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Managing Editor: John Marenbon, Editorial board: Margaret Cameron, Simo Knuuttila, Martin Lenz, Christopher J. Martin
Editorial Board: Chris Bremmers, Radboud University, Nijmegen (Editor-in-chief), Arthur Cools, University of Antwerp, and Gert-Jan van der Heiden, Radboud University, Nijmegen
Studies in Phenomenology publishes research in phenomenological philosophy and its hermeneutical en deconstructive extensions.
Christian Laes Free University of Brussels, University of Antwerp, C.F. Goodey The Open University, M. Lynn Rose Truman State University
This is the first volume ever to systematically study the subject of disabilities in the Roman world. The contributors examine the topic from head to toe: mental and intellectual disability, alcoholism, visual impairment, speech disorder, hermaphroditism, monstrous births, mobility problems, ...
Edited by C.J. Mackie
This volume is concerned with the way that the spoken word and the written word co-exist and interact in antiquity. Papers deal with different genres from antiquity, from the period of early Greek antiquity through to the Roman world.
Edited by Roy K. Gibson and Christina Shuttleworth Kraus
This volume explores the theory, historical practice, and future of the traditional commentary on classical texts. Special topics include the relationship between texts, commentators and readers; citation, selectivity, lemmatization, and revision; and the impact of the Internet.
Edited by Hélène Cazes
This volume gathers studies and documentation on Bonaventura Vulcanius, a versatile philologist and writer who in 1581 settled in Leiden as a Professor of Greek and Latin. It includes many unpublished texts pertaining to this mysterious figure Dutch Humanism.
Edited by Christina Shuttleworth Kraus
This volume explores the intersection between historiography and related genres in antiquity, ranging from China to the Mediterranean. Contributors use a range of reading strategies to analyze the place of rhetoric, genre, and intertextuality in these important ancient narratives.
This study positions itself in the transatlantic, early modern period between American Congregationalist Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) and English Baptist Andrew Fuller (1754-1815), and their attempts to express au fait understanding of reformed soteriologcial ideas in the age of reason.
Edited by Alexander D. Beihammer, Maria G. Parani and Christopher D. Schabel
A significant contribution to the study of cross-cultural communication—and accommodation—in the ethnically, religiously and linguistically diverse world of the medieval Eastern Mediterranean as reflected in Byzantine, Latin and Islamic archival sources and chancery traditions.
Edited by Chris de Cooker
This work brings together a number of papers written by experts, mostly senior and active international civil servants, but also retired staff, analyzing the measures taken in international organizations in order to obtain greater accountability.
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