This week I have sent to press the manuscript for The Routledge Handbook of the Stoic Tradition. The volume tries to map out the history of the reception of Stoic ideas from antiquity to the present. In my Introduction I say a bit about Hellenistic Stoicism and the transmission of Stoic texts from the decline of the Hellenistic Stoa down to the present day. The subsequent 26 chapters discuss the reception of Stoicism in Rome, Christianity, late antiquity (Neoplatonism, Augustine, Boethius), the Middle Ages, the Renaissance (in Italy; also Lipsius, Erasmus, Calvin), early modern philosophy and literature, and on to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Naturally it does not cover everything, and a couple of topics I had hoped to include fell out along the way, but at well over 200,000 words I hope it will be enough to give most people a good sense of the subject.
Hopefully it will come out in January/February 2016. There will be further updates on the Routledge website. You can see the full table of contents here.