Professor Charles Burnett
Johannes Borotin as student and teacher of the science of the stars in fifteenth-century Prague.
Professor David Pankenier
Professor of Chinese, Lehigh University, Pennsylvania
On Chinese Astrology's Impermeability to External Influences
Professor Michael York
Former Professor of Cultural Astronomy and Astrology, Bath Spa University.
Religion versus Science; Science versus Religion: Whither Astrology; Whithersoever?
Director of the Center of Oriental Studies, Vilnius University, Lithuania
Transformations of the Social and Religious Status of Indian Astrology at the Royal Court
Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Aristotle’s idea of ‘place’ within contemporary astrology
Department of History, University of Southern California
Ptolemy and Sima Qian in 11thCentury Japan: Combining Disparate Astrologies in Practice
University of La Sapienza, Rome.
Astrology and its ritual applications: Propitiation of the planet Saturn within the Sun temple at Suriyanar Koyil (Tamil Nadu, India). A case-study from contemporary Tamil Shaivism
Maya Exploration Project
Eternity in an Hour: the astronomical symbolism of the Era as the Maya agricultural year
Departamento de Música, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia
The sounding zodiacs in Western musical theory: an overview of proposals for musical interpretation of astrological data from Ptolemy to the late 20th century
Helen R. Jacobus
University College London.
The Zodiac Calendar in the Dead Sea Scrolls (4Q318) in relation to Babylonian Horoscopes
David W. Kim
University of Edinburgh
A Sethian Iconography:The Astrology of Tchacos Judas
Carsten Niebuhr Institute, University of Copenhagen
The Meaning of Time: Calendar Divination
Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen.
The Journey of Calendars, Wind and Life in the Indian Ocean
Kyōto Sangyō University
A Study in the Early Iconography of Gemini
Micah Ross and Dorian Gieseler Greenbaum
Various renderings of pinax in Greek and Demotic in the Medînet Mâdi ostraca
Astrology: Homocentric Science in a Heliocentric Universe
Leibniz University of Hanover
The Difference between Methods of Natural Sciences and Methods of Religious Studies on Modern Astrology.