Ancient Divination and Experience
Edited by Lindsay G. Driediger-Murphy and Esther Eidinow
Lindsay G. Driediger-Murphy, Associate Professor in Latin and Roman Social/Religious History, University of Calgary,Esther Eidinow, Professor of Ancient History, University of Bristol
Lindsay G. Driediger-Murphy is Associate Professor in Latin and Roman Social/Religious History at the University of Calgary, Canada. Her research interests include Roman divination, ancient and modern conceptualizations of religion, interactions between religions in antiquity, and Greek and Latin historiography. She has published in such journals as Phoenix, ZPE, and GRBS, as well as authoring a monograph published by Oxford University Press, Roman Republican Augury: Freedom and Control.
Esther Eidinow is Professor of Ancient History at the University of Bristol, UK. Her research focuses on ancient Greek culture, especially religion and magic, and she is particularly interested in anthropological and cognitive approaches to these areas. She is the co-founder and co-editor in chief of the Journal of Cognitive Historiography. As well as numerous articles, her publications include Oracles, Curses, and Risk among the Ancient Greeks (OUP, 2007), Luck, Fate and Fortune: Antiquity and its Legacy (IB Tauris, 2010), and Envy, Poison, and Death: Women on Trial in Classical Athens (OUP, 2016).
Hugh Bowden is Professor of Ancient History at King's College London, UK.
Jason P. Davies is interim director of the Arena Fellowship scheme in the University College London Centre for Advancing Research-based Education, UK.
Quinton Deeley is Senior Lecturer in Social Behaviour and Neurodevelopment at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience (IOPPN), King's College London, UK.
Lindsay G. Driediger-Murphy is Associate Professor of Latin and Roman Social/Religious History at the University of Calgary, Canada.
Esther Eidinow is Professor of Ancient History at the University of Bristol, UK.
Michael A. Flower is David Magie '97 Class of 1897 Professor of Classics at Princeton University, USA.
Lisa Maurizio is an Associate Professor of Classical and Medieval Studies at Bates College, Maine, USA.
Scott B. Noegel is Professor of Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Languages and Literatures at the University of Washington, USA.
Lisa Raphals is Professor of Chinese and Comparative Literature at the University of California Riverside, USA.
Federico Santangelo is Senior Lecturer in Ancient History at Newcastle University, UK.
Andrew Stiles is a Teaching Fellow in Ancient History at University College London, UK.