—:    und Thomas Ryba, Hg. 2019. Explanation and Interpretation: Theorizing About Religion and Myth. Contributions in Honor of Robert A. Segal. Leiden and Boston, MA: Brill (forthcoming).

—:    und Robert A. Segal, Hg. 2018. The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Study of Religion, Malden, MA & Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, Second Edition (forthcoming).

—:    2018. Hg. Theorizing ‘Religion’ in Antiquity, Sheffield, UK: Equinox (forthcoming).

—:    2011. Αναζητώντας τους Θεούς: Θρησκεία, Μύθος, Ουτοπία στον Εύημερο τον Μεσσήνιο [Seeking the Gods: Religion, Myth, and Utopia in Euhemerus of Messene], Thessaloniki: Vanias Publications.

Beiträge in Fachzeitschriften und Sammelbänden

—:    2019. "Before 'Religio'? Etymological and Semantic Time-Travelling but only within 'Our' Comfort Zone." In Gerhard van den Heever, Hg. Before Religio, Sheffield, UK: Equinox (forthcoming).

—:    2018. "Whither Shall We Go? Tertullian and Christian Identity Formation." In: Nickolas P. Roubekas, Hg. Theorizing 'Religion' in Antiquity, Sheffield, UK: Equinox (forthcoming).

—:    2018. "Theorizing About (Which?) Origins: Herodotus on the Gods." In: Nickolas Roubekas, Hg. Theorizing 'Religion' in Antiquity, Sheffield, UK: Equinox (forthcoming).

—:    2018. "Review Article: What Can We Learn from the Ancients on Atheism?" Journal of Cognitive Historiography (forthcoming).

—:    2017. "'Behold! This is my Field!' The Insularity of the Study of Ancient Religions." Bulletin for the Study of Religion (forthcoming).

—:    2017. "Introduction: The Persistence of Comparison." In: Method & Theory in the Study of Religion (DOI: 10.1163/15700682-12341413).

—:    2017. "How Did Religion Start?" In: Aaron Hughes und Russell T. McCutcheon, Hg. Religion in 5 Minutes, Sheffield, UK and Bristol, CT: Equinox, 43–46.

—:    2014. "Lucius' Lucid Dream: Book 11 of the Metamorphoses and Religious Conversion." Journal of Cognitive Historiography, 1 (2): 171–185.

—:    2014. "Ancient Greek Atheism? A Note on Terminological Anachronisms in the Study of Ancient Greek 'Religion'." Revista Ciências da Religião, 12 (2): 224–241.

—:    2014. "What is Euhemerism? A Brief History of Research and Some Persisting Questions." Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 43 (2): 30–37.

—:    2013. "Whose Theology? The Promise of Cognitive Theories and the Future of a Disputed Field." Religion & Theology, 20 (3/4): 384–402.

—:    2013. "Sigmund Freud's Theory of Religion and the Sacrament of the Eucharist in the Orthodox Church." Ekklesiastikos Pharos, 95: 266–282.

—:    2012. "Post Mortem Makes a Difference: On A Redescription of Euhemerism and its Place in the Study of Divine Kingship." Religion & Theology, 19 (3/4): 319–339.

—:    2012. "Which Euhemerism will you use? Celsus on the Divine Nature of Jesus." Journal of Early Christian History, 2 (2): 80–92.

—:    2010. "From the Indian Ocean to Alexandria: Euhemerus of Messene and the Origin of the Gods." In: Kyriakos Savvopoulos, Hg. Proceedings of the 1st Workshop in Hellenistic Studies, Alexandria: Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 18–35.

—:    2007. "Θρησκεία και Επιστήμη [Religion and Science]." Διάβαση, 65: 13–18.

Beiträge in Lexika und Handbüchern

—:     2019. "Euhemerism." In: Robert A. Segal, Hg. The Oxford Handbook of Myth Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).

—:    2010. Άμμων-Ρα [Amun-Re]; Ανδρομέδα [Andromeda]; Αντιγόνη [Antigone]; Ανιμισμός [Animism]; Αποθέωσις [Apotheosis]; Απόλλων [Apollo]; Απουλήιος [Apuleius]. In: Petros Vasiliades et al., Hg. Μεγάλη Ορθόδοξη Εγκυκλοπαίδεια, Volume 1, Athens: Strategic Verlag.

Beiträge in Print-, Internet- und anderen Medien

—:    2017. "What’s in your Religion Syllabus?" Bulletin for the Study of Religion blog: 

—:    2015. "Russell McCutcheon's Theses on Professionalization: Reply on Thesis No12." Bulletin for the Study of Religion blog: 

—:    2014. "Religion, threskeia (θρησκεία) and the Return of the Hellenes: On Brent Nongbri's Before Religion." The Religious Studies Project Online:

—:    2013. "From Content to Location (?): Academic Publishing and the Problem of Authority." Bulletin for the Study of Religion blog:


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