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New Classicists 03

New Classicists 03

Article 1: Marta Antola (Durham University) Article 2: Anactoria Clarke (Open University) Article 3: Doukissa Kamini (University of Reading) Article 4: Claire Pérez (Université Jean Moulin, Lyon) Article 5: Rioghnach Sachs (King's College London) Article 6: Chen Xiong (King's College London)

New Classicists 02

New Classicists 02

Introduction about the topic from Amy Lewis (University of Pennsylvania) Article 1: Laurie Porstner (Rutgers) Article 2: Kevin Stuart Lee (The University of Texas at Austin) Article 3: Sherry Huang (Texas Tech University)

New Classicists 01

New Classicists 01

Article 1: Richard Kendall (University of Birmingham) Aricle 2: Maria Galanaki (Democritus University of Thrace) Article 3: Ben Salisbury (University of Birmingham) Article 4: Lauren Murphy La Trobe University) Book review of Fratantuono, L. M., and Smith, R. (2018). Virgil, Aeneid 8, Leiden, The Netherlands: BRILL. by Billie Hall (l'Université de Lille)

Articles

George Brocklehurst

George Brocklehurst

(The Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London) Philosophy and Pedagogy in Horace Epistles I

Marta Antola

Marta Antola

(Durham University) One to rule them all: The γόης of (Plato’s) Ancient Athens

Anactoria Clarke

Anactoria Clarke

(Open University) ‘Time and tide for no man wait’: Cheiron’s qualities complicated in John Updike’s The Centaur

Doukissa Kamini

Doukissa Kamini

(University of Reading) From a mythical exemplum to a heroic cult: Orestes as a representative of power play, (re-)establishment of political authority and expansionism

Claire Pérez

Claire Pérez

(Université Jean Moulin, Lyon) Curtius Rufus’ Roman Reading of the Proskynesis Debate: Theatricality of power and free eloquence in the Histories of Alexander the Great

Rioghnach Sachs

Rioghnach Sachs

(King's College London) Reconciling Aphrodite: The Power of the ‘Weakling’ Goddess in Homer’s Iliad

Chen Xiong

Chen Xiong

(King's College London) Continuity and Innovation in Imperial Inscriptions: Augustus’ Res Gestae and the Stelae of the Qin First Emperor Compared

Kevin Stuart Lee

Kevin Stuart Lee

(The University of Texas at Austin) Cityscapes in Roman Painting: The Amphitheater Riot Fresco as a Piece of “Popular Art”

Laurie Porstner

Laurie Porstner

(Rutgers) Boundaries, Magic, and Popular Religion in two Mosaics from Ancient Thysdrus (El Jem in Tunisia)

Sherry Huang

Sherry Huang

(Texas Tech University) “Solon” and his People: The afterlife of an archaic political personage in late democratic Athens

Amy Lewis

Amy Lewis

(University of Pennsylvania) Introduction to the 'popular' in Classical Antiquity

Maria Galanaki

Maria Galanaki

(Democritus University of Thrace) Conon's Sons and Meidias: Ēthopoiia and Hypokrisis in Demosthenes' Against Conon and Against Meidias

Richard Kendall

Richard Kendall

(University of Birmingham) The Boscoreale Cups: What level of historical specificity was intended in the Tiberius cup?

Lauren Murphy

Lauren Murphy

(La Trobe University) United in Grief: Achilles, Alexander and Hadrian

Ben Salisbury

Ben Salisbury

(University of Birmingham) The Status of Plebiscita 494-287 BC

Billie Hall

Billie Hall

(Université de Lille) Book review of Fratantuono, L. M., and Smith, R. (2018). Virgil, Aeneid 8, Leiden, The Netherlands: BRILL.

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Chen Xiong

(King's College London) Continuity and Innovation in Imperial Inscriptions: Augustus’ Res Gestae and the Stelae of the Qin First Emperor Compared

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