[Electronic Antiquity]

ELECTRONIC ANTIQUITY:
COMMUNICATING THE CLASSICS

Current Editor
Terry Papillon, Terry.Papillon@gmail.com

November 2008
Volume XII, Number 1

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Ancient Mysteries: Modern Secrets: a Special Themed Issue of Electronic Antiquity
Guest Editor: Sandra Blakely (Emory University)

Article:

Introduction:
Ancient Mysteries, Modern Secrets
Sandra Blakely PDF [728 KB]
Emory University
sblakel@emory.edu

Anthropology and the Fate of the Soul
James Redfield PDF [639 KB]
University of Chicago
jmredfie@uchicago.edu

Poetry and Mysteries: Euripides Bacchae and the Dionysiac Rites
Jens Holzhausen PDF [1.6 MB]
Free University of Berlin
jens.holzhausen@fen-net.de

Initiations and Mysteries in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses
Sarolta Takács PDF [532 KB]
Rutgers University
stakacs@rci.rutgers.edu

What did mysteries mean to ancient Greeks?
Nikolay P. Grintser PDF [844 KB]
Russian State Univ. for the Humanities, Moscow
grintser@mtu-net.ru

The Ritual Person as Subject or Object in Ancient Greece and Central Africa
Wyatt MacGaffey PDF [745 KB]
Haverford College
wmacgaff@haverford.edu

African and Classical Secrecy and Disclosure: the Kaguru of East Africa and the Ancient Greeks
Thomas O. Beidelman PDF [980 KB]
New York University

Geometry and Grammar of Mystery: Ancient Mystery Religions and West African Secret Societies
Bill Murphy PDF [850 KB]
Northwestern University
wmurphy@northwestern.edu

Going by the Trees: Death and Regeneration in Georgia’s Haunted Landscapes, with a response from Peter Bing
Mark Auslander PDF [846 KB]
Brandeis University
mausland@brandeis.edu

Response to Auslander
Peter Bing PDF [390 KB]
Emory University
pbing@emory.edu

Afterword:
Surveying the Mysteries: Epistemological Reflections on Multidisciplinary Inquiry
Mark Risjord PDF [405 KB]
Department of Philosophy, Emory University
mrisjor@emory.edu

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Please note that Electronic Antiquity has moved to PDF format starting with Vol. VIII, no. 1 (July 2004).


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