J Late Antiquity: “Religion, Medicine, Disability, and Health in Late Antiquity”

Brought to our attention by historian Monica Green:

The Journal of Late Antiquity has just brought out a special issue devoted to the theme of “Religion, Medicine, Disability, and Health in Late Antiquity”:  http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_late_antiquity/toc/jla.8.2.html
Here’s the complete list of contents:
The State of the Question: Religion, Medicine, Disability, and Health in Late Antiquity
pp. 257-272
Heidi Marx-Wolf, Kristi Upson-Saia
In and Out of the Body: The Significance of Intestinal Disease in Rabbinic Literature
pp. 273-287
Mira Balberg
Disability, Animality, and Enslavement in Rabbinic Narratives of Bodily Restoration and Resurrection
pp. 288-305
Julia Watts Belser
Paralysis and Sexuality in Medical Literature and the Acts of Peter
pp. 306-321
Meghan Henning
Divine Breastfeeding: Milk, Blood, and Pneuma in Clement of Alexandria’s Paedagogus
pp. 322-336
Dawn LaValle
The Persistence in Late Antiquity of Medico-Philosophical Psychic Therapy
pp. 337-351
Wendy Mayer
Between Despondency and the Demon: Diagnosing and Treating Spiritual Disorders in John Chrysostom’s Letter to Stageirios
pp. 352-367
Jessica Wright
The Etiology of Sorrow and its Therapeutic Benefits in the Preaching of John Chrysostom
pp. 368-385
Blake Leyerle
“As Trainers for the Healthy”: Massage Therapists, Anointers, and Healing in the Late Latin West
pp. 386-404
Sarah E. Bond
New Perspectives on Health and Disability in Late Ancient Judaism and Christianity: A Response
pp. 405-409
Andrew T. Crislip