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  • Editor's Preface
  • Angeliki Tzanetou

It is with great pleasure that we present to our readers another volume of Illinois Classical Studies. The first of the two issues to be published in 2019, this volume features articles on Greek and Latin literature, reception, ancient and modern, and on the history of classical scholarship. The Spring issue also includes a Special Section on "Plutarch and Gender," guest-edited by Daniel W. Leon of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I am most grateful to Daniel Leon for collecting the articles and his close collaboration on this project.

The journal accepts on-line submissions through the Open Journal System (; all submissions are then reviewed by two anonymous referees. ICS is also available on J-STOR and on Project Muse, both in the archives and the current scholarship.

I would like to thank all authors of the articles, as well as the authors of all submitted papers to our journal. As always, I am indebted to all anonymous reviewers who facilitate my task as editor by providing constructive comments and feedback, even if most of the time this process entails a negative response to the author. I would like to thank once again Antony Augoustakis, Head of Classics as well as the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Associate Dean Martin Camargo in particular, for their continuing support. I wish to thank also Clydette Wantland, Kristen Dean-Grossmann, and the team at the University of Illinois Press for all their help and assistance. My editorial assistant for ICS 43.1, Konstantinos Arampapaslis, deserves special thanks for his diligent, steadfast contributions and careful assistance with the production of this volume. [End Page viii]

Angeliki Tzanetou
Id. Mart. MMXIX Urbana, IL


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