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Струмса Гай

Имя кратко: Струмса Г.
Имя на родном языке: Stroumsa Guy
Имя на английском языке: Stroumsa G.
Тип персоны: Зарубежные исследователи
Профессиональные интересы: Христианство, Религиоведение, Новый Завет, Ветхий Завет, Ислам, Библеистика, Иудаизм
Краткая биографическая справка:

Родился в 1948 г. Профессор Исследований авраамических религий факультета Восточных исследований Оксфордского университета.

После обучения на факультете юридических и экономических наук в Париже и Еврейском университете в Иерусалиме Струмса защитил магистерскую диссертацию по сравнительному религиоведению в Гарвардском университете, где он также получил степень PhD в 1978. В этом же году Струмса стал лектором и впоследствии профессором в Еврейском университете Иерусалима.

С 1999 по 2005 г. Струмса был директором Центра исследования христианства в Еврейском университете.

С 2009 г. Струмса занял должность профессора Исследования авраамических религий Оксфордского университета.

В 2004 г. Струмса стал доктором honoris causa Университета Цюриха. В 2008 г. он получил премию Александра фон Гумбольдта.

В 2008 г. Струмса был избран членом Академии наук Израиля.

Научные интересы: история религий на Ближнем востоке и в Средиземноморье в период поздней античности; теоретические, эпистемологические и исторические проблемы в исследовании истории религий как дисциплины.

 


Библиография работ автора:

Монографии

1. Another Seed: Studies in Gnostic Mythology (Nag Hammadi Studies 24; Leiden : Brill, 1984)

2. Savoir et salut: traditions juives et tentations dualistes dans le christianisme ancien (Paris: Le Cerf, 1992)

3. Hidden Wisdom: Esoteric Traditions and the Roots of Christian Mysticism (Studies in the History of Religions 70; Leiden: Brill, 1996) [revised and augmented paperback edition, 2005]
= La sapienza nascosta: Tradizioni esoteriche e radici del misticismo cristiano (Rome: Arkeios, 2000)
Turkish translation forthcoming (Istanbul: Shamballa Books)

4. Barbarian Philosophy: The Religious Revolution of Early Christianity (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999)

5. With Jacques Le Brun, Les juifs présentés aux chrétiens: textes de Léon de Modène et de Richard Simon, introduits et commentés (Paris: Belles Lettres, 1998)

6. La formazione dell'identita cristiana (Brescia: Morcelliana, 1999)

7. Kanon und Kultur: Zwei Studien zur Hermeneutik des antiken Christentums (Berlin, New York: de Gruyter, 1999)

8. La fin du sacrifice : Mutations religieuses de l'antiquité tardive (Collège de France; Paris: Odile Jacob, 2005)
= La fine del sacrificio: Le mutazioni religiose della tarda antichita (Turin: Einaudi, 2006)
= The End of Sacrifice: Religious Transformations of Late Antiquity (Chicago: Chicago University Press, forthcoming)

9. Le rire du Christ et autres essais sur le christianisme antique (Paris: Bayard, 2006)

10. A New Science: The Discovery of Religion in the Age of Reason (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, forthcoming).

11. Stroumsa on Religions of Late Antiquity: Collected Works (Contemporary Thinkers on Religion; Aldershot: Ashgate, forthcoming)

 

Редактирование монографий

1. With Sh. Shaked and D. Shulman: Gilgul: Transformations, Revolutions and Permanence in the History of Religions, in Honor of R. J. Z. Werblowsky (Suppl. to Numen 50; Leiden: Brill, 1987)

2. With Sh. Shaked and I. Gruenwald: Messiah and Christos: Studies in the Jewish Origins of Christianity, presented to David Flusser at the Occasion of his Seventy Fifth Birthday (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1992)

3. With O. Limor: Contra Judaeos : Ancient and Medieval Polemics Between Christians and Jews (Texts and Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Judaism: Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck; 1995)

4. With H. G. Kippenberg: Secrecy and Concealment: Studies in the History of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Religions (Studies in the History of Religions 65; Leiden: Brill, 1995)

5. Shlomo Pines, Studies in the History of Religion (The Collected Works of Shlomo Piines, volume IV; Jerusalem: Magnes, 1996), edited by Guy G. Stroumsa

6. With G. Stanton: Tolerance and Intolerance in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 1998; Paperback edition, Cambridge, 2008)

7. With A. Kofsky: Sharing the Sacred: Religious Contacts and Conflicts in the Holy Land, !st.-15th Cent. (Jerusalem: Ben Zvi; 1998)

8. With A. Baumgarten and J. Assmann, Soul, Self, Body in Religious Experience (Studies in the History of Religions; Leiden: Brill, 1998)

9. With D. Shulman: Dream Cultures: Explorations in the Comparative History of Dreaming (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999)

10. With J. Assmann, Transforming the Inner Self in Ancient Religions (Leiden: Brill, 1999)

11. With D. Shulman, Self and Self Transformation in the History of Religions (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001; Paperback edition, Oxford, 2002)

12. With Jan Assmann, Archiv für Religionsgeschichte 3 (2002), "Das 17. Jahrhundert und die Ursprünge der Religionsgeschichte" (Munich, Leipzig: Saur)

13. With M. Finkelberg, Homer, the Bible, and Beyond: Literary and Religious Canons in the Ancient World (Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture, 2; Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2003)

14. With O. Limor, Christians and Christianity in the Holy Land: From the Origins to the Latin Kingdoms (Turnhout: Brepols, 2006)

15. Gershom Scholem and Morton Smith: Correspondence, 1945-1982 (Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture; Leiden: Brill, 2008)

 

Статьи:

1. "Which Jerusalem?," Cathedra 11 (1979), 119-124 (in Hebrew) PDF

2. F. F. Church and G. G. Stroumsa, "Mani's Disciple Thomas and the Psalms of Thomas",Vigiliae Christianae 34 (1980), 47-55. PDF

3. "Chaldaean Oracles", Numen 27 (1980), 162-172 (Review article). PDF

4. "The Gnostic Temptation", Numen 27 (1980), 278-286 (Review article). PDF

5. "Le couple de l'Ange et de l'Esprit; traditions juives et chrétiennes", Revue Biblique 88 (1981), 42-61. PDF

6. "Aher: a Gnostic", in B. Layton, ed., The Rediscovery of Gnosticism, II (Suppl. to Numen, 41; Leiden: Brill, 1981), 228-238. PDF

7. "Ascèse et Gnose: aux origines de la spiritualité monastique", Revue Thomiste 81 (1981), 557-576. PDF

8. "Polymorphie divine et transformations d'un mythologème: l'Apocryphon de Jean et ses sources", Vigiliae Christianae 35 (1981), 412-434. PDF

9. "Aspects de l'eschatologie manichéenne", Revue de l'Histoire des Religions 198 (1981), 163-181. PDF

10. "The Hidden Closeness: on the Church Fathers and Judaism", Mehkarei Yerushalaim be-Mahshevet Ysrael 2 (1982), 170- 175] (in Hebrew; Review article). PDF

11. "Origen on God's Incorporeality: Context and Implications", Religion 13 (1983), 345-358. PDF

12. "Form(s) of God: Some Notes on Metatron and Christ", Harvard Theological Review 76 (1983), 269-288. PDF

13. "Monachisme et marranisme chez les manichéens d'Egypte", Numen 29 (1983), 184-201. PDF

14. "König und Schwein: zur Struktur des manichäischen Dualismus", in J. Taubes, ed., Gnosis und Politik (Paderborn: Fink-Schoningh, 1984), 141-153. PDF

15. "Gnostics and Manichaeans in Byzantine Palestine", in M. Livingstone, ed., Studia Patristica 10 (Kalamazoo: Cistercian Press, 1985), 273-278. PDF

16. "Gnosis und die christliche 'Entzauberung der Welt'", in W. Schluchter, ed., Max Webers Sicht des antiken Christentums: Interpretation und Kritik (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1985), 486-508. PDF

17. "Seal of the Prophets: the Nature of a Manichaean Metaphor," Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 7 (1986), 61-74. PDF

18. "Esotericism in Mani's Thought and Background", in L. Cirillo, ed., Codex Manichaicus Coloniensis (Cosenza: Marra, 1986), 153-168. PDF

19. "The Manichaean Challenge to Egyptian Christianity", in B. Pearson and J. Goehring, eds, The Roots of Egyptian Christianity (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1986), 307-319. PDF

20. "Old Wines and New Bottles: on Patristic Soteriology and Rabbinic Judaism", in S.N. Eisenstadt, ed., The Origins and Diversity of Axial Age Civilizations (Albany: SUNY Press, 1986), 252-260 [= "Alter Wein und neue Schlauche: Über patristische Soteriologie und rabbinisches Judentum", in S. N. Eisenstadt, Hrg., Kulturen der Achsenzeit: Ihre Ursprünge und Ihre Vielfalt (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1987), vol II, 38-51.] PDF

21. "Myth into Metaphor: the Case of Prometheus", in Sh. Shaked, D. Shulman and G. G. Stroumsa, eds., Gilgul:Transformation, Revolution and Permanence in the History of Religions, in Honour of R. J. Zwi Werblowsky (Suppl. to Numen; 50; Leiden: Brill, 1987), 309-323. PDF

22. "The Words and the Works: Religious Knowledge and Salvation in Augustine and Faustus of Milevis" in S. N. Eisenstadt and I. F. Silver, eds., Cultural Traditions and Worlds of Knowledge: Explorations in the Sociology of Knowledge (Knowledge and Society, 7; Greenwich, Conn. and London; JAI Press, 1988), 73-84. PDF

23. S. Stroumsa and G. G. Stroumsa, "Anti-Manichaean Polemics in Late Antiquity and under Early Islam", Harvard Theological Review 81 (1988), 37-58. PDF

24. "Mythos und Erinnerung: Jüdische Dimensionen der gnostischen Revolte gegen die Zeit", Judaica 44 (1988), 15-30. PDF

25. "Vetus Israel: les juifs dans la littérature hiérosolymitaine d'époque byzantine", Revue de l'Histoire des Religions 205 (1988), 115-131. PDF

26. "Religious Contacts in Byzantine Palestine", Numen 36 (1989), 16-41. PDF

27. "Caro salutis cardo: Shaping the Person in Early Christian Thought", History of Religions 30 (1990), 25-50. PDF

28. "Paradosis: Traditions ésotériques dans le christianisme des premiers siècles", in La fable apocryphe, II = Apocrypha 2 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1991), 133-153. PDF

29. "Titus of Bostra and Alexander of Lycopolis: a Patristic and a Platonist Refutation of Manichaean Dualism", in R. T. Wallis, ed., and J. Bregman, ass. ed. Neoplatonism and Gnosticism (Studies in Neoplatonism, Ancient and Modern, 6; Albany: S.U.N.Y. Press, 1991), 339-351. PDF

30. "Moses' Riddles: Esoteric Trends in Patristic Hermeneutics", in Sh. Biedermann and B. A. Scharfstein, eds., Interpretation in Religion (Philosophy and Religion, 2; Leiden: Brill, 1992), 229-248. PDF

31. "The Early Christian Fish-Symbol Reconsidered", in I. Gruenewald, Sh. Shaked and G. G. Stroumsa, eds., Messiah and Christos: Studies in the Jewish Origins of Christianity, in Honour of David Flusser ( Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1992), 199-205. PDF

32. "Herméneutique biblique et identité: l'exemple d' Isaac", Revue Biblique 99 (1992), 529-543. PDF

33. "Gnosis and Judaism in Nineteenth Century Christian Thought", Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, 2 (1992), 45- 62. [Also in Ch. Schulte, E. Goodman-Thau, G. Mattenklott, eds., Kabbalah und Romantik (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1994), 43-57.] PDF

34. "Anti-Cathar Polemics and the Liber de duobus principiis ", in B. Lewis and F. Niewöhner, eds., Religionsgespräche im Mittelalter (Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien, 4; Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1992), 169-183. PDF

35. "Interiorization and Intolerance in Early Christianity", in J. Assmann, ed., Die Erfindung des inneren Menschen (Studien zum Verstehen fremder Religionen, 6; Guttersloh: Mohn, 1993), 168-182. PDF

36. "Le radicalisme religieux du christianisme ancien", in A. Le Boulluec and E. Patlagean, eds., Retours aux Ecritures (Bibliothèque de l' Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes; Louvain: Peeters,1993), 347-374. Slightly revised English version, "Early Christianity as Radical Religion: Context and Implications" in Israel Oriental Studies 14 (1994), 173-193. PDF

37. "Religious Transformations and Societal Changes", in Ü. Kirdar and L. Silk, eds., A World Fit for People (New York, London, New York Univ. Press, 1994), 253-263. PDF

38. "A Zoroastrian Origin to the Sefirot ?" in Sh. Shaked and A. Netzer, eds., Irano-Judaica 3 (Jerusalem: Ben Zvi, 1994), 17-33. PDF

39. "Gnostic Secret Myths", in Ch. Elsas et al., eds., Tradition und Translation: Festschrift Carsten Colpe (Berlin, New York: de Gruyter, 1994), 26-41. PDF

40. "Mystical Descents", in J. J. Collins and M. Fishbane, eds., Death, Ecstacy and Otherw Worldly Journeys (Albany, N.Y.: SUNY Press, 1995), 139-154. PDF

41. "Clement, Origen, and Jewish Esoteric Traditions", in G. Dorival, ed., Origeniana Sexta, (Leuven: Peeters, 1995), 61-80. [Also in A. and J. Assmann, eds., Schleier und Schwelle, II: Geheimnis und Offenbarung (Archäologie der literarischen Kommunikation, II; Paderborn: Fink Verlag, 1998), 123-142.] PDF

42. "The Body of Truth and its Measures: New Testament Canonization in Context", in H. Preissler and H. Seiwert, eds., Festschrift Kurt Rudolph, (Marburg: Diagonal, 1995), 307-316.
[This article was plagiarized, and appeared in Spanish translation as "La canonización del Nuevo Testamento y la Mishná judía," in Revista Bíblica 62 (2000), 87-100, under the name of Adrian Herbst] PDF

43. "From Esotericism to Mysticism in Early Christianity", in H. Kippenberg and G. G. Stroumsa, eds., Secrecy and Concealment: Studies in the History of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Religions (Numen Book Series 65; Leiden: Brill, 1995), 289-309. PDF

44. "From Anti-Judaism to Antisemitism in Early Christianity?," in O. Limor and G. Stroumsa, eds., Contra Judaeos Ancient and Medieval Polemics between Christians and Jews (Texts and Studies in Mediaval and Early Modern Judaism; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1995), 1-26. PDF

45. "Myth as Enigma: Cultural Hermeneutics in Late Antiquity", in G. Hasan-Rokem and D. Shulman, eds., Untying the Knots: On Riddles and and Other Enigmatic Modes (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), 271-283. PDF

46. "Philosophy of the Barbarians: On Early Christian Ethnological Representations", in H. Cancik, H. Lichtenberger and P. Schäfer, eds., Geschichte-Tradition-Reflexion: Festschrift Martin Hengel (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1996), vol. II, 339-368. PDF

47. "Hebrew Humanism Revisited: Jewish Studies and Humanistic Education in Israel", in Jewish Studies Quarterly, 3 (1996), 123-135. PDF

48. "Jewish Myth and Ritual and the Beginnings of Comparative Religion: The Case of Richard Simon", in Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy 6 (1997), 19-35. PDF

49. "Milk and Meat: Augustine and the End of Ancient Esotericism", in A. and J. Assmann, eds., Schleier und Schwelle, I: Geheimnis und Offentlichkeit (Archäologie der literarischen Kommunikation V.1; Paderborn: Fink Verlag,1997), 251-262. PDF

50. "Comparatisme et philologie: Richard Simon et les origines de l'orientalisme," in F. Boespflug et F. Dunand, eds., Le comparatisme dans l'histoire des religions (Paris: Cerf, 1997), 47-62. PDF

51. "Gnostische Gerechtigkeit und Antinomismus: Epiphanes' Über die Gerechtigkeit", in A. Assmann, B. Janowski and M. Welker, eds., Gerechtigkeit : Richten und Retten in der abendländischen Tradition und ihren altorientaischen Ursprungen (Paderborn: W. Fink, 1998), 149-161. PDF

52. "Tertullian on Idolatry and the Limits of Tolerance", in G. Stanton and G. Stroumsa, eds., Tolerance and Intolearance in Early Judaism and Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), 172-184. PDF

53. "Mystical Jerusalems," in L.I. Levine, ed., Jerusalem: its Sanctity and Centrality in Judaism, Christianity and Islam (New York, Jerusalem: Continuum and Magnes, 1998), 349-370. PDF

54. "Jewish and Gnostic Traditions among the Audians", in A. Kofsky and G. Stroumsa, eds., Sharing the Sacred: Religious Contacts and Conflicts in the Holy Land, 1st-15th Cent. (Jerusalem, Ben Zvi, 1998), 97-108. PDF

55. With P. Fredriksen, "The Two Souls and the Divided Will", in A. Baumgarten, J. Assmann, G. G. Stroumsa, eds., Soul, Self, Body in Religious Experience, (Studies in the History of Religions; Leiden: Brill, 1998), 198-217. PDF

56. "Celsus, Origen, and the Nature of Religion," in L. Perrone, ed., Discorsi di verita: paganesimo, giudaism e cristianesimo a confronto nel "Contro Celso" di Origene (Studia Ephemeridis Augustinianum; Rome: Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum, 1998), 81-94. PDF

57. "Buber as an Historian of Religion: Presence, not Gnosis ", in Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 101 (1998), 1-17. [Also in P. Mendes-Flohr, ed., Martin Buber: A Contemporary Perspective (Syracuse, Jerusalem: Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2002), 25-47.] PDF

58. "The Christian Hermeneutical Revolution and its Double Helix," in P. W. van der Horst et al., eds., The Use of Sacred Books in the Ancient World (Leuven: Peeters, 1998), 9-28. PDF

59. "Georges Dumézil, Ancient German Myths, and Modern Demons," Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft 6 (1998), 125-136. PDF

60. "Dreams and Visions in Early Christian Discourse," in D. Shulman and G. G. Stroumsa, eds., Dream Cultures: Towards a Comparative History of Dreaming (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 129-212. PDF

61. "Du repentir à la pénitence: l'exemple de Tertullien," in A. Charles-Saget, ed., Retour, repentir et constitution de soi (Paris: Vrin, 1998), 74-94. Slightly revised English version: "From Repentance to Penance in Early Christianity: Tertullian's De paenitentia in Context," in J. Assmann and G. Stroumsa, eds., Transformations of the Inner Self in Ancient Religions (Leiden: Brill, 1999), 167-178. PDF

62. "Purification and its Discontents: Mani's Rejection of Baptism," in J. Assmann and G. G. Stroumsa, eds., Transforming the Inner Self in Ancient Religions (Leiden: Brill, 1999), 405-420.

63. "From Cyril to Sophronius: Jerusalem Literature from the Byzantine Period", in M. Stern, S. Safrai, Y. Tsafrir, eds., Sefer Yerushalaim (Jerusalem: Ben Zvi, 1999), 419-440 [in Hebrew]. PDF

64. "The Birth of Manichaean Studies: Isaac de Beausobre Revisited," in R. E. Emmerick, W. Sundermann, and P. Zieme, eds., Studia Manichaica (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2000), 601-612. PDF

65. "Homeros Hebraios: Homère et la Bible aux origines de la culture européenne (17e-18e. siècles)," in M. A. Amir-Moezzi and J. Scheid, eds., L'Orient dans l'histoire religieuse de l'Europe (Turnhout: Brepols, 2000), 87-100. PDF

66. "John Spencer and the Roots of Idolatry," History of Religions 40 (2001), 1-23. PDF

67. "Richard Simon: From Philology to Comparativism," in Archiv für Religionsgeschichte 3 (2001), 89-107. PDF

68. "Madness and Divinization in Early Christian Monasticism", in D. Shulman and G. Stroumsa, eds., Self and Self transformations in the History of Religions (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), 73-88. PDF

69. "Thomas Hyde and the Birth of Zoroastrian Studies," in Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam (JSAI) 26 (2002), 216-230. PDF

70. "Enlightenment Perceptions of Roman Religion," in J. Rüpke et al., eds., Epitome tes oikoumenes: Studien zur römischen Religion in Antike und Neuzeit (Potsdam: Steiner, 2002), 193-202. PDF

71. "Du maître de sagesse au maître spirituel," in G. Filoramo, ed., Maestro e discepolo: Temi e problemi della direzione spirituale traVI secolo a.C. e VII secolo d.C. (Brescia: Morcelliana, 2002), 13-24.
[=" From Master of Wisdom to Spiritual Master," in D. Brakke, M. L. Satlow, S. Weitzman, eds., Religion and the Self in Antiquity (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2005), 183-196)]. PDF

72. "Early Christianity: a Religion of the Book?," in M. Finkelberg and G. Stroumsa, eds., Homer, The Bible and Beyond: Literary and Religious Canons in the Ancient World (Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture, 2; Leiden: Brill, 2003), 153-173.
[=”El Cristianismo en sus Orígenes: una Religión del Libro?”, ‘Illu, Revista de Ciencias de las Religiones, 7 (2002), 121-139.] PDF

73. "Antiquitates Judaicae: Some Precursors of the Modern Study of Israelite Religion,", in H. Lapin and D. Martin, eds., Jews, Antiquity, and the Nineteenth Century Imagination (Bethesda: University Press of Maryland, 2003), 17-32. PDF

74. "Alexandria and the Myth of Multiculturalism," in L. Perrone, ed., Origeniana Octava: Origen and the Alexandrian Tradition / Origene e la tradizione alesandrina (Leuven: Peeters, 2003), I, 23-29. PDF

75. "Comments on Charles Hedrick’s Article: a Testimony," Journal of Early Christian Studies, 11 (2003), 147-153. PDF

76. "A Nameless God: Judaeo-Christian and Gnostic Theologies of the Name," in P. J. Tomson and D. Lambers-Petry, eds., The Image of the Judaeo-Christians in Ancient Jewish and Christian Literature (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2003), 230-243. PDF

77. "Cultural Memory in Early Christianity: Clement of Alexandria and the History of Religions," in S. N. Eisenstadt, J.P. Arnason and B. Wittrock, eds., Axial Civilizations and World History (Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture 4; Leiden, Boston, Koeln, 2004), 293-315. PDF

78. "Christ’s Laughter: Docetic Origins Reconsidered," in Journal of Early Christian Studies, 12 (2004), 267-288. PDF

79. "Moses the Lawgiver and the Idea of Civil Religion in Patristic Thought," in G. Filoramo, ed., Teologie politiche: modelli a confronto (Brescia: Morcelliana, 2005), 135-148. PDF

80. "In illo loco: Paradise Lost in Early Christian Mythology," in Sh. Shaked, ed., Genesis and Regeneration: Essays on Conceptions of Origins (Jerusalem: Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2005), 110-126. PDF

81. "Noah's Sons and the Religious Conquest of the Earth: Samuel Bochart and his Followers," in M. Mulsow and J. Assmann, eds., Sintflut und Gedächtnis (Munich: Fink, 2006), 307-318.

82. "Myth into Novel: the Late Freud on Early Religion," in R. Ginzburg and I. Pardes, eds., New Perspectives on Freud's “Moses and Monotheism”, (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2006), 203-216.

83. "Arnaldo Momigliano and the History of Religions," in P. Miller, ed., Arnaldo Momigliano and the Antiquarian Foundations of Modern Cultural History (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2007), 286-311.

84. "To See or not to See: on the Early History of the visio beatifica," in P. Schaefer, ed., Wege mystischer Gotteserfahrung/ Mystical Approaches to God (Schriften des Historischen Kollegs Kolloquien 65; Oldenburg: Historisches Kolleg München, 2006), 67-80.

85. "Religious Dynamics between Christians and Jews in Late Antiquity," A. M. Casiday and F. Norris, eds., Cambridge History of Christianity, 300-600 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 151-172.

86. with Ronnie Goldstein, “The Greeek and Jewish Origins of Docetism: a New Proposal,” in Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum/ Journal of Ancient Christianity 10 (2007), 423-441.

87. “False Prophet, False Messiah and the Religious Scene in Seventh-Century Jerusalem,“ in J. Carlton Paget and M. Bockmuehl, eds., Redemption and Resistance: The Messianic Hopes of Jews and Christians in Antiquity (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 2007), 278-289.

88. "The End of Sacrifice: Religious Mutations of Late Antiquity," in M. Misset-van der Weg, ed., Empsuchoi Logoi: Festschrift Pieter van der Horst (Leiden: Brill, 2008), 29-46.

89. "The Scriptural Movement of Late Antiquity and Christian Monasticism," JECS 16 (2008), 61-76.

90. “Communautés religieuses, communautés de savoir,” in Christian Jacob, ed., Lieux de savoir, vol. 1, Espaces et communautés (Paris : Albin Michel, 2007), 271-278.

91. "Barbares ou hérétiques? Juifs et arabes dans la conscience byzantine (IVe- VIIIe s.), in Revue Internationale de Philosophie (forthcoming)

92. "Jewish Survival in Late Antique Alexandria," in CEU Medieval Studies Annual (Budapest, forthcoming)

93. “Christian Memories and Visions of Jerusalem in Jewish and Islamic Context,” in O. Grabar and B. Z. Kedar, eds., Where Heaven and Earth Meet: Jerusalem's Holy Esplanade (Jerusalem: Ben Zvi Institute, forthcoming)

94. “The Afterlife of Orphism: Jewish, Gnostic and Christian Perspectives,” to appear in a volume edited by Fritz Graf.

95. “Ex Oriente Numen: From Orientalism to Oriental Religions,” to appear in a volume of essays on Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism, ed. by Corinne Bonnet et al. (Rome, forthcoming).

96. “Les martyrs chrétiens et l’inversion des émotions,” in a collection of essays edited by Philippe Borgeaud (Geneva, forthcoming).

97. “La religion impensable et la naissance de l’histoire des religions,” in Mélanges Jacques Le Brun (Le genre humain, forthcoming).

98. "Eastern Wisdoms in Late Antiquity," in Annual of Medieval Studies at Central European University 14 (2008), 31-40, Reka Forai, ed. To appear also in Istvan Perczel, ed., Hellenism: Alien or Germane Wisdom? (Proceedings of a Conference at the Center for Hellenic Studies, Central European University, Budapest, November 2007)

99. "Sacrifice and Martyrdom in the Roman Empire," in Il Sacrifico, (Studi filosofici Enrico Castelli; Il sacrifico (Rome, forthcoming).

100. "Athens or Jerusalem: From Eschatological Hopes to Cultural Memory," in J. Dijkstra, J. Kroesen, and Y. Kuiper, eds., Festschrift for Jan N. Bremmer (Leiden: Brill, forthcoming).

101. "Augustine and the Book," in M. Vessey, ed., The Routledge Companion to Augustine (London: Routledge, forthcoming).

102. "History of Religions: Old Problems, New Challenges," in Historia Religionum 1 (2009), forthcoming.

103. "The History of Religions as a Subversive Discipline: Comparing Judaism, Christianity and Islam," in Volkhard Krech, ed., XXX, forthcoming.


Энциклопедические статьи:

"Gnosis", Encyclopedia Hebraica Suppl. vol. (1984), 357-358 [in Hebrew]

"Gnosis", in A. Cohen and P. Mendes-Flohr, eds., A Handbook of Jewish Religious Thought (New-York: Charles Scribners, 1987), 285-290.

"Antinomianism", "God," in G.W. Bowersock, P. Brown, and O. Grabar, eds., A Guide to Late Antiquity (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2000), 303, 472-473.

"Dualismus" [Religionsgeschichtlich], in Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart II, 1004-1005 (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1999).

"Manichaeism", in S. I. Johnson, ed., Religions of the Ancient World: A Guide (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2004), 647-649.

Контактная информация: guy.stroumsa@theology.ox.ac.uk

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