In Preparation and Forthcoming

David Ungvary, Converting Verse: The Poetics of Asceticism in Late Roman Gaul, Oxford Studies in Late Antiquity, Oxford: OUP, forthcoming September 2024. Has a chapter on Sidonius: ‘Announcing Renunciation: Sidonius Apollinaris and Poetic Disavowal’. Announcement

Joop van Waarden, ‘Sidonius’ Journey to Rome and Ockham’s Razor: An Essay’, in: Scott DiGiulio and Dominic Machado (eds), Poeticis magis decora? Latin Prose and the Limits of Intertextuality, forthcoming.

Alison John, Learning and Power in Late Antique Gaul: Classical Education and the End of Roman Rule, CUP, forthcoming late 2024/early 2025.

Pedro Benedetti, ‘Beyond Aristocratic Strategies: Subaltern and Popular Experiences in Sidonius’ Letters (430-486 AD)’, Alétheia – Estudos sobre História Antiga e Medievo.

Gavin Kelly and Aaron Pelttari (eds), Cambridge History of Later Latin Literature, CUP, forthcoming 2024. Look here

Joop van Waarden, ‘The Death and Public Rehabilitation of Apollinaris the Elder: Intertextuality with Lucan in Sidonius Ep. 3.12’, CQ forthcoming.

Luciana Furbetta, ‘Legere and/or tegere? Reflections on a Key Question for the Late Antique Author and His Readers’, in: The Stumbling Texts (and Stumbling Readers) of Late Latin Poetry (Basel conference volume).

Annick Stoehr-Monjou, ‘How to conclude? A poetics of contrast and paradox in Book 9 and especially in Epist. 9,13-16 by Sidonius Apollinaris’, in the same volume, draft online HAL.

Eve-Marie Becker, Ulrike Egelhaaf-Gaiser, Alfons Fürst (eds), Handbuch Brief: Antike, Berlin: De Gruyter.

Sigrid Mratschek is to produce the first German translation of Sidonius’ Poems (provisional title: Sidonius Apollinaris, Panegyrici und carmina, lateinisch – deutsch, Sammlung Tusculum: de Gruyter) with an introduction, notes, a research essay and a selected bibliography.

Walter Pohl, ‘The identities of Sidonius Apollinaris’, in: N. Kıvılcım Yavuz and Richard Broome, Transforming the Early Medieval World: Studies in Honour of Ian N. Wood, Romanitas 2, Leeds: Kısmet Press (currently being edited).

Jill Harries on Sidonius’ use of Claudian, in the same Festschrift Ian Wood.

Emanuela Colombi et al., Traditio Patrum. The Transmission of Latin Fathers in the Middle Ages, vol. 1 Scriptores Antenicaeni, Italiae, Galliae, Turnhout: Brepols.

SAxxi Project

Tiziana Brolli, Sidonio Apollinare. Il panegirico di Maggioriano. Traduzione e commento (PhD thesis, University of Turin 2005).

Luciana Furbetta, Sidonio Apollinare e l’imperatore Eparchio Avito. Testo, traduzione e commento dei carmi 6, 7 e 8 (University ‘La Sapienza’, Rome 2010).

Further Commentaries and Translations

Fabrizio Oppedisano, In lode di Antemio: L’ultimo panegirico di Roma imperiale, Saggi di Storia Antica 44, L’Erma di Bretschneider: Rome. Forthcoming 2024.

Giulia Marolla, Sidonius, Letters Book 5, second volume in preparation.

Willum Westenholz, ‘Sidonius Apollinaris Letters Book 6: A Commentary’, after PhD thesis Vienna supervised by Danuta Shanzer.

Marco Onorato, Epistulae Book 8. Introduction, text, translation, commentary.

Silvia Condorelli, Epistulae Book 9. Introduction, text, translation, commentary.

Joop van Waarden, Sidonius Apollinaris: Selected Letters, Cambridge ‘Green & Yellow’, under contract 2024.

Ongoing Project

Alexander Arweiler (Münster) is principal investigator of the project ‘Verhandlung und Kritik religiöser Evidenzansprüche in der Epistolographie zwischen Fronto und Sidonius’ (2019-2025). Link

Finished PhD Theses Not (Yet) Published

Ann-Kathrin Stähle, ‘…quid poema frangat? Zur Poetik des Bruchs in den Carmina des Sidonius Apollinaris’, PhD 2022 Basel.