The Journal of Religious Competition in Antiquity is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to exploring competitive interactions among religious and philosophical persons and groups in the ancient Mediterranean, including Greeks, Romans, Jews, Christians, and Muslims. We specifically aim to foster the development of new approaches and methodologies that highlight contours and nuances of religious competition between and among these communities and individuals. Special consideration is given to submissions that are interdisciplinary in approach and/or employ social-scientific theoretical frameworks. Our goal is to demonstrate competitive interactions among differing socio-religious discourses in antiquity and to explore the ways that these groups mutually influenced each other.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
- TEACHING ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN RELIGIONS: BEST PRACTICES
The Journal of Religious Competition in Antiquity invites scholars to submit ideas, reflections, and experiences of pedagogy related to ancient Mediterranean religions.
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