New Series "Metaforms. Studies in the Reception of Classical Antiquity"
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Almut-Barbara Renger, Jon Solomon, John T. Hamilton
We are pleased to announce the launch of the new series “Metaforms. Studies in the Reception of Classical Antiquity,” published from Brill. This interdisciplinary series will have a wide appeal that extends far beyond the field of Classical Studies to include scholars in Literary Studies, Art History, Film and Media Studies, Gender Studies, Religious and Cultural Studies, Intellectual History and Philosophy.
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 directly with past traditions in a variety of media and discourses including, but not limited to, literature, film, and visual art. The editors welcome projects that examine engagements with the major canon as well as with lesser known texts and histories. Studies may concentrate on single works, figures, themes, motifs or concepts as they course through multiple epochs and cultures.
Information on manuscript proposals can be found on the Brill website at www.brill.nl
With our best regards,
The Editors Almut- Barbara Renger, Jon Solomon and John T. Hamilton
Metaforms. Studies in the Reception of Classical Antiquity: www.brill.com
Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Religionswissenschaft, Goßlerstr. 2-4, 14195 Berlin