Saturday, November 25, 2017

Classical Receptions Journal: Editor’s Choice articles Open Access

 [First posted in AWOL 10 August 2912, updated 25 November 2017]

Classical Receptions Journal: Editor’s Choice articles

The editor of Classical Receptions Journal has selected choice papers from recent issues, and we’ve made them freely available for you to read. This page will be updated with an article from each issue as it publishes.
From 8:4 The classicist in the cave: Bolaño’s theory of reading in By Night in Chile
Jacobo Myerston

From 8:3 Aryan, German, or Greek? Nietzsche’s Prometheus between antiquity and modernity
By Adam Lecznar

From 8.2
Postcolonial Sparagmos: Toni Morrison’s Sula and Wole Soyinka’s The Bacchae of Euripides: A Communion Rite
Justine McConell

From 8.1 Introduction: The Legacy of Greek Political Thought
Barbara Goff and Miriam Leonard

This special issue of the journal is currently free to read online.
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From 7.3 Editorial
Constanze Güthenke

The Method behind the madness: Katie Mitchell, Stanislavski, and the classics
Emma Cole

From 7.2 A pioneer of classical studies in Japan, Shigeichi Kure: a focus on his translations
Ichiro Taida

From 7.1 Introduction: The Legacy of the Republican Roman Senate
Catherine Steel

From 6.3 Indigeneity and classical reception in The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay
Marguerite Johnson

From 6.2 Early Modern Antigones: Receptions, Refractions, Replays
Robert S. Miola

From 6.1 ‘The Painful Memory of Woe’: Greek tragedy and the Greek Civil War in the work of George Seferis
Vayos Liapis

In Memoriam: Professor Ahmed Etman (1945–2013)
Lorna Hardwick

From 5.3 Antiquity after antiquity: a (post) modern reading of antiquity in Bulgarian poetry
Yoana Sirakova

Afterword: Omni-Local Classical Receptions
Emily Greenwood

From 5.2 Reception — a new humanism? Receptivity, pedagogy, the transhistorical
Charles Martindale

Redeeming Xenophon: historiographical reception and the transhistorical
Tim Rood

From 5.1 ‘Aryan, German, or Greek? Nietzsche’s Prometheus between antiquity and modernity
Adam Lecznar

From 4.2 ‘We’re here too, the ones without names.’ A study of female voices as imagined by Margaret Atwood, Carol Ann Duffy, and Marguerite Yourcenar
Susanna Braund

From 4.1 Sisyphus and Caesar: the opposition of Greece and Rome in Albert Camus' absurd cycle
Luke Richardson

From 3.2 Proems, codas, and formalism in Homeric reception
Simon Perris

From 3.1 The myth of return: restoration as reception in eighteenth-century Rome
Jessica Hughes

From 2:2 Editorial
Jas Elsner 

Pausanias as historian in Winckelmann’s History
Katherine Harloe

From 2:1 Editorial
Lorna Hardwick

Hyperion’s symposium: an erotics of reception
Joshua Billings

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