Ancient Narrative

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From: vbell@ccat.sas.upenn.edu (Vance Bell)
Subject: Ancient Narrative
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 20:06:54 -0400 (EDT)

Ancient Narrative

http://www.ancientnarrative.com

ISSN 1568-3532

As the name Ancient Narrative indicates, the areas of interest of the new
journal are: Greek, Roman, Jewish novelistic traditions, including novels
proper, the 'fringe', as well as the fragments narrative texts of the
Byzantine age, early Christian narrative texts - and the reception of
these works in modern literature, film and music. Ancient Narrative
encourages approaches which range from editorial and philological work on
these texts, and literary-theoretical studies, to theological,
sociological, cultural and anthropological approaches. No particular area
or methodology is preferred. The audience of our journal comprises not
only those who are working mainly in classical or religious studies, but
all those who are interested in the birth and development of narrative
fiction in all its aspects, from antiquity to the modern times.

Issues of the electronic journal AN appear on the Internet three times a
year, on May 1, September 1 and December 1. Moreover, a printed version
containing revised versions of articles which have been discussed in the
electronic version of AN will appear in a printed volume to be published
once a year. Special, theme-oriented issues of the electronic journal, as
well as of the annual printed volume of AN have also been planned. The
first theme- oriented issue will appear in 2002.

The journal itself, with the table of contents, abstracts, reviews and
news is available in HTML format without a subscription. Full-text
articles are in PDF format and are available to subscribers only.

Contact:

Publisher: Roelf Barkhuis editor: Maaike Zimmerman
Email: info@barkhuis.nl m.zimmerman-de.graaf@let.rug.nl

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, November 20, 2001
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