This page provides links/downloads for selected publications produced during the course of, and related to, our Leverhulme Trust Research Project, ‘mountains in ancient literature and culture and their postclassical tradition’.
Eds. Dawn Hollis and Jason König, Mountain Dialogues from Antiquity to Modernity (Bloomsbury, 2021).
Dawn Hollis, ‘Mountain Gloom and Mountain Glory: The Genealogy of an Idea’, in ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, published 30 May 2019, DOI: 10.1093/isle/isz044. Pre-print version available here.
Chloe Bray, ‘Approaching Landscape in the Classical Tradition: Panel Report’. Published online September 2018. Available here.
This report is the result of a 3-day panel hosted at the 11th Celtic Conference in Classics, 11th-14th July at the University of St Andrews. It includes a thematic summary of the discussions coming out of 20 different papers on methodological and theoretical approaches to landscape, and brief bibliographies from each panel participant. It is intended as a resource for anyone interested in pursuing research into landscape in a classical context. You can read more about the panel here and here.
Jason König and Dawn Hollis, ‘Fire and Fury: observing volcanoes in the ancient landscape’, in Viewpoint: Magazine of the British Society for the History of Science 115, 11-13. PDF of full Viewpoint issue available here.