Just before breaking up for term, here are details of a brand new journal:
Erudition and the Republic of Letters is a peer-reviewed journal devoted primarily to the history of scholarship, intellectual history, and to the respublica literaria broadly conceived.
It encapsulates multifarious aspects of higher learning as well as the manner in which such knowledge transcends confessional and geopolitical boundaries.
Brill 1, 2016-
Access is via SOLO and OU eJournals.
Table of content for volume 1, issue 1 (2016)
Iamblichus, Ficino and Schleiermacher on the Sources of Religious Knowledge
Author: James Hankins
pp.: 1–12 (12)
Christianity’s Jewish Origins Rediscovered: The Roles of Comparison in Early Modern Ecclesiastical Scholarship
Author: Anthony Grafton
pp.: 13–42 (30)
Erudition and Orthodoxy: John Fell and Patristic Scholarship in Restoration Oxford
Author: Jean-Louis Quantin
pp.: 43–78 (36)
Bernhard Pez: An Austrian Benedictine Scholar between Sacred Antiquarianism and New Practices of Scholarship
Authors: Thomas Stockinger and Thomas Wallnig
pp.: 79–105 (27)
World Antiquarianism: Comparative Perspectives. Edited by Alain Schnapp with Lothar von Falkenhausen, Peter N. Miller, and Tim Murray. Los Angeles, LA: Getty Research Institute, 2013. ISBN 978-1-60606-148-0
Author: Kelsey Jackson Williams
pp.: 107–111 (5)
World Philology, ed. Sheldon Pollock, Benjamin A. Elman, and Ku-ming Kevin Chang. xii + 452 pp. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015). ISBN: 9780674052864.
Author: James Turner
pp.: 112–116 (5)
Katherine Harloe, Winckelmann and the Invention of Antiquity. History and Aesthetics in the Age of Altertumswissenschaft (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), 304 pp. ISBN: 978-0-19-969584-3.
Author: Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann
pp.: 117–120 (4)