New Voices in Classical Reception Studies is a refereed electronic journal. Most of the 'new voices' are early career researchers such as recent post-docs and advanced graduate students or people who have changed research direction and are starting to publish their work in areas relevant to classical reception.

We now invite further submissions for the 2009 edition (deadline: 31st October 2008).

Details of how to submit an article for consideration are available on the New Voices website and the editor, Lorna Hardwick (l.p.hardwick AT, will be glad to answer any queries.

Contents of the current edition - Issue 3 (2008) - now available online:

The Riddle of the Oedipus: Practising Reception and Antebellum American Theatre
Robert Davis, City University of New York, Graduate Center
Monumental Texts in Ruins: Greek Tragedy in Greece and Michael Marmarinos's Postmodern Stagings
Eleftheria Ioannidou, St. Cross College, Oxford University
'Rewrite this ancient end!' Staging transition in post-apartheid South Africa
Astrid Van Weyenberg, University of Amsterdam
Classics as a Test of Character in Victorian Public School Stories
Elizabeth Hale, University of New England, NSW
The Voice of Cassandra: Florence Nightingale's Cassandra (1852) and the Victorian Woman
Laura Monros-Gaspar, Universitat de València
The Renault Bagoas: The Treatment of Alexander the Great's Eunuch in Mary Renault's The Persian Boy
Shaun Tougher, Cardiff University