NASSCAL Member Publication: Brent Landau and April DeConick in Gnosis: Journal of Gnostic Studies

The inaugural issue of Gnosis: Journal of Gnostic Studies features an article by NASSCAL founding member and current Secretary Brent Landau and several contributions by member (and journal co-editor) April DeConick. The complete table of contents for the issue are given below. For more information on the journal visit Brill Online.

“Introducing Gnosis: Journal of Gnostic Studies,” April D. DeConick and Lautaro Roig Lanzillotta

“Gnostic Countercultures: Special Issue,” April D. DeConick and Lautaro Roig Lanzillota

“The Countercultural Gnostic: Turning the World Upside Down and Inside Out,” April D. DeConick

“‘I Turned away from the Temple’: Sethian Counterculture in the Apocryphon of John,” Grant Adamson

“Transgressing Boundaries: Plotinus and the Gnostics,” John D. Turner

“Forbidden Knowledge: Cognitive Transgression and ‘Ascent Above Intellect’ in the Debate Between Plotinus and the Gnostics,” Zeke Mazur

“The Apocalypse of Paul (NHC V,2): Cosmology, Anthropology, and Ethics,” Lautaro Roig Lanzillotta

“Gnosis Undomesticated: Archon-Seduction, Demon Sex, and Sodomites in the Paraphrase of Shem (NHC VII,1),” Dylan M. Burns

“Gnostic Self-Deification: The Case of Simon of Samaria,” M. David Litwa

“Demon est Deus Inversus: Honoring the Daemonic in Iamblichean Theurgy,” Gregory Shaw

“The Coming of the Star-Child: The Reception of the Revelation of the Magi in New Age Religious Thought and Ufology,” Brent Landau

“The Great God Pan,” Sarah Iles Johnston

“Alan Moore’s Promethea: Countercultural Gnosis and the End of the World,” Wouter J. Hanegraaff

“Children of the Light: Gnostic Fiction and Gnostic Practice in Vladimir Sorokin’s Ice Trilogy,” Victoria Nelson

“Symbolic Loss, Memory, and Modernization in the Reception of Gnosticism,” Matthew J. Dillon

“Gnostic and Countercultural Elements in Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Hoodoo in America’,” Margarita Simon Guillory