Issue 3 (January 2021):

Reform in the Long-Nineteenth Century

Review: Edith Hall and Henry Stead, A People’s History of Classics: Class and Greco-Roman Antiquity in Britain and Ireland, 1689 to 1939
Quentin Broughall - Independent Scholar
Author Biography:
Quentin J. Broughall is an independent scholar and writer. His research interests are centred on classical reception in Britain and the United States during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, especially how perceptions of imperial Rome evolved. His forthcoming book Gore Vidal and antiquity: sex, politics and religion will be published by Bloomsbury as part of its series Classical Receptions in Twentieth-Century Writing.


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