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Submissions from 2017

Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes: War, Women, and the Hecht/Bacon translation, Deborah Roberts

Submissions from 2016

THE SPACE THAT REMAINS: READING LATIN POETRY IN LATE ANTIQUITY, Bret Mulligan

The Space That Remains: Reading Latin Poetry in Late Antiquity (Review), Bret Mulligan

Translation and the Poetics of Replication in the Late Antique Latin Epigram, in Tradition and Innovation in the Latin Poetry of Late Antiquity, Bret Mulligan

Armies of Children: War and Peace, Ancient History and Myth in Children's Books after World War One, Deborah H. Roberts and Sheila Murnaghan

Submissions from 2015

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Infusing Theory into the Undergraduate Classics Curriculum: Examples from Haverford College's Senior Seminar, Translation and Transformation, and History of Literary Theory, Robert Germany, Bret Mulligan, and Deborah H. Roberts

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Cornelius Nepos, 'Life of Hannibal': Latin Text, Notes, Maps, Illustrations and Vocabulary, Bret Mulligan

Gout, Beasts, and Other Metaphorical Punishments in AP, Bret Mulligan

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Mastering the West: Rome and Carthage at War [Review], Bret Mulligan

The Metamorphosis of Ovid in Retellings of Myth for Children, Deborah H. Roberts

Translating the Forbidden: the Unexpurgated Edition and the Reception of Ancient Obscenity, Deborah H. Roberts, Dorota Dutsch, and Ann Suter

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Review of McCoskey's Race: Antiquity and Its Legacy, Sydnor Roy

Bruno Gentili in the Memoir of an American Homerist, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 2014

Menander in Contexts, Robert Germany

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Commentary on Cornelius Nepos Life of Hannibal, Bret Mulligan

Coniuratio! Ethopoeia and Reacting to the Past in the Latin Classroom (and Beyond), Bret Mulligan

Review of Christer Henriksén's Commentary on Martial, Epigrams Book 9, Bret Mulligan

Submissions from 2013

Race and Ethnicity in the Classical World: A Collection of Primary Sources with Essays, Rebecca Futo, Kennedy Goldman, Max Goldman, and Sydnor Roy

The Blackwell Companion to Terence, Robert Germany

Bad Scorpion : Cacaemphaton and Poetics in Martial's Ligurinus-Cycle, Bret Mulligan

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The Bridge, Bret Mulligan, Julie Ta '16, Carman Romano '16, Vanessa Felso '15, and Blair Rush '16

The Golden Ass, Deborah H. Roberts

Homeric Concerns: Metapoetic Elements in the Proem to Book 2 of the De Rerum Naturae, Sydnor Roy

Submissions from 2012

Prometheus Bound, Aeschylus and Deborah H. Roberts

Ion, Euripides 4, Euripides, Deborah H. Roberts, and P. Bovie

Animal Play: Bilingual Onomastics and the Arrangement of Statius Silvae 2, Bret Mulligan

Les invectives de Claudien: Une poétique de la violence [book review], Bret Mulligan

Afterword: Concealment Concealed, Deborah H. Roberts

Review of E. Robinson’s Democracy beyond Athens: Popular Government in the Greek Classical Age, Sydnor Roy

The Constitutional Debate in Herodotus’ Histories: An Exploration of Good Government, Sydnor Roy

Re-thinking Homeric Psychology: Snell, Dodds, and their Critics, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 2011

Roman Comedy of Letters [book review], Robert Germany

Meditations on “A Taut But Happy” Class, Bret Mulligan

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(sic) Argus: Bilingual Wordplay in Statius Silvae 5.4.11-13, Bret Mulligan

Submissions from 2010

Claudio Claudiano. Aponus (carm. min. 26) [book review], Bret Mulligan

Dionysius Exiguus, Bret Mulligan

Epigramma longum: Da Marziale alla tarda antichita / From Martial to late antiquity. (2 vols.) [book review], Bret Mulligan

Fortunatus, Venantius Honorius Clementianus, Bret Mulligan

John Cassian, Bret Mulligan

St. Germanus, Bret Mulligan

St. Remigius, Bret Mulligan

Reading Antigone in Translation: Text, Paratext, Intertext, Deborah H. Roberts

Tragedy in Transition [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Water-Jug and Plover’s Feather: Rudyard Kipling’s India in Rosemary Sutcliff’s Roman Britain, Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 2009

Entry on Claudius Claudianus, Bret Mulligan

From fairy tale to cartoon: collections of greek myth for children, Deborah H. Roberts

La grecité des proverbes grecs in Les Fondements de la Tradition Classique: Hommages à Didier Pralon, Joseph A. Russo

The Collected Sicilian Folk and Fairy Tales of Giuseppe Pitrè, Joseph A. Russo and Jack Zipes

Submissions from 2008

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Ancient Letters. Classical and Late Antique Epistolography [book review], Bret Mulligan

Review of Fuoco, Ornella, Claudio Claudiano. Aponus (carm. min. 26), Naples: Loffredo editore, Bret Mulligan

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Texts and Culture in Late Antiquity: Inheritance, Authority, and Change [book review], Bret Mulligan

Women's letters from ancient Egypt, 300 BC-AD 800 [book review], Bret Mulligan

Translation and the "Surreptitious Classic": Obscenity and Translatability, Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 2007

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Homer. Iliad. Audiobook [book review], Bret Mulligan

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Introducing Direct Speech in Herodotus, Bret Mulligan

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Statius. Silvae 5. Edited with Introduction, Translation and Commentary. [book review], Bret Mulligan

The Poet From Egypt?: Reconsidering Claudianas Eastern Origina, Bret Mulligan

Reconstructed Pasts: Rome and Britain, Child and Adult in Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill and Rosemary Sutcliff's Historical Fiction, Deborah H. Roberts

Translating Antiquity: Intertextuality, Anachronism, and Archaism, Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 2006

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Morice's Stories in Attic Greek [book review], Bret Mulligan

Petronius and the Vulgar Tongue: Colloquialism, Obscenity, Translation, Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 2005

The figure of Echo in the Homeric hymn to Pan , Robert Germany

Virgilian Retrospection in Goethe’s Alexis und Dora, Robert Germany

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Aetas Claudianea. Eine Tagung an der Freien Universität Berlin vom 28. bis 30. Juni 2002 [book review], Bret Mulligan

An Allusion to Ovid in Claudian's Carmina Minora 22.56, Bret Mulligan

Beginnings and Endings in Tragedy, Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 2004

Claudian; Cyrus Panopolites; Exammon; Honorius; Maniam; Milestone; Milion; Modion; Oreion; Rufinus; Theodosius I; Theodosius II, Bret Mulligan

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Homer. Blackwell Introductions to the Classical World [book review], Bret Mulligan

Odysseus' Trial of the Bow as Symbolic Performance in Antike Literatur in neuer Deutung, Joseph A. Russo

Omero, Odissea, Joseph A. Russo

Omero Odissea, VI, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 2003

Amae in Ancient Greece, E. Young Bruehl and Joseph A. Russo

From Joke to Proverb to Ethnic World View, E. Young Bruehl and Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 2002

Penelope's Gates of Horn and Ivory in La Mythologie et l'Odyssée, Joseph A. Moreno

Euripides in Translation, Deborah H. Roberts

Penelope's Song: The Lyric Odysseys of Linda Pastan and Louise Gluck, Deborah H. Roberts and S. Murnaghan

Submissions from 2000

A History of Rome: from Rome's Origins to Justinian and Beyond, Bret Mulligan

Comparison of the 1920's and 1930's with the 1990's, Bret Mulligan

Athena and Hermes in early greek poetry: doubling and complementarity, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1999

Sicilian Folktales, Cognitive Psychology, and Oral Theory, Joseph A. Russo

Sicilian Folktales, Cognitive Psychology, and Oral Theory, Joseph A. Russo

Stesichorus, Homer, and the Forms of Early Greek Epic in Studies in Honor of D. M. Maronitis, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1998

Musical Design in Sophoclean Theater [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 1997

Afterword: Ending and Aftermath, Ancient and Modern, Deborah H. Roberts

Classical closure: reading the end in Greek and Latin literature, Deborah H. Roberts

Formula, Joseph A. Russo

Jungian analysis of Homer's Odysseus, Joseph A. Russo

Prose genres for the performance of traditional wisdom in Ancient Greece: proverb, maxim, opthegm, Joseph A. Russo

The Formula in A New Companion to Homer, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1996

Odes 1.5: A Reversal, Horace and Deborah H. Roberts

Closure, S. Hornblower, Deborah H. Roberts, and A. Spawforth

Sphragis, S. Hornblower, Deborah H. Roberts, and A. Spawforth

Classics and the Uses of Reception [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Submissions from 1994

The Living Voice of Greek and Latin [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Homer's Style: Nonformulaic Features of an Oral Aesthetic, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1993

The Frustrated Mourner: Strategies of Closure in Greek Tragedy, J. Farell, Deborah H. Roberts, and R. Rosen

Formulaic Repetition and Narrative Innovation: Odyssey 19.440- 443, the Boar in the Bush in Tradizione e Innovazione nella Cultura Greca da Omero all'Età Ellenistica, Joseph A. Russo

Submissions from 1992

Aristotle, Poetics [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Beginnings in Classical Literature [book review], Deborah H. Roberts

Outside the drama: the limits of tragedy in Aristotle's Poetics, Deborah H. Roberts