Our Contributors

We are pleased to have some of the best scholars in their field contributing to AncientThought. Currently approaching one hundred academics have agreed to contribute to the project; with entries coming in from North America, Europe, South Africa, and Australia. To explore the range of contributors who have submitted entries so far, and to see some of their other work, please see the table below.

Augustin, Michael J., Mr

Michael J. Augustin is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His research interests lie primarily in Ancient Philosophy and span much of this period, including the early Greek atomists, Plato, the Epicureans, and the Pyrrhonean Sceptics.

Timeline Contributions:
- Epicureanism and the Health of the Soul

Barker, Don, Dr.

Dr Don Barker is a papyrologist in the Ancient History Dept at Macquarie University, secretary for the Society for the Study of Early Christianity at Macquarie University, and is on the executive of the Fellowship of Biblical Studies, Sydney. An author of numerous studies on papyrology and early Christianity, Dr Barker is currently helping to edit a book, entitled “Papyri From the Rise of Christianity in Egypt”, that will provide a systematic study of the papyrus evidence for early Christian history.

Timeline Contributions:

-Dating the Earliest New Testament Manuscripts

Beavis, Mary Ann, Professor

Mary Ann Beavis (PhD Cambridge) is a Professor at the University of Saskatchewan. She is the author/editor of several books; including The Lost Coin: Parables of Women, Work and Wisdom (2002), Jesus and Utopia: Looking for the Kingdom of God in the Roman Empire (2006), and is the author of over a dozen articles. Professor Beavis is also the founder and editor of the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture.

Timeline Contributions:
- Mary of Bethany

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Borysov, Eduard, Dr.

Originally from Ukraine, Eduard has completed two Masters degrees in Theology at the Evangelical Theological Faculty, Leuven (Th.M.), and at the University of Wales (M.A.). Prior to pursuing his Doctorate in Theology at the University of Aberdeen, he was an instructor at Kiev Theological Seminary, where he taught New Testament survey and systematic theology courses. His research interests include a theology of Paul and its historical reception, Patristic studies, theosis, ideas of personhood and participation.
Timeline Contributions:
- The New Perspective on Paul

Brouwer, René, Dr

René Brouwer teaches on law and philosophy at the University of Utrecht. He works on the theory and history of law and on topics in ancient philosophy, with a special focus on Stoicism, its origins and reception, and the tradition of natural law.

 Timeline Contributions:

- Zeno of Citium

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Bryan, Jenny, Dr.

Jenny Bryan read Classics at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. She remained in Cambridge for her graduate and postdoctoral work before moving to UCL as a lecturer in 2010. She works on Ancient Philosophy, with a focus on Presocratic and Platonic epistemology. Her first book, Likeness and Likelihood in the Presocratics and Plato (CUP, 2012) is a study of the philosophical development of the meaning of the Greek word eikos. Jenny has an interest in philosophical methodology and, in particular, in the interaction of form and content within ancient philosophical writing. At present, she is working on articles on several topics, including Xenophon’s Socratic writings and Parmenides’ physics, and collaborating in a project on the Platonic Epistles.

Timeline Contributions:
- Xenophanes
- Socrates

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Cobb, Stephanie, Professor

L. Stephanie Cobb is the George and Sallie Cutchin Camp Professor of Bible at the University of Richmond. Her current research interests focus on the interrelationship among paganism, Judaism and Christianity in the first and second centuries C.E. In particular, she works on martyrdom and persecution, gender and sex constructions in antiquity, and the function of texts in communities. In addition, her teaching interests include: magic and religion in antiquity, women in early Christianity, studies of the historical Jesus, the spread and growth of Christianity, and the battle between orthodoxy and heresy in early Christianity.

Timeline Contributions:
- Polycarp

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Jefford, Clayton, Professor

Jefford Clayton is a Professor at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. He is the author of many book on early Christianity; including The Apostolic Fathers: An Essential Guide (2005), The Apostolic Fathers and the New Testament (2006), Reading the Apostolic Fathers: A Student’s Introduction (2012), and a forthcoming introduction and commentary on the Epistle to Diognetus with Oxford University Press.

Timeline Contributions:
- The Epistle to Diognetus

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Cooper, Adam G., Dr.

Adam Cooper is Associate Dean of Research and a Permanent Fellow at the John Paul II Institute in Melbourne. He has published numerous scholarly and popular articles on theology and the Fathers, with a focus on the theology of the body. He holds a PhD from the University of Durham and an STD from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute, Rome. His books are The Body in Saint Maximus the Confessor: Holy Flesh, Wholly Deified (2005); Life in the Flesh: An Anti-Gnostic Spiritual Philosophy (2008); Naturally Human, Supernaturally God: Deification in Preconciliar Catholicism(2014); and Holy Eros: A Liturgical Theology of the Body (2014).

Timeline Contributions:
- Maximus the Confessor

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Crotty, Robert, Professor

Professor Robert Crotty is an Emeritus Professor at the University of South of South Australia. Professor Crotty maintains an academic interest in the history and culture of early Christianity, and in particular the interface between Judaism and Christianity in the first two centuries CE. He is the authors of several books; including: The Jesus Question: The Historical Search (HaperCollins), Introduction to the Gospels (HarperCollins), Beyond the Jesus Question (PostPressed), and Three Revolutions: Three Drastic Changes in Interpreting the Bible (ATF Ltd), and numerous articles; including: ”The Two Magdalene Reports on the Risen Jesus: Literary Analysis and Message of John 20″, Pacifica.

Timeline Contributions:
- Mary Magdalen

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Damiani, Vincenzo, Mr.

Vincenzo Damiani is a research assistant at the University of Würzburg. He studied Classics at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and the University of Tübingen. He is now working on a dissertation consisting in a systematic overview of the history, form, and function of philosophical compendia in Epicurus’ School and their relationship to similar forms of knowledge transmission in Antiquity such as excerpts, maxims and eisagogai. He is also preparing an edition of the unpublished Herculaneum papyrus 102

Timeline Entries:
- Herculaneum Papyri

de Harven, Vanessa, Dr

Vanessa de Harven completed her PhD at the University of California, Berkeley in 2012, and is an assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her dissertation, “The Coherence of Stoic Ontology”, focuses upon Stoic metaphysics, and about how the Stoics countenance immaterial entities within the bounds of their strong physicalist commitments. She also maintains an interest in the Stoic theory of meaning, in particular the Stoic theory of lekta; Socratic intellectualism and associated issues of agency and rationality; epistemology in Plato; Aristotle’s psychology; intentionality, ancient and contemporary.

Timeline Contributions:
- Chrysippus of Soli

Gill, Christopher, Professor

Christopher Gill is Emeritus Professor of Ancient Thought at the University of Exeter. He has authored numerous books on ancient philosophical thought; including Personality in Greek Epic, Tragedy, and Philosophy: The Self in Dialogue (1996), The Structured Self in Hellenistic and Roman Thought (2006), Naturalistic Psychology in Galen and Stoicism” (2010), and a translation and commentary on Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations 1-6.

Timeline Contributions:
- Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations.

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Gloyn, Liz. Dr.

Dr Liz Gloyn was awarded her Ph.D. by Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, in 2011 and is a lecturer in Classics at Royal Holloway University, London. Her research focuses on the intersections between Latin literature, ancient philosophy and gender studies. She is currently working on a book manuscript examining the ethics of the family in Seneca’s philosophy. Her most recent article, ‘She’s Only A Bird in a Gilded Cage: Freedwomen at Trimalchio’s Dinner Party’ (Classical Quarterly 62.1: 260-280), argues for a more complex understanding of Fortunata, Trimalchio’s wife, than previous interpretations, guided by the unreliable narrator Encolpius, have allowed.

Timeline Contributions:
- Seneca the Younger

Goodacre, Mark, Professor

Mark Goodacre is a New Testament scholar and Professor at Duke University’s Department of Religion. He has written extensively on the Synoptic Problem; that is, the origins of the gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, and the Gospel of Thomas. Goodacre earned his MA, M.Phil and DPhil at the University of Oxford and was Senior Lecturer at the Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham until 2005. He has also been a consultant for numerous television and radio shows related to the New Testament, such as the 2001 BBC series Son of God and the 2013 mini-series The Bible.

Timeline Contributions:
- Mary Magdalene (video)

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Goodrich, John, Dr.

John Goodrich received a B.A. from Moody Bible Institute, a M.Div and Th.M. from Talbot School of Theology, and his PhD from the University of Durham, UK. He is the author of Paul as an Administrator of God in 1 Corinthians. (Cambridge University Press, 2012.) as well as a series of articles; including: ’Standard of Faith’ or ‘Measure of a Trusteeship’? A Study in Romans 12:3.” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 74.4 (2012), 753-72; ”Voluntary Debt Remission and the Parable of the Unjust Steward (Luke 16:1–13).” Journal of Biblical Literature 131.3(2012), 547-66, and ”Erastus of Corinth (Romans 16.23): Responding to Recent Proposals on his Rank, Status, and Faith.” New Testament Studies 57.4 (2011), 583–93.

Timeline Contributions:

- Erastus

Gordon, Pamela, Professor

Pamela Gordon is Professor of Classics at the University of Kansas. She is the author of The Invention and Gendering of Epicurus (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012); “Epistolary Epicureans,” in Epistolary Narratives, edited by Owen Hodkinson and Patricia Rosenmeyer (Leiden: Brill, 2013), 133-151; “Epicurus and Epicureanism,” in The Encyclopedia of Ancient History, edited by Roger Bagnall et al. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013), 2437-2441; and the articles on Epicureanism in three forthcoming volumes: The Oxford Handbook to Roman Philosophy, The Oxford Handbook of Science and Medicine in the Ancient World, and The Oxford Handbook to the Second Sophistic.

Timeline Contributions:
- Diogenes of Oenoanda.

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Gowler, David B. Dr.

Dr. David B. Gowler is The Dr. Lovick Pierce and Bishop George F. Pierce Chair of Religion at Oxford College, Emory University, USA. He has published dozens of books, articles, book chapters, and book reviews. His authored works include: Host, Guest, Enemy and Friend: Portraits of the Pharisees in Luke and Acts (1991; 2008); What Are They Saying About the Parables? (2000; 2013); What Are They Saying About the Historical Jesus? (2007; 2009); and James Through the Centuries (2013). He also writes a blog about the reception history of the parables: A Chorus of Voices.

Timeline Contributions:

- Jesus’ Parables

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Gwynn, David, Dr

Dr Gwynn is Reader in Ancient and Late Antique History at the Royal Holloway University of London. The has authored or edited numerous books; including The Eusebians: The Polemic of Athanasius of Alexandria and the Construction of the “Arian Controversy” (OUP, 2007), Late Antique Archaeology 6: Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity (Brill, 2010), Athanasius of Alexandria: Bishop, Theologian, Ascetic, Father (OUP, 2012), The Roman Republic (OUP, Very Short Introductions Series, 2012), and Christianity in the Later Roman Empire: A Sourcebook (Bloomsbury, 2014).

Timeline Contributions:
- The Council of Chalcedon

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Hollingworth, Miles, Professor

Miles Hollingworth is a Professor at the Patristic Institute, the Augustinianum, in Rome, where he teaches St. Augustine of Hippo’s thought and spirituality. His latest book is Saint Augustine of Hippo: An Intellectual Biography (London, Bloomsbury, 2013) / (New York, Oxford University Press, 2013). For more information visit www.mileshollingworth.com

Timeline Contributions:
- St Augustine of Hippo

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Johnson, Brian E., Professor

Brian Johnson (PhD, University of Chicago), is an assistant professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, New York. He specializes in Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy with a particular interest in Aristotle’s as well as Stoic ethics. He also maintains an interest in Medieval Philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy, Applied Ethics (Business Ethics), and Literature. His most recent book is The Role Ethics of Epictetus: Stoicism in Ordinary Life.

Timeline Contributions:
- Stoic Ethics.

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Ioppolo, Anna Maria, Professor

Anna Maria Ioppolo is Emeritus Professor of History of Ancient Philosophy at Sapienza University of Rome. She has been a member of the editorial board of the magazine Elenchos since 1980 and the editor since 1999. She is author of monographs on Stoicism and the Academic tradition, of commentaries on Platonic dialogues and has published numerous articles in Italian and foreign Journals. Her publications include Aristone di Chio e lo stoicismo antico, Naples, 1980, Opinione e scienza. Il dibattito tra Stoici e Accademici nel terzo e secondo secolo B.C., Naples, 1986, La testimonianza di Sesto Empirico sull’Accademia scettica, Naples 2009.

Timeline Contributions:

-  Aristo of Chios


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Knotts, Matthew W., Dr.

Matthew W. Knotts has studied Philosophy, Theology, and Classics and holds degrees from St John’s University (New York), the University of St Andrews, and KU Leuven, respectively. He is currently a doctoral researcher of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO), completing his PhD at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, KU Leuven (Belgium), where he is a member of the Research Unit of History of Church and Theology, writing under the supervision of Prof. Mathijs Lamberigts, Prof. William Desmond (HIW), and Dr. Anthony Dupont.
Matthew’s research primarily concerns Augustine’s theory of divine illumination. His dissertation, entitled Truth and Tradition, is aimed at a recovery of Augustinian illumination in the language of contemporary philosophy, in particular that of Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics. The upshot is a theological, philosophical, and historical study of competing views of truth and rationality (premodern, modern, and postmodern) in critical dialogue with one another.

Timeline Contributions:
- Plotinus

Korstange, Ryan, Dr.

Ryan received a B.A. (Ancient Language) from Cornerstone University, an M.A. (Biblical Studies) from Trinity Western University, and M.Phil (Hebraic and Cognate Studies) from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, where he is currently completing his doctoral dissertation, researching early Christian and Jewish ideas about the origin of the human soul.

Timeline Contributions:
- The Dead Sea Scrolls
- Jewish Christianity

Lee, Reuben, Dr.

Reuben Y. T. Lee obtained his PhD in Divinity from the University of Aberdeen, his M.Phil from the University of Liverpool, and his BA from the University of Southampton. His research interests include early Judaism, early Christianity, and the history and archaeology of Palestine in the late Second Temple period. The title of his doctoral thesis is “Diaspora Judaeans and Proselytes in Early Roman Palestine: A Study of Ethnic, Social, and Cultural Boundaries.” He is the author of “Romanization in Palestine: A Study of Urban Development from Herod the Great to AD70” (Oxford: Archaeopress, 2003).

Timeline Entries:
-Judean Diaspora

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Long, Alex, Dr.

Alex Long teaches in the School of Classics in the University of St Andrews. He has worked on Plato and Stoicism and published articles on further areas of ancient philosophy, such as Cicero’s dialogues and Empedocles.  He is currently working on approaches to death and immortality in ancient philosophy.

Timeline Contributions:

- Posidonius

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MacGillivray, Erlend

Timeline Contributions:
- The Decentralisation of Ancient Philosophy
- Musonius Rufus

Mason, Steve, Professor

Steve Mason holds the Kirby Laing Chair of New Testament Exegesis at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Timeline Contributions:
-Josephus

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McOsker, Michael, Dr

Michael is a graduate student in Classics at the university of Michigan; his interests are in ancient philosophy, especially Epicureanism, and Greek poetry. To visit his homepage at the University of Michigan please see here.

Timeline Contributions:
- Philodemus

Moore, Kenneth, Dr.

Dr Kenneth Moore is a Senior Lecturer in History of Ideas at the University of Teeside. To visit his faculty page please click here.

Timeline Contributions:
- Persaeus of Citium

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Myshrall, Amy, Dr.

Amy Myshrall received her doctorate, entitled “Codex Sinaiticus, its Correctors, and the Caesarean text of the Gospels”, from the University of Birmingham, England in 2005.

Timeline Contributions:

- Dating of the Codex Sinaiticus

Neil, Bronwen, Dr

Bronwen Neil is Burke Senior Lecturer in Ecclesiastical Latin at Australian Catholic University. She specializes in Latin literature of Late Antiquity and Byzantine studies, and her recent publications include B. Neil, Leo the Great, P. Allen and B. Neil, Crisis Management in Late Antiquity, and B. Neil and P. Allen, Letters of Gelasius, Pastor and Micromanager of the Church of Rome (492-496). She is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow (2014-2018), an elected member of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, and a former von Humboldt Fellow.

Timeline Contributions:
- Leo the Great

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Patterson, Jonathan

Mr. Jonathan Patterson is a PhD student in Old Testament and Hebrew at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently working on his dissertation comparing the form of the covenant lawsuit in the writing prophets with Ancient Near Eastern treaty forms. In addition to his work in the writing prophets, Mr. Patterson has also devoted significant time to the study of early Church history, with a particular interest in Montanism and its relationship to early Christianity and other movements deemed heretical by the early Church. Mr. Patterson also serves as an adjunct instructor at NOBTS, teaching Hebrew and Old Testament. He and his wife, Leah, have three children–Jonathan, Jr., Samuel, and Reagan.

 

Payton, Jim, Professor

James R. Payton, Jr., is Professor of History at Redeemer University College (Ancaster, Ontario, Canada). He is author of Light from the Christian East: An Introduction to the Orthodox Tradition (2007); Getting the Reformation Wrong: Correcting Some Misunderstandings (2010); Irenaeus on the Christian Faith: A Condensation of “Against Heresies” (2011); and editor of A Patristic Treasury: Early Church Wisdom for Today (2013).

Timeline Contributions:
-Irenaeus

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Ramelli, Illaria, Professor

Ilaria Ramelli, M.A., M.A., Ph.D., Postdoc, has been Professor of Roman Near Eastern History, and Assistant in Ancient Philosophy (Catholic University, since 2003); she is also Senior visiting Professor of Greek Thought, of Church History, Senior Fellow (Durham), academic and scientific consultant, research director, and member of directive boards of scholarly journals and series. She has contributed many books, articles and reviews on ancient and late antique Philosophy, Theology, and Patristics in outstanding scholarly series and journals, and received prestigious academic prizes. She has given courses, seminars and invited lectures in many (including topmost) universities for 17 years, and has never interrupted an intense academic research over 21 years.

Timeline Contributions:
- Hierocles the Stoic

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Ross, Alan J., Dr.

Alan J. Ross received his BA in Classics from University College London, and his MSt & DPhil from the University of Oxford (Wolfson College). His interests lie primarily in late antique literature, particularly the historiography of Ammianus Marcellinus. He is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa.

Timeline Contributions:
- The Emperor Julian

Scully, Ellen R., Professor

Ellen Scully is Assistant Professor of Undergraduate Theology at Seton Hall University, New Jersey. She has had journal articles published in Pro Ecclesia, Augstinianum, Heythrop Journal, Vigiliae Christianae, and Augustinian Studies.

Timeline Contributions:
Hilary of Poiters

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Sellars, John, Dr.

Dr John Sellars is a research fellow in the Department of Philosophy at Kings College London, and a member of Common Room at Wolfson College Oxford. He has authored two books on Stoicism “Stoicism” Acumen 2006, and “The Art of Living: The Stoics on the Nature and Function of Philosophy” Bloomsbury 2009.

Timeline Contributions:

- Stoicism and Emotions

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Simpson, William

Timeline Contributions:
- The Apology of Aristides

Sinaites, Justin, Fr.

Father Justin Sinaites studied English literature and history at the University of Texas at Austin. He spent over twenty years at the Holy Transfiguration Monastery in Brookline before moving to St. Catherine’s Monastery in 1996. He is responsible for the monastery’s 3,300 manuscripts, 8,000 early printed books, and archive of material documenting the monastery’s long history.

Timeline Contributions:

- St. Catherine’s Monastery: An Ark In The Wilderness

Squires, Stuart, Dr.

Dr. Stuart Squires teaches at Brescia University and studied theology at The Catholic University of America (Ph.D.), The University of Chicago (M.A.), and DePaul University (B.A.). He has published several scholarly articles in Augustiniana, The Scottish Journal of Theology, Cistercian Studies Quarterly and has an article forthcoming with The Heythrop Journal.

Timeline Contributions:
- Pelagius

Stephens, William O., Professor

William Stephens is Professor and Professor of Classical and Near Eastern Studies at Creighton University, California. His interests include ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, Stoicism and popular culture, ethics, animals, and the environment, and is the author numerous books; including of Stoic Ethics: Epictetus and Happiness as Freedom, (Bloomsbury, 2007), and Marcus Aurelius: A Guide for the Perplexed, (Bloomsbury, 2012).

Timeline Contributions:
- Epictetus

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Strange, James Riley, Dr.

James Riley Strange is an Associate Professor of Religion at Samford University . He researches the archaeology of Palestine from Hellenistic to Byzantine periods, early Christianity, and post-biblical Judaisms, and is the Director of the Excavations at Shikhin in Israel. He received his B.A. (Classics) from Furman University, an M.Div. from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, an M.A. (Formative Christianity and Judaism) from the University of South Florida, and his Ph.D. (New Testament and Formative Christianity) from Emory University. Publications include The Emergence of the Christian Basilica in the Fourth Century(Global Publications, 2000), The Moral World of James (Peter Lang, 2010), and articles for journals, volumes of essays, and dictionaries and encyclopedias; including “John and the Geography of Palestine,” forthcoming in Archaeology and the Fourth Gospel, edited by Paul N. Anderson (forthcoming).

Timeline Contributions:
-Galilee in the Time of Jesus

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Thom, Johan, Professor

Thom studied ancient languages and philosophy at Stellenbosch University (SU) and wrote an MA thesis on the Greek poet Pindar at the University of Pretoria. He obtained his PhD in New Testament and Early Christian Literature at the University of Chicago in 1990 with a dissertation on the Pythagorean Golden Verses. He is currently Professor of Classics. His areas of specialisation include ancient philosophy, Greek literature and early Christianity, with a special focus on the interaction between the Greco-Roman world and the New Testament. He received Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowships in 1995, 2006 and 2010, a Visiting Membership at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton in 2001-2002 and a Senior Fellowship at the Topoi Excellence Cluster of the Humboldt University in Berlin during 2008. He is Executive Editor of the journal Novum Testamentum (Leiden), co-editor of the Society of Biblical Literature series Writings from the Greco-Roman World (Atlanta), and area editor for Greco-Roman Antiquity for the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (Berlin).

Timeline Contributions:
- Cleanthes

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Trozzo, Linsdsey

Timeline Contributions:
- The Women of Thessalonia

van Sijl, Claartje, Dr.

After obtaining her PhD in Philosophy from Utrecht University with a thesis on Stoic Philosophy and the Exegesis of Myth (http://igitur-archive.library.uu.nl/dissertations/2010-0813-200221/UUindex.html) Claartje van Sijl founded Van Sijl Counseling & Training, a coaching company for academics. For further information please kindly refer to http://www.vansijl.com.

Timeline Contributions:
- Dio Chrysostom
- Cornutus

Vázquez, Daniel, Dr

Dr Vázquez is a research fellow in ancient philosophy at the University of Sao Paulo. Previously, he was at Oxford, first as a Lecturer attached to Oriel College, and later as a postdoctoral researcher. He did his PhD in Philosophy at King’s College London, his MPhil at UNAM and his BA at Universidad Panamericana. Dr Vázquez’s research interests lie principally in ancient philosophy, epistemology, ethics and political philosophy. He is especially interested in Plato, Aristotle, Sextus Empiricus and the Stoics. Some of the topics he has worked on these authors are philosophy of language, argumentation, ethics, scepticism, causality, responsibility, theology, and cosmology.

Timeline Contributions:
- Stoic Cosmology

Watt, John, Dr.

Dr John Watt is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion, at Cardiff University. For more information please see http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/share/contactsandpeople/visitorshonorary/watt-john-dr-overview_new.html

Timeline Contributions:
- Ephrem Syrus

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