Volume 3, Issue 2

Volume 3, Issue 2 of the CHS Research Bulletin contains the work of nine fellows who conducted research at the Center for Hellenic Studies during the 2014-15 academic year. On April 24, 2015, the fellows presented their work to an audience of senior fellows and classics faculty from the Washington, DC area. This issue includes video from the April symposium.

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“Seeing Hera in the Iliad
Seemee Ali, Carthage College
Abstract | Paper and Video

“To the Dregs:  Drawing Meaning from the Rhodian Handles of Hellenistic Ashkelon”
Kate Birney, Wesleyan University
Abstract | Paper and Video

“The Social Dynamics of Dedication in the Delian Inventories of the Third Century: Audience, Function and Temporality”
Christy Constantakopoulou, Birkbeck College
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Connecting People: Mobility and Networks in the Corpus of Greek Private Letters”
Madalina Dana, University Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Contextualizing Digital Data as Scholarship in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology”
Eric Kansa, University of California, Berkeley
Abstract | Paper and Video

“The Actors’ Repertoire, Fifth-Century Comedy and Early Tragic Revivals”
Sebastiana Nervegna, University of Sydney
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Local Pantheons in Motion: Synoecism and Patron Deities in Hellenistic Rhodes”
Stéphanie Paul, University of Liege
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Painting, Ethics, and Ontology in Republic 5”
Zacharoula Petraki, University of Crete
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Isocrates’ Theory of Goodwill (Eunoia) as a Precursor of Emotional Intelligence”
Maria G. Xanthou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Open University of Cyprus
Abstract | Paper and Video

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