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Ramus, as its subtitle 'Critical Studies in Greek and Roman Literature' suggests, is a journal that focuses on literary analysis of works written in ancient Greek and Latin and produced in the period from Homer and Hesiod to the late antique/early Byzantine era. In more recent volumes it has also included studies on the relationship between literature and the visual arts and on reception.
The articles it publishes exemplify a wide range of methodologies and theoretical perspectives; the main requirement is that they be innovative and challenging, requiring readers to re-evaluate their positions on the works with which they deal. All articles are subject to anonymous peer review.