The UB Classics Department is home to Arethusa, one of the leading journals in the field. Arethusa publishes original, interdisciplinary literary and cultural studies of the ancient world and the field of classics, and promotes work that combines contemporary theoretical perspectives with more traditional approaches to literary and material evidence.
Arethusa Seminar Speakers
Arethusa contributes to the intellectual life of the department through the Arethusa Seminar Speakers series, and supports innovative interdisciplinary programming on the UB campus through the UB Humanities Institute.
Arethusa employs a graduate editorial assistant, offering students the chance to gain valuable experience in the academic publication process.
Arethusa’s thematic issues have responded to changes in the field, as well as presenting important original scholarship on various issues.
The following volumes can be purchased from new and used booksellers:
The following volumes are also available to order directly from Arethusa:*
*Prices are postpaid for book rate in the U.S. For mailing or overseas shipment, postage is additional. Please make checks payable to "Arethusa Monographs," and mail to:
Department of Classics
338 Academic Center
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14261
Roger D. Woodard, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
Clifford Ando, University of Chicago
Daniel W. Berman, Temple University
Maurizio Bettini, Università di Siena
Claude Calame, École des Hautes Études (Paris)
Joel Christensen, Brandeis University
Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
David Elmer, Harvard University
David Fredrick, University of Arkansas
Emily Greenwood, Harvard University
David Konstan, New York University
Jackie Murray, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
Kalliopi Nikolopoulou, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
Jordi Pàmias, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Vassiliki Panoussi, College of William and Mary
Caroline Stark, Howard University
Isabelle Torrance, Aarhus Universitet
Phiroze Vasunia, University College London
John J. Peradotto
Madeleine S. Kaufman