Volume 9 (2022)

Ritual: Practice, Performance, Perception

Ceræ invites essays that analyse rituals of all kinds: public and private, communal and solitary, secular and religious, rapidly changing and long-lasting. It also welcomes theoretically- or methodologically-focused contributions.

We invite submissions encompassing all aspects of the late classical, medieval, and early modern world. There are no geographical restrictions. As an interdisciplinary journal, Ceræ encourages submissions from archaeology, art history, historical ecology, literature, linguistics, intellectual history, musicology, politics, social studies, and beyond.

For further information on the theme of Volume 9, please refer to the CFP blog post, and for full details on how to submit and article, please visit the Submissions section of this website.

Non-Themed articles and varia are accepted year-round – please contact the Editors for further details, and if you are interested in submitting a book review – please contact the Review Editors.

This volume is currently in production.

Featured Image: The Trier Adventus Ivory, c. 4th century CE, Trier Cathedral Treasury, Trier, Germany, photo by Ann Münchow.