Liquid Antiquity: NOW AVAILABLE

Liquid Antiquity is now available through Buchhandlung Walther König/Artbooks:….  The installation "Liquid Antiquity: Conversations," commissioned by the Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art and designed by Diller,…

Globalized Classics

I am in Berlin August 24-September 6 for the "Globalized Classics" summer university at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, teaching with Philip van der Eijk on medicine and concepts of the body (…).  Fully interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, self…

NOW AVAILABLE: The Frontiers of Ancient Science

I am excited to announce the publication of "The Frontiers of Ancient Science: Essays in Honor of Heinrich von Staden," which I co-edited with Klaus-Dietrich Fischer and Emilio Capettini.  The volume contains nearly thirty new essays by leading scholars of ancient Mediterranean medicine and science, dedicated to the ground-breaking historian…

Interview in 3ammagazine

My interview with Richard Marshall of 3ammagazine is now online:

UChicago Classics Lecture Series: "The Tissue of the World: Sympathy in Greco-Roman Antiquity"

Videos of the four lectures that I gave last November at Chicago, collectively titled "The Tissue of the World: Sympathy in Greco-Roman Antiquity," are now up online:

Video from Posthuman Antiquities

Video from the conference Postman Antiquities at New York University, November 14-15 2014, which I co-organized with Emma Bianchi (NYU) and Sara Brill (Fairfield), is now available:

Profile on Admissions Website

I've recently been profiled by Admissions at Princeton.  You can see the full profile here:….

Postclassicisms Website Launched
The website for "Postclassicisms," a global research network dedicated to redefining the study of antiquity, is now live:  The network is based at Princeton.  Constanze Güthenke and I are co-PIs.
NEH Summer Institute "Mortality: Facing Death in Ancient Greece"
For the week of July 7, I will be in residence as a faculty member at the NEH Summer Institute "Mortality: Facing Death in Ancient Greece," organized by Karen Bassi in Athens, Greece.  The session of Week 2 is "Mortal Bodies and Immortal Souls in Greek Medicine and Philosophy."  For more information, see the Institute's website: http://mortality