Special issues of Classical Receptions Journal
The Legacy of Greek Political Thought
Guest edited by Barbara Goff and Miriam Leonard
This special issue examines 'lesser known' figures in the Ancient Greek political tradition, and how classical reception studies can be used to develop a more complex understanding of the modern heirs of ancient political thought.
The Legacy of the Roman Republican Senate
Guest edited by Catherine Steel
This special issue looks at the how the republican form of Roman government has provided a significant model for subsequent political theory and practice within western political traditions.
CRJ regularly publishes special issues on topics of interest across the field from receptions in literature to political theory.
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The legacy of ancient Greek political thought, from Antigone to Xenophon
Read the blog post by Barbara Goff and Miriam Leonard
Image: Plato’s Symposium – Anselm Feuerbach. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.
The afterlife of the Roman Senate
Read the blog post by Catherine Steel
Image credit: Representation of a sitting of the Roman senate: “Cicero Denounces Catiline.” Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
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