The Apocalyptic Complex
Perspectives, Histories, Persistence
About the Authors
Nadia Al-Bagdadi is professor of history at Central European University, Budapest, founding director of the Center for Religious Studies and since 2015 Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies, CEU.
David Marno is associate professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley, where he teaches Renaissance literature and culture. His current work focuses on Christian theories and practices of prayer, and especially on the intersections between devotion and literature.
Matthias Riedl is associate professor at Central European University. His research interests include the history of apocalypticism and the relation between religion and politics in Western Christianity from late antiquity to the early modern period.
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