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Cornell Studies in Classical Philology

The series Cornell Studies in Classical Philology, founded in 1887, is published jointly by the Cornell University Department of Classics and Cornell University Press. It includes monographs on a wide range of subjects within the field of classical studies, including literature, history, art, and archaeology. Authors included in the series traditionally have some association, past or present, with Cornell University.

The series also comprises published versions of the Townsend Lectures presented at Cornell, featuring scholars of international reputation who are in the forefront of current classical research and whose work represents the kind of close reading of texts that has become associated with current literary discourse, or reflects broad interdisciplinary concerns, or both.

Manuscripts submitted are evaluated both by the Classics Department faculty and referees for Cornell University Press.

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