The Classical Tradition and Reception Studies - Recent Publications

Carter, D.M. (2012) Republicanism, rights and democratis Athens. Polis, 29. ISSN 2051 - 2996 (In Press)

Goff, B., (2013) Your Secret Language: classics in the British colonies of West Africa (London: Bloomsbury)

Goff, B., and Simpson, M., eds, Thinking the Olympics: The classical tradition and the modern games.  London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2011. 

Harloe, K., 'Can political theory provide a methodology for reception studies? Max Weber and Hannah Arendt', Cultural Critique 74 (Winter 2010) 17-31.

Harloe, K., 'Pausanias as historian in Winckelmann's History', Classical Receptions Journal 2.2 (Winter 2010), 174-196..

Harloe, K., 'Ingenium et doctrina.Historicism and the imagination in Winckelmann, Heyne and Wolf', in P. Hummel, ed., Metaphilology. Histories and Languages of Philology. Paris: Philologicum 2009, 91-114.

Harloe, K., and Morley, N.D.G., eds, Thucydides and the Modern World: Reception, reinterpretation and influence from the Renaissance to the present.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2012.

Vasunia, P., 'Virgil and the British Empire, 1760-1880.' In Lineages of Empire: The Historical Roots of British Imperial Thought, edited by Duncan Kelly [= special volume of the Proceedings of the British Academy, 2009], pp. 83-116.

Vasunia, P. and Stephens, S., eds, Classics and National Cultures. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. Includes P. Vasunia, 'Alexander Sikandar', pp. 302-324. Read the introduction online at [http://fds.oup.com/www.oup.com/pdf/13/9780199212989.pdf]

Vasunia, P. and Hall, E., eds., India, Greece and Rome 1757-2007. London: Institute of Classical Studies (BICS Supplement 108), 2010.

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