The Warren Moon Series in Art and Archaeology
Building on the legacy of Warren Moon and volumes produced during the first decades of the Wisconsin Studies of Classics series, The Warren Moon Series in Art and Archaeology seeks to publish innovative monographs and collections exploring the material and visual culture of the ancient Mediterranean from the end of the Bronze Age into Late Antiquity. These studies emphasize new approaches to ancient archaeological contexts and visual media, and aim to generate new insights into ancient culture.
Please send all inquiries to UW Press Acquisitions Editor Amber Rose Cederström.
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Eclogues and Georgics
“Wells's translations are poetry in their own right—the work of a poet and created as poetic works—and marry deft use of English rhythms and cadences with fidelity to Vergil's Latin. The skillful metrical scheme and lexical choices (especially the striking and inventive compounds) make it a pleasure to read. I felt as though I was reading both texts anew.”
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Ovid's “Heroides” and the Augustan Principate
“Ovid's Heroides and the Augustan Principate provides an innovative, new avenue for reading the Heroides, pushing us to see the work as far more subversive than typically thought, as one that deviates from canonical narratives and creates sympathy for the powerless in the face of the powerful.”
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Sardis from the King's Peace to the Peace of Apamea