Browse other BOOK SERIES

Rome Studies

Archaeology, History, and Literature

Editors: Trine Arlund Hass Rubina Raja
Publishing Manager: Rosie Bonté
List of Publications

ISSN 2983-9785

Method of peer review
single-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist

Rome, 2000 BCE to modern times, Classical Studies, Reception, Roman culture

Accepted Language(s):
German, English, French, Italian

Accepts Contributions in Open Access


Rome, long known as the Eternal City, has proved a perpetual source of fascination for historians, archaeologists, literary scholars, and art historians. From prehistoric activity in the area that was to become an urban centre, through the heyday of the Roman Empire, and after, via the Renaissance and up to the modern day, the importance of Rome as both place and ideological concept has endured. This unique interdisciplinary series encourages a focus on all aspects of Rome and the Roman world from the paleolithic up to modern times, with the aim of drawing together different research fields and traditions in one place for the first time. Promoting cutting-edge and innovative new research in disciplines including archaeology, history, philology, historiography, theology, and church history, the series welcomes proposals for both monographs and edited collections that can contribute to a wider understanding of both Rome and its legacy over time.


    General Editors

    Trine Arlund Hass, Aarhus Universitet
    Rubina Raja, Aarhus Universitet

    Advisory Board
    Henriette van der Blom, University of Birmingham
    Sine Grove Saxkjær, Aarhus Universitet
    Christopher Hallett, University of California, Berkeley
    Christopher Smith, University of St Andrews