This long running and established book series publishes scholarly discussions of literary, historical and cultural issues from European classical antiquity and studies of classical ideas in medieval and Renaissance Europe.
The series published an average of one volume per year over the last 5 years.
Katharina Volk, Professor of Classics at Columbia University, has published widely on Latin literature and Roman intellectual history, including most recently The Roman Republic of Letters: Scholarship, Philosophy, and Politics in the Age of Cicero and Caesar (2021).
Contributors are: Giulio Celotto, Alessandro Garcea, Phillip Sidney Horky, Duncan MacRae, Daniele F. Maras, Jay Reed, Philip Thibodeau, Fabio Tutrone.
Edited by Holger A. Klein (Editor-in-chief), Kathy H. Eden, Seth Schwartz, Deborah Steiner, Katja M. Vogt, and Gareth D. Williams
Series founded by Walther Ludwig and W. V. Harris
in collaboration with W. T. H. Jackson and Paul Oskar Kristeller
classical scholars, Latinists, philosophers, historians of philosophy, ancient historians, historians of science, Etruscologists, historical linguists, intellectual historians