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Abstracts - 143rd Annual Meeting

The following table follows the order of the paper sessions for the 143rd annual meeting. Click on the title of a paper to view the text of the abstract.

Panel Speaker Panel Title Presenter Title
01 1 Greek Epic Emily B. West The Transformation of Cyavana: A Study in the Transformation of Oral Narrative
01 2 Greek Epic Jason Aftosmis The Homeric Erinys and Its Tabu Epithets: A Vedic Perspective
01 3 Greek Epic Bruce Louden Hesiod and Genesis: Iapetos and Japheth
01 4 Greek Epic Jonathan Fenno Stretching out the Battle in Equal Portions: An Iliadic Metaphor from Mensuration
01 5 Greek Epic Alexander Loney A Narratology of Revenge in the Odyssey
02 1 Hellenistic Poetry Jackie Murray Read in the stars: The date of Apollonius' Argonautica
02 2 Hellenistic Poetry Amanda Regan Poets and Foundation Heroes: Apollonius' Orpheus in North Africa
02 3 Hellenistic Poetry Michael E. Brumbaugh Kallimachos and the Euphrates: Trashing the Seleukid 'Nile'
02 4 Hellenistic Poetry Emily M. Rush Posidippus' Serpentine Strategies in AB 15
02 5 Hellenistic Poetry Courtney J. P. Friesen This Cosmos and This Community: Self-Referentiality, Deixis, and Ideology in Cleanthes' Hymn to Zeus
03 1 Roman Drama Jay Fisher Will the Real Jason Please Stand Up? The Argonautic Cycle in the Pseudolus of Plautus
03 2 Roman Drama Basil J. Dufallo In the Image of Jupiter: Ecphrasis, Rape, and Greek Culture in Terence's Eunuchus
03 3 Roman Drama Carrie Mowbray Oracles 'Overfulfilled' and confatalia in Senecan Drama
03 4 Roman Drama Lauren Donovan Ginsberg Magni resto nominis umbra: Wars more than civil in the pseudo-Senecan Octavia
04 1 Roman Historiography Jessica H. Clark Parva laus pro factis: Ennius, Cato and Livy on Military Tribunes
04 2 Roman Historiography John A. Lobur Cornelius Nepos's Triumviral Biographies and Roman Imperial Ideology
04 3 Roman Historiography Lydia Spielberg Vitellius versus Thrasea in Tacitus' Histories II91 and Annals XIV49
04 4 Roman Historiography Arthur J. Pomeroy Fabius and Minucius in Tacitus, Annals 15
04 5 Roman Historiography Peter DeRousse A Survey of Source Citations in Tacitus' Annals
05 1 Beyond Multiculturalism: Classica Africana and the Universalization of the Classical Experience Barbara Goff Niobe of the Nations: classical metaphors in the writings of nineteenth century West African nationalists
05 2 Beyond Multiculturalism: Classica Africana and the Universalization of the Classical Experience Daniel Orrells Molora:Greek Tragedy and South African Democracy
05 3 Beyond Multiculturalism: Classica Africana and the Universalization of the Classical Experience Margaret Malamud The Uses of Antiquity in Antebellum African American History
05 4 Beyond Multiculturalism: Classica Africana and the Universalization of the Classical Experience Heidi Morse Figural Rhetoric: Anna Julia Cooper's Ciceronian Transformations
05 5 Beyond Multiculturalism: Classica Africana and the Universalization of the Classical Experience Mathias Hanses E Pluribus Unum: Moving Classica Africana from “Classicists” to “Classicism”
06 1 Touch David Sedley The duality of touch at Lucretius 2431-41
06 2 Touch Ellen Oliensis Touching words: Ovid Amores 1.4 and 1.5
06 3 Touch Brooke Holmes Touching Pain: The Mechanics of Sympathy at [Arist.] Problemata 7.7
06 4 Touch Silvia Montiglio Hands Know the Truth better than Eyes or Ears: Touch and Recognition
06 5 Touch Heinrich von Staden Touch in ancient medicine: from a 'harvest of sorrows' to nature's music in the arteries
07 1 Bilingual Inscriptions and Cultural Interactions in the Greco-Roman World Patricia BUTZ The Bilingual Greek and Latin Inscriptions of Delos: A Corpus in the Making
07 2 Bilingual Inscriptions and Cultural Interactions in the Greco-Roman World Brad BITNER Τὰ γραφέντα PRO ROSTRIS LECTA: Bilingual (In)scribing at Roman Corinth
07 3 Bilingual Inscriptions and Cultural Interactions in the Greco-Roman World Jonathan Price The Multi-lingual Synagogue Inscriptions in Syria and Iudaea/Palaestina
07 4 Bilingual Inscriptions and Cultural Interactions in the Greco-Roman World Stephanie Frampton The Alphabets of Italy: Abecedariaas Alloglottographic Texts
07 5 Bilingual Inscriptions and Cultural Interactions in the Greco-Roman World Christopher Kenneth Geggie Greco-Roman Bilingualism and Identity: A New Interpretation of CIL 614672
08 1 Getting What You Want: Queering Ancient Courtship Michael Broder Mentula Quem Pascit: Queering Courtship in Martial and Juvenal[1]
08 2 Getting What You Want: Queering Ancient Courtship Jessica Westerhold Queer Exchanges: Iphis and Ianthe in Ovid's Metamorphoses
08 4 Getting What You Want: Queering Ancient Courtship Mark Masterson The Significance of Courting Paul
09 1 Greek Historiography Robert J. Gorman Ionian 'Softness' and the Battle of Lade: Hdt. 6.11-17
09 2 Greek Historiography Valerio Caldesi Valeri Minos and the Boundaries of Historical Inquiry
09 3 Greek Historiography Tobias Joho The analytical quality of Thucydides' abstract style
10 1 Imagining Alexander Jennifer Finn Learning kingship in the pages of Xenophon: Alexander the Great and the intersections between the literary and historical Cyrus
10 2 Imagining Alexander Georgia Tsouvala Re-Reading Plutarch's Alexander and the "Unity of Mankind"
10 3 Imagining Alexander Julie Langford Becoming Alexander: Caracalla, Imperial Self-Presentation and the Politics of Inclusion
10 4 Imagining Alexander Edmund Richardson Mr. Masson and the Lost City: A Study in Reception and Absence
11 1 Greek Lyric Poetry Melissa Y. Mueller Sappho, Memory, and Reperformance
11 2 Greek Lyric Poetry Nicholas O. Boterf Alcman Gourmand: The Politics of Eating in Archaic Sparta
11 3 Greek Lyric Poetry Leon A. Wash As Homeric As Pindar May Be: Notes on Pindar's Pythian 2.72
11 4 Greek Lyric Poetry Anastasia-Erasmia Peponi Dance and Meaning: Alcman, Xenophon, and Paul Valéry
12 1 Latin Lexicography: Theory, Practice and Influence from Republican Rome to Late Antiquity Marie-Karine Lhommé Festus' mistakes or: On Verrius Flaccus' working methods
12 2 Latin Lexicography: Theory, Practice and Influence from Republican Rome to Late Antiquity Peggy Lecaudé Meaning and use of Greek in Festus' De uerborum significatione
12 3 Latin Lexicography: Theory, Practice and Influence from Republican Rome to Late Antiquity Adam Gitner Latin ≠ Greek: Idiomata in Theory and Practice
12 4 Latin Lexicography: Theory, Practice and Influence from Republican Rome to Late Antiquity Guiseppe Pezzini Marius Victorinus and Latin Orthographic Theories: From Verrius Flaccus to Bede
14 1 Intertexuality and its Discontents Nigel Nicholson Cultural Studies, Anecdotes and the Problems of Intertextuality
14 2 Intertexuality and its Discontents Christopher Polt Tully's Candor? Literary Translation, Intertextual Polemic, and Political Criticism in Cicero's De Re Publica
14 3 Intertexuality and its Discontents John Henkel Vergil Talks Technique: Metapoetic Trees in the Georgics
14 4 Intertexuality and its Discontents Tara Welch Was Valerius Maximus a Plagiarist?
14 5 Intertexuality and its Discontents Matthew Roller On the intersematics of monuments in Augustan Rome
15 1 Women and War Danielle LaLonde Tarpeia's Peace Treaty in Propertius 4.4
15 2 Women and War Karen Acton Imperial Women and the Civil War: Poppaea, Berenice, and Triaria in Tacitus' Histories
15 3 Women and War Marian Makins From Widows to Witches: Women and Aftermath in Roman Imperial Literature
16 1 Greek Comedy Jennifer S. Starkey And the Winner is . . . Not Apollodorus
16 2 Greek Comedy Craig Jendza Xurophoreis and Xiphēphoros: Lexical and Plot Parody in Aristophanes
16 3 Greek Comedy Daniel Walin Chutra as a Vaginal and Uterine Metaphor in Aristophanic Comedy
16 4 Greek Comedy Carolyn MacDonald Aristophanes Kathartes: the Comic Poet as Heroic Quack
17 1 Greek History Peter W. Rose Colonization: The Case Against Confusion
17 2 Greek History David Rosenbloom Naval Service and Mass Political Power in Classical Athens: An Inverse Relation?
17 3 Greek History Christopher Baron Adopting an Ancestor:Mythological Genealogies and Barbarians at the Edges of the Greek World
17 4 Greek History Matthew Simonton Performance, audience, and politics in the Rhodian revolution of 395
17 5 Greek History S. Douglas Olson The New Erechtheid Casualty List Epigram from Marathon: Athens and Herodes Atticus Remember
18 1 Philosophy in the Roman World Seth A. Holm The Specter of Tantalus: Didactic Concealment in De Rerum Natura
18 2 Philosophy in the Roman World Katharine E. Piller A Ciceronian Microcosm: The Miniaturization of Philosophy in the Paradoxa Stoicorum
18 3 Philosophy in the Roman World Jed W. Atkins Natural Law and the Laws of Cicero's De legibus
18 4 Philosophy in the Roman World Bart Van Wassenhove Shame and moral progress in Seneca's Letters
18 5 Philosophy in the Roman World Géraldine Hertz Pythagorean echemythia reinterpreted by Plutarch: an attempt to keep human discourse on God in check
19 1 Teaching about Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century Ronnie Ancona Whom Do We Teach About Classics Pedagogy and Why?
19 2 Teaching about Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century Michael Goyette Quis docebit ipsos doctores?: A Graduate Student Perspective on Learning to Teach Classics
19 3 Teaching about Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century William W. Batstone A Graduate Level Latin Pedagogy Course in a Classics Ph.D. Program
19 4 Teaching about Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century Anna McCullough From Graduate Level Latin Pedagogy Course to Classics Pedagogy Course
19 5 Teaching about Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century Laurie H. Keenan Textbook Pedagogy: Some Considerations
19 6 Teaching about Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century Andrew Reinhard Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century: Technology
19 7 Teaching about Classics Pedagogy in the 21st Century Eric Dugdale Classics Pedagogy for Teaching in a Liberal Arts College
20 1 Greco-Egyptian Religion in Light of the Demotic Sources Heinz-Josef Thissen Ptolemaic Decrees and the Relation between Priests and the King
20 2 Greco-Egyptian Religion in Light of the Demotic Sources Joachim Quack The Manual of the Ideal Egyptian Temple
20 3 Greco-Egyptian Religion in Light of the Demotic Sources Kim Ryholt Egyptian historical literature from the Tebtunis temple library
20 4 Greco-Egyptian Religion in Light of the Demotic Sources Franziska Naether Oracles, Dreams, Magical Spells: Bilingualism in Religious Texts
20 5 Greco-Egyptian Religion in Light of the Demotic Sources Mark Depauw The Rise of Egyptian Religion in Roman Egypt: Two Studies in Cultural Interaction
21 1 Postcolonial Latin American Adaptations of Greek and Roman Drama Jesse Weiner Antigone in Juárez: Tragedy and Politics on Mexico's Northern Border
21 2 Postcolonial Latin American Adaptations of Greek and Roman Drama Jacques A. Bromberg Sophoclean Poetics in Gabriel García Márquez's La hojarasca
21 3 Postcolonial Latin American Adaptations of Greek and Roman Drama Rosa Margarita Andújar The Limits of Resistance and Puerto Rican Realities in Luis Rafael Sánchez's La Pasión según Antígona Pérez
21 4 Postcolonial Latin American Adaptations of Greek and Roman Drama Katie Billotte Heroes and Monsters: Hippolytus and the Minotaur in Third-Millennial Argentina
21 5 Postcolonial Latin American Adaptations of Greek and Roman Drama Rodrigo Tadeu Gonçalves Guilherme Figueiredo's Um Deus Dormiu lá em Casa and the tradition of translation and rewriting of Plautus' Amphitruo
22 1 Relapse: The Recurring Plague in Western Tradition Lisa Whitlatch Grattius' Positive Reevaluation of the Plague
22 2 Relapse: The Recurring Plague in Western Tradition Pietra Schierl God(s) and the Plague
22 3 Relapse: The Recurring Plague in Western Tradition David Larmour Juvenal's Plague of Satire
22 4 Relapse: The Recurring Plague in Western Tradition Matthew Gumpert Metaphor as Illness: Hypersemiosis in Oedipus Tyrannus
22 5 Relapse: The Recurring Plague in Western Tradition Stephen Kidd Being Infected: Oedipus Tyrannus, Roth's Nemesis, and tragedy beyond the political
23 1 Reconstructing Herculaneum Papyri: A Practical Introduction Jeffrey Fish The Reconstruction of Philodemus' On the Good King According to Homer
23 2 Reconstructing Herculaneum Papyri: A Practical Introduction Richard Janko Reconstructing Philodemus' On Poems Book 2
24 1 Visualization in Ancient Texts Robert W. Groves Statue to Story: Ovid's Metamorphosis of Hermaphroditus
24 2 Visualization in Ancient Texts Erika Zimmermann Damer The Poetics of Embodiment in Propertius 4.7
24 3 Visualization in Ancient Texts Kristi Eastin Picturing the Georgics: Visual Translations of Vergil's Rustic Poetry
24 4 Visualization in Ancient Texts David B. Wharton The Problem of Basic Color Terms in Latin: The Case of Pliny the Elder
24 5 Visualization in Ancient Texts Catherine Connors Strabo's episcopalianism: Vision, power and geographical narrative
25 1 Republican History Gregory G. Pellam Ceres and the 'State within the State' in the Early Roman Republic
25 2 Repulican History Dylan Bloy The Geography of Triumph, 200-167 B.C.
25 3 Republican History Bernd Steinbock Ambitus in Polybius' Greek Political Theory
25 4 Republican History Arthur Thourson Jones Agricultural Change and Natural Disasters: A Locust Plague in Africa during the Roman Republic
25 5 Republican History Patrick Kent The Recruitment of Italian Allies in the Armies of the Roman Republic
25 6 Republican History Michael Snowdon 'On Behalf of Roman Hegemony and the Common Freedom': I.Ephesos 8 and the Greek Perspective of Roman Rule in the Late Republic
26 1 Law in the Undergraduate Curriculum Victor Bers An Advanced-Level Greek Course on Athenian Law Courts
26 2 Law in the Undergraduate Curriculum Kevin Crotty Law and Laughter: Athenian Law in its Social Context
26 3 Law in the Undergraduate Curriculum Leanne Bablitz Living Roman Law
26 4 Law in the Undergraduate Curriculum Bruce Frier Roman Law for Undergraduates: The Case for Law Itself
27 1 The Literatures of the Roman Empire Daniel L. Selden Impossible Subjects: The Mishnah as a Roman Imperial Text
27 2 The Literatures of the Roman Empire Tim Whitmarsh (Don't) Fight the Power: Cosmos, Empire and Identity in the Syriac Book of the Laws of the Countries
27 3 The Literatures of the Roman Empire Judith Perkins Language Matters in the Aithiopikaand the Acts of Thomas
27 4 The Literatures of the Roman Empire Greg Woolf Sacred Literatures
28 1 Abstracting Classics: Cy Twombly, Modern Art and the Ancient World Ahuvia Kahane Image, Word, and History: Cy Twombly and Antiquity
28 2 Abstracting Classics: Cy Twombly, Modern Art and the Ancient World Carol Nigro Pursuing the "Primitive": Contextualizing History and Myth in Cy Twombly's Works
28 3 Abstracting Classics: Cy Twombly, Modern Art and the Ancient World Nicholas Cullinan Rewriting History: Cy Twombly's Discursive Drawings
28 4 Abstracting Classics: Cy Twombly, Modern Art and the Ancient World Tim Rood Twombly's Narratives of Conflict: The Anabasis Series
28 5 Abstracting Classics: Cy Twombly, Modern Art and the Ancient World Mary Jacobus Shades of Eternal Night: Twombly’s Fifty Days at Iliam
29 1 Classics in Action: How to Engage with the Public Judith P. Hallett Public Engagement and Classical Outreach
29 2 Classics in Action: How to Engage with the Public Nancy S. Rabinowitz Outreach to the Inside: Teaching in Prison
29 3 Classics in Action: How to Engage with the Public Mary-Kay Gamel and Jana Adamitis Theaters of War
29 4 Classics in Action: How to Engage with the Public Peter Meineck Ancient Greeks/Modern Lives: American cultural catharsis via the classics
31 1 Sex, Reproduction and Medicine Aileen Das The Understanding of Uterine Suffocation in Plato, Galen, and Ar-Rāzī
31 2 Sex, Reproduction and Medicine Molly Jones-Lewis Eunuchs and Male Infertility in the Roman Empire
31 3 Sex, Reproduction and Medicine Paul Keyser Developments in Surgical Abortion ca100 CE
31 4 Sex, Reproduction and Medicine Nathan Pilkington The Age of Roman Girls at Menarche
31 5 Sex, Reproduction and Medicine Bronwen Wickkiser A Sterilis Amor: Antaphrodisiacs, Abortifacients, and Ovid's Apollo and Daphne
32 1 Novel Saundra Schwartz Gamos and Kenogamion in Achilles Tatius, Revisited: Legal Pluralism on the Eve of the Constitutio Antoniniana
32 2 Novel Kathryn S. Chew What it Means to be a Man: sōphrosynē in the Greek Novels
32 3 Novel Ashli J. E. Baker Doing Things with Words: The Force of Law and Magic in Apuleius' Metamorphoses
32 4 Novel David Konstan Beauty in the Greek Novel
33 1 Bodies, Care and Pain Sarah Scullin The exception proves the rule? An evaluation of the evidence for a Hippocratic belief in the subjectivity of pain
33 2 Bodies, Care and Pain Fanny L. Dolansky Healing Bodies: Slave women and the health of the household
33 3 Bodies, Care and Pain Sarah H. Blake Instrumentum Domesticum: Masters, Slaves and Objects in Martial's Apophoreta
34 1 Antiquity in Action: Tradition, Reception, and the Boundaries of Classical Studies Craig Kallendorf Vergil, Reception, and Book History
34 2 Antiquity in Action: Tradition, Reception, and the Boundaries of Classical Studies Glenn Most Bifocal Reception: Hecuba vs. The Trojan Women
34 3 Antiquity in Action: Tradition, Reception, and the Boundaries of Classical Studies Konstantinos P. Nikloutsos In Defense of 'Reception': Virgil, Syncretism, and Early Postcolonial Argentine Dramaturgy
34 4 Antiquity in Action: Tradition, Reception, and the Boundaries of Classical Studies Madeleine Henry The Other Side of Atlantis
36 1 Creating Collective Memory in the Greek City Julia Shear The epitaphios and the construction of Athenian collective memory
36 2 Creating Collective Memory in the Greek City Jessica Paga The Athenian victory at Marathon and the contested memory of war
36 3 Creating Collective Memory in the Greek City Polly Low Commemorating destruction and reshaping memory in Athenian inscriptions
36 4 Creating Collective Memory in the Greek City Graham Oliver Forgetting the past: inscriptions and social memory in post-Classical Athens
37 1 Aristotle J. Noel Hubler Aristotle on Truth: An analogous notion
38 1 Asceticism and Monasticism in Late Antiquity Mary Frances Williams St. Ambrose and his Ideas of Asceticism in De officiis 3.1-7
39 1 Greek and Latin Linguistics Dieter Gunkel Lengthening in Attic primary comparatives revisited
39 2 Greek and Latin Linguistics Sara Kaczko Some Remarks on the Language of Archaic and Classical Dedicatory Attic Epigrams on Stone
39 4 Greek and Latin Linguistics Michael Weiss Lat. ōra 'border' and ora 'hawser': polysemy or homonymy?
40 1 Roman Religion and Death Regina M Loehr Caesar's Druids: Reflections of the Roman Pontificate
40 2 Roman Religion and Death Zsuzsanna Varhelyi Women and sacrifice in the Roman Empire
40 3 Roman Religion and Death Stanly H Rauh On "Roman Death"
40 4 Roman Religion and Death Neeltje (Inger) I Kuin Unseen and Unharmed: Hidden Performative Writing in Roman Epitaphs
40 5 Roman Religion and Death Goran Vidovic Paint It Black: Visual Devices of Religious Polemic in Prudentius and the Querolus
41 1 Law and Economics Cristina Carusi The lease of the Piraeus theatre and the lease terminology in classical Athens
41 2 Law and Economics Ifigeneia N Giannadaki Time limit (prothesmia) in graphe paranomon
41 3 Law and Economics Clare P Rowan The Booty Market and the Commercialization of War in Republican Rome
41 4 Law and Economics Andreas Bendlin Collegia sodalicia? A misunderstood passage in the Digests, Roman associations, and imperial government
41 5 Law and Economics Christer Bruun A "Beroian Frontinus"? News on Water Management and Distribution in Roman Macedonia
42 1 Vergil and his Reception Christine Marquis Aeneas' Mommy Issues: An Intertext and Other Hints
42 2 Vergil and his Reception Eric J Kondratieff Anchises Censorius: Vergil, Augustus and the Census of 28 BCE
42 3 Vergil and his Reception Leo R Landrey Rewriting Aeolus: Virgil and Argonautica 1.574-613
42 4 Vergil and his Reception James J. O'Hara Evander's love of gore and bloodshed in Aeneid 8
42 5 Vergil and his Reception Isabel K. Köster Vergil's Dido in Appian's Carthage
42 6 Vergil and his Reception Stephen B. Heiny Seamus Heaney's Two Vergilian Eclogues 9
43 1 Finding Peasants in Mediterranean Landscapes: New Work in Archaeology and History David Pettegrew and William Caraher Producing the Peasant in the Corinthian Countryside
43 2 Finding Peasants in Mediterranean Landscapes: New Work in Archaeology and History Robin Osborne Placing the peasant in classical Athens
43 3 Finding Peasants in Mediterranean Landscapes: New Work in Archaeology and History Nic Terrenato and Laura Motta Not your run-of-the-mill cereal farmer? The evidence from small rural settlements in the Cecina Valley in Northern Etruria
43 4 Finding Peasants in Mediterranean Landscapes: New Work in Archaeology and History Rob Witcher Stuffed or starved? Evaluating models of Roman peasantries
43 5 Finding Peasants in Mediterranean Landscapes: New Work in Archaeology and History Kim Bowes Excavating the Roman Peasant
44 1 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Peter O'Brien "My ink is made of white snow": Le Brun's Letters from Canadian Barbary
44 2 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Michele Ronnick "Libros non Liberos Pariens:" A 17th Century Latin Pun and Feminist Symbol
44 3 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Michael Jean Auctor and Commentator: Tommaso Schifaldo's Commentary on the Epistula Sapphus
44 4 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Edward George Early Modern Historical Fiction on the Roman Republic: Juan Luis Vives and the Sullan Era
44 5 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Albert R. Baca The Joannae Virginis Laudes of Francisco Cabrera
45 1 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Students Laura Takakjy Humility, Humiliation, and Mock-Epic: Horace 1.5 and Juvenal 1.4
45 2 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Students Luca A. D'Anselmi Nos Patriam Fugimus: The Loss of the Patria and Poetic Memory in Eclogues 1 and 9
45 3 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Students Simone Waller Creative Consumption and Production in Second Sophistic Oratory
45 4 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Students Lisa Tweten Everybody Loves Plautus
45 5 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Students Philip Bennett and Steven Coyne From the Belly of a Whale to the Wolf and His Shadow: A Tale of Two Texts
46 1 Continuity and Change in the Transition from Middle to Neo-Platonism Emilie Kutash Donning the Garments of Oriental Mythology: What were Plutarch of Chaeronia and Numenius of Apamea trying to do?
46 2 Continuity and Change in the Transition from Middle to Neo-Platonism John Phillips Middle Platonists and Neoplatonists on the Eternity of the Universe
46 3 Continuity and Change in the Transition from Middle to Neo-Platonism Svetla Slaveva-Griffin Heliodorus and the Middle Platonists' Romance with the Duality of Soul
47 1 The Subject Objects: Puellae in Roman Elegy and Beyond Allen Miller Assuming the Puella
47 2 The Subject Objects: Puellae in Roman Elegy and Beyond Thea Thorsen Puella poetry – a useful term for the history of Latin literature?
47 3 The Subject Objects: Puellae in Roman Elegy and Beyond Sharon James Can the Docta Puella Really Love Poetry?
47 4 The Subject Objects: Puellae in Roman Elegy and Beyond Alison Keith Contemporary Italian Epigraphic Evidence for the Names of Elegiac Puellae
48 1 Greece and East Jeffrey Rop The Athenian Mercenaries of Darius III
48 2 Greece and East Jonathan David An Unfinished Colossal Figure on Naxos and Early Achaemenid Ventures in the South Aegean
48 3 Greece and East Norman B Sandridge Leadership and Morality in Conflict: Forgivable Envy in Xenophon's Education of Cyrus
48 4 Greece and East Noah Kaye Stoas, Kings, and Cities: Royal Euergetism and Property Rights in the Hellenistic Polis
48 5 Greece and East David M Lewis Phrygian Slaves in the Greek World
49 1 Ancient Scholarship Duncan E MacRae Catullus the Antiquarian: Catullus 17 and late Republican antiquarian discourse
49 2 Ancient Scholarship Stephen Michael Wheeler Conditores urbis sub uberibus lupae: An Etymologizing Mo(nu)ment in Livy, 10.23.12
49 3 Ancient Scholarship Tom Keeline Approaching Vergil's Use of Greek Scholarship
49 4 Ancient Scholarship Justin A Haynes Citations of Ovid in the Ancient Vergilian Commentary Tradition
49 5 Ancient Scholarship Vanessa B. Gorman Athenaean Quote and Misquote
5 2 Beyond Mutliculturalism: Classica Africana and the Universalization of the Classical Experience Daniel Orrells Molora: Greek Tragedy and South African Democracy
50 1 Satire Matthew C Farmer Rivers and Rivals in Petronius, Horace, and Aristophanes
50 2 Satire Grant A Nelsestuen Calque'lating Fruit-Galleries: A Case-Study of Satire in Varro's De Re Rustica
50 3 Satire Barbara K. Gold Juvenal: The Idea of the Book
50 4 Satire Tom A Geue Satiric Particulars: Synecdoche (and Hyperbole) in Juvenal, Satire 15
50 5 Satire Elizabeth Scharffenberger The Masks of Criticism: Pablo Helguera's The Juvenal Players
51 1 Theatre on the Move Kathryn Bosher Regional Theater in the Greek West
51 2 Theatre on the Move Anne Duncan Alexander the Great's Travelling Roadshow
51 3 Theatre on the Move George Harrison Heracles on Oeta: Not a Stoic S(t)age
51 4 Theatre on the Move Sissi Liu Musicalized Antigone on Tour
52 1 Gems of Wisdom: How Hesiod's Works and Days Teaches Athanassios Vergados Language in the Iron Age
52 2 Gems of Wisdom: How Hesiod's Works and Days Teaches Ruth Scodel The First Maxim Sequence of Works and Days
52 3 Gems of Wisdom: How Hesiod's Works and Days Teaches Richard Martin Hesiod's Cultic Poetics
52 4 Gems of Wisdom: How Hesiod's Works and Days Teaches Lilah-Grace Fraser Hesiod's Didactic Method: The Fable of the Hawk and the Nightingale
52 5 Gems of Wisdom: How Hesiod's Works and Days Teaches Zoe Stamatopoulou Works and Games: Hesiodic Instruction in Epinician Poetry
53 1 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt George Bevan and Michel Cottier New Documents from the Epagathus Archive
53 2 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt Ryan McConnell Servi Callidi: P. Cornell 127 and Slave Tarsikarioiin Late Antique Egypt
53 3 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt Alexander Jones An Enduring Genre of Deluxe Horoscope
53 4 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt Luigi Prada Interpreting Dreams in Roman Egypt and Beyond: New Papyrological Evidence in Demotic from the Fayum
53 5 Culture and Society in Greek, Rome, and Early Byzantine Egypt Celine Grassien and Alan Gampel Two Unpublished Christian Liturgical Hymns with Musical Notations
54 1 Teaching Vergil's Aeneid Jennifer A. Rea Rage against the War Machine: Teaching Vergil's Aeneid through Science Fiction
54 2 Teaching Vergil's Aeneid Keely Lake Friends, Competition, and Real Danger: Teenagers Learning Lessons from the Aeneid
54 3 Teaching Vergil's Aeneid Steven L. Tuck Teaching Vergil's Aeneid: Integrating the Visual Evidence
54 4 Teaching Vergil's Aeneid Amy Leonard Teaching Vergilian Artistry in the AP Classroom
55 1 Greek Tragedy Aara L Suksi From Mnemosyne to the Alphabet
55 2 Greek Tragedy Judith Fletcher The Stage Life of Props in Sophocles' Philoctetes and Ajax
55 3 Greek Tragedy Erika M Jeck Dating Trojan Women: The Chronology of Euripidean Tragedy Reexamined
55 4 Greek Tragedy Helene P. Foley Reconsidering 'The Mimetic Action of the Chorus'
56 1 Epigraphy and Cult John ANZ Tully Encountering the Divine on Hellenistic Thera
56 2 Epigraphy and Cult Chad E Austino Timotheus Builds a Sanctuary within a Sanctuary: The Dynamics of Religion and Law in Hellenistic Civic Cults
56 3 Epigraphy and Cult Kristin M. Heineman Oracles of Asia Minor: Success during Delphi's Decline
56 4 Epigraphy and Cult Andrew C. Johnston Local Heroes, Eponymous Divinities, and Imagined Communities in Roman Spain and Gaul
57 1 Roman Imperial History Y N Gershon 'Pech für die Tatsachen': Strabo, India and the ἰδιώτης
57 2 Roman Imperial History Chad Schroeder Politics on the Half Shell: Caligula's Seashells Revisited
57 3 Roman Imperial History Steven D. Smith The Evidence for Aelian's Katêgoria tou gunnidos
57 4 Roman Imperial History James Rives Roman Principes and Pointless Learning
58 1 Latin Elegy Katherine Wasdin Hymenaeus Exclusus: Ovid Amores 1.6 and Catullus 61
58 2 Latin Elegy Micah Y Myers Inscriptions on the Edge: Cornelius Gallus, the Philae Stele, and the Periphery of the Roman World
58 3 Latin Elegy Elizabeth F. Mazurek In the Beginning: Ovid Heroides 16-17 and the Origins of the Literary Tradition
58 4 Latin Elegy Emlen M. Smith Letters to Pontus: Responses and Silence in Ovid's Exile Poetry.
59 1 After Krashen: Second Language Acquisition Research and Classical Languages Kenny Morrell "Lexical Bundles" and the Return of Formulae in Language Acquisition
59 2 After Krashen: Second Language Acquisition Research and Classical Languages Jacqueline Carlon Teaching Grammar: a Reasoned Proposal
59 3 After Krashen: Second Language Acquisition Research and Classical Languages William Brockliss Harry Potter and the Language of Power: Muggles, Slaves, Pupils and the Empire of Latin
59 4 After Krashen: Second Language Acquisition Research and Classical Languages John Gruber-Miller Multiple Literacies: A New Paradigm for Teaching Latin, Greek, and other World Languages
60 1 Plutarch and the Athenian Stateman Susan Jacobs Plutarch's Athenian Lives: Lessons in the "Art" of Statesmanship
60 2 Plutarch and the Athenian Stateman Mallory Monaco The Bema and the Stage: Stratocles and Philippides in Plutarch's Demetrius
60 3 Plutarch and the Athenian Stateman Michael Nerdahl Parallel Athenians: Themistocles, Alcibiades, and Plutarchan Syncrisis
60 4 Plutarch and the Athenian Statesman Mark Beck Pericles and Athens: An Intertextual Reading of Plutarch and Thucydides
61 1 Happy Talk: Diversity of Speech in Greek and Roman Comedy and Satire Jamie Fishman Virtuous Antithesis: Speech Patterns in Menander's Dyskolos
61 2 Happy Talk: Diversity of Speech in Greek and Roman Comedy and Satire Peter Barrios-Lech The language of the uxor dotata and bona matrona in Plautus
61 3 Happy Talk: Diversity of Speech in Greek and Roman Comedy and Satire Viviane Sophie Klein Performing the Patron-Client Relationship: Dramaturgical Cues in Horace's Sermones II.5
61 4 Happy Talk: Diversity of Speech in Greek and Roman Comedy and Satire Benjamin Victor Slave-speech in Roman comedy: a sceptical view
62 1 Plato and Aristotle Sara L. Ahbel-Rappe The Common Good in Plato's Socratic Dialogues
62 2 Plato and Aristotle Paul W. Ludwig Market Hucksters and Noble Users: Utility in Aristotle's Virtue-Friendships
62 3 Plato and Aristotle Mariska E Leunissen Tracking the Order of Nature: The Use of Upokeistho in Aristotle's De Caelo
62 4 Plato and Aristotle Thomas M. Cirillo Platonist Commentators on the 'Nature' of Aristotle's Categories
62 5 Plato and Aristotle Johannes Wietzke Ptolemy's Platonic Enthusiasm: An Allusion to the Phaedrus in Ptolemy's Harmonics
63 1 Linguistics Kathy L. Gaca Reinterpreting the Etymology and Symbolism of ἀνδράποδα
63 2 Linguistics David M. Schaps Beyond Topic and Focus: Some Principles of Clause and Phrase Order
63 3 Linguistics Spencer Cole Metaphor and 'Cross-Domain Mapping' in Ciceronian Oratory
63 4 Linguistics William M. Short Latin De: A View From Cognitive Semantics
64 1 Genre and Interpretation Jonathan M. Rowland The Partheneion of Nossis
64 2 Genre and Interpretation Matthew Cohn The Newfangled Satyr: Middle Comedy, the Satyr Play, and a Problem of Generic Classification
64 3 Genre and Interpretation Britta K. Ager Magic and the Influenceof Genre: Columella's Caterpillar Charm in Prose and Poetry
64 4 Genre and Interpretation Christopher Chinn Ecocriticism and Silvae 4.3
64 5 Genre and Interpretation Dean M. Cassella Ercole Strozzi's Funeral Elegy of Eleonora of Aragon: A Lost Work by an Illustrious Poet of the Italian Renaissance
65 1 The Worlds of the Greek Novels Koen De Temmerman Heroes and heroines in control: The cultural dynamics of characterization in the ancient Greek novel
65 2 The Worlds of the Greek Novels Jason Banta Who Turns the Screws? Torture and Control in Anthia and Habrocomes
65 3 The Worlds of the Greek Novels Sophie Lalanne The merry widow of Ephesos, her lover and her husband: reflections on the status of elites in Achilles Tatius' novel
65 4 The Worlds of the Greek Novels Sonia Sabnis The Elephant Cure in Achilles Tatius
65 5 The Worlds of the Greek Novels Yvona Trnka-Amrhein Where is Sesonchosis? Reflections on the world of the Sesonchosis Novel
66 1 Caesar the Litterator Anna Dolganov Cedant arma togae? The literary strategy of Caesar's Anticatones
66 2 Caesar the Litterator Bradley Potter In conspectu omnium: The Role of Spectacle in Julius Caesarʼs Art
66 3 Caesar the Litterator Aislinn Melchior Apologetic Allusion and Generic Repurposing in the Exhortations at Pharsalus (BC 86-91)
66 4 Caesar the Litterator Lindsay Hall Linguistic Anomalies in Caesar, BC 3, some observations
66 5 Caesar the Litterator Trevor Mahy Caesar on Caesar: the Oratory of Caesar and his Contemporaries in Caesar's Commentarii
67 1 The Book and The Rock: Textual and Material Evidence in the Study of Ancient Religion Cicek Beeby Funerary Pyres in Ancient Greece: Archaeology, Anthropology, and Text
67 2 The Book and The Rock: Textual and Material Evidence in the Study of Ancient Religion Katie Rask Tainiai of the divine and the dead: material culture common to cemeteries and shrines in fifth--century Athens
67 3 The Book and The Rock: Textual and Material Evidence in the Study of Ancient Religion Annette Teffeteller The E at Delphi: The problem with privileging Plutarch
67 4 The Book and The Rock: Textual and Material Evidence in the Study of Ancient Religion Matthew Dillon Lizards and Eagles: Iconographic Corrections and New Meanings in Ancient Greek Divination
68 1 Teaching Roman Comedy Kenneth Kitchell Plautus Alive: Plautus and Modern Film
68 2 Teaching Roman Comedy Christopher Bungard Plautus, Carell, and Ferrell: Using Modern Comedy to Illuminate Roman Comedy
68 3 Teaching Roman Comedy Alicen Foresman Is This Supposed to be Funny?: Teaching Roman Comedy in High School
68 4 Teaching Roman Comedy John H. Starks, Jr. Curculio currens: Latin Comedy 'On the Run' in the Digital Age
68 5 Teaching Roman Comedy Dorota Dutsch From Hrotsvit to Terence: Teaching Roman Comedy Backwards
P 1 Poster Session Giulia Tozzi Bilingual (Greek-Latin) Inscriptions of Rome and their digital edition in EDR (Epigraphic Database Roma)
P 2 Poster Session Kelcy Sagstetter 3D Scanning and Epigraphy: Another Look at Drakon's Law on Homicide
P 3 Poster Session Brian D. Joseph Language Death in Antiquity: Evidence from the Herodotos Project
P 4 Poster Session Kristina Meinking Learning Latin Step-by-Step: a non-traditional approach to the second semester course
P 5 Poster Session Beth Severy-Hoven Imitatio as a Technique for Teaching Greek Myths and Attic Tragedy
P 6 Poster Session Jaime A. Gonzalez-Ocana A Possession for Our Time? Relevance of the Classics to Current Affairs in the Post-9/11 World
P 7 Poster Session Mike B. Lippman Sparta and Athens: Classroom Models Sparta and Athens: Classroom Models
P 7 Poster Session Mike B. Lippman Sparta and Athens: Classroom Models
PP 1 PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: Images for Classicists Albert Henrichs Does the Wine God Drink? Dionysos at the Symposium
PP 2 PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: Images for Classicists Katherine M. D. Dunbabin Art and Text: liaison dangereuse?
PP 3 PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: Images for Classicists Timothy M. O'Sullivan Roman Floors and Ceilings in Text and Image
PP 4 PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: Images for Classicists Andrew Burnett Coping with the New World of Museums and Digital Images

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