Volume 7

Volume 7 of the CHS Research Bulletin contains project reports submitted by the fellows who conducted research at the Center for Hellenic Studies during the 2018-19 academic year.

Persistent identifier for this issue: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.jissue:CHS_Research_Bulletin.Vol_07.2019

Fellowship Project Reports

“Near-Eastern Echoes in Iliad XVI 33-35″
Apostolia Alepidou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

“The Eagle and the Owl: Athenian Legacies in Early Ptolemaic Alexandria”
Davide Amendola, Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa

“Euripides’ Athens: Art, Cult, and Leadership”
Lucia Athanassaki, University of Crete

“A Handbook of Homeric Greek Word Order: Expressing Information Structure in Homer and Beyond”
Nicolas Bertrand, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis

“Local Scripts in Archaic Macedonia”
Angelos Boufalis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

“Epics and Ritual: Reconsidering Homeric Performance in Ancient Greece”
Manon Brouillet, Université de Picardie Jules-Verne (Amiens)

“The Connected World of Potters in Ancient Athens: Collaborations, Connoisseurship, and Social Network Analysis”
Diane Harris Cline, The George Washington University, and Eleni Hasaki, University of Arizona

“Epimenides the Cretan: A History of Athens (6th-5th c. BC)”
Alain Duplouy, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

“The Thucydidean Turn: (Re)interpreting Thucydides’ Political Thought Before, During, and After the Great War”
Ben Earley, Freie Universität Berlin

“A Psychological Study of Dreams in Hellenistic Poetry”
Dimitra Karamitsou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

“Lysistrata on Stage and on the Street: Aristophanes, Popular Theater and Politics from the French Revolution to the Age of the Web”
Marina Kotzamani, University of the Peloponnese

“The Poetics of Female Hiketeia : Cult and Character in Euripides”
Katerina Ladianou, Center for Hellenic Studies

“Dimensions of Staatlichkeit in the Early Greek World”
Christoph Lundgreen, Technische Universität Dresden

“Unheard Melodies: Music and Meaning in Ancient Greek and Roman Theater”
Timothy Moore, Washington University in St. Louis

“The Metaphors of Conscientia in Seneca’s Epistles
Attila Németh, Eötvös Loránd University

“Building Democracy in Late Archaic Athens”
Jessica Paga, College of William and Mary

“From Grave Circle A to the Hellenistic Theater: The Birth of Agamemnon’s Legend on the West Slope of Mycenae”
Constantinos Paschalidis, National Archaeological Museum, Athens

“Happiness According to Aristotle”
Bryan C. Reece, University of Toronto

“Heroic Mimēsis and the Ancient Greek Athletic Spirit”
Heather Reid, Morningside College

“A New Corpus of Greek and Latin Inscriptions from the Kaystros River Valley in Southern Lydia”
Marijana Ricl, Belgrade University

“Homer in the Margins: Literary Citation and the Ancient Commentary”
Joshua Smith, Johns Hopkins University

“Wise Citizens and Other Arguments for the Defense of Democracy in Aristotle’s Politics
Georgia Tsouni, Universität Bern

“Aeolian Origins”
Roger Woodard, University of Buffalo (State University of New York)


This section includes additional work by fellows.

“The Social Network of Socrates”
Diane Harris Cline, The George Washington University

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