146th Annual Meeting Abstracts

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55.3

A Body of Text: Incorporating Mark Antony into the Second Philippic Alexander Lessie

47.2

The archaeology of the classical clitoris Rebecca Flemming

54.3

The Site of the Battle of Philippi (42 BCE) Matthew Sears

30.3

(Inter)generic Receptions in and of Early Imperial Epic

The Turn of the Screw: Lucan, Tacitus and the Sublime Machine Siobhan Chomse

30.1

(Inter)generic Receptions in and of Early Imperial Epic

Vergil's Shield of Aeneas and Its Legacy in Lucan Catherine Mardula

30.2

(Inter)generic Receptions in and of Early Imperial Epic

Lucan’s Introduction and the Limits of Intertextual Analysis Christopher Caterine

30.5

(Inter)generic Receptions in and of Early Imperial Epic

Silius Italicus and Homer Arthur Pomeroy

30.4

(Inter)generic Receptions in and of Early Imperial Epic

A New Interpretation of Tacitus Historiae 2.70: Lucan's Caesar and Tacitus' Vitellius Giulio Celotto

30.6

(Inter)generic Receptions in and of Early Imperial Epic

Going for the Gold: Virtus and Luxuria in the Argonautica Jessica Blum

59.2

40 Years of Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women’s History in Classics

Roman Law and the Marriage of Underage Girls Bruce Frier

59.3

40 Years of Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women’s History in Classics

Tragic Realities: What Kind of History Do Fictional Women Let Us Write? Sheila Murnaghan

59.4

40 Years of Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women’s History in Classics

On Knowing and Not Knowing Kristina Milnor

59.1

40 Years of Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women’s History in Classics

Following Sarah Ann Hanson

78.5

Ancient Books: Material and Discursive Interactions

A “Performative” Lacuna in Petronius’s Affair of Circe and Encolpius (Satyricon 132.1-2) Timothy Haase

78.2

Ancient Books: Material and Discursive Interactions

Alexander's Persian Pillow Christopher Brunelle

78.3

Ancient Books: Material and Discursive Interactions

The Hippocratic Critical Days: Texts and Education in Greek Late Antiquity James Patterson

78.4

Ancient Books: Material and Discursive Interactions

A New Work By Apuleius Justin Stover

78.1

Ancient Books: Material and Discursive Interactions

New Readings in the Derveni Papyrus Richard Janko

61.1

Ancient Greek and Roman Music: Current Approaches and New Perspectives

From Athens to Tarquinia: A Female Musician in Context Sheramy Bundrick

61.2

Ancient Greek and Roman Music: Current Approaches and New Perspectives

Kinesthetic Choreia: Music, Dance, and Memory in Ancient Greece Sarah Olsen

61.3

Ancient Greek and Roman Music: Current Approaches and New Perspectives

‘East Faces of Early Greek Music' John Franklin

61.4

Ancient Greek and Roman Music: Current Approaches and New Perspectives

Catullan Choreia: Reinventing the Chorus in Roman Poetry Lauren Curtis

61.5

Ancient Greek and Roman Music: Current Approaches and New Perspectives

Musica Prisca Caput: Ancient Greek Music Theory, Vitruvius, and Enharmonicism in Sixteenth-Century Italy Daniel Walden

25.1

Ancient Literacy Reprised

Ancient Illiteracy Gregory Woolf

25.2

Ancient Literacy Reprised

A Further Look at Literacy and Education in Greek and Roman Egypt Raffaella Cribiore

25.3

Ancient Literacy Reprised

Incompletion, Revision, and the Ethics of Reading: Cicero on Appropriate Action Sean Gurd

49.3

Ancient Receptions of Classical Literature

Retrospective Portrait Statues and the Hellenistic Reception of Herodotus Catherine Keesling

49.1

Ancient Receptions of Classical Literature

Sites of Memory and Ancient Reception of Poets: Archilochos on Paros. Erika Taretto

49.6

Ancient Receptions of Classical Literature

Plague in the Time of Procopius: Thucydides, Intertextuality, and Historical Memory Jessica Moore

49.2

Ancient Receptions of Classical Literature

Lycurgus and Other Lies: Plutarch's "Agis and Cleomenes" and the Rhetoric of Political Revival Mallory Monaco Caterine

49.4

Ancient Receptions of Classical Literature

The Paradoxical Program of Chariton’s Callirhoe Stephen Trzaskoma

49.5

Ancient Receptions of Classical Literature

Tacitus' Dialogus de ... Re Publica Brandon Jones

14.1

Aristotle

Self-Love and Self-Sufficiency in the Aristotelian Ethics Jerry Green

14.2

Aristotle

Virtue and External Goods in Aristotle Jay Elliott

14.3

Aristotle

Aristotle and the Physiology of Sense Organs John Thorp

81.3

Between Fact and Fiction in Ancient Biographical Writing

The Art of Suetonius’ Nero: Focus, (In)Consistency and Character Molly Pryzwansky

81.5

Between Fact and Fiction in Ancient Biographical Writing

Returning to Novelistic Biography with Sesonchosis Yvona Trnka-Amrhein

81.4

Between Fact and Fiction in Ancient Biographical Writing

Between Biography and Commentary: The Ancient Horizon of Expectations of Virgil’s Vita Irene Peirano Garrison

81.1

Between Fact and Fiction in Ancient Biographical Writing

Death by a Thousand Sources: Biographical Fragmentation and Authorial Inventio in Livy’s AUC Ayelet Haimson Lushkov

81.2

Between Fact and Fiction in Ancient Biographical Writing

The Use and Abuse of History: Xenophon and Plutarch’s Lives Revisited Eran Almagor

16.2

Breastfeeding and Wet-Nursing in Antiquity

The Wet-Nurses of Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt Maryline Parca

16.1

Breastfeeding and Wet-Nursing in Antiquity

Clytemnestra’s Breast as a Receptacle of Memory in Aeschylus’ _Libation Bearers_ Catalina Popescu

16.3

Breastfeeding and Wet-Nursing in Antiquity

Adult Breastfeeding in Ancient Rome Tara Mulder

16.4

Breastfeeding and Wet-Nursing in Antiquity

Lactation Cessation and the Realities of Martyrdom in the Passion of Saint Perpetua Stamatia Dova

64.2

Charioteering and Footracing in the Greek Imaginary

Medea's Exit: Dramatic Necessity through Inverted Ritual Eric Dodson-Robinson

64.3

Charioteering and Footracing in the Greek Imaginary

The Turning Post and the Finish Line: False Boundaries in the Iliad Bill Beck

64.1

Charioteering and Footracing in the Greek Imaginary

The Race at Aristotle, Rhetoric 3.9.1409a32-34 Stadion or Diaulos? E. Christian Kopff

64.4

Charioteering and Footracing in the Greek Imaginary

RUN FOR YOU LIFE: FOOTRACES, CHARIOTS AND THE MYTH OF HIPPODAMEIA Olga Levaniouk

76.5

Civic Responsibility

Non ut historicum sed ut oratorem: The contio and Sallust’s historiography Lydia Spielberg

76.2

Civic Responsibility

Demosthenic influences in early rhetorical education: Hellenistic rhetores and Athenian imagination Mirko Canevaro

76.1

Civic Responsibility

Isocrates’ Letter to Archidamus in Its Literary Context Mitchell Parks

76.6

Civic Responsibility

Artistic license and civic responsibility in Greek and Roman declamation Craig Gibson

76.3

Civic Responsibility

Aristotle on Community and Exchange David J. Riesbeck

76.4

Civic Responsibility

The Rhetoric of Cicero's Laudatio Sapientiae: de Legibus 1.58-62 David West

23.4

Cognitive Classics: New Theoretical Models for Approaching the Ancient World

Embodied Historiography: Models for Reasoning in Tacitus' Annals Jennifer Devereaux

23.3

Cognitive Classics: New Theoretical Models for Approaching the Ancient World

The Cognitive Structure of Roman Ritual Practice Jacob Mackey

23.1

Cognitive Classics: New Theoretical Models for Approaching the Ancient World

Why a Mind is Necessary for Classical Studies William Short

23.2

Cognitive Classics: New Theoretical Models for Approaching the Ancient World

Crowds in the Corcyraean Stasis Garrett Fagan

23.5

Cognitive Classics: New Theoretical Models for Approaching the Ancient World

The Affective Sciences and Greek Drama Peter Meineck

74.5

Comedy and Comic Receptions

Lucretius at the Ludi: Comedy and Other Drama in Book Four of De rerum natura Mathias Hanses

74.4

Comedy and Comic Receptions

Spectator Courts: Metatheater and Program in Terence’s Prologues Patrick Dombrowski

74.6

Comedy and Comic Receptions

Alfonso Sastre's Los Dioses y los Cuernos (1995) as a rewriting of Plautus' Amphitruo Rodrigo Goncalves

74.1

Comedy and Comic Receptions

Sophocles, Polemon and fifth-century comedy Sebastiana Nervegna

74.3

Comedy and Comic Receptions

Boogeymen in the Playwright’s Closet: Mormolukeia, Generic Aesthetics, and Adolescent Outreach in Old Comedy Al Duncan

74.2

Comedy and Comic Receptions

Paracomic Costuming: Euripides' Helen as a Response to Aristophanes' Acharnians Craig Jendza

63.1

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Translation as a Means of Textual Composition in the Bilingual Funerary Papyri Rhind I and II Emily Cole

63.6

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

A New Text from the Dossier of the Descendants of Flavius Eulogius C. Michael Sampson

63.3

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Village Elites in Roman Egypt: The Case of First-Century Tebtunis Micaela Langellotti

63.4

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Child Labor in Greco-Roman Egypt: New Texts from the Archive of Harthotes W. Graham Claytor and Elizabeth Nabney

63.5

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

A Christian Amulet in Context: Report on a Re-edition and Study of P.Oxy. VIII 1151 Michael Zellmann-Rohrer

63.2

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

The Account of Demosthenes’ Death in P.Berol. inv. 13045 Davide Amendola

58.4

Demystifying Assessment

Assessment at the Secondary Level: Demands and Benefits Keely Lake

58.1

Demystifying Assessment

Assessing Translingual and Transcultural Competence David Johnson and Yasuko Taoka

58.5

Demystifying Assessment

Assessing Learning Outcomes Online: A longitudinal, collaborative, inter-institutional case study Ryan Fowler and Amy Singer

58.3

Demystifying Assessment

The Teagle Assessment Project: A Study of the Learning Outcomes for Majors in Classics Michael Arnush and Kenny Morrell

58.2

Demystifying Assessment

Rethinking the Latin Classroom: Changing the Role of Translation in Assessment Jacquelie Carlon

45.5

Discourses of Greek Tragedy: Music, Natural Science, Statecraft, Ethics

Reflexivity and Integrity in Sophocles' Philoctetes John Gibert

45.4

Discourses of Greek Tragedy: Music, Natural Science, Statecraft, Ethics

Generalizing Force: The Breakdown of Creon’s Authority in Sophocles’ Antigone Lucy Van Essen-Fishman

45.3

Discourses of Greek Tragedy: Music, Natural Science, Statecraft, Ethics

Playing the Volcano: Prometheus Bound and Fifth Century Volcanic Theory Patrick Glauthier

45.6

Discourses of Greek Tragedy: Music, Natural Science, Statecraft, Ethics

Dead Man Walking: The Use of Funerary Motifs in Euripides’ Orestes Wendy Closterman

45.1

Discourses of Greek Tragedy: Music, Natural Science, Statecraft, Ethics

Performing Relationships: Aeschylus’ Use of Mousikē and Choreia in the Oresteia Valerie Hannon Smitherman

45.2

Discourses of Greek Tragedy: Music, Natural Science, Statecraft, Ethics

Night of the Waking Dead: The Ghost of Clytemnestra and Collective Vengeance in Aeschylus’ Eumenides Robert Cioffi

21.3

Empire and Ideology in the Roman World

Pax, the Senate, and Augustus in 13 BCE: a new look at the Ara Pacis Augustae Amy Russell

21.6

Empire and Ideology in the Roman World

Regulating and ‘Romanizing’ the Environment Cynthia Bannon

21.5

Empire and Ideology in the Roman World

Who Controls the Imperial Mint at Rome? An Epigraphic Perspective on Bureaucrats David Schwei

21.2

Empire and Ideology in the Roman World

Rome and the “Immortal Gods”: an Ideology for Empire Larisa Masri

21.1

Empire and Ideology in the Roman World

Roman Senatorial Reactions to the Extortion and Abuse of Provincials and Foreigners before 149 B.C.E. Lekha Shupeck

21.4

Empire and Ideology in the Roman World

Crinagoras of Mytilene and the Construction of Empire in Greek Epigrams of the Augustan Period Thomas Keith

37.4

Empires, Kingdoms, and Leagues in the Ancient Greek World

Rhodes, the Cyclades, and the Second Nesiotic League John Tully

37.2

Empires, Kingdoms, and Leagues in the Ancient Greek World

The Practice of Diplomacy: Sidonian Kings and Greek States in the Fourth Century BCE Denise Demetriou

37.1

Empires, Kingdoms, and Leagues in the Ancient Greek World

An Empire of Allotment: Imperial Stability and the Athenian Frontier in Fifth-Century Euboea Timothy Sorg

37.3

Empires, Kingdoms, and Leagues in the Ancient Greek World

The Seleucids in Babylon: royal euergetism and local elites M.S. (Marijn) Visscher

57.3

Family Values: Fathers and Sons in Flavian Literature

Male Lament in Statius’ Thebaid Antonios Augoustakis

57.1

Family Values: Fathers and Sons in Flavian Literature

Moralizing kinship in the Flavian era: animal families in the Elder Pliny Neil Bernstein

57.5

Family Values: Fathers and Sons in Flavian Literature

Pliny’s Telemacheia: Epic and Exemplarity Under Vesuvius Jacques Bromberg

57.2

Family Values: Fathers and Sons in Flavian Literature

Opibusque ultra ne crede paternis: Fathers and Sons on the Wrong Side of History in Valerius’ Argonautica Timothy Stover

57.4

Family Values: Fathers and Sons in Flavian Literature

The Father’s Tragedy: Assessing Paternity in Silvae 2.1 Micaela Janan

72.1

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Motivating Osthoff's Law in Latin Anthony Yates

72.3

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Greek -σι- Abstracts and the Reconstruction of Proterokinetic *-tí- in Proto-Indo-European Jesse Lundquist

72.2

Greek and Latin Linguistics

The Prehistory of Eternity Alexander Dale

72.4

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Greek εἱαμενή Alexander Nikolaev

70.4

Greek Shamanism Reconsidered

Terpander and the Acoustics of Greek Shamanism Amir Yeruham

70.2

Greek Shamanism Reconsidered

Trance-former/Performer: Shamanistic Elements in Late Bronze Age Minoan Cult Caroline Jane Tully

70.1

Greek Shamanism Reconsidered

Crossing Over: Greek Shamanism and Indo-European Cosmological Belief Parker Bradley Croshaw

70.3

Greek Shamanism Reconsidered

Parmenides’ Proem: Divine Inspiration as a Form of Expression Kenneth Thomas Munro Mackenzie

18.6

Hellenistic and Neoteric Intertexts

Virgil’s Nomina Flexa: Tityrus, Amaryllis, Meliboeus Aaron Kachuck

18.5

Hellenistic and Neoteric Intertexts

Salty Sequences in Catullus and Meleager Charles Campbell

18.2

Hellenistic and Neoteric Intertexts

Prenatal Power in Callimachus’ Hymn to Delos and the Mendes Stela Leanna Boychenko

18.3

Hellenistic and Neoteric Intertexts

The Goatherd and the Winnowing-shovel: Interpretation and Signification in Theocritus' Seventh Idyll Matthew Chaldekas

18.4

Hellenistic and Neoteric Intertexts

Theocritus and Fan Fiction: Idylls 8 and 9 Nita Krevans

18.1

Hellenistic and Neoteric Intertexts

Hipponax’ Poetic Initiation and Herodas’ ‘Dream’ Vanessa Cazzato

69.4

Historia Proxima Poetis: The Intertextual Practices of Historical Poetry

Poetry in Polybius: The Source Material of Hellenistic Historiography Scott Farrington

69.1

Historia Proxima Poetis: The Intertextual Practices of Historical Poetry

QUIA VIDETUR HISTORIAM COMPOSUISSE, NON POEMA: ROMAN EPIC AS ROMAN HISTORY Thomas Biggs

69.2

Historia Proxima Poetis: The Intertextual Practices of Historical Poetry

Gregory of Nazianzus' De vita sua (Poema 2.1.11): Tragedy's Emotion and Historiography Suzanne Abrams-Rebillard

69.3

Historia Proxima Poetis: The Intertextual Practices of Historical Poetry

Epic Manipulation: Restructuring Livy’s Hannibalic war in Silius Italicus’ Punica Salvador Bartera and Claire Stocks

73.4

Homer: Poetics and Exegesis

The Shield and the Bow: Arms, Authority and Identity in the Iliad and the Odyssey Aara Suksi

73.6

Homer: Poetics and Exegesis

Exegetic Backgrounds to Aristotle’s "Homeric Problems" Benjamin Sammons

73.5

Homer: Poetics and Exegesis

The way to Ithaca lies through Hades: Odysseus’ nostos and the Nekyia George Gazis

73.3

Homer: Poetics and Exegesis

Athena hetairos: the replacement of warrior-companionship in the Odyssey John Esposito

73.2

Homer: Poetics and Exegesis

The Limits of Lament: Grief, Consummation, and Homeric Narrative Tyler Flatt

73.1

Homer: Poetics and Exegesis

The Death of Achilles and The Meaning and Antiquity of Formulas in Homer Chiara Bozzone

52.1

Homo Ludens: Teaching the Ancient World via Games

Persona grata: Role-playing games in language and civilization instruction Sarah Landis, Maxwell Teitel Paule, and T. H. M. Gellar-Goad

52.2

Homo Ludens: Teaching the Ancient World via Games

“Future Archaeology”: modular roleplay in material-culture courses Robyn Le Blanc

52.4

Homo Ludens: Teaching the Ancient World via Games

A “practomimetic” approach to game-based learning Roger Travis

52.3

Homo Ludens: Teaching the Ancient World via Games

Ethopoeia and “Reacting to the Past” in the Latin classroom (and beyond) Bret Mulligan

27.5

Humoerotica

Not a Freak but a Jack-in-the-Box: Philaenis in Martial, Epigram 7.67 Sandra Boehringer

27.2

Humoerotica

The Consequences of Laughter in Aeschines’ Against Timarchos Deborah Kamen

27.4

Humoerotica

Who Loves You, Baby? Martial as Priapic Seducer in the Epigrams Eugene O'Connor

27.3

Humoerotica

Or Are You Just Happy to See Me? Hermaphrodites, Invagination, and Kinaesthetic Humor in Pompeian Houses David Fredrick

27.1

Humoerotica

The Wolfish Lover: The Dog as a Comic Metaphor in Homoerotic Symposium Pottery Marina Hayworth

39.3

Inflation and Commodity-Based Coinages in the Later Roman Empire

Currency and Inflation in Late Antiquity Filippo Carlà

39.2

Inflation and Commodity-Based Coinages in the Later Roman Empire

Bronze Currency and Local Authority in 4th-century Egypt Irene Soto

39.4

Inflation and Commodity-Based Coinages in the Later Roman Empire

Roman Coinage, between Commodity and Currency Gilles Bransbourg

39.1

Inflation and Commodity-Based Coinages in the Later Roman Empire

Debasement and Inflation in the western Empire during the third century CE Daniel Hoyer

77.2

Innovative Encounters between Ancient Religious Traditions

Animals and Worship in the Temple of Isis at Pompeii Frederick E. Brenk

77.6

Innovative Encounters between Ancient Religious Traditions

Josephus and Judah Ben-Hur Jon Solomon

77.1

Innovative Encounters between Ancient Religious Traditions

Why was Socrates charged with “introducing religious innovations”? Kirk R. Sanders

77.4

Innovative Encounters between Ancient Religious Traditions

Monica as Socrates in Augustine's Confessions IX Thomas Miller

77.3

Innovative Encounters between Ancient Religious Traditions

Constantine on the “Rise” of Adam Timothy Heckenlively

77.5

Innovative Encounters between Ancient Religious Traditions

How to Read Isis: Apuleius and Plato’s Myth of Er Byron MacDougall

9.4

Inscriptions and Literary Sources

Pride of Place: Remembering Herodotos in Late Hellenistic Halikarnassos Jeremy LaBuff

9.2

Inscriptions and Literary Sources

An Unlikely Muse: Temple Inventories, Their Readers, and Literary Epigram Elizabeth Kosmetatou

9.5

Inscriptions and Literary Sources

The Pharos of Alexandria: At the Interface Between Non-Extant Inscription and Other Written Evidence Patricia A. Butz

9.3

Inscriptions and Literary Sources

Opinions About Honorific Statues: the Case of Dion vs. Rhodians Jelle Stoop

40.2

Interactive Pedagogy and the Teaching of Ancient History

“Reconvening the Senate: Learning Outcomes after Using Reacting to the Past in the Intermediate Latin Course” Christine Loren Albright

40.1

Interactive Pedagogy and the Teaching of Ancient History

“Reacting to the Past Pedagogy and ‘Beware the Ides of March, Rome in 44 BCE’” Carl A. Anderson and T. Keith Dix

40.4

Interactive Pedagogy and the Teaching of Ancient History

“More than Bringing History to Life: Experimental History as an Interactive Pedagogy” Lee Brice

40.3

Interactive Pedagogy and the Teaching of Ancient History

“Making History Come Alive: Reflections on 20-years’ Worth of Role-Playing Simulation Games, Exercises, and Paper Assignments” Gregory Aldrete

4.2

Intrageneric Dialogues in Hellenistic and Imperial Epic

Coast of Outopia: the Argo in the Tyrrhenian Sea Carolyn MacDonald

4.4

Intrageneric Dialogues in Hellenistic and Imperial Epic

Aeacus’ Heroism and Homeric Reception in Nonnus’ Dionysiaca Joshua Fincher

4.1

Intrageneric Dialogues in Hellenistic and Imperial Epic

Argeia and Thersander in Antimachos’ Thebaid? Michael Haslam

4.5

Intrageneric Dialogues in Hellenistic and Imperial Epic

The Aesthetics of Slaughter in Quintus Smyrnaeus’ Posthomerica Nicholas Kauffman

4.3

Intrageneric Dialogues in Hellenistic and Imperial Epic

Nomen Echionium: Theban narratives in Virgil's Aeneid Stefano Rebeggiani

79.3

Language and Linguistics: Lexical, Syntactical, and Philosophical Aspects

All in a δή’s work: Discourse-cohesive δή in Herodotus’ Thermopylae narrative Coulter George

79.5

Language and Linguistics: Lexical, Syntactical, and Philosophical Aspects

Dialectic and Proof in Topics 1.2 Charles George

79.4

Language and Linguistics: Lexical, Syntactical, and Philosophical Aspects

Listening to the logos: harmonia and syntax in Heraclitus Luke Parker

79.1

Language and Linguistics: Lexical, Syntactical, and Philosophical Aspects

Not-so-impersonal passives in Plautus Hans Bork

79.2

Language and Linguistics: Lexical, Syntactical, and Philosophical Aspects

The Semantic Evolution of Δίγλωσσος Robert Groves

3.4

Law and Empire in the Roman World

Empire and Agency: Women and the Law in the Eastern Roman Provinces Mary Deminion

3.3

Law and Empire in the Roman World

The lex Rupilia and the role of provincial administration in Roman legal history Charles Bartlett

3.5

Law and Empire in the Roman World

Ulpian and the Criminalization of Divination David M. Ratzan

3.2

Law and Empire in the Roman World

Lex or Leges?: Augustus' Judiciary Reforms Emily Master

3.1

Law and Empire in the Roman World

The Right to a Leisurely Trial? Strategy, Signaling, and Speed in P. Oxy. XLII 3017 Martin Reznick

43.1

Libros Me Futurum: New Directions in Apuleian Scholarship

Apuleius’ Book of Trans* Formations: A Transgender Studies Reappraisal of Met. 8.24-30 and 11.17-30 H. Christian Blood

43.2

Libros Me Futurum: New Directions in Apuleian Scholarship

Apuleius and the ‘Impossible Tasks’: Linking together the Heavens and the Earth Elsa Giovanna Simonetti

43.3

Libros Me Futurum: New Directions in Apuleian Scholarship

Apuleius’ Use and Abuse of Platonic Myth in the Metamorphoses Jeffrey Ulrich

43.4

Libros Me Futurum: New Directions in Apuleian Scholarship

The Mantle of Humanity: Met. 11.24 and Apuleian Ethics Sasha-Mae Eccleston

12.1

Looking Both Ways: Dialogic Receptions in Practice

From Botticelli to Ovid’s Flora John F. Miller

12.3

Looking Both Ways: Dialogic Receptions in Practice

Beasting It – Homeric Similes on the Bayou Corinne O. Pache

12.2

Looking Both Ways: Dialogic Receptions in Practice

Appropriation and Reflection: The Augustan Age in the Light of Italian Fascism Genevieve Gessert

12.4

Looking Both Ways: Dialogic Receptions in Practice

Cinemetamorphosis: Toward a Cinematic Theory of Classical Narrative Martin Winkler

62.5

Making Meaning from Data

Enhancing and Extending the Digital Study of Intertextuality Joseph P. Dexter, Matteo Romanello, Pramit Chaudhuri, Tathagata Dasgupta, and Nilesh Tripuraneni

62.1

Making Meaning from Data

What Do You Do with a Million Links? Elton Barker, Pau de Soto, Leif Isaksen, and Rainer Simon

62.3

Making Meaning from Data

Trees into Nets: Network-based Approaches to Ancient Greek Treebanks Francesco Mambrini and Marco Passarotti

62.2

Making Meaning from Data (Joint SCS/AIA Panel)

Beyond Rhetoric: the Correlation of Data, Syntax, and Sense in Literary Analysis Marie-Claire Beaulieu, J. Matthew Harrington, and Bridget Almas

62.4

Making Meaning from Data (Joint SCS/AIA Panel)

Inside-out and Outside-In: Improving and Extending Digital Models for Archaeological Interpretation Rachel Opitz, James Newhard, Marcello Mogetta, Tyler Johnson, Samantha Lash, and Matt Naglak

15.3

Medieval Latin Poetry

Navigating the Gaze in the Paderborn Epic Eb Joseph Daniels

15.4

Medieval Latin Poetry

Literary Criticism in the Vulgate Commentary on Ovid’s Metamorphoses Frank Coulson

15.1

Medieval Latin Poetry

Ipse senatorum meminit clarissimus ordo: Memory, Identity, and Spatial Polemic in Prudentius' Contra Symmachum Joshua J Hartman

53.1

Neo-Latin Texts in the Americas and Europe

Out of the Pietist Labyrinth: Susanna Sprögel’s Latin Verses Owen Ewald

53.4

Neo-Latin Texts in the Americas and Europe

Love's Imperium in Garcilaso's Third Latin Ode Joseph D. Reed

53.3

Neo-Latin Texts in the Americas and Europe

… quae mihi satis liberalis et humana visa K. T. S. Klos

53.5

Neo-Latin Texts in the Americas and Europe

Myths of Poetry and Praise: Orpheus in Poliziano's and Statius' Silvae Marco Romani Mistretta

53.2

Neo-Latin Texts in the Americas and Europe

Greek and Roman Sources in Niels Hemmingsen’s De lege naturae apodictica methodus Eric Hutchinson

53.6

Neo-Latin Texts in the Americas and Europe

José Manuel Peramás’ De Invento Novo Orbe Inductoque Illuc Christi Sacrificio (1777): [world]views of America in a little-known Neo-Latin epic on Columbus’ voyages to the "New World" Maya Feile Tomes

5.2

New Fragments of Sappho

"(S)he do the polis in different voices" Joel Lidov

5.5

New Fragments of Sappho

Reimagining the Fragments of Sappho Diane Rayor

5.1

New Fragments of Sappho

Provenance, authenticity, and the text of the New Sappho papyri Dirk Obbink

5.4

New Fragments of Sappho

The Reception of the New Sappho in Latin Literature Llewelyn Morgan

5.3

New Fragments of Sappho

Sappho and her Brothers Eva Stehle

33.1

New Frontiers in the Study of Roman Epicureanism

Gastronomy and Slavery under Caesar: the Politics of an Epicurean Cliché (Ad Fam. 15.18) Nathan Gilbert

33.2

New Frontiers in the Study of Roman Epicureanism

Code-switching for Epicurus in the Late Republic Pamela Gordon

33.3

New Frontiers in the Study of Roman Epicureanism

Horace’s Philosophical Upbringing in Satires 1.4 Sergio Yona

33.5

New Frontiers in the Study of Roman Epicureanism

Virgilian Enargeia: Hellenistic Epistemology and Rhetoric in Aeneas’ Gaze Robert Hedrick

33.4

New Frontiers in the Study of Roman Epicureanism

Tibullus On Property Management Benjamin Vines Hicks

9.1

Organized by the American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

Herodotus 1.64.3 and Alkmeonides' Dedications IG I^3 597 and 1469: A Case for Alkmaionid Exile Cameron Pearson

44.1

ORGANS: Form, Function and Bodily Systems in Greco-Roman Medicine

Birth and the Many-Legged Womb Anna Bonnell-Freidin

44.3

ORGANS: Form, Function and Bodily Systems in Greco-Roman Medicine

Vivisection and Revelation: Some Narratives from Latin Literature Michael Goyette

44.4

ORGANS: Form, Function and Bodily Systems in Greco-Roman Medicine

Fighting with the Heart of a Beast: Galen's Use of Exotic Animal Anatomy against Cardiocentrists Luis Alejandro Salas

44.2

ORGANS: Form, Function and Bodily Systems in Greco-Roman Medicine

Organs Personified: Their Form and Function in the Empathetic Medical System of Aretaeus of Cappadocia Amber Porter

2.3

Ovidian Poetics, Ovidian Receptions

Amber Tears and Swan Songs: Ovid and Poetic Authority in Lucian’s Ἠλέκτρου Carrie Mowbray

2.5

Ovidian Poetics, Ovidian Receptions

Daphne’s Posthuman Bodies: Reading Ovid’s Metamorphoses as Science Fiction Benjamin Eldon Stevens

2.2

Ovidian Poetics, Ovidian Receptions

'Romanae spatium Urbis': Ovidian Narrative and Roman Space in the 'Fasti' Leon Grek

2.4

Ovidian Poetics, Ovidian Receptions

Humanist horti: the poetics of innovation in Giovanni Pontano’s De hortis Hesperidum Luke Roman

2.1

Ovidian Poetics, Ovidian Receptions

Conjugal reunions: Ovid’s Orpheus and Eurydice and Euripides’ Alcestis Sergios Paschalis

34.3

Performance as Research, Performance as Pedagogy

Violence in Plautus: Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love performance Chris Bungard

34.3

Performance as Research, Performance as Pedagogy

Violence in Plautus: Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love performance Christopher Bungard

34.4

Performance as Research, Performance as Pedagogy

Doubling in practice and pedagogy Amy R. Cohen

34.2

Performance as Research, Performance as Pedagogy

Behind the façade: Staging the house in Euripides’ Orestes Megan Wilson

34.5

Performance as Research, Performance as Pedagogy

Aristophanes in performance in the 21st-century classroom Lily Kelting

34.1

Performance as Research, Performance as Pedagogy

Reconsidering choral projection in Aeschylus through performance Simone Oppen

19.1

Philosophical Poetics

Philosophy as a Reinterpretation of Poetry in Plato’s Republic Samuel Flores

19.5

Philosophical Poetics

Where is the Good? The Place of Agathon in the Symposium Phillip Horky

19.2

Philosophical Poetics

Between Hesiod and the Sophists: Prodicus’ Heracles at the Crossroads Katherine Lu Hsu

19.6

Philosophical Poetics

Persius 4 & 5: Pedagogy and the failure of philosophy Kate Meng Brassel

19.3

Philosophical Poetics

Plato's Protagoras as a Comedy of Pleasure James Andrews

19.4

Philosophical Poetics

“Since we are two alone:” Profaning the Patrios Nomos in Plato's Menexenus Clifford Robinson

35.1

Platonism and the Irrational

The Irrational Parts of the Soul “Against Nature” in Christian Neoplatonism? Gregory Nyssen with Antecedents in Origen and Aftermath in Evagrius Ilaria Ramelli

35.3

Platonism and the Irrational

Dialectic as autopsia: a lesson in Neoplatonic rationality Donka Marcus

35.4

Platonism and the Irrational

Astrology for Neoplatonists: Rational or Irrational? Marilynn Lawrence

35.2

Platonism and the Irrational

From Plato to Philo: On the Psychology and Physiology of Prophetic Dreaming Jason Reddoch

35.5

Platonism and the Irrational

The Irrational and the Paranormal: the legacy of E. R. Dodds Greg Shaw

28.1

Poetics, Politics, and Religion in Greek Lyric and Epinician

Rocking the Boat: The Iambic Sappho in the New Sappho Fragment David Wright

28.3

Poetics, Politics, and Religion in Greek Lyric and Epinician

Persuasion on Aegina in Pindar's Eighth Nemean David Kovacs

28.4

Poetics, Politics, and Religion in Greek Lyric and Epinician

Χάρις in the Epinician Odes of Pindar and Bacchylides Chris Eckerman

28.2

Poetics, Politics, and Religion in Greek Lyric and Epinician

Wile-loving Aphrodite in archaic poetry Elsa Bouchard

28.5

Poetics, Politics, and Religion in Greek Lyric and Epinician

Bacchylides’ Imitation of Art and Cult in Ode 17 Gregory Jones

28.6

Poetics, Politics, and Religion in Greek Lyric and Epinician

Colonial Narrative and the Excision of the Seer: The Disappearance of Melampous in Bacchylides’ Ode 11 Margaret Foster

7.2

Polyvalence by Design: Anticipated Audience in Hellenistic and Augustan Poetry

The Audience for Elegy: Inferences from Pompeii Peter Knox

7.3

Polyvalence by Design: Anticipated Audience in Hellenistic and Augustan Poetry

Dual Audience in Phaedrus Kristin Mann

7.4

Polyvalence by Design: Anticipated Audience in Hellenistic and Augustan Poetry

CIL 4.1520: Tracing Love Elegy's Various Readerships in a Pompeian Graffito Barbara Weinlich

7.1

Polyvalence by Design: Anticipated Audience in Hellenistic and Augustan Poetry

Polyeideia and the Intended Audience of Lucretius' De Rerum Natura Jason Nethercut

7.5

Polyvalence by Design: Anticipated Audience in Hellenistic and Augustan Poetry

Unintended Audiences: Ovid and the Tomitans in Ex Ponto 4.13 and 4.14 Angeline Chiu

54.6

Poster Session

Multiple Explanations and Unresolved Ambiguity in Porphyrio’s Commentary on Horace Bram van der Velden

54.2

Poster Session

The promise and pitfalls of authoring your own e-textbook Brandtly Jones

54.5

Poster Session

The Dicts and Sayings of Greek Philosophers in the Digital Age Denis Searby

54.1

Poster Session

The Chinese Room and the Chess Player: on reading and language proficiency in Classics Eduardo Engelsing

54.4

Poster Session

Subversive Metatheater in Ancient Comedy Erin Moodie

8.4

Practice and Personal Experience

Incubation & Individual Experience in Sanctuaries of Asklepios Jessica Lamont

8.2

Practice and Personal Experience

Methodological Challenges of Studying Personal Experience in Early Christianity Robyn Walsh

8.1

Practice and Personal Experience

Durkheim, Weber, and Some Problems in the Recent Turn Toward the Individual in Ancient Greek Religion Kenneth Yu

8.5

Practice and Personal Experience

Vicarious religious healing in the Greco-Roman world Steven Muir

8.3

Practice and Personal Experience

Cybele and Attis in Domestic Cult at Olynthos: Evidence for Flexibility in Household Ritual Debby Sneed

0.1

Presidential Panel - Ancient Perspectives on the Value of Literature: Utilitarian versus Aesthetic

Debates about the Value of Literature from Homer to Aristotle Andrew Ford

0.2

Presidential Panel - Ancient Perspectives on the Value of Literature: Utilitarian versus Aesthetic

Literature and the Irreducible Problem of Value Stephen Halliwell

0.3

Presidential Panel - Ancient Perspectives on the Value of Literature: Utilitarian versus Aesthetic

The Utility of the Aesthetic and the Aesthetics of Life James I. Porter

0.4

Presidential Panel - Ancient Perspectives on the Value of Literature: Utilitarian versus Aesthetic

Reading like a Roman Rhetorician Joy Connolly

48.1

Problems in Ancient Ethical Philosophy

Method in the Nicomachean Ethics Carlo DaVia

48.2

Problems in Ancient Ethical Philosophy

The Pre-Emotions of the Stoic Wise Man David Kaufman

48.6

Problems in Ancient Ethical Philosophy

Real Harm, not Slight: the Prerequisites for "Natural Anger" in Philodemus' On Anger and their Influence on Vergil David Armstrong

48.7

Problems in Ancient Ethical Philosophy

More than Meets the Eye: Public Attention and Moral Conduct in Seneca Erica Bexley

48.3

Problems in Ancient Ethical Philosophy

Lucretian Temporality: the problem of the Epicurean Past in the De Rerum Natura Georgina White

48.4

Problems in Ancient Ethical Philosophy

Love and the Structure of Emotion in Lucretius Pamela Zinn

48.5

Problems in Ancient Ethical Philosophy

Reason in Philodemus's De dis 1 Sonya Wurster

56.1

Problems of Triumviral and Augustan Poetics

Horace and Hypothêkai Andrew Horne

56.3

Problems of Triumviral and Augustan Poetics

Cupid, Minerva, and Lyric Consciousness: Two Readings of Odes 3.12 Brian McPhee

56.2

Problems of Triumviral and Augustan Poetics

Revolutionary Horaces Jeri DeBrohun

56.4

Problems of Triumviral and Augustan Poetics

Varium et mutabile semper femina: Aeneid 4.569-70 and Odyssey 15.20-3 Kevin Muse

56.5

Problems of Triumviral and Augustan Poetics

The Rule of Three or fere tria? Authorial Artifice in Propertius 4.10 Rebecca Katz

56.6

Problems of Triumviral and Augustan Poetics

Fashion Victim? Domination and the Arts of Coiffure in Augustan Elegy Nandini Pandey

67.3

Profits and Losses in Ancient Greek Warfare

The Perils of Plunder: Sparta’s Uneasy Relationship with the Spoils of War Ellen Millender

67.1

Profits and Losses in Ancient Greek Warfare

Funding Greek Warfare: From Reciprocity and Redistribution to Profit and Wages Matthew Trundle

67.2

Profits and Losses in Ancient Greek Warfare

Athenian Generals: Private Profit and the Problem of Agency Michael S. Leese

67.4

Profits and Losses in Ancient Greek Warfare

War, Profit, Loss, and the Hellenistic Greek Polis: A Balance Sheet Graham Oliver

31.5

Receptions of Classical Literature in Premodern Scholarship

A Byzantine Scholar at Work: Demetrius Triclinius and Responsion between Separated Strophes in Greek Drama Almut Fries

31.2

Receptions of Classical Literature in Premodern Scholarship

Atticist Lexica and Atticistic Pronunciation Carlo Vessella

31.3

Receptions of Classical Literature in Premodern Scholarship

Dating the Catalepton: How Servius Misread Donatus and Created the Collection Dave Oosterhuis

31.4

Receptions of Classical Literature in Premodern Scholarship

Scribes, language, and education in Petra in the 6th century CE Marja Vierros

31.1

Receptions of Classical Literature in Premodern Scholarship

Arguing through analogy in Pollux' "Onomastikon" Stylianos Chronopoulos

38.3

Rejecting the Classics: Rupture and Revolution

Disenchanting Odysseus: Auerbach and Adorno on the Philhellenic Enlightenment Mathura Umachandran

38.1

Rejecting the Classics: Rupture and Revolution

The tragedy of Aimé Césaire: building a future from the ruins of antiquity Adam Edward Lecznar

38.2

Rejecting the Classics: Rupture and Revolution

An Aristotelian Verfremdungseffekt; or, the rejection of the Poetics in Postdramatic Theatre Emma Cole

20.2

Religion, Ritual, and Identity

Curses, Class, and Gender: Psychological and Demographic Aspects of Roman “Magic” Andreas Bendlin

20.4

Religion, Ritual, and Identity

A New Latin Inscription from Cetamura del Chianti: Private Ritual at a Sacred Well Lora Holland

20.1

Religion, Ritual, and Identity

The Heloreia Festival at Halaisa Archonideia, Tauromenion, and Syracuse Paul Iversen

20.5

Religion, Ritual, and Identity

Philostratus, prognōsis, and the alternatives to divination Roshan Abraham

20.3

Religion, Ritual, and Identity

A new paradigm for Roman imperial priesthoods? Reconsidering the religious elements in associative life in early imperial Italy Zsuzsanna Varhelyi

11.3

Representation of Time in the Hellenistic and Roman World

Chronos as all-encompassing – Plato’s Unification of Time Barbara Sattler

11.1

Representation of Time in the Hellenistic and Roman World

The Greco-Roman Sundial as Virtuoso Greek Mathematics Alexander Jones

11.2

Representation of Time in the Hellenistic and Roman World

A Doctor on the Clock: The Roles of Clocks and Hours in Galen’s Medical Treatises Kassandra Jackson

11.4

Representation of Time in the Hellenistic and Roman World

The Unity of Time in Plautus’ Captivi Robert Germany

50.2

Roman Exile: Poetry, Prose, and Politics

The Exile of Coriolanus: Space, Identity, and Memory in Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita Alexandra Kennedy

50.5

Roman Exile: Poetry, Prose, and Politics

Ira Caesaris and Ovid’s Exile Epistles: A New Reading Jayne Knight

50.3

Roman Exile: Poetry, Prose, and Politics

Acti Fati … Romanam Condere Gentem: The Politics of Exile in Vergil’s Aeneid Kenneth Sammond

50.4

Roman Exile: Poetry, Prose, and Politics

Resonances of Tiberius’ Exile in Ovidian Literature Sanjaya Thakur

50.1

Roman Exile: Poetry, Prose, and Politics

Exile as a Mode of Genius: Metellus Numidicus and the Performance of Exile W. Jeffrey Tatum

29.5

Slavery and Status in Ancient Literature and Society

Sicily and the Eclogues of Vergil Matthew Leigh

29.6

Slavery and Status in Ancient Literature and Society

Xenophon of Ephesus’ Critique of Stoic Thinking about Slavery William Owens

29.1

Slavery and Status in Ancient Literature and Society

Why can't a woman be more like a bee? Poetic persona and Hesiod's bee simile in Semonides Fr. 7 Anna Conser

29.4

Slavery and Status in Ancient Literature and Society

Keeping Luxury At Bay: Elephants in Megasthenes’ Indika Clara Bosak-Schroeder

29.2

Slavery and Status in Ancient Literature and Society

The Curious Case of Chaerephilus & Sons: Vertical Integration and the Ancient Greek Economy Ephraim Lytle

29.3

Slavery and Status in Ancient Literature and Society

Specialization Among Citizens in Classical Greece Mark Pyzyk

1.1

The Body in Question

Physiology of Matricide: Revenge and Metabolism Imagery in Aeschylus’ Choephoroe Goran Vidovic

1.4

The Body in Question

Apollonius the Pantomime: Silence and Dance in Philostratus' Life of Apollonius of Tyana Mali Skotheim

1.3

The Body in Question

Body Horror and Biopolitics in Livy’s Third Decade Paul Hay

1.6

The Body in Question

The Gilded Maggot: the disgusting beauty of Christian ascetic bodies Tom Hawkins

1.2

The Body in Question

Ethiopian Blackness: Aristotelian Commentators on “Affective Qualities” and Racial Characteristics Thomas Cirillo

1.5

The Body in Question

Somaesthetics and the Sublime: The rhetoric of the ‘clinical body’ in Longinus’ Περὶ ὕψους Ursula M. Poole

68.4

The Classics and Early Anthropology

Towards a New Comparativism in Classics Maurizio Bettini and William Short

68.3

The Classics and Early Anthropology

Anthropology and the Creation of the Classical Other Franco De Angelis

68.2

The Classics and Early Anthropology

Colourblind: The Use of Homeric Greek in Cultural Linguistics Melissa Funke

68.1

The Classics and Early Anthropology

Culture and Classics: Edward Burnett Tylor and Romanization Eliza Gettel

46.1

The Figure of the Tyrant

Inheriting War: Father and Son in the Peloponnesian War Rachel Bruzzone

46.2

The Figure of the Tyrant

Demosthenes and the Financial Power of Philip II Robert Sing

46.6

The Figure of the Tyrant

Liberator or Tyrannus? The Ideology of Libertas in Usurpation and Civil War Tristan Taylor

46.4

The Figure of the Tyrant

“You, too, son, must die!”: Caesar’s prophecy and the death of Brutus Ioannis Ziogas

46.5

The Figure of the Tyrant

A Bridge to Nowhere: Caligula’s Baiae Procession and Its Models Jake Nabel

46.3

The Figure of the Tyrant

Tyrant labeling and modes of sole rulership in Diodorus Siculus’ Bibliotheke Marcaline Boyd

13.3

The Impact of Moses Finley

Finley in Britain Dorothy Thompson

13.2

The Impact of Moses Finley

Finley in America Fred Naiden

65.1

The Intellectual Culture of the Second to Fourth Centuries CE: Christians, Jews, Philosophers, and Sophists

Style, Posture and Deportment in the Frame Narrative of Justin Martyr’s Dialogue with Trypho, a Jew Allan Georgia

65.3

The Intellectual Culture of the Second to Fourth Centuries CE: Christians, Jews, Philosophers, and Sophists

Lactantius’s Plato: Rethinking the Role of Philosophers in De ira Dei Kristina A. Meinking

65.4

The Intellectual Culture of the Second to Fourth Centuries CE: Christians, Jews, Philosophers, and Sophists

Naming God, Defining Heretics, and the Development of a Textual Culture: Gregory of Nyssa and the Eunomian Controversy Matthew Lootens

65.2

The Intellectual Culture of the Second to Fourth Centuries CE: Christians, Jews, Philosophers, and Sophists

Diogenes Laertius and Cross-Cultural Intellectual Debates in the Third Century Jared Secord

60.4

The Intellectual Legacy of M. Terentius Varro: Varronian Influence on Roman Scholarship and Latin Literary Culture

Varro and His Influence in the Fourth and Fifth Century Latin West Michele Renee Salzman

60.1

The Intellectual Legacy of M. Terentius Varro: Varronian Influence on Roman Scholarship and Latin Literary Culture

The Antiquitates Rerum Divinarum and the Creation of the Roman National Identity Isaia Crosson

60.2

The Intellectual Legacy of M. Terentius Varro: Varronian Influence on Roman Scholarship and Latin Literary Culture

Parodic Pedants: Satire in Quintilian’s Institutio Oratoria 1.6 and Varro’s De Lingua Latina 8–9 Curtis Dozier

60.3

The Intellectual Legacy of M. Terentius Varro: Varronian Influence on Roman Scholarship and Latin Literary Culture

Monumenta rerum ac disciplinarum? Varro’s Reception and the Case of Gellius’ Noctes Atticae Book 3 Scott DiGiulio

60.5

The Intellectual Legacy of M. Terentius Varro: Varronian Influence on Roman Scholarship and Latin Literary Culture

Varro’s theologia tripertita in Augustus and Augustine Steven J. Lundy

17.3

The Matter of Thebes

A Theban Odyssey: Family, Identity, and Finitude in the Epic Cycle Ella Haselswerdt

17.1

The Matter of Thebes

Eteocles and the Sound of Silence Patrick Lambdin

17.4

The Matter of Thebes

A Look at Thebes's Place in American Fiction (1962-2010) Michele Valerie Ronnick

17.2

The Matter of Thebes

The Comic and the Tragic Birth of Heracles Dustin Dixon

36.3

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Foreign Voices: Caesar's Use of 'Enemy' Speech in the Helvetii Campaign Haley Flagg

36.5

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

"Et Legebat et Mutabatur Intus:" Reading and Conversion in Augustine's Confessions Joshua Benjamins

36.4

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Towards a New Lexicon of Fear: A Statistical and Grammatical Analysis of pertimescere in Cicero Emma Vanderpool

36.2

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

"To Laugh at One's Enemies:" Vengeance by Humiliation and the Tyranny of the Stronger in Sophocles' Ajax J. LaRae Ferguson

36.1

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Seal of Theognis and Oral-Traditional Signature Maxwell A. Gray

26.5

The Other Side of Victory: War Losses in the Ancient World

Remembering the ‘Greatest Shame’: Roman, Persian, and Christian Responses to the Emperor Valerian as Prisoner of War Craig Caldwell

26.4

The Other Side of Victory: War Losses in the Ancient World

The Sale of Captives on the Comic Stage: Communal Memory in the 200s BC Amy Richlin

26.1

The Other Side of Victory: War Losses in the Ancient World

Demosthenes Epitaphios (60), Chaeronea and the Rhetoric of Defeat Max L. Goldman

26.3

The Other Side of Victory: War Losses in the Ancient World

“No Strength to Stand”: Defeat at Panion, the Macedonian class, and Ptolemaic Decline Paul Johstono

26.2

The Other Side of Victory: War Losses in the Ancient World

Achaemenid Soldiers, Alexander’s Conquest, and the Experience of Defeat John Hyland

10.1

The Performance of Greek Poetry

The Songs of the Deliades: Multilingualism in Ritual Contexts Annette Teffeteller

10.2

The Performance of Greek Poetry

Between Athens and Delphi: The Pragmatics of the Delphic Hymns Claas Lattmann

10.3

The Performance of Greek Poetry

On the “Scribe as Performer” and the Homeric Text Jonathan Ready

10.4

The Performance of Greek Poetry

Composing Archaic Greek Elegy in the Roman Empire: Theognidea 1-18 Lawrence Kowerski

42.4

The Problematic Text: Classical Editing in the 21st Century

Philology and Textual Editing in the Classroom (and Beyond) Francesca Schironi

42.3

The Problematic Text: Classical Editing in the 21st Century

Beyond variants: Some digital desiderata for the critical apparatus of ancient Greek and Latin texts Cynthia Damon

42.1

The Problematic Text: Classical Editing in the 21st Century

Quae quibus anteferam? The grouping and ordering of works in modern editions of classical texts Richard Tarrant

71.3

Travel, Travelers and Traveling in Late Antique Literary Culture

Symbolic Territories: Relic Translation and Aristocratic Competition in Victricius of Rouen David Natal Villazala

71.1

Travel, Travelers and Traveling in Late Antique Literary Culture

Exile and Identity: The Origins of the Luciferian Community Colin Whiting

71.2

Travel, Travelers and Traveling in Late Antique Literary Culture

Philosophy and Travel in the Letters of Synesius Alex Petkas

55.4

Truth and Untruth

The Historia Augusta’s “Audacity to Invent”: Biography and the Ancient Novel in the Late Empire Kathryn Langenfeld

55.6

Truth and Untruth

Coloring Outside the Lines: Magnus Felix Ennodius’ Distorted Declamations Miller Krause

55.5

Truth and Untruth

Empire and Aporia in Petronius’ Bellum Civile Robert Simms

55.1

Truth and Untruth

No Place Like Home: Narratorial Participation in Lucian’s True Histories Bryant Kirkland

55.2

Truth and Untruth

Hannibal the Historian at Ticinus and Cannae Charles Oughton

32.1

Untimeliness and Classical Knowing

Classics and the Precipice of Time Simon Goldhill

32.3

Untimeliness and Classical Knowing

Tragedy and the Intrusion of Time: Carl Schmitt’s Hamlet or Hecuba Miriam Leonard

32.4

Untimeliness and Classical Knowing

Quantum Classics: Untimely Chronologies and Postclassical Literary Histories Tim Whitmarsh

32.2

Untimeliness and Classical Knowing

The Untimely Scholar: Radicalism and Tradition Constanze Güthenke

80.4

Vergil, Elegy, and Epigram

Elegy and Epic in the Aeneid Deborah Beck

80.2

Vergil, Elegy, and Epigram

Vergil and Propertius: Literary Influence and Genre Amy Leonard

80.3

Vergil, Elegy, and Epigram

Dido, Epigram, and Authorship, before and after the Aeneid Michael Tueller

80.5

Vergil, Elegy, and Epigram

Elegiac Amor and Mors in Vergil’s ‘Italian Aeneid’ Sarah McCallum

80.1

Vergil, Elegy, and Epigram

Poetic Constraints: Gallus and the Limits of Generics Exploration in the Eclogues Aaron Seider

22.1

Voice and Sound in Classical Greece

Choral Whispers Timothy Power

22.2

Voice and Sound in Classical Greece

Mythologies of the Voice: Plato’s Cicadas and the Nature of the Voice Pauline LeVen

22.3

Voice and Sound in Classical Greece

Choral Ventriloquism in Aeschylus’ Agamemnon Sarah Nooter

22.5

Voice and Sound in Classical Greece

“The Deep-Voiced Lord of Thunder”: Thunder and the Poetic Voice in Pindar Owen Goslin

22.4

Voice and Sound in Classical Greece

Acoustic Ironies in Euripides’ Trojan Women Emily Allen-Hornblower

75.1

War, Slavery, and Society in the Ancient World

REMEMBERING TO FORGET: THE BATTLE OF OENOE David Yates

75.2

War, Slavery, and Society in the Ancient World

The Pirate Connection: Rome’s Servile Wars and Eastern Campaigns Aaron Beek

75.3

War, Slavery, and Society in the Ancient World

Staging Revolt: Theater in the Sicilian Slave Wars Grace Gillies

75.5

War, Slavery, and Society in the Ancient World

“By Any Other Name” – Disgrace, Defeat and the Loss of Legionary History Graeme Ward

75.6

War, Slavery, and Society in the Ancient World

The Armenian Factor in Constantine’s Foreign Policy Lee E. Patterson

75.4

War, Slavery, and Society in the Ancient World

Handling slaves in the wake of war: a closer look at the Roman slave supply. Matthieu Abgrall

6.1

What Can Early Modernity Do for Classics?

What kind of Language did Ancient Romans Speak? A Fifteenth-century Debate Christopher S. Celenza

6.4

What Can Early Modernity Do for Classics?

Poetry between Latin and the vernacular: literature and literalism in the classical tradition Stephen Hinds

6.3

What Can Early Modernity Do for Classics?

Classical and Neo-Latin Philology: Separated at Birth? James Hankins

6.2

What Can Early Modernity Do for Classics?

Exploring the library of a 16th-century Cretan teacher Federica Ciccolella

6.5

What Can Early Modernity Do for Classics?

Early Modern Material Pasts: Architects, proto-archaeologists, and the power of images in the eighteenth century Giovanna Ceserani and Thea DeArmond

47.4

Women, Sex, and Power

Feminist Geography: The Empowered Women of Strabo Duane W. Roller

47.3

Women, Sex, and Power

A Taste for the Mentula: Female Critics in the Carmina Priapea Heather Elomaa

47.6

Women, Sex, and Power

The Erotics of Lettuce? Sexual Knowledge in Columella Book 10 Katharine von Stackelberg

47.1

Women, Sex, and Power

Aristotle and the Peripatetics on the Historiography of Martial Rape Kathy L. Gaca

47.5

Women, Sex, and Power

The Apotheosis of Poppaea Sebastian Anderson

24.4

Writing outside the Box: Communicating Classical Studies to Wider Audiences

Classics and the 21st-Century Poem Carl Phillips

24.2

Writing outside the Box: Communicating Classical Studies to Wider Audiences

Modern Ancient History James Romm

24.1

Writing outside the Box: Communicating Classical Studies to Wider Audiences

Classics in a Different Voice Carol Gilligan

24.3

Writing outside the Box: Communicating Classical Studies to Wider Audiences

The Art of Love/The Love of Art Jane Alison

24.5

Writing outside the Box: Communicating Classical Studies to Wider Audiences

Audiences Beyond the Box: Presenting Classics to Orchestra and Balcony Emily Wilson

66.4

μᾶλλον καὶ μᾶλλον: How Greek Instruction Can Reach More Students at More Levels

The 2014 College Greek Exam Albert Wantanabe

66.1

μᾶλλον καὶ μᾶλλον: How Greek Instruction Can Reach More Students at More Levels

Stronger Beginnings: Teaching First-Semester Greek in a Differentiated Classroom Karen Rosenbecker

66.2

μᾶλλον καὶ μᾶλλον: How Greek Instruction Can Reach More Students at More Levels

Beginning Classical Greek Online Lauri Reitzammer and Mitch Pentzer

66.3

μᾶλλον καὶ μᾶλλον: How Greek Instruction Can Reach More Students at More Levels

Teaching Graduate-Level Ancient Greek Online Velvet Yates

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