1995 Annual Meeting in San Diego


THURSDAY DECEMBER 28, 1995

8:00 am - 5:00 pm           Registration             Second Floor Foyer
                                                          Hyatt Regency
 
7:30 am - 8:30 am         Meeting of the                         Oxford
                   Committee on Ancient History           Hyatt Regency
 
7:30 am - 8:30 am         Meeting of the                      Windsor C
                 Editorial Board for Monographs           Hyatt Regency
 
7:30 am - 8:45 am  Meeting of the Council of the                Anaheim
             Alumni Association of the American School         Marriott
                   of Classical Studies at Athens
 
7:30 am - 9:00 am         Meeting of the           Chairman's Boardroom
            Committee on Scholarships for Minorities      Hyatt Regency
 
8:00 am - 9:00 am      Open Meeting of the               Columbia 1/2/3
                       Placement Committee                     Marriott
 

FIRST SESSION FOR THE READING OF PAPERS.

NOTE: THE PROGRAM COMMITTEE STRONGLY URGES ALL MEMBERS TO PARTICIPATE IN DISCUSSION AT THE SESSIONS THEY ATTEND. A SPECIAL EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO PROVIDE AMPLE TIME FOR DISCUSSION AT PAPER SESSIONS, PANELS, AND ALL PROGRAM UNITS.

8:30 am                     Section 1             Manchester Ballroom E
                         Paper Session:                   Hyatt Regency
                              Homer
                  Susan Shelmerdine, Presider

1. Alan J.M. Haffa, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Appeal for Hector's Body: One Supplication or Two? (15 min.)

2. Erling B. Holstmark, University of Iowa

A Typology of Want; Why Elpenor? (15 min.)

3. Ruth Scodel, University of Michigan

The Removal of the Arms and Narrative Tension in the Odyssey (15 min.)

4. Thérèse de Vet, University of Southern California

Implications of Archaisms in the Homeric Poems (15 min.)

5. John Miles Foley, University of Missouri-Columbia

Guslar and Aiodos: What South Slavic Oral Epic Can -- and Cannot -- Tell us about Homer (15 min.)

Discussion


 

8:30 am                        Section 2                     Connaught
                             Paper Session:              Hyatt Regency
                              Greek Prose
                       John Marincola, Presider

1. Elizabeth Pender, King's College London

Language and Thought in Motion, From Tragedy to Plato (15 min.)

2. David C. Mirhady, University of Alberta

The Composition of Aristotle's Rhetoric (15 min.)

3. Leslie Collins-Edwards, University of California, San Diego

Mimesis as Progress: The Materialist Pedagogy of Isocrates (15 min.)

4 Erik Gunderson, University of California, Berkeley

Rhetoric, Cosmetics and Social Order in Dionysius of Halicarnassus' On the Ancient Orators (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                     Section 3 Manchester             Ballroom A
                                Paper Session:            Hyatt Regency
                                East and West
                         Steven Lattimore, Presider

1. David W. Frauenfelder, North Carolina State University

Twins from the East: The Origins of Castor and Pollux Revisited (15 min.)

2. Sandra Westover, University of Southern California

Black Hephaistos: African Ironworking and Greek Ideology (15 min.)

3. Jay Reed, Ohio State University

Antinoe's Adonis and the Poetics of Ptolemaic Imperialism (15 min.)

4. John T. Ramsey, University of Illinois, Chicago

Rome's Annexation of Phrygia Maior: Gaius Gracchus and the Publicani (15 min.)

5. Jonathan Roth, San Jose State University

Paullus Fabius Saulus: Saint Paul's Roman Name? (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                      Section 4            Manchester Ballroom F
                          Paper Session:                  Hyatt Regency
                        Women and Religion
                  Jennifer T. Roberts, Presider

1. Jennifer Larson, Kent State University

Handmaidens of Artemis? (15 min.)

2. Sarah Peirce, Fordham University

Nothing to do with "Maenadism:" Maenads, the Dionysian and Some Problems of Definition (15 min.)


3. Louis H. Feldman, Yeshiva University

The Relationship between Classical and Early Christian Anti-Semitism (15 min.)

4. Daniel Richter, University of Chicago

The Matron Lucina: An Analysis of a Hagiographic Topos (15 min.)

5. Carolyn S. Snively, Gettysburg College

Virgin and Deaconess: The Ambiguous Religious Roles of Late Antique Women (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                     Section 5              Manhcester Ballroom D
                         Paper Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                          Latin Poetry
                  Joseph Farrell, Presider

1. Julia Haig Gaisser, Bryn Mawr College

Time after Time: Medea and Ariadne in Cat. 64 (15 min.)

2. Jeanne Neumann O'Neill, Davidson College

Florus and the Commendatio ad Gloriam in Horace, Epistles 1.3 (15 min.)

3. Gustaf Hansen, University of Toronto

The Non-Stoic Character of Persius' Satire (15 min.)

4. Brent Vine, Princeton University

The Resonance of a Prose Rhythm: Apuleius, Met. 2.29 (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                     Section 6              Manchester Ballroom B
                         Paper Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                            Philology
                   Barbara McManus, Presider

1. Jon C. Billigmeier, California State University, Northridge

Homeric, (15 min.)

2. John Rauk, Michigan State University

The Vocative of Deus (15 min.)

3. Brian A. Krostenko, University of Notre Dame

Scents of Suauis in Cicero (15 min.)

4. Ann DeVito, Consortium for Latin Lexicography

Developing an Electronic Thesaurus Linguae Latinae (15 min.)

5. David Hart. University of Montreal

Towards a New Latin Dictionary (15 min.)

Discussion


 

8:30 am                        Section 7           Manchester Ballroom I
                            Panel Session:                 Hyatt Regency
              Modern Stagings of Ancient Greek Tragedy
                   Marianne McDonald, Organizer

1. Marianne McDonald, University of California, San Diego

Colonialism and Greek Tragedy: The Irish Experience (25 min.)

2. Sallie Goetsch, University of Warwick

Philoctetes in Vietnam (15 min.)

3. Herbert Golder, Boston University

The Orestes Murders (20 min.)

4. Kate Mendeloff, University of Michigan

Discovering Dionysus (20 min.)

5. Christopher W. Marshall, Trent University

How to Play with a Box (20 min.)

Discussion (20 min.)

 

8:30 am                      Section 8             Manchester Ballroom C
            Three-Year Colloquium on Cultural Poetics:     Hyatt Regency
          War Memorials: The Politics of Public Mourning
         Carol Dougherty and Leslie Kurke, Co-Organizers

Introduction: Carol Dougherty, Wellesley College

1. Anne Carson, McGill University

Mourning Becomes Exactitude: Simonides and the Art of the Public Epitaph (20 min.)

2. Richard Neer, University of California, Berkeley

The Rhetoric of the Kouros: Body, Rhetoric, Ideology (20 min.)

3. Andrew Wolpert, University of Chicago

Monumentalizing Compromise: Public Memorials Commemorating The Restoration of Athenian Democracy (20 min.)

BREAK (10 min.)

4. Sharon James, Bryn Mawr College

Memory, Anger and Dead Bodies as War Memorials in the Aeneid's Civic Conflicts (20 min.)

5. Samuel Hughes, University of Pennsylvania

Spectacular Indeterminacy: A Study of the Mars Ultor Temple and its Dedicatory Games as War Memorial (20 min.)

Discussion (20 min.)


 

8:30 am                       Section 9                      Windsor A,B
                           Panel Session:                  Hyatt Regency
            The Role of Modern Medical Knowledge in the
                     Study of Ancient Medicine
                   Lesley Dean-Jones, Organizer

(Sponsored by the Society for Ancient Medicine)

1. John Riddle, North Carolina State University, Raleigh

Evaluation of Ancient Medicine and Historical Positivism (20 min.)

2. Helen King, Liverpool Institute of Higher Education

How Should We Read Ancient Medicine? (20 min.)

3. John Scarborough, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Greco-Roman Therapies for Greco-Roman Ailments: Comparative Techniques and Modern Medicine (20 min.)

4. Paul T. Keyser, Cornell University

Retrospective Diagnosis as a Problem in Conceptual Translation (20 min.)

5. Nancy Demand, Indiana University

Constructing Illness and Retrospective Diagnosis (20 min.)

Discussion

9:00 am-10:00 am      Meeting of the Board of Advisors         Windsor C
                of the Database of Classical Bibliography  Hyatt Regency
 
9:30 am-11:00 am             Meeting of the            Secretary's Suite
                     APA Committee on Placement                 Marriott
 
 
              SECOND SESSION FOR THE READING OF PAPERS.
 
11:00 am                      Section 10           Manchester Ballroom E
                            Paper Session:                 Hyatt Regency
                              Aeschylus
                     William Thalmann, Presider

1. Maureen Haviland, Columbia University

Characterization of the Aeschylean Scholia (15 min.)

2. Michael Hendry, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

Post-Promethean Thugs: The Human Condition in the Prometheus Bound (15 min.)

3. Joshua T. Katz, Harvard University

The Parodos of the Agamemnon Again: A Trojan Perspective (15 min.)

4. David J. Schenker, University of Missouri, Columbia

Narrative Layering in the Speech of Agamemnon, Ag. 206-17 (15 min.)

Discussion


 

11:00 am                   Section 11              Manchester Ballroom A
                         Paper Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                         Roman History
                 Thomas R. Martin, Presider

1. J. Rufus Fears, University of Oklahoma

The Augurate of Sulla (15 min.)

2. Thomas P. Hillman, Monmouth University

Pompeius in Africa and Sulla's Order to Demobilize (Plutarch Pompeius 13.1-4) (15 min.)

3. Ann M. Marshall, Union College

Atticus, Athens and the Mithridatic War (15 min.)

4. Stefan G. Chrissanthos, University of Southern California

Caesar and the Mutiny of 47 BC (15 min.)

5. Carin M.C. Green, University of Iowa

Varro's Political Aviary: De Re Rustica 3.1-5 (15 min.)

Discussion

11:00 am                     Section 12            Manchester Ballroom D
                          Paper Session:                   Hyatt Regency
                            Roman Elegy
                    E. N. Genovese, Presider

1. Leah Himmelhoch, University of Texas, Austin

On Death, the Maiden, and the Creation of the Elegiac Muse in Catullus' c. 65 (15 min.)

2. David A. Jones, Hillsdale College

A Dedication with Renunciation: Motival Inventio in Lygdamus 1 (15 min.)

3. Rebecca L. Frost, University of Pennsylvania

Rhetoric, Servitium Amoris and Authority in Propertius I.1 (15 min.)

4. Nigel J. Nicholson, Reed College

Gallan Multiplication in Propertius' Monobiblos (15 min.)

Discussion

11:00 am                       Section 13                         Oxford
                             Panel Session:                Hyatt Regency
                         Rhetoric and Neo-Latin
                     Terence O. Tunberg, Organizer
       (Sponsored by the American Association for Neo-Latin Studies)
 

Chair: Jane Crawford, Loyola Marymount University

1. Outi Merisalo, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

History and Rhetoric in Tito Livio Frulovisi's Vita Henrici Quinti (20 min.)

2. Kenneth Lloyd-Jones, Trinity College

Erasmus and Dolet on Dissimulation (20 min.)

3. Mark Morford, University of Virginia

The Epistolica Institutio of Justus Lipsius (20 min.)

4. Michelle Valerie Ronnick, Wayne State University

The Meaning and Method of Milton's Panegyric of Cromwell in the Defensio Pro Populo Anglicano Secunda (20 min)

5. Frank Coulson, The Ohio State University

Humanistic Biographies of Ovid (20 min.)

Discussion

11:00 am                         Section 14        Manchester Ballroom C
                               Panel Session:              Hyatt Regency
                            Ovid in Margine Mundi:
                   Psychology and Subjectivity in the Tristia
                         Andrew D. Walker, Organizer

1. Andrew D. Walker, University of Southern California

Narrative, Body, Eye: Psychoanalytic Themes in Ovid's Tristia (15 min.)

2. Gareth Williams, Columbia University

The Rhetoric of Psychology in Ovid's Tristia (15 min.)

3. Ellen Oliensis, Yale University

Return to Sender: The Rhetoric of Nomination in Ovid's Tristia (15 min.)

4. Thomas N. Habinek, University of Southern California

Doctissima Perilla: Female Learning and the Limits of Masculinism in Tristia 3.7 (15 min.)

Respondents: Patricia Rosenmeyer, Yale University (10 min.)

William Fitzgerald, University of California, San Diego (10 min.)

11:00 am                        Section 15         Manchester Ballroom F
                        Three-Year Colloquium on            Hyatt Reency
                        Ideology and Poetic Form:
                               Greek Comedy
                       Charles Platter, Organizer

1. Daniel McGlathery, University of Michigan

The Politics of Gastronomical Imagery in Aristophanes' Acharnians (15 min.)

2. Niall Slater, Emory University

Aristophanes' Spectator Politics (15 min.)

3. Gregory Dobrov, University of Michigan

Swallowing Euripides: Ideology and the Comic Poetics of Transformation (15 min.)

4. Wilfred Major, Loyola University, New Orleans

Menander in a Macedonian World (15 min.)

Respondent: Charles Platter, University of Georgia (15 min.)

 

11:00 am                   Section 16              Manchester Ballroom I
                         Panel Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                Neoplatonism in Late Antiquity:
             Continuity with the Ancient Tradition
                   John F. Finamore, Organizer
  (Sponsored by the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies)
 

Commentator: John F. Finamore, University of Iowa

1. Ruth Majercik, University of California, Santa Barbara

The Chaldaean Oracles and the School of Plotinus (20 min.)

2. Jay Bregman, University of Maine

Hellenic Neoplatonism Among Christians and Hellenes (20 min.)

3. Sara Rappe, University of Michigan

Dogmatic Doubt: Damascius' Relation to the Skeptical Tradition (20 min.)

Discussion

11:00 am                       Section 17          Manchester Ballroom B
                             Panel Session:                Hyatt Regency
                 Women and Death in the Ancient World
               Nancy Demand and Ronda Simms, Organizers
             (Sponsored by the Women's Classical Caucus)

1. Delores O'Higgins, Bates College

Brides of Death: Reading the Crones of Aristophanes' Comedies (20 min.)

2. Sarah Johnston, Ohio State University

Hekate, Demons and Reproductive Death (20 min.)

3. Gail Holst-Warhaft, Cornell University

Festivals and Funerals: Women's Role in Death Rituals and its Relationship to Their Participation in Festivals and Mystery Cults in Ancient Greece (20 min.)

4. Micaela Janan, Duke University

The Phenomenenology of the Spirits: Propertius' Cornelia Elegy (4.11) (20 min.)

Respondent: Eva Stehle, University of Maryland (20 min.)

12:00 n-1:00 pm       Open Organizational Meeting for          Windsor B
               the Society of Ancient Military Historians  Hyatt Regency
 
12:00 n-1:30 pm       Open Organizational Meeting for          Windsor A
                          "Classica Americana"           Hyatt Regency
 
12:00 n-1:30 pm                Meeting of the               Manchester 1
           Committee of the Regional Classical Associations     Marriott
 
12:00 n-4:30 pm            Annual Meeting of the    Chairman's Boardroom
                         TLL Fellowship Committee          Hyatt Regency
 
12:30 pm-2:00 pm           Annual Meeting of the               Windsor C
                  Committee on the Classical Tradition     Hyatt Regency
 
1:00 pm-2:00 pm      Annual Business Meeting of the               Oxford
              American Association for Neo-Latin Studies   Hyatt Regency
 

THIRD SESSION FOR THE READING OF PAPERS.

                   
1:30 pm                         Section 18         Manchester Ballroom E
                              Paper Session:               Hyatt Regency
                            Athenian Discourse
                          Josiah Ober, Presider

1. Robert L. Kane, Miami University

Speaking of the Dead: Epic v. Civic Speech in the Ajax Burial Debate (15 min.)

2. John Carlevale, Boston University

The Paideia Play and the Didactic Function of Tragedy (15 min.)

3. James F. McGlew, Iowa State University

Laughing at Poverty: Comic Fantasy and the Ploutos (15 min.)

4. S. Douglas Olson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Rewriting the City: Political Ideology in Aristophanes' Wasps (15 min.)

5. Matthew R. Christ, Indiana University

(Re)shaping Athenian Law: Metis and Metaphor in the Attic Orators (15 min.)

6. Susan Prince, University of Michigan

Antisthenes' Ajax and Odysseus and Persuasion in a Democracy (15 min.)

Discussion

1:30 pm                      Section 19            Manchester Ballroom D
                           Paper Session:                  Hyatt Regency
                         Early Greek Lyric
                       William Race, Presider

1. Sarah Mace, Union College

Utopian and Erotic Fusion in a New Elegy of Simonides (15min.)

2. Christopher A. Faraone, University of Chicago

Hipponax Frag 128W: Parody of Epic Narrative or Ritual Chant? (15 min.)

3. Bruce M. King, University of Chicago

The Heroized and Humanized Monster of Stesichorus' Geryoneis (15 min.)

4. Suzanne Bonefas, Miami University

Ars Memoriae: Memory and Memorial in the Simonidean Epitaphs (15 min.)

5. Ippokratis Kantzios, Bryn Mawr College

Pindar's Muses (15 min.)

6. Stephen B. Heiny, Earlham College

Metaphor, Persuasion and Performance in Pindar's Olympia 2 (15 min.)


 

1:30 pm                     Section 20             Manchester Ballroom B
                          Paper Session:                   Hyatt Regency
                       Roman Historiography
                     Thomas Scanlon, Presider

1. Drew A. Mannetter, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Narrative Function of Caesar's Catalogs: Bellum Gallicum 7.75 and 7.90 (15 min.)

2. Alan Heinrich, SUNY, Buffalo

Narrative and Authority in Sallust's Bellum Catilinae (15 min.)

3. Cynthia Damon, Amherst College

From Source to Sermo: Narrative Technique in Livy 34.54.4-8 (15 min.)

4. D. Thomas Benediktson, University of Tulsa

Fate and the Structure of Suetonius' Galba (15 min.)

Discussion

1:30 pm                      Section 21            Manchester Ballroom F
                           Panel Session:                  Hyatt Regency
                     Devising Social Fictions
                     Susan Stephens, Organizer

1. Martin Bloomer, Stanford University

Silencing the Novel (20 min.)

2. Susan Stephens, Stanford University

Fragmentation and Reintegration in Apuleius' Golden Ass (20 min.)

3. Stephen Nimis, Miami University, Ohio

The Ancient Novel and the Sense of an [Open] Ending (20 min.)

4. Kate Cooper, University of Manchester, England

Fragmentation and Recognition in the Pseudo-Clementine Recognitiones (20 min.)

Respondent: James Tatum, Dartmouth College

Discussion

1:30 pm                     Section 22             Manchester Ballroom I
                          Panel Session:                   Hyatt Regency
                    The Rim of the Frog Pond:
            The Interaction of Peoples and Cultures on the
                Periphery of the Ancient Greek World
       Stanley M. Burstein and Frank M. Clover, Co-Organizers
           (Sponsored by the Committee on Ancient History)

Chair: Frank M. Clover, Wisconsin-Madison

1. H. Sancisi-Weerdenburg, University of Utrecht

The Pace of Acculturation in the Achaemenid Empire (20 min.)

2. Richard Jasnow, Johns Hopkins University

Echoes of Alexander: The Image of Alexander the Great in Demotic Literature (20 min.)

3. Jeffrey Lerner, Wake Forest University

Indo Greek: Adaptation and Assimilation (20 min.)

4. Frank Holt, University of Houston

Cultural Diversity on the Greek Frontier: A New Methodology (20 min.)

Respondent: Stanley M. Burstein, California State University, Los Angeles (10 min.)

1:30 pm                       Section 23           Manchester Ballroom A
                      Three-Year Colloquium on             Hyatt Regency
                   Early Greek Culture and Society
                 Approaches to Greek State-Formation
                       John R. Lenz, Organizer

Introduction: John R. Lenz, Drew University (5 min.)

1. Donald C. Haggis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Considerations of Heterarchy toward a Definition of Pre-State Society in the Aegean (20 min.)

2. Nigel Spencer, Institute of Archaeology, Oxford

Early Iron Age and Archaic Lesbos: A Place Between East and West (20 min.)

3. Kurt A. Raaflaub, Center for Hellenic Studies

Homeric Soldier-Citizens and the Rise of the Polis (20 min.)

4. David W. Tandy, University of Tennessee

Agroskopia: Hesiod's Oikos and the Rise of the Consumer-City (20 min.)

5. Paul Christesen, Columbia University

Odysseus at the Academy: The Evolution of the Socio-Political Context of Greek Athletics c. 800-550 B.C. and the Rise of the Polis (20 min.)

Respondent: Ian Morris, Stanford University (20 min.)

1:30 pm                                                        Connaught
                             Panel Session:                Hyatt Regency
                       The Heritage of Plutarch
                    Anthony J. Podlecki, Organizer
            (Sponsored by the International Plutarch Society)

1. Stephen T. Newmyer, Duquesne University

Of Pigs and People: Plutarch and the French Beast Fable (25 min.)

2. Brad Cook, American School of Classical Studies, Athens

Plutarch's Demosthenes and Demosthenes (25 min.)

3. Lawrence Tritle, Loyola Marymount University

Plutarch and the Georgekreis under the Bent Cross: Victor Frank and Agis & Cleomenes (25 min.)

4. Margaret M. Smith, University of California, Irvine

How's the View? The Legacy of Plutarch's Cultural Perspective (25 min.)

Respondent: Hubert M. Martin, Jr., University of Kentucky (25 min.)

1:30 pm                       Section 25           Manchester Ballroom H
                        Joint Panel Session:               Hyatt Regency
          A City of Images: Some Views Twelve Years Later
         Giulia Sissa and Robert F. Sutton, Jr., Co-Organizers

1. Giulia Sissa, Johns Hopkins University

A City of Images: Ambitions, Reception, Transformations (20 min.)

2. François Lissarrague, CNRS, Centre Louis Gernet, Paris

From Iconography to Anthropology (20 min.)

3. Françoise Frontisi-Ducroux, Collège de France, Centre Louis Gernet, Paris

From Mask to Frontal Face: The "Apostrophe" (20 min.)

4. Alain Schnapp, Panthéon Sorbonne, Centre Louis Gernet, Paris

Hunt and Hunters in Ancient Greece (20 min.)

5. Robert F. Sutton, Jr., Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis

A City of Changing Images: Exploring the Dimension of Time (20 min.)

6. Gloria Ferrari Pinney, University of Chicago

Meaningful Figures (20 min.)

Respondent: H. Alan Shapiro, University of Canterbury (15 min.)

Discussion

1:30 pm                       Section 26            San Diego Ballroom A
                        Joint Panel Session:                    Marriott
                  Sexual Harrassment in the Academy
          GailAnn Rickert and Deborah Roberts, Co-Organizers
         (Sponsored by the APA Committee on Professional Matters, 
              The Women's Classical Caucus of the APA, 
         The AIA Commmittee on Professional Responsibilities, and 
             The AIA Subcommittee on Women in Archaeology)

Introduction: Matthew S. Santirocco, New York University, APA Vice President for Professional Matters

1. Attorney Virginia Gaburo, Virginia H. Gaburo & Associates

2. Attorney Marilyn Ireland, Professor of Law, California Western Law School

3. Barbara Gutek, University of Arizona, Tucson

Open Discussion

Breakout Sessions immediately follow panel                  Torrey 1/2/3
                                                                Marriott
 


2:00 pm-3:00 pm     Meeting of the Joint Committee     Secretary's Suite
                  on Classics in American Education             Marriott
 
3:30 pm-4:30 pm  Meeting of the Education Committee's  Secretary's Suite
               Sub-Committee on the Promotion of Greek          Marriott
 
3:30 pm-5:30 pm            Meeting of the                      Windsor A
                    Committee on Publications              Hyatt Regency
 
3:45 pm-5:00 pm      Reception Sponsored by the    Manchester Ballroom I
                 APA Committee on Ancient History          Hyatt Regency
                and the Friends of Ancient History
 
4:00 pm-5:30 pm   Annual Meeting of the Advisory   Manchester Ballroom D
             Council of the American Academy in Rome       Hyatt Regency
 
4:00 pm-5:30 pm       Reception Sponsored by the          Manchester 1,2
          Friends of Classics, San Diego State University       Marriott
 
4:15 pm-5:15 pm     Annual Meeting of the Associated           Windsor B
            Colleges of the Midwest/Great Lakes Colleges   Hyatt Regency
                       Association of Classicists
 
5:00 pm-6:30 pm           Business Meeting of the              Connaught
                  Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Classical Caucus    Hyatt Regency
 
5:00 pm-7:00 pm   Reception for Alumni and Friends of the         Oxford
                          College Year in Athens           Hyatt Regency
 
5:00 pm-7:30 pm        Reception sponsored by the  Manchester Ballroom F
                    Etruscan Foundation Hyatt Regency


5:00 pm-7:00 pm         Joint Presidential Forum    San Diego Ballroom B
                              Co-Organizers:                    Marriott
                Emily Townsend Vermeule, APA President
                    Stephen L. Dyson, AIA President
          The Classics, Archaeology and the New Millennium

Discussants:

1. John Bennet, University of Wisconsin

2. Carla Antonaccio, Wesleyan University

3. Sarah Morris, University of California, Los Angeles

4. Jack L. Davis, University of Cincinnati

5. Deborah Boedeker, Center for Hellenic Studies

Open Discussion

6:00 pm-7:00 pm           Annual Meeting of the          Manchester Ballroom D
                         Classical Society of the                Hyatt Regency
                         American Academy in Rome
 
6:00pm-8:00pm    Meeting of the Managing Committee       Manchester Ballroom C
        of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens    Hyatt Regency
 
6:00pm-10:00pm       Meeting of the Board of Directors    Chairman's Boardroom
                    of the Classical Association of the          Hyatt Regency
                           Middle West and South
 
6:30pm-8:30pm     Reception for Alumni and Friends of the            Windsor A
                        American Numismatic Society              Hyatt Regency
 
7:00pm-8:00pm            Graduate Student Reception          West Lobby Lounge
                                sponsored by                          Marriott
           TIAA/CREF and the American Philological Association
 
7:00pm-8:30pm            Reception sponsored by the      Manchester Ballroom E
                          American Academy in Rome               Hyatt Regency
 
7:30-9:00pm            Reception for TAPA Referees                  Windsor C
                sponsored by the Committee on Publications       Hyatt Regency
 
8:00pm-9:00pm          Reception for Candidates of the            Manchester 1
                          Lionel Pearson Fellowship                   Marriott

FRIDAY DECEMBER 29, 1995

8:00am-5:00pm                    Registration               Second Floor Foyer
                                                           Hyatt Regency Hotel
 
7:30am-9:00am      Meeting of Institutional Representatives         Columbia 3
      of the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome     Marriott
 
8:00am-9:00am                    Meeting of the              Secretary's Suite
                           Classical Atlas Committee                  Marriott
 
8:00am-10:00am                   Meeting of the                   Manchester 1
                      Editorial Advisory Board of the                 Marriott
                              Etruscan Foundation
 
8:30am-9:30am               Informational Meeting for                Windsor C
              Representatives of MA-Degree-Granting Departments  Hyatt Regency
 

FOURTH SESSION FOR THE READING OF PAPERS.

8:30 am                            Section 27                      Windsor A,B
                                 Paper Session:                  Hyatt Regency
                               Hellenistic Poetry
                             Nita Krevans, Presider

1. Christina M. Dufner, University of North Dakota

The Hylleis in the Argonautica: Apollonius' Phaeacian Diaspora (15 min.)

2. Greta Ham, University of Texas, Austin

Amechania and Predestination in Apollonius Rhodius (15 min.)

3. Anatole Mori, University of Chicago

Maschalismos and a Heroic Jason in Apollonius' Argonautica 4.477-479 (15 min.)

4. Julie Nishimura-Jensen, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Silence of the Heralds: Tradition, Speech and Gender in Apollonius' Lemnian Episode (15 min.)

5. John D. Morgan, University of Delaware

Why Telchines? (15 min.)

6. Stephen A. White, University of Texas, Austin

The Father of Callimachus (15 min.)

Discussion

 

8:30 am                          Section 28              Manchester Ballroom I
                               Paper Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                                Greek History
                         Carolyn Dewald, Presider

1. Maria Kotzamanidou, University of California, Berkeley

Time, Action and the Historical Consciousness of Hesiod in Works and Days (15 min.)

2. David J. Driscoll, Gustavus Adolphus College

Irony in Hecataeus? (15 min.)

3. B.M. Lavelle, Loyola University, Chicago

The Fiction of the Parties of Athens (15 min.)

4. Stewart Flory, Gustavus Adolphus College

Scriptio Continua, Ancient Literacy, and the Composition of Thucydides' History (15 min.)

5. Alex Watts-Tobin, University of Southern California

Thucycides and the Military Mind (15 min.)

6. Andrew Scholtz, Yale University

Andropornoi at the Court of Philip: The Rhetoric of Vituperation in Theopompus Fragments 224-225 Jacoby (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                          Section 29              Manchester Ballroom E
                               Paper Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                                Gender Issues
                          Rebecca Sinos, Presider

1. Victoria Wohl, University of Texas, San Antonia

Is Male to Female as Mind is to Body? Marriage, Philosophy and the Body in Plutarch's Gamika Parangelmata and Xenophon's Oikonomikos (15 min.)

2. Margaret Graver, Princeton University

Senecan "Masculinity" and the Malagma Moecharum (15 min.)

3. David H. Sick, University of Minnesota

Ummidia Quadratilla: Lazy Pantomime Watcher or Cagey Businesswoman? (15 min.)

4. Jorge Garcia-López, Cornell University

Lucian and the Gender of History (15 min.)

Discussion

 

8:30 am                         Section 30               Manchester Ballroom B
                               Paper Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                                 Language
                          Zeph Stewart, Presider

1. Steve Reece, Saint Olaf College

Prothesis and Aphaeresis in the Homeric Kunstsprache (15 min.)

2. Frank P. Lihvar, John Carroll University

Plato's Use of the ti de Formula: Inductive and Deductive Premises (15 min.)

3. Helma JM Dik, University of Amsterdam

The Position of the Adjective in Greek Prose (15 min.)

4. Eric Casey, University of Pennsylvania

Aristotle on the Philosophical Value of Etymology (15 min.)

5. Vassilis Vagios, National Taiwan University

Towards a Description of the Semantics of the Classical Greek Verbal Moods (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                        Section 31                Manchester Ballroom C
                             Panel Session:                      Hyatt Regency
               New Approaches to Teaching the Odes of Horace
                      Glenn Knudsvig, Organizer
                (Sponsored by the American Classical League)

1. Ronnie Ancona, Hunter College

Disruptive Desire: Sexuality, Gender and the Interpretation of Horace's Odes (25 min.)

2. Michele Lowrie, New York University

Stop Making Sense: Horace 3.27 (25 min.)

3. Margaret A. Brucia, Earl L. Vandermuelen High School, New York

Memorable Images and Forgettable Odes (25 min.)

Respondent: Matthew Santirocco, New York University

Discussion

 

8:30 am                         Section 32               Manchester Ballroom A
                                 Seminar:                        Hyatt Regency
                Current State of Gender and Sexual Studies
                       John G. Younger, Organizer
     (Sponsored by the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Classical Caucus)

Introduction: John G. Younger, Duke University (10 min.)

1. Nancy Rabinowitz, Hamilton College

Gender Unmasked in Greek Drama (15 min.)

2. Keith De Vries, University of Pennsylvania

Tracking the Sexualities of Attic Vase Painters (15 min.)

3. Paul Rehak, Loyola University of Chicago

Nothing to do with Myth? (15 min.)

Discussion

 

8:30 am                         Section 33               Manchester Ballroom D
                   Organizer Refereed Panel Session:             Hyatt Regency
             Vile Bodies:  Roman Satire and Corporeal Discourse
            Barbara K. Gold and Susanna H. Braund, Co-Organizers

Chairs and Moderators: Barbara K. Gold, Hamilton College

Susanna H. Braund, University of London

1. Paul Allen Miller, Texas Tech University

The Bodily Grotesque in Roman Satire: Images of Sterility (20 min.)

2. Kenneth J. Reckford, University of North Carolina

Reading the Sick Body: Decomposition and Morality in Persius' Third Satire (20 min.)

3. Jonathan Walters, University of Bristol

Making a Spectacle of the Body: Putting Male Sexual Deviants on Show in Satire (20 min.)

4. Christopher J. McDonough, University of Toronto

Satire and the Grotesque in a Monastic Setting (20 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                        Section 34                Manchester Ballroom F
                   Organizer Refereed Panel Session:             Hyatt Regency
                  Greek Tragedy and Rites de Passages
      Mark W. Padilla and Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Co-Organizers

Introduction, Mark W. Padilla, Bucknell University

1. Clifton Kreps, Northeast Missouri State University

Orestes, Oedipus, Ion (20 min.)

2. Dora C. Pozzi, University of Houston

Hyllus's Coming of Age in Sophocles' Trachiniae (20 min.)

3. Bella Zweig, University of Arizona

Euripides' Helen and Female Rites of Passage (20 min.)

4. Phyllis B. Katz, Dartmouth College

Io in Greek Drama: A Paradigm for the Athenian Community (20 min.)

Respondent: Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Temple University

Discussion (15 min.)

9:00am-10:00am                 Meeting of the                Secretary's Suite
                         Committee on Development                     Marriott
 
9:00am-10:00am           Business Meeting of the                     Connaught
                           Vergilian Society of          America Hyatt Regency
 
9:00am-11:00am          Meeting of the Chairman's                    Boardroom
                    Committee on Computer Activities             Hyatt Regency
 
9:00am-1:00pm                Open Meeting of                          Torrey 3
                         Perseus Computer Users                       Marriott
 
10:00am-11:00am      Meeting of the Board of Directors                  Oxford
         of the American Society of Papyrologists Hyatt Regency
 
10:00am-11:00am        Open Business Meeting for the                 Windsor C
                 Three-Year Colloquium on Late Antiquity         Hyatt Regency
 

FIFTH SESSION FOR THE READING OF PAPERS.

11:00 am                          Section 35             Manchester Ballroom A
                                Paper Session:                   Hyatt Regency
                               Athenian History
                       T. James Luce, Jr., Presider

1. John R. Hale, University of Louisville

Mask of Comedy, Mask of Command: Athenian Old Comedy and the Career of General Phormio (15 min.)

2. Andrew J.E. Bell, University of Nevada

Powerful Prominence in Democratic Athens

3. Michael G. Seaman, University of California, Los Angeles

The Athenian Expedition to Melos in 416 and the Melian Contribution to the "Spartan War Fund" (15 min.)

4. David L. Silverman, Reed College

The Athenian Tax Code: Liberal or Conservative? (15 min.)

5. Alex K. Schiller, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Political Territories and the Seven Boeotarchs of the Fourth Century BC Boeotian Constitutions (15 min.)

6. Sellers C. Lawrence, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Miltos from Keos and the Athenian Navy (15 min.)

Discussion

11:00 am                       Section 36                Manchester Ballroom D
                             Paper Session:                      Hyatt Regency
                         Narrative and Allusion
                       Wendy J. Raschke, Presider

1. Marleen B. Flory, Gustavus Adolphus College

A Lost Statuary Group of the Domus Augusta (15 min.)

2. Polly Hoover, Ohio State University

Cum domino pax ista venit: Lucan BC 1.584-638, the Ara Pacis Augustae, and the Boundaries of Imperium (15 min.)

3. Shadi Bartsch, University of California, Berkeley

Lucan's Civil War and the Ideology of Partisanship (15 min.)

4. David A. Guinee, University of Michigan

Stallions, Bulls, and Characterization in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica (15 min.)

Discussion

11:00 am                        Section 37               Manchester Ballroom B
                              Paper Session:                     Hyatt Regency
                               Roman Culture
                         Harry B. Evans, Presider

1. Art L. Spisak, University of Iowa

Gift Giving in Martial (15 min.)

2. Sarah E. Cox, Columbia University

Spicing up the Ceremony: Vespasian's Dedications of Cinnamon Wreaths (15 min.)

3. Christopher Michael McDonough, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

The Omen of the Gnawing Mouse: A Study in Roman Folk Religion (15 min.)

4. Stephen Brunet, University of Texas, Austin

How Bloody was Roman Boxing? (15 min.)

Discussion

 

11:00 am                         Section 38              Manchester Ballroom E
                               Panel Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                      Imagines Potissime Haerentiae:
                Looking Roman Historiography Straight in the Eye
                     Hans-Friedrich Mueller, Organizer

1. Michael Hillen, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, Munich

Semantic Approaches to the Romans' Understanding of Enargeia (15 min.)

2. Melissa Barden Dowling, Southern Methodist University

Crudelitas Imperatoris: Visual Violence and the Construction of Power (15 min.)

3. Ricardo Martínez Lacy, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Snapshots of Greece: The Visual Rhetoric of Justin's Epitome (15 min.)

4. Hans-Friedrich Mueller, The Florida State University

Orosius and the Spectacle of Roman (Religious) Defeat (15 min.)

Respondent: Ann Vasaly, Boston University

Imagines Haerentiae: Reading Visual Representation (25 min.)

Discussion (30 min.)

11:00 am                        Section 39               Manchester Ballroom F
                              Panel Session:                     Hyatt Regency
                         Classics and the Internet
                      William A. Johnson, Organizer
                     (Sponsored by the APA Committee on 
                  Computer Activities, Education Division)

1. Neel Smith, College of the Holy Cross

Creating Resources for Classicists on the World Wide Web (20 min.)

2. Peter van Minnen, Duke University

The Duke Papyri on the Internet (20 min.)

3. Michael Arnush, Skidmore College

Daedalus Opifex on the Internet: Information Resources and the Classics Classroom (20 min.)

4. Linda Wright, University of Washington

Scholarly Communication on the Internet: Collaboration, Resources, and Oops (20 min.)

5. James O'Donnell, University of Pennsylvania

After the Internet, What? (20 min.)

Discussion

 

11:00 am                           Section 40                        Windsor C
                  Three-Year Colloquium on Late Antiquity:       Hyatt Regency
                Conceptions of the Heroic in Late Antiquity:
                           Conflict and Transformation
                 Kate Cooper and Sarolta Takács, Organizers

1. James Francis, University of Kentucky

Heroizing the Holy Man: Continuity, Rehabilitation and Context (20 min.)

2. Robert Lamberton, Washington University, St. Louis

Homeric Heroes in Late-Antique Exegesis (20 min.)

3. Dennis Trout, Tufts University

Cultivating Heroes: Paulinus of Nola's Verse Panegyric on John the Baptist (20 min.)

4. Emily Albu, University of California, Davis

Disarming the Hero in Late Antiquity: Fulgentius on Arms and the Man (20 min.)

Respondent: Michael Whitby, University of Saint Andrews, Scotland (10 min)

Discussion

11:00 am                         Section 41                          Connaught
                               Panel Session:                    Hyatt Regency
              Linguistic Development and Language Diversity
                        Roger D. Woodard, Organizer
                 (Sponsored by the Society for the Study of 
                  Greek and Latin Language and Linguistics)

1. George Giannakis, Loyola Marymount University

On the Prehistory of the Verbal System of Ancient Greek (30 min.)

2. I. J. Livingston, Cornell University

The Phonology of Latin Pre(he)ndo and Praeda (30 min.)

3. Gregory Nagy, Harvard University

Mycenaean Reflexes in Homer (30 min.)

4. William Wyatt, Brown University

Thucydides and Dialect (30 min.)

5. Michael Weiss, University of North Carolina

Salaputium: An Oscanism in Catullus 53? (30 min.)

6. Philip Freeman, Boston University

The Survival of the Gaulish Language Under Roman Rule (30 min.)

Discussion

 

11:00 am                          Section 42             Manchester Ballroom C
                                Paper Session:                   Hyatt Regency
                              Health and Disease
                          Wesley D. Smith, Presider

1. Martha L. Edwards, Truman State University

Ability and Disability in Lysias 24 (15 min.)

2. Julie Laskaris, University of California, Los Angeles

Advancing the Terms of the Debate: Polemical and Persuasive Rhetoric in The Sacred Disease (15 min.)

3. Ralph E. Doty, University of Oklahoma

The Question of Abortion in the Hippocratic Oath (15 min.)

4. Thomas Nelson Winter, University of Nebraska

The Meaning of Lippus, Lippire, Lippitudo (15 min.)

Discussion

11:30 am - 12:30 pm                  Meeting of the                     Oxford
                            Joint Committee on Classics in       Hyatt Regency
                                   American Education
 
11:30 am - 3:00 pm                   Meeting of the       Chairman's Boardroom
                                   Finance Committee             Hyatt Regency
 
12:00 n - 1:00 pm                    Meeting of the                  Windsor B
                    Editorial Board for Non-Print Publications   Hyatt Regency
 
12:00 n - 1:30 pm                    Meeting of the          Secretary's Suite
                            Editors of Classical Journals             Marriott
 

SIXTH SESSION FOR THE READING OF PAPERS.

1:30 pm                            Section 43            Manchester Ballroom B
                                 Paper Session:                  Hyatt Regency
                                    Euripides
                             Helene Foley, Presider

1. Laurel M. Bowman, University of Victoria

Mantic Words: The Curse of Oedipus in Oedipus Coloneus (15 min.)

2. Ann C. Reynolds, University at Buffalo

Seen but Seldom Heard: Children in Euripides (15 min.)

3. Robert L. Gallagher, Ohio State University

Making the Weaker Argument Seem Stronger: Euripides' Electra 518-44 (15 min.)

4. Deborah MacInnes, Duke University

Tiresias Kallinikos: Prophecy and Sacrifice in Euripides' Phoenician Women (15 min.)

5. James Barrett, Cornell University

Pentheus and the Messenger in Euripides' Bacchae (15 min.)

6. Benjamin H. Weaver, Yale University

The Competitive Maenadism of the Daughters of Cadmus: Bacchae 1233-43 (15 min.)

Discussion

1:30 pm                         Section 44               Manchester Ballroom C
                              Paper Session:                     Hyatt Regency
                  Presocratic and Hellenistic Philosophy
                      Lisa Kallet-Marx, Presider

1. Jonathan Fenno, University of California, Los Angeles

Pythagoras, Early Pythagoreans and Tyranny (15 min.)

2. Ferdinand A. Van Gameren, Boston University

The Trial of Anaxagoras: A Lesson in Political Irony (15 min.)

3. Francis M. Dunn, University of California, Santa Barbara

Antiphon on Time (15 min.)

4. Jesse Harvey, University of Virginia

Politics and Public Service in Xenophon's Symposium (15 min.)

5. Michael Wigodsky, Stanford University

The Commom Judgment versus Arbitrary Standards in Philodemus On Poems V, Cols. XXII-XXIII J. (15 min.)

6. Joseph G. DeFilippo, University of North Dakota

Cicero and the Stoic Defense of Divination (15 min.)

1:30 pm                        Section 45                Manchester Ballroom A
                             Paper Session:                      Hyatt Regency
                                  Virgil
                         James O'Hara, Presider

1. Christine Perkell/Zarbin, Emory University

The "Dying Gallus" and the Design of Eclogue 10 (15 min.)

2. Lorenz Rumpf, University of Frankfurt

Bucolic Elements: On the Use of Nouns in Virgil's Eclogues (15 min.)

3. Keith Nightenhelser, DePauw University

The Aeneid's First Word as Allusive Art (15 min.)

4. R. Alden Smith, Baylor University

Hic Terminus Haeret: Dido and the DRN (15 min.)

5. Trevor Fear, University of Southern California

Jupiter's Ironic Messenger: Normalizing the Deviant (15 min.)

6. D. Felton, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Aeneas' Wound: An Example of Mythical Patterning in the Aeneid (15 min.)

 

1:30 pm                         Section 46               Manchester Ballroom F
                              Paper Session:                     Hyatt Regency
                             Class and Status
                         Keith Bradley, Presider

1. Anthony T. Edwards, University of California, San Diego

Hesiod the Peasant? (15 min.)

2. Vincent J. Rosivach, Fairfield University

The Emergence of the Classic Slave Regime in Athens (15 min.)

3. D. Brendan Nagle, University of Southern California

Oikos, Polis and Natural Slavery (15 min.)

4. Peter Alan Hunt, Stanford University

The Slaves and the Generals at Arginusae (15 min.)

5. Margaret A. Imber, Stanford University

Cops, Robbers and Democratic Ideology (15 min.)

6. Leslie Kurke, University of California, Berkeley

Inventing the Hetaira: Sex, Politics and Discursive Conflict in Archaic Greece (15 min.)

Discussion

1:30 pm                         Section 47                           Windsor B
                              Paper Session:                     Hyatt Regency
                                 Tacitus
                         Ronald Mellor, Presider

1. Patrick Sinclair, University of California, Irvine

Revelation, Gender and Rhetoric in Tacitean Historiography (15 min.)

2. Elizabeth Keitel, University of Massachusetts

The Non-Appearance of the Phoenix at Tacitus Annals 6.28 (15 min.)

3. Victoria E. Pagán, University of Chicago

Arminius, Epicharis and Cremutius: Distant Voices of Freedom in the Annals of Tacitus (15 min.)

4. Holly Haynes, University of Washington

Shades of Nero: An Analysis of Galba's Regime in Tacitus' Histories (15 min.)

Discussion

 

1:30 pm                         Section 48               Manchester Ballroom E
                              Panel Session:                     Hyatt Regency
                      Journal of the Plague Years:
                  AIDS and Classical Plague Narrative
           Kirk Ormand and Jeffrey S. Carnes, Co-Organizers

1. Kirk Ormand, Loyola University, Chicago

AIDS and the Classics: Plagues, Power, and Discourse (15 min.)

2. John Kirby, Purdue University

Illness as Text: The Semiotics of Medicine from Hippocrates to AIDS (20 min.)

3. Ben Hennelley, Brown University

Plague and Passion: Virgil's Noric Plague and Sacrificial Crisis (20 min.)

4. Jeffrey S. Carnes, Syracuse University

A Plague on Discourse: Oedipus and the Resistance to Metaphor (20 min.)

Commentator: S. Georgia Nugent, Princeton University (20 min.)

Discussion (25 min.)

1:30 pm                        Section 49                Manchester Ballroom I
                Three Year Colloquium on Greek Law:              Hyatt Regency
                               Greek Law
                     Edward M. Harris, Organizer

Introduction: Edward M. Harris, Brooklyn College and Graduate School, CUNY (10 min.)

1. Michael Gagarin, University of Texas, Austin

Rhetoric and Law at Gortyn (20 min.)

2. Victor Bers, Yale University

The Jury in Rhetoric, Theory, and Spectacle (20 min.)

3. James Sickinger, Florida State University, Tallahassee

The Athenian Lawcode: Publication, Preservation and Consultation (20 min.)

4. Edwin Carawan, Southwest Missouri State University

Pronoia and the Religious Origins of Mens Rea (15 min.)

5. Gailann Rickert, Dickinson College

Premeditation, Intention and Foresight in Athenian Homicide Law (15 min.)

Respondent(s): Stephen Todd, University of Keele (10 min.)

Discussion

 

1:30 pm                           Section 50             Manchester Ballroom D
                          Three-Year Colloquium:                 Hyatt Regency
               The Personal Voice in Classical Scholarship
         Thomas Van Nortwick and Judith Hallett, Co-Organizers

1. John G. Fitch, University of Victoria, BC

Situated Knowledge: Responding to Lucretius (20 min.)

2. James R. Baron, College of William and Mary

A Child of the Soil Reads Catullus, Horace and Vergil (20 min.)

3. Raymond J. Starr, Wellesley College

Ancient Commentators and Contingent Readings of Sub-Literary Texts (20 min.)

4. Christopher C. Spelman, Duke University

The Dilemma of Hero or Collaborator: Reading Catullus 62 (20 min.)

Respondent: Gary Matthews, San Francisco University (20 min.)

Discussion

1:30 pm                             Section 51                       Windsor A
                                  Panel Session:                 Hyatt Regency
                                    Papyrology
                        Jennifer A. Sheridan, Organizer
            (Sponsored by the American Society of Papyrologists)

Presider: Roger S. Bagnall, Columbia University

1. John Oates, Duke University

Equal in Honor to the First Friends (15 min.)

2. Bradford Kirkegaard & Elizabeth Lisi, University of Pennsylvania

Marriage and Divorce in Roman Egypt (15 min.)

3. Gregg Schwendner, Independent Scholar

Callimachus in the House of Psalms at Karanis (15 min.)

4. Traianos Gagos and Ann E. Hanson, University of Michigan

Well Articulated Spaces: [Hippocrates] Epidemics II 6.7-22 (P. Fackelmann 4 + P. Princ. AM 15960A) (15 min.)

Discussion

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm               Annual Meeting of the                Windsor A
                         American Society of Papyrologists       Hyatt Regency
 
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm                  Meeting of the         Chairman's Boardroom
                           Committee for the Performance         Hyatt Regency
                                 of Classical Texts
 
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm           Open Business Meeting of the          Torrey 1/2/3
                              Women's Classical Caucus                Marriott
 
 
 
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm                  Plenary Session        San Diego Ballroom C
                   President-Elect Robert Kaster Presiding            Marriott
 
                                 Presentation of the
             Awards for Excellence in the Teaching of the Classics
 
                                 Presentation of the
                         Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit
 
                    Presidential Address, Emily Townsend Vermeule
                  Archaeology and Philology:  The Dirt and the Word
 
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm            Presidential Reception     San Diego Ballroom A/B
                          All APA Members are invited                 Marriott
              (Tickets distributed with registration materials)
 
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm         Informal Networking Session        West Lobby Lounge
                         for New and Old Members of the               Marriott
                            Women's Classical Caucus
 
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm   Meeting of the Alumni Association  Manchester Ballroom D/E
                         of the American School of               Hyatt Regency
                        Classical Studies at Athens
 
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm         Informal Reading Session                   Connaught
                    of Greek and Latin sponsored by the          Hyatt Regency
        Society for the Oral Reading of Greek and Latin Literature
 
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm  Annual Meeting of Contributors of the  Chairman's Boardroom
                        Corpus of Etruscan Mirrors               Hyatt Regency
 
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm Meeting of the Antiquities Publication Chairman's Boardroom
                  Committee of the American Academy in Rome      Hyatt Regency
 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1995

SEVENTH SESSION FOR THE READING OF PAPERS.

8:00 am - 12:00 n                Registration               Second Floor Foyer
                                                                 Hyatt Regency
 
8:00 am - 9:00 am               Meeting of the               Secretary's Suite
                            Committee on Research                     Marriott
 
8:30 am                           Section 52             Manchester Ballroom D
                                Paper Session:                   Hyatt Regency
                                     Plato
                           Marilyn Skinner, Presider

1. Dirk t.D. Held, Connecticut College

Dialectic and Character in Plato's Meno (15 min.)

2. William C. Stull, University of Chicago

Logos and Mythos in Plato's Gorgias (15 min.)

3. David M. Johnson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

God as Mirror for the Soul: Plato, Alcibiades 133c (15 min.)

4. Eunshil Bae, University of California, Los Angeles

Plato's Conception of Soul (Psyche) in the Phaedo and the Timaeus (15 min.)

5. Richard Hamilton Armstrong, University of Houston

Mistaken Pleasures: Plato and Freud on Pleasure and Tragedy (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                          Section 53              Manchester Ballroom A
                               Paper Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                          Geography and Ethnicity
                         Richard Talbert, Presider

1. Craige Champion, Allegheny College

Ethnic Stereotypes in Polybius and the Speech of Agelaus at Naupactus, 217 BCE (Hist. 5.104.1-1) (15 min.)

2. Trevor Murphy, University of California, Berkeley

The Rhetorical Geography of Pliny the Elder (15 min.)

3. Susan P. Mattern, Yale University

The Roman Geography of Northern Europe and Trajan's Conquest of Dacia (15 min.)

4. Judith Perkins, Saint Joseph College, Hartford, Ct.

Heliodorus' Aithiopika: An Ancient Passing Novel (15 min.)

5. Gavin Sundwall, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Ammianus Geographicus (15 min.)

Discussion

 

8:30 am                         Section 54               Manchester Ballroom B
                              Paper Session:                     Hyatt Regency
                            Ancient Documents
                       Charles Hamilton, Presider

1. Robert M. Simms, SUNY, Albany

Herakles (15 min.)

2. Nigel M. Kennell, Memorial University of Newfoundland

The Tyranny of Herodes Attticus (15 min.)

3. Ariel Loftus, University of Michigan

Theramenes in Egypt: A New Fragment of the Theramenes Papyrus (15 min.)

4. Kent J. Rigsby, Duke University

A Suppliant at Gerasa (15 min.)

5. William T. Loomis, Union College

Entella Tables VI (254-241 BC) and VII (20th century AD?) (15 min.)

Discussion

8:30 am                        Section 55                Manchester Ballroom E
                             Paper Session:                      Hyatt Regency
                                  Ovid
                       Richard Tarrant, Presider

1. Dennis R. McClure, University of Iowa

Ovid's Use of Anti-Exempla in Amores 1.9 (15 min.)

2. Jeffrey Wills, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Ovid's Incaedua Silva: Home to Tragedy or Elegy? (15 min.)

3. Sara H. Lindheim, Brown University

Mail and Female: Epistolary Narrative and Ovid's Penelope (15 min.)

4. Hugh C. Parker, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

The Metamorphosis of the Magna Mater: Cybele in Ovid's Fasti (15 min.)

5. Thomas D. Frazel, University of California, Los Angeles

Is Fasti 6.319ff. a "Comic" Rape? (15 min.)

Discussion

 

8:30 am                         Section 56               Manchester Ballroom I
                 Organizer Refereed Panel Session:               Hyatt Regency
                 Comedy Today: Adapting Plautus for
                         Contemporary Audiences
        Jane M. Cody and Judith P. Hallett, Co-Organizers

1. Leslie Cahoon, Gettysburg College

Performing Plautus in the Provinces (20 min.)

2. John H. Starks, Jr., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Make 'em Laugh: The Staging of Plautus' Poenulus (18 min.)

3. Kenneth Hamma, J. Paul Getty Museum

A Production of Plautus' Casina and Menander's Samia (20 min.)

4. Timothy J. Moore, University of Texas, Austin

Toward a Plautine Acting Style: Theory and Practice (20 min.)

5. Anne H. Groton, Saint Olaf College

Rhyme, Women and Song: Getting in Tune with Plautus (20 min.)

Commentators:

George Bistransin, Theater Ludicrum, Boston (5 min)

Mary Kay Gamel, University of California, Santa Cruz (5 min)

James Tatum, Dartmouth College (5 min.)

8:30 am                         Section 57               Manchester Ballroom F
              Three-Year Colloquium on Ancient Rhetoric:         Hyatt Regency
              Finding the Audience in Classical Rhetoric
                     William Batstone, Organizer

Chair: Cynthia Bannon, Indiana University

1. Paula Arnold Debnar, Mount Holyoke College

Diodotus' Paradox (Thuc. 3.42-48) (15 min.)

2. Ann N. Michelini, University of Cincinnati

Isocrates and His Audience: On the Peace (15 min.)

3. Ruth Webb, King's College, London

Imagination and the Arousal of the Emotions (15 min.)

4. M. A. Fusco, Vassar College

The Many Audiences of Ciceronian Oratory (15 min.)

5. Andrew M. Riggsby, University of Texas, Austin

Taking the Roman Courts Seriously (15 min.)

Respondent: Elaine Fantham, Princeton University (20 min.)

 

8:30 am                        Section 58                Manchester Ballroom C
                             Panel Session:                      Hyatt Regency
              The Sounds and Performance of Sappho's Poetry
                    Stephen G. Daitz, Organizer
          (Sponsored by the Society for the Oral Reading of
                      Greek and Latin Literature)
                       Matthew Dillon Presiding

1. André Lardinois, University of Minnesota

Introduction: Sappho and the Performance of Greek Lyric Poetry (15 min.)

2. Ellen Greene, University of Oklahoma

Love's Thelxis: Sound and Seduction in Sappho 94 (15 min.)

3. Stephen G. Daitz, City University of New York

The Sounds of Sappho 1 (15 min.)

4. Paula Reiner, Butler University

Learning by Performance: Sappho 31 (15 min.)

Workshop: Reading the Sapphic Strophe Aloud (45 min.)

8:30 am                            Section 59                      Windsor A/B
                                    Workshop:                    Hyatt Regency
                   Aristotle's Criticisms of Plato's Socrates
                           Anthony Preus, Organizer
           (Sponsored by the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy)

Chair: Thomas M. Robinson, University of Toronto

1. Christos Evangeliou, Towson State University

Even Friends Cannot Have All Things in Common: Aristotle's Critique of Plato's Republic (50 min.)

2. Erik Ostenfeld, Aarhus University, Denmark

Socratic Argument-Strategies and Aristotle's Topics and Sophistical Refutations (50 min.)

Discussion

9:00 am                       Section 60                 Manchester Ballroom H
                         Joint Panel Session:                    Hyatt Regency
                  Roman Baths and Bathing Culture
                    Garrett G. Fagan, Organizer

Introduction: Fikret Yegül, University of California, Santa Barbara (15 min.)

1. Janet DeLaine, University of Reading, UK

A Blue-Print for the Imperial Thermae? (20 min.)

2. A. Trevor Hodge, Carleton University

Water, Water Everywhere, and Not a Drop to Drink: The Hydraulics of Roman Baths (20 min.)

3. Chris Simpson, Wilfrid Laurier University

Innovation and the Baths of Agrippa: An Exaggerated Claim? (15 min.)

4. Christer Bruun, University of Toronto

Roman Lead Pipe Stamps and Owners and Donors of Public Baths in Campania (15 min.)

5. Garrett G. Fagan, University of British Columbia

The Roman Elite at the Public Baths (15 min.)

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