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, Meaghan Carley, Kevin Garcia
November 2016
July 2016
 
Jennifer Trimble. “The Zoninus collar and the archaeology of Roman slavery.” American Journal of Archaeology 120.3 (July 2016) 447–472....
July 2016
Understanding Greek Tragic Theatre, a revised edition of Greek Tragic Theatre(1992), is intended for those interested in how Greek tragedy...
May 2016
The Look of Lyric: Greek Song and the Visual addresses the various modes of interaction between ancient Greek lyric poetry and the visual arts as...
, Artemis L. Brod
May 2016
Aelius Aristides' Hieroi Logoi and Apuleius' Metamorphoses stage prolonged encounters with the failure or refusal of one's own body to function in...
March 2016
Richard P. Martin, " Greek myths at Dion: divine family in the human landscape," in the volume Gods and Mortals at Olympus: Ancient Dion, City of...
November 2015
2015 annual department newsletter featuring new department chair, faculty/student news, SCIT, conference, commencement, and other topics.
 
October 2015
This book studies several aspects of Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda's translation of Aristotle's Politics (Book I) and his commentaries.  The book...
September 2015
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are considered kindred religions-holding ancestral heritages and monotheistic belief in common-but there are...
Justin Leidwanger, Deborah N. Carlson, Sarah M. Kampbell
July 2015
In 2007 a symposium was held at Texas A&M University to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of Texas A&M University Press’s publication of...
July 2015
The first of its kind, A Companion to Ancient Aesthetics presents a synoptic view of the arts, which crosses traditional boundaries and explores the...
, Dominic Delgado, Kevin Sun, Mike Taylor, Eleanor Walker
June 2015
June 2015
Two separate and seemingly unrelated myths of Hercules flourished in Rome during the Augustan period: the triumphant Hercules’ defeat of the robber-...
June 2015
At the end of the 5th century BC, a prosperous, imperial, and democratic city-state (polis) embarked on a long and demanding war. The conflict...
June 2015
In the long wake of Rome’s conquest of the Greek Mediterranean, the self-styled Italian backwater was flooded with Greek arts, Greek texts, and Greek...
June 2015
Scholars have described the eighth and seventh centuries BCE in central Italy as an Orientalizing Period, when materials and practices from the...
June 2015
The ancient economy in classical studies of the last two centuries has generated great interest and enthusiasm as well as intense debate and...
Ronnie Shi, Llewelyn Morgan
May 2015
Ronnie Shi's article appears in Volume 145 of the Transactions of the American Philological Association. From the abstract: 
"Although Virgil’s...
May 2015
Excerpted from Princeton UP:
Ober argues that Greece’s rise was no miracle but rather the result of political breakthroughs and economic development...
May 2015
 
Oxford UP: "Callimachus was arguably the most important poet of the Hellenistic age, for two reasons: his engagement with previous theorists of...

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