In Preparation and Forthcoming

John Collis, ‘Where Did Sidonius Apollinaris Live?’, in: Martin Henig, Grahame Soffe, Kate Adcock and Anthony King (eds), Villas, Sanctuaries and Settlement in the Romano-British Countryside: New Perspectives and Controversies, Roman Archaeology 95, Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 332-41, forthcoming January 2023. See catalogue

Gaëlle Herbert de la Portbarré-Viard, Naissance du discours sur les édifices chrétiens dans la littérature latine occidentale: d’Ambroise de Milan à Grégoire de Tours, Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming April 2023. catalogue

As to Sidonius the book discusses: Les descriptions d’édifices religieux dans l’œuvre de Sidoine Apollinaire | Les vers consacrés à la description de l’église de Lyon, à la demande de l’évêque Patiens et leur présentation par Sidoine, Lettre 2, 10, 2-4 | Nouvelle évocation de l’œuvre édificatrice de Patiens de Lyon, Lettre 6, 12, 3-4 | Évocation de la reconstruction (ou agrandissement) de la basilique Saint-Martin de Tours et les vers que Sidoine a composés à ce sujet à la demande de l’évêque Perpetuus, Lettre 4, 18, 4 | Autres passages de Sidoine Apollinaire évoquant avec un certain degré de précision des édifices religieux.
Its second part is a full glossary of the vocabulary of the description of Christian buildings.

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).

Jeroen Wijnendaele (ed.), Late Roman Italy: Imperium to Regnum, Edinburgh: EUP, forthcoming September 2023. Features, among other chapters, Adrastos Omissi on the representation of Italia in the panegyrics from the Tetrarchy up to and including Theodoric. See catalogue

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’, draft online HAL.

Tabea Meurer, ‘Spatia vitae. Social Time Issues in Sidonius’, Hermes, forthcoming.

Veronika Egetenmeyr and Tabea L. Meurer (eds), Gallia docta? Education and In-/Exclusion in Late Antique Gaul, Seraphim, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, forthcoming 2023.

Joop van Waarden, ‘A Gentleman Weighs His “You” and “I”: Inclusion in the Letters of Faustus, Mamertus Claudianus, Ruricius, Avitus and Ennodius’, in Egetenmeyr and Meurer.

Eve-Marie Becker, Ulrike Egelhaaf-Gaiser, Alfons Fürst (eds), Handbuch Brief: Antike, Berlin: De Gruyter, expected June 2023.

Sara Fascione (ed.), Concatenantur sibi epistulae nostrae. Reading Ancient Latin Letter Collections, Echo series, Foggia: Il Castello Edizioni, expected 2022.

Sigrid Mratschek is to make 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.

Antonella Bruzzone on the Gigantomachy in Claudian and Sidonius (in press).

Audrey Becker and Samuel Cohen (eds), Bishops and Barbarians facing disaster in western Europe during Late Antiquity, Studies in Late Antiquity, special issue, forthcoming.

Joshua Hartman and Helen Kaufmann are preparing a co-authored volume reassessing Michael Roberts’ The Jeweled Style, thirty years on from its publication.

Brill Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, eds David G. Hunter, Paul J.J. van Geest and Bert Jan Lietaert Peerbolte, Leiden: Brill (online, in 2023 six volumes in print).
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Gavin Kelly and Aaron Pelttari, Cambridge History of Later Latin Literature.

Zoja Pavlovskis-Petit, Poetry as Spiritual Refuge: Creative Memory in Late Latin Literature.

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, forthcoming Spring 2022.

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 December 2022.

Stefania Santelia and Silvia Condorelli, Sidonio Apollinare. Carmina minora. Testo, traduzione e note a c. di Stefania Santelia, con una introduzione di Silvia Condorelli. Expected early 2023.

Giulia Marolla, Sidonius Apollinaris, Letters Book 5 Part 1: Text, Translation, and Commentary, Edinburgh Studies in Later Latin Literature, EUP, forthcoming April 2023. Second volume in preparation.

Willum Westenholz, ‘Sidonius Apollinaris Letters Book 6: A Commentary’, 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.

Finished PhD theses not (yet) published

Alison John, ‘Learning and Power: A Cultural History of Education in Late Antique Gaul’, PhD 2018 Edinburgh.

Lucie Desbrosses, ‘Sidoine Apollinaire et la Gaule chrétienne au Ve siècle’, PhD 2018 Besançon.

Camille Bonnan-Garçon, ‘L’épigramme et la lettre d’Ausone à Ennode de Pavie: étude stylistique littéraire et historique d’une contiguïté générique dans l’antiquité tardive’, PhD 2018 Lyon 3, here.