Studies in Education and Religion in Ancient and Pre-Modern History in the Mediterranean and Its Environs
Edited by Peter Gemeinhardt, Sebastian Günther, Ilinca Tanaseanu-Döbler, and Florian Wilk
The reciprocal relationship between education and religion in ancient and pre-modern times was either a fruitful or conflict-laden one. By taking a look at this tension, new perspectives on educational achievements and religious developments as well as related cultural, social and political constellations are opened up. The series Studies in Education and Religion in Ancient and Pre-Modern History in the Mediterranean and Its Environs documents research in this field in the disciplines of Old and New Testament Studies, Church History, Pedagogics of Religious, Classical Philology, Coptic Studies, Christian Oriental Studies, Classical Archaeology, Ancient and Medieval History, and Religious Studies as well as Arabic and Islamic Studies, but further encompasses related disciplines. Historical occurrences are examined against the horizon of topical issues in a bid to stir up and inspire thought on education and religion in the here and now.
Publication requests are to be sent to the series editors or to Mohr Siebeck.
ISSN: 2568-9584 / eISSN: 2568-9606 - Suggested citation: SERAPHIM