The aim of this page has been to share research-in-progress with as wide a range of scholars as possible on topics connected with the main themes of the project. Working Papers were commissioned over the five-year period (2011-2016) when the project was active, following the model established by the Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics and the Lampeter Working Papers in Classics. Not all Working Papers originally published in our Working Papers series are available now; several have been removed following formal publication in other formats. Working Papers available for download are listed under ‘Articles’ on the right hand side of this page.
The following copyright statement (derived from the model established by the Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics and the Lampeter Working Papers in Classics) applies to all papers published on this site.
All working papers posted on the site are maintained unless otherwise notified by the author(s). Copyright to papers published on this site remains with the author(s) or their assignees. Users of this site may download papers and produce them for their own personal use, subject to the ordinary rules governing fair use of professional scholarship; but downloading of papers for any other activity, including reposting to other electronic bulletin boards or archives, may not be done without the written consent of the author(s). Working papers may be cited without seeking prior permission from the author. The proper form for citing working papers in this series is:
Author (year, month). Title. Working Papers on Nervan, Trajanic and Hadrianic Literature [publication no.] (http://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/literaryinteractions/).
Posting a paper on this site does not preclude simultaneous or subsequent publication elsewhere, including other working papers series. The copyright of a working paper is held by the author. Upon print publication, copyright will often be formally transferred to the publisher. It is therefore the author’s responsibility to know if copyright has been transferred and to notify Alice König to have it removed from the site, if necessary. In those cases where the author has retained copyright, it is the author’s responsibility to notify when and if they wish to have the paper removed.