The Complexity of Conversion: Intersectional Perspectives on Religious Change in Antiquity and Beyond, edited by Nicolet & Kartzow - New publication and discount code from Equinox

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The Complexity of Conversion
Intersectional Perspectives on Religious Change in Antiquity and Beyond
Edited by Valérie Nicolet (Institut protestant de théologie, faculté de Paris)
and Marianne Bjelland Kartzow (University of Oslo)
Series: Studies in Ancient Religion and Culture edited by Philip L. Tite and Michael Ng
274 pages
Available in HB, PB and ebook editions

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Offers something new and worthwhile to scholarship on conversion in antiquity.
Matthew Thiessen, McMaster University

Makes a significant contribution not only to the discussion of ancient conversion experiences but also to the discursive framework in which we as modern scholars try to understand those experiences.
Zeba A. Crook, Carleton University