I am a Professor in the Religion Department at the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Canada). I teach courses in Early Christianity and the Religions of the Hellenistic and Roman Mediterranean. My main areas of research are late Roman Platonism and medicine in Late Antiquity. I am also the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies in the Faculty of Arts. Please see my other pages for more information on my research, teaching, and administrative service. You can also find me on Academia.edu (https://umanitoba.academia.edu/HeidiMarxWolf), where I have posted a number of my publications.
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But, why would anyone want to study doctors? MAO
Good question, Mike. I have to check with some of my history of science/medicine friends and get back to you! I know of some brilliant people at Oregon State University who might be able to help me out with this one!
I have just found your blog. Haven’t heard from you fro quite some time, and tried to write to you very many times (after X-mas). Hope you are okay!!! Any news?
Will you be in San Francisco (SBL) this autumn? I will be coming if I get a grant.
With – absolutely – very best wishes,