About the Series
De Gruyter is planning a number of innovative changes to the structure and thematic scope of the Sammlung Tusculum (“Tusculum Collection”). Essays in the volumes released from 2014 onward will delve into specific aspects of the individual works, illuminating their historical context and reception to the present day.
Looking back to its origins, the Sammlung Tusculum will be expanded to encompass works from Late Antiquity as well as Christian, Byzantine, and Neo-Latin literature. As one of the most prestigious German collections of texts from antiquity, the series is sure to be an indispensable resource for all those who wish to engage with the ancient world through authoritative scholarly editions.
The series editors will be supported by a new academic advisory board, composed of scholars with various specializations in classical philology and philosophy.
- Niklas Holzberg
- Bernhard Zimmermann
ACADEMIC ADVISORY BOARD:
- Günter Figal (Freiburg)
- Peter Kuhlmann (Göttingen)
- Irmgard Männlein-Robert (Tübingen)
- Rainer Nickel (Marburg)
- Christiane Reitz (Rostock)
- Antonios Rengakos (Thessaloniki)
- Markus Schauer (Bamberg)
- Christian Zgoll (Göttingen)
THE NEW FACE OF THE TUSCULUM COLLECTION
Taking a cue from the beloved design of the old editions, a new cover layout has been adopted for the series that elegantly combines classic and modern inspirations. All new volumes will feature this cover design.