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Colonialism, Colonization: Roman Perspectives  

Clifford Ando

This chapter explores the practicalities of empire and colonialism as these affected the conditions of cultural production under Roman rule and adumbrates contours of enquiry within ... More

Gothic Literature  

Vittoria Dolcetti Corazza

Published Online:
Sep 2017
This essay involves a review of Gothic literature through the presentation of the documents that have reached us today; the most important is the translation of the Bible completed by the ... More

Greek Literature, the Digital Humanities, and the Shifting Technologies of Reading  

Elton Barker and Melissa Terras

Published Online:
Mar 2016
Contrary perhaps to expectation, Classical studies is at the vanguard of the latest technological developments for using digital tools and computational techniques in research. This ... More

Textual Transmission of Earlier Literature during the Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasties  

Wai-Yee Li

Published in print:
May 2017
Published Online:
Apr 2017
Classical Chinese literature exerts a powerful hold on readers and writers in later periods. The question of how earlier literature was preserved, classified, anthologized, and distributed ... More

Transmission and Textual Criticism  

Mario De Nonno

Published in print:
Jun 2010
Published Online:
Sep 2012
Our knowledge of Latin literature and, more generally, of any text of a non-documentary nature written in Latin after the First Punic War, depends as a rule on an unbroken process of ... More