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Studies in Classical & Late Antiquity Series

 

Gorgias Press is now accepting book proposals for its updated and inter-disciplinary book series: Studies in Classical and Late Antiquity (CLA). As part of its commitment to publish original academic works in the Humanities, Gorgias Press invites scholars to submit monographs, edited volumes and translations related to the Greco-Roman world and its transition into Late Antiquity, encompassing political and social structures, religion, knowledge and educational ideals, art, architecture and literature. The series will also be interested in studies that look at the interactions between the Greco-Roman worlds with other religious, geographical and cultural groups across the world – in particular those located in, or emerging from Arabia, Persia and Central Asia.  

All suitable submissions will be peer-reviewed by two leading specialists and the series is overseen by new editorial boards made up of distinguished scholars in the field. The series also welcomes revised Ph.D. theses. Submissions may be written in English, German, French, and Spanish. To submit a proposal, please send the following information to the series’ acquisitions editor, Adam Walker (adam@gorgiaspress.com):

  • A cover letter or e-mail
  • An abstract of the book
  • A table of contents
  • Sample chapters, the entire manuscript (if complete) or a full chapter outline if the book has not yet been written
  • A copy of your C.V.

 

Series Editorial Board:

  • Johannes Niehoff-Panagiotidis (Chair), Freie Universität Berlin
  • Ulrike-Rebekka Nieten, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Adrian Pirtea, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Irene Schneider, University of Göttingen
  • Manolis Ulbricht, Freie Universität Berlin

 

Advisory Editorial Board:

  • Nicola Denzey Lewis, Claremount Graduate University
  • Stefan Esders, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Thomas Figueira, Rutgers University
  • Christian Freigang, Freie Universität Berlin
  • David Hernandez de la Fuente, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
  • Markham J. Geller, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Susan Ashbrook Harvey, Brown University
  • AnneMarie Luijendijk, Princeton University
  • Roberta Mazza, University of Manchester
  • Arietta Papaconstantinou, University of Reading
  • Meron-Martin Piotrkowski, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Shabo Talay, Freie Universität Berlin

 

Previous Publications:

  • The Socio-Economic History and Material Culture of the Roman and Byzantine Near East, Essays In Honor Of S. Thomas Parker
  • Sleep and Sleeplessness in Byzantium by Nikolaos Barkas
  • The Sleeper's Dream: Asclepius Ristual and Early Christian Discourse by Jeffrey B. Pettis
  • Myth, Text and History at Sparta by Thomas Figueira (Ed.)
  • Essays in Global Color History: Interpreting the Ancient Spectrum by Rachael B. Goldman (Ed.)
  • Xenophon's Memorabilia and the Apology of Socrates Translated by Sarah Fielding (Edited with Notes and Introduction by Hélène Pignot)
  • Who is Afraid of the Rhētōr? An Analysis and Exegesis of Socrates and Gorgias' Conversation in Plato's Gorgias by Yosef Z. Liebersohn
  • Color-Terms in Social and Cultural Context in Ancient Rome by Rachael B. Goldman
  • Cicero 'Haruspex' Political Prognostication and the Viscera of a Deceased Body Politic by Maridien Schneider
  • Eros and Ritual in Ancient Literature Singing of Atalanta, Daphnis, and Orpheus by Evangelia Anagnostou-Laoutides
  • Hannibal's Odyssey the Environmental Background to the Alpine Invasion of Italia by William Mahaney
  • Lucullus, A Life by Arthur Peter Keaveney
  • The Struggle for Roman Citizenship Romans, Allies, and the Wars of 91–77 Bce by Seth Kendall  
  • The Petra Pool-Complex: A Hellenistic Paradeisos in the Nabataean Capital Results from the Petra "Lower Market" Survey and Excavation, 1998 by Leigh-Ann Bedal
  • The Small Temple: A Roman Imperial Cult Building in Petra, Jordan by Sara Karz Reid  
  • Archaeologies of Water in the Roman Near East 63 Bc – Ad 636 by Zena Kamash
  • The Sentences of the Syriac Menander: Introduction, Text and Translation, and Commentary by David Gregory Monaco  
  • The Portrayal and Role of Anger in the Res Gestae of Ammianus Marcellinus by Barbara Sidwell
  • The Military Consilium in Republican Rome by Pamela Delia Johnston
  • Hearsay, History, and Heresy Collected Essays on the Roman Republic by Richard E. Mitchell (Edited with an Introduction by Randall Howarth)
  • The Ceramic Oil Lamp as an Indicator of Cultural Change within Nabataean Society in Petra and its Environs Circa Ce 106 by Deirdre Grace Barrett
  • Early Christian Attitudes to War, Violence and Military Service by Despina Iosif
  • Proclus On the Transition from Metaphysical being to Natural Being a New Reading of the Platonic Theory of Forms by Elias Tempelis & Christos Terezis