About Classics Ireland
Classics Ireland is a peer-
Notes for Contributors
Contributions are welcome on all aspects of the language, history, archaeology, and literature of Greek and Roman antiquity, especially if there is an Irish dimension. Contributions should to be scholarly, but not technical. All Greek and Latin must be translated. Minimal footnotes are preferred. Articles should not normally exceed 5,000 words and will be independently refereed before formal acceptance for publication. Copyright remains with the author. Authors will receive one copy of the journal in which their article appears. Reviews should not normally exceed 1,000 words. Please address all manuscripts and books for review to Shane Wallace, Department of Classics, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2, Ireland (email@example.com).
Guidelines for Contributors
Classics Ireland is available in both print and electronic form. Previous issues are available on JSTOR to subscribing institutions and individuals (lt http://www.jstor.org/journal/classicsireland).
If you would like to subscribe to Classics Ireland please contact the membership secretary, Prof. Andrew Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), or the editor, Dr. Shane Wallace (lt email@example.com).
€30 – Ordinary Subscription
€20 – Student and Retired Subscription
Current Volume: Classics Ireland 23-
'Revisiting Sexual Invective: Demosthenes as Kinaidos in Aeschines’ Speeches', pgs. 1-
'From Halicarnassus to Cork: The story of how a collection of objects from Halicarnassus and Cnidus found their way to Queen’s College Cork in the 1860s', pgs. 31-
'Mapping the Athenian Democracy: Plutarch on the Political History of Athens', pgs. 50-
'Word and Deed: Brendan Kennelly’s Antigone', pgs. 102-
Presidential Address 2016
'Ancient Shipwrecks and New Insights', pgs. 130-
Book Reviews, pgs. 146-
Shane Wallace (Trinity College Dublin)
Isabella Bolger (Classical Association of Ireland)
John Curran (Queen's University Belfast)
Martine Cuypers (Trinity College Dublin)
Andrew Erskine (University of Edinburgh)
Edward Herring (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Fiona Macintosh (University of Oxford)
Maeve O’Brien (National University of Ireland, Maynooth)
Arryn Penn (Classical Association of Ireland Teachers)
Alexander Thein (University College Dublin)
Catherine Ware (University College Cork).
Jo Day (University College Dublin)
Raoul McLaughlin (Classical Association in Northern Ireland)
Conor Trainor (University of Warwick)