147th Annual Meeting Abstracts

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1.1

Texts and Transmission

Spurning Glosses: Etymological Interpretation of Poetry as a Social Phenomenon at Plutarch’s Symposia David F. Driscoll

1.2

Texts and Transmission

The Text of the Aegritudo Perdicae Louis Zweig

1.3

Texts and Transmission

Aeschylus’ ‘Semele or Water-Bearers’: Manuscripts and Plot Enrico Emanuele Prodi

1.4

Texts and Transmission

An Entwicklungsgeschichte of a Text? Werner Jaeger and Aristotle’s Metaphysics Mirjam Kotwick

1.5

Texts and Transmission

Using an Epitome to Decode Byzantine Reception of Planoudes’ Translation of Macrobius’ "Commentarii" Karen Carducci

2.1

Republican Literature

The Epistula ad Tiburtes and Roman-Latin Relations in the 2nd Century BCE Elizabeth Palazzolo

2.2

Republican Literature

Messalla Corvinus’ Ciceronian Career Joanna Kenty

2.3

Republican Literature

Defamiliarizing Cicero's De Re Publica Laura Viidebaum

2.4

Republican Literature

Cicero’s Paternal Grief: Public Commemoration for a Personal Loss Aaron Seider

2.5

Republican Literature

Tusculan Villas as Political Tools in Cicero’s Writings: More than Meets the Eye Paula Rondon-Burgos

3.1

Time and Memory

Man of the Hour: The Impact of Hourly Timekeeping in Galen’s Fever Case Histories Kassandra Jackson

3.2

Time and Memory

Dancing in the Dark: Nocturnal Pantomime Performances at Greek and Roman Festivals Mali Skotheim

3.3

Time and Memory

Constructing Time under the Roman Empire: The Politics of Time-Reckoning in Herakleia Pontika, Amastris, and Sinope Ching-Yuan Wu

3.4

Time and Memory

Historical Authority in Pausanias Book I Monica Park

3.5

Time and Memory

Before Athenian Thalassocracy: Minos’ Sea Power in Archaic and Non-Athenian Traditions Valerio Caldesi Valeri

4.1

Herodotus at 2500

Spoofing Herodotus Thomas Harrison

4.2

Herodotus at 2500

Rewriting the North: Herodotus, Aristeas, and the Construction of Authority Renaud Gagné

4.3

Herodotus at 2500

Herodotus on the Ethics of Retaliation Elizabeth Irwin

4.4

Herodotus at 2500

A Pre-post-human Herodotus: Distributed Knowledge in Herodotus’ Histories Emily Greenwood

5.1

The Ides of March: New Perspectives

Damned with Feigned Praise: The Role of Architecture in the Death of Julius Caesar Penelope Davies

5.2

The Ides of March: New Perspectives

Interpreting the Omens for Caesar's Assassination Richard Westall

5.3

The Ides of March: New Perspectives

Calpurnia and the Ides of March Josiah Osgood

5.4

The Ides of March: New Perspectives

Murder on Display: Performance and Persuasion at Caesar's funeral Ida Östenberg

6.1

The List as Genre

Divergent Series: A Poetics of Greek Inventories Athena Kirk

6.2

The List as Genre

An finitus sit mundus et an unus: Reading Pliny’s Lists of Nature Stephanie Frampton

6.3

The List as Genre

Jerome’s De Viris Illustribus and the Beginnings of a Christian Curriculum Irene SanPietro

6.4

The List as Genre

Consular Lists as Genre Alan Cameron

6.5

The List as Genre

Lists & Roman Law John Matthews

7.1

Globalizing the Field: Preserving and Creating Access to Archaeological Collections

The Giza Project at Harvard: Consolidated Access to the Pyramids Peter Der Manuelian

7.2

Globalizing the Field: Preserving and Creating Access to Archaeological Collections

Who Owns the Past? Evidence, Interpretation and the Use of Digital Archaeological Data Jon Frey

7.3

Globalizing the Field: Preserving and Creating Access to Archaeological Collections

Online Coins of the Roman Empire: An Open Resource for Roman Numismatics Andrew Robert Meadows

7.4

Globalizing the Field: Preserving and Creating Access to Archaeological Collections

Expanding the Archive: The Creation of the Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection (SPARC) Carolyn Heitman, Salmon Pueblo, and Paul Reed

8.1

Classica Africana Redux: Re-Visiting the Classicism of W.E.B. Du Bois

Cicero Crosses the Color Line: The Pro Archia Poeta and W.E.B. Du Bois’s The Souls of Black Folk Mathias Hanses

8.2

Classica Africana Redux: Re-Visiting the Classicism of W.E.B. Du Bois

W.E.B. Du Bois’s Foundation Myth of At(a)lanta Stephen Wheeler and Irenae Aigbedion

8.3

Classica Africana Redux: Re-Visiting the Classicism of W.E.B. Du Bois

Riddling toward Knowledge Tom Hawkins

8.4

Classica Africana Redux: Re-Visiting the Classicism of W.E.B. Du Bois

Classical Tradition and Black Nationalism in W.E.B. Du Bois’s The Star of Ethiopia Evan Lee

8.5

Classica Africana Redux: Re-Visiting the Classicism of W.E.B. Du Bois

Hell to Pay: Classics and Radical Inclusion in W.E.B. Du Bois’s “Of the Ruling of Men” Harriet Fertik

9.1

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Eurypylus and beyond: Groups and sub-groups of fragments in P.Oxy. IX 1175 + XVII 2081(b) Giulio Iovine

9.2

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

P.Mich. inv. 975 and papyri involving the town council of Antinoopolis François Gerardin

9.3

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Taxes, petitions, and the formulation of the ideal relationship between citizen and state in the late Roman empire Patrick Clark

9.4

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Late Byzantine legal practice and prosopography in a contract from the Princeton collection Nicholas Venable

9.5

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Prayers for protection against heretics? Two Greek amulets reconsidered Michael Zellmann-Rohrer

10.1

Ancient Music and the Emotions

Is the Idea of “Musical Emotion” Present in Classical Antiquity? Andreas Kramarz

10.2

Ancient Music and the Emotions

Aristotle on Musical Emotions Juan Pablo Mira

10.3

Ancient Music and the Emotions

When Sounds Become Song: Thauma as a Response to Musical Transformations Amy Lather

10.4

Ancient Music and the Emotions

Lament in the Land of logos Naomi Weiss

10.5

Ancient Music and the Emotions

The Experience of the Other: Dance and Empathy in Ancient Mystery Rites Karin Schlapbach

11.1

Prophecy

The Meanings of Nature: Philosophy, Science and Divination between Lucretius and Seneca Daniele Federico Maras

11.2

Prophecy

"Trusty" Oracles of Zeus? The Pragmatics of Prophecies in Sophocles' Trachiniae Amy Pistone

11.3

Prophecy

Signs and Patterns in Aratus' Myth of Ages Kathryn Wilson

11.4

Prophecy

Riddling Recipes: The Elegiac Instructions of Philo (SH 690) and Aglaias (SH 18) Floris Overduin

12.1

Money Matters

Patronage and the Athenian Democracy Andrew Alwine

12.2

Money Matters

Kapêloi and Economic Rationality in Fourth-Century BCE Athens Michael Leese

12.3

Money Matters

The Imperial Shuffle: Markets and Land Allotment on the Syracusan Frontier Timothy Sorg

12.4

Money Matters

The End of Hegemony? Revisiting Athenian Finance and Foreign Policy after the Social War Robert Sing

13.1

Performance, Politics, Pedagogy

Raising the Stakes: Mary-Kay Gamel and the Academic Stage Amy R. Cohen

13.2

Performance, Politics, Pedagogy

Sophocles after Ferguson: Antigone in St. Louis, 2014 Timothy J. Moore

13.3

Performance, Politics, Pedagogy

Navigating Tricky Topics: The Benefits of Performance Pedagogy Christopher Bungard

14.1

Traditions of Antiquity in the Post-Classical World: Religious, Ethnographic, and Political Representation in the Poetic Works of Paulinus of Nola, Claudian, and George of Pisidia

Anchoring Epic: Vergilian Quotations in Paulinus’ Epic on John and the Christian Tradition Roald Dijkstra

14.2

Traditions of Antiquity in the Post-Classical World: Religious, Ethnographic, and Political Representation in the Poetic Works of Paulinus of Nola, Claudian, and George of Pisidia

The Satirical and Epical Basis of Damasus’ Anti-pagan Invective Carmen Contra Paganos Diederik Burgersdijk

14.3

Traditions of Antiquity in the Post-Classical World: Religious, Ethnographic, and Political Representation in the Poetic Works of Paulinus of Nola, Claudian, and George of Pisidia

A Still Triumphant Empire with the Barbarians at the Gates: Imperial Epic and Ethnographic Discourse in the Bellum Geticum of Claudian Randolph Ford

14.4

Traditions of Antiquity in the Post-Classical World: Religious, Ethnographic, and Political Representation in the Poetic Works of Paulinus of Nola, Claudian, and George of Pisidia

George of Pisidia’s Depiction of the Persians and its Classical Antecedents Erik Hermans

15.1

German and Austrian Refugee Classicists: New Testimonies, New Perspectives

Werner Jaeger: The Chicago Years Stanley Burstein

15.2

German and Austrian Refugee Classicists: New Testimonies, New Perspectives

Between three worlds: the Odyssey of a Protestant German-Jewish Classicist: Friedrich W. Lenz Hans-Peter Obermayer

15.3

German and Austrian Refugee Classicists: New Testimonies, New Perspectives

Gendering the Study of Germanophone Refugee Classicists Judith P. Hallett

15.4

German and Austrian Refugee Classicists: New Testimonies, New Perspectives

Ernst Badian on Fritz Schachermeyr's Interpretation of Alexander the Great T. Corey Brennan

16.1

New Approaches to Fragments and Fragmentary Survival

When is a Fragment not a Fragment? The Problem of Fragmentary Roman Oratory Catherine Steel

16.2

New Approaches to Fragments and Fragmentary Survival

Fragmentary Furii and Latin Historical Epic Jessica H. Clark

16.3

New Approaches to Fragments and Fragmentary Survival

Fragmentary Texts, Contradictory Narrative, and the Roman Historical Tradition Christopher Simon

16.4

New Approaches to Fragments and Fragmentary Survival

The Philology of Fragments Sander Goldberg

17.1

Rome: The City as Text

Gateways to Rome in Aeneid 6 and 7 Lissa Crofton-Sleigh

17.2

Rome: The City as Text

Utopian Rome in Ovid’s Externalized View from Exile Rachel Philbrick

17.3

Rome: The City as Text

Reproducing Rome: Campania and the Imperial City in Statius' Silvae Amanda Klause

17.4

Rome: The City as Text

A Fool for the City? Images of Rome in St. Perpetua's Diary Jennifer A. Rea

18.1

Plutarch and Late Republican Rome

Plutarch's Usable (But Not Too Usable) Late Republican Past in the Praecepta rei publicae gerendae Gavin Weaire

18.2

Plutarch and Late Republican Rome

Violating the City: Plutarch’s Use of Religious Landscape in the Life of Sulla Mohammed Bhatti

18.3

Plutarch and Late Republican Rome

Sulla and the Creation of Roman Athens Inger Neeltje Irene Kuin

18.4

Plutarch and Late Republican Rome

Plutarch’s Caesar and the Historical Tradition Regarding Caesar’s Gallic War Rex Stem

19.1

Poster Session

Deriving Digital Thumbprints through Syntactic Analyses: New Paths for Greek Historiography Vanessa B. Gorman

19.2

Poster Session

A Library with a Garden: The Arthur & Janet C. Ross Library at the American Academy in Rome Sebastian Hierl

20.1

How (Not) to Write

How Not to Compose Prose: Hegesias of Magnesia as an Antimodel of Style Steven Ooms

20.2

How (Not) to Write

Xenophon’s Hiero as Literary Criticism: A Revisionary Perspective on Epinician Advice-Giving Laura Takakjy

20.3

How (Not) to Write

Playing Phthonos: Epinician Genre and Choreia in Plato Theodora Hadjimichael

20.4

How (Not) to Write

Herodotus and the Laws of Thurii David Blair Pass

20.5

How (Not) to Write

The Anti-Program of Thucydides' Archaeology Thomas Beasley

20.6

How (Not) to Write

Whose Hymns?: The Architecture and Authorship of the Homeric Hymn Collection Alexander Hall

21.1

Ancient Kingship

Σκηπτοῦχος Βασιλεύς: the Σκῆπτρον and Odysseus’ Kingship in the Odyssey Marie La Fond

21.2

Ancient Kingship

A Spartan Ghost at Pistoria: Xenophon's Agesilaus and the End of Sallust's Bellum Catilinae Marian Makins

21.3

Ancient Kingship

Dionysos, Sympotic Ships, and Empire: Banqueting aboard the Thalamegos of Ptolemy IV Kathryn Topper

21.4

Ancient Kingship

A New Approach to the Jewish Antiquities: Flavius Josephus' Philosophy of Monarchy Jacob Feeley

21.5

Ancient Kingship

Antioch in the Antonine cultural milieu: reception and construction of Seleukid civic past Chiara Grigolin

21.6

Ancient Kingship

The Inception of the Seleukid Empire Paul Vadan

22.1

Perception and the Senses

Scent in the Magical Papyri Britta Ager

22.2

Perception and the Senses

Thaumastic Acoustics: Typhon and the poetics of sight and sound Oliver Passmore

22.3

Perception and the Senses

Ancient Greek Lullabies: Magic or Mundane? Abbe Walker

22.4

Perception and the Senses

Plato and the Stoics on Non-Rational Feelings and Desires David Kaufman

22.5

Perception and the Senses

Cicero vs. Lucretius on Thought and Imagination Nathan Gilbert

22.6

Perception and the Senses

Rewriting the Conversion of Knemon in Menander’s "Dyskolos": Aelian’s "Letter" 15 Emilio Carlo Maria Capettini

23.1

Emperors, Aristocrats, and Bishops in Late Antiquity

Imperial Authority and Saeculum Rhetoric from Augustus to Constantine Susan Dunning

23.2

Emperors, Aristocrats, and Bishops in Late Antiquity

Public and private in fourth-century paganism: Firmicus Maternus' aristocratic Roman audience Mattias Gassman

23.3

Emperors, Aristocrats, and Bishops in Late Antiquity

Callidior ceteris persecutor: The Emperor Julian and his Place in Christian Historiography Moysés Marcos

23.4

Emperors, Aristocrats, and Bishops in Late Antiquity

Politics, the Brain, and Public Health in Late Antiquity Jessica Wright

23.5

Emperors, Aristocrats, and Bishops in Late Antiquity

Narrative Time and the Letters of Sidonius Apollinaris. Michael Hanaghan

24.1

Voicing Slaves in the Greco-Roman World

Political Culture from Below in the 200s BCE Amy Richlin

24.2

Voicing Slaves in the Greco-Roman World

Don’t Consult the hariolus: Slave Religions in the Rome of Plautus and Cato the Elder Dan-el Padilla Peralta

24.3

Voicing Slaves in the Greco-Roman World

Libertas plebis: The Metaphor of Slavery in Popular Protest Ellen O'Gorman

24.4

Voicing Slaves in the Greco-Roman World

The Official and Hidden Transcripts of Callirhoe’s Enslavement William Owens

24.5

Voicing Slaves in the Greco-Roman World

Speaking up for the Slave in Quintilian, Minor Declamations 340 and 342 Matthew Leigh

25.1

Thinking through Recent German Scholarship on the Roman Republic

The Politics of Elitism: The Roman Republic—Then and Now, in Old Europe and the Brave New Anglophone World Karl-Joachim Hölkeskamp

25.2

Thinking through Recent German Scholarship on the Roman Republic

“Memory, mémoire, erinnerung”: Interdependencies in French and German Scholarship in Classics—and their Echoes in the Anglophone World Tanja Itgenshorst

25.3

Thinking through Recent German Scholarship on the Roman Republic

Publicity, öffentlichkeit, and the Populus Romanus: Finding ‘the public’ in English and German Scholarship on the Late Republic Amy Russell

25.4

Thinking through Recent German Scholarship on the Roman Republic

The Study of Republican Rome and (the Phantom Menace of) the German ‘Sonderforschungsbereich’ Hans Beck

25.5

Thinking through Recent German Scholarship on the Roman Republic

The Economics of Roman Political Culture James K. Tan

26.1

Markets and the Ancient Greek Economy

Contracts and Market-Exchange in Classical Athens Edward M. Harris

26.2

Markets and the Ancient Greek Economy

Getting Produce to Market: Farming and the Technology of Transport in Classical Attica David Lewis

26.3

Markets and the Ancient Greek Economy

Middlemen: the Villains and Secret Heroes of the Ancient Greek market Alain Bresson

26.4

Markets and the Ancient Greek Economy

Marketing Mende: Athenaeus 11.784c and the Archaeology of Mendaian Amphoras Mark Lawall and Dylan Townshend

26.5

Markets and the Ancient Greek Economy

ShoEconomics: Market size and Supply of Footwear in Classical Athens Graham Oliver

27.1

Objects and Affect: The Materialities of Greek Drama

Stone into Smoke: Mortality and Materiality in Euripides' Troades Victoria Wohl

27.2

Objects and Affect: The Materialities of Greek Drama

Electra, Orestes, and the Sibling Hand Nancy Worman

27.3

Objects and Affect: The Materialities of Greek Drama

Objects, Emotions, Words: Orestes and the Empty Urn Joshua Billings

27.4

Objects and Affect: The Materialities of Greek Drama

Noses in the Orchestra: Sense and Substance in Athenian Satyr Drama Anna Uhlig

27.5

Objects and Affect: The Materialities of Greek Drama

Material Ghosts: Recycled Theatrical Equipment in Fifth-Century Athens Al Duncan

28.1

Classical and Early Modern Tragedy: Comparative Approaches and New Perspectives

Tragic Phaidra: A Diachronic Case Study between Antiquity and Early Modern Age Lothar Willms

28.2

Classical and Early Modern Tragedy: Comparative Approaches and New Perspectives

Hanc fabulam nescio an tragoediam vocare debeam: Florent Chrestien, Isaac Casaubon, tragedy and Euripides' Cyclops Malika Bastin-Hammou

28.3

Classical and Early Modern Tragedy: Comparative Approaches and New Perspectives

Totus Ulixes: Versions of Ulysses in the neo-Latin Ulysses Redux Emma Buckley

28.4

Classical and Early Modern Tragedy: Comparative Approaches and New Perspectives

Merope's Legacy on the Italian Stage Tatiana Korneeva

29.1

Responses to Homer’s Iliad by Women Writers, from WW2 to the Present

Simone Weil’s Iliad: Misunderstanding Homer? Barbara Gold

29.2

Responses to Homer’s Iliad by Women Writers, from WW2 to the Present

Reading Homer in Troubled Times: Rachel Bespaloff’s On the Iliad Seth Schein

29.3

Responses to Homer’s Iliad by Women Writers, from WW2 to the Present

Christa Wolf’s Cassandra: Different Times, Different Views Nancy Rabinowitz

29.4

Responses to Homer’s Iliad by Women Writers, from WW2 to the Present

“Everything Here is Conflictual”: American Women Poets Read the Iliad Sheila Murnaghan

29.5

Responses to Homer’s Iliad by Women Writers, from WW2 to the Present

Feminist at the Second Glance: Alice Oswald’s Memorial Carolin Hahnemann

30.1

Euripides

The Death of the King: Mythological Innovation in Euripides' "Erechtheus" Adam Rappold

30.2

Euripides

Musical Language and Performance in Euripides' Troades Peter Blandino

30.3

Euripides

Likely Story: Narrative and Probability in Euripides’ Troades Benjamin Sammons

30.4

Euripides

Euripides’ Ion: Monody as Agon Claire Catenaccio

30.5

Euripides

Euripides’ Comic Muse: Cratinus’ Nemesis in Euripides’ Helen Dustin Dixon

31.1

Gender and Identity

The Maternal Warrior: Achilles and Gendered Similes in the Iliad Celsiana Warwick

31.2

Gender and Identity

Heroic Action and Exogamy in Homeric Catalogues of Women Goda Thangada

31.3

Gender and Identity

The Gender Ratio in the Attic Stelai Peter Hunt

31.4

Gender and Identity

Merchant Matronae: Women, Ships, and Trade in the Hellenistic and Roman World Carrie Fulton

31.5

Gender and Identity

Heard, but Preferably not Seen: The Subversion of Women’s Social Networks in the Late Republic Krishni Burns

32.1

Friendship and Affection

Family Values: Negotiating Affection in the Attic Orators Hilary Lehmann

32.2

Friendship and Affection

Socrates and Eudaimonism in the Euthydemus and Meno Iakovos Vasiliou

32.3

Friendship and Affection

What Must We Know to Benefit From Aristotle's Lectures on Ethics? Carlo DaVia

32.4

Friendship and Affection

Friendship and θυμός in Aristotle Paul Ludwig

32.5

Friendship and Affection

"Bloom for Me": The Letters of Nikephoros Ouranos and the Greek Anthology Mark Masterson

33.1

Livy and the Construction of the Past

Livy’s Rejection of Polybius’ συμπλοκή: the Case for Competence Joseph Groves

33.2

Livy and the Construction of the Past

Exemplary Tyrants: Livy on Violence, Due Process, and Protecting the State Jacqueline Pincus

33.3

Livy and the Construction of the Past

A Head on the Body Politic? Figuring Authority in Livy's First Pentad Julia Mebane

33.4

Livy and the Construction of the Past

Between senatus and populus: Contested contiones in Livy’s Third Decade Anne Truetzel

33.5

Livy and the Construction of the Past

Choral Dynamics in Livy's AUC XXIII Kyle Sanders

34.1

Architecture and Self-Definition

How Syracusan Was The Carthaginian Treasury? Timothy Smith

34.2

Architecture and Self-Definition

The Tyrant as Liberator: The Treasury of Brasidas and the Acanthians at Delphi Matthew Sears

34.3

Architecture and Self-Definition

Self-Definition of Alexander the Great F. S. Naiden

34.4

Architecture and Self-Definition

Ritual and Identity at the Restored Epidauran Asklepieion Stephen Ahearne-Kroll

35.1

Standardization and the State

Materiality and Performance in the Use of Standardized Measures Robert Schon

35.2

Standardization and the State

Who Benefits? Incentive and Coercion in the Selection of Greek Monetary Standards Peter van Alfen

35.3

Standardization and the State

Measures and Standards in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily D. Alex Walthall

35.4

Standardization and the State

State Standards and Metrological Culture in Imperial Rome Andrew M. Riggsby

35.5

Standardization and the State

Performing Measurement in the Roman East Melissa Bailey

36.1

Fides in Flavian Poetry

Introduction: Fides in the early Roman Principate Claire Stocks

36.2

Fides in Flavian Poetry

The Failure of Fides in the Octavia Lauren Ginsberg

36.3

Fides in Flavian Poetry

Nulla fides, nulli super Hercule fletus? Shifting Loyalties in the Argonautica of Valerius Flaccus Tim Stover

36.4

Fides in Flavian Poetry

Fides in Statius’ Silvae Neil Bernstein

36.5

Fides in Flavian Poetry

Affirmatio Religiosa: Piety and Fides in Silius Italicus’ Punica Ray Marks

36.6

Fides in Flavian Poetry

Response/Conclusion. haec pietas, haec fides: Permutations of Trust in Statius’ Thebaid Antony Augoustakis

38.1

Cicero across Genres

Seeing the Whole in Cicero’s Brutus Christopher S. van den Berg

38.2

Cicero across Genres

Cum solitudine loqui: Ciceronian Solitude across Generic Lines Aaron Kachuck

38.3

Cicero across Genres

Arguments for Political Participation in Cicero’s pro Sestio and de Republica David West

38.4

Cicero across Genres

Epistolary Style and Rhetorical Style: A Path Across Letters and Rhetorical Treatises Francesco Ginelli

38.5

Cicero across Genres

Cicero the Satirist? Generic Variation and Allusion in the Letters Amanda Wilcox

39.1

Digital Resources for Teaching and Outreach

Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Seals Online Catalogue Lain Wilson and Jonathan Shea

39.2

Digital Resources for Teaching and Outreach

Using Online Tools to Teach Classics in a Small or Non-Existent Classics Program Kristina Chew

39.3

Digital Resources for Teaching and Outreach

Collaborative Annotation and Latin Pedagogy J. Bert Lott

39.4

Digital Resources for Teaching and Outreach

From Stone to Screen to Classroom Gwynaeth McIntyre, Melissa Funke, and Chelsea Gardner

39.5

Digital Resources for Teaching and Outreach

Dependency Syntax Trees in the Latin 1 Classroom Robert Gorman

40.1

The Future of Classical Education: A Dialogue

Classical Education in the UK: Boom or Bust? Arlene Holmes-Henderson

40.2

The Future of Classical Education: A Dialogue

Trends in Teachings the Classics to Undergraduates Mary Pendergraft

40.3

The Future of Classical Education: A Dialogue

Nondum Arabes Seresque rogant: Classics Looks East Kathleen Coleman

40.4

The Future of Classical Education: A Dialogue

A Liberal Art for the Future Nigel Nicholson

41.1

Marx and Antiquity

Ode on a Grecian Printing-Press: Marx and the possibility of antiquity Adam Edward Lecznar

41.2

Marx and Antiquity

Marxing out on Fundus: Salvaging the Slave from Virgil’s Farm Tom Geue

41.3

Marx and Antiquity

The Hell of the Populace: Marx, Epicurus, and the Limits of Enlightenment Martin Devecka

42.1

Herodotus’ “Constitutional Debate” From the Inside Out

The Fairest of Constitutions? Democracy and Its Discontents in Herodotus’ Histories Ellen G. Millender

42.2

Herodotus’ “Constitutional Debate” From the Inside Out

Megabyxus in the Constitutional Debate Rosaria V. Munson

42.3

Herodotus’ “Constitutional Debate” From the Inside Out

Darius the Would-Be King: Ambition, Power, and the 'Best Man' in Herodotus' Histories Carolyn Dewald

42.4

Herodotus’ “Constitutional Debate” From the Inside Out

Herodotus and the “Constitutional Debate” (3.80-82) Brian M. Lavelle

42.4

Fragments from Theory to Practice

Sifting through the textual ruins of antiquity: fragment and body in Montaigne's "On some lines of Virgil" Ariane Schwartz

43.1

Fragments from Theory to Practice

Pleasure-Loving Plato: Asking the Right Questions of the Greek Comic Fragments Matthew C. Farmer

43.2

Fragments from Theory to Practice

These Are the Lucilian Breaks: Already Fragmentary in the Roman Republic? Ian Goh

43.3

Fragments from Theory to Practice

Speaking in Fragments: Narrators and the Roman Historiographic Tradition in Livy's Third Decade Charles Westfall Oughton

44.1

The Bucolic Challenge: Continuity and Change in Later Latin Pastoral Poetry

The Channels of Song in Calpurnius Siculus and Virgil's Georgics Julia Scarborough

44.2

The Bucolic Challenge: Continuity and Change in Later Latin Pastoral Poetry

The Conflict between Spring and Winter: A Pseudo-Vergilian Bucolic Poem Fabian Zogg

44.3

The Bucolic Challenge: Continuity and Change in Later Latin Pastoral Poetry

The Commodification of Carmina in Baptista Mantuanus’s Eclogues Caleb M. X. Dance

44.4

The Bucolic Challenge: Continuity and Change in Later Latin Pastoral Poetry

Lifeguard Not on Duty: Water as Pastoral Danger in Sannazaro's Ovidian Salices Charles McNamara

45.1

Happy Golden Anniversary, Harvard School!

Kennedy’s Dialect Twist—Could This Really Be the End? Elena Giusti

45.2

Happy Golden Anniversary, Harvard School!

Happy Un-Birthday, Harvard School!: The Aeneid’s Pre-History of Dialectical Interpretation Nandini B. Pandey

45.3

Happy Golden Anniversary, Harvard School!

Happy Vergil Goes North: Aeneid in Russian Letters Zara M. Torlone

45.4

Happy Golden Anniversary, Harvard School!

Vergil's Pessimism: A Reappraisal of the Harvard School and Augustan Poetry Barbara P. Weinlich

46.1

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Identifying with Liars in Plato's Republic Laura Ward

46.2

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Aristotle on the Emotions and Body-Soul Unity Myrna Gabbe

46.3

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Epitasis and Anesis in De Caelo 2.6 Stephen Kidd

47.1

The Emperor Julian

The making of the emperor: Julian and the succession of 361 Kevin Feeney

47.2

The Emperor Julian

Julian and Basil of Caesarea on Impostor Philosophers Stefan Hodges-Kluck

47.3

The Emperor Julian

Julian as Citizen: Attic Oratory and the Misopogon Joshua J. Hartman

47.4

The Emperor Julian

In Search of a Western Julian: Ammianus and the Latin Tradition Alan Ross

48.1

Inscribing Song: Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry

A Trader in Song: Hesiod at the funeral games for Amphidamas Alexander Dale

48.2

Inscribing Song: Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry

Between Oral and Written: Archaic Epigram & Elegiac Formulae Alan Sheppard

48.3

Inscribing Song: Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry

Invisible Stones: Perses and the beginning of book-epigram Michael A. Tueller

48.4

Inscribing Song: Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry

Pindar, Hieron and the Persian Wars. An Intertextual Reading of Pi. Pyth. 1.71-80 Almut Fries

48.5

Inscribing Song: Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry

Pindar and Diodorus on Sicilian mixis Virginia Lewis

48.6

Inscribing Song: Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry

A Winter’s Paian: Generic Interdependence and Autonomy in Bacchylides 16 Margaret Foster

49.1

Athenian Unity?

Territoriality and the Making of Community in the Archaic Period Lisa Pilar Eberle

49.2

Athenian Unity?

The Hoplite Class as a Complex Category in Greek Thought Richard Fernando Buxton

49.3

Athenian Unity?

Unanimous Gods, Unanimous Athens? Voting and Divinities in the Oresteia Amit Shilo

49.4

Athenian Unity?

A Deeper Look into the Quarries at Syracuse: Thucydides 7.84-7 in Connection to the Plague Holly Maggiore

49.5

Athenian Unity?

The Invisible Noose Around a Speaker’s Neck: The Nomos Eisangeltikos and the Dangers of Speaking in the Ecclēsia Michael Zimm

49.6

Athenian Unity?

Xenophon and the Unequal Phalanx: A 4th-Century View on Political Egalitarianism Simone Agrimonti

50.1

Identity and Ethnicity

Making rhetoric Roman in the first preface of Cicero’s de Inventione (1.1–5) Kyle Helms

50.2

Identity and Ethnicity

The National Origins of Phoenician Ethnicity Josephine Quinn

50.3

Identity and Ethnicity

Bilingualism and Youth in the Roman army Egizia-Maria Felice

50.4

Identity and Ethnicity

Identity and Erasure in the Sepulchral Relief of Fonteia Helena and Fonteia Eleusis Grace Gillies

50.5

Identity and Ethnicity

Brahmans and Gymnoi: Autochthony and Cultural Memory in the Life of Apollonius Edward Kelting

51.1

Roman Imperial Ideology and Authority

First as History, and Again as Farce: Ironic Echoes in Herodian’s Description of Commodus Patrick Cook

51.2

Roman Imperial Ideology and Authority

The Argonautica of Diodorus Siculus Charles Muntz

51.3

Roman Imperial Ideology and Authority

Vespasian and the Uses of Humor in Suetonius’ Lives of the Caesars Michael Konieczny

51.4

Roman Imperial Ideology and Authority

Staging Morality: Augustan Adultery Law and Public Spectacle Mary Deminion

51.5

Roman Imperial Ideology and Authority

Landscapes of Authority: Roman Officials in Second-Century Ephesus Garrett Ryan

51.6

Roman Imperial Ideology and Authority

Tertullian the "Jurist" and the Language of Roman Law Anna Dolganov

52.1

Roman Dance Cultures in Context

Dancing with Pentheus: Pantomime at the Convivium in Roman Gaul Elizabeth Mitchell

52.2

Roman Dance Cultures in Context

Choreography and Competition in Lucian, Dialogues of the Courtesans 3 Sarah Olsen

52.3

Roman Dance Cultures in Context

Saltatores vel Pantomimi: Where and How did the Cinaedi Perform? Thomas Sapsford

52.4

Roman Dance Cultures in Context

Dancing on the Borders of Empire: The Wandering Thiasus in Catullus 63 Basil Dufallo

52.5

Roman Dance Cultures in Context

Communicating Emotion in Tragic Pantomime Helen Slaney

52.6

Roman Dance Cultures in Context

Pantomime Dancing and the Development of New Modes of Subjectivity Alessandra Zanobi

53.1

Epistolary Epigraphy

Epistles on Granite: Ptolemaic Authority and the Superlative at Philae Patricia Butz

53.2

Epistolary Epigraphy

Law Set in Stone: Inscribing Private Rescripts in Imperial Roman Greece Kaius Tuori

53.3

Epistolary Epigraphy

Filiation Expressions and the Language of Official Roman Letters Inscribed in Greek Christopher Haddad

53.4

Epistolary Epigraphy

Documenting Travel in Imperial Egypt: Papyrus vs. Inscribed Letters Patricia Rosenmeyer

53.5

Epistolary Epigraphy

A Letter of Claudius, the Boundary Between Tymbrianassos and Sagalassos, and the Via Sebaste Paul Iversen

54.1

Greek and Latin Linguistics

A New Type of Ring Composition? Toward a Technique of Inherited Poetics Alexander Forte

54.2

Greek and Latin Linguistics

The Quickening Course and Watery Ways: Deriving Greek κέλευθος ‘path’ from PIE *h1léwdh- Todd Clary

54.3

Greek and Latin Linguistics

‘To Have’ and ‘To Hold’ in Mycenaean Hans Bork

54.4

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Archaisms and Innovations in Homeric Accentuation Jesse Lundquist

54.5

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Accenting Sequences of Enclitics in Ancient Greek: Rediscovering an Ancient Rule Philomen Probert

55.1

Sexuality in Ancient Art

Boys, Herms, and the Symposiast’s Gaze Jorge J. Bravo III

55.2

Sexuality in Ancient Art

Baubo and the Question of the Obscene Frederika Tevebring

55.3

Sexuality in Ancient Art

The Mirror, Narrative, and Erotic Desire in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses Jeffrey Ulrich

55.4

Sexuality in Ancient Art

Hercules and the Stability of Gender Matthew P. Loar

55.5

Sexuality in Ancient Art

Beyond the Male Gaze: The Power of the Knidian Aphrodite in Her Narrative Context Rachel H. Lesser

55.6

Sexuality in Ancient Art

Women’s Desire, Archaeology and Feminist Theory: the Case of the Sandal-Binder Hérica Valladares

56.1

Neo-Latin Texts in a World Context: Current Research

Laura Cereta’s In asinarium funus oratio Quinn Radziszewski Griffin

56.2

Neo-Latin Texts in a World Context: Current Research

Summum ius, summa injuria: The Function of aequitas in Thomas More’s Utopia and Christopher St. Germain’s Dialogus De Fundamentis Legum Anglie et de Conscientia Roger S. Fisher

56.3

Neo-Latin Texts in a World Context: Current Research

Calvin’s Latin Carl P. E. Springer

56.4

Neo-Latin Texts in a World Context: Current Research

The Praise of a Pagan: Pseudo-Longinus in 17th‑century Dutch Scholarship Wieneke Jansen

56.5

Neo-Latin Texts in a World Context: Current Research

The Vernacular in a Latin Guise: Neo-Latin Grammars of the Vernaculars throughout Europe” Clementina Marsico

56.6

Neo-Latin Texts in a World Context: Current Research

Aeneid 13: Four Vergilian Imitators Patrick M. Owens

57.1

Beyond the Case Study: Theorizing Classical Reception

Reception and Staying in the Field of Play Simon Goldhill

57.2

Beyond the Case Study: Theorizing Classical Reception

Affective Interests: Ancient Tragedy, Shakespeare and the Concept of Character Vanda Zajko

57.3

Beyond the Case Study: Theorizing Classical Reception

Borges’ Classical Receptions in Theory Laura Jansen

57.4

Beyond the Case Study: Theorizing Classical Reception

Theorizing Closeness in Classical Reception Studies: Renaissance Supplements and Continuations Leah Whittington

58.1

Rethinking Roman Imperialism in the Middle and Late Republic (c.327 - 49 BCE)

Seeing the elephant: beyond the querelle of “Roman imperialism” in the Hellenistic world John Ma

58.2

Rethinking Roman Imperialism in the Middle and Late Republic (c.327 - 49 BCE)

Beyond Polybios: quantifying Roman imperialism East and West Jonathan R. W. Prag

58.3

Rethinking Roman Imperialism in the Middle and Late Republic (c.327 - 49 BCE)

Rome at Sea: the Beginnings of Roman Naval Power William V. Harris

58.4

Rethinking Roman Imperialism in the Middle and Late Republic (c.327 - 49 BCE)

Law’s Imperialism: Conceptions of Empire in Republican Statutes Carlos F. Noreña

58.5

Rethinking Roman Imperialism in the Middle and Late Republic (c.327 - 49 BCE)

Bellum se ipsum alet? Financing Republican Imperialism Nathan Rosenstein

59.1

Men and War

Elisions of Death and the Ethics of Warfare in Apollonius’ Argonautica Nicholas Kauffman

59.2

Men and War

Cicero’s Post-Exile Recovery of Masculinity Melanie Racette-Campbell

59.3

Men and War

Suetonius Περὶ Βλασφημιῶν, and the invective of masculinity Konstantinos Kapparis

59.4

Men and War

Myth and History Entangled: Female Influence and Male Usurpation in Herodotus Emily Baragwanath

59.5

Men and War

The death of Marcellus in Silius Italicus Punica 15.334-398 John Jacobs

59.6

Men and War

Justifying Violence in Herodotus’ Histories 3.38: Nomos, King of All, and Pindaric Poetics K. Scarlett Kingsley

60.1

Poetry and Place

Ethnographic excursus as narrative device in Apollonius Rhodius’ Argonautica Emily Allen-Hornblower

60.2

Poetry and Place

‘Here we lie’: The Landscape of Actium and Memories of War in The Greek Anthology Bettina Reitz-Joosse

60.3

Poetry and Place

The Fragments of Rhianus’ Messeniaca: An Iliad for the Messenian People? Veronica Shi

60.4

Poetry and Place

Dialect and Poetic Self-Fashioning in Hellenistic Book Epigram Taylor Coughlan

60.5

Poetry and Place

‘Powerful Rhyme’ on an ‘Unswept Stone’: Alkmeonides’ Epigram IG I³ 1469 = CEG 302 and (Re)performance Cameron G. Pearson

60.6

Poetry and Place

Poetry and Place in Poliziano's Nutricia Luke Roman

61.1

Running Down Rome: Lyric, Iambic, and Satire

Catullus the Mathematician Mary Jaeger

61.2

Running Down Rome: Lyric, Iambic, and Satire

Where is 'Here'? Analogies of Physical and Literary Space in Catullus 42 and 55 Jessica Seidman

61.3

Running Down Rome: Lyric, Iambic, and Satire

Inachia, Horace, and Neoteric Poetry James Townshend

61.4

Running Down Rome: Lyric, Iambic, and Satire

Horace's Unified, Epicurean Persona in the "Diatribe Satires" (1.1-3) Sergio Yona

61.5

Running Down Rome: Lyric, Iambic, and Satire

There and Back Again: Inverting the Virgilian Career in Juvenal's Third Satire James Taylor

61.6

Running Down Rome: Lyric, Iambic, and Satire

Talking Donkeys: A Seriocomic Interpretation of Apuleius, Metamorphoses 11.2 Geoffrey Benson

62.1

Truth and Lies

Chasing a Silenos: Deceptive Appearances in Theopompos’ Thaumasia William Morison

62.2

Truth and Lies

View to a Deception: Distrust and “Cretan Behavior” in Polyb. 8.15-21 Stephanie Craven

62.3

Truth and Lies

The Fool's World in Seneca's Epistle 58 Sam McVane

62.4

Truth and Lies

Teaching Romance: Gnômai and Didacticism in Aethiopica Daniel Dooley

62.5

Truth and Lies

Christian Cues in The Story of Apollonius, King of Tyre Jacqueline Arthur-Montagne

62.6

Truth and Lies

History, Fiction and Genre in Kaminiates’ Sack of Thessaloniki Stephen Trzaskoma

63.1

Recovering the Monstrous and the Sublime

Sublime Failure John Tennant

63.2

Recovering the Monstrous and the Sublime

Historiē in Palimpsest: Ethnographic Wonders in the Old English Orosius Kyle Khellaf

63.3

Recovering the Monstrous and the Sublime

Mr. Munford's Iliad David Pollio

63.4

Recovering the Monstrous and the Sublime

Antique Undead: Gothic Horror, Romanticism, and the Grand Tour James Uden

63.5

Recovering the Monstrous and the Sublime

Tragic Self-forgetting as True Culture: On Nietzsche and Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound Leon Wash

63.6

Recovering the Monstrous and the Sublime

“Cupid and Psyche” in South Korean Manhwa H. Christian Blood

64.1

Minting an Empire: Negotiating Roman Hegemony through Coinage

The Distribution of Victoriati in the Po River Valley during the Second Century B.C.E. Dominic Machado

64.2

Minting an Empire: Negotiating Roman Hegemony through Coinage

Silver and Power: The Three-fold Roman Impact on the Monetary System of the Provincia Asia (133 B.C.E. – 96 C.E.) Lucia Francesca Carbone

64.3

Minting an Empire: Negotiating Roman Hegemony through Coinage

Kleopatra VII’s Empire and the Bronze Coinages of Ituraean Chalkis Katie Cupello

64.4

Minting an Empire: Negotiating Roman Hegemony through Coinage

Coinage and the Client Prince: Philip the Tetrarch’s Homage to the Roman Emperor Katheryn Whitcomb

64.5

Minting an Empire: Negotiating Roman Hegemony through Coinage

The Imperial Physician: Asclepius and Roman Coinage Caroline Wazer

65.1

Grammars of Government in Late Antiquity

Grammars of Government in the Imperial Estate of Saltus Burunitanus John Weisweiler

65.2

Grammars of Government in Late Antiquity

“A Splendid Theater”: Courtly Epithets in a Provincial Society Ariel Lopez

65.3

Grammars of Government in Late Antiquity

Fiscal Grammars of Governance in Ostrogothic Italy M. Shane Bjornlie

65.4

Grammars of Government in Late Antiquity

Rebellion and the Making of a Governmental Grammar in Post-Roman Iberia Damian Fernandez

66.1

New Wine in Old Wineskins: Topicality in Modern Performance of Athenian Drama

Flippin’ the Oedipus Record: Will Power’s Seven and Aeschylus’ Seven Against Thebes Casey Dué

66.2

New Wine in Old Wineskins: Topicality in Modern Performance of Athenian Drama

Do Something Addy Man: Herbert Marshall’s Black Alcestis Michele Valerie Ronnick

66.3

New Wine in Old Wineskins: Topicality in Modern Performance of Athenian Drama

Antigone, Once Again: The Right to Live and To Die with Dignity Rosanna Lauriola

66.4

New Wine in Old Wineskins: Topicality in Modern Performance of Athenian Drama

How New is Aristophanes in New Orleans Wilfred Major

67.1

The Commentary and the Making of Philosophy

Commentaries: Intersections between ‘Pagan’ and Christian Platonism in Late Antiquity Ilaria Ramelli

67.2

The Commentary and the Making of Philosophy

The Inspired Commentator: Plotinus’ Doxographical Ascent Michael Griffin

67.3

The Commentary and the Making of Philosophy

Commentary and doctrinal integration: Olympiodorus on self-knowledge in the First Alcibiades Albert Joosse

67.4

The Commentary and the Making of Philosophy

The Anonymous Prolegomena to Platonic Philosophy and the Reception of Plato Danielle Alexandra Layne

67.5

The Commentary and the Making of Philosophy

Plato’s Self-Moving Myth: Tracking the migration of Plato’s Myth in late antique text networks Sara Rappe

68.1

Free Speech

Freedom as Self-Mastery in Plato's Laws Carl Young

68.2

Free Speech

On Inoffensive Criticism: The Multiple Addressees of Plutarch’s De Adulatore et Amico Dana Fields

68.3

Free Speech

The Rhetoric of παρρησία in Greek Imperial Writers Matthew Taylor

68.4

Free Speech

Eyes to See, Hands to Serve: Ambrose's Transformation of Liberalitas Erin Galgay Walsh

69.1

Language and Meter

Rethinking Dactylo-Epitrite in Euripides' Medea Doug Fraleigh

69.2

Language and Meter

The Poetics of Syntax: Pindar and the Vedic Rishis Annette Teffeteller

69.3

Language and Meter

Unmetrical Mamurra: The Impure Iambs of Catullus c. 29 Michael Wheeler

69.4

Language and Meter

What Can Computers Do for Philology? A Case Study in Pseudo-Seneca Pramit Chaudhuri and Joseph P. Dexter

70.1

Latin Hexameter Poetry

Vergil's Third Eclogue at the Dawn of Roman Literature John Oksanish

70.2

Latin Hexameter Poetry

The Aristaeus Epyllion in Georgics 4 and the Instability of Didactic Knowledge Patrick Glauthier

70.3

Latin Hexameter Poetry

Lucan's Hesiod: Erictho as Typhon in Bellum Civile 6.685-94 Stephen Sansom

70.4

Latin Hexameter Poetry

De Rerum Natura 1.44-49: A Spoiler in Lucretius’ first proem? Seth Holm

71.1

Nec converti ut interpres: New Approaches to Cicero’s Translation of Greek Philosophy

Epistolary Reflections on Philosophical Translation Sean McConnell

71.2

Nec converti ut interpres: New Approaches to Cicero’s Translation of Greek Philosophy

Cicero’s Platonic Methodology Christina Maria Hoenig

71.3

Nec converti ut interpres: New Approaches to Cicero’s Translation of Greek Philosophy

Pythagoreanising Tendencies in Cicero’s Translation of the Timaeus Georgina Frances White

72.1

Response and Responsibility in a Postclassical World

Towards an Irresponsible Classics James I. Porter

72.2

Response and Responsibility in a Postclassical World

Socrates, Gandhi, Derrida Phiroze Vasunia

72.3

Response and Responsibility in a Postclassical World

Situated Knowledges and the Dynamics of the Field Brooke Holmes

73.1

The Anthropology of Roman Culture: Models, History, Society

Paradigm Shifts in Archaic Rome’s ‘Social Life of Things’ Cristiano Viglietti

73.2

The Anthropology of Roman Culture: Models, History, Society

Diachronicity and Metaphor in Roman Conceptions of Courage William Short

73.3

The Anthropology of Roman Culture: Models, History, Society

The Construction of Currency and Roman Imperialism Colin Elliott

74.1

Popular Politics and Ancient Warfare

Political Hoplites: Infantry against Oligarchy in Classical Greece Matt Simonton

74.2

Popular Politics and Ancient Warfare

Population Politics and Spartan Imperialism Timothy Doran

74.3

Popular Politics and Ancient Warfare

The Athenian Navy and Democracy: Top-Down, Bottom Up or Topsy Turvy? David Rosenbloom

74.4

Popular Politics and Ancient Warfare

Suffragium legionis: Popular Politics and the Army in the Middle-Republic Michael J. Taylor

75.1

“Theism” and Related Categories in the Study of Ancient Religions

Divine Cicero and pious Clodius: invective in the De Domo Sua Jaclyn Neel

75.2

“Theism” and Related Categories in the Study of Ancient Religions

Imperial Cult in the pompa circensis Jacob Latham

75.3

“Theism” and Related Categories in the Study of Ancient Religions

Healing Emperors and Healing Gods Trevor Luke

75.4

“Theism” and Related Categories in the Study of Ancient Religions

Pagan Monotheism and Pagan Cult Frederick Brenk

76.1

Imitation in Medieval Latin Literature

Imitation as reincarnation? Rutilius, Messalla, and ‘Ouidius rediuiuus’ at the Thermae Taurinae Ian Fielding

76.2

Imitation in Medieval Latin Literature

Classical Poetry & a Carolingian Problem: Ermoldus Nigellus (829) and His Adaptation of Exile Poetry in his Verse-Epistle Ad Pippinum Regnum Carey Fleiner

76.3

Imitation in Medieval Latin Literature

Archpoet’s Archicancellarie, vir discrete mentis: Ovidian Imitation and its Metapoetical Implications Pedro Baroni Schmidt

76.4

Imitation in Medieval Latin Literature

Interpreting Twelfth-Century Imitation of the Classics: Walter of Châtillon’s Imitation of the Aeneid in the Exordium of the Alexandreis Justin Haynes

77.1

Gender Trouble in Latin Narrative Poetry

Camilla and the Name and Fame of Ornytus the Beast-rouser at Aeneid 11.686-689 Alexandra Daly

77.2

Gender Trouble in Latin Narrative Poetry

Weaving, Writing, and Failed Communication in Ovid's Heroides Caitlin Halasz

77.3

Gender Trouble in Latin Narrative Poetry

Making Livia Divine: Carmentis, Hersilia, and Ovid’s Poetic Power Reina Callier

77.4

Gender Trouble in Latin Narrative Poetry

Non opus est verbis: An Imperial Reading of Lucretia in Fasti 2 Amy Koenig

77.5

Gender Trouble in Latin Narrative Poetry

Reporting an Underreported Crime: Arethusa in the Metamorphoses Anna Beek

77.6

Gender Trouble in Latin Narrative Poetry

Erotic Distraction in Lucan's Bellum Civile Patrick Burns

78.1

New Studies in Asymmetric Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World

The Wolves of Attica: Xenophon and the Evolution of Cavalry in Asymmetric Warfare Frank S. Russell

78.2

New Studies in Asymmetric Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World

Unfulfilled Potential? The Skirmisher in Greek Warfare ca. 431-362 B.C. John Friend

78.3

New Studies in Asymmetric Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World

The Advent of the Night Sortie in Siege Warfare Michael G. Seaman

78.4

New Studies in Asymmetric Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World

Insurgency and its Application in the Ancient World Lee L. Brice

78.5

New Studies in Asymmetric Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World

Deserts Called Peace: Towards a New Roman Way of War Lawrence Tritle

79.1

Homeric Poetics at the Dawn of Christianity

Quintus’ Homer Illusion and the Proem of the Posthomerica Emma Greensmith

79.2

Homeric Poetics at the Dawn of Christianity

Sophistication and Homeric Citation in Philostratus’ Lives of the Sophists Lawrence Kim

79.3

Homeric Poetics at the Dawn of Christianity

Circling Time: Aion in Nonnus’ Dionysiaca Emily Kneebone

79.4

Homeric Poetics at the Dawn of Christianity

Maronian Nectar: Nonnus, Homer and Vergil Tim Whitmarsh

79.5

Homeric Poetics at the Dawn of Christianity

Pagan Vision and Christian Voice in Eudocia’s De martyrio sancti Cypriani Pavlos Avlamis

80.1

Ancient Athletics and the Modern Olympics: History, Ideals, and Ideology

Pulling the Pieces Together: Social Capital and the Olympics, Ancient and Modern Paul Christesen

80.2

Ancient Athletics and the Modern Olympics: History, Ideals, and Ideology

The Aesthetics of Hellenism in the Modern Olympics Charles H. Stocking

80.3

Ancient Athletics and the Modern Olympics: History, Ideals, and Ideology

Minas Minoides, Philostratus’ Gymnastikos and the Nineteenth Century Greek Olympic Movement Zinon Papakonstantinou

80.4

Ancient Athletics and the Modern Olympics: History, Ideals, and Ideology

Pindar in 1896 and the Poetics of the First Modern Olympiad Stamatia Dova

81.1

Ancient Greek Personal Religion

Recipes for Domestic Rituals in the Greek Magical Handbooks Christopher Faraone

81.2

Ancient Greek Personal Religion

Appeasing Souls and Removing Hindering Daimones: Column VI of the Derveni Papyrus and its Religious Significance Valeria Piano

81.3

Ancient Greek Personal Religion

Greek Divination as Personal Religion: The Divining Self as Independent of Polis Religion Matthew Paul James Dillon

81.4

Ancient Greek Personal Religion

Testing the Limits of Personal Religion and Civic Identity: The Case of Xenophon at Scillus Hannah Willey

81.5

Ancient Greek Personal Religion

Silence as a Sign of Personal Contact with God(s): New Perspectives on a Religious Attitude Lucia Maddalena Tissi

82.1

Women and Water

Well-washed Whores: Prostitutes, Brothels and Water Usage in the Roman Empire Anise K. Strong

82.2

Women and Water

Annie Get Your Jug: Anna Perenna and Water in the Aeneid David Wright

82.3

Women and Water

Fluid Dynamics: Interpreting Reproductive Risk in Greco-Roman Medicine Anna Bonnell-Freidin

82.4

Women and Water

Women, Water, and Politics in Aristophanic Comedy Carl Anderson and Maryline Parca

82.5

Women and Water

Female Plumbers in the Metamorphoses: Women Talking Water Bridget Langley

83.1

Herculaneum in Word and Text

Editing in three dimensions: the papyri from Herculaneum Richard Janko

83.2

Herculaneum in Word and Text

Philodemus’ De dis 1 and Understanding Epicurean πρόληψις Sonya Wurster

83.3

Herculaneum in Word and Text

Demetrius Laco's Citations and Literary Culture Michael McOsker

83.4

Herculaneum in Word and Text

The Latin Papyri from Herculaneum Sarah Hendriks

83.5

Herculaneum in Word and Text

The Herculaneum Graffiti Project: Ancient Wall Inscriptions and Digital Humanities Erika Damer

84.1

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

"ἵνα κλέος ἐσθλὸν ἄροιτο κεῖσ’ ἐλθών": Kleos in the Voyage of Telemachus Joshua Benjamins

84.2

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Subdivisions: The Containment of Femininity in Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazusae Mason Johnson

84.3

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Sparrow before Catullus Emma Vanderpool

84.4

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Incertas Umbras: The Mysterious Pastoral in Virgil's Eclogues Rachelle Ferguson

84.5

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Lack of a Rogator and Its Implications in Pompeian Electoral Programmata Hayley Barnett

85.1

Experimentation: Querying the Body in Ancient Medicine

Cutting Words: Polemical Dimensions of Galen's Anatomical Experiments Luis Alejandro Salas

85.2

Experimentation: Querying the Body in Ancient Medicine

The Sliding Scale of Experiment-Kinds Paul Keyser

85.3

Experimentation: Querying the Body in Ancient Medicine

Hippocratic Experimentation and Poetic Simile in Homer Ralph Rosen

85.4

Experimentation: Querying the Body in Ancient Medicine

Kingship, Symposia, Gift-Exchange: The Scientific Self at Ptolemaic Courts Marquis Berrey

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