Volume 3

Contextualizing Digital Data as Scholarship in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology

Citation with persistent identifier: Kansa, Eric. “Contextualizing Digital Data as Scholarship in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology.” CHS Research Bulletin 3, no. 2 (2015). http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:KansaE.Contextualizing_Digital_Data_as_Scholarship.2015 Introduction 1§1 Archaeology is a highly regulated practice. Governments require permits for field work and often provide the majority of the funding for such work. Read more

Isocrates’ Theory of Goodwill (Eunoia) as a Precursor of Emotional Intelligence

Citation with persistent identifier: Xanthou, Maria G. “Isocrates’ Theory of Goodwill (Eunoia) as a Precursor of Emotional Intelligence.” CHS Research Bulletin 3, no. 2 (2015). http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:XanthouM.Isocrates_Theory_of_Goodwill.2015 Introduction 1§1 The objective of my article is to modify the overarching scheme of Isocratean philosophical and rhetorical pedagogy, conceptualized… Read more

The Actors’ Repertoire, Fifth-Century Comedy and Early Tragic Revivals

Citation with persistent identifier: Nervegna, Sebastiana. “The Actors’ Repertoire, Fifth-Century Comedy and Early Tragic Revivals.” CHS Research Bulletin 3, no. 2 (2015). http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:NervegnaS.The_Actors_Repertoire.2015 1§1 In antiquity as today, Greek tragedies circulated both as written texts for the reading public and as scripts for performance on public stages. Of… Read more

To the Dregs: Drawing Meaning from the Rhodian Handles of Hellenistic Ashkelon

Citation with persistent identifier: Birney, Kate. “To the Dregs: Drawing Meaning from the Rhodian Handles of Hellenistic Ashkelon.” CHS Research Bulletin 3, no. 2 (2015). http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:BirneyK.To_the_Dregs.2015 Introduction [1] 1§1 In a second-century letter to Philokrates, Aristeas describes Ashkelon as one of the four major port… Read more

Atticist Lexica and the Pronunciation of Greek

Citation with persistent identifier: Vessella, Carlo. “Atticist Lexica and the Pronunciation of Greek.” CHS Research Bulletin 3, no. 1 (2014). http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hlnc.essay:VessellaC.Atticist_Lexica_and_the_Pronunciation_of_Greek.2014 Atticism and pronunciation 1§1 This paper argues that some of the Atticist lexica written between the second and third centuries CE contain prescriptions that reveal ideas about the correct pronunciation… Read more