Dr. Boris Maslov from the University of Oslo has kindly shared a list of recommended reading on philology based on his seminar at Komplitt,

de Man, Paul. “The Return to Philology,” in The Resistance to Theory (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1986), 21-26.

Ginzburg, Carlo. History, Rhetoric, and Proof. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1999.

Gumbrecht, Hans Ulrich. The Powers of Philology: dynamics of textual scholarship. Urbana, Il.: University of Illinois Press, 2003.

Hamilton, John. Security: Politics, Humanity, and Philology of Care. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2017.

Hamilton, John. Philology of the Flesh. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019.

Jakobson, Roman. “Closing statement: Linguistics and Poetics.” Style in Language, ed. by T.A. Sebeok, 350-377. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Ker, James. “Nocturnal Writers in Imperial Rome: The Culture of Lucubratio.” Classical Philology 99.3 (2004): 209-242.

Knox, Peter E. “Cicero as a Hellenistic Poet.” CQ 61.1 (2011): 192-204.

Konstan, David. “The Birth of the Reader.” Scholia N.S. 13 (2004) 3-27.

Maslov, Boris. “How to Murder a Word of Art: Philology, Historical Poetics, and the Morphological Method.” Poetics Today 38.3 (2017): 485-518.

Pollock, Sheldon. “Future Philology: The Fate of a Soft Science in a Hard World.” Critical Inquiry 35.4 (2009) 931-61.

Porter, James. Nietzsche and the Philology of the Future. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2000.

Svetlikova, Ilona. Istoki russkogo formalizma. Traditsiia psikhologizma i formal’naia shkola. Moscow: NLO, 2005.

Tynianov, Yuri. 1981 (1924). The Problem of Verse Language. Translated by M. Sosa and B. Harvey.

Turner, James. Philology. The Forgotten Origins of the Humanities. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014.

Weller, Shane. “Active Philology: Barthes and Nietzsche.” French Studies 73.2 (2019) 217-233.