Recent Publications (2015-2017)

 

 

 

Early Greek Epic

 

 

Andersen, Øivind / Haug, Dag T. T.:

––– (2015) Relative Chronology in Early Greek Epic Poetry, Cambridge. 

 

Bachvarova, Mary R.:

––– (2016) From Hittite to Homer. The Anatolian Background of Ancient Greek Epic, Cambridge.  

 

Bär, Silvio / Baumbach, Manuel:

––– (2015) The Epic Cycle and Imperial Greek Epic, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 604-622.

 

Barker, Elton T. E. / Christensen, Joel P.:

––– (2016) Odysseus’s nostos and the Odyssey’s nostoi: rivalry within the epic cycle, Philologia Antiqua 7, 85–110, URL:

http://oro.open.ac.uk/44414/1/Barker_Christensen.pdf.

 

Bernabé, Alberto:

––– (2015) Language and Meter of the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 139-153.

 

Bonifazi, Anna:

––– (2016) Particles as cues to structuring in Serbocroatian and early Greek epic, in: M. Antovic / C. Pagán Cánovas (eds.), Oral Poetics and Cognitive Science, Berlin, 125-147.

 

Bruit Zaidman, Louise:

––– (2015) Women and War. From the Theban Cycle to Greek Tragedy, in: J. Fabre-Serris / A. M. Keith (eds.), Women and War in Antiquity, Baltimore, 82-99.

 

Burgess, Jonathan:

––– (2015) Coming Adrift. The Limits of Reconstruction of the Cyclic Poems, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 43-58.

 

Carey, Chris:

––– (2015) Stesichorus and the Epic Cycle, in: P. J. Finglass / A. Kelly (eds.), Stesichorus in Context, Cambridge, 45-62.

 

Carpenter, Thomas H.:

––– (2015) The Trojan War in Early Greek Art, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 178-196.

 

Cingango, Ettore:

––– (2015) Epigonoi, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 244-260.

––– (2015) Oedipodea, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 213-225.

 

Clauss, James J. / Cuypers, Martine / Kahane, Ahuvia (eds.):

––– (2016) The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart.

 

Currie, Bruno:

––– (2015) Cypria, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 281-305.

 

D’Alessio, Giambattista:

––– (2015) Theogony and Titanomachy, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 199-212.

 

Danek, Georg:

––– (2015) Nostoi, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 355-379.

 

Davies, Malcolm:

––– (2015) The Theban Epics (Hellenic Studies 69), Cambridge, MA.

 

Debiasi, Andrea:

––– (2015) Alcmeonis, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 261-280.

––– (2015) Eumelo. Un poeta per Corinto; con ulteriori divagazioni epiche. Rome.

 

Elmer, David F.:

––– (2015) The Epic Cycle and the Ancient Novel, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 596-603.

 

Fantuzzi, Marco:

––– (2015) The Aesthetics of Sequentiality and Its Discontents, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 405-429.

 

Fantuzzi, Marco / Tsagalis, Christos (eds.):

––– (2015) The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception. A Companion, Cambridge.

 

Fantuzzi, Marco / Tsagalis, Christos:

––– (2015) Kyklos, the Epic Cycle and Cyclic Poetry, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 1-40.

 

Finglass, Patrick J.:

––– (2015) Iliou persis, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 344-354.

 

Finkelberg, Margalit:

––– (2015) Meta-Cyclic Epic and Homeric Poetry, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 126-138.

––– (2016) Out of the Mainstream. Some Thoughts concerning the Submersion Process of the Poems of the Trojan Cycle, in: A. Ercolani / M. Giordano (eds.) Submerged Literature in Ancient Greek Culture. The Comparative Perspective, Berlin, 33-42

 

Foley, John M. / Arft, Justin:

––– (2015) The Epic Cycle and Oral Tradition, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 78-95.

 

Gärtner, Ursula:

––– (2015) Virgil and the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 543-564.

 

Horn, Fabian:

––– (2016) Building in the Deep: Notes on a Metaphor for Mental Activity and the Metaphorical Concept of Mind in Early Greek Epic, Greece & Rome 63.2, 163-174.

 

Kelly, Adrian:

––– (2015) Ilias parva, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 318-343.

 

Konstan, David:

––– (2015) Wit and Irony in the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 164-177.

 

Kullmann, Wolfgang:

––– (2015) Motif and Source Research. Neoanalysis, Homer, and Cyclic Epic, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 108-125.

 

Lambrou, Ioannis:

––– (2015) Homer and the Epic Cycle: Dialogue and Challenge. Diss. University College London.

 

Lundquist, Jesse:

––– (2016) ΦΡΑΣΙΝ in Attica and the Prehistory of the Epic Tradition, Classical Philology 111.4, 434-447.

 

McNelis, Charles:

––– (2015) Statius’ Achilleid and the Cypris, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 578-595.

 

Nagy, Gregory:

––– (2015) Oral Traditions, Written Texts, and Questions of Authorship, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 59-77.

 

Noussia-Fantuzzi, Maria:

––– (2015) The Epic Cycle, Stesichorus, and Ibycus, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 430-449.

 

Rengakos, Antonios:

––– (2015) Aethiopis, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 306-317.

––– (2015) Narrative Techniques in the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 154-163.

 

Rosati, Gianpiero:

––– (2015) Ovid and the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 565-577.

 

Rutherford, Ian:

––– (2015) Pindar’s Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 450-460.

 

Sistakou, Evina:

––– (2015) The Hellenistic Reception of the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 487-495.

 

Sommerstein, Alan H.:

––– (2015) Tragedy and the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 461-486.

 

Squire, Michael:

––– (2015) Running Rings round Troy: Recycling the Epic Cycle in Hellenistic and Roman Art, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 496-542.

 

Torres-Guerra, José B.:

––– (2015) Thebaid, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 226-243.

 

Tsagalis, Christos:

––– (2015) Telegony, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 380-402.

––– (2016) The Gods in Cyclic Epic, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 95-117.

 

West, Martin L.:

––– (2015) Epic, Lyric, and Lyric Epic, in: P. J. Finglass / A. Kelly (eds.), Stesichorus in Context, Cambridge, 63-80.

––– (2015) The Formation of the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 96-107.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homer

 

 

Ahl, Frederick:

––– (2015) Transgressing Boundaries of the Unthinkable: Sophocles, Ovid, Vergil, Seneca, and Homer Refracted in Statius’ Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 240-265.

 

Alexandrou, Margarita:

––– (2016) Hipponax and the Odyssey: Subverting Text and Intertext, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 31-44.

 

Allen-Hornblower, Emily:

––– (2016) The Helpless Witness: Achilles, Patroclus, and the Portrayal of Vulnerability in the Iliad, in: From Agent to Spectator. Witnessing the Aftermath in Ancient Greek Epic and Tragedy (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 30), Berlin, 18-93.

 

Arafat, Karim:

––– (2016) Pausanias and Homer, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 205-214.

 

Arft, Justin:

––– (2016) Structure as Sēma: Structural and Liminal Middles in the Odyssey, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online 1.1, 3-45.

 

Arvanitakis, Konstantinos I.:

––– (2015) Psychoanalytic Scholia on the Homeric Epics, Leiden.

 

Bakker, Egbert J.:

––– (2016) The Meaning of Meat and the Structure of the Odyssey, Cambridge.

 

Bakogianni, Anastasia:

––– (2016) Homeric Shadows on the Silver Screen: Epic Themes in Michael Cacoyannis’ Trilogy of Cinematic Receptions, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 405-416.

 

Baldrey, H. C.:

––– (2015) Homer and the Epic Tradition, in: Greek Literature for the Modern Reader, Cambridge, 51-94.

 

Barchiesi, Alessandro:

––– (2015) Homeric Effects in Vergil's Narrative. Translated by I. Marchesi and M. Fox, with a New Foreword by P. Hardie, and a New Afterword by the Author, Princeton.

 

Barker, Elton T. E. / Christensen, Joel P.:

––– (2016) Odysseus's nostos and the Odyssey’s nostoi: Rivalry within the Epic Cycle, Philologia Antiqua 7, 85–110, URL: http://oro.open.ac.uk/44414/1/Barker_Christensen.pdf.

 

Beaton, Roderick:

––– (2016) The National Epic of the Modern Greeks? – Digenis Akritis, the Homeric Question, and the Making of a Modern Myth, in: S. Sherratt / J. Bennet (eds.), Archaeology and the Homeric Epic, Sheffield, 156-163.

 

Beaulieu, Marie-Claire:

––– (2015) Ulysse et l’Hadès brumeux: catabase et anabase dans l’Odyssée, Les Études Classique 83, 101-115.

 

Beck, Bill:

––– (2016) Lost in the Middle: Story Time and Discourse Time in the Iliad, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online 1.1, 46-64.

 

Bedke, Andreas:

––– (2016) Der gute Ton bei Homer. Ausprägungen sprachlicher Höflichkeit in Ilias und Odyssee, Münster.

 

Blankenborg, Ronald J.J.:

––– (2016) Ending in the Middle? Enjambment and Homeric Performance, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online 1.1, 65-106.

 

Blume, Horst-Dieter:

––– (2015) Achilles and Patroclus in Troy, in: M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 165-179.

 

Boitani, Piero:

––– (2016) Il grande racconto di Ulisse, Bologna.

 

Brelinski, Tim:

––– (2015) Medon Meets a Cyclops? Odyssey 22.310-380, CQ 65.1, 1-13.

 

Bremmer, Jan N.:

––– (2015) Theseus’ and Peirithoos’ Descent into the Underworld, Les Études Classiques 83, 35-49.

 

Briggs, Ward:

––– (2016) Homer's Gods and Virgil's Aeneid, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 339-352.

 

Brown, Ben K. M.:

––– (2016) The Mirror of Epic. The Iliad and History (Academic Printing & Publishing), Berrima.

 

Brügger, Claude:

––– (2017) Homer’s Iliad. The Basel Commentary. Book XXIV. Trans. by B. Millis and S. Strack. Edited by S.D. Olson, Berlin.

 

Burgess, Jonathan S.:

––– (2015) Homer (Understanding Classics), London.

––– (2016) Localization of the Odyssey’s Underworld, Cahiers des études anciennes 53, 15-37, URL: http://etudesanciennes.revues.org/906.

 

Burton, Diana:

––– (2016) Immortal Achilles, Greece & Rome 63.1, 1-28.

 

Butler, Shane:

––– (2016) Homer’s Deep, in: S. Butler (ed.), Deep Classics. Rethinking Classical Reception, London, 21-48.

 

Carey, Chris:

––– (2016) Homer and Epic in Herodotus' Book 7, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 71-90.

 

Casadeús Bordoy, Francesc:

––– (2015) The Myth of Er: Between Homer and Orpheus, Les Études Classiques 83, 299-311.

 

Cavallini, Eleonora:

––– (2015) In the Footsteps of Homeric Narrative: Anachronisms and Other Supposed Mistakes in Troy, in: M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 65-85.

––– (2015) La Nekya omerica (Odissea XI) nella traduzione di Cesare Pavese, a cura di Eleonora Cavallini, Alessandria.

 

Christensen, Joel P.:

––– (2015) Diomedes' Foot Wound and Homeric Reception Myth, in: J. M. González (ed.), Diachrony: Diachronic Studies in Ancient Greek Literature and Culture, Berlin, 17-41.

––– (2015) Time and Self-Referentiality in the Iliad and Frank Herbert’s Dune, in: B. M. Rogers / B. E. Stevens (eds.), Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, Oxford, 161-176.

 

Christodoulos Zekas:

––– (2016) Odysseus as Storyteller. Narrator and Speech Formulation in the Thrinacia Episode, Mnemosyne. URL: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/1568525x-12342196.

 

Clauss, James J. / Cuypers, Martine / Kahane, Ahuvia (eds.):

––– (2016) The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart.

 

Coray, Marina:

––– (2016) Homer’s Iliad. The Basel Commentary. Book XIX. Edited by S.D. Olson, Berlin.

 

Currie, Bruno:

––– (2016) Homer’s Allusive Art, Oxford.

 

Dalley, Stephanie:

––– (2016) Gilgamesh and Heroes at Troy: Myth, History and Education, in: S. Sherratt / J. Bennet (eds.), Archaeology and the Homeric Epic, Sheffield, 116-134.

 

Davis, Jack L. / Lynch, Kathleen M. / Hofstra, Susanne:

––– (2016) Remembering and Forgetting Nestor: Pylian Pasts Pluperfect?, in: S. Sherratt / J. Bennet (eds.), Archaeology and the Homeric Epic, Sheffield, 53-73.

 

Deacy, Susan / McHardy, Fiona:

––– (2015) Ajax, Cassandra and Athene: Retaliatory Warfare and Gender Violence at the Sack of Troy, in: G. Lee / H. Whittaker / G. Wrightson (eds.), Ancient Warfare. Introducing Current Research, vol. 1, Newcastle upon Tyne, 252-272.

 

de Cristofaro, Luigi:

––– (2016) Histologia homerica. Studio sulle sezioni dell'Iliade; i gruppi di nove versi (1 + 8,2 + 7), Rome.

 

de Jong, Irene J.:

––– (2016) Homer: The First Tragedian, Greece & Rome 63.2, 149-162.

 

Dell'Oro, Francesca:

––– (2015) Zu Ursprung und Geschichte der altgriechischen Adjektive auf ‑imos I: wie entstand die Modalität bei dieser Adjektivklasse?, in: T. Krisch / S. Niederreiter (eds.), Aktuelle Themen aus historischer und vergleichender Sprachwissenschaft. Akten der XXXX. Österreichische Linguistiktagung, Arbeitsgruppe Historisch‑vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft, 22.-24. November 2013, Salzburg, IBS 150, Innsbruck, Institut für Sprachen und Literaturen der Universität Innsbruck, 54-64.

 

Desmond, Marilynn:

––– (2016) Trojan Itineraries and the Matter of Troy, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, volume 1, 800-1558, Oxford, 251-268.

 

Dickinson, Oliver:

––– (2016) The Will to Believe: Why Homer Cannot be ‘True’ in a Meaningful Sense, in: S. Sherratt / J. Bennet (eds.), Archaeology and the Homeric Epic, Sheffield, 10-19.

 

Drews, Friedemann:

––– (2016) Und es lächelte die Göttin Athene. Zur Theologie, Psychologie und Einheit des 13. Buchs der Odyssee, Gymnasium 123.6, 529-557.

 

Dubel, Sandrine / Favreau-Linder, Anne-Marie / Oudot, Estelle (eds.): 

––– (2015) À l'École d'Homère. La culture des orateurs et des sophistes, Paris.

 

Efstathiou, Athanasios / Karamanou, Ioanna:

––– (2016) Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin.

 

Efstathiou, Athanasios:

––– (2016) Argumenta Homerica: Homer’s Reception by Aeschines, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 93-124.

 

Faraone, Christopher A.:

––– (2016) On the Eve of Epic: Did the Chryses Episode in Iliad 1 Begin Its Life as a Separate Homeric Hymn, in: I. Kliger / B. Maslov / E. Hayot (eds.), Persistent Forms: Explorations in Historical Poetics, New York, 397-428.

 

Fenno, Jonathan:

––– (2016) Stretching out the Battle: Zeus and Measurement in the Iliad, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online 1.1, 106-136.

 

Fernández Delgado, José A. / Pordomingo, Francisca:

––– (2015) P. Berol. 9774: contaminación inversa de Homero y Hesíodo, in: L. del Corso / F. de Vivo / A. Stramaglia (eds.), Nel segno del testo. Edizioni, materiali e studi per Oronzo Pecere (Papyrologica Florentina 44), Florence, 31-40.

 

Fries, Almut:

––– (2016) Evidence from Rhesus for the Text of Homer and Drama, Philologus 160.1, 19-32.

 

Galanakos, Spyridon P. / Bot, Arjan G. J. / Macheras, George A.:

––– (2015) Pelvic and Lower Extremity Injuries in Homer's Iliad: A Review of the Literature, Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 78.1, 204-208.

 

Gerhards, Meik:

––– (2015) Homer und die Bibel. Studien zur Interpretation der Ilias und ausgewählter alttestamentlicher Texte (Wissenschaftliche Monographien zum Alten und Neuen Testament 144), Neukirchen-Vluyn.

 

Gerigk, Horst-Jürgen:

––– (2016) Erstes Beispiel: Homer: „Odyssee“, in: Lesendes Bewusstsein. Untersuchungen zur philosophischen Grundlage der Literaturwissenschaft (Abhandlungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen Neue Folge 42), Berlin, 169-185.

 

Giannopoulou, Zina:

––– (2016) Middles and Prophecy in the Odyssey, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online 1.1, 137-158.

 

Giebel, Marion:

––– (2015) Vade mecum. Homer, Cicero & co für unterwegs, Stuttgart.

 

González, José M.:

––– (2015) The Epic Rhapsode and His Craft. Homeric Performance in a Diachronic Perspective (Hellenic Studies Series 47), Cambridge, MA.

 

Goode, Catherine, F.:

––– (2015) Genealogical History and Character in Homeric Epic, Diss. Durham.

 

Graziosi, Barbara:

––– (2015) On Seeing the Poet: Arabic, Italian and Byzantine Portraits of Homer, Scandinavian Journal of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 1, 25-47.

––– (2016) Homer, Oxford.

––– (2016) Theologies of the Family in Homer and Hesiod, in: E. Eidinow / J. Kindt / R. Osborne (eds.), Theologies of Ancient Greek Religion, Cambridge, 35-61.

 

Green, Peter:

––– (2016) Homer. Iliad. A New Translation, Oakland.

 

Grethlein, Jonas:

––– (2015) Vision and Reflexivity in the Odyssey and Early Vase-Painting, Word & Image: A Journal of Verbal / Visual Enquiry 31.3, 197-212.

 

Grobéty, Gaël:

––– (2015) Revised Iliadic Epiphanies in Dan Simmon's Ilium, in: B.M. Rogers / B. E. Stevens (eds.), Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, Oxford, 263-279.

 

Grossardt, Peter:

––– (2016) Praeconia Maeonidae magni. Studien zur Entwicklung der Homer-Vita in archaischer und klassischer Zeit (Leipziger Studien zur Klassischen Philologie 10), Tübingen.

 

Grote, Oliver:

––– (2016) Die homerische agorê und die Herausbildung politischer Rollen und Verfahren in archaischer Zeit, Gymnasium 123.3, 247-279.

 

Halliwell, Stephen:

––– (2015) Between Ecstasy and Truth. Interpretations of Greek Poetics from Homer to Longinus, Oxford.

 

Hardwick, Lorna:

––– (2016) Homer, Repetition and Reception, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 15-28.

 

Heinsch, Cornelia:

––– (2016) "Nichts Süßeres sonst als das eigene Land". Ankunftsraum und Herkunftsraum im 13. Buch der Odyssee, in: M. Benz / K. Dennerlein (eds.), Literarische Räume der Herkunft. Fallstudien zu einer historischen Narratologie, Berlin, 19-40.

 

Hesk, Jon:

––– (2015) Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line and Homeric Epic: Spectacle, Simile, Scene and Situation, in: A. Bakogianni / V. M. Hope (eds.), War as Spectacle. Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, London, 313-334.

––– (2016) Seeing in the Dark: kleos, Tragedy and Perception in Iliad 10, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 32-59.

 

Heslin, Peter:

––– (2016) Ovid's Cycnus and Homer’s Achilles Heel, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 69-99.

 

Holmes, Brooke:

––– (2015) Situating Scamander: 'Natureculture' in the Iliad, Ramus 44.1–2, 29–51.

 

Horn, Fabian:

––– (2015) Sleeping the Brazen Slumber – A Cognitive Approach to Hom. Il. 11.241, Philologus 159.2, 197-206.

 

Hunter, Richard:

––– (2015) The Rhetorical Criticism of Homer, in: F. Montanari (ed.), Brill’s Companion to Ancient Greek Scholarship, Leiden, 673-705.

––– (2016) The Hippias Minor and the Traditions of Homeric Criticism, The Cambridge Classical Journal 62, 85-107.

 

Jacob, Daniel J.:

––– (2016) Symbolic Remarriage in Homer’s Odyssey and Euripides' Alcestis, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 343-354.

 

Jenkyns, Richard:

––– (2016) Classical Literature. An Epic Journey from Homer to Virgil and Beyond, New York.

 

Kanavou, Nikoletta:

––– (2015) The Names of Homeric Heroes. Problems and Interpretations, Berlin.

 

Kanellou, Maria:

––– (2016) ρμιόνην, εδος χε χρυσέης ᾿Aφροδίτης (Od. 4.14): Praising a Female through Aphrodite – From Homer into Hellenistic Epigram, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 189-204.

 

Karamanou, Ioanna:

––– (2016) Euripides’ 'Trojan Trilogy' and the Reception of the Epic Tradition, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin 355-368.

––– (2016) Introduction: The Contexts of Homeric Reception, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 1-12.

 

Kayachev, Boris:

––– (2016) Scylla the Beauty and Scylla the Beast: A Homeric Allusion in the Ciris, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 277-288.

 

Kelly, Adrian:

––– (2015) Stesichorus' Homer, in: P. J. Finglass / A. Kelly (eds.). Stesichorus in Context, Cambridge, 21-44.

 

Kircher, Nils:

––– (2016) Tragik bei Homer und Vergil (Studien zu Literatur und Erkenntnis 9), Heidelberg.

 

Kofler, Wolfgang / Schaffenrath, Florian:

––– (2015) Petersen's Epic Technique: Troy and Its Homeric Model, in: M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 86-107.

 

Kreij, Mark de:

––– (2016) The priming act in Homeric epic, in: M. Antovic / C. Pagán Cánovas (eds.), Oral Poetics and Cognitive Science, Berlin, 148-196.

 

Kyle, Donald G.:

––– (2015) Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World, Chichester.

 

Lavigne, Donald:

––– (2016) Archilochus and Homer in the Rhapsodic Context, in: C. Carey / L. Swift (eds.), Greek Iambos and Elegy: New Approaches, Oxford, 74-98.

 

Lorenz, Katharina:

––– (2016) Split-screen Visions: Heracles on Top of Troy in the Casa di

Octavius Quartio in Pompeii, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 218-247.

 

Louden, Bruce:

––– (2015) Odysseus in Troy, in: M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 180-190.

 

Maltby, Robert:

––– (2016) Homer in Servius: A Judgement on Servius as a Commentator on Virgil, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 303-314.

 

Manolea, Christina-Panagiota:

––– (2016) Homeric Echoes, Pythagorean Flavour: The Reception of Homer in Iamblichus, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 175-186.

 

Mantzouranis, Kleanthis:

––– (2016) A Philosophical Reception of Homer: Homeric Courage in Aristotle’s Discussion of νδρεία, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 163-174.

 

Maravela, Anastasia:

––– (2015) Demeter 'Nods' to Aphrodite? Narrative Interactions between the 'Homeric' Hymn to Aphrodite and the Hymn to Demeter, in: F. Dell' Oro / O. Lagacherie (eds.), Πολυφόρβ Γαί. Mélanges de littérature et linguistique offerts à Françoise Létoublon (GAIA 18), Grenoble, 157-172.

 

Marks, Jim:

––– (2016) Herding Cats: Zeus, the Other Gods, and the Plot of the Iliad, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 60-75.

 

Marshall, C. W.:

––– (2016) Odysseus and The Infinite Horizon, in: G. Kovacs / C.W. Marshall (eds.), Son of Classics and Comics, Oxford, 3-32.

 

Martin, Richard P.:

––– (2016) Poseidon in the Odyssey, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 76-94.

 

Martín-Rodríguez, Antonio M.:

––– (2015) The Fall of Troy: Intertextual Presences in Wolfgang Petersen’s Film, in: M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 203-223.

 

Maslov, Boris:

––– (2016) The Genealogy of the Muses: An Internal Reconstruction of Archaic Greek Metapoetics, American Journal of Philology 137.3, 411-446.

 

Matijević, Krešimir:

––– (2015) Ursprung und Charakter der homerischen Jenseitsvorstellungen, Paderborn.

 

Mazarakis Ainian, Alexander:

––– (2016) Heroes in Early Iron Age Greece and the Homeric Epics, in: S. Sherratt / J. Bennet (eds.), Archaeology and the Homeric Epic, Sheffield, 101-115.

 

McClellan, Andrew M.:

––– (2016) The Death and Mutilation of Imbrius in Iliad 13, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online 1.1, 159-174.

 

Michaelopoulos, Andreas N.:

––– (2016) Homer in Love: Homeric Reception in Propertius and Ovid, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 289-300.

 

Michalopoulos, Charilaos N.:

––– (2016) "tollite me, Teucri" (Verg. Aen. 3.601): Saving Achaemenides, Saving Homer, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 263-276.

 

Michelakis, Pantelis:

––– (2016) The Reception of Homer in Silent Film, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 393-404.

 

Mikellidou, Katerina:

––– (2016) Aeschylus Reading Homer: The Case of the Psychagogoi, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 331-342.

 

Miles, Geoffrey:

––– (2015) Chasing Odysseus in Twenty-First Century Children’s Fiction, in: L. Maurice (ed.), The Reception of Ancient Greece and Rome in Children’s Literature: Heroes and Eagles, Leiden, 213-232.

 

Miller, Rebecca Anne:

––– (2015) The Roman Odysseus. Diss. Harvard University.

 

Minchin, Elizabeth:

––– (2016) Repetition in Homeric Epic: Cognitive and Linguistic Perspectives, in: M. Antovic / C. Pagán Cánovas (eds.), Oral Poetics and Cognitive Science, Berlin, 12-29.

 

Montiglio, Silvia:

––– (2016) The Spell of Hypnos. Sleep and Sleeplessness in Ancient Greek Literature, London.

 

Morrison, James V.:

––– (2015) Shipwreck Narratives in Homer's Odyssey and Coetzee’s Foe, in: C. A. Clark / E. Foster / J. P. Hallett (eds.), Kinesis: The Ancient Depiction of Gesture, Motion, and Emotion, Ann Arbor, 235-247.

 

Mueller, Melissa:

––– (2016) Recognition and the Forgotten Senses in the Odyssey, Helios 43.1, 1-20.

 

Murgatroyd, Paul:

––– (2015) The Wrath of Poseidon, CQ NS 65, 444-448.

 

Murnaghan, Sheila:

––– (2015) Men into Pigs: Circe’s Transformations in Versions of the Odyssey for Children, in: L. Maurice (ed.), The Reception of Ancient Greece and Rome in Children’s Literature: Heroes and Eagles, Leiden, 195-212.

 

Myers, Tobias A.:

––– (2015) "What If We Had a War and Everybody Came?": War as Spectacle and the Duel of Iliad 3, in: A. Bakogianni / V. M. Hope (eds.), War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, London, 25-42.

 

Nappi, Marella:

––– (2015) Women and War in the Iliad: Rhetorical and Ethical Implications, in: J. Fabre-Serris / A. M. Keith (eds.), Women and War in Antiquity, Baltimore, 34-51.

 

Oliver, Kevin:

––– (2015) Ambiguous 'Αμηχανος in Homer and Apollonius Rhodius: (IL. 19.273; OD. 19.363; AR. 3.126, 3.951, and 4.1049), Hermes 143.2, 129-140.

 

Ormand, Kirk:

––– (2016) Divine Perspective and the Plots of Zeus in the Hesiodic Catalogue, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 43-59.

 

Pabst Battin, Margaret (ed.):

––– (2015) Homer, in: The Ethics of Suicide. Historical Sources, Oxford, 38-41.

 

Papaioannou, Sophia:

––– (2016) Embracing Homeric Orality in the Aeneid: Revisiting the Composition Politics of Virgil’s First Descriptio, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 249-262.

 

Peraki-Kyriakidou, Helen:

––– (2016) Trees and Plants in Poetic Emulation: From the Homeric Epic to Virgil’s Eclogues, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 227-248.

 

Petersen, Daniel / Pabst Battin, Margaret:

––– (2015) Live from Troy: Embedded in the Trojan War, in: M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 27-47.

 

Petrain, David:

––– (2016) Homer in Stone. The Tabulae Iliacae in their Roman Context, Cambridge.

 

Petrakou, Kyriaki:

––– (2016) Odysseus Satirical: The Merry Dealing of the Homeric Myth in Modern Greek Theatre, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin 379-390.

 

Petrovic, Ivana:

––– (2016) On Finding Homer: The Impact of Homeric Scholarship on the Perception of South Slavic Οral Traditional Poetry, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 315-328.

 

Phillips, Tom:

––– (2015) Glossing Achilles: Horace, Epode 13, CJ NS 61, 91-98.

––– (2015) Iliad 13.754: ΟΡΕΙ ΝΙΦΟΕΝΤΙ ΕΟΙΚΩΣ, CQ NS 65, 439-443.

 

Powell, Barry B.:

––– (2015) Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey. The Essential Books. Translation, Introduction, and Notes, New York.

 

Probert, Philomen:

––– (2016) Zeus on the stud farm? Against a Homeric instance of attractio relativi, Mnemosyne 69.3, 365-381.

 

Pucci, Pietro:

––– (2016) Divine Protagonists in the Iliad: Hector’s Death in Book 22, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online 1.1, 175-205.

 

Purves, Alex:

––– (2016) Feeling on the Surface: Touch and Emotion in Fuseli and Homer, in: S. Butler (ed.), Deep Classics. Rethinking Classical Reception, London, 67-86.

 

Ready, Jonathan L.:

––– (2015) The Textualization of Homeric Epic by Means of Dictation, TAPhA 145.1, 1-75.

 

Rogers, Brett M.:

––– (2015) Hybrids and Homecoming in the Odyssey and Alien Resurrection, in: B. M. Rogers / B. E. Stevens (eds.), Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, Oxford, 217-242

 

Roisman, Hanna M.:

––– (2015) Rhesus’ Allusions to the Homeric Hector, Hermes 143.1, 1-23.

 

Schein, Seth L.:

––– (2016) Homeric Epic and Its Reception. Interpretative Essays, Oxford.

 

Sevelsted, Rasmus:

––– (2016) Against Mimesis. On Allegory and Hidden Meaning in Early Greek Poetics. Diss. Copenhagen University.

 

Sherratt, Susan:

––– (2016) Homeric Epic and Contexts of Bardic Creation, in: S. Sherratt / J. Bennet (eds.), Archaeology and the Homeric Epic, Sheffield, 35-52.

 

Sherratt, Susan / Bennet, John (eds.):

––– (2016) Archaeology and Homeric Epic, Sheffield.

 

Snodgrass, Anthony:

––– (2016) Homer, the Moving Target, in: S. Sherratt / J. Bennet (eds.), Archaeology and the Homeric Epic, Sheffield, 1-9.

 

Solomon, Jon:

––– (2015) Homer’s Iliad in Popular Culture. The Roads to Troy, in: M. M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 224-254.

 

Squire, Michael:

––– (2016) Epic Visions on the Tabulae Iliacae, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 248-282.

 

Stein, Charles D.:

––– (2016) The Life and Death of Agamemnon’s Scepter: The Imagery of Achilles (Iliad 1.234-239), Classical World, 109.4, 447-463.

 

Steinrück, Martin:

––– (2016) Vers und Stimme. Studien zur antiken Serienmetrik und ihrer pragmatischen Funktion: Hexameter bei Homer Hesiod, den homerischen Hymnen, Parmenides, Kallimachos, Theokrit, Nikander, Quintus und Nonnos, Trieste.

––– (2016) Vêtements: un argument accentuel en faveur de l'hypothèse d’une survivance syntaxique des catalgoues mycéniens dans l'Odyssée, in: A. Neumann-Hartmann / T. S. Schmidt (eds.), Munera Friburgensia. Festschrift zu Ehren von Margarethe Billerbeck, Bern, 27-40.

 

Sukava, Tyson:

––– (2016) Singing a Different Body: Anatomical Descriptions in Chapman’s Iliad, Mouseion 13.1, 7-34.

 

Swift, Laura:

––– (2015) Negotiating Seduction: Archilochus' Cologne Epode and the Transformation of Epic, Philologus 159.1, 2-28.

 

Swinney, Christian:

––– (2016) Helmet Use and Head Injury in Homer's Iliad, World Neurosurgery 90, 14-19.

 

Tagliabue, Aldo:

––– (2015) Heliodorus's Aethiopica and the Odyssean Mnesterophonia: An Intermedial Reading, TAPA 145.2, 445-468.

 

Theisen, Nicholas:

––– (2016) (Un)reading the Odyssey in Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, in: G. Kovacs / C.W. Marshall (eds.), Son of Classics and Comics, Oxford, 79-94.

 

Thliveri, Hara:

––– (2016) "Travelling to the Light, Aiming at the Infinite": The Odyssey of Mikis Theodorakis, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 417-434.

 

Tomasso, Vincent:

––– (2016) Rhapsodic Receptions of Homer in Multiform Proems of the Iliad, American Journal of Philology 137.3, 377-409.

 

Turkeltaub, Daniel:

––– (2015) Penelope’s Lion, ΘϒΜΟΛÉΩΝ Husband, and ΘϒΜÓΣ-Destroying Pain, CJ 110.3, 279-302.

 

Valenti, Veronica A.:

––– (2015) Elogio dell′anima: uno studio sull′ Odissea, Pisa.

 

Vasiliu, Anca:

––– (2016) Divines techniques. Arts et langage homérique à la fin de l' Antiquité, Paris.

 

Ventura, Francisco S.:

––– (2016) From Ithaca to Troy: The Homeric City in Cinema and Television, in: M. G. Morcillo / P. Hanesworth / O.L. Marchena (eds.), Imagining Ancient Cities in Film: From Babylon to Cinecittà (Routledge Studies in Ancient History 9), New York and London.

 

Verity, Anthony / Allan, William:

––– (2016) The Odyssey (Oxford World’s Classics), Oxford.

 

Viltanioti, Irini-Fotini:

––– (2015) L'harmonie des Sirènes: d'Homère au pythagorisme ancien, in: L'harmonie des Sirènes du pythagorisme ancient à Platon, Berlin, 46-84.

 

Volonaki, Eleni:

––– (2016) Homeric Values in the Epitaphios Logos, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 125-146.

 

Vout, Caroline:

––– (2016) Epic in the Round, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 191-217.

 

Wehr, Oliver:

––– (2015) Die Ilias und Argos. Ein Beitrag zur homerischen Frage (Studien zur klassischen Philologie 168), Frankfurt a.M.

 

Weinlich, Barbara P.:

––– (2015) A New Briseis in Troy, in: M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 191-202.

 

Winkler, Martin M.:

––– (ed., 2015) Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden.

––– (2015) Troy and the Cinematic Afterlife of Homeric Gods, in: M. M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 108-164.

––– (2015) Wolfang Petersen on Homer and Troy, in: M. M. Winkler (ed.), Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic, Leiden, 16-26.

 

Yamagata, Naoko:

––– (2015) From Our Own Correspondent: Authorial Commentary on the 'Spectacles of War' in Homer and in the Tale of the Heike, in: A. Bakogianni / V. M. Hope (eds.), War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, London, 43-56.

 

Ypsilanti, Maria:

––– (2016) The Reception of Homeric Vocabulary in Nonnus' Paraphrase of St. John’s Gospel: Εxamination of Themes and Formulas in Selected Passages, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 215-224.

 

Weiß, Philipp:

––– (2017) Homer und Vergil im Vergleich. Ein Paradigma antiker Literaturkritik und seine Ästhetik (Classica Monacensia), Tübingen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hesiod

 

 

Bonanno, Daniela:  

––– (2016) Figlia della Notte e compagna di Aidos: Nemesis, dike e il senso del limite in Esiodo, in: D. Bonanno / P. Funke / M. Haake (eds.), Rechtliche Verfahren und religiöse Sanktionierung in der griechisch-römischen Antike. Akten einer deutsch-italienischen Tagung, Palermo, 11. - 13. Dezember 2014, Stuttgart, 103-114.

 

Canevaro, Lilah G.:

––– (2015) Hesiod’s Works and Days: How to Teach Self-Sufficiency, Oxford.

 

Clauss, James J. / Cuypers, Martine / Kahane, Ahuvia (eds.):

––– (2016) The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart.

 

Clay, Jenny:

––– (2016) The Justice of Zeus in the Theogony?, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 21-31.

 

D’Alessio, Giambattista:

––– (2015) Theogony and Titanomachy, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 199-212.

 

Fernández Delgado, José A. / Pordomingo, Francisca:

––– (2015) P. Berol. 9774: contaminación inversa de Homero y Hesíodo, in: L. del Corso / F. de Vivo / A. Stramaglia (eds.), Nel segno del testo. Edizioni, materiali e studi per Oronzo Pecere (Papyrologica Florentina 44), Florence, 31-40.

 

Gainsford, Peter:

––– (2016) Early Greek Hexameter Poetry (New Surveys in the Classics), Cambridge.

 

Golla, Korbinian:

––– (2016) Hesiods Erga. Aspekte ihrer geistigen Physiognomie (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 351), Berlin.

 

González Suárez, Manuel:

––– (2015) Los compuestos de Hesíodo, Habis 46, 19-33.

 

Graziosi, Barbara:

––– (2016) Theologies of the Family in Homer and Hesiod, in: E. Eidinow / J. Kindt / R. Osborne (eds.), Theologies of Ancient Greek Religion, Cambridge, 35-61.

 

Heckenlively, Timothy:

––– (2016) Ares in the Pseudo-Hesiodic Shield, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 118-134.

 

Heldmann, Konrad:

––– (2015) Liebesschwüre mit und Ohne Hesiod. Eine hellenistische Erzählung in Apollodors Bibliotheke über Zeus und Io und den Tod des Argos, Hermes 143.3, 288-314.

 

Horn, Fabian:

––– (2016) 'Order from Chaos' Ecphrasis and Meaning in Context in the Pseudo-Hesiodic Shield of Heracles, Hermes 144.2, 124-137.

 

Lombardi, Michela:

––– (2015) Nel laboratorio di Esiodo tra imitazione e stile formulare, Wiener Studien 128, 5-17.

 

Maslov, Boris:

––– (2016) The Genealogy of the Muses: An Internal Reconstruction of Archaic Greek Metapoetics, American Journal of Philology 137.3, 411-446.

 

Mason, Henry C.:

––– (2015) The Hesiodic Aspis: Introduction and Commentary on vv. 139-237, Diss. Oxford.

––– (2016) Jason’s Cloak and the Shield of Heracles, Mnemosyne 69.2, 183-201.

 

Mueller, Melissa:

––– (2016) The Disease of Mortality in Hesiod’s Theogony: Prometheus, Herakles, and the Invention of Kleos, Ramus 45.1, 1-17.

 

Ormand, Kirk:

––– (2016) Divine Perspective and the Plots of Zeus in the Hesiodic Catalogue, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 43-59.

 

Peigney, Jocelyne:

––– (2015) Γαα et l’action humaine dans la Théogonie, Gaia 18, 187-196.

 

Pironti, Gabriella:

––– (2015) La Gaia di Esiodo: cosmogonia e mito di successione, in: M. Bettini / G. Pucci (eds.), Terrantica. Volti, miti e immagini della Terra nell’ Antichità, Milano, 62-79.

 

Scully, Stephen:

––– (2015) Hesiod’s Theogony. From Near Eastern Creation Myths to Paradise Lost, New York.

 

Sevelsted, Rasmus:

––– (2016) Against Mimesis. On Allegory and Hidden Meaning in Early Greek Poetics. Diss. Copenhagen University.

 

Stamatopoulou, Zoe:

––– (2016) The Quarrel with Perses and Hesiod's Biographical Tradition, Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 56, 1–17.

 

Van Noorden, Helen:

––– (2015) Playing Hesiod. The Myth of the Races in Classical Antiquity, Cambridge.

 

Vergados, Athanassios:

––– (2015) Narrative Strategies and Hesiodic Reception in Callimachus’ Λουτρ Παλλάδος, in: A. Faulkner / O. Hodkinson (eds.), Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymn (Mnemosyne Supplement 384), Leiden, 69-86.

 

Worman, Nancy: 

––– (2015) Rural Resources: Hesiod, Pindar, and Establishing Poetic Dominion, in Landscape and the Spaces of Metaphor in Ancient Literary Theory and Criticism, Cambridge, 66-103.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apollonius Rhodius

 

 

Clauss, James J.:

––– (2016) Heldendämmerung Anticipated: The Gods in Apollonius' Argonautica, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 135-151.

 

Finkmann, Simone:

––– (2015) Polyxo and the Lemnian Episode – An Inter- and Intratextual Study of Apollonius Rhodius, Valerius Flaccus, and Statius, Dictynna 12.

URL : http://dictynna.revues.org/1135.

 

Heerink, Mark:

––– (2015) Echoing Hylas. A Study in Hellenistic and Roman Metapoetics, Madison.

 

Hulse, Peter:

––– (2015) A Commentary on the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius, Book 4.1-481, Diss. Nottingham.

 

Hunter, Richard L.:

––– (2015) Argonautica. Book IV, Cambridge.

 

Koukouzika, Demetra:

––– (2016) Epigrams in Epic? The Case of Apollonius Rhodius, in: E. Sistakou / A. Rengakos (eds.), Dialect, Diction, and Style in Greek Literary and Inscribed Epigram (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 43), Berlin, 139-149.

 

Oliver, Kevin:

––– (2015) Ambiguous 'Αμηχανος in Homer and Apollonius Rhodius: (IL. 19.273, OD. 19.363, AR. 3.126, 3.951, and 4.1049), Hermes 143.2, 129-140.

 

Mason, Henry C.:

––– (2016) Jason’s Cloak and the Shield of Heracles, Mnemosyne 69.2, 183-201.

 

Montiglio, Silvia:

––– (2016) The Spell of Hypnos. Sleep and Sleeplessness in Ancient Greek Literature, London.

 

Murray, Jackie:

––– (2016) Apollonius of Rhodes, Argonautica: Text and Commentary, in: D. Sider (ed.), Hellenistic Greek Poetry: A Selection, Ann Arbor, 64-96.

 

Polt, Christopher B.:

––– (2016) A Catullan / Apollonian ’Window Reference’ at Vergil, Eclogue 4.31-36, Hermes 144.1, 118-122. 

 

Serafimidis, Christina:

––– (2016) Ererbte Waffen, Homerische Wörter aus dem Sachbereich 'Kampf und Krieg' in den Argonautica des Apollonius Rhodius (Studien zur klassischen Philologie 174), Frankfurt am Main.

 

Sistakou, Evina:

––– (2015) The Epic Mythology in Apollonius Rhodius’ Argonautica, Philologia Antiqua 8, 117-128.

––– (2016) Tragedy into Epic in Apollonius’ Argonautica, in: Tragic Failures. Alexandrian Responses to Tragedy and the Tragic (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 38), Berlin, 141-167.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Early Latin Epic

 

 

Álvarez Morán, María C. / Iglesias Montiel, Rosa M.:

––– (2015) Voces femeninas en la épica latina, Consuelo Voces femeninas en la epica latina, Ianua Classicorum. Temas y formas del Mundo Clásico 2, 313-348.

 

Cerri, Giovanni:

––– (2015) I poemi ciclici nel giudizio di Aristotele e di Quinto Smirneo, Philologia Antiqua 8, 129-150.

 

Elliot, Jackie:

––– (2016) Commenting on Fragments: The Case of Ennius’ Annales, in: C. S. Kraus / C. Stray (eds.), Classical Commentaries. Explorations in a Scholarly Genre, Oxford, 136-156.

––– (2016) Ennius and the Architecture of the Annales, Cambridge.

 

Dangel, Jacqueline:

––– (2015) Héros et héroïnes dans l'épopée latine républicaine, de Livius Andronicus à Ennius, Cahiers Forell - Formes et Représentations en Linguistique et Littérature - Héros et héroïsme dans l'épopée latine, URL: http://09.edel.univ-poitiers.fr/lescahiersforell/index.php?id=313.

 

Keith, Alison:

––– (2016) City Lament in Augustan Epic: Antitypes of Rome from Troy to Alba Longa, in: M. R. Bachvarova / D. Dutsch / A. Suter (eds.) The Fall of Cities in the Mediterranean. Commemoration in Literature, Folk-Song, and Liturgy, Cambridge, 156-182.

 

Miller, Rebecca A.:
––– (2015) The Roman Odysseus. Diss. Harvard University.

 

Tischer, Ute:

––– (2015) Zitat, Fragment und Kontext: Enn. Ann. frg. 6,14 Sk. und die Rolle kontextueller Aspekte bei der Deutung von Fragmenten, Hermes 143.3, 333-355.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vergil

 

Adkin, Neil:

––– (2015) On a New Virgil Acrostic: Aeneid 6.77-84, Mnemosyne 68.6, 1018-1019.

 

Barchiesi, Alessandro:

––– (2015) Homeric Effects in Vergil’s Narrative. Translated by I. Marchesi and M. Fox, with a New Foreword by P. Hardie and a New Afterword by the Author, Princeton.

––– (2016) Jupiter the Antiquarian: The Name of Iulus (Virgil, Aeneid I. 267 - 268), in: R. Hunter (ed.), Latin Literature and its Transmission. Papers in Honour of Michael Reeve, Cambridge, 1-9.

 

Bednarowski, K. Paul:

––– (2015) Dido and the Motif of Deception in Aeneid 2 and 3, TAPhA 145.1, 135-172.

 

Bernstein, Neil W.:

––– (2016) Revisiting Ovidian Silius, along with Lucretian, Vergilian and Lucanian Silius in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 225-248.

 

Bing, Peter:

––– (2016) Epicurus and the Iuvenis at Virgil's Eclogue 1, 42, CQ 66.1, 172-179.

 

Briggs, Ward:

––– (2016) Homer’s Gods and Virgil’s Aeneid, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 339-352.

 

Bruhat, Marie-Odile:

––– (2015) Présence de Virgile et d’Ovide dans la poésie de Paulin de Nole, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 139-154.

 

Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew:

––– (2015) Does Aeneas Violate the Truce in Aeneid 11?, CQ 65.2, 704-713.

 

Castelletti, Cristiano / Siegenthaler, Pierre:

––– (2016) Virgilian Echoes in the Aenigmata Symposii: Two Unnoticed Technopaignia, Philologus 160.1, 133-150.

 

Chatelain, Marie-Claire:

––– (2015) La place accordée à Ovide face au modèle virgilien dans les jugements critique du XVIIe siècle, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 235-249.

 

Clauss, James J. / Cuypers, Martine / Kahane, Ahuvia (eds.):

––– (2016) The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart.

 

Clément-Tarantino, Séverine / Klein, Florence:

––– (2015) Introduction, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 11-37.

––– (eds., 2015) La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq.

 

Conte, Gian B.:

––– (2016) Critical Notes on Virgil. Editing the Teubner Text of the "Georgics" and "Aeneid", Berlin.

––– (2016) On the Text of the Aeneid: An Editor's Experience, in: R. Hunter (ed.), Latin Literature and its Transmission. Papers in Honour of Michael Reeve, Cambridge, 54-67.

 

Cowan, Robert:

––– (2015) On the Weak King according to Vergil: Aeolus, Latinus, and Political Allegoresis in the Aeneid, Vergilius 61, 97-124.

 

Cox, Fiona:

––– (2015) Le role d’Orphée chez Sylvie Germain, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 327-337.

 

Dainotti, Paolo:

––– (2015) Word Order and Expressiveness in the Aeneid. Translated from Italian by A. Campbell, Berlin.

 

Davis, Gregson:

––– (2016) Violent Retribution and Pietas: The Closure of the Aeneid Revisited, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 169-182.

 

Davis, Peter:

––– (2016) Freedom of Speech in Virgil and Ovid, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 183-198.

 

Del Vigo, Maria-Luisa:

––– (2016) Virgilio e Servio alla ricerca del mos Romanus, in: A. Garcea / M.‑K. Lhommé / D. Vallat (eds.), Fragments d'érudition. Servius et le savoir antique (Spudasmata 168), Hildesheim, 353-367.

 

Deremetz, Alain:

––– (2015) Virgile et Ovide dans les Épigrammes de Martial, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 95-109.

 

Esposito, John:

––– (2016) Who Kills Turnus? "Pallas" and What Aeneas Sees, Says and Does in Aeneid 12.939–52, The Classical Journal 111.4, 463-481.

 

Fatham, Elaine:

––– (2015) Virgil’s Trojan Women, in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 103-134.

 

Fedeli, Paolo:

––– (2015) La sezione troiana di Prop. 4,1 alla luce dell’ epos virgiliano, in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 135-168.

 

Fielding, Ian:

––– (2015) Naples and the Landscape of Virgilian otium in the Carmina Bucolica of Petrarch and Boccaccio, Illinois Classical Studies 40.1, 185-205.

 

Fladerer, Ludwig:

––– (2015) Wozu Polydorus (Verg. Aen. 3.13-68)? Überlegungen zu einer Episode im Netzwerk von Geschichten, Gymnasium 122.5, 457-480.

 

Fontaine, Michael:

––– (2016) Freudian Bullseyes in Classical Perspective: The Psycholinguistics of Guilt in Virgil’s Aeneid, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 131-150.

 

Fotheringham, Lynn S. / Brooker, Matt:

––– (2016) Storyboarding and Epic, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 168-190.

 

Fratantuono, Lee:

––– (2015) Graviter commotus: Neptune in the Aeneid, Latomus 70.1, 130-148.

––– (2015) Lethaeum ad fluvium: Mercury in the Aeneid, Pallas 99, 295-310, URL: https://pallas.revues.org/3153.

––– (2015) Tum canit Hesperidum miratam mala puellam: The Hesperides and Hesperia in Virgil and Ovid, Eirene, 27-44.

 

Fratantuono, Lee / Smith, R. Alden:

––– (2015) Virgil: Aeneid 5: Text, Translation and Commentary, Leiden.

 

Fucecchi, Marco:

––– (2015) Ambitions de primauté et épopée ‘inclusive’. Les poètes flaviens devant le ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 41-56.

 

Gärtner, Ursula:

––– (2015) Virgil and the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 543-564.

 

Giusti, Elena:

––– (2016) My Enemy’s Enemy is My Enemy: Virgil’s Illogical Use of metus hostilis, in: P. Hardie (ed.), Augustan Poetry and the Irrational, Oxford, 37-55.

 

Gladhill, Bill:

––– (2016) Rethinking Roman alliance. A study in poetics and society, Cambridge.

 

Goh, Ian:

––– (2015) The End of the Beginning: Vergil’s Aeneid in Ovid, Amores 1.2, Greece and Rome 62.2, 167-176.

 

Gowers, Emily:

––– (2016) Dido and the Owl, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 107-130.

 

Griffith, R. Drew:

––– (2016) Divum incedo regina: A Sophoclean Idiom in Vergil, Aeneid 1.46, Philologus 160.1, 172-176.

 

Hampton, Timothy:

––– (2015) Virgil in India: Epic, History, and Military Tactics in the Lusiads, MLN 130.2, 169-182.

 

Hardie, Philip:

––– (2015) Virgilianisms and Ovidianisms in the English Renaissance, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 253-265.

 

Harrison, Stephen J.:

––– (2015) Vergil's Metapoetic Katabasis: The Underworld of Aeneid 6 and the History of Epic, in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 169-194.

 

Haynes, Justin:

––– (2016) Citations of Ovid in Virgil's Ancient Commentators, in: C. S. Kraus / C. Stray (eds.), Classical Commentaries. Explorations in a Scholarly Genre, Oxford, 216-232.

 

Heerink, Mark:

––– (2015) Hylas, Hercules, and Valerius Flaccus’ Reaction to the Aeneid, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 108, 265-308.

 

Herrero de Jáuregui, Miguel:

––– (2015) Traditions of Catabatic Experience in Aeneid 6, Les Études Classiques 83, 329-349.

 

Holzberg, Niklas:

––– (2015) Vergil, Aeneis, Berlin.

 

Horsfall, Nicholas:

––– (2015) Exempla in Virgil' s Underworld, Wiener Studien 128, 63-68.

––– (2016) The Epic Distilled: Studies in the Composition of the Aeneid, Oxford.

 

Huss, Bernhard / König, Gerd / Winkler, Alexander:

––– (2016) "Chronotopic patterns" und Semiosphärenprozesse im zweiten Buch der Aeneis 64-95, in: Chronotopik und Ideologie im Epos (Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift. Beihefte 76), Heidelberg, 64-95.

 

Hutchinson, Gregory:

––– (2015) Space in the Aeneid, in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 251-286.

 

Huyck, Jefferds:

––– (2015) Another Sort of Misogyny: Aeneid 9.140–141, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 108, 245-264.

 

Jaeger, Mary:

––– (2015) Why Is There No Cheese in Horace's Satires? And Related Questions for Vergil and Varro, American Journal of Philology 136.1, 63-90.

 

Jolivet, Jean-Christophe:

––– (2015) Aurore et Rome: topothésie ovidienne et chronographie virgilienne dans le Panégyrique d’Anthémius de Sidoine Apollinaire (Carmen II), in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 155-175.

 

Kania, Raymond:

––– (2016) Unbounded Views: Incomplete Ekphrasis and the Visual Imagination in Virgil, Ramus 45.1, 74-101.

 

Kaster, Robert A.:

––– (2016) Honor Culture, Praise, and Servius’ Aeneid, in: W. Brockliss / P. Chaudhuri / A.H. Lushkov / K. Wasdin (eds.), Reception and the Classics. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition, Cambridge, 45-56.

 

Katz, Joshua T.:

––– (2016) Another Vergilian Signature in the Georgics, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 69-86.

 

Keith, Alison:

––– (2016) City Lament in Augustan Epic: Antitypes of Rome from Troy to Alba Longa, in: M. R. Bachvarova / D. Dutsch / A. Suter (eds.) The Fall of Cities in the Mediterranean. Commemoration in Literature, Folk-Song, and Liturgy, Cambridge, 156-182.

 

Kennedy, Elizabeth:

––– (2016) Revolution and Revenge: Reading Aeneas through Hannibal, in: A. Keith / J. Edmondson (eds.), Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle, Toronto, 185-199.

 

Kersten, Markus:

––– (2015) Über Lucan, Vergil, Naivität und Sentiment. Anmerkungen zum Anti-Vergil, GFA 18, 239–256.

 

Kilgour, Maggie:

––– (2015) Virgil and Ovid, in: P. Cheney / P. Hardie (eds.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, vol. 2, Oxford, 517-538.

 

Kircher, Nils:

––– (2016) Tragik bei Homer und Vergil (Studien zu Literatur und Erkenntnis 9) Heidelberg.

 

Klein, Florence:

––– (2015) Virgile 'le Romain', Ovide 'le néo-Alexandrin'. Jeux génériques et opposition esthétique entre deux modèles dans le Satyricon de Pétrone, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 75-93.

 

Knox, Peter:

––– (2015) Virgil’s Catullian One-Liner, in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 287-320.

 

Lefkowitz, Jeremy B.:

––– (2016) Grand Allusions: Vergil in Phaedrus, American Journal of Philology 137.3, 487-509.

 

Libby, Brigitte B:

––– (2015) Forgetful Theseus and Mindful Aeneas in Catullus 64 and Aeneid 4, in: K. Galinsky (ed.), Memory in Ancient Rome and Early Christianity, Oxford 65-88.

 

Lormier, Juliette:

––– (2015) Influences virgiliennes et ovidiennes dans les Euvres en rime de Jean-Antoine de Baïf. Les multiples modalités de l’imitation, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 355-374.

 

Lovatt, Helen:

––– (2016) Operatic Visions: Berlioz Stages Virgil, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 60-77.

 

Lowe, Dunstan:

––– (2015) Monsters and Monstrosity in Augustan Poetry, Ann Arbor.

 

Mader, Gottfried:

––– (2015) The Final Simile in the Aeneid, Mnemosyne 68.4, 588-604.

 

Marcetta, Antonio:

––– (2016) Virgilio e le dinamiche della memoria nelle vicende umane, Rome.

 

Martini, Cécile / Bossart, Lætitia:

––– (2015) Appendice: Trois éditions remarquables de Virgile et d’Ovide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 355-374.

 

Mazel, Claire:

––– (2015) La réception du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans l’art des XVIe, XVIIe et XVIIe siècles, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 341-354.

 

McAuley, Mairéad:

––– (2016) Reproducing Rome: Motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca, and Statius, Oxford.

 

McCallum, Sarah L.:

––– (2015) Elegiac Amor and Mors in Virgil’s ‘Italian Iliad’. A Case Study (Aeneid 10.185-193), CQ 65.2, 693-703.

––– (2015) Heu Ligurine: Echoes of Vergil in Horace Odes 4.1, Vergilius 61, 29-42.

 

McGill, Scott:

––– (2016) Arms and Amen: Virgil in Juvencus' Evangeliorum libri IV in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 47-76.

 

Michalopoulos, Charilaos N.:

––– (2016) "tollite me, Teucri" (Verg. Aen. 3. 601): Saving Achaemenides, Saving Homer, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 263-276.

 

Molins, Marine:

––– (2015) Les traductions d’Ovide et de Virgile à la Renaissance. Une politique royale, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 283-298.

 

Nabel, Jake:

––– (2015) Venus’ Boots and the Shadow of Caesar in Book 1 of Virgil’s Aeneid, CQ 65.2, 689-692.

 

Nelis, Damien P.:

––– (2015) Juno, Sea-storm and Emotion in Virgil, Aeneid 1.1-156: Homeric and Epicurean Contexts, in: D. Cairns / L. Fulkerson (eds.), Emotions Between Greece and Rome (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, Supplement 125), London, 149-161.

 

Newman, John K.:

––– (2015) Virgil’s Iliad. Reflections on a Secondary Epic, in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 343-402.

 

Petit, Aimé:

––– (2015) De Virgile à Ovide: les amours de Lavine dans le Roman d‘Eneas, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 315-326.

 

Pogorzelski, Randall J.

––– (2016) Virgil and Joyce: Nationalism and Imperialism in the Aeneid and Ulysses, Madison.

 

Powell, Barry B.:

––– (2016) Vergil’s Aeneid. The Essential Books. Translated from the Latin with Notes and Introduction, New York.

 

Prioux, Évelyne:

––– (2015) Le Fromage et le Dentifrice: le couple Virgile-Ovide dans les Xenia et les Apophoreta de Martial, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 111-136.

 

Puche, Océane:

––– (2015) Virgile et Ovide dans la Querelle des Anciens et des Modernes. La traduction de l’héroïde VII par Marie-Jeanne L‘Héritier, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 299-311.

 

Putnam, Michael C. J.:

––– (2015) The Injunction of Apollo (Aen. 9. 638-60), in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 403-428.

––– (2016) The Sense of Two Endings: How Virgil and Statius Conclude, Illinois Classical Studies 41.1, 85-149.

––– (2016) Virgil and the Achilles of Catullus, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 151-168.

 

Rebeggiani, Stefano:

––– (2016) Orestes, Aeneas, and Augustus: Madness and Tragedy in Virgil's Aeneid, in: P. Hardie (ed.), Augustan Poetry and the Irrational, Oxford, 56-73.

 

Reed, Jay:

––– (2016) Mora in the Aeneid, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 87-106.

 

Reif, Matthias:

––– (2016) De arte magorum. Erklärung und Deutung ausgewählter Hexenszenen bei Theokrit, Vergil, Horaz, Ovid, Seneca und Lucan unter Berücksichtigung des Ritualaufbaus und der Relation zu den Zauberpapyri, Göttingen.

 

Ricklin, Thomas:

––– (2015) Der Philosoph als Nekromant. Gerbert von Aurillac (Silvester II.) und Vergil im Hochmittelalter, Interfaces 1, 236-264, URL: http://riviste.unimi.it/interfaces/article/view/4933.

 

Rimell, Victoria:

––– (2015) The Closure of Space in Roman Poetics: Empire’s Inward Turn, Cambridge.

 

Río Torres-Murciano, Antonio:

––– (2016) Polifemo en Yucatán. Variaciones sobre un episodio de la Eneida en la épica cortesiana del Quinientos, Cuadernos de Filología Clásica. Estudios Latinos 36.1, 85-105.

 

Ripoll, François:

––– (2015) Stace entre Virgile et Ovide dans l'Achilléide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 57-74.

 

Sansonetti, Lætitia:

––– (2015) Pâris et Didon lecteurs d’Ovide: La Reine des Fées III (Edmund Spenser, 1590), ou Virgile immoralisé, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 267-280.

 

Schafer, John K.:

––– (2016) Horace Odes 1.7 and the Aeneid, American Journal of Philology 137.3, 447-485.

 

Scheidegger Lämmle, Cédric:

––– (2016) Werkpolitik in der Antike. Studien zu Cicero, Vergil, Horaz und Ovid, München.

 

Schmitz, Thomas A.:

––– (2015) Allusion, Intertext, Zitat. Die Vergilforschung und neuere Tendenzen der Literaturwissenschaft, Gymnasium 122.6, 525-557.

 

Schmitzer, Ulrich:

––– (2015) Itala nam tellus Graecia maior erat. Griechen und Trojaner als mythische Städtegründer in Italien, in: A.-B. Renger (ed.), Genealogie und Migrationsmythen im antiken Mittelmeeraum und auf der arabischen Halbinsel, Berlin, 135-153.

 

Schöpe, Kai:

––– (2016) Disjunktion und Diskrepanz. Italienische und französische >Aeneis<-Travestien des 17. Jahrhunderts als burleske Antiketransformationen, Berlin.


Schottenius Cullhed, Sigrid:

––– (2016) Patterning Past and Future: Virgil in Proba’s Biblical Cento, in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 97-110.

 

Shi, Veronica S.-R. / Morgan, Llewelyn:

––– (2015) A Tale of Two Carthages: History and Allusive Topography in Virgil’s Libyan Harbor (Aen. 1.159-169), TAPA 145.1, 107-133.

 

Shumilin, Mikhail:

––– (2015) Hosidius Geta's Cento Medea: Vergilian Tragedy or Tragedy against Vergil?, Vergilius 61, 131-156.

 

Sickle, John van:

––– (2015) Aeneas in Baghdad, in: H-C. Günther (ed.), Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany Dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat, Nordhausen, 453-474.

 

Simpson, James:

––– (2016) The Aeneid Translations of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey: The Exiled Reader’s Presence, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, volume 1, 800-1558, Oxford, 601-624.

 

Stahl, Hans-Peter:

––– (2016) Poetry Underpinning Power. Vergil’s Aeneid: The Epic for Emperor Augustus. A Recovery Study, Swansea.

 

Stevens, Benjamin E.:

––– (2015) Virgil in Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth, in: B. M. Rogers / B. E. Stevens (eds.), Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, Oxford, 75-104.

 

Stöckinger, Martin:

––– (2016) Vergils Gaben. Materialität, Reziprozität und Poetik in den Eklogen und der Aeneis, Heidelberg.

 

Stryer, Steven:

––– (2015) A Loftier Tone: Laodamia, the Aeneid, and Wordsworth’s Virgilian Imagination, Studies in Philology 112.3, 575-597.

 

Syme, Ronald:

––– (2016) Caesar and Augustus in Virgil, in: F. Santangelo (ed.), Approaching the Roman Revolution: Papers on Republican History, Oxford, 230-254.

––– (2016) Virgil’s First Patron, in: F. Santangelo (ed.), Approaching the Roman Revolution: Papers on Republican History, Oxford, 212-229.

 

Tabárez, Andrés:

––– (2015) Poeta ludens. Juego y humor en la poesía de Virgilio (Studien zur klassischen Philologie 172), Frankfurt a.M.

 

Tanfield, Christopher:

––– (2016) Virgil Aeneid X: A Selection, with Introduction, Commentary Notes and Vocabulary, London.

 

Torzi, Ilaria:

––– (2015) Superioribus iunctus. Connettivi e connessioni fra i libri dell’Eneide (Biblioteca di linguistica e filologia 3), Bergamo.

 

Townshend, James R.:

––– (2015) Stop Me If You've Heard This One: Faux Alexandrian Footnotes in Vergil, Vergilius 61, 77-96.

 

Ullrich, Carolin:

––– (2015) Aeneida longe sequi?, Ambiguierung und Disambiguierung als spezifische Formen der intertextuellen Kontrastimitation zwischen der Aeneis des Vergil und der Thebais des Statius, Berlin.

 

Ware, Catherine:

––– (2015) Claudian's arma: A Metaliterary Pun, CQ NS 65, 894-896.

 

Weeda, Leendert:

––– (2015) Vergil’s Political Commentary in the Eclogues, Georgics and Aeneid, Berlin.

 

Weiß, Philipp:

––– (2017) Homer und Vergil im Vergleich. Ein Paradigma antiker Literaturkritik und seine Ästhetik (Classica Monacensia), Tübingen.

 

Wilson, Emily:

––– (2016) The First British Aeneid: A Case Study in Reception, in: W. Brockliss / P. Chaudhuri / A.H. Lushkov / K. Wasdin (eds.), Reception and the Classics. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition, Cambridge, 108-123.

 

Ziolkowski, Jan M.:

––– (2016) Virgil, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, volume 1, 800-1558, Oxford, 165-186.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ovid

 

 

Akbari, Suzanne C.:

––– (2016) Ovid and Ovidianism, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, volume 1, 800-1558, Oxford, 187-208.

 

Augoustakis, Antony:

––– (2016) Loca luminis haurit: Ovid’s Recycling of Hecuba, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 100-124.

 

Bach, Sarah:

––– (2015) La question de l'espace dans les Métamorphoses d'Ovide, Bulletin de l'association Guillaume Budé 2015.1, 173-186.

––– (2016) Créer, garder et passer les frontières dans les Métamorphoses d'Ovide, in: Berthelot Hugues / Boiché Anne / Caltot Pierre-Alain / Diarra Myriam / Réveilhac Florian / Romieux-Brun Élodie (eds.), Vivre et penser les frontières dans le monde méditerranéen antique (Scripta antiqua. Ausonius), Bordeaux, 159-171.
––– (2016) Problématiques spatiales dans l’armorum iudicium ovidien des Métamorphoses. Stratégies discursives entre espace de vérité et espace de mensonge, FEC (Louvain-la-Neuve) 32, URL:
http://bcs.fltr.ucl.ac.be/FE/32/Bach.pdf.

 

Baert, Barbara:

––– (2016) In Response to Echo. Beyond Mimesis or Dissolution as Scopic Regime (with Special Attention to Camouflage), Leuven.

 

Bérchez Castaño, Esteban:

––– (2016) El destierro de Ovidio en Tomis: realidad y ficción (Estudis clàssics 11), València.

 

Bernstein, Neil W.:

––– (2016) Revisiting Ovidian Silius, along with Lucretian, Vergilian and Lucanian Silius in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 225-248.

 

Bömer, Franz:

––– (2016) P. Ovidius Naso: Metamorphosen. Buch I-III, 2nd Edition, Heidelberg.

––– (2016) P. Ovidius Naso: Metamorphosen. Buch X-XI, 2nd Edition, Heidelberg.

 

Braden, Gordon:

––– (2016) Ovid’s Witchcraft, in: W. Brockliss / P. Chaudhuri / A.H. Lushkov / K. Wasdin (eds.), Reception and the Classics. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition, Cambridge, 124-133.

 

Bruhat, Marie-Odile:

––– (2015) Présence de Virgile et d’Ovide dans la poésie de Paulin de Nole, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 139-154.

 

Casanova-Robin, Hélène:

––– (2016) Chanter l' origine de Rome dans les Métamorphoses d' Ovide, in: S. Luciani (ed.), Entre mots et marbre. Les métamorphoses d' Auguste, Bordeaux, 135-147.

 

Chatelain, Marie-Claire:

––– (2015) La place accordée à Ovide face au modèle virgilien dans les jugements critique du XVIIe siècle, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 235-249.

 

Clément-Tarantino, Séverine / Klein, Florence (eds.):

––– (2015) La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq.

 

Cox, Fiona:

––– (2015) Le role d’Orphée chez Sylvie Germain, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 327-337.

 

Criado, Cecilia:

––– (2015) The Theban Fratricidal Wars. The Mythic-Historical Approach of Ovid, Seneca and Lucan, in: M. Díaz de Cerio / C. Cabrillana / C. Criado (eds.), Ancient Epic. Linguistic and Literary Essays, Cambridge, 139-164.

 

Davis, Gregson:

––– (2016) Violent Retribution and Pietas: The Closure of the Aeneid Revisited, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 169-182.

 

Davis, Peter:

––– (2016) Freedom of Speech in Virgil and Ovid, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 183-198.

 

Deremetz, Alain:

––– (2015) Virgile et Ovide dans les Épigrammes de Martial, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 95-109.

 

Dinter, Martin T.:

––– (2016) Intermediality in Latin Epic – en video quaecumque audita, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 122-138.

 

Drinkwater, Megan O.:

––– (2015) Irreconcilable Differences: Pastoral, Elegy, and Epic in Ovid’s Heroides 5, Classical World 108.3, 385-402.

 

Feldherr, Andrew:

––– (2016) Nothing like the Sun: Repetition and Representation in Ovid’s Phaethon Narrative, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 26-46.

 

Fucecchi, Marco:

––– (2015) Ambitions de primauté et épopée ‘inclusive’. Les poètes flaviens devant le ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 41-56.

 

Fulkerson, Laurel:

––– (2016) Ovid. A Poet on the Margins, London.

 

Fulkerson, Laurel / Stover, Tim:

––– (2016) Echoes of the Past, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 3-25.

––– (eds., 2016) Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison.

 

Galloway, Andrew:

––– (2016) Gower's Ovids, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, volume 1, 800-1558, Oxford, 435-464.

 

Gerber, Amanda J.:

––– (2015) Medieval Ovid. Frame Narrative and Political Allegory, New York.

 

Gildenhard, Ingo / Zissos, Andrew:

––– (2016) Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.511-733. Latin Text with Introduction, Study Questions, Vocabulary Aid and Commentary, Cambridge.

 

Griffin, Miranda:

––– (2015) Transforming Tales. Rewriting Metamorphosis in Medieval French Literature, Oxford.

 

Groves, Robert:

––– (2016) From Statue to Story: Ovid’s Metamorphosis of Hermaphroditus, Classical World 109.3, 321-356.

 

Hallett, Judith P.:

––– (2015) Amor Phoebi Daphne: Love, Art and Resistance in Ovid’s Daphne and Apollo Narrative: Metamorphoses 1.452-567), in K. Aringer (ed.), Johann Joseph Fux — Der Komponist: Referate des internationalen wissenschaftlichen Symposiums Graz 2010, Graz, 93-100.

––– (2015) Omnia Movet Amor: Love and Resistance, Art and Movement, in Ovid’s Daphne and Apollo Episode (Metamorphoses 1.452-567), in: C. A. Clark / E. Foster / J. P. Hallett (eds.), Kinesis. The Ancient Depiction of Gesture, Motion, and Emotion. Essays for Donald Lateiner, Ann Arbor, 207-218.

 

Hardie, Philip / Tarrant, R. J. / Chiarini, Gioachino:

––– (2015) Ovidio, Metamorfosi. Volume VI. Libri XIII-XV, a cura di P. Hardie; testo critico basato sull’edizione oxoniense di R.J. Tarrant; traduzione di G. Chiarini, Rome.

 

Hardie, Philip:

––– (2015) Virgilianisms and Ovidianisms in the English Renaissance, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 253-265.

 

Haynes, Justin:

––– (2016) Citations of Ovid in Virgil's Ancient Commentators, in: C. S. Kraus / C. Stray (eds.), Classical Commentaries. Explorations in a Scholarly Genre, Oxford, 216-232.

 

Heslin, Peter:

––– (2016) Ovid’s Cycnus and Homer’s Achilles Heel, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 69-99.

 

Hinds, Stephen E.:

––– (2016) Return to Enna: Ovid and Ovidianism in Claudian's De Raptu Proserpinae, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 249-278.

 

Hoces Sánchez, M. Carmen:

––– (2016) Iamque opus exegi: la oda III 30 de Horacio en palabras de Ovidio, Emerita 84.1, 99-119.

 

Ingleheart, Jennifer:

––– (2015) The Invention of (Thracian) Homosexuality: The Ovidian Orpheus in the English Renaissance, in: J. Ingleheart (ed.), Ancient Rome and the Construction of Modern Homosexual Identities, Oxford, 56-73.

 

James, Sharon L.:

––– (2015) Twenty Years of Ovid and Literary Theory, Classical World 108.2, 205-220.

––– (2016) Rape and Repetition in Ovid’s Metamorphoses: Myth, History, Structure, Rome, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 154-175.

 

Janka, Markus / Stiersdorfer, Michael:

––– (2015) Von Arkadien über New York ins Labyrinth des Minotaurus. Mythologische Orte in Ovids Metamorphosen und aktueller Kinder- und Jugendliteratur, Gymnasium 122.1, 1-45.

 

Jolivet, Jean-Christophe:

––– (2015) Aurore et Rome: topothésie ovidienne et chronographie virgilienne dans le Panégyrique d’Anthémius de Sidoine Apollinaire (Carmen II), in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 155-175.

 

Jouteur, Isabelle:

––– (2015) Achille dans les Métamorphoses d’Ovide, Cahiers Forell - Formes et Représentations en Linguistique et Littérature - Héros et héroïsme dans l'épopée latine, URL: http://09.edel.univ-poitiers.fr/lescahiersforell/index.php?id=311.

 

Keith, Alison M.:

––– (2016) City Lament in Augustan Epic: Antitypes of Rome from Troy to Alba Longa, in: M. R. Bachvarova / D. Dutsch / A. Suter (eds.) The Fall of Cities in the Mediterranean. Commemoration in Literature, Folk-Song, and Liturgy, Cambridge, 156-182.

––– (2016) Ovidian Itineraries in Flavian Epic, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 196-224.

 

Kilgour, Maggie:

––– (2015) Virgil and Ovid, in: P. Cheney / P. Hardie (eds.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, vol. 2, Oxford, 517-538.

 

Kirstein, Robert:

––– (2015) Der sehende Drache. Raumnarratologische Überlegungen zu Ovids Metamorphosen, in: C. Kugelmeier (ed.), Translatio humanitatis. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Peter Riemer, (Hermeneutik und Kreativität 4), St. Ingbert, 209-238.

––– (2015) Further Languages bei Ovid. Fiktive Mehrsprachigkeit und Fiktionalität, in: A. Gil / R. Kirstein (eds.), Wissenstransfer und Translation. Zur Breite und Tiefe des Übersetzungsbegriffs, (Hermeneutik und Kreativität 3), St. Ingbert, 31-58.

 

Klein, Florence:

––– (2015) Virgile 'le Romain', Ovide 'le néo-Alexandrin'. Jeux génériques et opposition esthétique entre deux modèles dans le Satyricon de Pétrone, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 75-93.

 

Knox, Peter E.:

––– (2016) Metamorphoses in a Cold Climate, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 176-195.

 

Konstantinou, Ariadne:

––– (2015) Reconsidering the Metamorphosis of Io: On Texts, Images and Dates. Symbolae Osloenses 89.1, 35-53.

 

Krasne, Darcy A.:

––– (2016) Succeeding Succession: Cosmic and Earthly Succession in the Fasti and Metamorphoses, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 125-153.

 

Lada-Richards, Ismene:

––– (2016) Dancing Trees: Ovid’s Metamorphosis and the Imprint of Pantomine Dancing, American Journal of Philology 137.1, 131-169.

 

Lenzi, Sara:

––– (2015) Giove e il potere della parola nelle Metamorfosi di Ovidio. Tradizione letteraria e realtà romana, Padova.

 

Libatique, Daniel:

––– (2016) A Narratological Investigation of Ovid’s Medea: Met. 7.1-424, Classical World, 109.1, 69-89.

 

Lormier, Juliette:

––– (2015) Influences virgiliennes et ovidiennes dans les Euvres en rime de Jean-Antoine de Baïf. Les multiples modalités de l’imitation, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 355-374.

 

Lotoro, Valentia:

––– (2016) La fortuna iconografica delle "Metamorfosi" di Ovidio, Ariccia.

 

Lowe, Dunstan:

––– (2015) Monsters and Monstrosity in Augustan Poetry, Ann Arbor.

 

Mack, Peter / North, John (eds.):

––– (2015) The Afterlife of Ovid (BICS Suppl. 130), London.

 

Manuwald, Gesine:

––– (2015) Letter-Writing after Ovid. His impact on Neo-Latin Verse Epistles, in: P. Mack / J. North (eds.), The Afterlife of Ovid, London, 95-114.

 

Marguin-Hamon, Elsa:

––– (2015) Portrait d’Ovide en poète par Arnoul d’Orléans (vers 1160). Le commentaire comme réinventation de l‘œvre, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 195-211.

 

Marpicati, Paolo:

––– (2015) Naso poeta et grammaticus, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 179-193.

 

Marshall, C. W.:

––– (2016) Narrative Transition and Literary Allusion in Ovid’s Metamorphoses 9, in: A. Keith / J. Edmondson (eds.), Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle, Toronto, 140-158.

 

Martini, Cécile / Bossart, Lætitia:

––– (2015) Appendice: Trois éditions remarquables de Virgile et d’Ovide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 355-374.

 

Mateo Decabo, Eva M.:

––– (2015) Gender und Religion in Ovids Metamorphosen, in: D. Sterbenc-Erker (ed.), Gender Studies in den Altertumswissenschaften. Frauenbild im Wandel, Trier, 13-28.

 

Mazel, Claire:

––– (2015) La réception du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans l’art des XVIe, XVIIe et XVIIe siècles, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 341-354.

 

McAuley, Mairéad:

––– (2016) Reproducing Rome: Motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca, and Statius, Oxford 2016.

 

McCallum, Sarah L.:

––– (2016) Primus pastor. The Origins of Pastoral Programme in Ovid’s  Metamorphoses, in: J. Edmondson / A. Keith (eds.), Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle, Toronto, 124-139.

 

McGowan, Matthew M.:

––– (2016) Pythagoras and Numa in Ovid: Exile and Immortality at Rome, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 241-258

 

McRoberts, Stephen:

––– (2015) Pompey as Phaethon, Syllecta Classica 26, 51-75.

 

Meinrath, Danielle:

––– (2015) Leading (and Reading) by Example: Exemplarity in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Diss. Princeton.

 

Michaelopoulos, Andreas N.:

––– (2016) Homer in Love: Homeric Reception in Propertius and Ovid, in: A. Efstathiou / I. Karamanou (eds.), Homeric Receptions Across Generic and Cultural Contexts (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 37), Berlin, 289-300.

 

Möller, Melanie:

––– (2016) Ovid auf 100 Seiten, Stuttgart.

 

Molins, Marine:

––– (2015) Les traductions d’Ovide et de Virgile à la Renaissance. Une politique royale, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 283-298.

 

Newlands, Carole E.:

––– (2015) Understanding Ovid. Understanding Classics Series. London.

 

Oliver, Jen H.:

––– (2015) Oscula iungit nec moderata satis nec sic a virgine danda: Ovid’s Callisto Episode, Female Homoeroticism, and the Study of Ancient Sexuality, AJPh 136.2, 281-312.

 

Paschalis, Sergios:

––– (2015) Tragic Palimpsests: The Reception of Euripides in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Diss. Harvard University.

 

Petit, Aimé:

––– (2015) De Virgile à Ovide: les amours de Lavine dans le Roman d‘Eneas, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 315-326.

 

Prioux, Évelyne:

––– (2015) Le Fromage et le Dentifrice: le couple Virgile-Ovide dans les Xenia et les Apophoreta de Martial, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 111-136.

 

Puche, Océane:

––– (2015) Virgile et Ovide dans la Querelle des Anciens et des Modernes. La traduction de l’héroïde VII par Marie-Jeanne L‘Héritier, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 299-311.

 

Reif, Matthias:

––– (2016) De arte magorum. Erklärung und Deutung ausgewählter Hexenszenen bei Theokrit, Vergil, Horaz, Ovid, Seneca und Lucan unter Berücksichtigung des Ritualaufbaus und der Relation zu den Zauberpapyri, Göttingen.

 

Río Torres-Murciano, Antonio:

––– (2016) La sphragís de las Metamorfosis de Ovidio (XV 871-879). Metempsicosis, apoteosis y perdurabilidad literaria, Emerita 84.2, 269-289.

 

Ripoll, François:

––– (2015) Stace entre Virgile et Ovide dans l'Achilléide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 57-74.

 

Roberts, Deborah, H.:

––– (2015) The Metamorphosis of Ovid in Retellings of Myth for Children, in: L. Maurice (ed), The Reception of Ancient Greece and Rome in Children’s Literature: Heroes and Eagles, Leiden, 233-256.

 

Rosati, Gianpiero:

––– (2015) Ovid and the Epic Cycle, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 565-577.

 

Sala, María E.:

––– (2015) Metamorfosis discursivas. Tenerorum lusor amorum (Studien zur klassischen Philologie 169), Frankfurt a.M.

 

Sansonetti, Lætitia:

––– (2015) Pâris et Didon lecteurs d’Ovide: La Reine des Fées III (Edmund Spenser, 1590), ou Virgile immoralisé, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 267-280.

 

Scheidegger Lämmle, Cédric:

––– (2016) Werkpolitik in der Antike. Studien zu Cicero, Vergil, Horaz und Ovid, München.

 

Schwindt, Jürgen P.:

––– (2016) Thaumatographia oder Zur Kritik der philologischen Vernunft. Vorspiel: Die Jagd des Aktaion (Ovid, Metamorphosen 3.131-259), Heidelberg.

 

Séris, Émilie:

––– (2015) La représentation du 'couple' Virgile-Ovide dans les arts poétiques florentins du Quattrocento, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 215-233.

 

Subias-Konofal, Virginie:

––– (2016) Poétique de la prière dans les œuvres d' Ovide, Turnhout.

 

Wahlsten Böckerman, Robin:

––– (2016) The Metamorphoses of Education. Ovid in the Twelfth-century Schoolroom, Stockholm.

 

Weiden Boyd, Barbara:

––– (2016) Repeat after Me: The Loves of Venus and Mars in Ars amatoria 2 and Metamorphoses, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 47-68.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lucan

 

 

Ambühl, Annemarie:

––– (2015) Krieg und Bürgerkrieg bei Lucan und in der griechischen Literatur. Studien zur Rezeption der attischen Tragödie und der hellenistischen Dichtung im Bellum Civile, Berlin.

––– (2016) Thessaly as an Intertextual Landscape of Civil War in Latin Poetry, in: J. McInerney / I. Sluiter (eds.), Valuing landscape in classical antiquity. Natural Environment and Cultural Imagination (Mnemosyne Supplements 393), Leiden.

 

Baier, Thomas:

––– (2015) Zur Struktur des Schlangenexkurses in Lucans Bellum Civile, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 37-56.

 

Berlincourt, Valéry:

––– (2016) Lucain et le souhait de domination de la déesse Roma (Claud. Ol. Prob. 160-163), in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 199-225.

 

Berlincourt, Valéry / Galli Milić, Lavinia / Nelis, Damien P. (eds.):

––– (2016) Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg.

 

Bernstein, Neil W.:

––– (2016) Revisiting Ovidian Silius, along with Lucretian, Vergilian and Lucanian Silius in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 225-248.

 

Bičak, Ivana:

––– (2015) Transmutations of Satan and Caesar: The Grotesque Mode in Milton's Paradise Lost and Lucan's Pharsalia, Milton Quarterly, 49: 112–125.

 

Blaschka, Karen:

––– (2015) Fiktion im Historischen. Die Bedeutung der Bildsprache Lucans für die Konzeption der Charaktere im Bellum Civile (Litora Classica 8), Rahden/Westf.

 

Bureau, Bruno:

––– (2016) Présence/absence de Lucain dans les deux livres du Contre Rufin, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 175-197.

 

Camperlingo, Elettra:

––– (2015) Le annotazioni inedite di Pomponio Leto a Lucano, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 325-360.

 

Caramico, Giulia:

––– (2015) Paesaggio e strategia narrativa nell’ excursus gallico di Lucan, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 99-136.

 

Caterine, Christopher L.:

––– (2015), Si credere velis: Lucan’s Cato and the Reader of the Bellum Civile, Arethusa 48.3, 339-367.

 

Ceccarelli, Lucio:

––– (2015) L’esametro di Lucano tra Virgilio e i poeti flavi, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 11-36.

 

Charlet, Jean-Louis:

––– (2016) Lucain et Claudien: une poésie politique entre épopée, histoire et panégyrique, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 11-30.

 

Coffee, Neil / Forstall, Chris:

––– (2016) Claudian’s Engagement with Lucan in his Historical and Mythological Hexameters, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 255-283.

 

Connolly, Joy:
––– (2016) A Theory of Violence in Lucan's Bellum Civile, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 273-298.

 

Criado, Cecilia:

––– (2015) The Theban Fratricidal Wars. The Mythic-Historical Approach of Ovid, Seneca and Lucan, in: M. Díaz de Cerio / C. Cabrillana / C. Criado (eds.), Ancient Epic. Linguistic and Literary Essays, Cambridge, 139-164.

 

Crutchfield, Matthew:

––– (2015) A New Heroism. A Study of the Battle Scenes in Lucan’s Bellum Civile, Diss. University of Missouri.

 

Dinter, Martin T.:

––– (2016) Intermediality in Latin Epic – en video quaecumque audita, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 122-138.

 

Esposito, Paolo:

––– (2016) Aspetti della presenza di Lucano nella poesia esametrica di Claudiano, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 147-173.

 

Esposito, Paolo and Walde, Christine (eds.):

––– (2015) Letture e lettori di Lucano: Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi, Fisciano 27-29 marzo 2012 (Testi e studi di cultura classica 62), Pisa.

 

Felgentreu, Fritz:

––– (2016) Victrix causa deis placuit: Claudian und das entgötterte Epos, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 31-42.

 

Fratantuono, Lee:

––– (2015) Lucan’s Bees and the Ethnography of the Pharsalia, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 57-72.

 

Fucecchi, Marco:

––– (2015) Passato da rimuovere e passato da rivivere: l’incubo della guerra civile (e la sua ‚metabolizzazione’) nell’epica flavia, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 231-254.

 

Galli, Daniela:

––– (2015) Lucano lettore di Cicerone, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 73-84.

 

Galli Milić, Lavinia:

––– (2016) Au-delà des traits: les visages de La guerre civile de Lucain, in: L. Guido / B. Maire et al. (eds.), Visages. Histoires, représentations, créations (Editions BHMS), Lausanne, 99-113.

––– (2016) Manilius et l’éloge de Néron (Lucan. 1.33-66): quelques considérations intertextuelles sur le proemium du Bellum civile, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 107-125.

 

Galtier, Fabrice:

––– (2016) L’imago de Caton dans le livre 2 de la Pharsale, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 77-92.

 

Giusti, Elena:

––– (2015) Caesar Criss-Crossing the Rubicon: A Palindromic Acrostic in Lucan (1.218-222), CQ 65, 892-894.

 

Graziano, Maria R.:

––– (2015) Un'eco sofoclea sul campo di Farsalo? Per l'interpretazione di Lucano 7.825-840, Prometheus 41, 208-220.

 

Hiatt, Alfred:

––– (2016) Lucan, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, volume 1, 800-1558, Oxford, 209-226.

 

Hömke, Nicola:

––– (2015) Lucan’s Cato, or: Burying the exemplum moriendi, in: R. Poignault / C. Schneider (eds.), Présence de la déclamation antique. Actes des colloques de Clermont-Ferrand et Strasbourg (novembre 2011; mai 2012), vol. I, (Collection Caesarodunum XLVI-XLVII bis – Présence de l'Antiquité) Clermont-Ferrand, 235-252.

 

Huss, Bernhard / König, Gerd / Winkler, Alexander:

––– (2016) Die Personalisierung einer Semiosphäre: Cato im neunten Buch von Lucans Pharsalia, in: Chronotopik und Ideologie im Epos (Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift. Beihefte 76), Heidelberg, 96-122.

 

Kersten, Markus:

––– (2015) Über Lucan, Vergil, Naivität und Sentiment. Anmerkungen zum Anti-Vergil, GFA 18, 239–256.

––– (2016) Who were you, Pompey? On the random acrostic in Lucan 8.245ff. and the issue of randomness, Mnemosyne, URL: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/1568525x-12342104.

 

Kimmerle, Nadja:

––– (2015) Lucan und der Prinzipat: Inkonsistenz und unzuverlässiges Erzählen im Bellum Civile (Millennium-Studien 53), Berlin. 

 

Lanzarone, Nicola:

––– (2015) Lucano 8.701-8 (e la storia di un topos), in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 171-182.

––– (2016) Bellum civile Liber VII. M. Annaei Lucani; a cura di Nicola Lanzarone, Firenze.

 

Lee, Charmaine:

––– (2015) From Epic to Epic. Lucan in the Faits des Romains, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 271-300.

 

Leigh, Matthew:

––– (2016) Lucan’s Caesar and Laelius, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 259-272.

 

Littlewood, Cedric:

––– (2016) Elegy and Epic in Lucan’s Bellum Civile, in: A. Keith / J. Edmondson (eds.), Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle, Toronto, 159-84.

 

Maes, Yanick:

––– (2015) On First Looking into Brébeuf’s Lucan, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 361-404.

 

Mancini, Alessio:

––– (2016) La battaglia di Farsalo. Saggio di commento a Lucano, Bellum civile VII, Bari.

 

McRoberts, Stephen:

––– (2015) Pompey as Phaethon, Syllecta Classica 26, 51-75.

 

Megane, Julia:

––– (2016) Pompey’s Head and the Body Politic in Lucan’s De bello civili, TAPA 146.1, 191-215.

 

Reif, Matthias:

––– (2016) De arte magorum. Erklärung und Deutung ausgewählter Hexenszenen bei Theokrit, Vergil, Horaz, Ovid, Seneca und Lucan unter Berücksichtigung des Ritualaufbaus und der Relation zu den Zauberpapyri, Göttingen.

 

Ripoll, François:

––– (2016) Peut-on considérer la Pharsale comme une "épopée tragique"?, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 61-76.

 

Roche, Paul:

––– (2015) Lucan’s De Bello Civili in the Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 393-407.

––– (2016) Lucan in Claudian’s In Eutropium: Rhetoric, Paradox, and Exemplarity, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 227-242.

 

Rossdal, Maria:

––– (2015) All of the Greek and Roman Classics. Antikerezeption in Fanfiction, in: C. Walde / C. Stoffel (eds.), Caesar’s Salad: Antikerezeption im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert (= Thersites 1), 46-74.

 

Santangelo, Federico:

––– (2015) Testing Boundaries: Divination and Prophecy in Lucan, Greece and Rome 62.2, 177-188.

 

Scappaticcio, Maria C.:

––– (2015) Leggere epica nella Pars Orientis dell’impero: (Lucano e) i papiri latini, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 255-270.

 

Schindler, Claudia:

––– (2016) Republikanische Ideale? Zur Darstellung und Funktion altrömischer Heldengestalten bei Lucan und Claudian, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 43-59.

 

Stoffel, Christian:

––– (2015) Ubique naufragium? Re-Immersion in den epischen Ozean und in ein gefährliches Forschungsfeld zu Lucans Bellum Civile, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 137-169.

 

Stok, Fabio:

––– (2015) La biografia lucanea di Sicco Polenton, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 301-324.

 

Stürner, Ferdinand:

––– (2015) Alexander, Cato, Hannibal: The Oracle at Siwah in Lucan and Silius Italicus, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 183-230.

 

Tola, Eleonora:

––– (2015) ... Pro Caesare pugnant / dipsades et peragunt civilia bella cerastae (Lucan. 9.850-851): Medusa e lo sguardo lucaneo sulla storia, in: P. Esposito / C. Walde (eds.), Letture e lettori di Lucano, Pisa, 85-98.

 

Tracy, Jonathan:

––– (2016) Knowledge, Power, and Republicanism in Lucan, in: A. Keith / J. Edmondson (eds.), Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle, Toronto, 221-253.

 

Ware, Catherine:

––– (2016) Eutropius, Lucan and the Ladies of Elegy, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 243-254.

 

Walters, Brian:

––– (2015) Lucan, Civil War. Translated by B. Walters; Introduction by W. R. Johnson, Indianapolis.

 

Weiner, Jesse:

––– (2015) Lucretius, Lucan, and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, in: B. M. Rogers / B. E. Stevens (eds.), Classical Traditions in Science Fiction, Oxford, 46-74.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flavian Epic

 

 

Ahl, Frederick:

––– (2015) Transgressing Boundaries of the Unthinkable: Sophocles, Ovid, Vergil, Seneca, and Homer Refracted in Statius’ Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 240-265.

 

Antoniadis, Theodoros:

––– (2015) Scelus Femineum: Adultery and Revenge in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica Book 2 (98-241) and Seneca's Agamemnon, Symbolae Osloenses 89, 60-80.

––– (2016) Furor and Kin(g)ship in Seneca's Thyestes and Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica (1. 700 - 850), in: S. Frangoulidis / S.J. Harrison / G. Manuwald (eds.), Roman drama and its contexts, Berlin, 533-554.

 

Ash, Rhiannon:

––– (2015) “War Came in Disarray...“ (Thebaid 7.616): Statius and the Depiction of Battle, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 207-220.

 

Augoustakis, Antony:

––– (2015) Campanian Politics and Poetics in Silius Italicus’ PunicaIllinois Classical Studies 40.1, 155-169.

––– (2015), Statius and Senecan Drama, in: W. J. Dominik / C. E. Newlands / K. Gervais (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 377-392.

––– (2016) Achilles and the Poetics of Manhood: Re(de)fining Europe and Asia in Statius’ Achilleid, Classical World, 109.2, 195-219.

––– (2016) Burial and Lament in Flavian Epic: Mothers, Fathers, Children, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 276-300.

––– (2016) Flavian Epic, Oxford.

––– (2016) Flavian Literary Culture, in: A. Zissos (ed.), A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome, Chichester, 376-391.

––– (2016) Statius, Thebaid 8. Edited with an Introduction, Translation, and Commentary, Oxford.

 

Berlincourt, Valéry:

––– (2015) Innuptae ritus imitata Minervae: une comparaison chez Claudien et ses connexions flaviennes, Dictynna 12, URL : http://dictynna.revues.org/1118.

––– (2015) Early Modern Thebaid: The Latin Commentary Tradition, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 543-561

––– (2016) Le codex Buslidianus des épopées de Stace, Mnemosyne 69.3, 420-432.

 

Bernstein, Neil W.:

––– (2015) Family and Kinship in the Works of Statius, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 139-154.

––– (2016) Epic Poetry: Historicizing the Flavian Epics, in: A. Zissos (ed.), A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome, Chichester, 395-411.

––– (2016) Light on the Water in Silius Italicus’ Punica and Claudian’s De Raptu Proserpinae, Mnemosyne 69.6, 1050-1057, URL: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/1568525x-12342057.

––– (2016) Mutua vulnera: Dying Together in Silius’ Saguntum, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 228-247.

––– (2016) Revisiting Ovidian Silius, along with Lucretian, Vergilian and Lucanian Silius in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 225-248.

 

Bessone Federica:

––– (2015) Love and War: Feminine Models, Epic Roles, and Gender Identity in Statius’s Thebaid, in: J. Fabre-Serris / A. M. Keith (eds.), Women and War in Antiquity, Baltimore, 119-137.

––– (2015) Sondaggi di stile. A proposito di uno studio sulla Tebaide di Stazio, Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica 143, 183-192.

––– (2016) The Hero’s Extended Family: Familial and Narrative Tensions in Statius’ Achilleid, in: N. Manioti (ed.), Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 174-208.

 

Bitto, Gregor:

––– (2016) Vergimus in senium. Statius Achilleis als Alterswerk, Göttingen.

 

Blake, Sarah H.:

––– (2016) The Aesthetics of the Everyday in Flavian Art and Literature, in: A. Zissos (ed.), A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome, Chichester, 344-360.

 

Braund, Susanna:

––– (2015) Naturalizing Statius, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 579-599.

 

Buckley, Emma:

––– (2016) Over Her Live Body? Marriage in Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 61-88.

––– (2016) Visualising Venus: Epiphany and anagnorisis in Valerius Flaccus’

Argonautica, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 78-98.

 

Chaudhuri, Pramit:

––– (2015) The Thebaid in Italian Renaissance Epic: The Case of Capaneus, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 527-542.

 

Chaudhuri, Pramit / Dexter, Joseph P. / Bonilla Lopez, Jorge A.:

––– (2015) Strings, Triangles, and Go-Betweens: Intertextual Approaches to Silius’ Carthaginian Debates, Dictynna 12, URL : http://dictynna.revues.org/1156.

 

Chinn, Christopher:

––– (2015) Intertext, Metapoetry, and Visuality in the Achilleid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 173-188.

 

Coffee, Neil:

––– (2015) Gift and Society in the Works of Statius, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 106-122.

 

Criado, Cecilia:

––– (2015) La inevitable inconsistencia del Zeus / Júpiter épico, Cuadernos de Filología Clásica (Estudios Latinos) 35.2, 263-277.

––– (2015) The Constitutional Status of Euripidean and Statian Theseus: Some Aspects of the Criticism of Absolute Power in the Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 127-144.

––– (2015) The Theban Fratricidal Wars. The Mythic-Historical Approach of Ovid, Seneca and Lucan, in: M. Díaz de Cerio / C. Cabrillana / C. Criado (eds.), Ancient Epic. Linguistic and Literary Essays, Cambridge, 139-164.

 

Davies, Malcolm:

––– (2015) The Theban Epics, Cambridge, MA.

 

Davis, Peter J.:

––– (2015) Argo’s Flavian Politics: The Workings of Power in Valerius Flaccus, in: H. Baltussen / P. J. Davis (eds.), The Art of Veiled Speech: Self-Censorship from Aristophanes to Hobbes, Philadelphia, 157-175.

––– (2015) Statius’ Achilleid: The Paradoxical Epic, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 157-172.

 

Dewar, Michael:

––– (2016) Lost Literature, in: A. Zissos (ed.) A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome, Chichester, 469-484.

 

Dietrich, Jessica S.:

––– (2015) Dead Woman Walking: Jocasta in the Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 307-323.

 

Dominik, William J.:

––– (2015) Similes and Their Programmatic Role in the Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 266-290.

 

Dominik, William J. / Newlands, Carole E. / Gervais, Kyle:

––– (2015) Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden.

 

Edwards, Robert R.:

––– (2015) Medieval Statius: Belatedness and Authority, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 497-511.

 

Finkmann, Simone:

––– (2015) Polyxo and the Lemnian Episode – An Inter- and Intratextual Study of Apollonius Rhodius, Valerius Flaccus, and Statius, Dictynna 12, URL : http://dictynna.revues.org/1135.

 

Fucecchi, Marco:

––– (2015) Ambitions de primauté et épopée ‘inclusive’. Les poètes flaviens devant le ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 41-56.

 

Galli Milić, Lavinia:

––– (2015) Valérius Flaccus et Stace à Carthage: la matrice flavienne du Romul. 10 de Dracontius, in: É. Wolff (ed.), Littérature, politique et religion en Afrique vandale (Institut d'Études Augustiniennes), Paris, 323-340.

 

Ganiban, Randall T.:

––– (2015) The Beginnings of the Achilleid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 73-87.

 

Gervais, Kyle:

––– (2015) Notes on Statius, Thebaid 2, CQ NS 65.1, 411-414.

––– (2015) Parent-Child Conflict in the Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 221-239.

––– (2015) Tydeus the Hero? Intertextual Confusion in Statius, Thebaid 2, Phoenix 69, 56-78.

––– (2016) Viewing violence in Statius’ Thebaid and the films of Quentin Tarantino, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 139-167.

 

Gibson, Bruce:

––– (2015) Negative Stereotypes of Wealth in the Works of Statius, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 123-138.

 

Heerink, Mark:

––– (2015) Echoing Hylas. A Study in Hellenistic and Roman Metapoetics, Madison.

––– (2016) Hylas, Hercules, and Valerius Flaccus’ Reaction to the Aeneid, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 108, 265-308.

 

Heslin, Peter:

––– (2015) Statius in Dante’s Commedia, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 512-526.

––– (2016) A Perfect Murder: The Hypsipyle Epyllion, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 89-121.

 

Kaufmann, Helen:

––– (2015) Papinius Noster: Statius in Roman Late Antiquity, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 481-496.

 

Keith, Alison M.:

––– (2016) Ovidian Itineraries in Flavian Epic, in: L. Fulkerson / T. Stover (eds.), Repeat Performances. Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses, Madison, 196-224.

––– (2016) Sisters and Their Secrets in Flavian Epic, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 248-275.

 

Kennedy, Elizabeth:

––– (2016) Revolution and Revenge: Reading Aeneas through Hannibal, in: A. Keith / J. Edmondson (eds.), Roman Literary Cultures: Domestic Politics, Revolutionary Poetics, Civic Spectacle, Toronto, 185-199.

 

Keur, C. Michiel van der:

––– (2015) A Commentary on Silius Italicus’ Punica 13. Intertextuality and Narrative Structure, Diss. Amsterdam.

 

Konstan, David:

––– (2016) Doubting Domitian’s Divinity: Statius Achilleid 1.1-2, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 377-386.

 

Littlewood, R. Joy:

––– (2016) Dynastic Triads: Flavian Resonances and Structural Antithesis in Silius’ Sons of Hamilcar, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 209-227.

 

Lombardo, Stanley:

––– (2015) Statius, Achilleid. Translated by S. Lombardo; introduction by P. Heslin, Indianapolis.

 

Lovatt, Helen:

––– (2015) Death on the Margins: Statius and the Spectacle of the Dying Epic Hero, in: A. Bakogianni / V. M. Hope (eds.), War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, London, 73-90.

––– (2015) Following after Valerius: Argonautic Imagery in the Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 408-424.

––– (2016) Flavian Spectacle, in: A. Zissos (ed.), A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome, Chichester, 361-375.

 

Malamud, Martha:

––– (2016) As if: Reflections on an Exemplary Wife, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 387-412.

 

Manioti, Nikoletta:

––– (2016) Becoming Sisters: Antigone and Argia in Statius’ Thebaid, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 122-142.

––– (ed., 2016) Family in Flavian Epic (Mnemosyne Suppl. 394), Leiden.

 

Manuwald, Gesine:

––– (2015) Valerius Flaccus: Argonautica Book III, Cambridge.

 

Marinis, Agis:

––– (2015) Statius’ Thebaid and Greek Tragedy: The Legacy of Thebes, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 343-361.

 

McAuley, Mairéad:

––– (2016) Reproducing Rome: Motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca, and Statius, Oxford.

 

McClellan, Andrew M.:

––– (2015) Dead and Deader: The Treatment of the Corpse in Latin Imperial Epic Poetry, Diss. University of British Columbia.

 

McNelis, Charles:

––– (2015) Similes and Gender in the Achilleid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 189-205.

––– (2015) Statius’ Achilleid and the Cypris, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and Its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 578-595.

 

Mengelkoch, Dustin:

––– (2015) Statian Recusatio: Angelo Poliziano and John Dryden, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 562-578.

 

Micozzi, Laura:

––– (2015) Statius’ Epic Poetry: A Challenge to the Literary Past, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 325-342.

 

Myers, K. Sara:

––– (2015) ambiguus vultus: Horatian Echoes in Statius’ Achilleid, Materiali e Discussioni per l’analisi dei testi classici 75 (2015), 179-88.

––– (2015) Statius on Invocation and Inspiration, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 31-53.

 

Newlands, Carole E.:

––– (2015) Statius in an Ideological Climate, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 600-612.

––– (2016) Accursed Unions: Marriage at Thebes, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 143-173.

 

Newlands, Carole E. / Gervais, Kyle / Dominik, William J.:

––– (2015) Reading Statius, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 3-27.

 

Pagán, Victoria E.:

––– (2015) Georgics 2.497 and Thebaid 1.19-20: Allusion and Inspiration, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 362-376.

 

Parkes, Ruth:

––– (2015) Reading Statius Through a Biographical Lens, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 465-480.

 

Pentzer, Mitchell R.:

––– (2015) Dark Humor in Imperial Latin Literature, Diss. University of Colorado at Boulder.

 

Pomeroy, Arthur J.:

––– (2016) Silius Italicus and Greek Epic: Imperial Culture Wars, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 413-436.

 

Putnam, Michael C. J.:

––– (2016) The Sense of Two Endings: How Virgil and Statius Conclude, Illinois Classical Studies 41.1, 85-149.

 

Río Torres-Murciano, Antonio:

––– (2015) Ediciones españolas de Valerio Flaco, Ianua classicorum. Temas y formas del Mundo Clásico 3, Madrid, 443-450.

––– (2015) Valerio Flaco en el Siglo de Oro, in: J. M. Maestre et al. (eds.), Humanismo y pervivencia del mundo clásico V. Homenaje el profesor Juan Gil, vol. 5, Alcañiz-Madrid, 2673-2684.

––– (2015) Vates in Fabula: Chiron and Orpheus in Valerius Flaccus, in: C. Cabrillana / M. Díaz de Cerio / C. Criado (eds.), Ancient Epic: Literary and Linguistic Essays, Cambridge, 165-184.

 

Ripoll, François:

––– (2015) Jason au chant VIII des Argonautiques de Valérius Flaccus: héros ou anti‑héros ?, Cahiers Forell - Formes et Représentations en Linguistique et Littérature - Héros et héroïsme dans l'épopée latine, URL: http://09.edel.univ-poitiers.fr/lescahiersforell/index.php?id=309.

––– (2015) Stace entre Virgile et Ovide dans l'Achilléide, in: S. Clément-Tarantino / F. Klein (eds.): La représentation du ‘couple’ Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de L’Antiquité à nos jours, Villeneuve d'Ascq, 57-74.

––– (2015), Statius and Silius Italicus, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 425-443.

 

Roche, Paul:

––– (2015) Lucan’s De Bello Civili in the Thebaid, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 393-407.

 

Roman, Luke:

––– (2015) Statius and Martial: Post-Vatic Self-Fashioning in Flavian Rome, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 444-463.

 

Roux, Magalie

––– (2015) Sis memor, oro, mei: la composition intertextuelle d’un faux discours d’adieu (Valerius Flaccus, Argonautiques 7.472-89), Dictynna 12, URL: http://dictynna.revues.org/1201.

 

Rühl, Meike:

––– (2015) Creating the Distinguished Addressee: Literary Patronage in the Works of Statius, in: W. J. Dominik / K. Gervais / C. E. Newlands (eds.), Brill’s Companion to Statius, Leiden, 91-105.

 

Smith, Scott R.:

––– (2016) Mythographical and Literary Notes on the Catalogs of Argive and Theban Allies in Statius’ Thebaid, Mnemosyne, URL: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/1568525x-12342139.

 

Soerink, Jörn:

––– (2015) Statius’ Nemea / Paradise Lost, Dictynna 12, URL: http://dictynna.revues.org/1125.

 

Stocks, Claire:

––– (2016), Daddy’s Little Girl? The Father/Daughter Bond in Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica and Flavian Rome, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 41-60.

 

Stover, Tim:

––– (2016) Opibusque ultra ne crede paternis: Fathers and Sons on the Wrong Side of History in Valerius’ Argonautica, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 14-40.

 

Voigt, Astrid:

––– (2015) The Intertextual Matrix of Statius’ Thebaid 11.315-23, Dictynna 12, URL: http://dictynna.revues.org/1149.

––– (2016) The Power of the Grieving Mind: Female Lament in Statius's Thebaid, Illinois Classical Studies 41.1, 59-84.

 

Wetherbee, Winthrop:

––– (2016) Statius, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, volume 1, 800-1558, Oxford, 227-250.

 

Ziogas, Ioannis:

––– (2016) Introduction: Power, Puns, and Politics from Horace to Silius Italicus, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 1-12.

 

Zissos, Andrew:

––– (2016, ed.) A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome, Chichester.

––– (2016) Reception of Flavian Literature, in: A. Zissos (ed.) A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome, Chichester, 535-559.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imperial Greek and Late Antique Epic

 

Accorinti, Domenico:

––– (2015) Nonnos und der Mythos: Heidnische Antike aus christlicher Perspektive, in: H. Leppin (ed.), Antike Mythologie in christlichen Kontexten der Spätantike, Berlin, 43-70.

––– (2016, ed.) Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden

––– (2016) Naming the God of Metamorphosis: The Ever-changing Shape of the Infant Dionysus in Nonnus’ Dionysiaca, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 256-267.

––– (2016) The Poet from Panopolis: An Obscure Biography and a Controversial Figure, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 9-53.

 

Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin:

––– (2016) Composing the Masters: An Essay on Nonnus and Hellenistic Poetry, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 507-528.

 

Agapitos, Panagiotis A.:

––– (2015) Contesting Conceptual Boundaries, Interfaces 1, 62–91, URL: http://riviste.unimi.it/interfaces/article/view/4914/5055.

 

Agosti, Gianfranco:

––– (2016) L’epillio nelle Dionisiache? Strutture dell’epica nonniana e contesto culturale, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1579.

––– (2016) Nonnus and Late Antique Society, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill’s Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 644-668.

 

Bär, Silvio / Baumbach, Manuel:

––– (2015) The Epic Cycle and Imperial Greek Epic, in: M. Fantuzzi / C. Tsagalis (eds.), The Greek Epic Cycle and its Ancient Reception, Cambridge, 604-622.

 

Bannert, Herbert / Kröll, Nicole:

––– (2016) Nonnus and the Homeric Poems, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 479-506.

 

Bär, Silvio:

––– (2016) Reading Homer, Writing Troy: Intertextuality and Narrativity of the Gods and the Divine in Quintus of Smyrna’s Posthomerica, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 215-230.

 

Berlincourt, Valéry:

––– (2015) Innuptae ritus imitata Minervae: une comparaison chez Claudien et ses connexions flaviennes, Dictynna 12, URL: http://dictynna.revues.org/1118.

––– (2016) Lucain et le souhait de domination de la déesse Roma (Claud. Ol. Prob. 160-163), in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 199-225.

 

Berlincourt, Valéry / Galli Milić, Lavinia / Nelis, Damien P. (eds.):

––– (2016) Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg.

 

Bernabé, Alberto / García-Gasco, Rosa:

––– (2016) Nonnus and Dionysiac-Orphic Religion, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 89-110.

 

Bernstein, Neil W.:

––– (2016) Light on the Water in Silius Italicus’ Punica and Claudian’s De Raptu Proserpinae, Mnemosyne 69.6, 1050-1057, URL: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/1568525x-12342057.

 

Bureau, Bruno:

––– (2016) Présence/absence de Lucain dans les deux livres du Contre Rufin, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 175-197.

 

Cadau, Cosetta:

––– (2015) Studies in Colluthus' Abduction of Helen, Leiden.

 

Charlet, Jean-Louis:

––– (2016) Lucain et Claudien: une poésie politique entre épopée, histoire et panégyrique, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 11-30.

 

Chuvin, Pierre:

––– (2016) The Poet of Dionysus: Birth of the Last among the Gods, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 111-124.

 

Clauss, James J. / Cuypers, Martine / Kahane, Ahuvia (eds.):

––– (2016) The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart.

 

Coffee, Neil / Forstall, Chris:

––– (2016) Claudian’s Engagement with Lucan in his Historical and Mythological Hexameters, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 255-283.

 

Cullhed, Anders:

––– (2015) The Shadow of Creusa. Negotiating Fictionality in Late Antique Latin Literature (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 339). Berlin.

 

De Stefani, Claudio:

––– (2016) Brief Notes on the Manuscript Tradition of Nonnus’ Works, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 669-690.

 

Dijkstra, Jitse H. F.:

––– (2016) The Religious Background of Nonnus, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 75-88.

 

Dijkstra, Roald:

––– (2016) The Apostles in Early Christian Art and Poetry, Leiden.

 

D’Ippolito, Gennaro:

––– (2016) Nonnus’ Conventional Formulaic Style, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 372-401.

 

Doroszewski, Filip:

––– (2016) The Mystery Terminology in Nonnus’ Paraphrase, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 327-350.

 

Esposito, Paolo:

––– (2016) Aspetti della presenza di Lucano nella poesia esametrica di Claudiano, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 147-173.

 

Faber, Riemer A.:

––– (2016) Nonnus and the Poetry of Ekphrasis in the Dionysiaca, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 443-459.

 

Felgentreu, Fritz:

––– (2016) Victrix causa deis placuit: Claudian und das entgötterte Epos, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 31-42.

 

Frangoulis, Hélène:

––– (2016) La figure d’Hermione chez Collouthos, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1586.

 

Franchi, Roberta:

––– (2016) Approaching the 'Spiritual Gospel': Nonnus as Interpreter of John, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 240-266.


Galli Milić, Lavinia:

––– (2015) Valérius Flaccus et Stace à Carthage: la matrice flavienne du Romul. 10 de Dracontius, in: É. Wolff (ed.), Littérature, politique et religion en Afrique vandale (Institut d'Études Augustiniennes), Paris, 323-340.

––– (2016) Pâris, Hélène et les autres: quelques considérations sur les personnages du Romul. 8 de Dracontius, Vita Latina 193/194, 193-217.

 

Garambois-Vasquez, Florence:

––– (2016) L’éloge de Stilicon dans la poésie de Claudien, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 93-106.

 

Gauly, Bardo M.:

––– (2015) Claudians Phoenix und die Frage der Allegorie, in: Jan R. Stenger (ed.), Spätantike Konzeptionen von Literatur, Heidelberg, 115-134.

 

Geisz, Camille:

––– (2016) Narrative and Digression in the Dionysiaca, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 173-192.

 

Gosserez, Laurence:
––– (2015) L'ekphrasis de Cupidon dans la Médée de Dracontius, in: É. Wolff (ed.), Littérature, politique et religion en Afrique vandale (Collection des Études Augustiniennes. Série Antiquité 200), Paris, 303-322.

 

Guerrieri, Stefano:

––– (2016) Scene di profezia nel De raptu Helenae di Draconzio: riprese di moduli epici e tragici (Romulea VIII 119-212), Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1599.

 

Hadjittofi, Fotini:

––– (2016) Major Themes and Motifs in the Dionysiaca, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 125-151.

 

Harich-Schwarzbauer, Henriette:

––– (2015) The Feminine Side of War in Claudian’s Epics, in: J. Fabre-Serris / A. M. Keith (eds.), Women and War in Antiquity, Baltimore, 289-302.

 

Hernández de la Fuente, David:

––– (2016) The Influence of Nonnus on Baroque and Modern Literature, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 714-754.

 

Herren, Michael W.:

––– (2016) Dracontius, the Pagan Gods, and Stoicism, in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 297-322.

 

Hutchinson, E. J.:

––– (2016) Words Made Strange: The Presence of Virgil in the Miracles of Sedulius’ Paschale Carmen, in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 265-296.

 

Johnson, Scott F.:

––– (2016) Nonnus’ Paraphrastic Technique: A Case Study of Self-Recognition in John 9, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 267-288.

 

Karavas, Orestis:

––– (2015) Colluthus’ The Rape of Helen. Introduction, Translation, Commentary.

 

Kristensen, roels M.:

––– (2016) Nonnus and the Art of Late Antiquity, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 460-478.

 

Kröll, Nicole:

––– (2016) Die Jugend des Dionysos. Die Ampelos-Episode in den Dionysiaka des Nonnos von Panopolis (Millenium Studies 62), Berlin.

 

Kuhn-Treichel, Thomas:

––– (2016) Die Alethia des Claudius Marius Victorius. Bibeldichtung zwischen Epos und Lehrgedicht, Berlin / Boston.

 

Lasek, Anna M.:

––– (2016) Nonnus and the Play of Genres, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 402-421.

 

Lefteratou, Anna:

––– (2016) Dionysus’ ‘catabasis’ to India: Christian Echoes in Nonnus’ Indiad, in: G. Ryser / I. Tanaseanu-Döbler (eds.), Reading the Way to the Netherworld: Education and the Representations of the Beyond in Later Antiquity, Göttingen, 164-190.

––– (2016) Jesus’ Late Antique Epiphanies: Healing the Blind in the Christian Epics of Eudocia and Nonnus, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 268-287.

 

Leuenberger, Céline:

––– (2016) Ut princeps sic Iuppiter: Zur Götterversammlung in Claudians De Raptu Proserpinae III. 1-66, in: A. Neumann-Hartmann / T. S. Schmidt (eds.), Munera Friburgensia. Festschrift zu Ehren von Margarethe Billerbeck, Bern, 215-228.

 

Lightfoot, Jane L.:

––– (2016) Nonnus and Prophecy: Between ’Pagan’ and ’Christian’ Voices, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 625-643.

 

Maciver, Calum A.:

––– (2016) A Homeric Afterlife in Quintus Smyrnaeus' Posthomerica?, in: I. Tanaseanu-Döbler / G. Ryser / A. Lefteratou / K. Stamatopoulos (eds): Reading the Way to the Netherworld. Education and the Representations of the Beyond in Later Antiquity, Göttingen, 123-137.

––– (2016) Nonnus and Imperial Greek Poetry, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 529-548.

 

Magnelli, Enrico:

––– (2016) Gods and Men in Colluthus’ Rape of Helen, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 288-297.

––– (2016) The Nonnian Hexameter, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 351-371.

 

Mastrangelo, Marc:

––– (2016) Towards a Poetics of Late Latin Reuse, in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 25-47.

 

McGill, Scott / Pucci, Joseph (eds.):

––– (2016) The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften 152), Heidelberg.

 

Miguélez-Cavero, Laura:

––– (2016) Nonnus and the Novel, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 549-573.

––– (2016) "With a Little Help from my (Divine) Friends": Double Motivation and Personification in Triphiodorus' Sack of Troy, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 231-242.

 

Morales, Helen:

––– (2016) Rape, Violence, Complicity: Colluthus’s Abduction of Helen, Arethusa 49.1, 61-92.

 

Murray, Jeffrey:

––– (2016) "Christ, our Leonidas": Dracontius' Reception of the Battle of Thermopylae, Greece & Rome 61.1, 106-115.

 

Newbold, Ronald F.:

––– (2016) The Psychology in the Dionysiaca, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 193-212.

 

O’Daly, Gerard:

––– (2016) Prudentius: The Self-Definition of a Christian Poet, in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 221-240.

 

O’Hogan, Cillian:

––– (2016) Prudentius and the Landscapes of Late Antiquity. Oxford.

 

Parkes, Ruth:

––– (2015) Love or War? Erotic and Martial Poetics in Claudian’s De raptu Proserpinae, CJ 110.4, 471-492.

 

Piccardi, Daria G.:

––– (2016) Nonnus’ Poetics, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 422-442.

 

Putter, Ad:

––– (2016) Prudentius and the Late Classical Biblical Epics of Juvencus, Proba, Sedulius, Arator, and Avitus, in: R. Copeland (ed.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, Volume I, 800-1558, Oxford, 351-376.

 

Rees, Roger:

––– (2016) Ghosts of Authors Past in Claudian’s De Bello Gildonico, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 127-145.

––– (2016) The Look of the Late Antique Emperor and the Art of Praise, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 99-121.

 

Roche, Paul:

––– (2016) Lucan in Claudian’s In Eutropium: Rhetoric, Paradox, and Exemplarity, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 227-242.

 

Roisman, Hanna M.:

––– (2015), Greek Epic, in: M. Hose / D. Schenker (eds.), A Companion to Greek Literature, Chichester, 141-154.

 

Ryser, Gabriela:

––– (2015) The Hidden Model? Influences from Oppian in Claudian's Latin Oeuvre, Hermes 143.4, 472-490.

 

Schelske, Oliver:

––– (2016) The Argonautica of Orpheus as 'Poetic Theology'? Divine Hierarchies in Late Antique Philosophy and Poetry, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 298-308.

 

Schierl, Petra:

––– (2016) A Preacher in Arcadia? Reconsidering Tityrus Christianus, in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 241-264.

 

Schindler, Claudia:

––– (2015) Pagane Mythen – christliche Herrscher. Mythos und Mythologie in den politischen Dichtungen Claudians, in: H. Leppin (ed.), Antike Mythologie in christlichen Kontexten der Spätantike, Berlin, 19-42.

––– (2016) Republikanische Ideale? Zur Darstellung und Funktion altrömischer Heldengestalten bei Lucan und Claudian, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 43-59.

 

Shorrock, Robert:

––– (2016) Christian Themes in the Dionysiaca, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 575-600.

 

Sieber, Fabian:

––– (2016) Nonnus’ Christology, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 308-326.

 

Simelidis, Christos:

––– (2016) Nonnus and Christian Literature, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 289-307.

 

Spanoudakis, Konstantinos:

––– (2016) Pagan Themes in the Paraphrase, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 601-624.

 

Steinrück, Martin:

––– (2016) Vers und Stimme. Studien zur antiken Serienmetrik und ihrer pragmatischen Funktion: Hexameter bei Homer Hesiod, den homerischen Hymnen, Parmenides, Kallimachos, Theokrit, Nikander, Quintus und Nonnos, Trieste.

 

 

Tanaseanu-Döbler, Ilinca / Ryser, Gabriela / Lefteratou, Anna / Stamatopoulos, Konstantinos (eds.):

––– (2016) Reading the Way to the Netherworld. Education and the Representations of the Beyond in Later Antiquity, Göttingen.

 

Tissoni, Francesco:

––– (2016) The Reception of Nonnus in Late Antiquity, Byzantine, and Renaissance Literature, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 691-713

 

Van Minnen, Peter:

––– (2016) Nonnus’ Panopolis, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 54-74.

 

Vasiliu, Anca:

––– (2016) Divines techniques. Arts et langage homérique à la fin de l' Antiquité, Paris.

 

Verhelst, Berenice:

––– (2016) Minor Characters in the Dionysiaca, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 152-172.

––– (2016) Direct Speech in Nonnus’ Dionysiaca. Narrative and Rhetorical Functions of the Characters "varied" and "many-faceted" Words (Mnemosyne Supplements 397), Leiden.

 

Ware, Catherine:

––– (2015) Claudian's arma: A Metaliterary Pun, CQ NS 65, 894-896.

––– (2016) Dreams of Genre and Inspiration: Multiple Allusion in Claudian (VI Cons., praefatio), in: S. McGill / J. Pucci (eds.), The Library of the Other Antiquity. Classics Renewed. Reception and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Heidelberg, 171-194.

––– (2016) Eutropius, Lucan and the Ladies of Elegy, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften), Heidelberg, 243-254.            

 

Whitby, Mary:

––– (2016) Nonnus and Biblical Epic, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 213-239.

 

Zuenelli, Simon:

––– (2016) Die Perioche der Dionysiaka als Mittel der Selbstinszenierung, Mnemosyne 69.4, 572–596.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Epic Poetry in the Middle Ages

 

 

Agapitos, Panagiotis, A.:

––– (2015) Contesting Conceptual Boundaries, Interfaces 1, 62–91, URL: http://riviste.unimi.it/interfaces/article/view/4914/5055.

 

Archibald, Elizabeth:

––– (2015) Ruodlieb and Romance in Latin: Audience and Authorship, in: K. A. Duys / E. Emery / L. Postlewate (eds.). Telling the Story in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of Evelyn Birge Vitz, Cambridge, 171–186.

 

Duplessis, Frédéric:

––– (2015) Les sources des gloses des Gesta Berengarii et la culture du poète anonyme, Aevum 89.2, 205-263.

 

Fielding, Ian:

––– (2015) Naples and the Landscape of Virgilian otium in the Carmina Bucolica of Petrarch and Boccaccio, Illinois Classical Studies 40.1, 185-205.

 

Ghosh, Shami:

––– (2015) Writing the Barbarian Past: Studies in Early Medieval Historical Narrative (Brill's Series on the Early Middle Ages 24), Leiden.

 

Graziosi, Barbara:

––– (2015) On Seeing the Poet: Arabic, Italian and Byzantine Portraits of Homer, Scandinavian Journal of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 1, 25-47.

 

Martinez, Ronald L.:

––– (2015) The Latin Hexameter Works: Epystole, Bucolicum Carmen, Africa, in: Albert R. Ascoli / U. Falkeid (eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Petrarch, Cambridge, 87-99.

 

Kössinger, Norbert / Krotz, Elke / Müller, Stephan (eds.):

––– (2015) Ekkehart IV. von St. Gallen, Berlin.

 

Parsons, Sylvia A.:

––– (2016) Poet, Protagonist, and the Epic Alexander in Walter of Châtillon’s Alexandreis, in: M. Stock (ed.), Alexander the Great in the Middle Ages. Transcultural Perspectives, Toronto, 177-199.

 

Ratkowitsch, Christine:

––– (2016) O vortex mundi, fames, insatiatus, habendi, gurges avaritiae. Das Waltharius-Epos zwischen altgermanischem Sagenstoff, Vergils Aeneis und christlicher Moral, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 51.1, 1–38.

 

Rio, Alice M.:

––– (2015) Waltharius at Fontenoy? Epic Heroism and Carolingian Political Thought, Viator 46.2, 41-64.

 

Smolak, Kurt.

––– (2015) Verba superba. Ein Blick in Ekkeharts IV. Dichterwerkstatt, Wiener Studien 128, 173-198.

 

Tilg, Stefan:

––– (2015) ’Medieval Latin’ and ‘Neo-Latin’: Epochal Polarity or Stereotypical Terms?, thersites 2, 133–146.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Neo-Latin Epic

 

 

Abbamonte, Giancarlo:

––– (2015) Naples – A Poet’s City: Attitudes towards Statius and Virgil in the Fifteenth Century, in: J. Hughes / C. Buongiovanni (eds.), Remembering Parthenope: The Reception of Classical Naples from Antiquity to the Present, Oxford, 170-188.

 

Brammall, Sheldon:

––– (2015) The English Aeneid. Translations of Virgil: 1555-1646, Edinburgh.

 

Feile Tomes, Maya:

––– (2015) News of a Hitherto Unknown Neo-Latin Columbus Epic, Part I. José Manuel Peramás’s De invento Novo Orbe inductoque illuc Christi sacrificio (1777), International Journal of the Classical Tradition 22.1, 1-28.

––– (2015) News of a Hitherto Unknown Neo-Latin Columbus Epic, Part II. José Manuel Peramás’s De invento Novo Orbe inductoque illuc Christi sacrificio (1777), International Journal of the Classical Tradition 22.2 (2015). 223-357.

 

Haskell, Yasmin:

––– (2016) Suppressed Emotions: The Heroic Tristia of Portuguese (ex-)Jesuit, Emanuel de Azevedo, Journal of Jesuit Studies 3.1, open access - URL: http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/22141332-00301003.

 

Huss, Bernhard / König, Gerd / Winkler, Alexander:

––– (2016) Heteronome Chronotopien in Petrarcas Africa, in: Chronotopik und Ideologie im Epos (Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift. Beihefte 76), Heidelberg, 123-166.

 

Korenjak, Martin:

––– (2016) Geschichte der neulateinischen Literatur: Vom Humanismus bis zur Gegenwart, Munich.

 

Knight, Sarah / Tilg, Stefan (eds.):

––– (2015) The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, Oxford.

 

López Silva, José A.:

––– (2015) Épica latina y siglo xviii español. Cortés Osorio, Feijoo y la consideración de Lucano en la Ilustración española temprana, Ianua Classicorum. Temas y formas del mundo clásico 3, 978-984.

 

Marsh, David:

––– (2015) Italy, in: S. Knight / S. Tilg (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, Oxford 2015, 395-410.

 

Peters, Christian:

––– (2015) Iustas in iras? Perspectives on Anger as a Driving Force in Neo-Latin Epic, in: K. Enenkel / A. Traninger (eds.). Discourses of Anger in the Early Modern Period (Intersections 40), Leiden, 261-287.

––– (2015) Mythologie und Politik im neulateinischen Epos, in: A. Steiner-Weber / K. Enenkel (eds.), Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Monasteriensis, Leiden, 408-419.

––– (2016) Mythologie und Politik: Die panegyrische Funktionalisierung der paganen Götter im lateinischen Epos des 15. Jahrhunderts, Münster.

––– (2016) "verbis phucare tyrannos? - Selbstanspruch und Leistungsspektren von zeithistorischer Epik als panegyrischem Medium im 15. Jahrhundert", in: P. Baker / R. Kaiser / M. Priesterjahn / J. Helmrath (eds.), Portraying the Prince in the Renaissance. The Humanist Depiction of Rulers in Historiographical and Biographical Texts (Transformationen der Antike 44), Berlin, 415-442.

 

Reid, Steven / McOmish, David (eds.):

––– (2016) Latin Literature and the Classical World in Early Modern Scotland, Leiden.

 

Schaffenrath, Florian:

––– (2015) Narrative Poetry, in: S. Knight / S. Tilg (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, Oxford, 57–72.

 

Tilg, Stefan:

––– (2015) 'Medieval Latin' and 'Neo-Latin': Epochal Polarity or Stereotypical Terms?, thersites 2, 133–146.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Epyllion ('Miniature Epic')

  

 

Adams, Edward:

––– (2016) From Epiphanic Idyll to Faith-bound Epyllia: Tennyson’s Poetic Descent from Virgil to Gibbon, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 367-384.

 

Agosti, Gianfranco:

––– (2016) L’epillio nelle Dionisiache? Strutture dell’epica nonniana e contesto culturale, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1579.

 

Aliotta, Giovanni / De Santo, Natale G. / Iorio, Luigi:

––– (2015) Some Diuretic Plants Cited in the Bible and in the Moretum Poem from the Appendix Vergiliana, Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 30. suppl 3, iii377.

 

Ambühl, Annemarie:

––– (2016) Epyllion as Idyll or Enigma? Thessaly as a Mythico-Literary Landscape of War in Catullus 64 and in Callimachus’ Hymn to Delos, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6.

URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1459.

 

Bär, Silvio:

––– (2015) Inventing and Deconstructing Epyllion: Some Thoughts on a Taxonomy of Greek Hexameter Poetry, thersites 2, 23-51.

 

Bartley, Adam:

––– (2016) The Huntress and the Poet: Artemis in the Cynegetica, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 243-255.

 

Béhar, Roland:

––– (2015) Musæum ante omnes…: la fortune critique de Musée dans la théorie poétique espagnole du Siglo de Oro, e-Spania. Revue interdisciplinaire d’études hispaniques médiévales et modernes 21, URL: https://e-spania.revues.org/24615?lang=es.

 

Braden, Gordon:

––– (2015) Hero and Leander in Bed (and the Morning After), English Literary Renaissance 45, 205-230.

 

Bulloch, Anthony W.:

––– (2016) The Life of Theocritus, Hermes 144.1, 43-68.

 

Cadau, Cosetta:

––– (2015) Colluthus and His Models, in: C. Cosetta (ed.), Studies in Colluthus’ Abduction of Helen, Leiden, 36-134.

 

Capuzza, Bruna:

––– (2016) Τεθμός tra l’Ecale di Callimaco e gli oracoli di Klaros, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6.

URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1650.

 

Castelletti, Cristiano / Siegenthaler, Pierre:

––– (2016) Virgilian Echoes in the Aenigmata Symposii: Two Unnoticed Technopaignia, Philologus 160.1, 133-150.

 

Cerbo, Ester:

––– (2016) Architettura e stile metrico dell’epillio Megara (Ps.-Mosch. IV), Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1517.

 

Cozzoli, Adele T.:

––– (2016) Strategie poetiche negli Epilli del Corpus Bucolicorum, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1541.

 

Cusset, Christophe:

––– (2016) L’epyllion hellénistique: une forme poétique en quête d’elle-même. Recherches sur les données métapoétiques de l’epyllion, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1376.

––– (2016) Recherches sur l’epyllion à l’époque hellénistique et au-delà, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1367.

 

Daniel-Müller, Bénédicte:

––– (2015) Le Crépuscule des Idoles: une lecture politique de l’Idylle XIII de Théocrite, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 5, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1312.

 

de Jong, Irene J.:

––– (2015) Pluperfects and the Artist in Ekphrases. From the Shield of Achilles to the Shield of Aeneas (and Beyond), Mnemosyne 68.6, 889-916.

 

Dunn, Daisy:

––– (2016) Catullus’ Bedspread: The Life of Rome’s Most Erotic Poet, New York.

 

Farrell, Joseph:

––– (2016) Ancient Commentaries on Theocritus’ Idylls and Virgil’s Eclogues, in: C. S. Kraus / C. Stray (eds.), Classical Commentaries. Explorations in a Scholarly Genre, Oxford, 397-418.

 

Fera, Maria C.:

––– (2015) An Unknown Commentary of Giovanni Pascoli to the Poem of Catullus on Peleus and Thetis, Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 110.2, 177-185.

 

Foster, J. Andrew:

––– (2016) Reading Voices. Five Studies in Theocritus' Narrating Techniques, New York.

 

Friesen, Courtney J.:

––– (2015) Dionysius as a Ptolemaic Gentleman in Theocritus, Idyll 26, in: Reading Dionysus: Euripides' Bacchae and the Cultural Contestations of Greeks, Jews, Romans, and Christians, Tübingen, 72-85.

 

Galli Milić, Lavinia:

––– (2015) Valérius Flaccus et Stace à Carthage: la matrice flavienne du Romul. 10 de Dracontius, in: É. Wolff (ed.), Littérature, politique et religion en Afrique vandale (Institut d'Études Augustiniennes), Paris, 323-340.

––– (2016) Pâris, Hélène et les autres: quelques considérations sur les personnages du Romul. 8 de Dracontius, Vita Latina 193/194, 193-217.

 

Giuseppetti, Massimo:

––– (2016) Gods in Fragments: Callimachus’ Hecale, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 180-196.

 

Heckenlively, Timothy:

––– (2016) Ares in the Pseudo-Hesiodic Shield, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 118-134.

 

Heerink, Mark:

––– (2015) Theocritus, in: Echoing Hylas: A Study in Hellenistic and Roman Metapoetics, Madison, 53-82.

 

Heslin, Peter:

––– (2016) A Perfect Murder: The Hypsipyle Epyllion, in: N. Manioti (ed.) Family in Flavian Epic, Leiden, 89-121.

 

Hopkinson, Neil (ed.):

––– (2015) Theocritus. Moschos. Bion, Edited and Translated by Neil Hopkinson, Cambridge, MA.

 

Horn, Fabian:

––– (2016) 'Order from Chaos' Ecphrasis and Meaning in Context in the Pseudo-Hesiodic Shield of Heracles, Hermes 144.2, 124-137.

 

Hughes, Casey:

––– (2015) Weaving the Labyrinth. Paradoxes and Parallels in Catullus 64, Diss. Baylor University.

 

Jaeger, Mary:

––– (2015) Why Is There No Cheese in Horace's Satires? And Related Questions for Vergil and Varro, American Journal of Philology 136.1, 63-90.

 

Jašková, Nina:

––– (2015) Kritika císařů a společnosti ve spisech Apocolocyntosis Divi Claudii a Satyricon, Diss. Masarykova univerzita.

 

Kania, Raymond:

––– (2016) Virgil’s Eclogues and the Art of Fiction. A Study of the Poetic Imagination, Oxford.

 

Kayachev, Boris:

––– (2016) Allusion and Allegory. Studies in the >Ciris< (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 346), Berlin.

 

Kluge, Sofie:

––– (2015) Hero and Leander in Various Attires. Configuration of Desire in the Mythological Poetry of Francisco de Quevedo, in: E. W. Nivre (ed.), Allusions and Reflections. Greek and Roman Mythology in Renaissance Europe, Cambridge, 325-346.

 

Kolde, Antje:

––– (2016) Le chant funèbre en l’honneur d’Adonis ‒ un epyllion?, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1504.

 

Konstantinou, Ariadne:

––– (2015) Reconsidering the Metamorphosis of Io: On Texts, Images and Dates. Symbolae Osloenses 89.1, 35-53.

 

Korenjak, Martin:

––– (2016) In rutae folium conicere (Petron, Satyrica 37.10 und 58.5), Philologus 160.1, 180-183.

 

Lewis, Maxine:

––– (2016) Catullus’ Intertextual Crossroads: Where Theocritus' Idyll 15 Meets Poems 64 and 36, American Journal of Philology 137.2, 321-357.

 

Libby, Brigitte B:

––– (2015) Forgetful Theseus and Mindful Aeneas in Catullus 64 and Aeneid 4, in: K. Galinsky (ed.), Memory in Ancient Rome and Early Christianity, Oxford, 65-88.

 

Lowe, Dunstan:

––– (2015) A Stichometric Allusion to Catullus 64 in the Culex: An Addendum, CQ 65.2, 891.

 

Minchin, Elizabeth:

––– (2016) Remembering Leander: The Long History of the Dardanelles Swim, Classical Receptions Journal 8.2, 276-293.

 

Mitsi, Efterpi:

––– (2015) George Chapman’s `Ancient Greek Souls´: Translating Ekphrasis in Hero and Leander, Word & Image 31.3, 343-349.

 

Monda, Salvatore:

––– (2016) Beyond the Boundary of the Poetic Language: Enigmas and Riddles in Greek and Roman Culture, in: A. Ercolani / M. Giordano (eds.), Submerged Literature in Ancient Greek Culture. The Comparative Perspective, Berlin, 131-154.

 

Mordine, Michael J.:

––– (2016) ‘Literaturizing’ Life: Reading and Misreading Honor in Petronius’ Satyricon, in: R. Dagger / C. Metress / J. S. Lee (eds.), Memory, Invention, and Delivery: Transmitting and Transforming Knowledge and Culture in Liberal Arts Education for the Future. Selected Proceedings from the Fifteenth Annual Conference of the Association for Core Texts and Courses, New York, 89-94.

 

Morrison, Andrew D.:

––– (2016) Erotic Battles? Love, Power-Politics and Cosmic Significance

in Moschus’ Europa and Eros on the Run, in: J. J. Clauss / M. Cuypers / A. Kahane (eds.), The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry. From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond, Stuttgart, 197-214.

 

Nelis, Damien:

––– (2016) Emotion in Vergil’s Georgics. Farming and the Politics of Hope, in: R. R. Caston / R. A. Kaster (eds.), Hope, Joy, and Affection in the Classical World, Oxford, 45-74.

 

Nicolai, Roberto:

––– (2016) Dall’epos arcaico all’epillio: alcune riflessioni, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1368.

 

Niehl, Rutgarius:

––– (2015) Quamvis sint sub aqua...: De Georgicon fine itemque de vitiis quibusdam serio-ludicris philologiae hodiernae, Vox latina 51.202, 550-554.

 

Palmore, Aaron:

––– (2016) Callimachus’ Victoria Berenices: A Case Study in Elegiac Epyllion, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1438.

 

Perris, Simon:

––– (2015) Bacchant Women, in: R. Lauriola / K. N. Demetriou (eds.), Brill's Companion to the Reception of Euripides, Leiden, 505-548.

 

Poletti, Stefano:

––– (2015) A Note on Petron. 122.153, Mnemosyne 68.5, 844-849.

 

Polt, Christopher B.:

––– (2016) A Catullan / Apollonian "Window Reference" at Vergil Eclogue 4.31–36, Hermes 144.1, 118-122.

 

Prioux, Évelyne:

––– (2016) L’ecphrasis dans l’epyllion, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1392.

 

Putnam, Michael C. J.:

––– (2016) Virgil and the Achilles of Catullus, in: P. Mitsis / I. Ziogas (eds.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, Berlin, 151-168.

 

Reitzammer, Laurialan:

––– (2016) Adonis and the Adonia: Trends in Representation, Ancient and Modern, in: The Athenian Adonia in Context: The Adonis Festival as Cultural Practice, Madison, WI, 12-29.

 

Richer, Hamidou:

––– (2016) L'Épithalame d'Achille et de Déidamie: entre eidyllion et epyllion, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1552.

 

Serena, Clua / Antoni, Josep:

––– (2016) Euphorion et l´ Hécalé de Callimaque: Mythèmes et structure narrative d'un epyllion fragmentaire («res Atticae») (I), Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1565.

 

Sistakou, Evina:

––– (2016) Tragic Failures. Alexandrian Responses to Tragedy and the Tragic (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 38), Berlin.

––– (2016) The Dynamics of Space in Moschus’ Europa, Aitia. Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle 6, URL: http://aitia.revues.org/1482.

 

Smith, Warren S.:

––– (2015) Eumolpus the Poet, in: M. Paschalis / S. Panayotakis / G. Schmeling (eds.), Readers and Writers in the Ancient Novel, 91-101.

 

Tissoni, Francesco:

––– (2016) The Reception of Nonnus in Late Antiquity, Byzantine, and Renaissance Literature, in: D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill’s Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, Leiden, 691-713.

 

Uzzi, Jeannine D. / Thomson, Jeffrey (eds.):

––– (2015) The Poems of Catullus. An Annotated Translation, Cambridge.

 

Young, Elizabeth M.:

––– (2015) The Task of Translation in Catullus 64, in: Translation as Muse. Poetic Translation in Catullus’s Rome, Chicago, 24-51.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital Scholarship and Quantitative Approaches

 

 

Bernstein, Neil / Gervais, Kyle / Lin, Wei:

––– (2015) Comparative Rates of Text Reuse in Classical Latin Hexameter Poetry, Digital Humanities Quarterly 9.3, URL:  http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/9/3/000237/000237.html.

 

Burns, Patrick J.:

––– (2016) Measuring and Mapping Intergeneric Allusion in Latin Poetry Using Tesserae, Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities, URL: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01282568.

 

Chaudhuri, Pramit / Dexter, Joseph P. / Bonilla Lopez, Jorge A.:

––– (2015) Strings, Triangles, and Go-Betweens: Intertextual Approaches to Silius’ Carthaginian Debates, Dictynna 12, URL : http://dictynna.revues.org/1156.

 

Chaudhuri, Pramit / Dexter, Joseph P.:

––– (2016) Bioinformatics and Classical Literary Study, Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities, URL: https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1602/1602.08844.pdf.

 

Coffee, Neil / Forstall, Christopher W.:

––– (2016) Claudian’s Engagement with Lucan in his Historical and Mythological Hexameters, in: V. Berlincourt / L. Galli Milić / D. P. Nelis (eds.), Lucan and Claudian: Context and Intertext (Lucain et Claudien face à face: une poésie politique entre épopée, histoire et panégyrique), Heidelberg, 255-283.

 

Forstall, Christopher W. /  Coffee, Neil / Buck, Thomas / Roache, Katherine / Jacobson, Sarah:

––– (2015) Modeling the Scholars: Detecting Intertextuality through Enhanced Word-Level N-Gram Matching, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 30.4, 503-515, URL: 10.1093/llc/fqu014.

 

Kahane, Ahuvia:

––– (2016) Fan Fiction, Early Greece, and the Historicity of Canon, in: I. Willis (ed.), The Classical Canon and/as Transformative Work, Transformative Works and Cultures 21, URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3983/twc.2016.0681.

 

Revellio, Marie:

––– (2015) Classics and the Digital Age: Advantages and Limitations of Digital Text Analysis in Classical Philology, Konstanz LitLingLab Pamphlete 2, URL: https://kops.uni-konstanz.de/handle/123456789/33258.

 

Scheirer, Walter J. / Forstall, Christopher W. / Coffee, Neil:

––– (2016) The Sense of a Connection: Automatic Tracing of Intertextuality by Meaning, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 31.1, 204-217, URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqu058.

 

Van Peteghem, Julie:

––– (2015) Digital Readers of Allusive Texts: Ovidian Intertexuality in the Commedia and the Digital Concordance on Intertextual Dante, Humanist Studies & the Digital Age 4.1, 39-59, URL:http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/index.php/hsda/article/view/3584/3493.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Varia

 

Allen, Kate:

––– (2015) Stop and Smell the Romans: Odor in Roman Literature, Diss. University of Michigan.

 

Allen-Hornblower, Emily:

––– (2016) From Agent to Spectator. Witnessing the Aftermath in Ancient Greek Epic and Tragedy (Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes 30), Berlin.

 

Álvarez Morán, María C. / Iglesias Montiel, Rosa M.:

––– (2015) Voces femeninas en la épica latina, Consuelo Voces femeninas en la epica latina, Ianua Classicorum. Temas y formas del Mundo Clásico 2, 313-348.

 

Ambühl, Annemarie:

––– (2016) Thessaly as an Intertextual Landscape of Civil War in Latin Poetry, in: J. McInerney / I. Sluiter (eds.), Valuing Landscape in Classical Antiquity: Natural Environment and Cultural Imagination, Leiden, 297-322.

 

Bär, Silvio:

––– (2015) Inventing and Deconstructing Epyllion: Some Thoughts on a Taxonomy of Greek Hexameter Poetry, thersites 2, 23-51.

 

Baertschi, Anette M.:

––– (2015) Epic Elements in Senecan Tragedy, in: G. W. M. Harrison (ed.), Brill’s Companion to Roman Tragedy, Leiden, 171-195.

 

Bakogianni, Anastasia / Hope, Valerie M. (eds.):

––– (2015) War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, London.

 

Berman, Daniel W.:

––– (2015) Epic Thebes, in: Myth, Literature, and the Creation of the Topography of Thebes, Cambridge 27-48.

 

Bernstein, Neil W.:

––– (2015) The Clash of Weapons and the Sight of War: Spectatorship and Identification in Roman Epic, in: A. Bakogianni / V. M. Hope (eds.), War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, London, 57-72.

 

Braden, G.:

––– (2016) Epic Annoyance, Homer to Palladas, Arion 24.1, 103-123.

 

Carruesco, Jesús:

––– (2016) Choral Performance and Geometric Patterns in Epic Poetry and Iconographic Representations, in: V. Cazzato / A. Lardinois (eds.), The Look of Lyric: Greek Song and the Visual. Studies in Archaic and Classical Greek Song. Vol. 1 (Mnemosyne Supplements 391), Leiden, 69-107.

 

Clément-Tarantino, Séverine:

––– (2016) Caderent omnes a crinibus hydri: The Problems of the Irrational in the Juno and Allecto Episode in Aeneid 7, in: P. Hardie (ed.), Augustan Poetry and the Irrational, Oxford, 263-280.

 

Criado, Cecilia:

––– (2015) La inevitable inconsistencia del Zeus / Júpiter épico, Cuadernos de Filología Clásica (Estudios Latinos) 35.2, 263-277.

 

Dangel, Jacqueline:

––– (2015) Héros et héroïnes dans l'épopée latine républicaine, de Livius Andronicus à Ennius, Cahiers Forell - Formes et Représentations en Linguistique et Littérature - Héros et héroïsme dans l'épopée latine, URL: http://09.edel.univ-poitiers.fr/lescahiersforell/index.php?id=313.

 

De Jong, Irene J. F.:

––– (2015) Pluperfects and the Artist in Ekphrases, Mnemosyne 68.6, 889-916.

 

Delarue, Fernand:

––– (2015) Le héros négatif dans les épopées latines du Haut Empire, Cahiers Forell - Formes et Représentations en Linguistique et Littérature - Héros et héroïsme dans l'épopée latine, URL: http://09.edel.univ-poitiers.fr/lescahiersforell/index.php?id=307.

 

Díaz de Cerio, Mercedes / Cabrillana, Conchita / Criado, Cecilia (eds.):

––– (2015) Ancient Epic. Linguistic and Literary Essays, Cambridge.

 

Dinter, Martin T.:

––– (2016) Intermediality in Latin Epic – en video quaecumque audita, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 122-138.

 

Fabre-Serris, Jacqueline / Keith, Alison M. (eds.):

––– (2015) Women and War in Antiquity, Baltimore.

 

Feeney, Denis:

––– (2016) Beyond Greek: The Beginnings of Latin Literature, Cambridge, MA.

 

Fratantuono, Lee M.:

––– (2015) The Atoms of Epic: A Reading of Lucretius’ De Rerum NaturaLanham.

 

Fuhrer, Therese:

––– (2015) Teichoskopia: Female Figures Looking on Battles, in J. Fabre-Serris / A. Keith (eds), Women and War in Antiquity, Baltimore, 52-70.

 

Gray, Erik:

––– (2015) The Races of Poetry, Essays in Criticism 65.1, 75-99.

 

Hardie, Philip:

––– (2015) Epic Poetry, in: P. Cheney / P. Hardie (eds.), The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, vol. 2, Oxford, 225-252.

––– (2016) Adamastor and the Epic Poet’s Dark Continent, in: P. Hardie (ed.), Augustan Poetry and the Irrational, Oxford, 281-292.

––– (ed., 2016) Augustan Poetry and the Irrational, Oxford.

 

Heerink, Mark:

––– (2015), Echoing Hylas: A Study in Hellenistic and Roman Metapoetics (Wisconsin Studies in Classics), Madison.

 

Hunter, Richard / Koukouzika, Demetra:

––– (2015) Food in Greek Literature, in: J. Wilkins / R. Nadeau (eds.), A Companion to Food in the Ancient World, Chichester, 19-29.

 

Huss, Bernhard / König, Gerd / Winkler, Alexander:

––– (2016) Chronotopik und Ideologie im Epos.

 

Jenkyns, Richard:

––– (2016) Classical Literature: An Epic Journey from Homer to Virgil and Beyond, New York.

 

Keith, Alison M.:

––– (2016) City Lament in Augustan Epic: Antitypes of Rome from Troy to Alba Longa, in: M. R. Bachvarova / D. Dutsch / A. Suter (eds.) The Fall of Cities in the Mediterranean. Commemoration in Literature, Folk-Song, and Liturgy, Cambridge, 156-182.

 

Kölligan, Daniel / Macedo, José Marcos:

––– (2015) Δασπλτις ρινύς, Glotta 91, 129-151.

 

Leigh, Matthew:

––– (2015) Food in Latin Literature, in: J. Wilkins / R. Nadeau (eds.), A Companion to Food in the Ancient World, Chichester, 43-52.

 

Lovatt, Helen / Vout, Caroline (eds.):

––– (2016) Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge.

 

Lovatt, Helen / Vout, Caroline:

––– (2016) Introduction, in: H. Lovatt / C. Vout (eds.), Epic Visions. Visuality in Greek and Latin Epic and its Reception, Cambridge, 1-31.

 

Lulli, Laura:

––– (2016) Elegy and Epic: A Complex Relationship, in: C. Carey / L. Swift (eds.), Greek Iambos and Elegy: New Approaches, Oxford, 193-209.

 

McClellan, Andrew Michael:

––– (2015) Dead and Deader: The Treatment of the Corpse in Latin Imperial Epic Poetry, Diss. University of British Columbia.

 

Nardelli, Jean-Fabrice:

––– (2016) L’Orient dans le Cycle, Philologia Antiqua 8, 11-116.

 

Palaima, Thomas G.:

––– (2016) War Stories Told, Untold and Retold from Troy to Tinian to Fort Campbell, Arion 23.3, 1-33.

 

Ready, Jonathan / Tsagalis, Christos (eds.):

––– (2016) Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic. Vol. 1: Epic Middles: From Homer to Nonnus, Leiden.

 

Rebeggiani, Stefano:

––– (2016) Orestes, Aeneas, and Augustus: Madness and Tragedy in Virgil’s Aeneid, in: P. Hardie (ed.), Augustan Poetry and the Irrational, Oxford, 56-73.

 

Rimell, Victoria:

––– (2015) The Closure of Space in Roman Poetics: Empire’s Inward Turn, Cambridge.

 

Roby, Courtney:

––– (2016) Technical Ekphrasis in Greek and Roman Science and Literature. The Written Machine between Alexandria and Rome, Cambridge.

 

Roisman, Hanna M.:

––– (2015), Greek Epic, in: M. Hose / D. Schenker (eds.), A Companion to Greek Literature, Chichester, 141-154.

 

Sharrock, Alison:

––– (2015) Warrior Women in Roman Epic, in: J. Fabre-Serris, / A. Keith (eds), Women and War in Antiquity, Baltimore, 157-178.

 

Slater, Niall W.:

––– (2016) Voice and Voices in Antiquity. Orality and Literacy in the Ancient World, Vol. 11, Leiden.

 

Spanoudakis, Konstantinos:

––– (2016) Manethoniana, Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic Online, 206-209.

 

Steiner, Deborah:

––– (2015) Figures of the Poet in Greek Epic and Lyric, in: P. Destrée / P. Murray (eds.). A Companion to Ancient Aesthetics, Chichester, 31-46.

 

Wiseman, T. P.:

––– (2015) The Roman Audience. Classical Literature as Social History, Oxford.

 

Zerhoch, Sebastian:

––– (2015) Erinys in Epos, Tragödie und Kult. Fluchbegriff und personale Fluchmacht (Philologus. Supplementary Volumes 4), Berlin.

 

 

 

 

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