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Department ofClassics

Recent Publications

 

Lissa Crofton-Sleigh

“The Curia in Aeneid 7", Illinois Classical Studies 43.1 (2018): 160-175

"Color Commentary: The Gods in Technicolor" (with Angela Holzmeister), Eidolon, December 2017

"The Mythical Landscapers of Augustan Rome," in J. McInerney and I. Sluiter (eds.) Valuing Landscape in Classical Antiquity: Natural Environment and Cultural Imagination. Brill, 2016: 383-407. 

 

William Greenwalt

“Hermolaus, The Royal Argead Hunt and Royal Prerogatives,” forthcoming in the Eighth International Symposium for Ancient Macedonian Studies.

“Macedonian and Thracian Relations Through Early 334 B.C,” forthcoming in the Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium of Thracian Studies.

Bucephalas the Hero,” in Hetairideia: Studies in Honor of W. Lindsay Adams, eds. Dan Powers, Jason

Hawke and Julie Langford (Ares, 2016), 29-41.

“Alexander II of Macedonia,” forthcoming.

“The Death of Archelaus: The Symbolic Importance of Royal Hunts in Macedonia,” forthcoming.

Infantry and the Evolution of Argead Macedonia,” in Greece, Macedon and Persia, eds. Timothy Howe,

  1. Edward Garvin and Graham Wrightson (Oxbow, 2015), 41-46.  
  2. Hecuba,” in The Blackwell Companion to Euripides, Laura McClure (ed.).  Oxford: Blackwell.

“Thracian and Macedonian Kingship,” in A Companion to Ancient Thrace, eds. Julia Valeva, Emil

Nankov and Denver Grainger (Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), 337-351.

 

John Heath

Yahweh or Zeus: Why We Would Be Better Off with Homer’s Gods (Routledge forthcoming 2019)

“Corinna’s ‘Old Wives’ Tales” HSCP 109 (2017) 83-130.

 

Angela Holzmeister

"Color Commentary: The Gods in Technicolor" (with Lissa Crofton-Sleigh), Eidolon, December 2017.


Carolynn Roncaglia

 (forthcoming). “Claudius' Houseboat.” Greece and Rome.

 Northern Italy in the Roman World. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018.                                    

 “The Reflectance Transformation Imaging Technique applied to the epigraphs of the MAR and to an unpublished reading of the anthroponyms of the so-called ‘Tomb of the Scribe’.” Bollettino della soprintendenza per i beni e le attività culturali 13 (2017): 40-42.

 

Daniel Turkeltaub

(forthcoming) “Homeric Humor” in Cambridge Homer Vol. 1: Homeric Song and Text (Corinne Pache

and Casey Dué, eds.).

(forthcoming) “Immanence” in Cambridge Homer Vol. 1: Homeric Song and Text (Corinne Pache and

Casey Dué, eds.). 136-151.

 

Updated May 2019