Building on the foundations of scholarship within the disciplines of philology, philosophy, history, and archaeology, this series spans the continuum of Greek traditions extending from the second millennium, B.C. to the present-not just the Archaic and Classical periods. The aim is to enhance perspectives by applying various disciplines to problems that have in the past been treated as the exclusive concern of a single given discipline.
Editor(s): Gregory Nagy, Harvard University. Executive Editors: Corinne Pache (firstname.lastname@example.org), Emily Allen Hornblower (email@example.com), and Eirene Visvardi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Advisory Board: Mary Ebbott, Casey Dué Hackney, Leonard Muellner, Olga Levaniouk, Timothy Powers, Jennifer R. Kellogg, and Ivy Livingston