Paul M. Robertson

LECTURER
Office: Classics, Humanities, & Italian Studies, Murkland Hall, Durham, NH 03824
Paul Robertson

Education

  • Ph.D., Brown University
  • B.A., Reed College

Research Interests

  • Ancient/Medieval Philosophy
  • Classical Studies
  • Cognitive Sciences
  • Comparative Religion
  • Early Christianity
  • Language and/or Literature, Classical/Ancient
  • Late Antiquity Byzantium
  • Late Antiquity Syriac
  • Religious Studies
  • Taxonomy
  • Theory of religion

Courses Taught

  • CLAS 401: Classical Mythology
  • CLAS 520: Hon/Ancient Views of Good LIfe
  • GREK 503: Intermediate Classical Greek I
  • GREK 504: Intermediate ClassicalGreek II
  • HUMA 401: Introduction to Humanities
  • HUMA 526: Humanities and Science
  • LS 845: Special Topics

Selected Publications

Robertson, P. (2018). The Polemic of Individualized Appellation in Late Antiquity. Studies in Late Antiquity, 2(2), 180-214. doi:10.1525/sla.2018.2.2.180

Robertson, P. M. (2017). Greco-Roman Ethical-Philosophical Influences in Bardaisan's "Book of the Laws of Countries". Vigiliae Christianae, 71(5), 511-540. Retrieved from http://unh.academia.edu/PaulRobertson

Robertson, P. (2016). Paul's Letters and Contemporary Greco-Roman Literature Theorizing a New Taxonomy.

Robertson, P. M. (2014). De-Spiritualizing Pneuma: Modernity, Religion, and Anachronism in the Study of Paul. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 26(4-5), 365-383.

Robertson, P. M. (2011). Toward an Understanding of Philo’s and Cicero’s Treatment of Sacrifice. The Studia Philonica Annual, 23, 41-67.