Kim Beerden is university lecturer at the Institute for History.
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Dr. Kim Beerden is a historian of ancient mentalities, working in the field of religions in the Graeco-Roman world. In 2013 she received her PhD at Leiden University, on the basis of her dissertation Worlds Full of Signs. Ancient Greek Divination in Context (published in a revised version at Brill, 2013; paperback 2021), in which she systematically compares Greek divination to divinatory practices in Neo-Assyrian Mesopotamia and in Republican Rome. She has been employed as a university lecturer at Leiden University since 2013 – and won the LUS Teaching Prize for best lecturer in 2016. Kim Beerden is one of the editors of the Religions in the Graeco-Roman World series.
- Redactielid Religions in the Graeco-Roman World