149th Annual Meeting Abstracts

Links for the abstracts for the 149th annual meeting appear below. To see the abstract of a paper to be delivered at the annual meeting, click on the abstract's title. To find a particular abstract, use the search field below. You can also click on the column headers to alter the order in which the information is sorted. By default, the abstracts are sorted by the number of the session and the order in which the papers will be presented. Please note the following apparent anomalies: Not all sessions and presentations have abstracts associated with them. Panels in which the first abstract is listed as .2 rather than .1 have an introductory speaker. Please also note that the Poster Session and all-day workshop Ancient MakerSpaces are not numbered sessions. Abstracts in the these sessions therefore appear at the top of the list.

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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship (all-day workshop Saturday January 6)

How to Do Philology with Computers T.J. Bolt, Adriana Casarez, Jeffrey Hill Flynt
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship (all-day workshop Saturday January 6)

Semantic Inferencing for the Archaeologist Sebastian Heath
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship (all-day workshop Saturday January 6)

How to use the PeriodO gazetteer of period definitions: browsing, submitting, and referencing authoritative period definitions Adam Rabinowitz
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship (all-day workshop Saturday January 6)

Working with Geospatial Networks of the Roman World using ORBIS Scott Arcenas
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship (all-day workshop Saturday January 6)

How to create a citable, machine-actionable data model with the Homer Multitext Casey Dué
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AIA/SCS Poster Session (Friday January 5)

New Methods in Engineering Greek Theatrical Masks Sophia S. Dill
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AIA/SCS Poster Session (Friday January 5)

The Dates of Roman Triumphs and the Nundinae John Morgan

1.1

Classics and Social Justice

At Intersections: Teaching about Power and Powerlessness in the Ancient World Elina Salminen

1.2

Classics and Social Justice

Engaging Minority Students: Modifying Pedagogical Practice for Social Justice Casey Moore

1.3

Classics and Social Justice

Reading Homer in and outside the Bars: An Educational Project in Post-Conflict Colombia Rodrigo Verano

1.4

Classics and Social Justice

The Warrior Book Club: Advancing Social Justice for Veterans through Collaboration Molly Harris

1.5

Classics and Social Justice

First Do No Harm: Responsible Outreach and Community Engagement Amy Pistone

2.2

Classical Reception Studies

Colonial and Post-Colonial Representations of the Classics in the works of two mulatto writers in Brazil Andrea Kouklanakis

2.3

Classical Reception Studies

Dining like Nero: Antiquity and Immersive Dining Experiences in late 19th-century and early 20th-century New York Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis

2.4

Classical Reception Studies

The Imaginary Antiquity of Physical Culture Peter Miller

2.5

Classical Reception Studies

“Greek Characters Erasing in the Weather”: The Politics of Memory during the AIDS Crisis Emilio Capettini

3.1

Herculaneum: New Technologies and New Discoveries in Art and Text

The Place Between: Villa Gardens and Garden Paintings Mantha Zarmakoupi

3.2

Herculaneum: New Technologies and New Discoveries in Art and Text

Beyond the Salutatio: Looking at Archaeological and Literary Evidence for the Tablinum in the Houses of Pompeii and Herculaneum Ambra Spinelli

3.3

Herculaneum: New Technologies and New Discoveries in Art and Text

Working with Wax: Observations on the Manufacture of Ancient Bronzes from Herculaneum and Pompeii David Saunders

3.4

Herculaneum: New Technologies and New Discoveries in Art and Text

Virtual Unwrapping of Herculaneum Material: Overcoming Remaining Challenges Brent Seales

3.5

Herculaneum: New Technologies and New Discoveries in Art and Text

Epicurean Emotional Theory and Philodemus’ “On the Gods” Sonya Wurster

4.2

Creating Audiences in Didactic Poetry

The teacher’s dilemma in Greek didactic texts Philip Thibodeau

4.3

Creating Audiences in Didactic Poetry

Didactic warfare: Military imagery and progressive exposure in Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura Brian Hill

4.4

Creating Audiences in Didactic Poetry

Teaching without text: Didaxis and media in Hor. Serm. 2.3 Alexander Schwennicke

4.5

Creating Audiences in Didactic Poetry

Virgil’s imagined audience: Second-person fiction in the Georgics Raymond Kania

6.1

Medicine and Disease in Galen

Galen: Text Production and Authority Claire Bubb

6.2

Medicine and Disease in Galen

Conflict, Constraint, and the Physical Voice in Galen Amy Koenig

6.3

Medicine and Disease in Galen

Galen, aDNA and the Plague Rebecca Flemming

7.1

Argumentation in Plato

Parmenides, Stesichorus, and Antilogy in Plato’s Phaedrus Kenneth Draper

7.2

Argumentation in Plato

Aristotelian Refutations in the Protagoras and Gorgias Dale Parker

7.3

Argumentation in Plato

At the boundaries of the dialectical art: collection and division in Plato’s Phaedrus. Matthew Shelton

7.4

Argumentation in Plato

The Road to Dialectic is Long and Steep: Xenophon and Plato on the Hesiodic ‘Path to Aretê’ Image Collin Hilton

8.1

Latin Epigraphy and Paleography

The descendants of Roman municipal freedmen in the ordo decurionum and the limits of the macula servitutis Jeffrey Easton

8.2

Latin Epigraphy and Paleography

Roman numeral palaeography: a hazard and a help to editors of Latin texts Orla F. Mulholland

8.3

Latin Epigraphy and Paleography

Rogo Te ut Me Vindices: A Social Demography of Cursing at Mogontiacum Sarah Veale

8.4

Latin Epigraphy and Paleography

Seeing the Silva Through the Silva: The Religious Economy of Timber Communities in Aquitania and Gallia Narbonensis David Wallace-Hare

9.1

Agency in Drama

The Agency and Power of the Dying Alcestis Mary Dolinar

9.2

Agency in Drama

Electra’s Living Death in Sophocles’ Electra Jonathan Fenno

9.3

Agency in Drama

Choreographing Frenzy: Auletics, Agency, and the Body in Euripides’ Heracles Caleb Simone

9.4

Agency in Drama

Low-Probability, High-Consequence Events in Greek Tragedy: A Look at Aeschylus' Seven against Thebes Edwin Wong

10.1

Visions of Ancient Cities...

Fragrant Temples: Scent and the Sacred Landscape Britta Ager

10.2

Visions of Ancient Cities...

Architectural Representation on the Coinage and Imperial Praise from Augustus to Trajan Nathan Elkins

10.3

Visions of Ancient Cities...

Mt. Argaios in Cappadocia: Reception of Sacred Mountain in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods Alexis Belis

10.4

Visions of Ancient Cities...

A Mountain, its Temples and Cultural Identity: Mt Gerizim and the Self-Identification of the Inhabitants of Neapolis Jane Evans

10.5

Visions of Ancient Cities...

The City Gate and Cityscape: Fanum Fortunae, the Arch of Augustus, and the Roman City Alexandria Yen

11.2

Meeting of the Society of Ancient Greek Philosophy

Aristotle on Zeno's Arrow Takashi Oki

11.3

Meeting of the Society of Ancient Greek Philosophy

The Furthermost Reaches of Community: The Stoics on Justice for Humans and for Animals Robin Weiss

11.4

Meeting of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy

Philodemus and the Peripatetics on the Role of Anger in the Virtuous Life David Kaufman

12.2

Harassment and Academia: Old Battles and New Frontiers

Harassment in the Workplace: An Administrator’s Perspective Patrice Rankine

12.3

Harassment and Academia: Old Battles and New Frontiers

Strategies for Creating Positive Work Environments in Classical Academia Fiona McHardy

12.4

Harassment and Academia: Old Battles and New Frontiers

How to Be the Perfect Victim of Internet Harassment Donna Zuckerberg

13.2

Workshop on Outreach and the Function of the SCS Legates

Initiatives in Georgia Charles Platter

13.3

Workshop on Outreach and the Function of the SCS Legates

Initiatives in North Carolina Sharon James

14.1

Approaching Risk in Antiquity

Dicing with Danger: Some Vocabulary and Concepts of Ancient Greek Risk Esther Eidinow

14.2

Approaching Risk in Antiquity

Calculating Risk at the Dicing Table Stephen Kidd

14.3

Approaching Risk in Antiquity

Risk and Hellenistic Decision-Making Paul Vadan

14.4

Approaching Risk in Antiquity

Fortuna and Risk: Embodied Chance in the Roman Empire Anna Francesca Bonnell-Freidin

16.1

Virgil and his Afterlife

More Latian Anagrams (Aen. 8.314-36) Pramit Chaudhuri and Joseph Dexter

16.2

Virgil and his Afterlife

The Cupidity of Ascanius in Vergil and Vegio Shannon DuBois

16.3

Virgil and his Afterlife

Dramatic Manipulations of Vergil's Georgics in Seneca's Phaedra India Watkins

16.4

Virgil and his Afterlife

Italus, Italia, and Ethnic Ideology in Aeneid 7-12 Tedd A. Wimperis

17.1

Hellenistic Poetry in its Cultural Context

The Exagoge of Ezekiel Tragicus in its political and historical context Chaya Cassano

17.2

Hellenistic Poetry in its Cultural Context

Inscriptional Conventions in Early Hellenistic Book-Label Epigram Barnaby Chesterton

17.3

Hellenistic Poetry in its Cultural Context

The Dedication of a Hetaera and Poetic Program: Layering of Sapphic and Homeric Allusion in an Epigram of Leonidas of Tarentum Alissa A. Vaillancourt

17.4

Hellenistic Poetry in its Cultural Context

The Life Cycle of a Sign in Aratus' Phaenomena Kathryn Wilson

18.1

Foreign Policy

Andriscus, Aristonicus, and How to Rebel from Rome: Comparing Republican and Imperial Revolts Gregory Callaghan

18.2

Foreign Policy

Carthaginian Strategy and Expenses in the First Punic War Bret Devereaux

18.3

Foreign Policy

How Odious was the Athenian Tribute System? Aaron Hershkowitz

18.4

Foreign Policy

Xenophon and the Elean War: Garbled Chronology or Deliberate Synchronism? Paul McGilvery

19.2

The Politics of Linguistic Metaphors in Latin

Going Underground: Linguistic Metaphors and the Politics of Varro’s De lingua Latina Carolyn MacDonald

19.3

The Politics of Linguistic Metaphors in Latin

Speech as Medicine in Ciceronian Oratory Brian Walters

19.4

The Politics of Linguistic Metaphors in Latin

Squaring Off: Boxing as a Metaphor for the Politics of Virgilian Poetry Alexander Forte

19.5

The Politics of Linguistic Metaphors in Latin

Words as Citizens in Romulus’s Asylum Adam Gitner

20.2

The Classics Tuning Project

Presentation of the core competencies list generated at workshop Sanjaya Thakur

20.3

The Classics Tuning Project

Presentation of the alumni survey data Lisl Walsh

20.4

The Classics Tuning Project

Presentation of sample materials in the online repository Angela Ziskowski

21.1

Epigraphy and Religion Revisited

Administration and Topography in IG I3 4A-B, the Hekatompedon Decrees Jessica Paga

21.2

Epigraphy and Religion Revisited

Religious Experience, Ritual Knowledge, and Gender in the Athenian Curse Tablets Irene Salvo

21.3

Epigraphy and Religion Revisited

The Koine of Cursing in Early Greece: Bindings and Incantations from the Epigraphic Evidence Jessica Lamont

21.4

Epigraphy and Religion Revisited

Ex visu / κατ᾿ ὄναρ Dedications and the Spiritual Lives of Greek and Roman Slaves John Bodel

21.5

Epigraphy and Religion Revisited

Religion and Epigraphy in Post-Roman Iberia: The Case of Eleutherius Santiago Castellanos

21.6

Epigraphy and Religion Revisited

Asklepios and St. Artemios: comparative perspectives on Hellenistic, late ancient, and early Byzantine narratives of incubation Michael Zellmann-Rohrer

22.2

Deterritorializing Classics

Αἰών as Virtual Multiplicity: Durational Thinking in Heraclitus and Empedocles Richard Ellis

22.3

Deterritorializing Classics

Minority and Becoming: Deleuze, Guattari, and the Case of Apuleius’ Metamorphoses Assaf Krebs

22.4

Deterritorializing Classics

Euripidean Assemblages Nancy Worman

22.5

Deterritorializing Classics

Back on Circe’s Island: Becoming-Animal with Deleuze and Guattari Michiel van Veldhuizen

22.6

Deterritorializing Classics

Animal Revolt and Lines of Flight in Lucretius Book Five Richard Hutchins

23.2

The Sounds of War

What Brought the Walls of Jericho Down? Andreas Kramarz

23.3

The Sounds of War

Loud trumpets and low bodies Sarah Nooter

23.4

The Sounds of War

Martem Accendere Cantu: Trumpets and Bloodlust in Hellenistic Aesthetics Spencer Klavan

23.5

The Sounds of War

Towards a Thucydidean theory of affect Brad Hald

23.6

The Sounds of War

Civil War in the Key of Caesar: Traumatic Soundscapes in Lucan Mark Thorne

24.1

Professional Matters at Religiously Affiliated Institutions

Presentation #1 Julia Hejduk

24.2

Professional Matters at Religiously Affiliated Institutions

Presentation #2 Arum Park

24.3

Professional Matters at Religiously Affiliated Institutions

Presentation #3 Anne Groton

24.4

Professional Matters at Religiously Affiliated Institutions

Presentation #4 Alexander Loney

24.5

Professional Matters at Religiously Affiliated Institutions

Presentation #5 Alexander Sens

25.1

Slavery and Sexuality in Antiquity

Strategies of Control: The Rationale of Classical Athenian Slave-Owners in Dictating the Sexual Lives of their Slaves Jason Porter

25.2

Slavery and Sexuality in Antiquity

Dangerous Liaisons: Sex, Slavery, and Violence in Classical Athens Allison Glazebrook

25.3

Slavery and Sexuality in Antiquity

“The Natural Savagery of Slaves”? Slaves as Sexual Aggressors in Revolt Narratives Katharine Huemoeller

25.4

Slavery and Sexuality in Antiquity

Recovering Publilius: Male Slave Rape and Social Reform Anise Strong

25.5

Slavery and Sexuality in Antiquity

Psyche Ancilla: Apuleius’ Cupid and Psyche Tale as an Ancient Slave Narrative William Owens

25.6

Slavery and Sexuality in Antiquity

Minding the Mistress: The Household Power Struggle to Control Female Slave Sexuality in the Ancient Mediterranean Kathy Gaca

26.2

New Approaches to the Homeric Formula

“Even the Epithets are Necessary”: Ancient Approaches to ‘Illogical’ Homeric Epithets William Beck

26.3

New Approaches to the Homeric Formula

Folkloristic Perspectives on Why Poets and Audiences Like Shared Formulas Jonathan Ready

26.4

New Approaches to the Homeric Formula

The Lives of Formulas: Linguistic Productivity and the Development of Epic Greek Chiara Bozzone

26.5

New Approaches to the Homeric Formula

“Intraformularity” in epos Adrian Kelly

27.1

Elegiac Desires

The Naso Equilibrium: Game Theory and the Game of Love in the Ars Amatoria E.Del Chrol

27.2

Elegiac Desires

Ovid's Enchanted Ring Poem: Amores 2.15 Julie Laskaris

27.3

Elegiac Desires

Female Networks in Ovid’s Epistulae ex Ponto 1-4 Christian Lehmann

27.4

Elegiac Desires

Horace, Cinara, and the Elegiac Discourse of Desire Aaron Palmore

27.5

Elegiac Desires

Propertius, Martial and the Monobiblos Justin Stover

27.6

Elegiac Desires

Roman Elegy Remixed: Gender and Genre in Catalepton 4 Nicole Taynton

28.1

Didactic Poetry

Injured Immortals: The Painful Paradoxes of Chiron and Prometheus Katherine Hsu

28.2

Didactic Poetry

How to 'Bee' a Good Wife Michelle Martinez

28.3

Didactic Poetry

Hesiod’s Two Plows: Materiality and Representation in Works and Days Andre Matlock

28.4

Didactic Poetry

A didactic kettle of fish? Literary dimensions of Marcellus’ De Piscibus (GDRK 63) Floris Overduin

28.5

Didactic Poetry

Eternal Motionlessness in the Hesiodic Aspis and Early Greek Philosophy Stephen Sansom

28.6

Didactic Poetry

Monsters Must Bear Monsters: Genealogical Continuity and Poetic Awareness in Theogony 287-94 and 979-83. Brett Stine

29.1

Language and Linguistics

Xylander’s Latin Translation of Marcus Aurelius Peter Anderson

29.2

Language and Linguistics

Greek, Latin, Roman: Language and Identity in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages Erik Ellis

29.3

Language and Linguistics

Spoken Greek and the work of notaries in the Acts of the Council of Chalcedon Tommaso Mari

29.4

Language and Linguistics

When is a queen truly a queen: the term basileia in Greek literature Duane Roller

29.5

Language and Linguistics

Distinguishing between concrete and abstract nouns: a terminological innovation in Herodian? Stephanie Roussou

30.1

Material Girls

Procne, Philomela and the Voice of the Peplos Stamatia Dova

30.2

Material Girls

Unveiling female feelings for objects: Deianeira and her ὄργανα in Sophocles’ Trachiniai Anne-Sophie Noel

30.3

Material Girls

Binding Male Sexuality: Tacility and Female Autonomy in Ancient Greek Curse Tablets Teresa Yates

30.4

Material Girls

Of Soleae and Self-Fashioning: Roman Women’s Shoes from Vindolanda to Sidi Ghrib Hérica Valladares

30.5

Material Girls

Ritual Implements and the Construction of Identity for Roman Women Anne Truetzel

30.6

Material Girls

Butcher Blocks, Vegetable Stands, and Home-Cooked Food: Resisting Gender and Class Constructions in the Roman World Mira Green

31.2

New Age Servius

How Servius Dealt with Variant Readings in the Text of Virgil E. Kopff

31.3

New Age Servius

Evidence from Servius on the Use of Greek Models by Virgil and his Commentators Joseph Farrell

31.4

New Age Servius

Servius Redux James Brusuelas

31.5

New Age Servius

Modeling Servius for the Digital Latin Library Hugh Cayless

32.1

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Accent in Ennius' Hexameters Angelo Mercado

32.2

Greek and Latin Linguistics

πάνυ δὴ δεῖ χρηστὰ λέγειν ἡμᾶς: Expressions of obligation and necessity in Aristophanes Coulter George

32.3

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Tradition and Renewal in Pindaric Diction: Some Remarks on the IE Background of Pindar P. 2.52–6 Laura Massetti

32.4

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Gk. ταπεινός ‘low, low-lying’ (Hdt., Pind.+) and IE *temp- ‘to stretch, extend’ Matilde Serangeli

32.5

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Greek Etymology in the 21st century Alexander Nikolaev

33.1

Performing Problem Plays

The Performance of Ezekiel’s Exagoge Re-Addressed Jonathan MacLellan

33.2

Performing Problem Plays

Prometheus Bound in a Sicilian Performance Context Colleen Kron

33.3

Performing Problem Plays

Burning Down the Fifth-Century Stage Daniel Anderson

33.4

Performing Problem Plays

What Chorus? Using Performance to Appreciate the Chorus of Menander’s Dyskolos Emmanuel Aprilakis

34.1

The Future of Teaching Ancient Greek

Teaching Ablaut in Elementary Ancient Greek Rex Wallace

34.2

The Future of Teaching Ancient Greek

The Function and Context of an Ancient Greek Textbook: A New Approach Michael Laughy

34.3

The Future of Teaching Ancient Greek

Imagining Ancient Texts through Material Culture and the Spatial Environment John Gruber-Miller

34.4

The Future of Teaching Ancient Greek

Sustaining a Secondary School Greek Program C. Emil Penarubia

35.2

The Art of Praise: Panegyric and Encomium in Late Antiquity

Praising the Emperor and Promoting his Religious Program: The Panegyrics of Claudius Mamertinus, Himerius, and Libanius to Julian, 362–3 CE Moysés Garcia Marcos

35.3

The Art of Praise: Panegyric and Encomium in Late Antiquity

Eusebia and Encomium: Julian Writes the Power of Praise Jacqueline Long

35.4

The Art of Praise: Panegyric and Encomium in Late Antiquity

Celestial Celebrity: The Multifaceted Fama of Jerome’s Epistles Angela Kinney

35.5

The Art of Praise: Panegyric and Encomium in Late Antiquity

Praising the rich: Jerome’s consolation for the widow Salvina in Ep. 79 Philip Polcar

36.1

Texts and Contexts: Learning from History

Dialogues with History: The Platonic Picture of Critias and the Thirty Brian Bigio

36.2

Texts and Contexts: Learning from History

Thucydides’ Peloponnesian War as Multifaceted Disaster Rachel Bruzzone

36.3

Texts and Contexts: Learning from History

Seneca's Philosophical Thyestes Julie Levy

36.4

Texts and Contexts: Learning from History

Experiencing the Past: Polybius, ἐμπειρία, and Learning from History Daniel Moore

36.5

Texts and Contexts: Learning from History

Cassius Dio's depiction of Septimius Severus: context and implications Andrew Scott

37.1

After the Ars: Later Ovid

Patterns of Prayer: Pleas for Help in Ovid's 'Metamorphoses' and the Suppressed Rape of Lavinia Megan Bowen

37.2

After the Ars: Later Ovid

Transforming Violence in Ovid's Metamorphoses Rachael Cullick

37.3

After the Ars: Later Ovid

Ovid's viscera: Tristia 1.7 and Metamorphoses 8 Caitlin Hines

37.4

After the Ars: Later Ovid

Somnium Ovidi: Dreams and the Metamorphoses Aaron Kachuck

37.5

After the Ars: Later Ovid

Tempus ad Hoc: Synchrony in Ovid’s Ibis Ursula Poole

38.1

Style and Rhetoric

The good, the bad and the clever: rhetoric and anti-rhetoric in the agon of Euripides’ Phoenician Women Esmée Bruggink

38.2

Style and Rhetoric

A Song of Dice and Ire: Games of Chance and Anger in Greek Oratory Christopher Dobbs

38.3

Style and Rhetoric

Historiography and intertextuality: the case for classical rhetoric Scott Kennedy

38.4

Style and Rhetoric

The Agency of Style: Dionysius of Halicarnassus on Sappho and Pindar Alyson Melzer

38.5

Style and Rhetoric

Cupid’s palace in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses: An unnoticed reenactment of the prologue’s ‘poetics of seduction’ Aldo Tagliabue

39.2

Roman Freedmen

Fitting In: Freedmen Adaptation in the Roman World Marc Kleijwegt

39.3

Roman Freedmen

Equally Different: The Performative Function of Late Republican and Early Imperial Elite Discourse on Roman Freedmen Kristof Vermote

39.4

Roman Freedmen

The Gens Togata: Costume and Character in Freedmen’s Funerary Monuments Devon Stewart

39.5

Roman Freedmen

Roman Manumission and Citizenship in a Provincial Context Rose MacLean

40.1

Afterlives of Ancient Medicine

De Galeni Corporis Fabrica: Vesalius' use of Galen and Galenism in the Preface of his Fabrica Luis Salas

40.2

Afterlives of Ancient Medicine

The Big O”: Ancient Discourses on the Process of Female Pleasure Erin McKenna Hanses

40.3

Afterlives of Ancient Medicine

The Longue Durée of Classics and Successions in Ancient Scientific and Medical Traditions Paul Keyser

40.4

Afterlives of Ancient Medicine

Reading Celsus in Early Modern Italy Marquis Berrey

41.2

Outreach Open Mic

The SCS online: Reflections from the Communications Committee T. H. M. Gellar-Goad

41.3

Outreach Open Mic

Non sibi sed suis: Service-Learning in an Advanced Latin Course Mallory Monaco Caterine

41.4

Outreach Open Mic

Classics in Public: Year I of the Committee on Public Information and Media Relations Tara Mulder

41.5

Outreach Open Mic

The State of Amphora, The Outreach Publication of the SCS Wells Hansen

42.1

Resist Together

Creation and Implementation of Anti-harassment Policy at the University Level Rebecca Futo Kennedy

42.2

Resist Together

“Harassment in Academe:  Reflections and Coping/Resisting Strategies” Barbara Gold

42.3

Resist Together

Training on Combatting Harassment in Academia Regina Ryan

43.1

Classical Advocacy: The National Committee for Latin and Greek

The National Committee for Latin and Greek Mary Pendergraft

43.2

Classical Advocacy: The National Committee for Latin and Greek

Communication, Cohesiveness, and Continuity: Fighting for the Survival of the Classics Keely Lake

43.3

Classical Advocacy: The National Committee for Latin and Greek

A Seal of Biliteracy for Classical Languages Thomas Sienkewicz

43.4

Classical Advocacy: The National Committee for Latin and Greek

Teaching Classics in Community College Kyle Jazwa

44.1

Letters in the Ancient World

Foreign Anxiety in the Letters of Philostratus Chris Bingley

44.2

Letters in the Ancient World

The Clementia of Burning Letters Nathaniel Katz

44.3

Letters in the Ancient World

Imperial Spies and Intercepted Letters in the Late Roman Empire Kathryn Langenfeld

44.4

Letters in the Ancient World

Enlisting the Voice, Engaging the Soul: Seneca’s 84th Epistle Scott Lepisto

45.1

Roman Republican Prose and its Afterlife

Recolonizing North Africa: Sallust, French Algeria, and the Maghreb Fantasia Kyle Khellaf

45.2

Roman Republican Prose and its Afterlife

Negotiating Exile: The Ship-of-State in Cicero’s Post-Reditum Speeches Julia Mebane

45.3

Roman Republican Prose and its Afterlife

Sallust and the Mytilenean Debate Charles Muntz

45.4

Roman Republican Prose and its Afterlife

A Ciceronian Blind Spot: Caecus, Cethegus, and Ennius in Cicero’s Brutus Christopher van den Berg

46.1

Mind and Matter

The Interaction between Mind and Soul in Empedocles’ Philosophy Chiara Ferella

46.2

Mind and Matter

Atomism and the Receptacle in Plato's Timaeus Matthew Gorey

46.3

Mind and Matter

Analogy, Argument, and Prolepsis in Lucretius DRN, 2.112-141 Peter Osorio

46.4

Mind and Matter

“Matter is not a principle.” Neopythagorean Attempts at Monism Brandon Zimmerman

47.1

Reception

Using Oral Histories to Conceptualize the Place of Classics in Marginalized Communities Zachary Elliott

47.2

Reception

Plinian themes in Italo Calvino’s 'Cosmicomiche', 'Città Invisibili' and 'Palomar' Amy Lewis

47.3

Reception

Senecan Drama and its Performability: Phaedra’s Last Act (1154-280) Simona Martorana

47.4

Reception

Triumphant Orpheus: Orphic Platonism and Sir Orfeo Verity Walsh

48.1

Bloody Excess: Roman Epic

The Programmatic ‘Ordior’ of Silius Italicus Paul Hay

48.2

Bloody Excess: Roman Epic

Hannibal's Bloody Homecoming in Silius' Punica Andrew McClellan

48.3

Bloody Excess: Roman Epic

Lucan, Seneca and the plus quam Aesthetic Scott Weiss

48.4

Bloody Excess: Roman Epic

They Might be Romans: The Giants and Civil War in Augustan Poetry David Wright

49.2

New Directions in the Late Republican Roman Empire

Scaevola and Rutilius in Asia Kit Morrell

49.3

New Directions in the Late Republican Roman Empire

Modicum imperium: New Visions of Empire in the 70s BCE Josiah Osgood

49.4

New Directions in the Late Republican Roman Empire

Rome’s Late Republican Empire: The View from the Danube T. Corey Brennan

49.5

New Directions in the Late Republican Roman Empire

Provincial Commanders in the Sphere of Antonius the Triumvir: the Negotiation of Relationships Hannah Mitchell

49.6

New Directions in the Late Republican Roman Empire

'What Was He Thinking?': Marcus Antonius, Parthia and 'Caesarian Imperialism' Kathryn Welch

50.2

Philology's Shadow II

Ad fontes: source and original in the shadow of theology Irene Peirano

50.3

Philology's Shadow II

Philology’s Roommate: Hermeneutics, Rhetoric, and the Seminar Constanze Güthenke

50.4

Philology's Shadow II

Praeparatio Rabbinica: Zacharias Frankel (1801–1875), the Wissenschaft des Judentums, and the Septuagint Theodor Dunkelgrün

50.5

Philology's Shadow II

Philological Apologetics: Hellenization and Festugière Renaud Gagné

51.2

Dido in and after Vergil

“Deianeirian Dido" Robin N. Mitchell-Boyask

51.3

Dido in and after Vergil

"Dido in the light of Livy" Elena Giusti

51.4

Dido in and after Vergil

“Dido Docta: A Scholarly Revision of Aeneid 4 in the Historia Apollonii Regis Tyri” Jacqueline Arthur-Montagne

51.5

Dido in and after Vergil

"The Lamentations of Dido: Genre, Gender, and Character in Two Medieval Poems" Christopher Nappa

51.6

Dido in and after Vergil

"From Epic to Opera to Dance and Back: Mark Morris Dances Dido" Barbara Leigh Clayton

51.7

Dido in and after Vergil

"Heavy Metal Dido: Heimdall’s 'Ballad of the Queen'" Lissa Crofton-Sleigh

52.2

Techne and Training: New Perspectives on Ancient Scientific and Technical Education

Teaching Trees – Tree Teaching: The Ancient Art of Grafting Laurence Totelin

52.3

Techne and Training: New Perspectives on Ancient Scientific and Technical Education

Teaching Clinical Judgment: Methodist and Galenic Approaches Katherine D. van Schaik

52.4

Techne and Training: New Perspectives on Ancient Scientific and Technical Education

Jack of All Trades? Medical Practitioners and the Design, Manufacture, and Use of Instruments, Apparatuses, and Machines Jane Draycott

52.5

Techne and Training: New Perspectives on Ancient Scientific and Technical Education

Smelling and Smelting: Learning with the Senses in Theory and Practice Valeria V. Sergueenkova

53.1

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Catullus Transformed: Antiquity Resurrected for Reformation in Theodore Beza’s 1579 Psalmorum Davidis et Aliorum Prophetarum Libri Quinque Michael Spangler

53.2

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Translating Confucius: Intorcetta’s First Attempts Rodney John Lokaj and Alessandro Tosco

53.3

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

A Neo-Latin Theological Bestiary of the Seventeenth Century Carl Springer

53.4

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Michael Serveto vs. John Calvin: a Deadly Conflict Albert Baca

53.5

The World of Neo-Latin: Current Research

Virbius in Pascoli's Laureolus Anne Mahoney

54.1

Ritual and Religious Belief

In God’s Army? Socialhistorical Aspects of Early Egyptian Monasticism Christian Barthel

54.2

Ritual and Religious Belief

Debating Paganism in a Christian Empire Mattias Gassman

54.3

Ritual and Religious Belief

The cult of the Erinyes in the Derveni Papyrus Richard Janko

54.4

Ritual and Religious Belief

Semeta lygra: Reading hieroglyphics with Archaic Greeks Christopher Stedman Parmenter

54.5

Ritual and Religious Belief

For the wheel’s still in spin: the evolution of the Skira festival in Classical Athens Adam Rappold

54.6

Ritual and Religious Belief

Mare pacavi a praedonibus: Divus Augustus and the Pacification of the Sea Katheryn Whitcomb

55.1

Rhythm and Style

Meter and Voice in Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus Abigail Akavia

55.2

Rhythm and Style

Dinner Bells and War Drums: Dactylic Hexameter in Old Comedy Amelia Margaret Bensch-Schaus

55.3

Rhythm and Style

The Uniqueness of Homer, Reconsidered James H. Dee

55.4

Rhythm and Style

Evidence from Aristophanes for the Language and Style of Euripides Almut Fries

55.5

Rhythm and Style

‘Asianist’ Prose Rhythm from the Hellenistic Era to the ‘Second Sophistic’ Lawrence Kim

56.1

Lyric from Greece to Rome

The Snake-Throttler in Saffron Clothes. Baby Herakles in the Hippodrome (Pindar, Nemean 1) Claas Lattmann

56.2

Lyric from Greece to Rome

Explaining Archilochus in antiquity: the indirect tradition Enrico Emanuele Prodi

56.3

Lyric from Greece to Rome

Integrating Sappho and Alcaeus in Horace Odes 1.22 Justin Hudak

56.4

Lyric from Greece to Rome

Horace on the Hymnic Genre Brittney Szempruch

56.5

Lyric from Greece to Rome

The Pleasures of Lyric in Plutarch's Hierarchy of Taste David F. Driscoll

56.6

Lyric from Greece to Rome

A Defense of Horace, Ars Poetica 172 Courtney Evans

57.2

Carthage and the Mediterranean

Ground Truths: Reconsidering Carthaginian Domination Peter Van Dommelen

57.3

Carthage and the Mediterranean

Origin and development of Punic settlements in Sardinia until the age of Romanization Chiara Biasetti Fantauzzi

57.4

Carthage and the Mediterranean

Punic Sicily Until the Roman Conquest Salvatore De Vincenzo

57.5

Carthage and the Mediterranean

The Sufetes of North Africa: Comparative Contexts Nathan Pilkington

57.6

Carthage and the Mediterranean

Carthaginian Manpower Michael Taylor

57.7

Carthage and the Mediterranean

Carthage and Hannibal from Zama to Apamea Eve MacDonald

58.1

Global Classical Traditions

The Classical Tradition and the Translation of Latin Poetry in Twentieth-Century China Bobby Xinyue

58.2

Global Classical Traditions

The Development of the Classical Tradition in Africa: Theoretical Considerations and Interpretive Consequences William Dominik

58.3

Global Classical Traditions

Vergil in the Antipodes: the Classical Tradition and Colonial Australian Literature Sarah Midford

58.4

Global Classical Traditions

Neoplatonism in Colonial Latin America Erika Valdivieso

58.5

Global Classical Traditions

Aristotle from Reykjavík to Bukhara: The First Global Phase of the Classical Tradition Erik Hermans

59.1

Characterizing the Ancient Miscellany

"As Each Came to Mind": Plutarch's Quaestiones and the Mentality of Intricacy Michiel Meeusen

59.2

Characterizing the Ancient Miscellany

What was the Roman Table of Contents? Making meaning from miscellany in ancient and early modern paratext Joseph A. Howley

59.3

Characterizing the Ancient Miscellany

Historiographic Frames and Ancient Miscellanies Dina Guth

59.4

Characterizing the Ancient Miscellany

Aelian’s De Natura Animalium and Varia Historia: Between Greek and Latin Traditions of Miscellaneity Scott J. DiGiulio

59.5

Characterizing the Ancient Miscellany

Polyvalent Poikilia: The Slippery Concept of Variety in Methodius of Olympus’ Symposium Dawn LaValle

60.2

Translation and Transmission: Mediating Classical Texts in the Early Modern World

The Economics of Translating Virgil: a Prospectus Susanna Braund

60.3

Translation and Transmission: Mediating Classical Texts in the Early Modern World

'The fruits, not the roots': Translating Technologies in Early Modern Europe Courtney Roby

60.4

Translation and Transmission: Mediating Classical Texts in the Early Modern World

Neither Nasty nor Brutish, but Short: Thomas Hobbes’ Abbreviated Translation of Aristotle’s Rhetoric Charles McNamara

60.5

Translation and Transmission: Mediating Classical Texts in the Early Modern World

Dialoguing with a Satirist: Lucian, Thomas More, and the Visibility of the Translator Anna Peterson

60.6

Translation and Transmission: Mediating Classical Texts in the Early Modern World

Tacitus in Italy: Between Language and Politics Salvador Bartera

61.1

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Penelope's Recognition of Odysseus: the Importance of Simile in Odyssey 23 Shea Whitmore

61.2

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Language as an Indicator of Cultural Identity in Herodotus’ Histories Emily Barnum

61.3

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Curious Case of Phryne: Finding Comedy in Phryne's Trial Molly Schaub

61.4

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Setting Sun: Light and Darkness in Julius Caesar's Bellum Civile Evan Armacost

61.5

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The ‘Twin’ Gates of Sleep in Vergil’s Aeneid VI Noah Diekemper

62.1

Goddess Worship...and the Female Gender

The Mother of God, a Mirror of Women in Late Antiquity Ivan Foletti

62.2

Goddess Worship...and the Female Gender

From Ephesian Artemis to Wonderworking Virgin Mary: The Case of Treskavec Svetlana Makuljević

62.3

Goddess Worship...and the Female Gender

The Virgin, the Magi, and the Empress Kriszta Kotsis

62.4

Goddess Worship...and the Female Gender

The Survival and Rhetoric of Aphrodite in Byzantine Art Mati Meyer

62.5

Goddess Worship...and the Female Gender

Mary and the City Francesca Dell'Acqua

63.2

Digital Textual Editions and Corpora

The Digital Latin Library and the Library of Digital Latin Texts Samuel Huskey and Hugh Cayless

63.3

Digital Textual Editions and Corpora

Open Greek and Latin: corpora, editions, and libraries Gregory Crane

63.4

Digital Textual Editions and Corpora

Learning from Git: Critical Editions as Version Control Peter Heslin

63.5

Digital Textual Editions and Corpora

Detecting the Influence of the Corpus Platonicum on Ancient Greek Literature using LDA-Topic Modelling Thomas Köntges

63.6

Digital Textual Editions and Corpora

The Editor(s) in the Classroom Cynthia Damon

64.1

Whose Homer?

Rethinking the Odyssey’s Amnesty: Historical and Modern Perspectives Joel P. Christensen

64.2

Whose Homer?

THEOPOMPUS’ HOMER: EPIC IN OLD AND MIDDLE COMEDY Matthew Farmer

64.3

Whose Homer?

Bringing Up Achilles: Child Heroes in Homer and Pindar Louise Pratt

64.4

Whose Homer?

Subversion of the Homeric Simile in Pindar’s Victory Odes Asya C. Sigelman

64.5

Whose Homer?

Pindar and the Epic Cycle Henry Spelman

65.1

Livy and Tacitus

Reconsidering Livy's Relationship to Valerius Antias David Chu

65.2

Livy and Tacitus

nec fuit cum Tusculanis bellum: Bloodless Conquests and the Rhetoric of Surrender in Livy Elizabeth Palazzolo

65.3

Livy and Tacitus

The Comings and Goings of Scipio Africanus: Locating the Arch of Scipio in a Livian Profectio Jordan Rogers

65.4

Livy and Tacitus

Family, Land, and Freedom in Tacitus’ Agricola Caitlin Gillespie

65.5

Livy and Tacitus

Germanicus, Mutiny and Memory in Tacitus’ Annales 1.31-49 Dominic Machado

65.6

Livy and Tacitus

Tacitus' Humor in Annals 13-16 Mitchell Pentzer

66.1

Epigrpahy and Civic Identity

Intertextuality in Athenian Interstate Legislation: The Case of IG II^2 1 John Aldrup-MacDonald

66.2

Epigraphy and Civic Identity

Apolides kai Xenoi: OGIS 1.266 and the Civic Status of Mercenaries Abroad Stephanie Craven

66.3

Epigraphy and Civic Identity

Ptolemaic Power and Local Response in Hellenistic Cyprus Paul Keen

66.4

Epigraphy and Civic Identity

Herodotus Reinscribed: The New Thebes Epigram and Croesus Cameron Pearson

66.5

Epigraphy and Civic Identity

IG XIV 1 and the digital enhancement of inscriptions using photogrammetric modeling Philip Sapirstein

66.6

Epigraphy and Civic Identity

Three Documents of the Koinon of the Cities in Pontus CHING-YUAN WU

67.1

Coins and Trade

Small Change from a Big Island: The Spread of the Sicilian Silver Litra Standard and its Implications for the Tyrrhenian Trade Giuseppe Castellano

67.2

Coins and Trade

Panhellenic Sanctuaries and Monetary Reform: The Spread of the Reduced Aiginetan Standard Reconsidered Ruben Post

67.3

Coins and Trade

Funds, Fashion, and Faith: the many lives of Roman coins in Indo-Roman trade Jeremy Simmons

67.4

Coins and Trade

Roman Coins and Long-Distance Movement. East to West Benjamin Hellings

67.5

Coins and Trade

Inter-Provincial Trade in Late Antique Syria from Excavation Coins Jane Sancinito

67.6

Coins and Trade

Trade and Economic Integration in Fourth Century CE Egypt: The Evidence from Coins and Ceramics Irene Soto

69.1

Porphyry the Polymath

Personal Knowledge in Porphyry’s Thought: The Epistemological Role of Experience” Aaron Johnson

69.2

Porphyry the Polymath

"At Once a Poet, Philosopher, and Expounder of Mysteries:” Porphyry’s Embodiment of Homeric Scholarship Jacob Lollar

69.3

Porphyry the Polymath

The Medical Side of Porphyry’s Intellectual Portrait Svetla Slaveva-Griffin

71.1

Lucretius: Author and Audience

Creating an Epicurean Audience – Lucretius and his Reader Sonja K. Borchers

71.2

Lucretius: Author and Audience

Empedocles in the Crossfire: Two Critical Subtexts in De Rerum Natura 1.716-733 Anna D. Conser

71.3

Lucretius: Author and Audience

Lucretius’ multiple interlocutors in the DRN Giulia Fanti

71.4

Lucretius: Author and Audience

Lucretius was Wrong!: Seneca’s De Rerum Natura Christopher V. Trinacty

72.1

Gender and Reception

Hector's Wife: Andromache in Vergil and Racine Victoria Burmeister

72.2

Gender and Reception

‘Domesticating’ Roman Religion on the Contemporary Screen Emily Chow-Kambitsch

72.3

Gender and Reception

The Modernist Sappho and the Genre of the Fragment Kay Gabriel

72.4

Gender and Reception

Neaira: A Greek New Comedy: From Renaissance Italy to Athens in 1985 STAVROULA KIRITSI

73.1

Augustan Rome

Cynthia’s Imperium sine fine: Propertius 2.3 and Roman Cultural Imperialism Phebe Lowell Bowditch

73.2

Augustan Rome

Regulating Bribery or Generosity? Augustus’ Laws on Ambitus Brahm H. Kleinman

73.3

Augustan Rome

Machine, munus, and monument: triumphs of architectural text John Oksanish

73.4

Augustan Rome

Remembering Marcellus in The Poetry and Landscape of Augustan Rome Aaron M. Seider

74.1

Digital Pedagogy

The Cartographic Satyricon: Digital Pedagogy For The Mapping of Literary Geographies Sarah E. Bond

74.2

Digital Pedagogy

Representation and Student Research Topics: The Archives of Classical Scholarship Sarah A. Buchanan

74.3

Digital Pedagogy

An Online Database of the Meters of Roman Comedy Timothy J. Moore

75.1

Winning the People

Spoils from Hera? Fulvius Flaccus at Cape Lacinium and Political Competition in Mid-Republican Rome Andreas Bendlin

75.2

Winning the People

Modeling Crowd Behavior in Ancient Rome: Claques and Complex Adaptive Systems Bryan Brinkman

75.3

Winning the People

Generic Formulae and Geographic Variation in the Tabulae Triumphales Charles W. Oughton

75.4

Winning the People

By the People, for the People? Structural Reactions in the Landscape of Roman Athens Joshua R. Vera

76.1

The Art of Biography in Antiquity

Anonymous Verses in Notorious Lives: the Historia Augusta through the Mirror of Suetonius Barbara Del Giovane

76.1

The Art of Biography in Antiquity

Plutarch and Cassius Dio on Cicero: Flawed Philosopher-Ruler or Unscrupulous Megalomaniac? David West

76.3

The Art of Biography in Antiquity

Agesilaus, Athens, and Communicating Civic Virtue Mitchell Parks

76.4

The Art of Biography in Antiquity

Pilgrimage as Biography in Antiquity: Travel, Process, and Liminality in Philostratus’s Life of Apollonius of Tyana Carson Bay

76.5

The Art of Biography in Antiquity

Women in Diogenes Laertius’ Lives of Eminent Philosophers Dorota Dutsch

77.1

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Musical Performance of Sappho’s Songs in the New Posidippus Papyrus Ronald Álvarez

77.2

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

New Old Horoscopes Andreas Winkler

77.3

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Dark Sappho:The “Method of Chamaeleon” in P.Oxy. 2506 Mark de Kreij

77.4

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

New Papyri from Karanis Emily Cole

77.5

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Abraham of Hermonthis and the Use of Legal Cultural Archetypes within the Coptic Church Nicholas Venable

78.2

Lucan after Deconstruction

Empedoclean Echoes in Lucan: The Dialectic of Love and Strife in the Proem of the 'Bellum Civile' Giulio Celotto

78.3

Lucan after Deconstruction

The Remains of the Day. A Reading of 'Bellum Civile' 8 Martin Dinter

78.4

Lucan after Deconstruction

Pompey’s Groan: Collective Heroism in Lucan’s 'Bellum Civile' Andrew Zissos

78.5

Lucan after Deconstruction

Thirty Years’ War: Lucan’s Cato since 1988 Tim Stover

79.1

Drama and the Religious in Ancient Greece

Tragic Artemis: Between Homer and Cult Sarit Stern

79.2

Drama and the Religious in Ancient Greece

Performing Archaic Ethics and Religion in Sophoclean Tragedy Alexandre Johnston,

79.3

Drama and the Religious in Ancient Greece

Performing and Contesting Delphic Oracles in Euripides’ Ion Lisa Maurizio

79.4

Drama and the Religious in Ancient Greece

Enemy of the Gods: Prometheus Bound as Religious Critique Rebecca Raphael

80.2

Reframing Alexandrology

Past, Present and Future of Alexander-Studies: beyond Commonplaces and Alexandrocentrism Pierre Briant

80.2

Voicing

Vergil’s Bucolic Soundscapes: Song and Environment in the Eclogues Erik Fredericksen

80.3

Reframing Alexandrology

Alexander Commonplaces as a Roman Imperial Idiom Yvona Trnka-Amrhein

80.4

Reframing Alexandrology

Conqueror or Monument? Unpacking an Alexander-Commonplace in Plutarch and Philostratus’ Life of Apollonius of Tyana Sulochana Asirvatham

80.5

Reframing Alexandrology

Creating a Commonplace: Alexander’s Visit to Jerusalem in Judeo-Christian Narratives Christian Thrue Djurslev

81.1

Voicing

Pliny's Cultured Nightingale Ellen D. Finkelpearl

81.3

Voicing

Ariadne loquens, Ariadne muta: Catullus 64 and the Illusionism of Hellenistic Ekphrastic Epigrams Flora IFF-NOËL

81.4

Voicing

The Silence of the Sirens in Lycophron’s "Alexandra" Kathleen Kidder

81.5

Voicing

The articulate landscapes of Aeschylus’ Persians Simone Antonia Oppen

82.1

The Body and its Travails

Sleeping with the Tyrant: The Death of Alexander of Pherae in Plutarch’s Life of Pelopidas Marcaline Boyd

82.2

The Body and its Travails

Writing the Unmentionable: Ekphrasis, Identity, and the Phoenix in Achilles Tatius Robert L. Cioffi

82.3

The Body and its Travails

Making Sense of Plato’s Taste Afroditi Manthati Angelopoulou

82.4

The Body and its Travails

Undressed for Success? Contradictions of Early Greek Nudity in Text and Image Sarah C. Murray

82.5

The Body and its Travails

Forced Cross-Dressing: Women in Togas and the Law of Charondas Nicole Nowbahar

83.1

Historiography and Identity

Interstitial Politics: Thucydides, Demosthenes, and the Athenian Character Branden D. Kosch

83.2

Historiography and Identity

Athenians, Amazons, and Goats: Language Contact in Herodotus Edward E. Nolan

83.3

Historiography and Identity

Brasidas and the Myth of the Un-Spartan Spartan Matthew A. Sears

84.1

Getting the Joke

Plautine Prayers and Holy Jokes Hans Bork

84.2

Getting the Joke

Irrumator/Imperator: A Political Joke in Catullus 10? Steven Brandwood

84.3

Getting the Joke

The End of Juvenal Satire 1 and the Imitation of Lucilius and Horace Brian S. Hook

84.4

Getting the Joke

Summus Minimusque Poeta: Silent Epigram in Juvenal Satire 1.1-30 Catherine Keane

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