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Abstracts - 144th Annual Meeting

The following table follows the order of the paper sessions for the 144th annual meeting. Click on the title of a paper to view the text of the abstract.

Panel Speaker Panel Title Presenter Title
02 1 Myth and History in Imperial Latin Poetry Jessica Seidman Historical and Literary Memory in Caesar's Tiger Simile (Lucan BC 1.324-335)
02 2 Myth and History in Imperial Latin Poetry Christopher Caterine Echoes of Alexander in Lucan's Bellum Civile
02 3 Myth and History in Imperial Latin Poetry Virginia Closs Fear of Falling: Phaethon Figurations in Early Imperial Poetry
02 4 Myth and History in Imperial Latin Poetry Joy Reeber Quisquis is est: the "Ibis" in Ibis
02 5 Myth and History in Imperial Latin Poetry Nandini Pandey The Triumph Motif in Ovid’s Exile Poetry: Reclaiming Imperial Subjecthood on the Margins of Empire
03 1 Ideology, Dramaturgy, and Textuality in Greek Tragedy Amit Shilo Clytemnestra’s Ghost: Image and Afterlife in the Oresteia
03 2 Ideology, Dramaturgy, and Textuality in Greek Tragedy Arum Park The Gendering of Truth in Two Aeschylean Passages
03 3 Ideology, Dramaturgy, and Textuality in Greek Tragedy Victoria Wohl Dramatic Means and Ideological Ends in Euripides’ Ion
03 4 Ideology, Dramaturgy, and Textuality in Greek Tragedy Anastasia Bakogianni Electra in Crisis: Performing Sophocles’ Tragedy on the Contemporary London Stage (2011)
03 5 Ideology, Dramaturgy, and Textuality in Greek Tragedy E. Christian Kopff The Colometry of Finglass and Sophocles' Manuscript L
04 1 Thematics and Narratology of Greek Historiography Karen Bassi Croesus' Offerings and the Value of the Past in Herodotus' Histories
04 2 Thematics and Narratology of Greek Historiography Anthony Ellis Religious Discourses in Herodotus' Histories
04 3 Thematics and Narratology of Greek Historiography Daniel Tober Greek Local Historiography and its Audiences
04 4 Thematics and Narratology of Greek Historiography Peter Morton Narrative complexity in Diodorus Siculus: Eunus' narrative in the First Sicilian Slave War
05 1 Problems in Greek and Roman Economic History Andrew Foster Medias the Risk Manager: The Trierarchy and Consortial Finance
05 2 Problems in Greek and Roman Economic History Ephraim Lytle From Farmers into Sailors: Athenian Triremes, Kean Μίλτος and Traditional Greek Agriculture
05 3 Problems in Greek and Roman Economic History Michael Leese Aphanes wealth: a barrier to long-term economic development in Ancient Greece?
05 4 Problems in Greek and Roman Economic History Thomas Winter Caesar's War Business
05 5 Problems in Greek and Roman Economic History Caroline Wazer Imperial Economic Policy as History in the Historia Augusta, from Septimius Severus to Severus Alexander
06 1 New Adventures in Greek Pedadgogy Albert Watanabe The 2012 College Greek Exam
06 2 New Adventures in Greek Pedadgogy Wilfred Major A Better Way to Teach Greek Accents
06 3 New Adventures in Greek Pedadgogy Byron Stayskal Sequence and Structure in Beginning Greek
06 4 New Adventures in Greek Pedadgogy Georgia Irby A Little Greek Reader: Teaching Grammar and Syntax with Authentic Greek
06 5 New Adventures in Greek Pedadgogy Christopher Francese Greek Core Vocabulary Acquisition: A Sight Reading Approach
07 2 Islamic and Arabic Receptions of Classical Literature Paul Dilley Homer Christianus: From Egypt to the 'Abbāsid Court
07 3 Islamic and Arabic Receptions of Classical Literature Aileen Das Rewriting the Demiurge: Galen's Synopsis of Timaeus and Ex Nihilo Creation
07 4 Islamic and Arabic Receptions of Classical Literature Anna Izdebska The Image of Pythagoras and Pythagoreanism in the Greco-Arabic and Arabic Histories of Philosophy
07 5 Islamic and Arabic Receptions of Classical Literature Kevin van Bladel The Sunna of the Philosophers in the Works of Abū Bakr al-Rāzī
08 1 Roman Comedy in Performance (Workshop) Timothy Moore  
08 2 Roman Comedy in Performance (Workshop) Sharon James  
09 1 Going Green: The Emergence of Bucolic in Augustan Rome Deanna Wesolowski Eclogue 5 and the New Bucolic Tradition
09 2 Going Green: The Emergence of Bucolic in Augustan Rome Ricardo Apostol Urbanus es, Corydon: Ecocriticizing Town and Country in Vergil Eclogue 2
09 3 Going Green: The Emergence of Bucolic in Augustan Rome Kristen Ehrhardt The Bucolic Symposium: Issues of Place and Genre in Horace’s Odes 1:17
09 4 Going Green: The Emergence of Bucolic in Augustan Rome Raymond Kania Speech and Song in Virgilian Bucolic
09 5 Going Green: The Emergence of Bucolic in Augustan Rome Tara Welch Decline and Nostalgia in the Augustan Age
10 1 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt James Brusuelas Ancient Lives: Greek Texts, Papyrology and Artificial Intelligence
10 2 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt Michael Haslam Homer and Hesiod in P.Oxy. 4648: Reconstruction and Interpretation
10 3 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt Graham Claytor Women’s Petitions in Later Roman Egypt: Survey and Case Studies
10 4 Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Early Byzantine Egypt Anna Kaiser Outsourcing Army Duties: Foederati in Late Roman Egypt
11 2 The Cultural Dynamics of Ancient Empires (Seminar-Advance Registration Required) Myles Lavan The Ecumenical Rhetoric of the Early Roman Principate
11 3 The Cultural Dynamics of Ancient Empires (Seminar-Advance Registration Required) John Weisweiler Virtue, Cosmopolitanism and the Self-Understandings of the Late Roman Aristocracy
11 4 The Cultural Dynamics of Ancient Empires (Seminar-Advance Registration Required) Richard Payne An Empire of Dynasties: Imagining Aristocratic Power in an Iranian Imperial Order
12 1 Sencea, Thyestes: Ethics, Theatricality, and the Passions Laury Ward The Act of Viewing Within and Without Seneca’s Thyestes
12 2 Sencea, Thyestes: Ethics, Theatricality, and the Passions Ursula Poole The Incarnation of the Stoic Passions in Seneca’s Thyestes
12 3 Sencea, Thyestes: Ethics, Theatricality, and the Passions Eric Dodson-Robinson The Contagio of Ethical Agency in Seneca’s Thyestes
12 4 Sencea, Thyestes: Ethics, Theatricality, and the Passions Gareth Williams Title TBD
13 1 Classical Presences in Modern and Contemporary Music, Cinema, and Poetry Zara Torlone Russian Tityrus: Joseph Brodsky in Arcadia
13 2 Classical Presences in Modern and Contemporary Music, Cinema, and Poetry Katharine Piller Reinventing the Arena: A Neronian Presence in The Hunger Games
13 3 Classical Presences in Modern and Contemporary Music, Cinema, and Poetry Hardy Fredricksmeyer Oedipus Rex and Memento Meet the Sophists Halfway
13 4 Classical Presences in Modern and Contemporary Music, Cinema, and Poetry Susanna Braund The Strange Case of the Latin Libretto to Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex
14 1 Rhetoric in Cicero and the Ciceronian Tradition Joseph DiLuzio Cicero's First Verrine and the Role of Shame in the Roman Courts
14 2 Rhetoric in Cicero and the Ciceronian Tradition John Dillon Inventing Sacrilege: The Misrepresentation of Religion in Cicero's Verrine Orations
14 3 Rhetoric in Cicero and the Ciceronian Tradition Timothy J. Phin Quintilian the Unteacher
15 1 Technologies of Time and Memory Paul Iversen The Antikythera Mechanism and the Corinthian Family of Calendars
15 2 Technologies of Time and Memory Kevin Funderburk Divine birthdays and family obligations in Roman Egypt
15 3 Technologies of Time and Memory Simeon Ehrlich Epitaphs Recording the Hour of Death as Horoscopes of the Afterlife
15 4 Technologies of Time and Memory Alison Jeppesen-Wigelsworth Aurelia Philematium and Maria Auxesis: Kept Women or Wives?
16 1 Appearance and Reality in the Ancient Novelistic Discourse Steven Smith Aspasia and Callirhoe: Greek Women in the East
16 2 Appearance and Reality in the Ancient Novelistic Discourse Bruce MacQueen Transgression in Longus’s Daphnis and Chloe
16 3 Appearance and Reality in the Ancient Novelistic Discourse Robert Cioffi The Boy Who Cried Wolf: Longos, Mimesis, and the Pastoral Tradition
16 4 Appearance and Reality in the Ancient Novelistic Discourse Ashli Baker Does clothing make the man or does it make the man an impostor?: Costume and identity in Apuleius' Metamorphoses, Florida, and A
17 1 Themes of Roman Historiography Andriy Fomin Wisdom expressions (gnomai) in Dio Cassius
17 2 Themes of Roman Historiography Jaime Volker No Mercy for Tiberius? Clementia in Velleius Paterculus' Historiae
17 3 Themes of Roman Historiography Peter Blandino Laetitia and Libertas in Livy's First Pentad
17 4 Themes of Roman Historiography John Marincola Historiographical Advocacy: Cicero’s opus oratorium maxime Revisited
18 1 Literary Theory in Graduate and Undergraduate Classics Curricula Leslie Kurke A Dedicated Theory Class for Graduate Students
18 2 Literary Theory in Graduate and Undergraduate Classics Curricula Matthew Roller Teaching “Theory” in Topical Graduate Seminars
18 3 Literary Theory in Graduate and Undergraduate Classics Curricula Nigel Nicholson Literary Theory Survey Classes for Classics Undergraduates
18 4 Literary Theory in Graduate and Undergraduate Classics Curricula Christopher van den Berg Using Team-Teaching to Make Theory Central to the Undergraduate Curriculum
19 1 The Discourse of Marriage in Hellenistic and Imperial Literature Paolo Di Meo Plutarch's Coniugalia Praecepta and the Tradition of the Poetic Epithalamium
19 2 The Discourse of Marriage in Hellenistic and Imperial Literature Lisa Feldkamp Father Knows Best: Plutarch and Ben Sira on Marriage
19 3 The Discourse of Marriage in Hellenistic and Imperial Literature Karen Klaiber Hersch A Union of Hearts? Ritual and Plutarch's Coniugalia Praecepta
19 4 The Discourse of Marriage in Hellenistic and Imperial Literature Katarzyna Jazdzewska The Husband-Loving Kingfisher: Plutarch on Marriage, Marital Virtues, and Animals
20 1 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Johanna Luggin Discovering the Peak: A Philological Approach to Thomas Hobbes's De mirabilibus pecci
20 2 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Frederick Booth The Pope, the Pole, and the Bison: Nicolaus Hussovianus’ De statura, feritate ac venatione bisontis Carmen
20 3 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Gabriel Fuchs A Polish poet in Ovidian exile: Janicki’s Tristium Liber 1 and Ovid’s Tristia 1
20 4 Current Research in Neo-Latin Studies Akihiko Watanabe The Jesuit Seminary and Japanese Latinists in the 16th to 17th Century
21 1 Technical and Symbolic Language in Ancient Philosophy Kirk Sanders The shifting sense of “self-sufficiency” in Aristotle’s account of happiness
21 2 Technical and Symbolic Language in Ancient Philosophy Matthew Vieron Reading Atomic Intertextuality in Lucretius
21 3 Technical and Symbolic Language in Ancient Philosophy Thomas Cirillo The Stoics and anatomical language
21 4 Technical and Symbolic Language in Ancient Philosophy Matthijs Wibier Ulpian’s definition of justice and the philosophical tradition
22 1 Pindar's Thoughtworld Kathryn Morgan Nestor, Sarpedon, and Counterfactual Narrative in Pindar’s Pythian 3
22 2 Pindar's Thoughtworld Ian Rutherford Pindar On the Sources of the Nile: A Neglected Pindaric Fragment and its Cultural and Religious Contexts
22 3 Pindar's Thoughtworld Monessa Cummins Praise of the Victor and his Maternal Relatives in Pindar's Nemean 5
23 1 Canon Formation and Intellectual History Carl Shaw Komos-song, Euripides' Alcestis, and the Decline of Satyr Drama
23 2 Canon Formation and Intellectual History Jackie Murray Against the historical validity of the so-called list of Alexandrian librarians in P.Oxy. X 1241
23 3 Canon Formation and Intellectual History Matt Cohn When the Demos Ruled: Free Speech and Democratic Values in Ancient Histories of Comedy
23 4 Canon Formation and Intellectual History Christopher Kuipers Reopening the Closure of ‘Canon’: Tracing the Classical and Early Judeo-Christian Conceptual Polysystem
23 5 Canon Formation and Intellectual History Rebecca Sears The Musical Culture of Roman Egypt
24 1 Problems in Greek Legal History Jason Hawke The Drerian Law on Kosmoi (ML 2): Cui Bono?
24 2 Problems in Greek Legal History Domingo Avilés Athenian methods of statutory interpretation
24 3 Problems in Greek Legal History Alex Schiller Athenian Eugeneia and Matrilineal Transmission of Gentilitas
24 4 Problems in Greek Legal History Zachary Herz Matricide as Mistrial: Legal Procedure in Euripides' Electra
24 5 Problems in Greek Legal History Robert Nichols Restraint and its Rewards: The Rhetoric of timōria in Demosthenes’ Against Meidias (Dem 21)
25 1 Eros and Generic Enrichment Sarah McCallum Crimen, Amor, Vestrum: Elegiac Amor and Mors in the Metamorphosis of Cycnus (Verg. A. 10.185-193)
25 2 Eros and Generic Enrichment John Henkel Gallan Elegy in the Narrative Frame of Eclogue 10
25 3 Eros and Generic Enrichment Donncha O'Rourke Love and Strife in Lucretius and the Elegists
25 4 Eros and Generic Enrichment Katherine Lu Heracles and Erotic Failure in Apollonius' Argonautica
26 1 Bodies in Motion: Contemporary Approaches to Choral Performance Simon Perris Translating the Greek Chorus: Choral Performance and Poetic Performance
26 2 Bodies in Motion: Contemporary Approaches to Choral Performance Dorota Dutsch From Gardzienice to Athens: Unpacking Staniewski's Ideology
26 3 Bodies in Motion: Contemporary Approaches to Choral Performance Alison Traweek Flipping Greek Tragedy: The Hip Hop Chorus
26 4 Bodies in Motion: Contemporary Approaches to Choral Performance Sophie Klein Imagining and Imaging the Chorus: A Study of the Physicality, Movement, and Composition of the Chorus in A.R.T.’s Ajax
26 5 Bodies in Motion: Contemporary Approaches to Choral Performance Katie Billotte Dancing Philoctetes in Tehran: The “(Un)Dancing” Chorus in Raúl Valles and Afshin Ghaffarian’s Lemnos
27 2 Binding Spells Abound: New Tools for the Comprehensive Study of Graeco-Roman Curse Tablets (Workshop) Werner Rieß Where are we now? The state of research on ancient magic
27 3 Binding Spells Abound: New Tools for the Comprehensive Study of Graeco-Roman Curse Tablets (Workshop) Zinon Papakonstantinou Legal binding curses from classical Athens
27 4 Binding Spells Abound: New Tools for the Comprehensive Study of Graeco-Roman Curse Tablets (Workshop) Kirsten Jahn A new electronic infrastructure for research on curse tablets
27 5 Binding Spells Abound: New Tools for the Comprehensive Study of Graeco-Roman Curse Tablets (Workshop) T. H. M. Gellar-Goad A new comprehensive bilingual source reader of Attic curse tablets
28 1 Campanian Cultures: Poetics, Location and Identity Ian Goh Lucilius the Campanian Satirist
28 2 Campanian Cultures: Poetics, Location and Identity Amy Leonard From Otium to Imperium: Propertius and Augustus at Baiae
28 3 Campanian Cultures: Poetics, Location and Identity Peter Knox Ovid in the House of Octavius Quartio
28 4 Campanian Cultures: Poetics, Location and Identity Antony Augoustakis Campanian Politics and Poetics in Silius Italicus' Punica
28 5 Campanian Cultures: Poetics, Location and Identity Catherine Connors In the Land of the Giants: Greek and Roman Discourses on Vesuvius and the Phlegraean Fields
29 1 Letters in Late Antiquity Raffaella Cribiore Letters versus Orations: A Question of Genre
29 2 Letters in Late Antiquity Zachary Yuzwa Reading Genre in Sulpicius Severus’ Letters
29 3 Letters in Late Antiquity Jonathan McLaughlin Bridging the Cultural Divide? Letters between Civilian and Military Elites in the Fourth Century
29 4 Letters in Late Antiquity Adam Schor Enter the Bishop: Late Roman Epistolary Networks and the Effects of Clerical Office
29 5 Letters in Late Antiquity Scott Bradbury Patronage and Networking in Libanius’ Letters
30 0 Historiography, Poetry, and the Intertext (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Christina Kraus Introduction
30 1 Historiography, Poetry, and the Intertext (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) William Batstone Sallust, Kristeva and Intertextual Prosaics
30 2 Historiography, Poetry, and the Intertext (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Jane Chaplin Alluding to Reality: Scipio Aemilianus and Historiographical Intertextuality
30 3 Historiography, Poetry, and the Intertext (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Andrew Feldherr Free Spirits: Sallust and the Citation of Catiline
30 4 Historiography, Poetry, and the Intertext (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Jacqueline Elliott Ennius' Annales and allusion in the Roman historiographicaltradition
31 1 Stagecraft and Dramaturgy of Greek Tragedy Miranda Robinson Staging Hearing: The Acoustic Space of the Stage in Aeschylus’ Agamemnon
31 2 Stagecraft and Dramaturgy of Greek Tragedy Naomi Weiss The antiphonal ending of Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis
31 3 Stagecraft and Dramaturgy of Greek Tragedy Enrico Emanuele Prodi Dancing in Delphi, dancing in Thebes: The chorus in Euripides' Phoenissae
31 4 Stagecraft and Dramaturgy of Greek Tragedy Florence Yoon Tinker, tailor, soldier - herald? Identifying the Ὕλλου πενέστης in Heracleidae
31 5 Stagecraft and Dramaturgy of Greek Tragedy Melissa Mueller Electra’s Urns: Props and the Poetics of Tragic Reception
32 1 Language and Memory in Thucydides and his Reception Thomas Beasley Irony and the Periclean Obituary, or: Why Does Pericles Receive a Premature Burial in Thucydides?
32 2 Language and Memory in Thucydides and his Reception Tobias Joho King Archidamus and the inversion of language in Thucydides
32 3 Language and Memory in Thucydides and his Reception Rachel Bruzzone Forgetting Aieimnestus: Memory’s Place in Thucydides’ Plataea
32 4 Language and Memory in Thucydides and his Reception Michael Arnush Forg[er]ing and Forg(ett)ing the Past: The Decree of Themistocles redux
32 5 Language and Memory in Thucydides and his Reception John Richards Thucydides in the Protestant Reformation: Contemporary Religious & Political Glosses in a Lecture on Thucydides from 16th C. Germany
33 1 Unruly Satire from Horace to Spenser Heather Vincent Passing By or Bypassing the Ancient Altar: Principles of Transgression in Satire
33 2 Unruly Satire from Horace to Spenser Julia Hejduk Saepe stilum uertas: Moral and Metrical Missteps in Horace's Satires
33 3 Unruly Satire from Horace to Spenser Jacqueline DiBiasie Genre Manipulation for Subversion and Humor in Pompeian Graffiti
33 4 Unruly Satire from Horace to Spenser Philip Waddell Derideas licet: Tacitus’ Death of Seneca as Satire
33 5 Unruly Satire from Horace to Spenser James Uden The Patron and the Peacock: Juvenal and Edmund Spenser on Poetic Patronage
34 1 Myth and Mythography in Roman Poetry Seth Holm Lucretius’ Cow and the Myth of Ceres: Didactic Latency in De Rerum Natura
34 2 Myth and Mythography in Roman Poetry Susan Drummond Eidōla of Helen and Anactoria: Allusion and invective in Catullus 42
34 3 Myth and Mythography in Roman Poetry Blanche Conger McCune Icarian Flights in Horace’s Odes: A Mythological Vocabulary of hubris
34 4 Myth and Mythography in Roman Poetry John Morgan Vergil's Mythmaking: Mezentius and Tarquinius Superbus
34 5 Myth and Mythography in Roman Poetry R. Scott Smith Mythography in the Boeotian Catalog of Statius' Thebaid
35 1 Attica beyond Athens: The Athenian Countryside in the Classical and Hellenistic Periods Jessica Paga The Monumental Definition of Attica in the EarlyDemocratic Period
35 2 Attica beyond Athens: The Athenian Countryside in the Classical and Hellenistic Periods Sylvian Fachard The Border Demes of Attica: Settlement Patterns and Economy
35 3 Attica beyond Athens: The Athenian Countryside in the Classical and Hellenistic Periods Danielle Kellogg Ancestral Deme and Place of Residence in Classical Attica
35 4 Attica beyond Athens: The Athenian Countryside in the Classical and Hellenistic Periods Claire Taylor Territoriality and Mobility: Defining Space in Attica through Graffiti
36 1 Classical Tradition in Brazil: Translation, Rewriting, and Reception Paulo Vasconcellos Odorico Mendes and the Poetic Translation of Classics
36 2 Classical Tradition in Brazil: Translation, Rewriting, and Reception Brunno Vieira Machado de Assis and the Brazilian uses of the Roman World
36 3 Classical Tradition in Brazil: Translation, Rewriting, and Reception João Angelo Oliva Neto The Portuguese dactylic hexameter: an overview
36 4 Classical Tradition in Brazil: Translation, Rewriting, and Reception Guilherme Flores Roman poetry and Brazilian poets—1960s to 80s
36 5 Classical Tradition in Brazil: Translation, Rewriting, and Reception Isabella Cardoso The Saint and the Sow: Plautinisms and Suassunisms
37 1 Re(imagining) Caesar Robert Cape Julius Caesar in Science Fiction
37 2 Re(imagining) Caesar Hunter Gardner New Visions of Caesarism: Screening the Dictator in the Twenty-First Century
37 3 Re(imagining) Caesar Robert Gurval Playing Caesar: Rex Harrison, Thornton Wilder, and Julius Caesar in Joseph L Mankiewicz's Cleopatra (1963)
37 4 Re(imagining) Caesar Daniel Barber The Imperfections of Caesar in Napoleon and Nietzsche
37 5 Re(imagining) Caesar Patrick Owens Caesar in Two 16th Century Neo-Latin Playwrights
38 1 Transgressive Spaces in Classical Antiquity Sebastian de Vivo The Love of Achilles: Warfare as a Space of Transgression
38 2 Transgressive Spaces in Classical Antiquity Kate Gilhuly Euripides' Medea: Playing the Prostitute in Corinth
38 3 Transgressive Spaces in Classical Antiquity M. Tong Wisdom's Main Stage: Queer Spaces and Personified Wisdom in Proverbs 1-9
38 4 Transgressive Spaces in Classical Antiquity Lauren Curtis Transgressive Choral Space in Horace, Odes 25
38 5 Transgressive Spaces in Classical Antiquity David Fredrick Walk on the Wild Side: Queer Landscape in the House of Octavius Quartio in Pompeii
38 6 Transgressive Spaces in Classical Antiquity Elizabeth Young Don't Sext in the Orchard!: Transgression and Sensation in the Carmina Priapea
39 1 Ancient Greek Philosophy Gary Hartenburg Seeing, Knowing, and Explaining in Plato's Republic
39 2 Ancient Greek Philosophy John Thorp Aristotle on the Truth of Things
39 3 Ancient Greek Philosophy David Jennings Aristotle on Reciprocal Love
40 1 Religion and Violence in Late Roman North Africa (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Catherine Conybeare Making Space for Violence
40 2 Religion and Violence in Late Roman North Africa (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Hal Drake Monotheism and Violence
40 3 Religion and Violence in Late Roman North Africa (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Cam Grey Shock horror or same old same old? Everyday violence in Augustine's Africa
40 4 Religion and Violence in Late Roman North Africa (Seminar—Advance Registration Required) Noel Lenksi Harnessing Violence: Armed Force as Manpower in the Late Roman Countryside
41 1 Some Late Antique Vergils Lisa Whitlatch Labor hilaris non improbus: Redefining Labor in Nemesianus’ Cynegetica
41 2 Some Late Antique Vergils Ellen Cole Remembering ‘Maidenly’ Vergil: Sex and Intertext in Ausonius's Cento Nuptialis
41 3 Some Late Antique Vergils Scott Lepisto Lactantius, Vergil, and the Sibylline Oracles
42 1 Gender and Civic Identity Thomas Hubbard The Origins of the So-Called "Solonic Law" on Hetairêsis
42 2 Gender and Civic Identity Rebecca Kennedy Elpinikê and the Categorization of Citizen Women and Hetaira
42 3 Gender and Civic Identity Stephen Brunet Kicking Up Your Heels: Not Just For Spartan Girls (Lysistrata 82-83)
42 4 Gender and Civic Identity Melissa Haynes Domesticating the Dog: Hipparchia as Wife in the Cynic Epistles
43 1 Alexander and the Hellenistic World Daniel Bertoni A Plant's-Eye View of Eastern Imperialism
43 2 Alexander and the Hellenistic World Jake Nabel The Origins of Alexander's Eastern Cities: Deportation and Resettlement in the Persian and Macedonian Empires
43 3 Alexander and the Hellenistic World Paul Burton The Friendship between Rome and Athens
43 4 Alexander and the Hellenistic World John Tully Proxeny as a Network in the Hellenistic Cyclades
44 1 Claiming Troy: Receptions of Homer in Imperial Greek Literature Calum Maciver Lucian and the death of the author
44 2 Claiming Troy: Receptions of Homer in Imperial Greek Literature Lawrence Kim Homer's Fictional World and Ancient Moralizing Criticism
44 3 Claiming Troy: Receptions of Homer in Imperial Greek Literature Emily Kneebone Homer and Imperial Greek Didactic Poetry
44 4 Claiming Troy: Receptions of Homer in Imperial Greek Literature Tim Whitmarsh Adventures of the Solymoi: Jews in Homer
46 1 Truth Value and the Value of Truth in Roman Historiography John Oksanish Ementiri in Monumentis: Arguments in "Architectural" History
46 2 Truth Value and the Value of Truth in Roman Historiography Kelly Shannon Truth, Belief, and Rationality: Case Studies in Tacitean Miracula
46 3 Truth Value and the Value of Truth in Roman Historiography Owen Ewald No one wrote more truly: Truth in Florus
46 4 Truth Value and the Value of Truth in Roman Historiography Andrew Riggsby Truth Value in Roman Historiography: A Response
47 2 From Temple Banks to Patron Gods: Religion, Economy, and the Investigation of Ancient Mediterranean Ritual Amy Skillicorn Financial Systems in Fourth Century Greek Temples
47 3 From Temple Banks to Patron Gods: Religion, Economy, and the Investigation of Ancient Mediterranean Ritual William Bubelis Cost and Value in Athenian Sacrificial Calendars
47 4 From Temple Banks to Patron Gods: Religion, Economy, and the Investigation of Ancient Mediterranean Ritual Matthew Trundle Coinage and the Transformation of Greek Religion
49 1 Triumviral and Imperial Roman History Kenneth Jones The Aims of Antony's Parthian War of 36 B.C.
49 2 Triumviral and Imperial Roman History Emily Master Writing the Unwritten: The lex Iulia de senatu habendo and the Codification of Senatorial Procedure
49 3 Triumviral and Imperial Roman History Steven Tuck Nero’s Portus Sestertii and Food Security for Rome
49 4 Triumviral and Imperial Roman History Jared Secord Classicists, Methodists, and Jews: Rethinking the Second Sophistic
50 1 Horatian Metapoetics Veronica Shi Restoring the Lyric Racehorse: Horace Odes 41 and the Transformation of Epic
50 2 Horatian Metapoetics Kristi Eastin Horace, Epistles I: Ex Rure
50 3 Horatian Metapoetics Caleb Dance Laughing Matters: Negative Literary Criticism in Horace's Ars Poetica
50 4 Horatian Metapoetics Mary Jaeger Adit oppida pastor: Cheese in Horace, Vergil and Varro
51 1 Plato Richard Foley Tyranny and Temperance in Plato's Charmides
51 2 Plato David Schur Terms of Rhetoric and Art in the Reading of Plato
51 3 Plato Alexander Lessie Protagoras 309a-310a: Socrates’ Angelic Encounter
51 4 Plato Kendall Sharp The Harmony of Plato’s Moral Psychology in Protagoras and Republic
51 5 Plato Jed Atkins Plato’s Laws and the Development of Stoic Natural Law Theory
52 1 Paratragedy, Paracomedy, Tragicomedy Craig Jendza Hostages and Incineration in Euripides and Aristophanes
52 2 Paratragedy, Paracomedy, Tragicomedy David Sansone Whatever Happened to Euripides’ Lekythion (Frogs 1198–1247)?
52 3 Paratragedy, Paracomedy, Tragicomedy Goran Vidovic Hijacking Sophocles, Burying Euripides: the Tragedy of Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazusae
52 4 Paratragedy, Paracomedy, Tragicomedy Emilia Barbiero Plautus voluit: Reading the Trinummus’ letters between the lines
52 5 Paratragedy, Paracomedy, Tragicomedy Jan Felix Gaertner Pacuvius poeta comicus?
53 1 Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World Paul Christesen Democratization, Sports, and Choral Dancing in Sixth- and Fifth-Century BCE Athens
53 2 Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World Garrett Fagan Roman Gladiators as Sports Stars
53 3 Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World Mark Golden Who Knows Where the Discus Will Land (and Other Reasons Not to Link the Ancient and Modern Olympics)
53 4 Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World David Lunt Athletics, Victory, and the Right to Rule in Ancient Greece
53 5 Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World Thomas Scanlon Reasoning through the Greek Agôn
53 6 Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World David Potter Teaching Roman Sport
56 1 Vergil’s Detractors, Grammarians, Commentators and Biographers: The First Fifteen Hundred Years Maria Chiara Scappaticcio Papyri vergilianae: Contributions of Papyrology and the Reading of Vergil in the East (1-VI centuries)
56 2 Vergil’s Detractors, Grammarians, Commentators and Biographers: The First Fifteen Hundred Years David K Oosterhuis In Love with Greek (or One Particular Greek?): Catalepton 7 and Vergilian Reception
56 3 Vergil’s Detractors, Grammarians, Commentators and Biographers: The First Fifteen Hundred Years Curtis Dozier Vergilian Reception beyond the Poets: The Case of Quintilian
56 4 Vergil’s Detractors, Grammarians, Commentators and Biographers: The First Fifteen Hundred Years Eric Hutchinson Spoiling the Grammarians: The Contested PosSESSION of Vergil in Aelius Donatus, Tiberius Claudius Donatus, and Macrobius
56 5 Vergil’s Detractors, Grammarians, Commentators and Biographers: The First Fifteen Hundred Years Thomas Keeline Did (Servius’s) Vergil nod?
57 1 Poetry on Stone: Verse Inscriptions in the Greco‐Roman World Simon Oswald The Peculiar Case of the Earliest Greek Epigrams
57 2 Poetry on Stone: Verse Inscriptions in the Greco‐Roman World Alan Sheppard Why Inscribe? Isyllos of Epidauros and the Function of Inscribed Hymns
57 3 Poetry on Stone: Verse Inscriptions in the Greco‐Roman World Angela Cinalli Celebratory Epigram for Itinerant Intellectuals, Artists, and Musicians of the Hellenistic Period
57 4 Poetry on Stone: Verse Inscriptions in the Greco‐Roman World Meghan DiLuzio Paulina’s Poetic Defense of Roman Religion
57 5 Poetry on Stone: Verse Inscriptions in the Greco‐Roman World Dennis Trout Fecit ad astra viam: Commemorating Wives in the Verse Epitaphs of Late Ancient Rome
58 1 Intellectual Culture in the 3rd Century CE: Philosophy, Religion, and Rhetoric between the 2nd and 3rd Sophistic (Seminar) Jeremy Schott Porphyrius philologus: Philosophy and Classicism in 3rd Century Platonism
58 3 Intellectual Culture in the 3rd Century CE: Philosophy, Religion, and Rhetoric between the 2nd and 3rd Sophistic (Seminar) Kristina Meinking Ratio, Rhetoric, and Religion: Lactantius against the Philosophers
59 1 Late Antique Literary Culture: Rome, Byzantium, and Beyond Alberto Rigolio Syriac translations of secular Greek literature: Isocrates, Plutarch, Lucian and Themistius
59 2 Late Antique Literary Culture: Rome, Byzantium, and Beyond Stephen Trzaskoma The Late Antique and Early Byzantine Readership of Achilles Tatius
59 3 Late Antique Literary Culture: Rome, Byzantium, and Beyond John Mulhall Encomiastic Origins: Atypical Praise in the Suda's Article on Adam
59 4 Late Antique Literary Culture: Rome, Byzantium, and Beyond Robin McGill Between Scylla and Charybdis: Christological Polemic in Sedulius’ Paschale Carmen
60 1 Problems of Flavian Poetics Patricia Larash Reading for Earinus in Martial, Book 9
60 2 Problems of Flavian Poetics Christopher Parrott Hesperia Thule: The Changing World Map in Statius’ Silvae
60 3 Problems of Flavian Poetics Pramit Chaudhuri The Disappearance of the Divine in Statius’ Thebaid
60 4 Problems of Flavian Poetics Kathleen Coleman Capturing the Flavian Aesthetic: A Child Puts Words into the Mouth of Zeus
61 1 Greek Myth, Ritual, and Religion Marcel Widzisz Has Pollution been Exorcized from the Anthesteria? A Case of Evidence and Methodology
61 2 Greek Myth, Ritual, and Religion Jeremy McInerney Bouphonia: Killing Cattle on the Acropolis
61 3 Greek Myth, Ritual, and Religion Adam Rappold An Archaeology of Myth: Erichthonius, Erechtheus, and the Construction of Athenian Identity
61 4 Greek Myth, Ritual, and Religion Greta Hawes Why Palaiphatos matters: the value of a mythographical curiosity
61 5 Greek Myth, Ritual, and Religion Matthew Simonton The burial of Brasidas and the politics of Greek hero-cult
62 2 Teaching History and Classics with Inscriptions Glenn Bugh Hellenistic Inscriptions: When History Fails Us
62 3 Teaching History and Classics with Inscriptions Joseph Day The Lithic Muse: Inscribed Greek Poetry in the Classroom
62 4 Teaching History and Classics with Inscriptions Tom Elliott Digital Epigraphic Resources for Research and Teaching
62 5 Teaching History and Classics with Inscriptions John Bodel Teaching (with) Epigraphy in the Digital Age
63 1 Teaching Classical Reception Studies Emily Greenwood Where does Classical Reception study lead?
63 2 Teaching Classical Reception Studies Judith Hallett Integrating Classical Receptions into the Latin language and literature curriculum
63 3 Teaching Classical Reception Studies Monica Cyrino Teaching Classics and Film: opportunities and challenges
63 4 Teaching Classical Reception Studies Sara Monoson Should we teach Classical Receptions outside Classics and if so, how?
63 5 Teaching Classical Reception Studies Stephen Harrison Teaching Classical Reception in the UK context – the Oxford experience
64 1 Sexual Labor in the Ancient World Serena Witzke Harlots, Tarts, and Hussies: A Crisis of Terminology for “Sex Labor”
64 2 Sexual Labor in the Ancient World Mira Green Witnesses and Participants in the Shadows: The sexual lives of enslaved women and boys in ancient Rome
64 3 Sexual Labor in the Ancient World Mireille Lee Other “Ways of Seeing”: Hetairai as viewers of the Knidian Aphrodite
64 4 Sexual Labor in the Ancient World Sarah Levin-Richardson The Archaeology of Social Relationships in Pompeii’s Brothel
64 5 Sexual Labor in the Ancient World Deborah Kamen Apo tou sômatos ergasia: Investigating the Labor of Prostitutes in the Delphic Manumission Inscriptions
64 6 Sexual Labor in the Ancient World Max Goldman The Auletrides and Prostitution
65 1 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students David Giovagnoli Echoes of Sapphic Voices: Masculine Constructions in the Catullan Corpus
65 2 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students Kyle Oskvig Timaeus and the Evolution of Plato’s Bioethics
65 3 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students Ashley Gilbert A Critical Eye for Livy: Using an Apparatus Criticus
65 4 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students Anne Cave The Driest Work Ever Written - Just Add Water: A Look at Water Systems in Ancient Rome and Modern India
65 5 The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students Daniel Poochigian Corbulo and Agricola: Dying and Surviving under the Principate
66 2 Medical Humors and Classical Culture: Blood Paul Keyser Blood: The Synecdochic Humor Before Hippocrates
66 3 Medical Humors and Classical Culture: Blood Michael Boylan Blood, Magic, and Science in Early Greek Thought
66 4 Medical Humors and Classical Culture: Blood Velvet Yates The Cold-blooded Inferiority of Women in Aristotle
66 5 Medical Humors and Classical Culture: Blood Dawn LaValle Lactation as Salvation: Blood, Milk and pneuma in Clement of Alexandria’s Pedagogue
67 2 Coins and History Colin Elliott Numismatics and Neoclassical Assumptions: A Case-Study From the Third Century Roman Empire
67 3 Coins and History Jane DeRose Evans Early Imperial History and the Excavation Coins of Sardis: Field 55 and the Wadi B Temple
68 1 Metaphor from Homer to Seneca Charles Stein The Life and Death of Agamemnon's Scepter
68 2 Metaphor from Homer to Seneca Carrie Mowbray Up the volcano: Aetna and ascent in Seneca’s Ep 79
68 3 Metaphor from Homer to Seneca Kevin Solez Troy as Turning-post: Chariot-racing as a Metaphor for High Stakes, Power Politics and the Threat of Death in the Iliad and Aeschylus' Agamemnon
68 4 Metaphor from Homer to Seneca William Short Getting to the Truth: Metaphors of “Mistakenness” in Greek and Latin
69 1 Selected Exostructures of Hellenistic Epigram Patricia Rosenmeyer A Poem for Phanion: Sapphic Allusions in Meleager AP 1253
69 2 Selected Exostructures of Hellenistic Epigram Thomas Keith An Attack on the Stoics in the Epigrams of Palladas
69 3 Selected Exostructures of Hellenistic Epigram Charles Campbell A Model Epigrammatist: Leonidas of Tarentum and Poetic Self-Representation in the Garland of Philip
69 4 Selected Exostructures of Hellenistic Epigram David Kutzko Reading a Mime Sequence: A.P. V. 181-187
70 1 Catullan Identities, Ancient and Modern Yongyi Li Non horrebitis admovere nobis: Encountering Catullus in the Chinese Context
70 2 Catullan Identities, Ancient and Modern Leah Kronenberg Me, Myself, and I: Caecilius as an Alter Ego of Catullus in Poem 35
70 3 Catullan Identities, Ancient and Modern George Hendren Catullus' Ameana Cycle as Literary Criticism
71 1 Political Maneuvering in Republican Roman History Amy Russell Ut seditiosi tribuni solent: shutting the shops as a political and rhetorical tactic in the Late Republic
71 2 Political Maneuvering in Republican Roman History Elisabeth Schwinge The Memory of Names: Roman Victory cognomina and familial Commemoration
71 3 Political Maneuvering in Republican Roman History Amanda Coles Cooperation and Competition in Republican Boards of Tresviri Coloniae Deducendae
71 4 Political Maneuvering in Republican Roman History Jaclyn Neel The affectatores regni: Republican accounts and modern misconceptions
72 1 Language and Meter Susana Mimbrera Olarte The Doric of Southern Italy in the Hellenistic period
72 2 Language and Meter Bianca Hausburg Greek Words in Plautus
72 3 Language and Meter Emmett Tracy Epigraphic Evidence & the Rise of Acatalectic Iambic Dimeters in Latin
73 1 (Dis)Continuities in the Texts of Lucian Kerry Lefebvre Parallel Plays: Lucian's Philosophers and the Stage
73 2 (Dis)Continuities in the Texts of Lucian Anna Peterson Philosophers Redux: the Hermotimus, the Fisherman, and the Role of Dead Philosophers
73 3 (Dis)Continuities in the Texts of Lucian Valentina Popescu Lucian’s Saturnalia: Rewriting the Literary Nomoi
73 4 (Dis)Continuities in the Texts of Lucian David Pass Buying Books and Choosing Lives: From Agora to Acropolis in Lucian's Transformation of Plato's "Emporium of Polities"
75 1 The Literary and Philosophical Dimensions of Allegory in Neoplatonic Discourse Svetla Slaveva-Griffin “In the Garden of Zeus:” Plotinus and Heliodorus on the Allegory of Love
75 2 The Literary and Philosophical Dimensions of Allegory in Neoplatonic Discourse Christina Panagiota Manolea Ὑπὸ Βορέου ἁρπαγεῖσα: Neoplatonic Reception of the Myth of Boreas and Oreithyia
75 3 The Literary and Philosophical Dimensions of Allegory in Neoplatonic Discourse Danielle Layne The Good of Dialogue Form: Proclus’ Neoplatonic Hermeneutics
PP 1 Comic Dimensions of Greek Myth Lowell Edmunds Where the Humor Lies in Demodocus’ Song of Ares and Aphrodite (Od 8 266-369)
PP 4 Comic Dimensions of Greek Myth Alan Shapiro The Birth of Helen on the Comic Stage

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