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Editorial Note

Louis Verreth

2022-06-23 Issue 7 • 2022 • Classics and Canonicity

Ins and Outs and Opened and Closed

Danuta Shanzer

2022-06-23 Issue 7 • 2022 • Classics and Canonicity

Writing in a World of Strangers: The Invention of Jewish Literature Revisited

Irene Zwiep

2022-06-23 Issue 7 • 2022 • Classics and Canonicity

The Ordeal of a Sixth-Century Josef K: Boethius’ De Consolatione Philosophiae as a Modernist Drama

Piet S. Gerbrandy

2022-06-23 Issue 7 • 2022 • Classics and Canonicity

A Critical Juncture: “Later” Latin Literature, the Newest Late Antiquity, and the Period of the Western Classic

Mark Vessey

2022-06-23 Issue 7 • 2022 • Classics and Canonicity

Bodily Exclusions? : Winckelmann’s Victims and the Paradox of Form

Rosa Maria Rodríguez Porto

2021-12-30 Issue 6 • 2021 • Winckelmann's Victims • 80–87

"Two Styles More Opposed": Harriet Hosmer's Classicisms Between Winckelmann and Bernini

Melissa L. Gustin

2021-12-30 Issue 6 • 2021 • Winckelmann's Victims • 1–31

The Future of Winckelmann’s Classical Form: Walter Pater and Frederic Leighton

Elizabeth Prettejohn

2021-12-30 Issue 6 • 2021 • Winckelmann's Victims • 33–56

Winckelmann in Nineveh: Assyrian Remains in the Age of Classics

Yannick Le Pape

2021-12-30 Issue 6 • 2021 • Winckelmann's Victims • 58–78

Editorial Note

Maxim Rigaux

2021-12-30 Issue 6 • 2021 • Winckelmann's Victims • iv–v