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Astrid Steiner-Weber, University of Bonn
Acta Conventus Neo-Latini is a peer-reviewed series offering a world-wide selection of articles on Neo-Latin language and literature (fiction as well as non-fiction), of relevance for all studies in Early Modern History. The contributions have been presented as papers at the conferences arranged ...
Edited by Almut-Barbara Renger, John T. Hamilton and Jon Solomon
Metaforms publishes monographs and collected volumes devoted to the critical investigation of a broad and diverse field: the reception of Greco-Roman Antiquity. It is particularly committed to research that considers the practices, premises, and constituting effects of creative work that deals ...
General Editor: Astrid Steiner-Weber. Editors: Alejandro Coroleu, Domenico Defilippis, Roger Green, Fidel Rädle, Valery Rees, Dirk Sacré, Marjorie Woods and Christine Wulf
In August 2009 the fourteenth International Congress for Neo-Latin Studies was held in Uppsala, Sweden. The proceedings in this volume, ninety-nine individual and five plenary papers, are collected under the motto „Litteras et artes nobis traditas excolere – Reception and Innovation“.
Edited by Peter Kuhlmann (Göttingen) and Helmuth Schneider (Kassel)
This dictionary charts the lives and works of more than 700 influential scholars from the 14th century onwards who have made their mark on the study of Antiquity.
Edited by Christine Walde in cooperation with Brigitte Egger
This new Supplement to Brill’s New Pauly gives an overview of the reception and influence of ancient literary works on the literature, art and music from antiquity to the present.
Edited by Almut-Barbara Renger, Freie Universität Berlin and Jon Solomon, University of Illinois
This volume reinvigorates the field of Classical Reception by investigating present-day culture, society, and politics, particularly gender, gender roles, and filmic constructions of masculinity and femininity which shape and are shaped by interacting economic, political, and ideological practices.
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