Latest Academic publications
Univ is proud to showcase here a small selection of recent publications from our College academic family.
Professor Ruth Chang, Professorial Fellow, co-edited The Routledge Handbook of Practical Reason, which attempts to demarcate a new and burgeoning field in philosophy with relevance to other disciplines such as law and politics by bringing together 36 international scholars to contribute to the field.
Together with Jonathan Shepard, Jo Van Steenbergen and Björn Weiler, Professor Catherine Holmes, A.D.M. Cox Old Members’ Fellow and Praelector in Medieval History, edited a framework book for the comparative study of medieval political societies in west Eurasia: Political Culture in the Latin West, Byzantium and the Islamic World, c., 700-1500 (Cambridge, 2021).
Professor Lisa Kallet, George Cawkwell Tutorial Fellow in Ancient History, co-authored (with JH Kroll) The Athenian Empire: Using Coins as Sources. (Cambridge, 2020), the first monograph devoted entirely to the abundant and crucial body of evidence for the fifth-century B.C. Athenian Empire that has traditionally been dominated by literary and epigraphic sources.
Emeritus Fellow, Alexander Murray’s book, Reason and Society in the Middle Ages (OUP, 1978), is to be translated into Russian.
Professor Christopher Pelling, Honorary and Emeritus Fellow, has three forthcoming books, commentaries on Thucydides 6 and Thucydides 7 in the Cambridge Green and Latin Classics series (CUP) and Classical Scholarship and its History: Essays in honour of Christopher Stray, edited by Stephen Harrison and Christopher Pelling (de Gruyter).
Published: 10 August 2021