Prof. Dr. Jörg Rüpke

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  • “The Invention of Civil Religion in Cicero's Speech ’On His House’: Claims for Restitution and Boundaries of Publicly Binding Religious Practice”, Intellectual History Review 2024 (in preparation)
  • “Cicero’s Philosophy of Piety Seen Through the Lens of Urban Religion”, in Christopher Diez, Christoph Schubert (eds.), Zwischen Skepsis und Staatskult: Neue Perspektiven auf Ciceros De natura deorum, Palingenesia 134, Stuttgart: Steiner, 2023, 40-52.
  • “Delineating and Blurring Urban Space and Urban Atmosphere in Roman Elegy: Tibullus’ Construction of Urbanity by Poetic and Religious Means”, Religion in the Roman Empire 9,2 (2023) (in press)
  • “Sacralization and focalization: Agentic perspectives on sanctuaries”, Greg Woolf, Ilaria Bultrighini, Camilla Norman (eds.), Sanctuaries and Experiences: Knowledge, Practice and Space in the Ancient World. Potsdamer altertumswissenschaftliche Beiträge 83. Stuttgart: Steiner, 2023 (accepted)
  • "Gods in the city", in: Corinne Bonnet et al. (eds.), Naming and Mapping the Gods in the Ancient Mediterranean, Berlin: de Gruyter, 2022, 893-910. 10.1515/9783110798432-046.