The volume After the Crisis: Remembrance, Re-anchoring and Recovery in Ancient Greece and Rome has been published by Bloomsbury Press. It is available from Bloomsbury here in hard copy or as an eBook, or wherever books are sold (support your local bookstore)! If you would like to receive a review copy, please contact the press at academicreviews – at – bloomsbury.com. Through the end of May 2020, because of the COVID19 global crisis, you can access the eBook for free by following the steps described here.
From the cover jacket:
“A highly impressive collection of scholarship by leading experts that reminds us in the modern world, that antiquity too was characterised by crises, yet, despite the marks such challenges leave, crises must necessarily pass, communities can recover and they do reconstitute themselves.” – Jason Crowley, Senior Lecturer in Ancient History, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.