Ekstasis: Religious Experience from Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Ed. by Levison, John R.
Aims and Scope
This series will publish monographs and collected essays on topics concerning religious experience in antiquity. Volumes in this series will address a diverse array of religious experiences and movements, and particular expressions of religious experience, such as ecstatic trances, magic, healing, prophecy, divination, and dreams, as well as other phenomena that contribute to the scholarly exploration of religious experience. Methods will range widely, encompassing contemporary sociological, anthropological, and psychological approaches to religious experience, as well as historical analysis of textual, archaeological, and artistic evidence.
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- Vol. 6: Manipulating Theophany (2016)
- Vol. 5: The Holy Spirit, Inspiration, and the Cultures of Antiquity (2014) Ed. by Frey, Jörg / Levison, John
- Vol. 4: Second Temple Pseudepigraphy (2013)
- Vol. 3: Reading with an "I" to the Heavens (2012)
- Vol. 2: With Letters of Light (2010) Ed. by Arbel, Daphna V. / Orlov, Andrei A.
- Vol. 1: Metamorphoses (2009) Ed. by Seim, Turid Karlsen / Økland, Jorunn