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. Albrecht Classen: Exploration of the Self in a Religious-Ethical Context from Late Antiquity through the Early Renaissance: St. Augustine, Boethius, and Petrarch – Past Ideas for our Future Available online 9 November 2022
  2. Ranko Kozić: Philosophical plasma in Dio Chrysostom’s Fourth Discourse on Kingship and Socrates’ Political Testament in Alcibiades Available online 31 October 2022
  3. Juan Ramón García Carretero & Juan Antonio Martín Ruiz: Zoomorphic Askos from Beatas Street Necropolis Preserved in the Museum of Malaga in Spain Available online 25 September 2022
  4. Justyna Rusak: Alienation and Identity Crisis in the Apocalyptic World of Katherine Anne Porter Available online 19 September 2022
  5. Michael Steppat: The African Imprint in Shakespeare Available online 14 September 2022
  6. Andrea Eis: Iphigeneia Breathes: A Filmic Musing on the Winds, Breathing, Life, and the Imagination Available online 5 September 2022
  7. Andrew Terleckyj: The Old Modernist Challenge: Navigating the Hypermodern World of Don DeLillo’s White Noise Available online 3 May 2022
  8. Adem Genç & Ahmet Feyzi Korur: Art Studio Supervision with or without Exposure: A Sample Survey of Implementation for Graduate Student Achievement at Altinbas University Available online 12 April 2022
  9. Albrecht Classen: The Ambraser Heldenbuch – A Major Compilation of Middle High German Narrative Poetry for Posterity Habsburg, German, or Austrian? Available online 5 April 2022
  10. Monica Toledo Silva: Body Lands: Image Performativity in Object and Shadow Available online 22 March 2022
  11. Assaf Meydani: Applied Democracy in Light of the Five “Iso”s of Democracy Available online 8 March 2022
  12. Ranko Kozić: Rohde’s Theory of Relationship between the Novel and Rhetoric and the Problem of Evaluating the Entire Corpus of Post-Classical Greek Literature Available online 2 March 2022
  13. Ottavio Anania: Analogy between Ancient Techniques of Theatrical Scenography and Shipbuilding Research Project: Iter Teatro – A Nautical, Nomadic Stage Using Water as Dramaturgical Element Available online 28 February 2022
  14. Adrian Estrela Pereira, Ekaterina Konopleva, Jehan Alghneimin, Nicole Kasbary & György Mészáros: Musical Instruments’ African-Based Studies: The Application of the Afro-Brazilian Knowledge to Study Non-African-based Musical Instruments Available online 25 February 2022
  15. Marta Miquel-Baldellou: From Margo Channing to Margaret Elliot: The Aging Actress, Age Performance, and the Dictates of Aging in Joseph Mankiewicz’s All about Eve and Stuart Heisler’s The Star Available online 24 February 2022
  16. Carin Silkaitis & Zoe Rose Kriegler-Wenk: The Need for Embodied Dramaturgy: The Laramie Project and Generation Z Available online 15 February 2022
  17. Ibis Gomez-Vega: Baseball, Manhood, and Fathering Gay Children in Tom Perrotta’s “The Smile on Happy Chang’s Face” Available online 1 February 2022
  18. Antonia Cristina Pires, Gustavo Tanus & Filipe Schettini: Picture-Skin, Music-Muscle: The Intersemiotic/Intermedia Body of Olney São Paulo’s Manhã Cinzenta Available online 28 January 2022
  19. Rui Rego: Oedipus’s Responsibility: The Problem of Moral Luck According to Bernard Williams and Thomas Nagel Available online 24 January 2022
  20. Elizabeth Bucura: Bonding and Bridging: Perceptions of Social Capital in Community Music Available online 31 December 2021