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Philologus, founded in 1846, is one of the oldest and most respected periodicals in the field of Classics. It publishes articles on Greek and Latin literature, historiography, philosophy, history of religion, linguistics, reception, and the history of scholarship. The journal aims to contribute to our understanding of Greco-Roman culture and its lasting influence on European civilization.
The journal Philologus, conceived as a forum for discussion among different methodological approaches to the study of ancient texts and their reception, publishes original scholarly contributions with a strong international focus. Publications languages are: German, English, Italian, French.
As of 2014 the publication of supplementary volumes will be resumed. The series Philologus. Supplemente / Philologus. Supplementary Volumes will publish monographs and edited volumes pertaining to all aspects of the study of ancient literature and its reception, with a special focus on topics concerning literary theory, philosophy and the history of scholarship from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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Maria Sotera Fornaro (Sassari), Tobias Reinhardt (Oxford), Christoph Schubert (Erlangen-Nürnberg), Jan Stenger (Würzburg)
Editors in Chief:
Christoph Schubert (Erlangen-Nürnberg) und Jan Stenger (Würzburg)
Markus Asper (HU Berlin), Krystyna Bartol (Poznán), Therese Fuhrer (München), John Hamilton (Harvard), Gavin Kelly (Edinburgh), Peter E. Knox (Cleveland, OH), Danielle van Mal-Maeder (Lausanne), Enrico Medda (Pisa), Christof Rapp (LMU München), Alison Sharrock (Mancester), Ineke Sluiter (Leiden), Martin Vöhler (Thessaloniki)
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgEditorial Office Gräzistik: c/o Institut für Klassische Philologie, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Residenzplatz 2, Tor A, 97070 WürzburgEditorial Office Latinistik: c/o Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Alte Sprachen, Kochstraße 4/2, 91054 Erlangen