Poetics before Modernity: Literary Theory

in the West from Antiquity to 1700

ed. Vladimir Brljak and Micha Lazarus

(Oxford University Press, under contract)


Redraws the map of premodern poetic thought across traditional historical and disciplinary boundaries, featuring chapters by some of the leading scholars in the field: Gavin Alexander, Colin Burrow, Rita Copeland, Kathy Eden, Roland Greene, Beatrice Gründler, Stephen Halliwell, Philip Hardie, Andrew Laird, Peter Struck, Eric Weiskott, and Jon Whitman.

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'Artes poeticae: Formations and Transformations, 1500–1700'

ed. Vladimir Brljak and Micha Lazarus

special issue of Classical Receptions Journal 31.1 (2021)

Gathers ambitious new work on the poetics and literary criticism of sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century England, France, Italy, and Latin America, featuring contributions by Bryan Brazeau, James Hall, Michael Hetherington, Aaron Kachuck, Lucy Rayfield, Chris Stamatakis, Maya Feile Tomes, and Ted Tregear.

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updated 24 Jul 2021