Forthcoming Papers of the
Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts

The following papers have been reviewed, revised and accepted for publication. They will appear in one of the forthcoming issues of the Journal:

  1. J. Lynn Adams: Why we continually Misinterpret Classical Tragedy: Ancient Greek Law within the Tragic Tradition Available online 25 January 2018
  2. Aleksandra Tryniecka: “Adaptation” or “Appropriation”: Re-narrating the Victorian Past as an Ethical Decision Available online 23 August 2017
  3. Abdurrazzaq Hesamifar & Ali Naqi Baqershahi: Intellect in Alexander of Aphrodisias and Its Impact Upon Muslim Philosophers Available online 17 August 2017
  4. Richard McDonough: Wittgensteinʼs and Borgesʼ Labyrinth-Imagery Available online 27 July 2017
  5. David Z. Kushner:  Aram Khachaturian (1903-1978): A Retrospective Available online 7 June 2017
  6. Victoria Clebanov & Bennett Kravitz: Gaze of the Medusa: The Defeat of Hillary Clinton  Available online 1 June 2017
  7. Franco Scalenghe: The Dramatic Difference Between Epictetus and other Stoics in the Frequency of Use of the Terms “Hegemonic” and “Proairesis” Available online 21 April 2017
  8. Anila R. Scott-Monkhouse: Assessing the Legal English Skills of Italian Lawyers in a Perspective of Lifelong Learning – The EFLIT End-of-course Exam and University Testing: An Attempt to Cater for Real World Needs  Available online 3 March 2017
  9. Sidney Homan: The Threepenny Opera: A Directorʼs Take on an Unconventional Musical Available online 16 February 2017
  10. Mary Ellen Haupert: Weaving Words and Music: Fostering a Meaningful Intercultural Exchange through Music Composition Available online 1 February 2017
  11. Jonathan Needham: And a Hero Will Save Us; What Do Heroes from Ancient and Medieval Epics Teach Us in the 21st Century? Available online 24 January 2017
  12. John Maune:  Revealing Tells, Bawdy and Otherwise, in Coriolanus Available online 20 January 2017
  13. Albrecht Classen: The Human Quest for Happiness and Meaning: Old and New Perspectives. Religious, Philosophical, and Literary Reflections from the Past as a Platform for Our Future – St. Augustine, Boethius, and Gautier de Coincy Available online 11 January 2017
  14. Heather Roffe Wiktorski: Signifying Women – Politics of Gesture in Three Modern Dance Pioneers Available online 8 November 2016
  15. Ezgi Gökçe: Iznik Ceramics: History and Present-Day Available online 29 November 2016