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145th Annual Meeting Abstracts

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Session/Paper Numbersort descending Session/Panel Title Abstract Title Presenter Name

1.1

Greek Language and Linguistics

Evidence for an Innovative Aspect of ‘Aeolic’ Inflection in Thessalian Greek Toru Minamimoto

1.2

Greek Language and Linguistics

μασχαλισμός Francis Dunn

1.3

Greek Language and Linguistics

Women’s Playthings: Contextualizing the Meaning of “Douleuma” Roger S. Fisher

1.4

Greek Language and Linguistics

Expressing Degrees of Probability in Greek Helma Dik

1.5

Greek Language and Linguistics

Hybrid Meter in an Orphic Hymn to Zeus Jacobo Myerston

2.1

Epicurean Philosophy in Roman Poetry

Anima Animae: Lucretius and the Life of the Body-Mind Alex Dressler

2.2

Epicurean Philosophy in Roman Poetry

Lucretius on the Origin of the World: The Argumentative Structure of De Rerum Natura 5.91-508 Abigail Buglass

2.3

Epicurean Philosophy in Roman Poetry

Reconciling Epicurean Friendship and Roman amicitia in the Works of Philodemus Sonya Wurster

2.4

Epicurean Philosophy in Roman Poetry

Ridentem dicere verum: Philodemean Ethics in Horace's Sermones 1.1 Sergio Yona

2.5

Epicurean Philosophy in Roman Poetry

The Epicurean Calculus of Pleasure and Pain in Horace Satires 2.6 Benjamin Vines Hicks

3.1

Authors Meet Critics: Gender and Race in Antiquity and its Reception

Response #1 to Gender: Antiquity and its Legacy Victoria Wohl

3.2

Authors Meet Critics: Gender and Race in Antiquity and its Reception

Response #2 to Gender: Antiquity and its Legacy Craig Williams

3.3

Authors Meet Critics: Gender and Race in Antiquity and its Reception

Author Response on Gender: Antiquity and its Legacy Brooke Holmes

3.4

Authors Meet Critics: Gender and Race in Antiquity and its Reception

Response #1 to Race: Antiquity and its Legacy Joseph Skinner

3.5

Authors Meet Critics: Gender and Race in Antiquity and its Reception

Response #2 to Race: Antiquity and its Legacy Constanze Guthenke

3.6

Authors Meet Critics: Gender and Race in Antiquity and its Reception

Author Response on Race: Antiquity and its Legacy Denise McCoskey

4.1

Written Ritual: Greek Sacrifice in Text and Context

Sacrificing and Purifying in Greek Poleis. Reassessments and Perspectives Stella Georgoudi

4.2

Written Ritual: Greek Sacrifice in Text and Context

Anger and Honorary Shares: The Promethean Division Revisited Charles Stocking

4.3

Written Ritual: Greek Sacrifice in Text and Context

Sacrifice as Literary Construct? The Gap Between God and Sacrifice, Poetry and Cult Sarah Hitch

4.4

Written Ritual: Greek Sacrifice in Text and Context

Sacrificing “In the Greek Fashion” F. S. Naiden

5.1

Writing Imperial Politics in Greek

The Face of the Emperor in Philo's Embassy to Gaius Daniel W. Leon

5.2

Writing Imperial Politics in Greek

The Glory Without the Glamour: Shared Political Rhetoric in Plutarch and Tacitus Adam Kemezis

5.3

Writing Imperial Politics in Greek

The Political Geography of Dionysius’ Periegesis and Arrian’s Periplus Ponti Euxini Janet Downie

5.4

Writing Imperial Politics in Greek

Pausanias Politicus: Reflections on Theseus, Themistocles, and Athenian Democracy in Book 1 of the Periegesis Patrick Paul Hogan

5.5

Writing Imperial Politics in Greek

Christians, Money, and the Politics of Intellectual Life under the Severans Jared Secord

6.1

Travel and Geography in Latin Elegy

Love’s Journeys: Corcyra in Propertius 1.17 and Tibullus 1.3 Micah Young Myers

6.2

Travel and Geography in Latin Elegy

Women’s Travels in Latin Elegy Alison Keith

6.3

Travel and Geography in Latin Elegy

Messalla in Tibullus 1.7: Aporia or Castration as the Way of Love Paul Allen Miller

6.4

Travel and Geography in Latin Elegy

Lentus spatiare: Travelling in Rome in the Ars Amatoria Erika Zimmermann Damer

7.1

Re-Creating the House of Pansa

Domus Redivivus in 19th-c. London: Sir John Soane's Well-Stuffed House-Museum Ann Kuttner

7.2

Re-Creating the House of Pansa

The History of Human Habitation: Ancient Domestic Architecture in Nineteenth Century Europe Shelley Hales

7.3

Re-Creating the House of Pansa

Domestic Interiors, National Concerns: The “Pompeian Room” as a Metonym in the United States Marden Nichols

7.4

Re-Creating the House of Pansa

Entombing Antiquity: A New Consideration of the Classical Appropriation in the Private Funerary Architecture of New York City Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis

7.5

Re-Creating the House of Pansa

“Reconsidering "Hyperreality": ‘Roman’ Houses and their Gardens (1892-1974) Katharine T. von Stackelberg

8.1

Tragic Interruptions

The Death of the Character Page duBois

8.2

Tragic Interruptions

Hegel on Tragedy: Between Feminism and Christianity Simon Goldhill

8.3

Tragic Interruptions

Arendtian Questions for Addison’s Cato Joy Connolly

9.1

Aisthêsis: Sense and Sensation in Greco-Roman Medicine

Dreams and the Physiology of Memory in Aristotle’s Parva Naturalia Claire Coiro Bubb

9.2

Aisthêsis: Sense and Sensation in Greco-Roman Medicine

Aristotle on the Tongue Alexander Robins

9.3

Aisthêsis: Sense and Sensation in Greco-Roman Medicine

Seeing Through the Womb Lisl Walsh

9.4

Aisthêsis: Sense and Sensation in Greco-Roman Medicine

Aisthêsis and askêsis: Inward Attentiveness and Embodiment in Galen’s Pulse-Lore Jessica Wright

9.5

Aisthêsis: Sense and Sensation in Greco-Roman Medicine

Sensus in Lucretiusʼ De rerum natura Pamela Zinn

10.1

The Battle of the Aegates Islands (241 B.C.)

The Battle of the Aegates Islands: Discovery of the Battle Zone and Major Finds Sebastiano Tusa

10.2

The Battle of the Aegates Islands (241 B.C.)

Archaeological Evidence for Warship Design and Combat in the Third Century B.C. Jeffrey Royal

10.3

The Battle of the Aegates Islands (241 B.C.)

The Ship Classes of the Egadi Rams and Polybius’ Account of the First Punic War William M. Murray

10.4

The Battle of the Aegates Islands (241 B.C.)

Inscriptions and Institutions: the Evidence of the Ram Inscriptions Jonathan Prag

10.5

The Battle of the Aegates Islands (241 B.C.)

Preliminary Observations on the Military Equipment from the Battle of the Aegates Islands Andrew L. Goldman

10.6

The Battle of the Aegates Islands (241 B.C.)

The Egadi Islands Survey: A Partnership between Marine Ecology and Underwater Archaeology Derek Smith

11.2

The Second Sophistic

Plutarch and Oracles in the Lives and the Moralia Amy Lather

11.2

The Second Sophistic

Education and Power in Plutarch Quaestiones convivales 736D-737D Gavin Weaire

11.3

The Second Sophistic

Aulus Gellius’ Noctes Atticae Book 2 and the Didactic Logic of Miscellany Scott J. DiGiulio

12.1

Fertility/Birth

Ritual Space and Gendered Healing: The Delphic Oracle Cures Male Infertility Polyxeni Strolonga

12.2

Fertility/Birth

A Five Year Pregnancy? Women in the Epidaurian Iamata Calloway Scott

12.3

Fertility/Birth

Pain, Rhetoric, and the Fetus Sarah Scullin

13.1

Monsters and Giants

The Hesiodic Shield of Herakles: Monstrous Texts and the Art of the Nightmare William Brockliss

13.2

Monsters and Giants

Gigantomachic Imagery and Autochthonous Growth in Vergil’s Georgics Zack Rider

13.3

Monsters and Giants

Playing the Giant: Tristia 2 and Parody Redefined Christine E. Lechelt

13.4

Monsters and Giants

Solve nefas: Crime, Expiation, and the Unspeakable in Ovid's Fasti 2 Caleb M. X. Dance

14.1

Moving toward a (Responsible) Hybrid/Online Greek Major

Starting from Scratch: a Collaborative Approach to First-Year Greek Kristina A. Meinking

14.2

Moving toward a (Responsible) Hybrid/Online Greek Major

Bridging the Gap Between First and Third Year Greek Courses with an Online Commentary to Xenophon’s Education of Cyrus Norman B. Sandridge

14.3

Moving toward a (Responsible) Hybrid/Online Greek Major

Advanced Greek and Latin in a Limited, Personalized Online Setting Ryan C. Fowler

15.1

Color in Ancient Drama in Performance

The Significance of Skin Color in Aristophanes (Ecclesiazousae, Thesmophoriazousae) Velvet L. Yates

15.2

Color in Ancient Drama in Performance

Are Aeschylus’ Suppliants Women of Color? Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz

15.3

Color in Ancient Drama in Performance

Shades of Euripides: the Use of Colour Terms in Staging Ancient Plays Melissa Funke

17.1

Historical Poetics and the Intertext

Solon, ainos, and Herodotus Alexander J. Hollmann

17.2

Historical Poetics and the Intertext

Lucian, epainos, and the Model Historian Stamatia Dova

17.3

Historical Poetics and the Intertext

Caesar and Sisenna: Some Debts, Some Parallels Christopher B. Krebs

17.4

Historical Poetics and the Intertext

Burial Scenes: Silius Italicus’ Punica and Greco-Roman Historiography Antonios Augoustakis

18.1

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Roman Use of Concrete on Trajan’s Column and Modern Cinder Block Construction R. Michael Cook

18.2

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Reception of Cicero and Roman Culture in Theodor Mommsen’s Römische Geschichte Emily S. Goodling

18.3

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Noble Lie in Terence’s Hecyra Alexander Karsten

18.4

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Privacy in the Iliad Kelly Schmidt

19.1

Virgil Commentaries La Cerda to Horsfall

The End of an Era: Seventeenth-Century Aeneid Commentaries M.H.K. (Maarten) Jansen

19.2

Virgil Commentaries La Cerda to Horsfall

The Virgile français in the Napoleonic Era: Delille's Commented Edition of the Aeneid Marco Mistretta Romani

19.3

Virgil Commentaries La Cerda to Horsfall

Notes on the Greater Work: The Iliadic Aeneid and the Commentary Tradition Lee Fratantuono

20.1

Metageneric Excursions in Early Greek Epic

Ileus the ‘Benevolent’ in the Catalogue of Women:The Intersection of Epic Traditions Elda Granata

20.2

Metageneric Excursions in Early Greek Epic

Hesiod and the Pythia: The Didactic/Oracular Literary Complex Ella H. Haselswerdt

20.3

Metageneric Excursions in Early Greek Epic

Question and Answer: Truth, Lies, and Narrative Innovation in the Odyssey Justin Arft

20.4

Metageneric Excursions in Early Greek Epic

Revenons à nos moutons: The Resolution of Corrupted Herding in the Odyssey Adrienne Hagen

20.5

Metageneric Excursions in Early Greek Epic

A Skillful and Guarded Rhetoric: Interpreting Agamemnon in the Homeric Scholia Benjamin Sammons

21.1

The Descent of Satire from Old Comedy to the Gothic

Is There Anything purus in Horace’s sermo merus?: Rhetorical Categories and Plautine Diction in Horace Satires 1.4.38-62 Ben Jerue

21.2

The Descent of Satire from Old Comedy to the Gothic

Show and Tell: Satire and the Spread of Vice in Juvenal 14 Timothy Haase

21.3

The Descent of Satire from Old Comedy to the Gothic

The Gothic Juvenal: Matthew Lewis and the Roman Roots of the Gothic James Uden

21.4

The Descent of Satire from Old Comedy to the Gothic

Persius' Polenta and Apuleius' Metamorphoses Sasha-Mae Eccleston

21.5

The Descent of Satire from Old Comedy to the Gothic

Social Status and Strategies of Discourse: Lucius' Asinine Communications in Apuleius' Metamorphoses Evelyn Adkins

22.1

Unauthorized Receptions

Latin, Greek, and Other Classical Nonsense in the Work of Edward Lear Marian Makins

22.2

Unauthorized Receptions

Mortal Heroes: Homeric Themes and Classical Allusions in Sidney Nolan’s ‘Gallipoli Series’ Sarah Midford

22.3

Unauthorized Receptions

Aurelio G. Amatucci’s Codex Fori Mussolini and the Prospective Memory of Italian Fascism Bettina Reitz-Joosse

22.4

Unauthorized Receptions

The Anti-Oedipus: Strella and a Queer Re-imagining of the Tragic Family Lynn Kozak

23.1

Diaspora and Migration

Citizen Scatters and Uneasy Statuses in the Roman World Nicholas Purcell

23.2

Diaspora and Migration

Greek apoikismos, migration and diaspora Carla M. Antonaccio

23.3

Diaspora and Migration

Wanderings and eddies: migration, diaspora and mobility in Messenia Sue Alcock

23.4

Diaspora and Migration

Diaspora as a State of Mind: An Impossibility for Pre-imperial Italy? Elena Isayev

24.1

Epistolary Fictions and Realities

“A Sort of Living Dead Man”: Cicero’s Self-Representation in Att. IX-X Elizabeth Keitel

24.2

Epistolary Fictions and Realities

Master of Letters: Linguistic Competence in Fronto’s Correspondence Noelle Zeiner-Carmichael

24.3

Epistolary Fictions and Realities

You Can Go Home Again: Pliny Writes to Comum Jacqueline Carlon

24.4

Epistolary Fictions and Realities

Pliny’s Tacitus: The Politics of Representation Rebecca Edwards

24.5

Epistolary Fictions and Realities

The Letters of Symmachus: Remembering a Roman Aristocrat and His Family Michele Salzman

25.1

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Ancient Gender Studies: The Situation in France Jacqueline Fabre-Serris

25.2

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Classics and Gender Studies in 21st Century North America Barbara Gold

25.3

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Gender: A Transatlantic Perspective Giulia Sissa

25.4

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Ancient Gender Studies in the UK Helen King

25.5

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Ancient Gender Studies in Germany and Switzerland Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer

25.6

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Integrating Gender into North American Classical Studies: Challenges Ahead Judith P. Hallett

25.7

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Ancient Gender Studies in Italy Frederica Bessone

25.8

EuGeStA [European Gender Studies in Antiquity] Workshop

Theories vs. Practices in American and European Gender Studies in Antiquity Amy Richlin

26.1

Getting Started with Digital Classics

Social Network Analysis and Ancient History Diane Cline

26.2

Getting Started with Digital Classics

Approaches to Greek and Latin Text Reuse Neil Bernstein and Monica Berti

26.3

Getting Started with Digital Classics

Living Pictures: Computational Photography and the Digital Classics Adam Rabinowitz

26.4

Getting Started with Digital Classics

The Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank Francesco Mambrini

26.5

Getting Started with Digital Classics

After Integrating Digital Papyrology Ryan Baumann, Hugh Cayless, Joshua D. Sosin

27.1

What is Neoplatonism? Purpose and Structure of a Philosophical Movement to New Directions in Neoplatonism

The Neoplatonic Answer to Socrates' 'What is X? Danielle Layne

27.2

What is Neoplatonism? Purpose and Structure of a Philosophical Movement to New Directions in Neoplatonism

The Dialectic of One and Many in the Development of Neoplatonic Metaphysics Sara Ahbel-Rappe

27.3

What is Neoplatonism? Purpose and Structure of a Philosophical Movement to New Directions in Neoplatonism

The oikeiōsis Doctrine in Christian Neoplatonism between Ethics and Theology Ilaria Ramelli

27.4

What is Neoplatonism? Purpose and Structure of a Philosophical Movement to New Directions in Neoplatonism

Diotima’s Ladder and Derrida’s L’Autre: Neoplatonism for a Post-Metaphysical Age Vishwa Adluri

28.1

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Lycian Personal Names in Greek: The Morphological Process of Integration Florian Reveilhac

28.2

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Attic ΦΡΑϹΙΝ (CEG 28) and the Prehistory of the Epic Tradition Jesse Lundquist

28.3

Greek and Latin Linguistics

The Origin of Homeric ΒΗ Δ’ ΙΕΝΑΙ: A Serial Verb Construction in Greek? Anthony Yates

28.4

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Coordination in Homer David Goldstein

28.5

Greek and Latin Linguistics

A Revised History of the Greek Pluperfect Joshua Katz and Jay Jasanoff

29.1

Athenian Frontiers

How to Cast a Criminal out of Athens: Law and Territory in Archaic Attica Mirko Canevaro

29.2

Athenian Frontiers

Ethnic Contestation and Nemean 11: Tenedos, the Aiolis, and Athens Eric Driscoll

29.3

Athenian Frontiers

Agyrrhios Beyond Attica: Tax-Farming and Imperial Recovery in the Second Athenian League Timothy Sorg

29.4

Athenian Frontiers

Out of Bounds: Reassessing IG II² 204 Joseph McDonald

29.5

Athenian Frontiers

The Children of Athena: International Participation in the Hellenistic Panathenaia Julia L. Shear

30.1

Performance and Space in Ancient Drama

Talking about Choruses. Χορεία in fourth-Century BC Comedy. Lucy Jackson

30.2

Performance and Space in Ancient Drama

Civic Reassignment of Space in the Truculentus Robert Germany

30.3

Performance and Space in Ancient Drama

The Performance of Identity in Plautus’ Amphitryon Joseph P. Dexter

30.4

Performance and Space in Ancient Drama

Imperial Pantomime and Satoshi Miyagi's Medea William A. Johnson

31.1

On the Boundaries of Latin Poetry

Hecale in Verona John D. Morgan

31.2

On the Boundaries of Latin Poetry

Pompey's Head and the Body Politic in Lucan's De Bello Civili Julia Mebane

31.3

On the Boundaries of Latin Poetry

Priapeum non est: A Reconsideration of Poem 61 in the Carmina Priapea Heather Elomaa

31.4

On the Boundaries of Latin Poetry

Witch’s Song: Morality, Name-calling and Poetic Authority in the Argonautica Jessica Blum

31.5

On the Boundaries of Latin Poetry

The Dupe of Destiny? The Oath of Hannibal in Silius Italicus’ Punica Anja Bettenworth

31.6

On the Boundaries of Latin Poetry

Between Myth and Geography at the Edge of the World: The Seres in Silius Italicus David Urban

32.1

Judgment and Obligation in Roman Intellectual History

How Varro Decides Colin Shelton

32.2

Judgment and Obligation in Roman Intellectual History

Varro’s Dystopian Rome: Masquerade and Murder in the First Book of De Rebus Rusticis Sarah Culpepper Stroup

32.3

Judgment and Obligation in Roman Intellectual History

Cicero on Patriotism and Cosmopolitanism in De Officiis Jed W. Atkins

32.4

Judgment and Obligation in Roman Intellectual History

Seneconomics: Freeing the Indebted Subject Yasuko Taoka

32.5

Judgment and Obligation in Roman Intellectual History

Elegantia vitae: Generic and Moral Selectivity in Tacitus’ Annals Lydia Spielberg

33.1

Study Abroad and Classics

The Study Abroad Experience: Developing Realistic Expectations Thomas McGinn

33.2

Study Abroad and Classics

Case Study of a Liberal Arts College: The Integration of Study Abroad into an Undergraduate Classics Curriculum Beth Severy-Hoven

33.3

Study Abroad and Classics

Leading Your First Study Abroad Course Sanjaya Thakur

33.4

Study Abroad and Classics

Study Abroad in the Pre-Collegiate Curriculum Sally Morris

33.5

Study Abroad and Classics

Archaeological Fieldwork as a Practical Classroom David Romano

34.1

The Power of the Written Word: Cross-Cultural Comparisons

Orality and Literacy in Early Islamic Administrative Practice Lucian Reinfandt

34.2

The Power of the Written Word: Cross-Cultural Comparisons

Neo-Assyrian Letters and Administration Heather Baker

34.3

The Power of the Written Word: Cross-Cultural Comparisons

Papyrus Letters and Imperial Government in Greco-Roman Egypt Sven Tost

34.4

The Power of the Written Word: Cross-Cultural Comparisons

Resource Extraction in the Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian Empires Michael Jursa

34.5

The Power of the Written Word: Cross-Cultural Comparisons

The Reach of Late Antique Government Bernhard Palme

35.1

Tombs of the Poets: The Material Reception of Ancient Literature

Silent Bones and Singing Stones: Materializing the Poetic Corpus in Hellenistic Greece Verity Platt

35.2

Tombs of the Poets: The Material Reception of Ancient Literature

Pausanias’ Dead Poets Society Johanna Hanink

35.3

Tombs of the Poets: The Material Reception of Ancient Literature

The Tomb as Metapoetic Space in Hellenistic Epigram Irene Peirano

35.4

Tombs of the Poets: The Material Reception of Ancient Literature

Ennius’ imago Between Tomb and Text Francesca Martelli

35.5

Tombs of the Poets: The Material Reception of Ancient Literature

Ovid’s Tombs: Afterlives of the Poetic Corpus Nora Goldschmidt

36.1

Classics and Reaction: Modern China Confronts the Ancient West

Plato and Nationalism: Utilizing Classics in the Age of Globalization Leihua Weng

36.2

Classics and Reaction: Modern China Confronts the Ancient West

What Do Greece and Rome Have to Do with a "Confucian-Socialist" Republic? Yiqun Zhou

36.3

Classics and Reaction: Modern China Confronts the Ancient West

Virgil (or His Absence) in China and the Viability of Western Classics in Non-Western Context Jinyu Liu

36.4

Classics and Reaction: Modern China Confronts the Ancient West

How China May Gain from Comparative Studies in Confronting the Ancient West Jenny Jingyi Zhao

36.5

Classics and Reaction: Modern China Confronts the Ancient West

The Hermeneutics of Recovery: Leo Strauss, Carl Schmitt, and the Reception of the Western Classics in China Michael Puett

37.1

Provincial Women in the Roman Imagination

Becoming Romanae: Apuleius and the Identity of Provincial Women Laura Brant

37.2

Provincial Women in the Roman Imagination

Re-presenting Reality: Provincial Women as Tools of Roman Social Reproduction Shelley Haley

37.3

Provincial Women in the Roman Imagination

The Wolf and the Hare: Boudica’s Political Bodies in Tacitus and Dio Caitlin Gillespie

37.4

Provincial Women in the Roman Imagination

Iudaea capta: Berenice in Suetonius' Life of Titus Rachael Cullick

37.5

Provincial Women in the Roman Imagination

Matrona Romana: Non-Roman Libertinae Funerary Monuments in Roman Britain Hillary Conley

38.1

Economic Integration and Disintegration: New Approaches to Standards and Denominations in Ancient Greek Coinage

Archaic Small Change and the Logic of Political Survival Peter van Alfen

38.2

Economic Integration and Disintegration: New Approaches to Standards and Denominations in Ancient Greek Coinage

Embedded Denominations: Patterns in the hoard evidence from fourth-century Southern Anatolia Lisa Pilar Eberle

38.3

Economic Integration and Disintegration: New Approaches to Standards and Denominations in Ancient Greek Coinage

Reconsidering the Impact of the Ptolemaic Closed Monetary Zone outside of Egypt Paul Keen

38.4

Economic Integration and Disintegration: New Approaches to Standards and Denominations in Ancient Greek Coinage

The School of Alexandria? Rethinking the Closed Currency System Outside Egypt Noah Kaye

38.5

Economic Integration and Disintegration: New Approaches to Standards and Denominations in Ancient Greek Coinage

Numismatics, Economics, and the Hellenistic Cyclades, - or How Numismatic Evidence Can Reveal New Sub-regional Dynamics John A N Z Tully

39.1

Greek Lyric

The Δυσκολώτερον Σκόλιον: A New Model of the Skolion Game in Antiquity Amy Pistone

39.2

Greek Lyric

Fine Weather and Outdoor Symposia in Alcaeus Vanessa Cazzato

39.3

Greek Lyric

Alcaeus the Tyrant Slayer: Re-performance and identity in the Symposium Kristen Ehrhardt

40.1

Art, Text, & the City of Rome

Naevius’ Bellum Punicum and Manius Valerius Messalla: Art and Text at the Beginnings of Latin Literature Thomas Biggs

40.2

Art, Text, & the City of Rome

urbs amoena: Sex and Violence in the Ovidian City Bridget Langley

40.3

Art, Text, & the City of Rome

The Forum Augustum from the Farther Shore: Vergil's Reader as Interpretive Hero in Augustus' Hall of Fame Nandini B. Pandey

40.4

Art, Text, & the City of Rome

Ancestors in Adrastus’ Atria: Multivalent Retrospection in Statius’ Thebaid Laura Garofalo

41.1

The Social Life of Ancient Libraries

The “Letter of Aristeas,” the Alexandrian Library and Near Eastern Suzerainty Treaties Daniel B. Levine

41.2

The Social Life of Ancient Libraries

Don’t Read in the Library!: Cicero’s Cato (De Finibus 3-4) and copia librorum in Other Latin Authors Stephanie Ann Frampton

41.3

The Social Life of Ancient Libraries

Biography, Portraiture, and the Birth of the Author Thomas Hendrickson

42.1

Unhistorical Receptions of Ancient Narrative

Hairy Iopas: Virgil and the Gigantomachy in Joyce’s Ulysses Randall Pogorzelski

42.2

Unhistorical Receptions of Ancient Narrative

Working Women Weaving Tales in Ovid's Metamorphoses and James Joyce's Finnegans Wake Cynthia Hornbeck

42.3

Unhistorical Receptions of Ancient Narrative

Scholars, Metalepsis, and Queer Unhistoricism: Interventions of the Unruly Past in Reed’s 'Boy Caesar' and De Juan’s 'Este latente mundo' Sebastian Matzner

42.4

Unhistorical Receptions of Ancient Narrative

Creation by Reduction: Alice Oswald’s Use of the Iliad in Memorial Carolin Hahnemann

43.1

Paideia and Polis: The Ephebate and Citizen Training

The Lycurgan Ephebeia as Social Performance Richard Persky

43.2

Paideia and Polis: The Ephebate and Citizen Training

From Abolition to Renewal: The Ephebeia after Lycurgus John Lennard Friend

43.3

Paideia and Polis: The Ephebate and Citizen Training

The Significance of Ephebic Siblings Nigel Kennell

43.4

Paideia and Polis: The Ephebate and Citizen Training

Bull-Lifting, Initiation, and the Athenian Ephebeia Thomas R. Henderson II

44.1

Afro-Latin and Afro-Hispanic Literature and Classics

Black Angel: Classical Myth, Race and Desire in a Brazilian Modernist Play Rodrigo Tadeu Gonçalves and Guilherme Gontijo Flores

44.2

Afro-Latin and Afro-Hispanic Literature and Classics

Afro-Brazilian Identity and the Greeks in Meleagro and Dionísio esfacelado Andrea Kouklanakis

44.3

Afro-Latin and Afro-Hispanic Literature and Classics

Reenacting Death: Aristotelian Catharsis and Afro-Cuban Subjectivity in Virgilio Piñera’s Electra Garrigó Konstantinos P. Nikoloutsos

44.4

Afro-Latin and Afro-Hispanic Literature and Classics

The First New World Tragedy of Manuel Zapata Olivella’s Changó, the Biggest Badass John Maddox

45.1

Rhetoric of the Page in Latin Manuscripts of the Middle Ages

'Laying it on the Line': Layout and Diagrammatic Notation in an Eleventh-Century Rhetorical Manuscript of Cicero (Oxford Bod. Laud Lat. 49)
 Irene A. O'Daly

45.2

Rhetoric of the Page in Latin Manuscripts of the Middle Ages

Visualizing Horace in Medieval Europe: Reading between Commentary and Text Ariane S. Schwartz

45.3

Rhetoric of the Page in Latin Manuscripts of the Middle Ages

Performative Devotion and ductus in the Illustrations of Cambridge: Trinity College MS R.14.5 Thomas Meacham

45.4

Rhetoric of the Page in Latin Manuscripts of the Middle Ages

Virgil in Virgil: Representations of the Poet in the Bodleian Georgics MS Rawl. G. 98 Alden Smith

46.1

Talking Back to Teacher: Orality and Prosody in the Secondary and University Classroom

How Did People Back Then Understand This? Robert Dudley

46.2

Talking Back to Teacher: Orality and Prosody in the Secondary and University Classroom

Et iucunda et idonea dicere vitae… et scholae: A Teacher’s Case for Performing Classical Drama in Greek and Latin Matthew McGowan

46.3

Talking Back to Teacher: Orality and Prosody in the Secondary and University Classroom

Explain, Translate, Perform: A Podcasting Approach to Greek and Latin Orality Christopher Francese

46.4

Talking Back to Teacher: Orality and Prosody in the Secondary and University Classroom

Talking Sense Robert Patrick

47.1

Women of the Roman Empire

Public Roles of Provincial Women: Flaminicae of the Imperial Cult Judith Lynn Sebesta

47.2

Women of the Roman Empire

Self-Image of Provincial Women in Roman Britain and Roman Egypt Kelli Thomerson

47.3

Women of the Roman Empire

Women in the Treason Trials of Tacitus' Annales Laura Van Abbema

48.1

Forms of Argument in Dicanic and Epideictic Speech

The Rhetoric of Visibility and Invisibility in Antiphon 5, On the Murder of Herodes Peter O'Connell

48.2

Forms of Argument in Dicanic and Epideictic Speech

The Two Kinds of Rhetoric in Plato's Gorgias Andrew Beer

48.3

Forms of Argument in Dicanic and Epideictic Speech

Meidias Tyrannos: Meidias’ Tyrannical Attributes in Dem. 21 T. George Hendren

48.4

Forms of Argument in Dicanic and Epideictic Speech

Ille suppositus: The Genealogical Plots of Panegyric 12(9) W. Josiah Edwards Davis

48.5

Forms of Argument in Dicanic and Epideictic Speech

Show and Tell: Genre and Deixis in Lucian Inger Neeltje Irene Kuin

49.1

Scientific Modes of Perception and Expression

Does Euclid's Optics Correct False Appearances? Colin Webster

49.2

Scientific Modes of Perception and Expression

The Mathematician Sees Double: Egyptian in Eratosthenes Marquis Berrey

49.3

Scientific Modes of Perception and Expression

Color Terminology in Pliny’s NH 37 Emi C. Brown

49.4

Scientific Modes of Perception and Expression

Flavor and the Elder Pliny John Paulas

50.1

Vergil’s Aeneid

Causas memora: Overdetermination and Undermotivation in the Aeneid Bill Beck

50.2

Vergil’s Aeneid

Persian Dido Elena Giusti

50.3

Vergil’s Aeneid

Boxing and Siege Engines in Vergil’s Aeneid George Fredric Franko

50.4

Vergil’s Aeneid

Pallas Goes Off to War: a Portentum in Virgil’s Aeneid James Townshend

50.5

Vergil’s Aeneid

Inscribing Fate: Epigraphic Conventions and Virgil's Aeneas Morgan E. Palmer

51.1

Roman Imperial Interactions

Weathering the Wheel of Fortune: On Enduring tyche in Polybius' Histories Rebecca Katz

51.2

Roman Imperial Interactions

Religious Ritual and the Configuration of Power in Interstate Alliances: Elaea and Rome, 129 BCE Larisa Masri

51.3

Roman Imperial Interactions

Local and Translocal Networks: Contact between Associations of Roman Citizens and Local Communities of the Empire Sailakshmi Ramgopal

51.4

Roman Imperial Interactions

Valerian Tradition and the Ludi Saeculares of 17 BCE Susan Dunning

51.5

Roman Imperial Interactions

CIL VIII 14683 and the North African Curiae Chris Dawson

52.1

Contingent Labor in Classics: The New Faculty Majority?

Non-Contingent but Not Tenure-Track Ruth Scodel

52.2

Contingent Labor in Classics: The New Faculty Majority?

Contingencies for Contingency: A Non Tenure-track Perspective within the Classics Debra Freas

52.3

Contingent Labor in Classics: The New Faculty Majority?

Tenure-System and Non Tenure-System Faculty: The 'Community of Interest' Scott McFarland

52.4

Contingent Labor in Classics: The New Faculty Majority?

Faculty Extinction, Loss of Habitat, Adcon Vigor: Can the Trends Be Reversed? Alan Trevithick

53.1

Refracting the Great War

The Odyssey and Joyce’s Ulysses as Post-war Epics Stephanie Nelson

53.2

Refracting the Great War

The Great War and Modernism’s Siren Songs Leah Culligan Flack

53.3

Refracting the Great War

Latin, Class, and Gender in Ford Madox Ford’s Parade’s End David Scourfield

53.4

Refracting the Great War

“Pursued by an Infinite Legion of Eumenides”: Richard Aldington and the Trauma of Survival Elizabeth Vandiver

54.1

Xenophon on the Challenges of Leadership

Novel Leaders for Novel Armies: Xenophon's Focus on Willing Obedience in Context Richard Fernando Buxton

54.2

Xenophon on the Challenges of Leadership

Reading the Future in Xenophon’s Anabasis Emily Baragwanath

54.3

Xenophon on the Challenges of Leadership

Piety in Xenophon’s Theory of Leadership Michael Flower

54.4

Xenophon on the Challenges of Leadership

Bad Leaders in Xenophon’s Hellenica Frances Pownall

55.1

Representation and Self-Representation in Imperial Greek and Latin Dialogues

The Self-Divided Dialogical Self in Seneca's De Ira Caroline Stark

55.2

Representation and Self-Representation in Imperial Greek and Latin Dialogues

The Persona "Plutarch" in The Dialogue on Love Frederick Brenk

55.3

Representation and Self-Representation in Imperial Greek and Latin Dialogues

I’ll Tell You When I’m Older: Comparing Plutarchs in De E apud Delphos and Amatorius Anne McDonald

55.4

Representation and Self-Representation in Imperial Greek and Latin Dialogues

Revelation Dialogue in Plutarch and Hermetism: A "Divine Encounter" with the Truth Elsa Simonetti

55.5

Representation and Self-Representation in Imperial Greek and Latin Dialogues

The Encomium of Demosthenes: A Dialogue Worthy of Lucian Brad L. Cook

55.6

Representation and Self-Representation in Imperial Greek and Latin Dialogues

Fantasizing Philosophers: Thecla and the Symbolic Imagination in Methodius of Olympus’ Symposium Dawn LaValle

56.1

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Composing Demotic Funerary Texts: Textual Criticism, Orality, and Memory in the Demotic Funerary Papyri Foy Scalf

56.2

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

“No One Can Claim the Priestly Land”: P.Tebt. 2.302 and Egyptian Temples under Rome in Context Andrew Connor

56.3

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Water Scarcity, Local Adaptability, and the Changing Landscape of the Fayyum Brendan Haug

56.4

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Comites rei militaris and duces in Late Antique Egypt Anna Maria Kaiser

56.5

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

More Land, More Produce, or Higher Taxes? Explaining Revenue Growth on the Apion Estate Ryan McConnell

57.1

Varro, De Lingua Latina, and Intellectual Culture in the Late Republic

Varro on the Kinship of Things and of Words David Blank

57.2

Varro, De Lingua Latina, and Intellectual Culture in the Late Republic

Creeping Roots: Varro on Latin Across Time and Space Adam Gitner

57.3

Varro, De Lingua Latina, and Intellectual Culture in the Late Republic

The Time, the Place: a Year with Varro Diana Spencer

57.4

Varro, De Lingua Latina, and Intellectual Culture in the Late Republic

The Antiquities of the Latin Language: Varro's Excavations of the Roman Past Katharina Volk

58.1

Poster Session

The Semantics of ἔγχος and βέλος in Tragedy and the Date of Sophocles' Ajax Bob Corthals

58.2

Poster Session

Learning through Performance: Using Role-Playing Pedagogy to Structure the Introductory Classical Culture Class Christine L. Albright

58.3

Poster Session

Distant Reading Alliteration in Latin Literature Patrick J. Burns

58.4

Poster Session

Plato Goes to China: Participles, Ontology, and Chinese Translations of the Euthyphro 10a-11b Jialin Li

58.5

Poster Session

How Do Epic Poets Construct their Lines? A Study of the Verb προσέειπεν in Homer, Hesiod, Batrachomyomachia, Apollonius Rhodius, and Quintus Smyrnaeus Chiara Bozzone

58.6

Poster Session

The Chairman’s Patronymic in an Athenian Alliance with Dionysius of Syracuse (IG II² 105 and 523) Marcaline J. Boyd

58.7

Poster Session

Roman Epitaphs and the Poetics of Quantification Andrew M. Riggsby

58.8

Poster Session

From Hebrew to Latin: Verbs in Translation in the Book of Ecclesiastes Luke Gorton

59.1

Politics and Parody in Old Comedy

Friends in Low Places: Cleon’s philia in Aristophanes Robert Holschuh Simmons

59.2

Politics and Parody in Old Comedy

Aristophanes’ Ecclesizusae and the Remaking of the patrios politeia Alan Sheppard

59.3

Politics and Parody in Old Comedy

History, Memory, and the soteria Theme in Aristophanes' Ecclesiazusae Robert Tordoff

59.4

Politics and Parody in Old Comedy

Aristophanes the Actor? Jennifer Starkey

59.5

Politics and Parody in Old Comedy

Give Me a Bit of Paratragedy: Strattis’ Phoenician Women Matthew C. Farmer

60.1

Arms, Secrecy, Citizenship, and the Law: State Security in the Ancient World

What Makes a Law “Unfitting”? Edwin Carawan

60.2

Arms, Secrecy, Citizenship, and the Law: State Security in the Ancient World

The History and Rhetoric of Disarming Greek Citizens Jeffrey Yeakel

60.3

Arms, Secrecy, Citizenship, and the Law: State Security in the Ancient World

The Mercenary, the Polis, and an Athenian Inscription from the Fourth Century BC Jake Nabel

60.4

Arms, Secrecy, Citizenship, and the Law: State Security in the Ancient World

Security and cura in the Georgics Michèle Lowrie

60.5

Arms, Secrecy, Citizenship, and the Law: State Security in the Ancient World

Arcana imperii Reconsidered: Tacitus and the Ethics of State Secrecy Matthew Taylor

61.1

Contexts and Paratexts of Hellenistic Poetry

Alternate Alcinoi: Evidence for a Distinctive Version of the Phaeacians in the Argonautic Tradition William Duffy

61.2

Contexts and Paratexts of Hellenistic Poetry

Apollonius, Reader of Xenophon: Ethnography, Travel, and Greekness in the Argonautica and the Anabasis Mark Thatcher

61.3

Contexts and Paratexts of Hellenistic Poetry

Hipparchus Philologus John Ryan

61.4

Contexts and Paratexts of Hellenistic Poetry

Books Received: Encounters with Texts in Callimachus' Aetia and Iambi Robin J. Greene

61.5

Contexts and Paratexts of Hellenistic Poetry

The Addressee and Date of Callimachus' Hymn to Artemis Leanna Boychenko

62.1

Vision and Perspective in Latin Literature

Who Sees? A Narratological Approach to Propertius 3.6 Mitch Brown

62.2

Vision and Perspective in Latin Literature

Culture, Corruption, and the View from Rome: Propertius 3.21 and 3.22 Phebe Lowell Bowditch

62.3

Vision and Perspective in Latin Literature

Horace and Vergil in Dialogue in Odes 4.12 Philip Thibodeau

62.4

Vision and Perspective in Latin Literature

Sidera testes: Masculinity and the Power of the Ancestral Gaze in Cicero, Tacitus, and Juvenal Julie Langford and Heather Vincent

62.5

Vision and Perspective in Latin Literature

Greek and Roman Eyes: the Cultural Politics of Ekphrastic Epigram in Imperial Rome Carolyn MacDonald

63.1

What We Do When We Do Outreach

The Big Read Jennifer A. Rea

63.2

What We Do When We Do Outreach

Reading Homer with Combat Veterans Roberta L. Stewart

63.3

What We Do When We Do Outreach

Making a MOOC of Greek History Andrew Szegedy-Maszak

63.4

What We Do When We Do Outreach

Reaching Out with Print and Web Ellen A. Bauerle

64.1

Politics by Other Means? Ethics and Aesthetics in Roman Stoicism

Color and Variety in Stoic Physics Thomas Habinek

64.2

Politics by Other Means? Ethics and Aesthetics in Roman Stoicism

Valerius Maximus, Stoicism, and Roman Practices of Exemplarity Ermanno Malaspina

64.3

Politics by Other Means? Ethics and Aesthetics in Roman Stoicism

Precept(or), Example, and Politics in Seneca Matthew Roller

64.4

Politics by Other Means? Ethics and Aesthetics in Roman Stoicism

Dion of Prusa and the Later Stoics on Participation in Politics Gretchen Reydams-Schils

64.5

Politics by Other Means? Ethics and Aesthetics in Roman Stoicism

Politics of Friendship in Seneca’s Epistulae Morales Jula Wildberger

65.1

Lesbos and Anatolia: Linguistic, Archaeological, and Documentary Evidence for Greek-Anatolian Contact in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages

Religion in Aegean-Hittite Diplomacy: The Evidence of the Hittite Ahhiyawa Texts Ian Rutherford

65.2

Lesbos and Anatolia: Linguistic, Archaeological, and Documentary Evidence for Greek-Anatolian Contact in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages

On the Prehistory of Lesbos’ Relations with Lydia: When and Where Did the Greeks First Encounter the Lydians? Rostislav Oreshko

65.3

Lesbos and Anatolia: Linguistic, Archaeological, and Documentary Evidence for Greek-Anatolian Contact in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages

Greeks and Anatolians on Lesbos: The Linguistic Evidence Alexander Dale

65.4

Lesbos and Anatolia: Linguistic, Archaeological, and Documentary Evidence for Greek-Anatolian Contact in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages

Textual and Archaeological Evidence for Late Bronze Age Lesbos, Mycenaean Hegemony, and the Name of a Great King of the Achaeans Annette Teffeteller

66.1

The Role of “Performance” in Late Antiquity

Why Are We Told Which Language Was Spoken? Performative Strategies and Languages in Christian Narratives of Late Antiquity Yuliya Minets

66.2

The Role of “Performance” in Late Antiquity

Actors and Theaters, Rabbis and Synagogues: The Use of Public Performances in Shaping Communal Behavior in Late Antique Palestine Zeev Weiss

66.3

The Role of “Performance” in Late Antiquity

Sharing Letters, Sharing Friendship: Public Readings in Synesius Mathilde Cambron-Goulet

66.4

The Role of “Performance” in Late Antiquity

Performance and Petitions: A Game of Justice in Roman Egypt Martin Reznick

66.5

The Role of “Performance” in Late Antiquity

The Performance of Diplomacy: Verbal and Non-verbal Communication at the Imperial Court of the Late Roman Empire Audrey Becker

67.1

Stifling Sexuality?

“Stupra et caedes: Homosexuality, Women’s Rituals, and the State in Livy’s Bacchanalian Narrative” Vassiliki Panoussi

67.2

Stifling Sexuality?

“Mature Praeceptor Amoris Seeks Tops (Discreet): Desire and Deniability in Tibullus 1.4” Robert Matera

67.3

Stifling Sexuality?

“The Art of Not Loving” E.Del Chrol

67.4

Stifling Sexuality?

“Sex and Homosexuality in Suetonius’ Caesares” Molly M. Pryzwansky

67.5

Stifling Sexuality?

Stifling ‘Scare Figures’ H. Christian Blood

68.1

Greek Tragedy: Rhetoric, Cartography, and the Death of Astyanax

Rhetorical Aeschylus Allannah Karas

68.2

Documentary Fallacies

The Medium is (Part of) the Message: Cicero on the Use of Tabellae by the Catilinarian Conspirators Robert McCutcheon

68.2

Greek Tragedy: Rhetoric, Cartography, and the Death of Astyanax

Mapping the World in Greek Tragedy Aara Suksi

68.3

Greek Tragedy: Rhetoric, Cartography, and the Death of Astyanax

Laughter and Blood: A Homeric Echo in Euripides’ Trojan Women Emily Allen-Hornblower

68.4

Greek Tragedy: Rhetoric, Cartography, and the Death of Astyanax

Astyanax and the Discus: Athletic Discourse in Euripides’ Troades Owen Goslin

69.1

Documentary Fallacies

The Documentary Letters of the Alexander Romance Jacqueline Arthur-Montagne

69.3

Documentary Fallacies

The Fog of Peace: (Pseudo)-Alliances on the Coinage of Late Roman Usurpers Tristan Taylor

69.4

Documentary Fallacies

The Circulation of the Historia Augusta: Reconsidering its Anonymity Kathryn Langenfeld

70.1

Reception, Transmission, and Translation in Later Antiquity

A New Fragment of Ovid’s Medea Pierluigi Leone Gatti

70.2

Reception, Transmission, and Translation in Later Antiquity

The So-called Calliopian Recension of Terence Benjamin Victor

70.3

Reception, Transmission, and Translation in Later Antiquity

Eden Is the Paradise of Truphē Vanessa Gorman

70.4

Reception, Transmission, and Translation in Later Antiquity

“How many mouths could tell ...?” An Epigram by the Empress Eudocia and Cento Poetics Timo Christian

71.1

History in Classics / Classics in History

Investigating the Past: The Teaching of Ancient History in Liberal Arts Colleges Eric K. Dugdale

71.2

History in Classics / Classics in History

Bread and Circuses: How an Ancient Historian Put the Classics Back into the Gen. Ed. Cheryl Golden

71.3

History in Classics / Classics in History

Strengthening a Classics Department with Ancient History Dennis P. Kehoe

71.4

History in Classics / Classics in History

Graduate and Undergraduate Training for the Ancient History Job Market Jennifer Roberts

72.1

Greeks and Achaemenids: War, Diplomacy, Trade, and Culture

Freedom and Its Relationship to the Greco-Persian Conflict Harold Vedeler

72.2

Greeks and Achaemenids: War, Diplomacy, Trade, and Culture

Athens, Cyprus, and Phoenicia: Trade Relations and Official Policies in the Fourth Century BC Brian Rutishauser

72.3

Greeks and Achaemenids: War, Diplomacy, Trade, and Culture

Mortuary Traditions and Cultural Exchange in Anatolia Elspeth R.M. Dusinberre

72.4

Greeks and Achaemenids: War, Diplomacy, Trade, and Culture

Ctesias at the Crossroads: Integrating Greek and Near Eastern Traditions in the Persica Matt Waters

73.1

The Feminine in Propertius Book 4: New Assessments

Propertius 4.7: Cynthia Re-Reads the Elegiac Affair Jessica Wise

73.2

The Feminine in Propertius Book 4: New Assessments

Elegy, Aetia, and the Conquest of the Feminine in Propertius Book 4 Serena Witzke

73.3

The Feminine in Propertius Book 4: New Assessments

Shadows, Dust, and Simulacra in Propertius Book Four Hunter Gardner

74.1

Ancient Amulets: Language and Artifact

The Use of Biblical Incipits on Amulets from Late Antique Egypt: Texts, Functions, and Contexts Joseph Sanzo

74.2

Ancient Amulets: Language and Artifact

In Sickness and in Health: Roman and Late Antique Amulets from Syria-Palestine Megan Nutzman

74.3

Ancient Amulets: Language and Artifact

Computational Methods for the Study of Graeco-Egyptian Magical Gems: A Case Study in the Anguipede Walter Shandruck

74.4

Ancient Amulets: Language and Artifact

Inscribed Neolithic Hand Axes as Amulets in the So-Called ‘Pergamon Magical Kit’ Kassandra Jackson

75.1

After 69 CE: Epic and Civil War in Flavian Rome

Diplomacy and Doubling in Statius’ Thebaid Pramit Chaudhuri

75.2

After 69 CE: Epic and Civil War in Flavian Rome

Valerius Flaccus’s Collapsible Universe Darcy Krasne

75.3

After 69 CE: Epic and Civil War in Flavian Rome

Iterum belli diversa peragrat: Argonautic and Roman Civil War Leo Landrey

75.4

After 69 CE: Epic and Civil War in Flavian Rome

Sparsis Mauors agitatus in oris: The Theme of Civil War in Punica 14 Raymond Marks

76.1

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Plato's Hippias on the Power to Do Wrong Anna Greco

76.2

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Aristotle on Body Sense John Thorp

76.3

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Cicero and Seneca as Aristotelians Robin Weiss

77.1

Homer, Odyssey: Speech and Ritual

Remembering Odysseus: Line-initial Memory in the Odyssey Stephen Sansom

77.2

Homer, Odyssey: Speech and Ritual

Is Telemachus a "Naturally Gifted Orator?" The Case of Od. 2.40-79 David F. Driscoll

77.3

Homer, Odyssey: Speech and Ritual

Nausicaa and the Delian Palm: Odysseus' Strategic Epithalamium Charles D. Stein

77.4

Homer, Odyssey: Speech and Ritual

The View from Hades: Tyro’s Story in Odyssey 11 George Gazis

77.5

Homer, Odyssey: Speech and Ritual

Pandora and the Pandareids: The Struggle to Define Penelope in Odyssey 18-20 Rachel Lesser

77.6

Homer, Odyssey: Speech and Ritual

Incense Offerings in Homer: An Unrecognized Religious Activity? William Bibee

78.1

Greek Philosophy

Presocratic Theory and the Musical “Enharmonic” Sean Gurd

78.2

Greek Philosophy

Mercenary Wisdom: The Role of Simonides in Xenophon’s Hieron Mitchell H. Parks

78.3

Greek Philosophy

“The Man with Arms” at Aristotle, Politics 1.2.1253a34 E. Christian Kopff

78.4

Greek Philosophy

Four Words in Aristotle’s Politics on the Economics of Liberal Education Stephen Kidd

78.5

Greek Philosophy

Scholars and Scribes: Remarks on the Influence of Asclepius’s Commentary on the Transmission of Aristotle’s Metaphysics Mirjam E. Kotwick

79.1

Problems in Greek History and Historiography

Hippokleides, Dirty Dancing, and the Panathenaia Brian M. Lavelle

79.2

Problems in Greek History and Historiography

From Resolving Stasis to Ruling Sicily: Herodotus on the Hereditary Priesthood of the Chthonic Goddesses Virginia M. Lewis

79.3

Problems in Greek History and Historiography

Pausanias, the Serpent Column, and the Persian-War Tradition David Yates

79.4

Problems in Greek History and Historiography

Thucydides’ History and the Myth of the Athenian Tyrannicides Sarah Miller Esposito

79.5

Problems in Greek History and Historiography

Situating a Lost Greek Historian: The Works and Days of Hippias of Erythrae Matthew Simonton

80.1

Roman Politics and Culture

Sic semper tyrannis: Domitian, damnatio memoriae and the Imperial Cult at Ephesus Abigail S Graham

80.2

Roman Politics and Culture

Pompey’s Third Consulship (52 B.C.): Elected or Appointed? John T. Ramsey

80.3

Roman Politics and Culture

“Brutal” Honesty or Rhetorical Rewrite? Brut. Cic. ad Brut. 1.16 and 1.17 Tom Keeline

80.4

Roman Politics and Culture

Fit for a King: Caesar in 44 Jaclyn Neel

80.5

Roman Politics and Culture

Marsyas Causidicus: Law, Libertas and the Statue of Marsyas in Imperial Rome Mary Deminion

81.1

The Ancient Non-Human

Ajax and Other Objects: Vibrant Materialism in the Iliad Alex Purves

81.2

The Ancient Non-Human

Feminism beyond Humanism: Aleatory Matter in Aristotle’s Reproductive Theory Emma Bianchi

81.3

The Ancient Non-Human

Empathy and the Limits of Knowledge in Ancient Didactic Poetry Mark Payne

81.4

The Ancient Non-Human

Hybridity, Animality and the Making of Roman Philosophy Richard Fletcher

82.1

Greek Comedy in the Roman Empire

Actors' Repertory and 'New' Comedies under the Roman Empire Sebastiana Nervegna

82.2

Greek Comedy in the Roman Empire

Comedy Repurposed: Evidence for Comic Performances in the Second Sophistic and Aristides’ On the Banning of Comedy Anna Peterson

82.3

Greek Comedy in the Roman Empire

The Comic Fashioning and Self-Fashioning of the Eunuch Sophist Favorinus Ryan Samuels

82.4

Greek Comedy in the Roman Empire

Statius vortit barbare: Menander, the Achilleid, and the Second Sophistic Mathias Hanses

82.5

Greek Comedy in the Roman Empire

Two Clouded Marriages: Aristainetos' Allusions to Aristophanes' Nubes in Letters 2.3 and 2.12 Emilia Barbiero

83.1

Graffiti and Their Supports: Informal Texts in Context

The Drawings on the Rock Inscriptions of Archaic Thera (IG XII 3, 536-601; IG XII 3 Suppl. 1410-1493) Elena Martin Gonzalez

83.2

Graffiti and Their Supports: Informal Texts in Context

Informal and Practical Uses of Writing in Graffiti from Azoria, Crete William C., West

83.3

Graffiti and Their Supports: Informal Texts in Context

Contextualizing a New Graffito List from the Athenian Agora Laura Gawlinsky

83.4

Graffiti and Their Supports: Informal Texts in Context

Etching out a Place for Venus: Graffiti and the Creation of Sacred Space at Pompeii Bryan Brinkman

83.5

Graffiti and Their Supports: Informal Texts in Context

Propertius and Ovid on Pompeii’s Walls: Elegiac Graffiti in Context Kyle Helms

84.1

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Humanism at the Papal court: the Biblical Scholarship of Giannozzo Manetti (1396-1459) Annet den Haan

84.2

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Praesentia Finxi: Love and Ruins in Castiglione's Alcon and Milton's Epitaphium Damonis Jay Reed

84.3

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Tradition and Innovation in Some Paraphrases of Psalm 1: Hessus, Buchanan, Beza Eric Hutchinson

84.4

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Redressing Caesar as Dido in Thomas May’s Supplementum Lucani Robert Clinton Simms

84.5

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

The De Arte Poetica (1705) of Theophanes Prokopovich (1681-1736) Albert R. Baca

84.6

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Arcadius Avellanus: Neo-Latin Works of the Early 20th century Patrick M. Owens

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