Specific to ReMeDHe’s Focus
This series explores the intersections and interactions of religion, medicine, and health in late antiquity. Our aim is to give attention to the diversity of healing traditions in the late antique Mediterranean, including healing in its complex religious landscape (Greco-Roman religions, early Christianity, and Rabbinic Judaism) and the religious features of professional medicine. We welcome novel theoretical and methodological approaches that engage late ancient ideas, discourses, practices, and material remains. We invite monographs and edited collections, as well as critical editions and translations of medical and religious primary sources. This series aims to advance scholarship on religion, medicine, and health in late antiquity, while providing resources to support health humanities pedagogy and reshape contemporary conversations around health, healthcare, and disability.
Editorial Board: Mira Balberg, Andrew Crislip, Heidi Marx, Georgia Petridou, Kristi Upson-Saia, Jonathan Zecher
For more information or to discuss a potential contribution to the series, please contact Jonathan Zecher (email@example.com).
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences
Social History of Medicine
Canadian Journal of Disability Studies
Journal of Early Christian Studies
Journal of Early Christian History
Studies in Late Antiquity
Journal of Late Antiquity