Monday, October 9, 2017

Open Access Journal: New Voices In Classical Reception Studies

[First posted in AWOL  26 September 3013, updated (a new volume and conference proceeding  has appeared) 9 October 2017]

New Voices In Classical Reception Studies
ISSN 1750-6581
Classical Reception Studies is a rapidly developing field of research. There is a growing number of new scholars investigating issues of reception of classical texts, ideas, performance, and material culture across different cultural contexts and in different media.
This ejournal site aims to provide a showcase for scholars who have reached the stage where they wish to publish the results of their research. We particularly encourage research that crosses discipline boundaries.
Papers contributed to the site will be subject to peer review before they can be accepted for publication. Comments from the anonymous reviewers and editors will be made available to authors whether or not their papers are accepted for publication. Refereed publications are of course of particular importance to those starting out on an academic career or those feeling their way in an academic area of research outside their usual discipline.
Readers' responses will be welcomed and will be passed to the originating author
We aim to publish annually in the Summer
Issues
    1 (2006)
    2 (2007)
    3 (2008)
    4 (2009)
    5 (2010)
    6 (2011)
    7 (2012)
    8 (2013)
    9 (2014)
  10 (2015)
  11 (2016)
Issue 11 (2016)
About the Authors: pdf
What the Mincian did not sing: Boccaccio’s Olympia and Virgil’s Aeneid 6
Adir Fonseca Jr., University of Campinas
Abstract:   pdf
Full Article:   pdf
From philosophy to psychotherapy: retelling the story in Jeanette Winterson’s Weight: The Myth of Atlas and Heracles (2005)
Fiona Hobden, University of Liverpool
Abstract:   pdf
Full Article:   pdf
"Penelope gone to the war": The brutality of home in Neverhome and Father Comes Home from the Wars
Nadine M. Knight, College of the Holy Cross
Abstract:   pdf
Full Article:   pdf
Cathedral Classicism: a Nineteenth-Century Claudia in St. Nicholas’ Cathedral
Cora Beth Knowles, The Open University
Abstract:      pdf
Full Article:   pdf
‘Love of War’ and ‘Fierce Tigresses’: Statius, Lucan and Anchieta’s De Gestis Mendi de Saa
Alessandro Rolim de Moura, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil
Abstract:   pdf
Full Article:   pdf
“Release the Kraken!” – The Recontextualization of the Kraken in Popular Culture, from Clash of the Titans to Magic: The Gathering
Stian Sundell Torjussen, Hedmark University of Applied Sciences
Abstract:   pdf
Full Article:   pdf

Call for Contributions
   Issue 12 (2017)   

Conference Proceedings
     Volume 1
Conference Proceedings Volume One
ANIMATING ANTIQUITY: HARRYHAUSEN AND THE CLASSICAL TRADITION
Volume Editors: Steven Green and Penny Goodman Series Editor: Trevor Fear
CONTENTS
Introduction
PAPER 1  Ray Harryhausen and the other Gods: Greek Divinity in Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (University of Edinburgh)
PAPER 2 From Gamer to Animator: The Evolving Role of Zeus in Harryhausen’s Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans Stephen Trzaskoma (University of New Hampshire, US)
PAPER 3   Greek Elements in the Sinbad Movies of Ray Harryhausen: A Lesson in Reception Antony Keen (Open University)
PAPER 4  The Look of Harryhausen’s Cyclops: Human v. Monster in the Eye of the Beholder Eleanor OKell (University of Leeds)
PAPER 5   “The Dragon-green, the Luminous, the Dark, the Serpent-haunted Sea”: Monsters, Landscape and Gender in Clash of the Titans (1981 and 2010) Liz Gloyn (University of Birmingham)
PAPER 6   Perseus on the Psychiatrist’s Couch in Leterrier’s Clash of the Titans (2010): Harryhausen Reloaded for 21st Century Steven J. Green (University of Leeds)
About the authors




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