The publishing house Mohr Siebeck (Tübingen) has launched a new journal under the title Religion in the Roman Empire. The first issue of this new journal was published now. This journal is edited by Reinhard Feldmeier, Karen L. King, Rubina Raja, Annette Yoshiko Reed, Christoph Riedweg, Jörg Rüpke, Seth Schwartz, Christopher Smith and Markus Vinzent.
Mohr Siebeck grants all readers free access to this very first issue as a sample copy. You can download a PDF of the first issue under this [link].
This first issue contains the following essays:
Rubina Raja, Jörg Rüpke: Appropriating Religion: Methodological Issues in Testing the ‘Lived Ancient Religion’ Approach (pp. 11–19)
Lucinda Dirven: The Mithraeum as tableau vivant. A Preliminary Study of Ritual Performance and Emotional Involvement in Ancient Mystery Cults (pp. 20–50)
Marlis Arnhold: Male Worshippers and the Cult of Bona Dea (pp. 51–70)
Lara Weiss: The Consumption of Religion in Roman Karanis (pp. 71–94).
Jörg Rüpke: The ‘Connected Reader’ as a Window into Lived Ancient Religion: A Case Study of Ovid’s Libri fastorum (pp. 95–113)
John A. North: Roman Funeral Rituals and the Significance of the Naenia (pp. 114–133)
You can find more information about this new journal under this [link].