Kyle Fraser, PhD
Dr. Kyle Fraser(PhD University of Cambridge) is a scholar of ancient philosophy, religion, and esotericism. He has published on Zosimos of Panopolis (“Zosimos of Panopolis and the Book of Enoch”, Aries 4.2., 2004; “Baptised in Gnosis: The Spiritual Alchemy of Zosimos of Panopolis”, Dionysius 25, 2007) and on Græco-Egyptian alchemy more widely (“Distilling Nature’s Secrets: The Sacred Art of Alchemy”, The Oxford Handbook of Science and Medicine in the Classical World. Ed. Paul Keyser & John Scarborough, Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2017).
He has also published in the neighbouring area of Roman Imperial magic (“Magic in Roman Antiquity: The Imperial Period”, The Cambridge History of Magic and Witchcraft in the West, ed. David Collins, Cambridge University Press, 2015). Dr. Fraser is an Associate Professor of Humanities at the University of King’s College (Halifax, Nova Scotia), where he teaches courses on the history of magic and alchemy, from antiquity to postmodernity.
Dr. Kyle Fraser is a peer-reviewer for Rubedo Press’s Panopolis Project.