Books Mackin Roberts, E. (2020) Underworld Gods in Ancient Greek Religion: Death and Reciprocity; Routledge
Articles Mackin Roberts, E. (2019) ‘Weaving for Athena: The Arrhephoroi, Panathenaia, and Mundane Acts as Religious Devotion’, Journal for Hellenic Religion 12: 61-84.
Mackin, E. (2018) ‘Girls Playing Persephone (in Marriage and Death)’, Mnemosyne, 71.2: 209-228
Mackin, E. (2013) ‘Doom and Sorrow: Achilleus’ Physical Expression on Mourning in the Iliad’, Rosetta 13:111-121
In Preparation Mackin Roberts, E (2020) Women in Greek Myth; single-authored trade non-fiction); Carlton Books.
Mackin Roberts, E (under contract) Hades (Gods and Heroes of the Ancient World) (single-authored monograph); Routledge
Pedagogy Mackin, E, K. Cook, and R. Fallas. (2017) ‘Classics and Feminist Pedagogy: Practical Tips for Teaching’, Council of University Classics Departments Bulletin 46
Mackin, E, K. Cook, and R. Fallas. (2017) ‘Practical Tips for Feminist Pedagogy in Classics’, Council of University Classics Departments Bulletin 46
Mackin, E. (2017) ‘Dehierarchising the HE Classroom: An Experiment’, British Naval History (online: http://www.britishnavalhistory.com/dehierarchising-classroom-experiment/)
Mackin, E. (2016) ‘Gaining HEA Fellowship Through Teaching Recognition’, Council of University Classics Departments Bulletin 45
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Belief, Behaviour, and Belonging: Assessing ‘Embedded’ Religion in Ancient Greece
Ancient Greek religion is often described as ‘embedded’, where religion is deeply linked with social, political, and cultural spheres of the city. But how does ‘embeddedness’ influence the way that religion was practised by the ancient Greeks? Current scholarship tends to focus either on individual religion or on public and institutional religion. This project looks holistically at the public and personal, and the interplay between them, to assess embeddedness. I will use materialist theory, which examines how religion is experienced by its practitioners, and social-network theory, ensuring the influence of both the individual and the city is accounted for.
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