Cognitive Classics is a platform for classicists and others interested in cognitive approaches to the humanities. It is the home of two bibliographies: a cognitive humanities bibliography, and a cognitive classics bibliography.
Cognitive Classics is a platform for classicists and others interested in cognitive approaches to the humanities.
It houses two annotated bibliographies: a selective Cognitive Humanities bibliography and a more comprehensive Cognitive Classics bibliography. The background to the project can be found here.
The site is managed by Felix Budelmann and Katharine Earnshaw. The Cognitive Humanities bibliography and the Empirical Methods sections were compiled by Emily Troscianko, with funding from the University of Oxford’s Fell Fund and St. John’s College, Oxford. Entries in the Cognitive Classics bibliography are crowdsourced from the authors.
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