150th Annual Meeting Abstracts

Links for the abstracts for the 150th 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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AIA-SCS Poster Session

Opening up the Ancient Mediterranean World (through Unicode and Fonts) Deborah (Debbie) W Anderson
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship

From Stone to Screen and the DIY Method: Digitization, Integration, and You Chelsea Gardner
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship

CommentarySandbox: Creating Custom Digital Commentaries for the Classroom Bret Mulligan
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship

Mapping Text with Recogito Valeria Vitale
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship

Make Your Own Ancient Studies Podcast Scott Aaron Lepisto
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Ancient MakerSpaces: Digital Tools for Classical Scholarship

Analyzing Ciceronian Networks with Gephi Caitlin Marley

1.1

Late Antique Literary Developments

Aphrahat the Persian Sage: Testimony to Constantine and the Roman-Persian Wars Mary J Jett

1.2

Late Antique Literary Developments

The war with Gildo and the publication of the Letters of Symmachus Christopher Lougheed

1.3

Late Antique Literary Developments

The Face of Vice: The Monsters of the 'Psychomachia' Kathleen M. Kirsch

1.4

Late Antique Literary Developments

The Poet and the Virgin: Avitus of Vienne’s Ascetic Aesthetic David Ungvary

1.5

Late Antique Literary Developments

The Interdisciplinary Teacher: Augustine's "Contra Academicos" as a Dialogue about Rhetoric Stevie Hull

1.6

Late Antique Literary Developments

Imitation and Emulation in Gregory of Nazianzus’ “On his own affairs” Peter O'Connell

2.1

Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography

Hecataeus' Heroic Boast: Personal and Impersonal Genealogies in Archaic Greek Literature Joseph Baker Zehner

2.2

Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography

Cyrus the Cupbearer: Near Eastern Influence in Ctesias' Persica C Sydnor Roy

2.3

Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography

Croesus in conversation: past tense and dramatic form in Herodotus Tobias Joho

2.4

Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography

Empathy and Ancient Historiography Regina M Loehr

2.5

Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography

Diodorus, Roman Generals, and Ptolemaic Egypt Alexander Skufca

2.6

Principles and Practices of Greek Historiography

The Impact of Evidentiary Bias on Macro-Level Approaches to Greek History Scott Lawin Arcenas

3.1

Roman Political Self-Representation

The Funerary Monument of Lucius Munatius Plancus and Aristocratic Self-Representation Carolyn Tobin

3.2

Roman Political Self-Representation

A Community of "Second Selves": the alter ego dynamic and the nature of aristocratic influence in the late Republic Adam Littlestone-Luria

3.3

Roman Political Self-Representation

Proletarian Tobacco and Augustan Wine John Alexander Lobur

3.4

Roman Political Self-Representation

Bureaucratic Consistency and Dynastic Continuity: The Case of Titus Zachary Herz

3.5

Roman Political Self-Representation

Contested Recycling: Conflicting Heritage Values in Dio Chysostom’s Rhodian Oration Cynthia Susalla

3.6

Roman Political Self-Representation

Aemulatio Traiani? Constantine’s Restored Dacia and the Tervingi Timothy Campbell Hart

4.1

Satire

What Does Lucilius Mean by Saturae? James Faulkner

4.2

Satire

Before the Ars Poetica: Poema and Poesis in Lucilius and Varro Marcie Persyn

4.3

Satire

Memory, Origins, and Fiction in Juvenal’s Satire 3 Maya Sunita Chakravorty

4.4

Satire

Friend or Enemy?: Humor and Contradiction in Juvenal 11-13 Scheherazade Jehan Khan

4.5

Satire

Satire and Epic: The Case of Statius' Thebaid Thomas J Bolt

5.1

Law Money and Politics

Public Finance in Archaic Crete? The Poinikastas of Datala Revisited Evan J Vance

5.2

Law Money and Politics

Tax Symmories as Micro-Credit Syndicates: The Grain Tax Law in 4th Century Athens J. Andrew Foster

5.3

Law Money and Politics

The Temple of Artemis on Lemnos: Athenian Land Allotment and Imperial Banking in the Fifth Century BCE Tim Sorg

5.4

Law Money and Politics

The Afterlives of Royal Land Grants Talia Prussin

5.5

Law Money and Politics

Satchmo in Macedon? Re-Framing Euripides' Macedonian "Exile" Dennis R Alley

5.6

Law Money and Politics

Patterns in Anti-Fiscal Revolts of the Julio-Claudian Period Jared Kreiner

6.2

Mapping the Classical World since 1869: Past and Future Directions

Greek and Roman Mapping Georgia Irby

6.3

Mapping the Classical World since 1869: Past and Future Directions

Modern Mapping Before Digitization Richard Talbert

6.4

Mapping the Classical World since 1869: Past and Future Directions

What Difference Has Digitization Made? Tom Elliott

6.5

Mapping the Classical World since 1869: Past and Future Directions

What has the Ancient World Mapping Center Done for Us? Lindsay Holman

6.6

Mapping the Classical World since 1869: Past and Future Directions

Rome’s Marble Plan: Progress and Prospects Elizabeth Wolfram Thrill

7.1

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

Judean immigration to Egypt in the 2nd century BC Christelle Fischer-Bovet

7.2

Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt

A New Understanding of the State Auction Process(es) in Egypt Andrew Hogan

7.3

Culture & Society in Greek Roman & Byzantine Egypt

The development of papyrology in North America Gabi Stewart

7.4

Culture & Society in Greek Roman & Byzantine Egypt

Final and consecutive clauses in the Greek documentary papyri of the Roman period Giuseppina di Bartolo

7.5

Culture & Society in Greek Roman & Byzantine Egypt

Keeping up with the Apollonii: Social and Economic Strategy and Choice among Merchants in Roman Egypt Jane Sancinito

8.1

Epic Gods Imperial City: Religion and Ritual in Latin Epic from Beginnings to Late Antiquity

The Aeneid, Book VI: Vergil’s Dream of the Afterlife Jeff Brodd

8.2

Epic Gods Imperial City: Religion and Ritual in Latin Epic from Beginnings to Late Antiquity

Sacrificial Acrostics and the Fall of Great Cities in Latin Epic Julia Hejduk

8.3

Epic Gods Imperial City: Religion and Ritual in Latin Epic from Beginnings to Late Antiquity

Pallas Primamque Deorum: Minerva in Flavian Epic and Religion Kira Jones

8.4

Epic Gods Imperial City: Religion and Ritual in Latin Epic from Beginnings to Late Antiquity

Festive days in Statius’ Thebaid Anke Walter

8.5

Epic Gods Imperial City: Religion and Ritual in Latin Epic from Beginnings to Late Antiquity

Travels with Martyrs: Epic Journey Motifs and Sacred Landscapes in Late Antique Poetry Laura K. Roesch

9.1

Truth to Power: Literary Rhetorical and Philosophical Responses to Autocratic Rule in the Roman Empire

Creating polytopic and de-centered identities: A Greek answer to exile imposed by the Roman Policy? Maria Vamvouri Ruffy

9.2

Truth to Power: Literary Rhetorical and Philosophical Responses to Autocratic Rule in the Roman Empire

Political Παρρησία in Plutarch: When Does It Work? Brad Buszard

9.3

Truth to Power: Literary Rhetorical and Philosophical Responses to Autocratic Rule in the Roman Empire

Roman Governors, "Greek Failings," and the Political World of Plutarch and Dio Chrysostom Christopher Fuhrmann

9.4

Truth to Power: Literary Rhetorical and Philosophical Responses to Autocratic Rule in the Roman Empire

Poetics of Political Fear: Lucan and the Neronian Age of Anxiety Irene Morrison-Moncure

9.5

Truth to Power: Literary Rhetorical and Philosophical Responses to Autocratic Rule in the Roman Empire

Friendship with the powerful? Perspectives pro and con in the Roman empire Zsuzsa Varhelyi

10.2

Classical and Early Modern Epic: Comparative Approahces and New Perspectives

Emerging Markets and Transnational Interactions in Translation and Epicization: the Case of Spain 1549-1569 Richard H. Armstrong

10.3

Classical and Early Modern Epic: Comparative Approahces and New Perspectives

The Epics of Lepanto: Between Tradition and Innovation Maxim Rigaux

10.4

Classical and Early Modern Epic: Comparative Approahces and New Perspectives

Virgil’s Venus-virgo in Christian Early Modern Epic Viola Starnone

10.5

Classical and Early Modern Epic: Comparative Approahces and New Perspectives

Travesty: the ultimate domestication of epic Susanna Braund

11.2

Theatre and Social Justice: The Work of Luis Alfaro

Family, Fate, and Magic: An Introduction to the Greek Adaptations of Luis Alfaro Mary Louise Hart

11.3

Theatre and Social Justice: The Work of Luis Alfaro

Immigrants in Time Amy Richlin

11.4

Theatre and Social Justice: The Work of Luis Alfaro

9-1-1 is a Joke in Yo Town: Justice in Alfaro’s Borderlands Tom Hawkins

11.5

Theatre and Social Justice: The Work of Luis Alfaro

Chorus and Comunidad in Alfaro’s Electricidad and Oedipus El Rey Name: Rosa Andújar

11.6

Theatre and Social Justice: The Work of Luis Alfaro

Directing Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles Jessica Kubzansky

12.1

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

The Role of Parmenides’ Goddess as Θέα Δαίμων David Bicknell

12.2

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

'Your Marriage Murders Mine': The Moral Consciousness of the Tragic Virgin M. Katherine Pyne-Jaeger

12.3

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Hot Topics: Aristophanes’ Acharnians and Charcoal Production Molly Schaub

12.4

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Dorians are Allowed to Speak Doric: Theocritus' Idyll XV in the Context of Panhellenization Sophia Decker

12.5

The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

Advancing an Eschatological Conversation: An Interpretation of Via Latina’s “Hercules Cycle” through the Eyes of the Late Antique Roman Viewer Katie Hillery

13.1

Reception and National Traditions

Greek Andes: Briceño Guerrero and the Latin America Tragedy Jacobo Myerston

13.2

Reception and National Traditions

Ventriloquizing the Classics: Cicero and Early American Gothic James Uden

13.3

Reception and National Traditions

From Homer to Lescarbot: The Iliad’s Influence on the First North American Drama Andrew E. Porter

13.4

Reception and National Traditions

"Ne quid detrimenti capiat res publica": The Senatus Consultum Ultimum and a Print of George Washington Emilio Capettini

13.5

Reception and National Traditions

Classical Reception within the Vietnamese Diaspora Kelly Nguyen

14.1

Greek Political Thought

"Philanthrōpia, Democracy, and the Proof of Power" Ted Parker

14.2

Greek Political Thought

Citizens’ wisdom and (other arguments for) the defence of moderate democracy in Aristotle’s Politics Georgia Tsouni

14.3

Greek Political Thought

Plutarch’s Hellish Cures for Ardiaeus: The Myth of Thespesius and the Occlusion of Plato’s ‘Incurables’ Collin Miles Hilton

14.4

Greek Political Thought

Kritias and Plato's Ur-Athens as Oligarchy William S. Morison

14.5

Greek Political Thought

Law's Measure: Aischines 3.199–200 Edwin Carawan

15.1

Playing with Time

Swerving Atoms and Changing Times: Lucretius and his Readers in Late Antiquity Abigail Kate Buglass

15.2

Playing with Time

Unlucky in Love: Games of Chance and Amatory Strategies in Roman Elegy Christopher S Dobbs

15.3

Playing with Time

Stop the Clock! Time in Apuleius' "Apology" Lauren Miller

15.4

Playing with Time

Rebuilding Rome: Reading Ovid’s Fasti as a Chronological History of the City of Rome Samuel L. Kindick

15.5

Playing with Time

‘To Be Completed: The Poetry of July to December in Neo-Latin Fasti-poems’ Bobby Xinyue

16.2

From APA to SCS: 150 Years of Professional Classics in North America

1869: The Year That Changed Classical Studies in America Eric Adler

16.3

From APA to SCS: 150 Years of Professional Classics in North America

African American Members of the Society for Classical Studies: A Census of Affiliations  (1875-1938) Michele Valerie Ronnick

16.4

From APA to SCS: 150 Years of Professional Classics in North America

Speaking as a Classicist: The APA/SCS and American Politics Lee T Pearcy

16.5

From APA to SCS: 150 Years of Professional Classics in North America

Opening the Gates: The American Philological Association/Society for Classical Studies 1970-2019 Ward Briggs

17.1

Theorizing Africana Receptions

The reception of St. Augustine in modern Maghrebian novels Anja Bettenworth

17.2

Theorizing Africana Receptions

Reader-Response to Racism: Audre Lorde and Seneca on Anger Ellen Cole Lee

17.3

Theorizing Africana Receptions

Bodies in Dissent Sarah Derbew

18.1

Academic Mentoring in Classics

School Without Walls Internship Program Jane Brinley

18.2

Academic Mentoring in Classics

Mentoring in Independent Schools Giselle Furlonge

19.2

The Cosmic-Text: Metapoetics and Philosophy in Latin Literature

Summoning Forth the Gods in Lucretius: an Idealist Interpretation of Venus and Mars Gordon Campbell

19.3

The Cosmic-Text: Metapoetics and Philosophy in Latin Literature

Designing Materialism: Ovid’s Armillary Sphere and the Phaedo Peter Kelly

19.4

The Cosmic-Text: Metapoetics and Philosophy in Latin Literature

Sailing the High(er) Seas: Manilius’s Celestial Traces in Valerius Flaccus’s Argonautica Darcy Krasne

19.5

The Cosmic-Text: Metapoetics and Philosophy in Latin Literature

Another Look at Proserpina's Cosmic Text in Claudian's De raptu Proserpinae Stephen Wheeler

21.2

Re-evaluating Herakles-Hercules in the Twenty-first Century

Herakles/Vajrapani, the companion of Buddha Karl Galinsky

21.3

Re-evaluating Herakles-Hercules in the Twenty-first Century

Hercules' birthday suit: performing heroic nudity between Athens and Amsterdam Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones

21.4

Re-evaluating Herakles-Hercules in the Twenty-first Century

“I shall sing of Herakles”: writing a Hercules oratorio for the twenty-first century Emma Stafford

21.5

Re-evaluating Herakles-Hercules in the Twenty-first Century

How The Rock became Rockules: Dwayne Johnson’s star text in HERCULES (2014) Monica Cyrino

22.2

The Writing on the Wall: The Intersection of Flavian Literary and Material Culture

Incendiary Memories: The Intermediality of Nero in Flavian Poetics and Politics Virginia Closs

22.3

The Writing on the Wall: The Intersection of Flavian Literary and Material Culture

Domitianic ‘Arachnes’ and ‘Lucretias’: An Inter-discursive Perspective Emma Buckley

22.4

The Writing on the Wall: The Intersection of Flavian Literary and Material Culture

Identifying Demi-gods: Augustus, Domitian, and Hercules Claire Stocks

22.5

The Writing on the Wall: The Intersection of Flavian Literary and Material Culture

The Memory of Fire and the Rebuilding of the City Salvador Bartera

23.1

Attic Oratory

How to Talk about Money in Attic Oratory: Insults and Iambos Robert K Morley

23.2

Attic Oratory

Reapportioning Honors: Intertextuality in Against Leptines Mitchell H. Parks

23.3

Attic Oratory

(Dis)Placing Timarchos: The Use of Place in Aeschines 1 Allison Glazebrook

23.4

Attic Oratory

Prognosis as a Measure of Excellence: Medical Language in Demosthenes’ On the Crown Allison E Das

24.1

Latin Prose Interaction

Cicero, Brutus 63–9 and the history of Cato’s Origines Jackie Elliott

24.2

Latin Prose Interaction

Statuary Analogies and Cicero’s Judgment of Caesar’s Style (Brutus 262) Christopher S. van den Berg

24.3

Latin Prose Interaction

Legal Humor and Republican Political Culture (Cic. De Orat. 2.284) Cynthia J Bannon

24.4

Latin Prose Interaction

Lucius Anicius Gallus, Conqueror and Tripartite Divider Kevin Scahill

25.1

Greek Semantics

Timotheus of Miletus’ Persae, 147-148: A New Possible Semantic Interpretation Milena Anfosso

25.2

Greek Semantics

Who’s afraid of wonder? θαῦμα and θάμβος. Rik Peters

25.3

Greek Semantics

ΣΥΝΕΣΙΣ: Insight into (its) Deeper Meaning in Classical Greece Carlo DaVia

25.4

Greek Semantics

How Long Does the "Right Time" Last? Kairos in Galen's On Crises and On Hygiene Kassandra Jackson Miller

26.1

Lightnings Talks 1: Pedagogy

The Student Becomes the Classicist: Engaging and Empowering Students in the Classroom Molly Harris

26.2

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Learning Latin, Learning How to Learn: Student Agency, Identity, and Resilience Kristina A Meinking

26.3

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Open Access Pedagogy: Seeking a Sustainable Model Amy R. Cohen

26.4

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Using Conflict Analysis in History and Civilization Courses Seán Easton

26.5

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Using Systemic Functional Linguistics in the Greek and Latin Classroom: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Socially Conscious Classics Pedagogy Kelly P. Dugan

26.6

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Teaching Beginning Greek Online Wilfred Major

26.7

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

The Pedagogy, Perils and Pitfalls of Graphic Novel in the Classroom Aaron L. Beek

26.8

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Operation #TeachClassics: sharing successful strategies from the UK for boosting Classics teaching in high schools Arlene Holmes-Henderson

26.9

Lightning Talks 1: Pedagogy

Teaching with the Satyrica: Open Educational Resources for Intermediate Latin Beth Severy-Hoven

27.1

Didactic Prose

In Good Form: Hermogenes and the Didactic Strategy of On Forms of Style Byron MacDougall

27.2

Didactic Prose

Empire of Magic: Imperial Historiography in Pliny the Elder's History of Magic Trevor Stacy Luke

27.3

Didactic Prose

Epitome in the Age of Empire: Florus and the (Re)Written Republic Rachel L Love

27.4

Didactic Prose

In the Margins: Humanist Scholars on Pliny in Print Clare Woods

27.5

Didactic Prose

Animal Speech, Sermo, and Imperialism in Pliny the Elder’s Natural History Wesley J Hanson

27.6

Didactic Prose

Columella’s Prose Preface: A Paratextual Reading of De Re Rustica Book 10 Victoria Austen-Perry

28.1

Allegory Poetics and Symbol in Neoplatonic Texts

The Use of Allegory in Late Neoplatonic Psychagogy James Ambury

28.2

Allegory Poetics and Symbol in Neoplatonic Texts

Gymnasia for the Soul: Proclus and the First Lines of the Parmenides Alex Tarbet

28.3

Allegory Poetics and Symbol in Neoplatonic Texts

Proclus on Analogy Matteo Milesi

28.4

Allegory Poetics and Symbol in Neoplatonic Texts

The Philosophical Allegoresis of Plato and Scripture in Numenius, Origen and Amelius Ilaria Ramelli

28.5

Allegory Poetics and Symbol in Neoplatonic Texts

Apuleius' use of philosophical allegory Joshua Renfro

28.6

Allegory Poetics and Symbol in Neoplatonic Texts

Augustine, Manichaeism, and the Allegorical Interpretation of Creation: Foundations of an Androcentric Anthropology. David Morphew

29.1

African Americans and the Classics by Margaret Malamud

Response to Margaret Malamud, African Americans and the Classics: Antiquity, Abolition and Activism Shelley Haley

29.2

African Americans and the Classics by Margaret Malamud

Response to Margaret Malamud, African Americans and the Classics: Antiquity, Abolition and Activism Daniel R. Moy

29.3

African Americans and the Classics by Margaret Malamud

Response to Margaret Malamud, African Americans and the Classics: Antiquity, Abolition and Activism Heidi Morse

29.4

African Americans and the Classics by Margaret Malamud

Historical [Re]constructions: Pauline Hopkins's Of One Blood and Proto-Afrocentric Classicism Nicole A. Spigner

30.1

Ovid

Gendering the Golden Age in Ovid's Ars Amatoria Zackary Rider

30.2

Ovid

Ovid’s Cadmus, Herculean Cattle-Thief? Andrew C. Ficklin

30.3

Ovid

Juno and Diana’s Revenge: The Use of Satiare in Ovid’s Metamorphoses India Watkins

30.4

Ovid

With Clashing Bronze and Shrieking Pipes: Ovid’s Representation of the Sound of (Mystery Cult) Music Rebecca A. Sears

30.5

Ovid

Watch Janus Looking at Cranaë: A Reconsideration of Janus in Ovid’s Fasti Anastasia Belinskaya

31.2

Epigraphic Approaches to Multilingualism and Multilingual Societies in the Ancient Mediterranean

Beyond the Text: Socio-political Implications in Cypriot bilingual Inscriptions Beatrice Pestarino

31.3

Epigraphic Approaches to Multilingualism and Multilingual Societies in the Ancient Mediterranean

The Xanthos Trilingual and Beyond: Interlingual Patterns in Greek-Lycian-Aramaic Inscriptions Leon Battista Borsano

31.4

Epigraphic Approaches to Multilingualism and Multilingual Societies in the Ancient Mediterranean

From Text to Monument: Sociolinguistics and Epigraphy in the Bilingual Funerary Inscriptions from Lycia Marco Santini

31.5

Epigraphic Approaches to Multilingualism and Multilingual Societies in the Ancient Mediterranean

“It seems that they are using the Carian Language”: Multilingualism, Assimilation, and Acculturation in Caria Georgios Tsolakis

31.6

Epigraphic Approaches to Multilingualism and Multilingual Societies in the Ancient Mediterranean

Multiculturalism and Multilingualism in Written Practice: Western Sicily Thea Sommerschield

31.7

Epigraphic Approaches to Multilingualism and Multilingual Societies in the Ancient Mediterranean

Multilingual Cityscapes: Language and Diversity in the Ancient City Olivia Elder

32.1

Hannibal's Legacy

The Roman Senate in the Third Century BC Fred Drogula

32.2

Hannibal's Legacy

Cycles of Death and Renewal: Stabilizing and Destabilizing Forces in the Republican Senate Cary Barber

32.3

Hannibal's Legacy

Early Rome, after the war Jeremy Armstrong

32.4

Hannibal's Legacy

'Doing their Bit’: Remembering Women’s Contributions during the Second Punic War Anne Truetzel

32.5

Hannibal's Legacy

'A death more becoming to himself’ Gender role reversal, Carthaginian Female Suicide and the Roman Imagination Eve MacDonald

32.6

Hannibal's Legacy

Sicily and the Second Punic War: The (Re)Organisation of Rome’s First Province John Serrati

33.1

Feminist Re-Visionings: Twentieth-Century Women Writers and Classics

Inside Stories: Amateurism and Activism in the Classical Works of Naomi Mitchison Sheila Murnaghan

33.2

Feminist Re-Visionings: Twentieth-Century Women Writers and Classics

Edith Wharton and Classical Antiquity: From Victorian to Modern Isobel Hurst

33.3

Feminist Re-Visionings: Twentieth-Century Women Writers and Classics

Re-visioning Classics: Adrienne Rich and the Critique of “Old Texts” Emily Hauser

33.4

Feminist Re-Visionings: Twentieth-Century Women Writers and Classics

The silencing of Laura Riding Elena Theodorakopoulos

33.5

Feminist Re-Visionings: Twentieth-Century Women Writers and Classics

Marguerite Yourcenar’s Sappho (Feux, La Couronne et la Lyre) and Lesbian Paris in the early twentieth century Jacqueline Fabre-Serris

34.1

Political Enculturation

Social Mobility and Athletics in Archaic Greece Cameron Glaser Pearson

34.2

Political Enculturation

Where's the Beef? The Athletic Diet and its Resentment in Antiquity Emmanuel Aprilakis

34.3

Political Enculturation

Metus Pyrrhi: The Effects of the Pyrrhic Invasion on Roman International Relations Gregory J. Callaghan

34.4

Political Enculturation

Youthful Military Service and Aristocratic Values in the Late Roman Republic. Noah A.S. Segal

34.5

Political Enculturation

A case-study of intergenerational participation in Roman professional associations Jeffrey Easton

34.6

Political Enculturation

Evidence for a Regional Assembly in Coastal Paphlagonia in the Julio-Claudian Period Ching-Yuan Wu

35.2

Rome and the Americas

American Philological Associations: Latin and Amerindian Languages Andrew Laird

35.3

Rome and the Americas

Transformation of Roman Poetry in Colonial Latin America Erika Valdivieso

35.4

Rome and the Americas

Seeing Rome in the Andes: Inca architectural history and classical antiquity Stella Nair

35.5

Rome and the Americas

Alterae Romae? The Values of Cross-Cultural Analogy Claire Lyons

36.2

Systems of Knowledge and Strategic Planning in Ancient Industries

Constructing Cetariae: The Role of Knowledge Networks in Building the Roman Fish Salting Industry Christopher F. Motz

36.3

Systems of Knowledge and Strategic Planning in Ancient Industries

Association and Archive: The Technitai of Dionysus as Keepers of Knowledge Mali Skotheim

36.4

Systems of Knowledge and Strategic Planning in Ancient Industries

Invisible Trades: Apprenticeship and Systems of Knowledge in Poorly Attested Industries Jared Benton

36.5

Systems of Knowledge and Strategic Planning in Ancient Industries

Locating energy in the archaeological record: A ceramic case study from Pompeii, Italy Gina Tibbott

36.6

Systems of Knowledge and Strategic Planning in Ancient Industries

A painting workshop in the Catacomb of San Gennaro, Naples Jenny R. Kreiger

36.7

Systems of Knowledge and Strategic Planning in Ancient Industries

No Two are the Same: Stela Production in Ptolemaic and Roman Akhmim Emily Cole

37.2

Writing the History of Epigraphy and Epigraphers

Inscription Hunting and Early Travellers in the Near East: The Cases of Pococke and Chandler Compared Alastair J.L. Blanshard

37.3

Writing the History of Epigraphy and Epigraphers

150 years, and more, of Teaching the Epigraphical Sciences (or, Epigraphical Training Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow) Graham Oliver

37.4

Writing the History of Epigraphy and Epigraphers

The Correspondence of Günther Klaffenbach and Louis Robert (1929‒1972) Daniela Summa

37.5

Writing the History of Epigraphy and Epigraphers

The Method and Madness of Matteo Della Corte Holly Sypniewski

37.6

Writing the History of Epigraphy and Epigraphers

Res Gestae: The Queen of Inscriptions and the History of Epigraphers Morgan Palmer

38.2

What Can Active Latin Accomplish

Aut Latine aut nihil? A tertium quid Tom Keeline

38.3

What Can Active Latin Accomplish

A Day in the Life of an Active Latin Teacher Skye Shirley

38.4

What Can Active Latin Accomplish

Comprehensible Output, Form-focused Recasts, and the New Standards Peter Anderson

38.5

What Can Active Latin Accomplish

What Can Active Latin Accomplish? Well, Let Me Just Show You...Facts, Figures, and Artifacts Demonstrating the Benefits of Active Instruction Gregory P. Stringer

39.2

What's Roma Got to Do with It?

Staging Thebes in the 2nd Century BCE Hannah Čulík-Baird

39.3

What's Roma Got to Do with It?

Plautus at the Ludi Megalenses: Defining Romanitas in Pseudolus Seth Jeppesen

39.4

What's Roma Got to Do with It?

A Surfeit of Gods: Performing Roman polytheism in Plautus’ Bacchides Christopher Jon Jelen

39.5

What's Roma Got to Do with It?

Lost in translation: Mapping cultural displacement in the Plautine Mediterranean Leon Grek

39.6

What's Roma Got to Do with It?

The secondary world of Plautinopolis Rachel Mazzara

40.2

Podcasting the Classics

Educational Podcasts: Sensical Strategies Doug Metzger

40.3

Podcasting the Classics

Outside the Gaze: Podcasting Ancient Rome as Woman Scholars Peta Greenfield

40.4

Podcasting the Classics

Classics for the People Vanya Visnjic

40.5

Podcasting the Classics

Looted: Lessons Learned Zoe Kontes

40.6

Podcasting the Classics

Pod Save the Classics: Using Podcasts in the Secondary Classroom Andrew J. Carroll

41.2

Centering the Margins

Nuts & Bolts: Building the Foundations of an Inclusive Classroom Suzanne Lye

41.3

Centering the Margins

Creating Inclusive Beginning Language Courses Amy Pistone

41.4

Centering the Margins

Bringing the Outside In: Incorporating Marginalized Identities and Modern Topics into an Introductory Mythology Course Yurie Hong

41.5

Centering the Margins

Creating Inclusivity with Material Culture in Civilization and History Survey Courses Robyn Le Blanc

41.6

Centering the Margins

A Diverse Ancient History for a Diversifying Classroom Rebecca Futo Kennedy

42.1

Power and Politics in Late Antiquity

Servants? or Usurpers?: Evaluation of the Bureaucratization Under Constantius II from A Comparative Perspective Chenye Shi

42.2

Power and Politics in Late Antiquity

The Three Accessions of Julian the Apostate: Social Power and the Question of Late Roman Imperial Legitimacy JaShong King

42.3

Power and Politics in Late Antiquity

The Theodosian Code in its Christian Conceptual Frame Mark Letteney

42.4

Power and Politics in Late Antiquity

Legal Lumpiness of the Late Roman Empire Ryan Pilipow

42.5

Power and Politics in Late Antiquity

Invidia Tabernariorum: the economic interests of associations in late-antique Rome, a study of the corpus tabernariorum John Fabiano

43.1

Latin Hexameter Poetry

The Voice of Nature and its Consolatory Force in Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura Clifford A. Robinson

43.2

Latin Hexameter Poetry

Caesar and the Poetics of Nefas in Lucan's Civil War Isaia Crosson

43.3

Latin Hexameter Poetry

Lucan’s African Monsters: the Triumph of Chaos over Cosmos in the 'Bellum Civile' Giulio Celotto

43.4

Latin Hexameter Poetry

Juvenal and the Lost Boys of the Argonautica: Daedalus, Jason, and the end of Roman epic Jessica Blum

43.5

Latin Hexameter Poetry

Nature's City: Nemea as urbs capta in Statius' Thebaid Adam Kozak

44.1

Allusion and Intertext

The Reception of Sappho in Plato's Phaedrus in Light of the Expanded Text of Sappho 58 Mary R. Bachvarova

44.2

Allusion and Intertext

The ‘Modern’ Prometheus in Aristophanes’ Peace and Birds Samuel D Cooper

44.3

Allusion and Intertext

A Vergilian Revision of Homeric Repetition Alexander Forte

44.4

Allusion and Intertext

The Daemon Grows: Some Offshoots of Empedocles in Horace’s Ars Poetica Justin Hudak

44.5

Allusion and Intertext

Beyond Ornamentation: Seneca, Vergil's Aeneid, and the Interlocutor Sophia R Elzie

44.6

Allusion and Intertext

The Muses and Redacted Antiquity: Rodulfus Tortarius’ poetic adaptation of Valerius Maximus Kyle Conrau-Lewis

45.2

The Future of Classics

Speaker/facilitator Sarah E Bond

45.3

The Future of Classics

speaker/facilitator Joy Connolly

45.4

The Future of Classics

speaker/facilitator Ralph J Hexter

45.5

The Future of Classics

speaker/facilitator Dan-el Padilla Peralta

46.2

Thirty Years of the Jeweled Style: Reassessing Late Antique Poetry

Argento auroque coruscis scripta notis: Optatianic reflections on the ‘jeweled style’ Michael Squire

46.3

Thirty Years of the Jeweled Style: Reassessing Late Antique Poetry

Features and Effects of the Jeweled Style in Juvencus Blaise Gratton

46.4

Thirty Years of the Jeweled Style: Reassessing Late Antique Poetry

How to Bejewel a Cento (Eudocia the Magpie) Francesca Middleton

46.5

Thirty Years of the Jeweled Style: Reassessing Late Antique Poetry

Run the Jewels: The Prehistory of the Jeweled Style Ian Fielding

47.2

Varro the Philosopher

Varro and Antiochus in the Liber de Philosophia Nathan Gilbert

47.3

Varro the Philosopher

Varro the Pythagorean? An Inquiry into the Quadripartite Category System of De Lingua Latina 5.11-13 Phillip Sidney Horky and Grant Nelsestuen

47.4

Varro the Philosopher

“Si Homo Est Bulla: Varro’s Roman Cynicism and de Rebus Rusticis” Sarah Culpepper Stroup

47.5

Varro the Philosopher

288 Ways of Looking at the summum bonum: Varro the Roman Eclectic Katharina Volk

48.2

Searching for the Cinaedus in Classical Antiquity

Κιναίδων βίος: The impossible praise of a lifestyle in Athenian erotic culture. Giulia Sissa

48.3

Searching for the Cinaedus in Classical Antiquity

Cleomachus: A Case Study in “Cinaedism” Thomas Sapsford

48.4

Searching for the Cinaedus in Classical Antiquity

Representing the cinaedus in Roman Visual Culture John R. Clarke

48.5

Searching for the Cinaedus in Classical Antiquity

Did (Imaginary) Cinaedi Have Sex with Women? Kirk Ormand

49.1

Contagious Narrative

Routes of the Plague in Homer’s Iliad, Sophocles’ Oedipus the King and Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War Pantelis Michelakis

49.2

Contagious Narrative

Unnamed Victims and Named Survivors in Greek Plague Narratives Jennifer B. Clarke Kosak

49.3

Contagious Narrative

Rivalry, Repetition, and the Language of Pestilence in Lucan’s Bellum Civile Hunter H. Gardner

49.4

Contagious Narrative

Disease in Virgil and Edwidge Danticat's "The Farming of Bones" Julia Nelson Hawkins

50.2

The Romance of Reception

The Greek Novel, ‘Asianic’ Style, and the Second Sophistic Lawrence Kim

50.3

The Romance of Reception

The Early Reception of Achilles Tatius and Modern Views of Ancient Prose Fiction Stephen M. Trzaskoma

50.4

The Romance of Reception

“Full of Marvels:” The Early Modern Reception of Heliodorus and the New World Robert L. Cioffi

50.5

The Romance of Reception

Beyond the Ethnicity of Fragments Yvona Trnka-Amrhein

51.1

Lightning Talks 2: Poetry and Language

Of hornets and humans: the etymology of *anthropos* Richard Janko

51.2

Lightning Talks 2: Poetry and Language

Archilochus fr. 93a W: Musical Diplomacy on Thasos? Timothy C Power

51.3

Lightning Talks 2: Poetry and Language

East versus West in the Lyrics of Ibycus William Tortorelli

51.4

Lightning Talks 2: Poetry and Language

Distributed Agency in Tragic Social Networks Francesca Spiegel

51.5

Lightning Talks 2: Poetry and Language

PREPARING THE ELEGIAC DIDO: AMATORY LANGUAGE IN AENEID 1.343-352 Robert John Sklenar

52.1

Greek Language

“Easily He Wielded It”: Paronomasia in Homer’s Lexical Ring Structures Megan O'Donald

52.2

Greek Language

Preeminence and Prepositional Thinking in Sappho Andres Matlock

52.3

Greek Language

One γένος or Two? Embracing Paradox in Pindar’s Nemean 6.1 Peter Moench

52.4

Greek Language

Let All Marvel at This Stele: Complexity and Performance in the Shem/Antipatros Stele of the Kerameikos Justin S. Miller

53.1

Horace and his Legacy

Teucer, Twofold: Echoes and exempla in Odes 1.7 Edgar Adrián García

53.2

Horace and his Legacy

Deus nobis haec otia fecit: Illusions of Otium at the End of the Republic Alicia Matz

53.3

Horace and his Legacy

Horace the Communist: Marx’s Capital as Satire Katherine Wasdin

53.4

Horace and his Legacy

Ursine Poetics in Horace and the Classical Tradition Aaron Kachuck

54.1

Thesaurus Linguae Latinae: A Practical Guide for Users

Presentation Kathleen Coleman

55.2

Global Feminism and the Classics

The Sisters of Semonides' Wives: Rethinking Female–Animal Kinship Margaret Day

55.3

Global Feminism and the Classics

The Emancipation of the Soul: Gender and Body-Soul Dualism in Ancient Greek and Indian Philosophy. Elizabeth LaFray

55.4

Global Feminism and the Classics

Mapping the Intersection of Greek and Jewish Identity in Josephus’ Against Apion Sarah Christine Teets

55.5

Global Feminism and the Classics

Past, Present, Future: Pathways to a More Connected Classics Hilary J.C. Lehmann

56.2

Music and the Divine

The Music of Sacrifice: Between Mortals and Immortals Pavlos Sfyroeras

56.3

Music and the Divine

Movements Akin to the Soul’s: Human and Divine Mimēsis in Plato’s Music Spencer Klavan

56.4

Music and the Divine

Eudoxus of Cnidus on Consonance, Reason/Ratio, and Divine Pleasure Victor Gysembergh

56.5

Music and the Divine

The Silent Gods of Lucretius Noah Davies-Mason

56.6

Music and the Divine

Singing for the Gods under the Empire: Music and the Divine in the Age of Aelius Aristides Francesca Modini

57.2

Political Thought in Latin Literature

The Exemplary Imperialism of Julius Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic War Rex Stem

57.3

Political Thought in Latin Literature

The Politics of Atomism in Cicero Matthew Gorey

57.4

Political Thought in Latin Literature

Roman Republicanism, Memory, and Identity: Cicero's De Re Publica Marsha McCoy

57.5

Political Thought in Latin Literature

Seneca's Oedipus and the Limits of Knowledge in Politics Harriet Fertik

57.6

Political Thought in Latin Literature

Senecan Politics on Stage Lisl Walsh

58.2

Ancient Drama / New World

Antigone: Anastrophe in Griselda Gambaro’s Antígona furiosa Charles Pletcher

58.3

Ancient Drama / New World

Textual Ruins: The Form of Memory in José Watanabe's Antigona Cristina Perez

58.4

Ancient Drama / New World

Reimagining Creon and his Daughter in Euripides' Medea: Armida as Queen of the Barrio in Luis Alfaro's Mojada Laurialan Blake Reitzammer

58.5

Ancient Drama / New World

"Why We Build the Wall": Hadestown in Trump's America Claire Catenaccio

59.1

A Century of Translating Poetry

“Exquisite classics in simple English prose”: Theory and Practice in the Poets’ Translation Series (1915-1920) Elizabeth Vandiver

59.2

A Century of Translating Poetry

Quisque suos patimur manes: Trends in Literary Translation of the Classics Rachel Hadas

59.3

A Century of Translating Poetry

“Tools” of the Trade: Euphemism and Dysphemism in Modern English Translations of Catullus Tori Lee

59.4

A Century of Translating Poetry

Performative Translations of Lucretius and Catullus Rodrigo Tadeu Gonçalves

59.5

A Century of Translating Poetry

Faithless: Gender bias and translating the classics Emily Wilson

60.1

Herodotus and Thucydides

The Dreams of Xerxes, Revisited: Herodotus 7.12-18 and the Role of Religious Ideology in the Second Persian Invasion of Greece Ronnie Shi

60.2

Herodotus and Thucydides

Amplifying prestige: Herodotus and the Lindian Chronicle in 99 BCE Simone Oppen

60.3

Herodotus and Thucydides

Apotropaic Lions in Herodotus David Branscome

60.4

Herodotus and Thucydides

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Zoology and Ecology in Herodotus’ Histories Colin MacCormack

60.5

Herodotus and Thucydides

Minos: A Problematic First Thalassocrat in Thucydides’ Archaeology Valerio Caldesi-Valeri

60.6

Herodotus and Thucydides

Dialectics of Hope and Fear in Thucydides Book 6 Bradley Hald

61.1

Literature of Empire

A Polytheist or Christian Journey in Alexander’s Letter to Olympias? Matthew W Ferguson

61.2

Literature of Empire

‘Even When Sappho is Sung’: Taste in Sapphic and Anacreontic Performance in Early Imperial Symposia David F. Driscoll

61.3

Literature of Empire

Phaedrus’s Double Dowry: Laughter and Joking in the Fabulae Aesopiae Kristin Mann

61.4

Literature of Empire

The Historiographic Nature of Lucianic Polemic in the Quomodo Historia Conscribenda Sit Luther Karper

61.5

Literature of Empire

Cringing at Favorinus: Lexicography and the dismantling of a legacy David W.F. Stifler

61.6

Literature of Empire

Quintus of Smyrna and Hesiod Colin Pang

62.2

Reconnecting the Classics

Reconnecting the Classics: The Vocation and the Vocations in the 21st Century Christopher Blackwell

62.3

Reconnecting the Classics

Philology and the Future of Work Gregory Crane

62.4

Reconnecting the Classics

In the Mind of a Polymath: Exploring D’Arcy Thompson’s Glossary of Greek Birds Marie-Claire Beaulieu

62.5

Reconnecting the Classics

The Ship of Theseus: A framework for intertextuality connecting literature, biology, and computation Pramit Chaudhuri and Joseph P. Dexter

62.6

Reconnecting the Classics

Object-Oriented Philology Patrick Burns

63.1

Aesthetics and Ephemerality

Open-ended ἐφήμερος Felix Budelmann

63.2

Aesthetics and Ephemerality

Ephemerality as exhortation Sarah Nooter

63.3

Aesthetics and Ephemerality

Lyric ephemerality in Sappho Alex Purves

63.4

Aesthetics and Ephemerality

Me and my shadow Katharine Earnshaw

63.5

Aesthetics and Ephemerality

Temporalities of stone, hand, and light in Posidippus’ Lithika Verity Platt

63.6

Aesthetics and Ephemerality

Split tunnel: Nonius Datus celebrating and mourning construction Nolan Epstein

64.2

Turning Queer: Queerness and the Trope

“ἦλθον Ἀμαζόνες ἀντιάνειραι,” or, Going Amazon: Queering the Warrior Women in the Iliad Rowan Ash

64.3

Turning Queer: Queerness and the Trope

Io's Dance: A Queer Move in Prometheus Bound Sarah Olsen

64.4

Turning Queer: Queerness and the Trope

Homo Urbanus or Urban Homos?: The Metronormative Trope, Philo’s Therapeuts, and Ancient Queer Subcultures James Hoke

64.5

Turning Queer: Queerness and the Trope

Normal for Byzantium is Queer for Us Mark Masterson

64.6

Turning Queer: Queerness and the Trope

Blank Marks: Absence as Interpretation of Queer Erotics in 20th-21st Century Reception of Sappho Mary Mussman

65.1

The Digital Latin Library

The Digital Latin Library Samuel J Huskey

65.2

The Digital Latin Library

What does a (digital) critical edition look like? Hugh Cayless

65.3

The Digital Latin Library

Is There an Editor in this Text? Robert Kaster

65.4

The Digital Latin Library

Pragmatic or Pure? Two Experiments in Editing Cynthia Damon

65.5

The Digital Latin Library

Automatically Encoding Critical Editions of Latin Texts Virginia K. Felkner

67.2

Ancient Mediterranean Literatures

Writing in the Achaemenid Empire Elspeth Dusinberre

67.3

Ancient Mediterranean Literatures

Epigraphic Egocentrism and Ancient Literary Invention Seth Larkin Sanders

67.4

Ancient Mediterranean Literatures

The Invention of Greek "Literature" Ruth Scodel

67.5

Ancient Mediterranean Literatures

Phoenician and Punic Civilizations Josephine Crawley Quinn

67.6

Ancient Mediterranean Literatures

Ancient Mesopotamian Literate Culture Stephen J. Tinney

68.2

Ovid Studies: the Next Millennium

New Directions in Ovidian Scholarship Sara Myers

68.3

Ovid Studies: the Next Millennium

Actaeon in the Wilderness: Ovid, Christine de Pizan and Gavin Douglas Carole Newlands

68.4

Ovid Studies: the Next Millennium

Ovid In and After Exile: Modern Fiction on Ovid outside Rome Alison Keith

68.5

Ovid Studies: the Next Millennium

Ovid in the #MeToo Era Daniel Libatique

69.2

New Directions in Isiac Studies

Paper #1: The Cult of Isis, from ‘Oriental’ to Global Laurent Bricault

69.3

New Directions in Isiac Studies

Paper #2: In the Guise of Isis: Visual Symbols and Constructing Identity Richard Veymiers

69.4

New Directions in Isiac Studies

Paper #3: Where Art Meets Text: Potent Words and Vivid Images in the Isiac Cults Molly Swetnam-Burland

69.5

New Directions in Isiac Studies

Paper #4: The Afterlife of Egypt in Early Christian Apologetics Eleni Manolaraki

69.6

New Directions in Isiac Studies

Paper #5: Origins, Dialogues, and Identities: Shifting Perspectives on Greek Hymns to Egyptian Gods Ian Moyer

70.1

Geospatial Classics: Teaching and Research Applications of GIS Technology

Mapping the unmapped: digital annotation of premodern geographies Chiara Palladino

70.2

Geospatial Classics: Teaching and Research Applications of GIS Technology

“Is that a place or a person?” Teaching classics with a digital annotation platform Valeria Vitale

70.3

Geospatial Classics: Teaching and Research Applications of GIS Technology

G.I.S., Military History, and the Mapping of Nuanced Imperialism Gabriel Moss

70.3

Geospatial Classics: Teaching and Research Applications of GIS Technology

Accessing Economic, Material, and Social Networks in Antiquity Through GIS and Linked Data Ryan Horne

70.6

Geospatial Classics: Teaching and Research Applications of GIS Technology

GIS at 50: the many uses of a mature research tool Eric Poehler

71.1

Prospective Memory in Ancient Rome: Constructing the Future Through Text and Material Culture

The Future of the Past: Fabius Pictor and Dionysios of Halicarnassos on the Pompa Circensis (Dion. Hal. Ant. Rom. 7.70-72) Jacob A. Latham

71.2

Prospective Memory in Ancient Rome: Constructing the Future Through Text and Material Culture

Remembering to Mourn in Tacitus' Annals: Germanicus' Death and the Shape of Grief Aaron M. Seider

71.3

Prospective Memory in Ancient Rome: Constructing the Future Through Text and Material Culture

Ad futuram memoriam: The Augustan Ludi Saeculares Eric Orlin

71.4

Prospective Memory in Ancient Rome: Constructing the Future Through Text and Material Culture

Statuary Alteration as Prediction Error: A Cognitive Theoretical Approach to Reuse Diana Y. Ng

71.5

Prospective Memory in Ancient Rome: Constructing the Future Through Text and Material Culture

The Beforelives of Votives: Prospective Memory and Religious Experience in the Roman Empire Maggie L. Popkin

71.6

Prospective Memory in Ancient Rome: Constructing the Future Through Text and Material Culture

Fusing of Ancestor Worship and the Cult of Martyrs in Late Fourth Century Gold Glass Susan Ludi Blevins

72.1

Hellenistic Poetry

The Same River Twice: The Anaurus-crossing(s) and Narrative Strategy in Apollonius' Argonautica Keith Penich

72.2

Hellenistic Poetry

Apollonius, Orpheus, and the Sirens: beyond poetical aemulatio matthieu real

72.3

Hellenistic Poetry

Organizing Snakes: Nicander’s Literary and Biological Catalog Kathryn Dorothy Wilson

72.4

Hellenistic Poetry

Nicander’s Hymn to Attalus: Pergamene Panegyric Thomas James Nelson

72.5

Hellenistic Poetry

Resonant Presence in Callimachus’ Hymn to Apollo Stephen White

72.6

Hellenistic Poetry

Poets and lovers: the remedy for love in Theocritus’ Idyll 11 and Hermesianax’s fr. 7 P Maria Gaki

73.1

Greek Religion

Knowledgeable Encounters in Early Greek Religion Eric Wesley Driscoll

73.2

Greek Religion

An Infant μύστης at Pelinna? Evidence for the Initiation of Children into Bacchic-Dionysiac Mystery Cults Colleen Kron

73.3

Greek Religion

The Place of the Club-bearer: Thoughts on the New Festival Calendar from Arcadia Kyle W Mahoney

73.4

Greek Religion

Defending Delos: The Role of the Temple of Apollo in the third century BCE Michael McGlin

73.5

Greek Religion

The lex sacra from Ptolemais Revisited. Maryline G. Parca

73.6

Greek Religion

Greek Gods, “Big Gods” and Moral Supervision Jennifer Larson

74.2

Graphic Display: Form and Meaning in Greek and Latin Writing

Tesserae Nummulariae: Creating a Typology of Graphic Display on Portable Latin Labels Lindsay Holman

74.3

Graphic Display: Form and Meaning in Greek and Latin Writing

‘Game-used Equipment’: Reading Inscribed Athletic Objects Peter J. Miller

74.4

Graphic Display: Form and Meaning in Greek and Latin Writing

Graphic Order from Alpha to Omega: Alphabetization in Hellenistic Inscriptions Alexandra Schultz

74.5

Graphic Display: Form and Meaning in Greek and Latin Writing

Document Titles in Greek Inscriptions Randall Souza

74.6

Graphic Display: Form and Meaning in Greek and Latin Writing

Circular by Design: Graphic Clues in Magical and Cultic Graffiti Irene Polinskaya

75.1

Materiality and Literary Culture

Tragic Epigraphy: Euripides’ Archelaus and IG I3 117 Andrea Giannotti

75.2

Materiality and Literary Culture

The Imperial Bellerophon: Reading Archaic Tablets as Modern Books in the Second Sophistic Joseph Howley

75.3

Materiality and Literary Culture

Unwelcome Guest: Envy, Shame, and Materiality in an Ancient Greek House Andrew Scholtz

75.4

Materiality and Literary Culture

Identity in Mosnier’s 17th-century Paintings of Heliodorus’ Aethiopica Kathryn Chew

75.5

Materiality and Literary Culture

Etymological Resonances Between the Argiletum and the Forum Transitorium Emma Brobeck

76.2

Where Does it End?: Limits on Imperial Authority in Late Antiquity

The Imperial Adventus: Evolving Dialogues between Emperor and City in the Third Century C.E. Shawn Ragan

76.3

Where Does it End?: Limits on Imperial Authority in Late Antiquity

Vetranio and the Limits of Legitimacy in the Danubian Provinces Craig Caldwell

76.4

Where Does it End?: Limits on Imperial Authority in Late Antiquity

The Kings as Imperial Models in the Fourth-Century Epitomators Jeremy Swist

76.5

Where Does it End?: Limits on Imperial Authority in Late Antiquity

Samaritans, Regional Coalition, and the Limits of Imperial Authority in Late Antique Palestine Matt Chalmers

77.1

Herculaneum: Works in Progress

Qui carbone rudi putrique creta scribit: The Charcoal Graffiti of Herculaneum Jacqueline DiBiasie-Sammons

77.2

Herculaneum: Works in Progress

Virtual Unwrapping of Herculaneum Material: Overcoming Remaining Challenges Brent Seales

77.2

Herculaneum: Works in Progress

Maritime façades in Roman villa architecture and decoration Mantha Zarmakoupi

78.1

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Rethinking discourse segmentation in Herodotus and Thucydides Anna Bonifazi

78.2

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Discourse (dis-)continuity in relative clauses: Evidence of contact-induced pragmatic expansion in Latin oratio obliqua Sean Gleason

78.3

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Differential agent marking in classical Greek David Goldstein

78.4

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Notes on Greek Comparatives Alexander Nikolaev

79.2

Neo-Latin in a Global Context: Current Approaches

The Classical Tradition in the Personal Correspondence of Anna Maria van Schurman Stephen Maiullo

79.3

Neo-Latin in a Global Context: Current Approaches

Cristoforo Landino’s Metrical Practice in Aeolics Anne Mahoney

79.4

Neo-Latin in a Global Context: Current Approaches

Syphilitic Trees: Immobility and Voicelessness in Ovid and Fracastoro Kat Vaananen

79.5

Neo-Latin in a Global Context: Current Approaches

Sannazaro’s Pastoral Seascape Joshua Patch

80.1

Responses to Environmental Change in the Roman World

The Effects of Environmental Change on Wild and Domestic Animal Populations in Roman Antiquity Michael MacKinnon

80.2

Responses to Environmental Change in the Roman World

Living Backwards: Roman Attitudes toward the Environment Victoria Pagán

80.3

Responses

Under the Plane Tree: Cultivation in Ancient Urban Pollution Kaja Tally-Schumacher

80.4

Responses to Environmental Change in the Roman World

Plus Ça Change: Climate and Roman Agronomy on Changing Agricultural Landscapes Margaret Clark

82.1

Homer and Reception

Iliadic Euphony, Odyssean Cacophony: Homeric Exempla in Philodemus’ On Poems 1 Amelia Margaret Bensch-Schaus

82.2

Homer and Reception

Cut Him Down To Size: Homeric Epitomes in Greco-Roman Antiquity Massimo Cè

82.3

Homer and Reception

The Cognitive Life of the Kestos Himas Amy Lather

83.1

Philosophy

Aristotle’s Uses of ‘ἕνεκά του’ and ‘οὗ ἕνεκα’ Takashi Oki

83.2

Philosophy

Anticipating the Worst: A Cyrenaic Technique to Increase Pleasure Isabelle Chouinard

83.3

Philosophy

Academic Ends of Interpretation: Plato the Sceptic in Cic. Luc. 74 Peter Osorio

83.4

Philosophy

De Mortuis Nil Dicendum Est? On Sextus Empiricus Against the Mathematicians VIII.98 and Stoic Indefinite Propositions Marion Durand

84.1

Vergil

The Virgilian Beech: The Creation of Italian Nostalgia in the Eclogues David Alan Wallace-Hare

84.2

Vergil

An Amber River at Georgics 3.522 Julia Scarborough

84.3

Vergil

What’s in an Allusion? A New Examination of Vergil’s Use of Homer James Gawley, Caitlin Diddams, Elizabeth Hunter, Tessa Little

84.4

Vergil

Virgil in the theatre: poets, oratory and performance in Tacitus' Dialogus de oratoribus Talitha E. Z. Kearey

85.2

Medical Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean

Medical Hellenicity in the Letters of Hippocrates Calloway Scott

85.3

Medical Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean

Where Medicine and Religion Meet: Honorific Inscriptions in the Asklepieion at Kos Tara Mulder

85.4

Medical Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean

Hierarchical Communities: Elite Approaches to Defining botanē in Ancient Medical Practice Katherine Beydler

85.5

Medical Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean

A Glass of Wine a Day... Medical Experts and Expertise in Plutarch’s Table Talk Michiel Meeusen

85.6

Medical Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean

Group Medical Practice in Imperial Rome: The Case of Allianoi Sarah Yeomans

86.1

What's in a Name?: Race Ethnicity and Cultural Identity in the Poetry of Vergil

Whose Fatherland? The Use of patria and patrius in Vergil Kevin Moch

86.2

What's in a Name?: Race Ethnicity and Cultural Identity in the Poetry of Vergil

What's Past is Prologue: Roman Identity and the Trojan Cycle in the Aeneid Jennifer Weintritt

86.3

What's in a Name?: Race Ethnicity and Cultural Identity in the Poetry of Vergil

Who Framed the acer Halaesus? The Unspoken Memory of the Faliscan People in Virgil's Aeneid Anna Maria Cimino

86.4

What's in a Name?: Race Ethnicity and Cultural Identity in the Poetry of Vergil

Constructing Ethnicity in Miniature: Cultural Memory in the World of the Aeneid Tedd Wimperis

87.2

Language and Naming in Early Greek Philosophy

Parmenides' Alētheia in Anaxagoras and Empedocles Rose Cherubin

87.3

Language and Naming in Early Greek Philosophy

Parmenides on language and the language of Parmenides Shaul Tor

87.4

Language and Naming in Early Greek Philosophy

The Physicality of Language in Gorgias and Heraclitus Luke Parker

87.5

Language and Naming in Early Greek Philosophy

Language-Games in Parmenides' Proem Gabriela Cursaru

87.6

Language and Naming in Early Greek Philosophy

Empedocles on Language, Nature and Learning Leon Wash

88.2

Contemporary Historiography: Convention Methodology and Innovation

Being There: The Use of Brief Dialogue in Herodotus and Thucydides Christopher A. Baron

88.3

Contemporary Historiography: Convention Methodology and Innovation

Historical Method and Quasi-Barbaric Historians in Polybius’s Histories Sulochana R. Asirvatham

88.4

Contemporary Historiography: Convention Methodology and Innovation

The Subalterns Speak: Remembering the Words of Caesar’s Officers Lydia Spielberg

88.5

Contemporary Historiography: Convention Methodology and Innovation

Fear and hatred: The autopsy reports of Cassius Dio Jesper M. Madsen

88.6

Contemporary Historiography: Convention Methodology and Innovation

Herodian, autopsy, and historical analysis Andrew G. Scott

89.2

LGBTQ Classics Today: Professional and Pedagogical Issues

LGBTQ Parenting and the Profession Kristina Milnor

89.3

LGBTQ Classics Today: Professional and Pedagogical Issues

LGBTQ Pedagogy and Classics: Finding a Happy Medium when Discussing Ancient Homoeroticism in the Classroom Walter Penrose

89.4

LGBTQ Classics Today: Professional and Pedagogical Issues

Undoing the need to translate: Public Debates about LGBTQ histories in the Classics classroom Marguerite Johnson

89.5

LGBTQ Classics Today: Professional and Pedagogical Issues

Ancient Sexualities for Tourists Andrew Lear

89.6

LGBTQ Classics Today: Professional and Pedagogical Issues

Building LGBTQIA+ Community on Diverse Campuses- Faculty’s Role and Responsibilities Shaun Travers

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Materiality of Writing

The ancient edition of Archilochus’ works Enrico Emanuele Prodi

90.2

Materiality of Writing

The Battle of Thyrea in Greek Epigram Michael A Tueller

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Materiality of Writing

An Emperor Makes His Mark: Claudius’ New Letters in the Epigraphic Record Melissa Huber

90.4

Materiality of Writing

Spelling Legitimacy: Claudius, Orthography and Re-Foundation Joseph R O'Neill

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Materiality of Writing

Wrapping Up the Book: Membrana in Horace Sat. 2.3.2 and Ars P. 389 Stephanie Ann Frampton

91.1

Ethics and Morality in Latin Philosophy

Socrates and Plato's Socrates in Cicero's Academica Matthew R Watton

91.2

Ethics and Morality in Latin Philosophy

Duels, Dualities, and Double Suns: Natural Philosophy and Politics in Cicero's De re publica Ashley Ariel Simone

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Ethics and Morality in Latin Philosophy

Reading as Training: Seneca’s Didactic Technique in De Beneficiis Scott A. Lepisto

91.4

Ethics and Morality in Latin Philosophy

The Blushing Sage: Somatic Affective Responses in Seneca’s Epistulae Morales Chiara Graf

91.5

Ethics and Morality in Latin Philosophy

Answering the Natural Questions: Pliny Ep. 4.30 and Ep. 8.20 Christopher V. Trinacty

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Ethics and Morality in Latin Philosophy

Rethinking Morality: A Senecan Shift in Stoic Sexual Ethics? Joshua M Reno

92.1

Homer and Hesiod

Raising the Dead: The Assyrian Empire as Political Background for Odysseus’ Descent to the Underworld Marcus Daniel Ziemann

92.2

Homer and Hesiod

A Question of Memory: Who and Whose are You? Justin Arft

92.3

Homer and Hesiod

Diomedes, Dione, and Divine Insecurity in Iliad 5-8 Rebecca Ann Deitsch

92.4

Homer and Hesiod

Voice, Mortals, and Muses in the Hesiodic Aspis 272-86 Stephen A Sansom

92.5

Homer and Hesiod

Reassessing the Evidence for Zenodotus’ “Cretan Odyssey” Bill Beck

93.1

Forms of Drama

The meaning of the wave in the final scene of Euripides’s Iphigenia taurica: between traditional cult and innovative human ethics Marco Duranti

93.2

Forms of Drama

Atreus' Indecision in Seneca's Thyestes Isabella Reinhardt

93.3

Forms of Drama

Seneca Tragicus?: Comic Elements in Seneca’s Troades Andrew R. Lund

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Forms of Drama

Sosia, the Cook (?) Sander M. Goldberg

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Forms of Drama

The Identity of Catullus the Mimographer John D. Morgan

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