Courtesy of C. Hurst & Co.
Very pleased that Oxford has announced the American publication of my new book in February 2023, with a good word from the incomparable Rowan Williams: "Radical, learned & inspiring, this is a very important study indeed for our times." See here.
Very pleased to be joining Robert Frakes at Cal State Bakersfield, tomorrow, for a Philosophy & Religious Studies Colloquium on The Innocence of Pontius Pilate.
Very pleased to be joining Susanna Elm and the Late Antique Religions and Societies Workshop today at UCal Berkeley, to discuss fate, freedom, and law in Nemesius of Emesa (Homs).
Thrilled to see my book on Nemesius written up very generously in the Bryn Mawr Classical Review by the estimable J. J. O'Donnell: "Dusenbury inhabits Nemesius’s text and his world with a scholarly imagination that lets him flesh out a consistent and provocative representation of what Nemesius was getting at and how it made him… Continue reading Nemesius of Emesa in the Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Very pleased to see a translation of my new essay on Emil Cioran, "Melancholy's Infinity", in the Latvian magazine Telos. Points touched on: Hugh of Miramar's On the Misery of Man; Cioran's romanticism; & "a principle of bitterness which only tears can sweeten". Read here.
Good words on my new book from the captivating Tom Holland: "I can’t think of a book that has made the Gospels seem as fresh and strange to me as this one does." See here.
Múzeum utca 9, Budapest -- 16 October 2022.
Very pleased to be giving a lecture at California State University next month on my 2021 book, The Innocence of Pontius Pilate. -- More to come.
Very pleased to be giving a seminar next month at the University of California, Berkeley, on a Syrian philosopher-bishop of late antiquity, Nemesius of Emesa. More to come --
I am very pleased to hear that my Hurst book on Jesus (out in London, in December '22) will also be an Oxford University Press book (out in New York, in March '23).