Religions of Mediterranean Antiquity

We focus on the context and interplay of religious traditions in the ancient world, from the 5th century BCE to 5th century CE. Faculty expertise includes the study of Judaism, early Christianity, Greek & Roman religions, and various cults of the Mediterranean world, with the use of historical, philological, social-scientific, and archaeological methods. Other Contributing Academic Units include: Centre for Jewish Studies, Department of Classics, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, Seminar on Culture and Religion in Antiquity, Toronto School of Theology.

RMA Faculty

John Kloppenborg, Centre for the Study of Religion
Joseph Bryant, Centre for the Study of Religion
Judith Newman, Centre for the Study of Religion
Sarianna Metso, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
Terence Donaldson, Faculty of Divinity
Robert Sinkewicz, Centre for the Study of Religion
John Marshall, Centre for the Study of Religion
Harry Fox, Centre for the Study of Religion
Hindy Najman, Centre for the Study of Religion
Amir Harrak, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
Leif Vaage, Emmanuel College
John Magee, Centre for Medieval Studies
Andreas Bendlin, Department of Historical Studies