A new volume from De Gruyter, a collection on late-antique treatments of the daimôn, collects papers from a conference on the subject. As such, the quality of the contributions vary (see this reviewer ), and the volume lacks a coherent methodological core. Nevertheless, those interested in all things daimonic will find much to interest them.
Eva Elm, Nicole Hartmann, Demons in Late Antiquity: their perception and transformation in different literary genres. Transformationen der Antike, 54. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter, 2019.