In Preparation and Forthcoming

Tiziana Brolli is coming up with an article on Carmen 13 in Wiener Studien (2020).

Harm Pinkster, Oxford Latin Syntax, volume 2 Complex Sentences and Discourse Phenomena (expected Summer 2020).

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

Stefania Santelia, ‘Barbari crapuloni, “afasie” poetiche e Muse ubriache: il De conviviis barbaris, Anth. Lat. 285 Bergasa (285-285a R., 279-280 Sh.B.) tra Sidonio ed Ennodio’, and an article on applicare theta in Carm. 9.335.

Michael Hanaghan, Sidonius Apollinaris contra Claudianus Mamertus: Jerome, Julianus Pomerius, and the Subversion of Praise’, Journal of Early Christian Studies 29.3 (forthcoming 2021).

Jesús Hernández Lobato and Óscar Prieto Domínguez (eds), Literature Squared: Self-Reflexivity in Late Antique Literature (Papers of the fifth ISLALS conference at Salamanca, October 2017), Studi e testi tardoantichi 18, Turnhout: Brepols, March 2020. Chapters by Marco Onorato, Margot Neger, and Helen Kaufmann, among others. See publisher’s catalogue.

Joop van Waarden, Sidonius Apollinaris’, in: The Oxford Classical Dictionary, 5th digital edition: April-June 2020

Filomena Giannotti, ‘Vivet in posterum nominis tui gloria: la lettera di Sidonio a Fortunale (VIII 5)’, Maia.

Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer and Judith Hindermann (eds), Leisure and the Muses in Sidonius Apollinaris, Journal of Late Antiquity 13, 2020.

Margot Neger, ‘Epigramme im narrativen Kontext: Das Handtuch des Philomatius bei Sidonius Epist. 5,17′, Rheinisches Museum

Brill Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, eds David G. Hunter, Paul J.J. van Geest and Bert Jan Lietaert Peerbolte, Leiden: Brill (forthcoming online 2019-2021, in 2022 six volumes in print)
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Madeleine St. Marie (UC Riverside) has begun writing a PhD thesis on ‘Sidonius Apollinaris the Bishop: Power, Authority, and Episcopal Self-Presentation in Fifth-Century Gaul’ (supervisor Michele Salzman, 2018-2020).

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’, doctoral thesis June 2018 (supervisors Marie Ledentu and Bruno Bureau, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3).

Sara Fascione, ‘Simmaco e la difesa della Romanitas nell’ottavo libro delle Epistole di Sidonio Apollinare’, forthcoming in Koinonia 43, 2019. Moreover, expected publication date 2020: a substantial article on the reception of Symmachus in Sidonius Apollinaris’ Letters and an article on the arrangement of Symmachus’ Letters, comparing Pliny’s, Symmachus’ and Sidonius’ letter collections.

Gavin Kelly and Aaron Pelttari, Cambridge History of Later Latin Literature.

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

Helga Köhler, Lemma ‘Sidonius Apollinaris’ for Eve-Marie Becker, Ulrike Egelhaaf-Gaiser, Alfons Fürst (eds), Handbuch Brief: Antike, Berlin: De Gruyter, expected June 2021.

Joop van Waarden, ‘The Emergence of the Gallic Rogations in a Cognitive Perspective’, in A.C. Geljon and N.M. Vos (eds), Traditions and Transformation: Rituals in Early Christianity, Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae, Leiden: Brill, expected 2020.

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, Leeds: Kısmet Press, expected Autumn 2019.

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

At the Institute for Postclassical Studies at Belgorod State University, Russia, Elena Viktorovna Litovchenko and Nikolai Nikolaevich Bolgov are translating both Sidonius’ letters and his poetry. see Scholarship page > Russia

Emanuela Colombi et al., Traditio Patrum. The Transmission of Latin Fathers in the Middle Ages, vol. 1 Scriptores Antenicaeni, Italiae, Galliae, Turnhout: Brepols, 2013.

SAxxi Project

Gavin Kelly and Joop van Waarden (eds), The Edinburgh Companion to Sidonius Apollinaris, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming March 2020. See publisher’s catalogue | table of contents

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).

Judith Hindermann, Epistulae Book 2. Introduction, text, translation, commentary.

Further Commentaries and Translations

Fabrizio Oppedisano, A translation and commentary of Sidonius’ Panegyric on Anthemius (Carm. 1-2). Forthcoming 2019.

Stefania Santelia and Silvia Condorelli, Sidonio Apollinare. Carmina minora. Testo, traduzione e note a c. di Stefania Santelia, con una introduzione di Silvia Condorelli. Scheduled 2020.

Filomena Giannotti, Epistulae Book 3. Introduction, text, translation, commentary.

Giulia Marolla, A commentary on Correspondence Book 5 (PhD thesis University of San Marino, supervisor Gavin Kelly).

Willum Westenholz, A commentary on Correspondence Book 6, including a study of letters of recommendation, as a PhD project at the University of Vienna under supervision of Danuta Shanzer.

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

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

Roger Green, A New English Verse Translation of Sidonius’ Poetry, TTH, expected 2019.

Patrizia Mascoli, The first Italian translation of Sidonius’ correspondence.

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.