152nd Annual Meeting Abstracts

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8.1

Greek and Latin Linguistics

The Syntax-Morphology Interface in Ancient Greek: The Syntactical Properties of Morphemes Nadav Asraf

8.2

Greek and Latin Linguistics

A Derivational History of κρίμνημι/κρήμνημι 'Hang (Something) Up' and Associated Forms Julia Sturm

8.3

Greek and Latin Linguistics

Doric Zeus is the Rising Sun: Accentuation, Morphology and Proto-Indo-European Root *telh2- Domenico Muscianisi

8.4

Greek and Latin Linguistics

The Etymology of Latin lībra Michael Weiss

25.1

Plato

Framing Socrates: The Euthyphro and the Phaedo as Literary Context for the Apology Ethan Schwartz

25.5

Plato

“Telling Old Wives’ Tales” with Thrasymachus: Proverbs and the Attempt to “Go Viral” with Definitions of Justice in Plato’s Republic John Roger Tennant

25.2

Plato

Plato's "Crito" and the Democratic Ideology of Courage Joseph Gerbasi

25.3

Plato

Persuasion vs. Instruction: Protagoras’ Inability to Teach Virtue in Plato Audrey E Wallace

25.4

Plato

The Midwifing Function of the Theaetetus’ Midwifery Digression Brian A. Apicella

21.5

Reception

"The Hydra-Headed Monster of Race-Prejudice": Classics and the Chicago Race Riots Justine McConnell

21.3

Reception

Caesar, Vercingetorix, and National Identity in 19th Century France Marsha McCoy

21.2

Reception

Cato Among the Feminists: 18th Century Female Writers on Cato the Younger Thomas E. Strunk

21.1

Reception

Neo-Latin in the New World: A Case Study in Student Ambition (and Failure) Theodore R. Delwiche

21.4

Reception

Pilgrimages to Lesbos: Reflections of Sappho and Female Homoeroticism in Three Greek Novels of the late 1920s Christopher L Jotischky

64.2

Ovid

Metaformalism, or Setting a Baseline for Detecting Anagrammatic Play in Ovid’s Metamorphoses Patrick J. Burns

64.3

Ovid

Latona and the Frogs: Ovid’s Hydraulic Politics Cynthia Jordan Bannon

64.1

Ovid

Ovid’s Council of the Gods (Met. I) and Jupiter’s Tribunicia Potestas Francis Newton

64.5

Ovid

Re-Presenting Woman: Pandora in Ovid’s Metamorphoses Alicia Matz

64.4

Ovid

Visualizing Voice in the Story of Echo and Narcissus Mariapia Pietropaolo

64.6

Ovid

Overflowing Bodies and A Pandora of Ivory Catalina Popescu

77.3

Greek Historiography

Athens and Herodotus’s Plataea: Audience and Performance in Histories 8.133-9.70 Ian Oliver

77.1

Greek Historiography

Herodotus on the Origins of Language Rachel Wong

77.4

Greek Historiography

Learning from Experience: Failure and Success in Xenophon’s Cyropaedia Matthew Sherry

77.6

Greek Historiography

Strabo’s Roman World: Imperial Centers and Cultural Memory Maxwell R Dietrich

77.2

Greek Historiography

Ring Composition and Narrative Consequence in the Story of Rhampsinitus and the Thief (Hdt. 2.121) Jasmine A. Akiyama-Kim

77.5

Greek Historiography

Contractualism and Community: Xenophon’s Anabasis in its Sophistic Context Alex Lee

5.1

Greek History

The Economic Logic of Fines in Gortyn Becky Kahane

5.6

Greek History

Eumenes II's Appeals to Rome: Not So Appealing After All Gregory J. Callaghan

5.4

Greek History

Growing an Empire: Classical Macedonian Expansionism and its Early Hellenistic Legacy Talia Prussin

5.3

Greek History

The Shape of Anchisteia: Proximity and Care in Demosthenes 43, Against Macartatus Hilary Lehmann

5.5

Greek History

The Ithyphallic Hymn for Demetrius Poliorcetes: Panegyric, Resistance and Attic Tradition Thomas J. Nelson

5.2

Greek History

The Quantum of Evidence in the Athenian Popular Courts Stephen James Hughes

78.3

New Approaches

Gaming the Classroom: Assassin's Creed Odyssey as a Learning Tool for First Year Undergraduates Debra Ann Trusty

78.2

New Approaches

Semantic Intertextual Search with Latin Word-Embedding Models Joseph P. Dexter and Pramit Chaudhuri

78.1

New Approaches

A Computational Model of Genre Allyn Waller

1.2

Merchants and Markets in Late Antiquity

Emporium Aegyptium: Egypt as a Global Marketplace Irene Soto Marín

1.3

Merchants and Markets in Late Antiquity

Aediles and Agoranomoi in Late Antiquity: Imperial Policy and the Decline of Marketplace Oversight Kevin Woram

1.4

Merchants and Markets in Late Antiquity

Ecclesiastical Participation in Cypriot Economies: An Archaeological Perspective Catherine Keane

2.5

Language

Green Classics: The Benefits of Accurately Translating Columella David A. Wallace-Hare

2.1

Language

“Godlike Askanios, from Faraway Askania”, or the Anatolian Connection of an Eponymous Hero Milena Anfosso

2.3

Language

‘Style is the Woman Herself:’ Gendering Verbal Art in Cicero and Dionysius of Halicarnassus Alyson L Melzer

2.2

Language

Prohibition Types in Ancient Greek: A Comparative Approach Ian Benjamin Hollenbaugh

2.4

Language

Roman Women’s Useful Knowledge: Historical Examples in Women’s Speech in Dionysius of Halicarnassus Eva Carrara

2.6

Language

Maximus Planudes’ (Domesticating?) Translation of Ovid’s Heroides 7 Maria Kovalchuk

3.1

Classics In/Out of Asia

Understanding Ângela: Gender and Ancient Mediterranean Slavery in Early Modern China Stuart McManus

3.2

Classics In/Out of Asia

Race, Gender, Antiquity: Reflecting on Asian Femininity in Yayoi Kusama’s Narcissus Garden Patricia Kim

3.3

Classics In/Out of Asia

Classical Architecture and the Kaiping Diaolou: Diasporic Identity in Late Qing and Early Republican Guangdong, China Helen Wong

3.4

Classics In/Out of Asia

Homer at Home: Classics, the Cultural Revolution, and the Construction of Identity Dora Gao

3.5

Classics In/Out of Asia

Parthénos or Apárthenos? Girls’ Piety and Sex in Greek New Comedy and South Asian Popular Cinema Arti Mehta

4.1

New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia

Satyr Play in Plato’s Statesman: Socrates, Athens, and the Apologetic Purpose of Plato’s Trilogy Dimitri El Murr

4.2

New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia

Voting for the Guardians: Election, Lottery, and Moderated Democracy in Plato’s Laws Jeremy Reid

4.3

New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia

Democracy, Tyranny, and Shamelessness in Plato Cinzia Arruzza

4.4

New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia

Plato’s Neglected Critiques of Athens in Republic VIII: Democratic Dimensions of the Cities Nurturing the Timocratic, Oligarchic, and Democratic Youths Melissa S. Lane

4.5

New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia

Plato on the Origins of Freedom Fetishism in Athens René de Nicolay

6.1

New Approaches to Spectatorship

Is Oedipus Ugly? Deliberative Spectatorship at Colonus Alexander C. Duncan

6.2

New Approaches to Spectatorship

Performing ‘Deep Intersubjectivity’: Spectatorship in Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazusae Anne-Sophie Justine Noel

6.3

New Approaches to Spectatorship

Sharing Spectatorship with the Divine: Watching as Worship at the Ludi Megalenses Krishni Burns

7.1

The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World

Plutarch’s Politicians and the People: The Politics of Honour in Pericles, Cimon and the Greek Cities of the Roman Empire Thierry Oppeneer

7.3

The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World

Theoretical Models of Rulership in Roman and Early Byzantine Panegyrics Sviatoslav Dmitriev

7.5

The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World

Emotional Intelligence and Leadership: Hannibal and Scipio Regina Loehr

7.2

The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World

Following Diogenes: Cynic Leadership in Plutarch and Beyond Inger Kuin

7.4

The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World

Plutarch’s Protean Tyrant Marcaline Boyd

9.3

Law and Society in Late Antiquity

Corpulent Conquerors: The Ethnography of Vandal Decadence in Sidonius and Procopius Timothy Campbell Hart

9.6

Law and Society in Late Antiquity

Law Jokes in the Late Roman Empire Ryan Pilipow

9.5

Law and Society in Late Antiquity

Disinheriting Heresy: Eunomians and the Roman Law of Inheritance Carl R Rice

9.2

Law and Society in Late Antiquity

Migration, Mobility, and Fiscality: Considering Collegia as Mechanisms for Integration of Migrant Craftsmen in the Late-Antique West John Fabiano

9.4

Law and Society in Late Antiquity

Constantine's Legislation on Marriage Antonello Mastronardi

9.1

Law and Society in Late Antiquity

Bureaucrats, Corruption, and the Familia: The Peculium Quasi Castrense in the Later Roman Empire Jonathan H. Warner

10.4

Roman Comedy

The Funny Smell(s) of Latin Comedy Hans Bork

10.3

Roman Comedy

Plautinopolis in the Forum: Site-Specificity and Immersive Theater in Plautus’ Curculio Rachel Mazzara

10.1

Roman Comedy

"Ut Ego Unguibus Facile Illi in Oculos Involem Venefico!" Pythias and Sight as Power in Terence’s Eunuchus Sarah Brucia Breitenfeld

10.5

Roman Comedy

The Reception of Phormio in the Carolingian Terence Miniatures Justin S Dwyer

10.2

Roman Comedy

Filii Gemini Duo: Brotherhood in Plautus' Menaechmi Thomas A Wilson

11.2

Flavian Epic

Statius’ Thebaid and Greek Prose: Reimagining Intertextuality in the Early Empire Thomas J Bolt

11.4

Flavian Epic

Sicilian Strife in Silius Italicus' Punica Julia Mebane

11.3

Flavian Epic

The Volcanic Poetics of Statius’ Thebaid Kenneth Draper

11.1

Flavian Epic

Repetition Blindness. The Cyzicus Episode in Valerius Flaccus's Argonautica Diana Librandi

12.1

Ancient Scholarship

Homer’s Mimetic Poetics in the Iliad's Exegetical Scholia Bill Beck

12.3

Ancient Scholarship

Poem Division in the Theognidea Alexander Karsten

12.5

Ancient Scholarship

Greek Mathematical Poetry Laura E. Winters

12.2

Ancient Scholarship

The Role of the Vita Sophoclis in Shaping Sophocles’s Ancient Reception Clinton Douglas Kinkade

12.6

Ancient Scholarship

Poetics and Tradition in Terentianus Maurus (the Best Latin Poet You’re not Reading) Tom Keeline

12.4

Ancient Scholarship

Poets Eat Free: State Dinners, Symbolic Capital, and Distinction in Ptolemaic Alexandria Brett Evans

13.2

Ancient Theater in Chicagoland

The Education of a Cosmopolitan City: Immigrant Theater and the Ajax at Hull House. Caitlin Miller

13.3

Ancient Theater in Chicagoland

Oresteia in Chicago April Cleveland

13.4

Ancient Theater in Chicagoland

Xtigone and Chi-Raq: Two Classical Takes on Gun Violence in Chicago Megan Wilson

14.5

On Being Calmly Wrong: Learning from Teaching Mistakes

Yearning for Simplicity in a (Pedagogical) Complex World Bret Mulligan

14.6

On Being Calmly Wrong: Learning from Teaching Mistakes

Adventures in Group Work in the Classics Classroom Theodora Kopestonsky

14.7

On Being Calmly Wrong: Learning from Teaching Mistakes

How Dissertation Advising Has Made Me a Better Teacher Jennifer Trimble

14.2

On Being Calmly Wrong: Learning from Teaching Mistakes

Student Engagement: A Lesson in Mindfulness Arum Park

14.3

On Being Calmly Wrong: Learning from Teaching Mistakes

My Mistake: Twenty-Five Years a Captive Mary Ann Eaverly

14.4

On Being Calmly Wrong: Learning from Teaching Mistakes

Adjusting Assumptions and Reevaluating Opportunities for Students Ryan Fowler

16.1

Virgil and Religion

Lucretian Pietas in Vergil’s Aeneid Jason Nethercut

16.2

Virgil and Religion

Closing Ceremonies: Iliad 24 and Aeneid 12 Christine Perkell

16.3

Virgil and Religion

Vergil’s Bacchae: Dido and Amata Katherine M. Handloser

16.4

Virgil and Religion

Virgil’s Fama and the Merkabah: Potential Semitic Sources for Personified Divine Rumor Angela Zielinski Kinney

16.5

Virgil and Religion

Juno and Venus at Carthage and Eryx Joseph Farrell

17.2

Usurpers Rivals and Regime Change: The Evidence of Coins

Eleian Zeus: Political Change in the Fifth-Century Eleian Coinage Stefano Frullini

17.3

Usurpers Rivals and Regime Change: The Evidence of Coins

The Bid for Rome: From Galba’s Failure to Vespasian’s Success Sarah E. Cox

17.4

Usurpers Rivals and Regime Change: The Evidence of Coins

The Shadow of Commodus on Pertinax’s Coinage Nathaniel Katz

17.5

Usurpers Rivals and Regime Change: The Evidence of Coins

“Carausius – A Usurper’s Coinage on the Edge of Empire” Sam Moorhead

18.2

Vesuvius: Texts Objects and Images

Critics at Play: The Rearrangement and Rewriting of Verse in Philodemus’ On Poems Richard Janko

18.3

Vesuvius: Texts Objects and Images

Slicing and Dicing the Prosciutto Sundial from Herculaneum Christopher Parslow

18.4

Vesuvius: Texts Objects and Images

Spectacle and Society: The Tablinum’s Imagery in the Houses of Pompeii and Herculaneum Ambra Spinelli

18.5

Vesuvius: Texts Objects and Images

Epicurus and the Kriterion: New Evidence from Metrodorus, Opus Incertum Michael McOsker

18.6

Vesuvius: Texts Objects and Images

The Appiades of Stephanos in Herculaneum and Rome: A New Identification of the Bronze ‘Dancers’ from the Villa dei Papiri Kenneth Lapatin

19.1

Lightning Session 1: History and Literature

Population Density and Disease in Greek Medical Theory and Practice: Early Social Distancing? Katherine D. van Schaik

19.2

Lightning Session 1: History and Literature

Living with the Specter of Disease: Seneca on Asthma and Respiratory Distress James L Zainaldin

19.3

Lightning Session 1: History and Literature

Spuere and Aesthetic Taste in Latin Poetry Rebecca Moorman

19.4

Lightning Session 1: History and Literature

A Pentameter Acrostic in Ovid's Ibis Keyne Cheshire

19.5

Lightning Session 1: History and Literature

The (Ptolemaic) Queen’s Speech: “More Effective Than a Million Soldiers” Jordan Clare Johansen

20.1

Believing Ancient Women: A Feminist Epistemology for Greece and Rome

Gendering Knowledge and Experience in Prometheus Bound Mary Hamil Gilbert

20.2

Believing Ancient Women: A Feminist Epistemology for Greece and Rome

Bodies of Knowledge: Women’s Reproductive Expertise in Plato Edith G. Nally

20.3

Believing Ancient Women: A Feminist Epistemology for Greece and Rome

Women’s Complaints about Violence at Athens: Zobia and Aristogeiton Fiona McHardy

20.4

Believing Ancient Women: A Feminist Epistemology for Greece and Rome

Plautus’ Truculentus and Terence’s Hecyra: Patriarchal Authority and Women’s Truth Serena S. Witzke

20.5

Believing Ancient Women: A Feminist Epistemology for Greece and Rome

Blaming Ovid’s Leucothoe: The Role of Rape Myths in a Mythological Rape Megan Elena Bowen

20.6

Believing Ancient Women: A Feminist Epistemology for Greece and Rome

“Grey” Rape on the Silver Screen: Rape & Questionable Consent in Mass Media about the Ancient World Anise K. Strong

22.3

Neronian Literature

Sed mihi iam Numen: Poetry and Inspiration in Lucan’s Pharsalia Caolán Mac An Aircinn

22.1

Neronian Literature

Persius, Nero, and the Midas(s)es of Rome Konstantinos Karathanasis

22.4

Neronian Literature

Drugs, Immunity, and Body Politics in the Age of Nero James Uden

22.2

Neronian Literature

Autophagy in Seneca’s Oeuvre Ursula M. Poole

24.1

Lightning Session 2: Crossing Boundaries

So, You Want to Write a Game for the Reacting to the Past Curriculum? Some Pointers Martha J. Payne

24.5

Lightning Session 2: Crossing Boundaries

The Value of Literary Translation as Scholarly Activity: Lessons from and as a translator Jamie Banks

24.2

Lightning Session 2: Crossing Boundaries

Imposter Syndrome In the Field of Classics Sneha Ravi

24.4

Lightning Session 2: Crossing Boundaries

Against Smooth Breathing Marks Anthony Vivian

24.3

Lightning Session 2: Crossing Boundaries

Designing a STEM-Friendly Classics Curriculum Clifford A. Robinson

26.1

The Powers and Perils of Solitude in Greek Literature

Stay at Home: Impossible Isolation in Homer Justin Arft

26.2

The Powers and Perils of Solitude in Greek Literature

Being Human, Being Alone: Isolation and Heroic Exceptionality in the Odyssey Joel Christensen

26.3

The Powers and Perils of Solitude in Greek Literature

The Power of Odysseus’ Nostalgia Alex Loney

26.4

The Powers and Perils of Solitude in Greek Literature

Loneliness as Openness: The Concept of Eremia in Pindar’s Mythical Adoptions Rebekah Spearman

26.5

The Powers and Perils of Solitude in Greek Literature

The Kleos of Solitude in Sophocles’ Philoctetes Emily Austin

27.5

Education

A Child’s Game and Sensory Perception in Minucius Felix’s Octavius Christopher S. van den Berg

27.4

Education

Defining Academic Space: How Second Sophistic Authors Appropriate the Chair (Thronos) Sinja Küppers

27.2

Education

Manifestum est non Naturam Defecisse sed Curam: Education and Identity in the Flavian Period Samantha Breecher

27.3

Education

Aequitas in Quintilian and the Minor Declamations Nikola Golubovic

27.6

Education

Teaching Physics in Late Antiquity Stevie Hull

27.1

Education

Sceptical Education in the Hellenistic Academy Peter Osorio

28.1

Subverting the Classics in the Early Modern Americas

Subverting the Spanish Conquest: Race, Amazons, and the Search for California Walter Penrose

28.2

Subverting the Classics in the Early Modern Americas

Las Casas and the Classics Chloe Lowetz

28.3

Subverting the Classics in the Early Modern Americas

Slavery, Subjugation, and Empire in Cortés Totoquihuatzin’s Latin Epistle to Charles V John Izzo

28.4

Subverting the Classics in the Early Modern Americas

Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá’s Historia de la Nueva México: Virgilian Epic in New Spain and the Ends of Humanism Joseph Ortiz

29.2

Greek Comedy

Wings or Armor? Costume, Metaphor, and the Limits of Utopia in Aristophanes' Birds Pavlos Sfyroeras

29.5

Greek Comedy

Exposing the Secrets of the Moon in Aristophanes’ Clouds and Lucian’s Icaromenippus Jenni Glaser

29.3

Greek Comedy

“Whence This Man-Woman?”: A Parody of Aeschylean Satyr Play in Aristophanes’ Thesmophoriazusae Amy S. Lewis

29.1

Greek Comedy

Mimesis as Metamorphosis in Aristophanes' Acharnians Zachary P Borst

30.1

Philosophical Thought and Language

Reconsidering Allegoresis and Poetics in the Derveni Papyrus Matthieu Réal

30.4

Philosophical Thought and Language

Constructing Epistemic Authority in Porphyry's "Commentary on Ptolemy's Harmonics" Matteo Milesi

30.3

Philosophical Thought and Language

Aristotle on his Predecessors: A New Reading in Metaphysics A 10 Mirjam Engert Kotwick

30.2

Philosophical Thought and Language

The Alleged Fallacy in Nicomachean Ethics I.2 Takashi Oki

30.5

Philosophical Thought and Language

The Mens and the Mentula: A Philosophical Reading of Maximianus’ Hymn to the Penis Grace Funsten

30.6

Philosophical Thought and Language

On Nietzsche's 'Philology as Ephexis in Interpretation' Leon Wash

31.4

Breaking the Paradigm: Greek Poetry in the Roman Empire

Debating Parental Love in Oppian’s Halieutica Sean McGrath

31.1

Breaking the Paradigm: Greek Poetry in the Roman Empire

The Empire Sings Back: Greek Music and Musicians Under Rome Francesca Modini

31.2

Breaking the Paradigm: Greek Poetry in the Roman Empire

Paianic Revival in the Roman Empire Hanna Golab

31.3

Breaking the Paradigm: Greek Poetry in the Roman Empire

Women's Poetic Voices in the Roman Empire Mali Skotheim

32.1

Ovid and the Constructed Visual Environment

Viewing and Reading the Heroides in the House of Jason in Pompeii Herica Valladares

32.2

Ovid and the Constructed Visual Environment

Arachne’s Tapestry and the Metaphors of Ecphrasis Albert Bates

32.3

Ovid and the Constructed Visual Environment

Locus Suspectus: Landscape and the Uncanny in Ovid’s Metamorphoses Miriam Kamil

32.4

Ovid and the Constructed Visual Environment

Ovid’s Phaethon and Failed Cosmic Vision Ashley Simone

32.5

Ovid and the Constructed Visual Environment

Materiam Superabat Opus? Raw Materiality in Ovid’s Phaethon Episode (Met. 2.1-366) Del A. Maticic

33.2

Recent Work in Digital Classics

How to Read with Hypertext: Building and Using New Alexandria Charles Pletcher

33.3

Recent Work in Digital Classics

An Unsupervised Hierarchical Language Model of Ancient Greek Syntax Sophia Sklaviadis

33.4

Recent Work in Digital Classics

A Metrical Search Tool for Greek and Latin Poetry Michael Tueller

33.5

Recent Work in Digital Classics

Linguae Vitae: Latin in Virtual Reality Lissa Crofton-Sleigh

33.6

Recent Work in Digital Classics

Serpentarium Mundi: A New Digital Resource for Iconography Researchers Alexei Alexeev

34.1

Inscriptions and Literacy

The Rhythm of Routine: Rhythmical Regularization in Archaic Inscriptions Ronald Blankenborg

34.2

Inscriptions and Literacy

Painting Words, Writing Images: "Alternative" Literacies in Early Greece and Etruria Elisa Scholz

34.3

Inscriptions and Literacy

Readers, Viewers, and Inscriptions in Athens in 200 B.C. Julia Shear

34.4

Inscriptions and Literacy

Sulpicia’s Ashes: Gender, Literacy, and Inscription(s) Stephanie Frampton

34.5

Inscriptions and Literacy

Female Participation in Epigraphic Culture: A Revision of the Received Tradition Peter Keegan

34.6

Inscriptions and Literacy

Reading Between the Lines: The Role of Visual Cues in Documents from the ‘Archive Wall’ at Aphrodisias Abigail Graham

35.2

New Institutionalism and Greek Communities

From Practice to Rule: Studying Atimia from a New Institutionalist Perspective Linda Rocchi

35.3

New Institutionalism and Greek Communities

A Place for Justice in the Assembly? Pursuing Self-Interest and Helping the Wronged in Athenian International Relations Matteo Barbato

35.4

New Institutionalism and Greek Communities

New Institutionalism and Sole Ruler Legitimization Sam Ellis

35.5

New Institutionalism and Greek Communities

A New Institutionalist Approach to Athenian Deliberation: The Case of the Boulē Alberto Esu

35.6

New Institutionalism and Greek Communities

“Another’s Justice”: A New Institutionalist Approach to the Rise of Foreign Judges in the Hellenistic World Matt Simonton

35.7

New Institutionalism and Greek Communities

New Institutionalism and Federal Structures in Ancient Greece: the Case of the Boeotian Territorial Network Christel Müller

38.3

Natural History and Pliny's Natural History

Translation as Conquest: Mago, Mithridates, and the Origins of Roman Science in Pliny’s Natural History Alexandra Schultz

38.2

Natural History and Pliny's Natural History

A Roman Anthropocene? The End of Nature in Pliny HN 36.1–3 James Taylor

38.4

Natural History and Pliny's Natural History

Imagine Seres in Early Imperial Rome: A Reading of Plin. Nat. 6.53-54 and 12.84 Yanxiao He

38.5

Natural History and Pliny's Natural History

Surpassing Giants: Human Labor as Spectacle in Pliny’s Natural History Molly M Schaub

38.1

Natural History and Pliny's Natural History

Animality, Humanity and the Species Grid in Roman Literature Colin MacCormack

39.6

Early Greek Poetry

Chew Before You Swallow: Demeter’s Consumption of Pelops in Pindar and Lycophron Christopher L Gipson

39.1

Early Greek Poetry

Egyptian “Tales of Wonder” from the Westcar Papyrus (P. Berlin 3033) and the Birth of Apollo Leanna Boychenko

39.4

Early Greek Poetry

All Hands on Deck: Complementary Nautical Metaphors in Pindar and Bacchylides Joshua A Zacks

39.2

Early Greek Poetry

Sappho’s Choral “I” Amy N Hendricks

39.5

Early Greek Poetry

Which Path Will You Follow? Homer’s Universe and Pindar’s Afterlife George Alexander Gazis

39.3

Early Greek Poetry

Menelaus as Embedded Poetic Figure in Bacchylides 15 Caitlin H Fennerty

40.1

Roman Anticipations: Material Cognitive and Affective Histories of the Roman Future

Roman Futures between Farmer and Empire Astrid Van Oyen

40.2

Roman Anticipations: Material Cognitive and Affective Histories of the Roman Future

The Farmer and the Faenerator: Anticipation and Affect in Horace Epode 2 Duncan MacRae

40.3

Roman Anticipations: Material Cognitive and Affective Histories of the Roman Future

Storing Goods, Keeping Time Caroline Cheung

40.4

Roman Anticipations: Material Cognitive and Affective Histories of the Roman Future

Anticipation and Analogy in Soranus’ Gynecology Anna Bonnell Freidin

41.1

Learning the Rules: Games and Education in the Ancient World

It’s Never Just a Game: The Skolion Game and the Agonistic Symposiastic Self Amy Pistone

41.2

Learning the Rules: Games and Education in the Ancient World

Playing at King: Hdt. Hist. 1.114.-16 and the Mythologizing of Children’s Play William Duffy

41.3

Learning the Rules: Games and Education in the Ancient World

Rattle & Hum: Destructive Play & State Education in Classical Greek Political Theory Brett Rogers

41.4

Learning the Rules: Games and Education in the Ancient World

Teach Your Children Well: Games, Education, and Legislation in Antiquity Chris Dobbs

41.5

Learning the Rules: Games and Education in the Ancient World

Check Your Mate: Ovid, the Game of Love, and Learning to Be a Man Del Chrol

41.1

Legalize It: Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Law

Ancient Laws, Modern Prejudices: Athenian Laws Related to Male Prostitution Kostas Kapparis

42.2

Legalize It: Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Law

A Case of Cross-Dressing and Rape in Terrence's Eunuchus Cassandra Tran

42.3

Legalize It: Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Law

Elegize it: Ovid’s Heroides, Augustan legislation and the ‘Law of the Mothers’ Simona Martorana

42.4

Legalize It: Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Law

Crimes Against Fate: Crossdressing, Parody, and Law in Minor Declamations 282 and Statius' Achilleid Niek Janssen

42.5

Legalize It: Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Law

Reading and Contextualizing Aselgeia in Tenth-Century Byzantine Law Mark Masterson

43.6

Augustan Poetry

Ovid and the Ara Pacis John F Miller

43.5

Augustan Poetry

“Amor is a God of Peace”: Propertius 3.5 and the Algiers Relief Andrew C Ficklin

43.1

Augustan Poetry

Certissima Signa: Marking Land and Text at the Edges of Georgic One Frances Bernstein

43.2

Augustan Poetry

Pirates and Pietas: Sextus Pompey and the Ship Race in Aeneid 5 Elizabeth M Heintges

43.3

Augustan Poetry

Filial Piety and Menoetes' Fall in Aeneid 5 Hannah Sorscher

43.4

Augustan Poetry

Public Poetics: Propertius, Augustus, and Contested Narratives in 2.1 Morgan King

44.2

Roman History

Taxing Status in the Republic? Re-evaluating the Origins of the Summa Honoraria Drew A. Davis

44.1

Roman History

Roman Magistrates and the Finance of Ludi in the Mid-Republic James Alexander Macksoud

44.3

Roman History

Ecological Diversity and Italian Unity: Imagining Tota Italia in the Central Apennines Bryn E Ford

44.5

Roman History

Prefect Balance: The Shifting Roles of the Praetorian Prefect Stuart McCunn

44.4

Roman History

Mobilising Inequalities: Income Inequality as an Incentive in Rural-Urban Migration Thomas A. Leibundgut

45.1

Myth and History

The Cosmological Significance of the Wedding of Zas and Chthoniè in Pherecydes of Syros, as a Response to Hesiod Xavier Gheerbrant

45.2

Myth and History

Eumelos of Corinth and the Founding of the Isthmian Games John J. Haberstroh

45.4

Myth and History

Networks of Ethnicity in Greek Mythic Genealogies Benjamin Winnick

45.3

Myth and History

οὐ κατ᾽ ἀνδραγαθίην σχὼν ἀλλὰ κατὰ γένος: Spartan Kingship, Generational Power, and the Agōgē Luke Madson

46.2

Indigenous Voices and Classical Literature

Lost Voices and the Politics of Language: Classical Literature in Irish Isabelle Torrance

46.3

Indigenous Voices and Classical Literature

Latin and the Creation of a Usable Past in Colonial Nyasaland Emily Greenwood

46.4

Indigenous Voices and Classical Literature

Boundary Crossings: the Creation of Modern Theater in Post-Colonial Ghana Sarah Nooter

46.5

Indigenous Voices and Classical Literature

Medea's Ghosts: Cherríe Moraga and Euripides on the Body's Tragedies Nancy Worman

47.4

Culture and Society in Greek Roman and Byzantine Egypt

Epic Poetry in Egypt: The Forgotten Epyllium Telephi Martina Delucchi

47.5

Culture and Society in Greek Roman and Byzantine Egypt

Scribes and Grammarians in Roman Egypt Michael Freeman

47.6

Culture and Society in Greek Roman and Byzantine Egypt

Binnenwanderung Revisited: Local Migration in the Roman Arsinoite Alejandro Quintana

47.7

Culture and Society in Greek Roman and Byzantine Egypt

“Anything Illicit:” Censorship and Book-Burning in Roman Egypt Susan Rahyab

47.2

Culture and Society in Greek Roman and Byzantine Egypt

A Study on Composition and Reception: ἄλλο προοίμιον of Plato’s Theaetetus (PBerol inv. 9782) Marta Antola

47.3

Culture and Society in Greek Roman and Byzantine Egypt

The Funeral Stele of Heliodora Roger Bagnall, Cathy Calloway, and Alexander Jones

48.5

Emotions and the Body in Greco-Roman Medicine

Using Literary Eremetic Space to Prevent Emotional Distress in Galen’s De Indolentia Molly Mata

48.1

Emotions and the Body in Greco-Roman Medicine

Galen on "Natural" Personalities, Intractable Souls and Bodily Mixtures Ralph Rosen

48.2

Emotions and the Body in Greco-Roman Medicine

Beneath the Skin: Investigating Cutaneous Conditions as Somatisations of Gendered Emotions Chiara Blanco

48.3

Emotions and the Body in Greco-Roman Medicine

Mind-Body Balance and Sexual Regimen in Antiquity Brent Arehart

48.4

Emotions and the Body in Greco-Roman Medicine

The Emotions as Causes in Galen Andrew Mayo

49.5

Laughing with the Gods: Religion in Greek and Roman Satire Comedy Epigram and other Comedic Genres

“O Bearded Hermes, what’s up with your prick?” – Gods, Erection, and Philosophy in Callimachus’ Iambi Ekatarina But

49.2

Laughing with the Gods: Religion in Greek and Roman Satire Comedy Epigram and other Comedic Genres

Dionysian Theology and Anthropology: Animal Sacrifice in Greek Comedy Bartek Bednarek

49.3

Laughing with the Gods: Religion in Greek and Roman Satire Comedy Epigram and other Comedic Genres

Heracles’ Inheritance and Other Paradoxes: Aristophanes on Euripides and the Anthropomorphism of the Gods Avi Kapach

49.4

Laughing with the Gods: Religion in Greek and Roman Satire Comedy Epigram and other Comedic Genres

Scapegoats and Slapstick: Laughing with Expulsion in Aristophanes’ Acharnians Brian Credo

51.2

Latin Literature and the Environmental Humanities: Challenges and Perspectives

The Philosophy of Compost (Lucretius, De Rerum Natura 1.146-264) Mark D. Usher

51.3

Latin Literature and the Environmental Humanities: Challenges and Perspectives

Shared Suffering and Cyclic Destruction: Failures of Environmental Control in the Aeneid Aaron M. Seider

51.4

Latin Literature and the Environmental Humanities: Challenges and Perspectives

Chaos(mos): A Posthuman Ecocritical Reading of Natura in Seneca’s Thyestes Simona Martorana

51.5

Latin Literature and the Environmental Humanities: Challenges and Perspectives

Erictho and Ecofeminism in Lucan’s Bellum Civile Laura Zientek

51.6

Latin Literature and the Environmental Humanities: Challenges and Perspectives

The Poetry of Plumbing: Roman Hydraulics as Cultural Icons Bridget Langley

52.2

COVID-19 and the Future of Classics Graduate Study

More than Brains in Jars: A Graduate Perspective on the Future of Classics Graduate Studies Alicia Matz

52.3

COVID-19 and the Future of Classics Graduate Study

Digital Teaching and COVID-19 Hannah Čulík-Baird

52.4

COVID-19 and the Future of Classics Graduate Study

The Latin Pedagogy You Didn’t Learn in Grad School Thomas Hendrickson

52.5

COVID-19 and the Future of Classics Graduate Study

Professionalization and Preparation for Graduate Students Amy Pistone

52.6

COVID-19 and the Future of Classics Graduate Study

Building Outward Bridges Nandini Pandey

53.1

Eta Sigma Phi

Performance Markings in the Bankes Homer Thyra-Lilja Altunin

53.2

Eta Sigma Phi

Silence: A Versatile Tool Jacob Sorge

53.3

Eta Sigma Phi

Cicero’s Argument for Expediency in the Pro Murena Hope Langworthy

53.4

Eta Sigma Phi

A-Hunting We Will Go…Or No? Hunting and Warfare in the Aeneid Mary Clare Young

54.1

Lucian

Lucian's Philopseudeis as Metaliterary Satire Alessandra Migliara

54.3

Lucian

When You Have Something 'Else': Re-embodiment in Lucian's Dial. Meret. 5 Ky Merkley

54.2

Lucian

More than Idle Chatter: Powerful Bodies and Personal Agency in Lucian’s Dialogues of the Courtesans Suzanne Lye

54.4

Lucian

The Humor of Disgust: Attitudes toward galli in Lucian’s Onos and Apuleius’ Metamorphoses Ashley Kirsten Weed

55.5

Hidden Transcripts

Analyzing the Principate through Antithesis in Suetonius’ De Vita Caesarum Wesley J Hanson

55.1

Hidden Transcripts

The “Hidden Transcript” of the Laureolus-Mime Anne E Duncan

55.3

Hidden Transcripts

The Student’s Cicero: Rhetoric and Politics in Pliny, Epistulae 1.20 Konrad Charles Weeda

55.4

Hidden Transcripts

Agamemnon Princeps: Quoting Homer in Suetonius’ Caesars Keating P.J. McKeon

55.2

Hidden Transcripts

Josephus' Menorah and Readers of History Danielle J Perry

56.2

Triumviral Literature

Descending Doubles in Horace, Satires II Andrew Horne

56.4

Triumviral Literature

Pastoral Triumphalism and the Golden Age in Eclogue 4 Vergil Parson

56.3

Triumviral Literature

Civil War Pollution in the Epodes and Odes of Horace Jovan Cvjetičanin

56.1

Triumviral Literature

Horace’s Stylistic Responsion and an "Iambic" Conceit in Epodes 1 Samuel D Beckelhymer

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Hands-on Digital Archaeology in the Classroom Natalie M. Sussman

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Printing the Past: A Hands-on Workshop for STEP Students Integrating Classical Studies with 3D-Printing Technology Angela Commito and Sean Tennant

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Developing ToposText: Mapping the Past, the Present, and a Digital Project Brady Kiesling

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Trapezites: an Ancient Currency Conversion Website Giuseppe Carlo Castellano

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

The Digital Archaeology Toolkit Rachel Starry

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

The Virtual Garden: Didactic Reconstruction and Extended Experientiality in the Villa of Livia Frescoes David Massey, Matthew Brennan, and Nicholas Plank

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Digital Survey and Mapping with Google Earth: Land Transport of Quarried Stone for Temple Construction at Selinunte, Sicily in the Archaic and Classical Periods Andrea Samz-Pustol

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Mapping Victory Networks in the Ancient World Molly Kuchler

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Shedding Light and Spilling Oil: Forgery Identification and Provenance Determination of Ceramic Artifacts through the Case Study of the CLARC Collection Oil Lamps Savannah Bishop

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Reconstructing Cultural Transmission and Evolution through Genetic Models Anne-Catherine Schaaf, Augusta Holyfield, Natalie DiMattia, Luke Giuntoli, and Sophia Sarro

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

From Digging to Digital: Preserving and Displaying the Past Ivo van der Graaff and Otto Luna

57.0

Ancient MakerSpaces

Digital Epigraphy for the Blind Aaron Hershkowitz

58.1

Migrants and Membership in the Greek City-States

The Citizen Non-Citizen: Hellenistic Metics and Their Home Poleis (c. 400-31 BCE) Christian Ammitzbøll Thomsen

58.2

Migrants and Membership in the Greek City-States

Moving Material Culture – The ‘Social Capital’ of Migrants in Membership Regimes of the Hellenistic World Sabine Neumann

58.3

Migrants and Membership in the Greek City-States

The Migrant Body and State-Sanctioned Violence Paul Vadan

58.4

Migrants and Membership in the Greek City-States

Lost in Transit: Political Displacement in Euripides’ Electra Demetra Kasimis

59.1

Greco-Roman Antiquity and White Supremacy

Homeric Scholarship in the Alt-Right and its Anti-Globalising Agendas Blaz Zabel

59.2

Greco-Roman Antiquity and White Supremacy

The Modern Spartan Man: White Supremacy, Masculinity and Ancient Sparta Ricarda Meisl and Stephanie Savage

59.3

Greco-Roman Antiquity and White Supremacy

An Unpleasant Legacy — Tacitus and the Misogyny of White Supremacists Teresa Mocharitsch

59.4

Greco-Roman Antiquity and White Supremacy

The Birth of a Discipline: White Supremacy and Classics in Late Nineteenth-Century America Benjamin Howland and Sean Tandy

59.5

Greco-Roman Antiquity and White Supremacy

The Greeks and the ‘Rabble’: Popular Historiographies and Appropriations of Ancient Greece in Calabria, Italy Marco Benoît Carbone

60.5

Tacitus and the Incomplete

'Relating at the Appropriate Time': Tacitus’ Caligula Panayiotis Andreou Christoforou

60.6

Tacitus and the Incomplete

Broken Bodies and Severed Limbs: Tacitus’ Fragmentary Methodology Rachel Love

60.2

Tacitus and the Incomplete

Mind the Gap: Savile’s Bridge Between the End of Tacitus’ Annals and the Start of the Histories Rhiannon Ash

60.3

Tacitus and the Incomplete

Tacitus on the Destruction of the Temple Kelly Shannon-Henderson

60.4

Tacitus and the Incomplete

Tacitus' Titus Salvador Bartera

61.2

Think of the Children!

Nationalism and Imperialism in Futures Past: Classical Reception in Louisa Capper’s A Poetical History of England: Written for the Use of Young Ladies Educated at Rothbury-House School (1810) Kathryn H. Stutz

61.3

Think of the Children!

Puella est Pulchra: Misogyny, Slavery, and Modern Stereotypes in Latin Learning Resources Alison John

61.4

Think of the Children!

Changing the Story & Rejecting Female Gender Roles in King’s Quest 4 (1988) Natalie Swain

61.5

Think of the Children!

Post-Patriarchal Pandoras for Very Young Readers Rebecca Resinski

61.6

Think of the Children!

Persephone Reclaimed? Assessing Romantic Retellings of the Rape of Persephone Sierra Schiano

62.2

Hybrid Epicenters: Peripheral Adaptation in Flavian Literature

Italus Italus, or Genus Mixtum? Hybrid Roman Identities in Silvae 4.5 Clayton A Schroer

62.3

Hybrid Epicenters: Peripheral Adaptation in Flavian Literature

Inverting Empire: Amazons, Motherhood, and the Barren Future Jessica Blum-Sorensen

62.4

Hybrid Epicenters: Peripheral Adaptation in Flavian Literature

Between Life and Death: Hannibal at the Center of the Margins in Silius’ Punica 17 Angeliki Roumpou

62.5

Hybrid Epicenters: Peripheral Adaptation in Flavian Literature

Epic on the Margins: Valerius Flaccus’ “Ovidian” Argonautica Raymond Marks

62.6

Hybrid Epicenters: Peripheral Adaptation in Flavian Literature

Spanish Vistas in Martial, Epigrams 10 and 12 Alison Keith

63.2

The World of Neo-Latin: Epistolography

Epistolary Exemplarity: Cassandra Fedele to Beatrice of Aragon Quinn Griffin

63.3

The World of Neo-Latin: Epistolography

The Letters of Jacobus Trigland the Younger Justin Mansfield

63.4

The World of Neo-Latin: Epistolography

Classics and Heterodox Ideas in Celio Secondo Curione’s Prefatory Letters Olivia Montepaone

63.5

The World of Neo-Latin: Epistolography

Using the Bookshelves at Home: The Formation of the Letter-Writing of Margaretha van Godewijck in the Dutch Republic Aron Ouwerkerk

63.6

The World of Neo-Latin: Epistolography

Epistolae Familiares as Opportunity for Self-Fashioning: Humanist Letter-Writing Habits in Nicolaus Olahus’ Correspondence Emőke Rita Szilágyi

63.7

The World of Neo-Latin: Epistolography

Narrative Design in Marsilio Ficino’s Letter Collection, Book I Simon Smets

65.1

Greek Tragedy (1)

Visuality and Gender in Aeschylus’ Agamemnon Melissa Baroff

65.4

Greek Tragedy (1)

The Ethics of Aisthēsis: The Meaning of Embodied Experience in the Philoctetes Afroditi Angelopoulou

65.3

Greek Tragedy (1)

Reigns of Terror: The Accommodation and Orientation of Fear in Aeschylus’ Eumenides Xavier Jex Buxton

65.2

Greek Tragedy (1)

Master of the Hearth: Aegisthus’ Entrance in Aeschylus’ Agamemnon Ryan Masato Baldwin

66.5

Philosophy in a Roman Context

The Dark Mirror of Julia: Visuality, Prostitution, and the Principate in Seneca’s De beneficiis Mary McNulty

66.2

Philosophy in a Roman Context

Cicero and the Affinity Argument Matthew Watton

66.6

Philosophy in a Roman Context

Epictetus, Caesar, and the Animals: A Fable Kate Meng Brassel

66.1

Philosophy in a Roman Context

A Future for Old Age in Cicero’s "Cato Maior de Senectute" Andres Matlock

66.3

Philosophy in a Roman Context

Nihil Adfirma or Quaerite et Invenietis: Finding Common Ground between Cicero and Augustine Laurie A Wilson

66.4

Philosophy in a Roman Context

The Pleasures of Flattery and the Hermeneutics of Suspicion in Seneca’s Natural Questions Chiara Graf

67.3

Second Century CE Prose

Time Stood Still, and It Was Sublime (Proto-Gospel of James 18) Patrick Glauthier

67.1

Second Century CE Prose

A Purple Passage: Meta-interpretation and the Discovery of Tyrian Dye in Achilles Tatius Theodore Joseph MacDonald

67.4

Second Century CE Prose

“Not More This Than That”: Favorinus as Practical Pyrrhonist David H. Sick

67.2

Second Century CE Prose

Divine Vision and Sensory Paradox: Knowing the Body in Aelius Aristides’ "Hieroi Logoi" Calloway Scott

68.1

Difficult Topics in the Classroom

Teaching the “Political Animals” of Contemporary America: Addressing Real-Time Inequality and Exclusion in the Classroom Jessica Blum-Sorensen and Nathan Dennis

68.2

Difficult Topics in the Classroom

Thinking Classics, Talking Slavery Sophie Mills

68.3

Difficult Topics in the Classroom

Roman Enslavement and the Concealed Racist Rhetoric of Today’s Beginning Latin Textbooks Kelly Dugan

68.4

Difficult Topics in the Classroom

Recreating the Voice of the Gladiator for the Secondary Classroom Emma Vanderpool

68.5

Difficult Topics in the Classroom

Using Juvenal’s Satires to Examine Questions of Racism Ian Lockey

69.4

Between Myth and Materiality: The Origins of Rome 800-500 BCE

Feeding the Nascent City: Archaeobotanical and Zooarchaeological Evidence from Early Rome Victoria Carley Moses, Laura Motta, and Katherine Beydler

69.5

Between Myth and Materiality: The Origins of Rome 800-500 BCE

“Romulus’ Tomb” and the Archaic City of Rome Parrish Wright

69.6

Between Myth and Materiality: The Origins of Rome 800-500 BCE

Building Diversity in Early Rome John N. Hopkins

69.2

Between Myth and Materiality: The Origins of Rome 800-500 BCE

Memories of the King: Political Power, Placehood, and Performativity in Early Rome and Etruria Hilary W. Becker and Jeffery A. Becker

69.3

Between Myth and Materiality: The Origins of Rome 800-500 BCE

The Etruscan Spectacle of Fasces In Regal Rome: Some Unnoticed Implications T. Corey Brennan

70.2

Epigraphy and History

Managing Sanctuary Records: The Case of the Sanctuary of Apollo at Delos Michael McGlin

70.3

Epigraphy and History

Lesbian Dialect and the Roman élite: Julia Balbilla and Neos Theophanes Hugh J Mason

70.6

Epigraphy and History

Counting Victories or Years? The Curious Case of the Sinopean Victory List Chingyuan Wu

70.5

Epigraphy and History

Hadrian’s Birthday and the Athenian Month Hadrianion John D. Morgan

70.1

Epigraphy and History

A Golden Treaty for Philip V Brad L Cook

70.4

Epigraphy and History

Sebastoi in the Countryside: Praying for Imperial Success in Rural Bithynia Deborah Sokolowski

71.2

Seneca in the Renaissance

"Ridentem Dicere Verum Quid Vetat?" – Unmasking Seneca in François de La Rochefoucauld’s Maximes Stephanie Fan

71.3

Seneca in the Renaissance

Servilis vs. Puerilis: Seneca’s De Tranquillitate Animi Erin Jo Petrella

71.4

Seneca in the Renaissance

In Eloquendo Corrupta Pleraque? Humanist Evaluations of Seneca's Prose Style Natha Kish

71.1

Seneca in the Renaissance

Cannibals, Cats, and Coteries: Wright's 1674 Mock-Thyestes Maria Haley

72.4

Pagans and Christians

Julian's Platonopolis? Matthew Lupu

72.2

Pagans and Christians

The Acts of Silvester: History, Legend and Sundays in Rome Michele Salzman

72.3

Pagans and Christians

Sophrosyne as a Virtue of Ascetic Women in Late Antiquity Anysia Metrakos

72.5

Pagans and Christians

Column Cryptography: The Theodosian Obelisk as Cipher for the Fictional Life of Theodulus the Stylite Charles Kuper

72.1

Pagans and Christians

The Libri Pontificales at the End of Paganism Mattias Gassman

73.2

New Environmental History: Promise and Pitfalls

The River and the City: The Tiber as a Case Study in Roman Ecohistory Krešimir Vuković

73.3

New Environmental History: Promise and Pitfalls

Artifacts as Exposures: Malarial Landscapes in Late Roman Italy David Pickel

73.1

New Environmental History: Promise and Pitfalls

Systems Change Without Demographic Collapse? Trans-Mediterranean Trade and the Justinianic Pandemic Henry Gruber

75.1

Roman Historiography

Livy, Orosius, and the Rebuilding of Augustan Rome David Levene

75.6

Roman Historiography

Morbid Joy: Laetus in Tacitus Emma N Warhover

75.5

Roman Historiography

Tacitus’ Historiographical Technique: Moderatio in the Tiberian Narrative and Documentary Sources from the Tiberian Principate Christopher R Ell

75.2

Roman Historiography

Exemplary Audiences Andrea Pittard

75.4

Roman Historiography

Slavery, Geography, and Medicine in Tacitus' Agricola Charlotte Hunt

75.3

Roman Historiography

Poisoning Lucretia: An Allusion to Livy at Tac. Ann. 6.40.1 Nicholas A Rudman

76.4

Flavian Poetry

Tristis Umbra Germani: The Troubled Presence of Britannicus in the Octavia Theodora Naqvi

76.3

Flavian Poetry

Hybrid God and Sylvan Freaks: Calpurnius’ Grotesque Pastoral Scott Weiss

76.1

Flavian Poetry

A Metaliterary Celebration of Saturnalian Epigram in Martial 4.46 Emma Brobeck

76.2

Flavian Poetry

To Smell or Not to Smell: Martial’s Rome and Olfactory Claustrophobia Johanna Kaiser

79.1

Republican Latin Poetry

Just Taking the Pith: Lucilius’ First Satires as (Mis)Quotable One-Liners Marcie Persyn

79.4

Republican Latin Poetry

Crops of Destruction: Parallels in Lucretius' Origins of Life and Disease W. Erickson Bridges

79.2

Republican Latin Poetry

Who Built the Boat? Labor and Material in Phaedrus IV. 7 and Catullus 64 Christopher J Londa

79.3

Republican Latin Poetry

Gellius the Poet Jesse Hill

80.2

Greek Tragedy (2)

Blonde Dionysus? Interpreting ξανθοῖσι βοστρύχοισιν in Euripides’ Bacchae Angharad Darden

80.4

Greek Tragedy (2)

The Play of Emotion in Euripides’ Helen Francis Dunn

80.1

Greek Tragedy (2)

Hermione, the Perpetual Nymphē of Euripides' Andromache Florencia Foxley

80.3

Greek Tragedy (2)

The Use of Storytelling in Euripides’ Heracles Olga Faccani

80.5

Greek Tragedy (2)

Dramatic Melodies: Three Examples of Musical Style from Karanis (P. Mich. inv. 2958) Rebecca A Sears

81.6

Homer and Hellenistic Literature

The Politics of Colchian Space and Movement in Argonautica 4 Evan Judge Armacost

81.4

Homer and Hellenistic Literature

“A Pelasgian Typhon”: Achilles as Agent of Chthonic Disruption in Lycophron’s Alexandra Celsiana Warwick

81.1

Homer and Hellenistic Literature

Fat and Large Bodies in Homeric Poetry: Iros and Penelope William Brockliss

81.3

Homer and Hellenistic Literature

Benjamin’s Niobe: Anger, Violence, and Ambiguity in Iliad 24 Ben Radcliffe

81.2

Homer and Hellenistic Literature

Pathos by the Numbers: Homeric Numerical Patterns and Achilles’ 23 Sacks Brian D. McPhee

81.5

Homer and Hellenistic Literature

The Vocabulary of Fate in Apollonius Rhodius’ Argonautica Paul Ojennus

82.2

The Ancient Novel and Material Culture

Votive Inscriptions, Aretalogy, and the Epigraphic Habit in the Ancient Novels Barbara Blythe

82.3

The Ancient Novel and Material Culture

Glasses and Other Tableware in Achilles Tatius: Making Sense of a Complex Novel by Looking at Objects Marine Glénisson

82.4

The Ancient Novel and Material Culture

Dramatizing the Gendered Subject: Examining the Pseudo-Stomach in Leucippe and Clitophon as a Prop of Performative Gender Emily Waller

82.5

The Ancient Novel and Material Culture

The Mulier Equitens: Erotic Display in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses and Roman Wall Painting Victoria Hodges

82.7

The Ancient Novel and Material Culture

‘Just as Honeycomb’: Queer Money in Petronius’ Cena Trimalchionis Elliott Piros

82.6

The Ancient Novel and Material Culture

Mirrors on the Moon: Lucian's Sci-fi Technology and Anticipated Innovation A. Everett Beek

83.3

Race Classics and the Latin Classroom

Addressing Race and the Legacy of Slavery in the Latin Classroom Louise Michaud

83.4

Race Classics and the Latin Classroom

Marginalized: Black Students and Latin in Independent Schools Runako Taylor

83.5

Race Classics and the Latin Classroom

"I Like this Class, But…": Creating Meaningful Cultural Connections in the Latin Classroom Ellen Sassenberg

83.6

Race Classics and the Latin Classroom

Reaching Beyond Rome: A Latin Curriculum Lindsay Samson and Holly Spyniewski

83.2

Race Classics and the Latin Classroom

Roma Negra: Salvador, Brazil and Afro-Latin American Classicisms Andrea Kouklanakis

74.4

Lightning Session: Greek and Latin Textbooks

Eleanor Dickey’s Learn Latin from the Romans Ashley Weed

74.5

Lightning Session: Greek and Latin Textbooks

Transitioning from a Grammar-Translation Approach to Active Latin via Ørberg’s Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata: How One Latin Program is Making the Shift MaryLiz Williamson and Diane Beste

74.6

Lightning Session: Greek and Latin Textbooks

Tali et Tituli: Roleplaying with Wheelock Mitchell Parks

74.1

Lightning Session: Greek and Latin Textbooks

Pharr’s Homeric Greek: A Book for Beginners Walter M. Roberts

74.2

Lightning Session: Greek and Latin Textbooks

The Changeling: From Alpha to Omega and Modern Language Students Karen Rosenbecker

74.3

Lightning Session: Greek and Latin Textbooks

Greek Troublesome and Troubling: Teaching Greek with Textbooks by the Joint Association of Classical Teachers Douglas Hill

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