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Marx-Wolf, Heidi

Professor, Religion

Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts

Email: Heidi.Marx-Wolf@umanitoba.ca

Home Page: https://heidimarxwolf.com/

Research Description

I am an Associate Professor in the Religion Department at the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Canada). I am also the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, Space, Curriculum, and Internationalization in the Faculty of Arts. My main areas of research are late Roman Platonism and medicine in Late Antiquity. Please see my other pages for more information on my research and teaching. You can also find me on Academia.edu (https://umanitoba.academia.edu/HeidiMarxWolf), where I have posted a number of my publications.

My first book is Spiritual Taxonomies and Ritual Authority: Platonists, Priests, and Gnostics in the Third Century CE (UPenn, 2016): http://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/15511.html

Teaching Description

Courses I regularly teach:

Introduction to World Religions – Western traditions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam)

Introduction to the New Testament

Introduction to Christianity

Early Christian Thought

Medicine, Magic, and Miracle in Antiquity

Gender, the Body, and Sexuality in Early Christianity

Religions of the Hellenistic and Roman Mediterranean

Theory of Nature: The Pre-Modern Cosmos

Introduction to Coptic

Seminar in Early Christian Origins (The content of this course changes each time I teach it. Thus far I’ve taught “Gnostic” Christianity, Hagiography in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, and The Pre-Modern Cosmos: Religion, Natural Science, Medicine, and “Magic”)

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