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Dr. Gil Renberg


Historisches Institut
Abteilung Alte Geschichte
50923 Köln



Frühjahr 2003
Visiting Lecturer, University of Kansas-Lawrence, Department of Classics

Mai 2003
Ph.D. in Classical Studies, Duke University, Thema der Dissertation: "Commanded by the Gods":  An Epigraphical Study of Dreams and Visions in Greek and Roman Religious Life

Senior Lecturer, Ohio State University, Department of Greek & Latin

Visiting Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Department of Classic

Lecturer, Case Western Reserve University, Department of Classics

Lecturer, Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Classics

Jan. - Dez. 2009
Stipendiat der Stiftung National Endowment for the Humanities und Visiting Scholar an der University of Michigan, Department of Classical Studies

Frühjahr 2010
Margo Tytus Fellowship, University of Cincinnati

Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, Department of Classics

Sept. 2011 - Aug. 2012
Mitglied des Institute for Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies

Okt. 2012 - April 2013
Stipendium der Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach - Stiftung an der Universität zu Köln, Historisches Institut (Alte Geschichte). Lehrstuhl Prof. Dr. W. Ameling.



Where Dreams May Come: Incubation Sanctuaries in the Greco-Roman World [in Vorbereitung].


The Athenodoros Graffito Reconsidered (I.Deir el-Bahari 208), ZPE 184 (2013) [im Druck].

(zusammen mit William Bubelis, Washington University in St. Louis) The Epistolary Rhetoric of Zoilos of Aspendos and the Early Cult of Sarapis:  Re-Reading P.Cair.Zen. I 59034, ZPE 177 (2011), 169–200.

(zusammen mit Franziska Naether, Universität Leipzig, Ägyptologisches Institut), 'I celebrated a fine day':  An Overlooked Egyptian Phrase in a Bilingual Letter Preserving a Dream Narrative, ZPE 175 (2010), 49-71.

Hadrian and the Oracles of Antinous (SHA, Hadr. 14.7); with an appendix on the so-called Antinoeion at Hadrian’s Villa and Rome's Monte Pincio Obelisk, Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 55 (2010) [2011], 159-198.

Dream-Narratives and Unnarrated Dreams in Greek and Latin Dedicatory Inscriptions, in: E. Scioli & C. Walde (eds.), Sub imagine somni:  Nighttime Phenomena in the Greco-Roman World, Pisa, 2010, 33-61.

Incubation at Saqqâra, in: T. Gagos (ed.), Proceedings of the 25th International Congress of Papyrology, Ann Arbor, 2010, 649-662.

Public and Private Places of Worship in the Cult of Asclepius at Rome, MAAR 51/52 (2006-07), 87-172.

Was Incubation Practiced in the Latin West?, Archiv für Religionsgeschichte 8 (2006), 105-147.


(Mitarbeit) A. Bendlin (ed)., "Forschungsbericht Römische Religion," in ARG 2013 [im Druck].


(zusammen mit Sara Saba, Ludwig Maximilian Universität, München) "Greek Epigraphy" und "Latin Epigraphy", in: Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics <http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com>