Just received a copy of the 2008 English translation of Nemesius' "On the Nature of Man" by R.W. Sharples and P.J. van der Eijk. It's in the Liverpool U Press series Translated Texts for Historians. The book has a 30+ page introduction and I would say generous notes to the text, for a translation, usually commenting on the sources being utilized at a given location by Nemesius. Haven't had much time to read through it, but this is one of those works one sees cited for earlier material so often, but it's nice to have a study volume like this for the complete work itself.
It would appear that the TTH have a nice new and snazzy print format, for what that's worth. They have provided many useful texts over the last 20 years for students of late Antiquity - this one with the <Divine Institutes> of Lactantius are now more towards the more religio-philosophical bent than the purely historical like so many of their earlier productions, so it's nice to see another possibe venue it would appear for such works in translation.
Amazon entry for it:
Couldn't find any online reviews, though there is this Project Muse entry for one published in the Catholic History Review:
So I wonder if Claudius Mamertus might show up on their radar now...