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Dr. Gil Renberg

Stipendiat

Historisches Institut
Abteilung Alte Geschichte
Albertus-Magnus-Platz
50923 Köln

grenberg(at)umich.edu

Kurzbiografie

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

2003-2005
Senior Lecturer, Ohio State University, Department of Greek & Latin

2005-2006
Visiting Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Department of Classic

2006-2007
Lecturer, Case Western Reserve University, Department of Classics

2007-2008
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

2010-2011
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.

Publikationen

Monographie:

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

Aufsätze:

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.

Survey:

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

Internetpublikation:

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