Dawn L. Hollis, Mountains Before Mountaineering: The Call of the Peaks Before the Modern Age (forthcoming with The History Press).
Jason König, The Folds of Olympus: Mountains in Ancient Greek and Roman Culture (Princeton University Press, 2022).
Articles / Book Chapters
Jason König, ‘Generic enrichment in Plutarch’s mountain-battle landscapes’, in Chrysanthos Chrysanthou and Tim Duff (eds.) Generic Enrichment in Plutarch’s Lives, Routledge (forthcoming).
Jason König, ‘Pausanias’ haptic geography: bodies and landscapes in the Periegesis’, Classical Antiquity 2023 (forthcoming).
Jason König, ‘Suburban saints: space, place and environment in Theodoret’s Religious History’, in Carlos Machado and Rebecca Sweetman (eds.) Lived Space in Late Antiquity, Routledge (forthcoming).
Jason König, ‘Marginal voices, ethnographic judgement and antiquarian self-definition in Edward Daniel Clarke’s Travels’, in Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis (ed.) Travel and Archaeology in Ottoman Greece, Routledge/British School at Athens (forthcoming).
Dawn Hollis, ‘The natural sublime in the seventeenth century’ in ed. Cian Duffy, The Cambridge Companion to the Romantic Sublime (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2023).
Jason König, Ecocritical Readings in Late Hellenistic Literature: Landscape Alteration and Hybris in Strabo and Diodorus’ in eds. Jason König and Nicolas Wiater, Late Hellenistic Greek Literature in Dialogue (Cambridge University Press, 2022).
Dawn Hollis, ‘Constructing the classical past: the role of landscape in Christopher Wordsworth’s Greece’, Classical Receptions Journal 14:2 (2022). Open Access.
Dawn Hollis, ‘The “authority of the ancients”? Seventeenth-century natural philosophy and aesthetic responses to mountains’ in eds. Jason König and Dawn Hollis, Mountain Dialogues from Antiquity to Modernity (Bloomsbury Academic, hardback 2021, paperback 2022). Open Access version here.
Jason König, ‘Edward Dodwell in the Peloponnese: Mountains and the classical past in nineteenth-century Mediterranean travel writing’ in eds. Jason König and Dawn Hollis, Mountain Dialogues from Antiquity to Modernity (Bloomsbury Academic, hardback 2021, paperback 2022).
Dawn Hollis, ‘Aesthetic Experience, Investigation and Classic Ground: Responses to Etna from the First Century CE to 1773’, The Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 83:1 (2020). Open Access.
Jason König, ‘Mountain and city in Dio Chrysostom’s Euboicus’, in Matteo Taufer (ed.) La montagna nell’antichità – Berge in der Antike – Mountains in Antiquity (Rombach Verlag, 2019): 327-45.
Dawn Hollis, ‘Mountain gloom and mountain glory: the genealogy of an idea’ in ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 26:4 (Autumn 2019), 1038-1061. Open Access version here.
Jason König, ‘Rethinking Landscape in Ancient Fiction: Mountains in Apuleius and Jerome’ in eds. Marília P. Futre Pinheiro, David Konstan and Bruce Duncan MacQueen, Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel (De Gruyter, 2018), pp. 277-290.
Jason König, ‘Strabo’s Mountains’ in eds. J. McInerney and I. Sluiter, Valuing Landscape in Classical Antiquity: Natural Environment and Cultural Imagination (Brill, 2016), pp. 46-69.
Dawn Hollis, ‘Is it time to stop climbing mountains? Obsession with reaching summits is a modern invention’, The Conversation August 21, 2020.
Jason König and Dawn Hollis, ‘Fire and Fury: observing volcanoes in the ancient landscape’, Viewpoint, 115 (March 2018), 11-13. PDF download of full issue here.
Dawn Hollis, ‘Rethinking Mountain Gloom’ in Alpinist 57 (2017), pp.105-108.
Dawn Hollis, review of G.D. Williams, Pietro Bembo and Etna (2017) in The Classical Review (2018).
Dawn Hollis, review of Bernard Debarbieux and Gilles Rudaz, The mountain: a political history from the enlightenment to the present (2015) in Global Intellectual History 3:1 (2018), 113-117. Open Access version here.