Yes, I have the privilege of teaching two new courses this fall. Herein is the Syllabus for my graduate seminar. The description is below:
The terms religion, ethnicity, and (less frequently) race are often used in discussions of the ancient Mediterranean. In recent years, however, they have been coming under increasing interrogation: Do the ancients themselves think in such categories? Even if they do not, can the categories be analytically useful for modern scholars? This is intended to be a deeply comparative course to which students bring their own sets of expertise in order to create a cross-cultural conversation.
If you have any thoughts, please let me know before it is too late!