The Historiography of Rome and Its Empire series aims to gather innovative and outstanding contributions in order to identity debates and trends, and in order to help provide a better understanding of ancient historiography, as well as how to approach Roman history and historiography. We would particularly welcome proposals that look at both Roman and Greek writers, but are also happy to look at ones which focus on individual writers, or individuals in the same tradition. It is timely and valuable to bring these trends and historical sources together by founding the Series, focusing mainly on the Republican period and the principate, as well as the Later Roman Empire.
Rhiannon Ash (Oxford, UK)
Henning Börm (Konstanz, Germany)
Alain Gowing (University of Washington, USA)
Adam Kemezis (Alberta, Canada)
Christina S. Kraus (Yale, USA)
J.E. Lendon (University of Virginia, USA)
Josiah Osgood (Georgetown, USA)
John Rich (Nottingham, UK)
Federico Santangelo (Newcastle, UK)
Catherine Steel (Glasgow, UK)
Frederik J. Vervaet (Melbourne, Australia)
Johannes Wienand (Düsseldorf, Germany)
Visit the series website.
Proposal-page and the Author guide on Brill’s website.
(Carsten Hjort Lange)