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Book

Barker, Elton (2009). Entering the Agon: Dissent and authority in Homer, historiography and tragedy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Barker, Elton and Christensen, Joel (2013). A Beginner’s Guide to Homer. London: One World.

Bridges, Emma (2014). Imagining Xerxes: Ancient Perspectives on a Persian King. Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception. London: Bloomsbury.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2006). The Burial of the Urban Poor in Italy in the Late Roman Republic and Early Empire. BAR international series (1565). Oxford: Archaeopress.

Hancock-Jones, Robert; Renshaw, James and Swift, Laura (2017). Greek Theatre and Imperial Image: OCR Classical Civilisation AS and A Level Components 21 and 22. Bloomsbury Academic.

Hardwick, Lorna (2003). Reception Studies. Greece and Rome: New Surveys in the Classics (33). Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press.

Hardwick, Lorna (2004). Translating words, Translating Cultures. Classical Inter/Faces. London, U.K.: Duckworth.

Haywood, Jan and Mac Sweeney, Naoise (2018). Homer's Iliad and the Trojan War: Dialogues on Tradition. Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception (1). London: Bloomsbury.

Hope, Valerie (2007). Death in Ancient Rome: A sourcebook. London, UK: Routledge.

Hope, Valerie (2009). Roman death: the dying and the dead in Ancient Rome. London: Continuum.

Hope, Valerie M. (2001). Constructing identity: the Roman funerary monuments of Aquileia, Mainz and Nimes. British Archaeological Reports, International Series (960). Oxford, UK: Archaeopress.

Hughes, Jessica (2017). Votive Body Parts in Greek and Roman Religion. Cambridge Classical Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

James, Paula (2011). Ovid's Myth of Pygmalion on Screen: In Pursuit of the Perfect Woman. Continuum Studies in Classical Reception. London: Continuum.

King, Helen (2007). Midwifery, Obstetrics and the Rise of Gynaecology: The Uses of a Sixteenth-Century Compendium. Women and Gender in the Early Modern World. Aldershot: Ashgate.

King, Helen (1998). Hippocrates' Woman: Reading the Female Body in Ancient Greece. London: Routledge.

King, Helen (2013). The One-Sex Body on Trial: The Classical and Early Modern Evidence. Farnham: Ashgate. file

King, Helen (2019). Hippocrates Now: The 'Father of Medicine' in the Internet Age. Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception. London: Bloomsbury.

King, Helen (2004). The Disease of Virgins: Green Sickness, Chlorosis and the Problems of Puberty. London: Routledge.

King, Helen and Dasen, Véronique (2008). La Médecine dans l' Antiquité grecque et romaine. Lausanne: Editions BHMS.

Llewellyn-Jones, Lloyd and Robson, James (2009). Ctesias' History of Persia: Tales of the Orient. Routledge Classical Translations. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Paul, Joanna (2013). Film and the Classical Epic Tradition. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Perkins, Phil (1999). Etruscan Settlement, Society and Material Culture in Central Coastal Etruria. British Archaeological Reports International Series (788). Oxford: J. and E. Hedges. file

Perkins, Philip (2007). Etruscan Bucchero in the British Museum. British Museum Research Publication, 165. London, UK: The British Museum Press.

Plastow, Christine (2019). Homicide in the Attic Orators: Rhetoric, Ideology, and Context. Routledge (In Press).

Ravenhill-Johnson, Annie and James, Paula (2013). The Art and Ideology of the Trade Union Emblem, 1850-1925. London: Anthem Press.

Robson, James (2006). Humour, obscenity and Aristophanes. Drama - studien zum antiken drama und seiner rezeption, 1. Tuebingen, Germany: Gunter Narr Verlag.

Robson, James (2009). Aristophanes: An Introduction. London: Duckworth.

Robson, James (2013). Sex and Sexuality in Classical Athens. Debates and Documents. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Rothe, Ursula (2009). Dress and Cultural Identity in the Rhine-Moselle Region of the Roman Empire. British Archaeological Reports, 2009 (S2038). Oxford: Archaeopress.

Rothe, Ursula (2019). The Toga and Roman Identity. London: Bloomsbury Academic (In Press).

Swift, L. A. (2010). The hidden chorus: echoes of genre in tragic lyric. Oxford Classical Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Swift, Laura (2008). Euripides: Ion. Duckworth Companions to Greek and Roman Drama. London: Duckworth.

Swift, Laura (2019). Archilochus: The Poems: Introduction, Text, Translation, and Commentary. Oxford University Press.

Swift, Laura (2016). Greek Tragedy: Themes and Contexts. Classical World. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Yamagata, Naoko (1994). Homeric Morality. Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava Supplementum. Brill Academic Publishers.

Edited Book

Allan, William and Swift, Laura eds. (2018). Moralizing Strategies in Early Greek Poetry. Mouseion, 15 (1). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Archibald, Zosia and Haywood, Jan eds. (2019). The Power of Individual and Community in Ancient Athens and Beyond. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales.

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. (2016). New Worlds from Old Texts: Revisiting Ancient Space and Place. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Betts, Eleanor ed. (2017). Senses of the Empire: Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Carroll, Maureen and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. (2014). Infant Health and Death in Roman Italy and Beyond. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, 96. Ann Arbor: Journal of Roman Archaeology.

Courtney, Julia and James, Paula eds. (2006). The Role of the Parrot in Selected Texts from Ovid to Jean Rhys: Telling a Story from an Alternative Viewpoint. Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press.

Devlin, Zoë L. and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. (2015). Death Embodied: Archaeological Approaches to the Treatment of the Corpse. Studies in Funerary Archaeology, 9. Oxford: Oxbow.

Draycott, Jane and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. (2016). Bodies of Evidence: Ancient Anatomical Votives Past, Present and Future. Medicine and the Body in Antiquity. London: Routledge.

Emlyn-Jones, Chris ed. (2007). Plato, Republic 1-2.368c4. Aris and Phillips Classical Commenatries Series. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books.

Hales, Shelley and Paul, Joanna eds. (2011). Pompeii in the Public Imagination from its Rediscovery to Today. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hardwick, Lorna and Gillespie, Carol eds. (2007). Classics in Post-Colonial Worlds. Classical Presences. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Hardwick, Lorna and Stray, Christopher eds. (2007). A Companion to Classical Receptions. Oxford, UK: Wiley - Blackwell.

Harvey, Graham and Hughes, Jessica eds. (2018). Sensual Religion: Religion and the Five Senses. Religion and the Senses. Sheffield: Equinox.

Hope, Valerie and Bakogianni, Anastasia eds. (2015). War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict. London: Bloomsbury.

Hope, Valerie M. and Huskinson, Janet eds. (2011). Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Horstmansoff, Manfred; King, Helen and Zittel, Claus eds. (2012). Blood, Sweat and Tears – The Changing Concepts of Physiology from Antiquity into Early Modern Europe. Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture, 25. Leiden: Brill.

Hughes, Jessica and Buongiovanni, Claudio eds. (2015). Remembering Parthenope: The Reception of Classical Naples from Antiquity to the Present. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Masterson, Mark; Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin and Robson, James eds. (2015). Sex in Antiquity: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World. Rewriting Antiquity. Abingdon, New York: Routledge.

Rebay-Salisbury, Katharina; Sorensen, Marie Louise Stig and Hughes, Jessica eds. (2010). Body Parts and Bodies Whole. Changing Relations and Meanings. Oxford: Oxbow.

Sandwell, Isabella and Huskinson, Janet eds. (2003). Culture and Society in late Roman Antioch. Oxford, UK: Oxbow.

Swaddling, Judith and Perkins, Philip eds. (2009). Etruscan by Definition: The Cultural, Regional and Personal Identity of the Etruscans. The British Museum Research Publications (173). London: The British Museum Press.

Swift, Laura and Carey, Chris eds. (2016). Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

King, Helen ed. (2005). Health in Antiquity. Abingdon: Routledge.

Book Section

Archibald, Zosia and Haywood, Jan (2019). Preface. In: Archibald, Zosia and Haywood, Jan eds. The Power of Individual and Community in Ancient Athens and Beyond. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, ix-xxvii.

Baker, Patty; King, Helen and Totelin, Laurence (2014). Teaching ancient medicine: the issues of abortion. In: Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin and McHardy, Fiona eds. From Abortion to Pederasty: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics Classroom. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, pp. 71–91. file

Barker, Elton (2011). ‘Possessing an unbridled tongue’: frank speech and speaking back in Euripides’ Orestes. In: Carter, David ed. Why Athens? A Reappraisal of Tragic Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 145–162.

Barker, Elton (2013). All mod cons: power, openness and text in a digital turn. In: Hardwick, Lorna and Harrison, Stephen eds. Classics in the Modern World: A ‘Democratic Turn’? Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 411–426.

Barker, Elton (2016). Orestes. In: McClure, Laura K. ed. A Companion to Euripides. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 270–283.

Barker, Elton and Bouzarovski, Stefan (2016). Between east and west: movements and transformations in Herodotean topology. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds from Old Texts: Revisiting Ancient Space and Place. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 155–180.

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan and Isaksen, Leif (2016). Introduction: Creating new worlds out of old texts. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds from Old Texts: Revisiting Ancient Space and Place. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1–21. file

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris (2013). Writing space, living space: time, agency and place relations in Herodotus’s Histories. In: Heirman, Jo and Klooster, Jacqueline eds. The Ideologies of Lived Space in Literary Texts, Ancient and Modern. Ghent: Academia Press, pp. 229–247. file

Barker, Elton; Isaksen, Leif and Ogden, Jessica (2016). Telling stories with maps: digital experiments with Herodotean geography. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds from Old Texts: Revisiting Ancient Space and Place. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 181–224.

Barker, Elton; Isaksen, Leif; Rabinowitz, Nick; Bouzarovski, Stefan and Pelling, Chris (2013). On using a digital resources for the study of an ancient text: the case of Herodotus’ Histories. In: Dunn, Stuart and Mahony, Simon eds. The Digital Classicist. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement (122). Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, pp. 45–62. file

Barker, Elton and Pelling, Chris (2016). Space-Travelling in Herodotus 5. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds from Old Texts: Revisiting Ancient Space and Place. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 225–251.

Barker, Elton; Simon, Rainer; Isaksen, Leif and de Soto Cañamares, Pau (2016). The Pleiades Gazetteer and the Pelagios Project. In: Berman, Merrick Lex; Mostern, Ruth and Southall, Humphrey eds. Placing Names: Enriching and Integrating Gazetteers. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 97–109. file

Barker, Elton T. E. (2008). Momos advises Zeus: changing representations of ‘Cypria’ fragment 1. In: Cingano, Ettore and Milano, Lucio eds. Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East: Proceedings of the “Advanced Seminar in the Humanities”, Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: S.A.R.G.O.N. Editrice e Libreria, pp. 33–73. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Betts, Eleanor (2017). Introduction: Senses of empire. In: Betts, Eleanor ed. Senses of the Empire: Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture. London: Routledge, pp. 1–12.

Betts, Eleanor (2017). The multivalency of sensory artefacts in the city of Rome. In: Betts, Eleanor ed. Senses of the Empire: Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 23–38.

Betts, Eleanor (2017). Afterword: Towards a methodology for Roman sensory studies. In: Betts, Eleanor ed. Senses of the Empire: Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 193–199.

Betts, Eleanor (2011). Towards a multisensory experience of movement in the City of Rome. In: Laurence, Ray and Newsome, David J. eds. Rome, Ostia and Pompeii: Movement and Space. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 118–132. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Betts, Eleanor (2003). The sacred landscape of Picenum (900-100 BC): towards a phenomenology of cult places. In: Wilkins, John B. and Herring, Edward eds. Inhabiting Symbols: symbol and image in the ancient Mediterranean. Accordia Specialist Studies on the Mediterranean (5). London: Accordia Research Institute, University of London, pp. 101–120.

Buongiovanni, Claudio and Hughes, Jessica (2015). Introduction: Entering the siren's city. In: Hughes, Jessica and Buongiovanni, Claudio eds. Remembering Parthenope: The Reception of Classical Naples from Antiquity to the Present. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1–18.

Emlyn-Jones, Chris (2007). Poets on Socrates' stage: Plato's reception of dramatic art. In: Hardwick, Lorna and Stray, Christopher eds. Companion to Classical Receptions. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing, pp. 38–49.

Fear, Trevor (2005). Propertian closure: the elegiac inscription of the liminal male and ideological contestation in Augustan Rome. In: Ancona, Ronnie and Greene, Ellen eds. Gendered Dynamics in Latin Love Poetry. Arethusa Books. Baltimore, US: The John Hopkins University Press, pp. 13–40.

Fentress, Elizabeth; Fontana, Sergio; Hitchner, R. Bruce and Perkins, Philip (2004). Accounting for ARS: fineware and sites in Sicily and Africa. In: Alcock, Susan E. and Cherry, John F. eds. Side-by-side survey: comparative regional studies in the Mediterranean world. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, pp. 147–162.

Fentress, Elizabeth and Perkins, Phil (2016). Cosa and the Ager Cosanus. In: Cooley, Alison E. ed. A Companion to Roman Italy. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 378–400.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2017). Babes in arms? Sensory dissonance and the ambiguities of votive objects. In: Betts, Eleanor ed. Senses of the Empire: Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 120–136.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2005). The quick and the dead in the extra-urban landscape: the Roman cemetery at Ostia/Portus as a lived environment. In: Bruhn, James; Croxford, Ben and Grigoropoulos, Dimitris eds. TRAC 2004: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Durham 2004. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 133–143.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2014). Infant votives and swaddling in Hellenistic Italy. In: Carroll, Maureen and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. Infant Health and Death in Roman Italy and Beyond. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series (96). Ann Arbor: Journal of Roman Archaeology, pp. 23–46.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2005). Dining al fresco with the living and the dead in Roman Italy. In: Carroll, Maureen; Hadley, D. M. and Willmott, Hugh eds. Consuming Passions: Dining from Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century. Revealing history. Stroud: Tempus, pp. 49–65.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2011). From fragments to ancestors: re-defining the role of os resectum in rituals of purification and commemoration in Republican Rome. In: Carroll, Maureen and Rempel, Jane eds. Living through the Dead: Burial and Commemoration in the Classical World. Studies in Funerary Archaeology (5). Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 91–109. file

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2006). Discarding the destitute: ancient and modern attitudes towards burial practice and memory preservation amongst the lower classes of Rome. In: Croxford, Ben; Goodchild, Helen; Lucas, Jason and Nick, Ray eds. TRAC 2005: Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference. Birmingham 2005. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 57–71.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2015). Embodying death in archaeology. In: Devlin, Zoe and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. Death Embodied: Archaeological Approaches to the Treatment of the Corpse. Studies in Funerary Archaeology 9. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 1–17. file

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2015). Corporeal concerns: the role of the body in the transformation of Roman mortuary practices. In: Devlin, Zoë L. and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. Death Embodied: Archaeological Approaches to the Treatment of the Corpse. Studies in Funerary Archaeology (9). Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 41–62. file

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2017). Partible humans and permeable gods: enacting human-divine personhood in the sanctuaries of Hellenistic Italy. In: Draycott, Jane and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. Bodies of Evidence: Ancient Anatomical Votives Past, Present and Future. Medicine and the Body in Antiquity. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 45–62.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2011). Memory and materiality: re-embodying the Roman funeral. In: Hope, Valerie and Huskinson, Janet eds. Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 21–39. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2019). Pilgrimage, mobile behaviours and the creation of religious place in early Roman Latium. In: Kuuliala, Jenni and Rantala, Jussi eds. Travel, Pilgrimage and Social Interaction from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Routledge, (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2016). Mobility impairment in the sanctuaries of early Roman Italy. In: Laes, Christian ed. Disability in Antiquity. Rewriting Antiquity. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 248–266.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2013). Disparate lives or disparate deaths? Post-mortem treatment of the body and the articulation of difference. In: Laes, Christian; Goodey, Chris and Rose, M. Lynn eds. Disabilities in Roman Antiquity: Disparate Bodies ‘A Capite ad Calcem’. Leiden: Brill, pp. 249–274.

Graham, Emma-Jayne and Carroll, Maureen (2014). Introduction: Infant health and death in Roman Italy and beyond. In: Carroll, Maureen and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. Infant health and death in Roman Italy and beyond. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series (96). Portsmouth, Rhode Island: Journal of Roman Archaeology, pp. 9–22.

Graham, Emma-Jayne and Draycott, Jane (2017). Introduction: Debating the anatomical votive. In: Draycott, Jane and Graham, Emma-Jayne eds. Bodies of Evidence: Ancient Anatomical Votives Past, Present and Future. Medicine and the Body in Antiquity. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1–19.

Graham, Emma-Jayne and Hope, Valerie M. (2016). Funerary practices. In: Cooley, Alison E. ed. A Companion to Roman Italy. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 159–180.

Green, Monica and King, Helen (2007). Structures and subjectivities in 16th-century gynaecology, or how the father of medicine reclaimed his paternity. In: Hartman, Joan E. and Seeff, Adele eds. Structures and subjectivities: Attending to early modern women. Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, pp. 100–101.

Hardwick, Lorna (2004). Shards and suckers: modern receptions of homer. In: Fowler, Robert ed. The Cambridge companion to homer. The Cambridge Companion. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 344–362.

Hardwick, Lorna (2005). Refiguring Classical Texts: Aspects of the Postcolonial Condition. In: Goff, Barbara ed. Classics and Colonialism. London, UK: Duckworth, pp. 107–117.

Hardwick, Lorna (2007). Singing across the faultlines: cultural shifts in twentieth century receptions of Homer. In: Graziosi, Barbara and Greenwood, Emily eds. Homer in the 20th Century: Between World Literature and the Western Canon. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 47–71.

Hardwick, Lorna (2004). Greek drama and anti-colonialism: de-colonising classics. In: Hall, E.; Macintosh, F. and Wrigley, A. eds. Dionysus since 69: Greek tragedy at the dawn of the third millennium. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 219–242.

Hardwick, Lorna (2010). Negotiating Translation for the Stage. In: Hall, Edith and Harrop, Stephe eds. Theorising Performance: Greek drama, cultural history and critical practice. London: Duckworth, pp. 192–207.

Hardwick, Lorna (1999). Placing Prometheus. In: Hardwick, Lorna ed. Tony Harrison's Poetry, Drama and Film: The Classical Dimension. Milton Keynes, U.K.: Dept of Classical Studies, the Open University, pp. 1–15.

Hardwick, Lorna (2000). Theatres of the mind: Greek tragedy in women's writings in English in the nineteenth century. In: Hardwick, Lorna; Easterling, P.E.; Ireland, S.; Lowe, N. and Macintosh, F. eds. Theatre Ancient and Modern. Milton Keynes, U.K.: Dept of Classical Studies, The Open University, pp. 68–81.

Hardwick, Lorna (2007). Shades of multi-lingualism and multi-vocalism in modern performances of Greek tragedy in post-colonial contexts. In: Hardwick, Lorna and Gillespie, Carol eds. Classics in Post-Colonial Worlds. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 305–338.

Hardwick, Lorna (2009). Is 'the Frail Silken Line' worth more than 'a Fart in a Bearskin'? or, how translation practice matters in poetry and drama. In: Harrison, S. J. ed. Living Classics: Greece and Rome in Contemporary Poetry in English. Classical presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 172–193.

Hardwick, Lorna (2007). Contests and Continuities in Classical Traditions: African Migrations in Greek Drama. In: Hilton, John and Gosling, Anne eds. Alma Parens Originalis? The Receptions of Classical Literature and Thought in Africa, Europe, the United States, and Cuba. Oxford, UK: Peter Lang, pp. 43–72.

Hardwick, Lorna (2006). Post-colonial studies. In: Kallendorf, Craig ed. A Companion to the Classical Tradition. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 312–327.

Hardwick, Lorna (2008). Translated Classics: Vibrant Hybrids or Shattered Icons? In: lianeri, Alexandra and Zajko, Vanda eds. Translation and the Classics: Identity as Change in the History of Culture. Classical Presences. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 341–366.

Hardwick, Lorna (2005). Staging Agamemnon: the languages of translation. In: Macintosh, F.; Michelakis, P.; Hall, E. and Taplin, O. eds. Agamemnon in Performance 458 BC to AD 2004. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 207–222.

Hardwick, Lorna (2006). Remodelling receptions: Greek drama as diaspora in performance. In: Martindale, C. and Thomas, R. eds. Classics and the uses of reception. Classical Receptions. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 204–215.

Hardwick, Lorna (2011). Antigone's journey: from Athens to Edinburgh via Athens and Tbilisi. In: Mee, Erin B. and Foley, Helene P. eds. Antigone on the Contemporary World Stage. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 392–406.

Hardwick, Lorna (2011). Fuzzy connections: classical texts and modern poetry in English. In: Parker, Jan and Mathews, Timothy eds. Tradition,Translation,Trauma: The Classic and the Modern. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 39–60.

Hardwick, Lorna (2009). Can (modern) poets do classical drama? The case of Ted Hughes. In: Rees, Roger ed. Ted Hughes and the Classics. Classical Presences. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 39–61.

Hardwick, Lorna (2006). Staging Sophocles in post-colonial contexts. In: Shiafkalis, Nicos ed. The Influence of Sophocles on Contemporary Theatre. Nicosia: International Theatre Institute, pp. 258–276.

Hardwick, Lorna (2007). Decolonising the mind?: Controversial productions of Greek Drama in late Twentieth-Century Britain and Ireland. In: Stray, Christopher ed. Remaking the Classics: literature, genre and media in Britain 1800-2000. London, UK: Duckworth, pp. 89–105.

Hardwick, Lorna (2010). Lysistratas on the modern stage. In: Stuttard, David ed. Looking at Lysistrata. London: Duckworth, pp. 80–89.

Hardwick, Lorna (2007). Text and Performance in Ancient Greek Plays on the Modern Stage: The Case of Aristophanes 'Ecclesiazusai'. In: Vivilakis, I. ed. Stephanos: Tribute to Walter Puchner. Athens: Ergo Editions, pp. 493–500.

Haywood, Jan (2018). From Croesus to Pausanias: Tragic Individuals in Early Greek Historiography. In: Archibald, Z. and Haywood, J. eds. The Power of the Individual in Ancient Athens: Essays in Honour of John K. Davies. Swansea: Classical Press of Wales.

Haywood, Jan (2020). Lade. In: Baron, Christopher ed. The Herodotus Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell (In Press).

Hope, Valerie (2018). Vocal expression in Roman mourning. In: Butler, Shane and Nooter, Sarah eds. Sound and the Ancient Senses. The Senses in Antiquity. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 61–76.

Hope, Valerie (2010). The end is to the beginning as the beginning is to the end. Birth, death and the classical body. In: Garrison, Daniel H. ed. A Cultural History of the Human Body in Antiquity. A Cultural History of the Human Body, 1. Oxford and New York: Berg Publishers, pp. 25–44.

Hope, Valerie (2018). Funerary practice in the city of Rome. In: Holleran, Claire and Claridge, Amanda eds. A Companion to the City of Rome. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Wiley Blackwell, pp. 383–401.

Hope, Valerie (2015). Bodies on the Battlefield: the spectacle of Rome's fallen soldiers. In: Hope, Valerie and Bakogiannia, Anastasia eds. War as Spectacle. Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 157–178.

Hope, Valerie (2011). Remembering to mourn: personal mementos of the dead in ancient Rome. In: Hope, Valerie and Huskinson, Janet eds. Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 176–195.

Hope, Valerie (2014). Inscriptions and Identity. In: Millet, Martin; Revell, Louise and Moore, Alison eds. The Oxford Handbook of Roman Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hope, Valerie (2018). Dead people's clothes: Materialising mourning and memory in ancient Rome. In: Newby, Zahra and Toulson, Ruth eds. The Materiality of Mourning: Cross-disciplinary Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 23–39.

Hope, Valerie (2009). At home with the dead: Roman funeral traditions and Trimalchio's tomb. In: Prag, Jonathan R. W. and Repath, Ian D. eds. Petronius: a Handbook. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, pp. 140–160.

Hope, Valerie (2017). Living without the dead: finding solace in ancient Rome. In: Tappenden, Frederick S. and Daniel-Hughes, Carly eds. Coming Back to Life: The Permeability of Past and Present, Mortality and Immortality, Death and Life in the Ancient Mediterranean. Montreal, Quebec: McGill Scholarly Publishing, pp. 39–70. file

Hope, Valerie (2011). Livia's tears: the presentation of Roman mourning. In: Whittaker, Helène ed. In Memoriam: Commemoration, Communal Memory and Gender Values in the Ancient Graeco-Roman World. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 91–125.

Hope, Valerie M. (2017). A sense of grief: the role of the senses in the performance of Roman mourning. In: Betts, Eleanor ed. Senses of the Empire. Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 86–103.

Hope, Valerie M. (2007). Age and the Roman soldier: the evidence of tombstones. In: Harlow, Mary and Laurence, Ray eds. Age and Ageing in the Roman Empire. Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supplementary Series (65). Portsmouth, RI, USA: Journal of Roman Archaeology, pp. 111–129.

Hope, Valerie M. (2011). Introduction. In: Hope, Valerie M. and Huskinson, Janet eds. Memory and Mourning: Studies on Roman Death. Oxford: Oxbow Books, xi-xxiv.

Hope, Valerie M. (2003). Remembering Rome: memory, funerary monuments and the Roman soldier. In: Williams, Howard ed. Archaeologies of remembrance: death and memory in past societies. New York, USA: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, pp. 113–140.

Hope, Valerie M. and Graham, Emma-Jayne (2016). Funerary Practices. In: Cooley, Alison E. ed. A Companion to Roman Italy. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 159–180.

Hughes, Jessica (2014). Memory and the Roman viewer: looking at the Arch of Constantine. In: Galinsky, Karl ed. Memoria Romana: Memory in Rome and Rome in Memory. Supplements to the Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome (10). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, pp. 103–116.

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Rothe, Ursula (2013). Whose fashion? Men, women and Roman culture as reflected in dress in the cities of the Roman north-west. In: Hemelrijk, Emily and Woolf, Greg eds. Women and the Roman City in the Latin West. Mnemosyne Supplements, History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity (360). Leiden: Brill, pp. 243–268.

Rothe, Ursula (2013). Whose fashion? Men, women and Roman culture as reflected in dress in the cities of the Roman north-west. In: Hemelrijk, Emily and Woolf, Greg eds. Women and the Roman City in the Latin West. Mnemosyne Supplements, History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity., 360. Brill, pp. 243–268.

Rothe, Ursula (2018). Veiling in Pannonia. In: Ivleva, Tatiana; De Bruin, Jasper and Driessen, Mark eds. Embracing the Provinces: Society and Material Culture of the Roman Frontier Regions. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 93–100.

Rothe, Ursula (2018). The Roman Villa: Definitions And Variations. In: Marzano, Annalisa and Métraux, Guy P. R. eds. The Roman Villa in the Mediterranean Basin: Late Republic to Late Antiquity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 42–58.

Rothe, Ursula (2014). Ethnicity in the Roman north-west. In: McInerney, Jeremy ed. A Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 497–513.

Rothe, Ursula (2005). Die Anfänge der Romanisierungsforschung. In: Schoerner, Günther ed. Romanisierung - Romanisation. Theoretische Modelle und praktische Fallbeispiele. British Archaeological Reports (BAR) (S1427). Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 1–13.

Rothe, Ursula (2005). Kleidung und Romanisierung: der Raum Rhein-Mosel. In: Schörner, Günther ed. Romanisierung - Romanisation. Theoretische Modelle und praktische Fallbeispiele. British Archaeological Reports (B.A.R.) (S1427). Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 169–178.

Rothe, Ursula (2007). The comparative and interdisciplinary approach and Romanisation studies. In: Schroeder, H.; Bray, P.; Gardner, P.; Jefferson, V. and Macaulay-Lewis, E. eds. Crossing Frontiers: The Opportunities and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Archaeology. Proceedings of a Conference held at the University of Oxford, 25-26 June 2005. Oxford University School of Archaeology monograph (66). Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology, pp. 99–110.

Rothe, Ursula (2013). Das norische Frauengewand. In: Tellenbach, Michael; Schulz, Regine and Wieczorek, Alfried eds. Die Macht der Toga: Dresscode im römischen Weltreich. Mannheim: Schnell und Steiner, pp. 189–193.

Swift, Laura (2018). Competing generic narratives in Aeschylus' Oresteia. In: Andujar, Rosa; Hadjimichael, Theodora and Coward, Thomas eds. Paths of Song: The Lyric Dimension of Greek Tragedy. De Gruyter, pp. 119–136. file

Swift, Laura (2017). Narratorial Authority and its Subversion in Archilochus. In: Bakker, Egbert ed. Authorship and Greek Song: Authority, Authenticity, and Performance. Brill, pp. 161–177.

Swift, Laura (2015). Lyric visions of epic combat: the spectacle of war in archaic personal song. In: Bakogianni, Anastasia and Hope, Valerie eds. War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 93–109.

Swift, Laura (2016). Visual Imagery in Parthenaic Song. In: Cazzato, Vanessa and Lardinois, André eds. The Look of Lyric: Greek Song and the Visual. Studies in Archaic and Classical Greek Song (1). Leiden: Brill, pp. 255–287. file

Swift, Laura (2015). Stesichorus on Stage. In: Finglass, P. J. and Kelly, A. eds. Stesichorus in Context. Cambridge University Press, pp. 125–144. file

Swift, Laura (2013). Conflicting identities in the Euripidean chorus. In: Gagné, Renaud and Hopman, Marianne eds. Choral mediations in Greek tragedy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 130–154.

Swift, Laura (2016). Medea. In: McClure, Laura ed. A Companion to Euripides. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 80–91.

Swift, Laura (2012). Paeanic and Epinician healing in Euripides' Alcestis. In: Rosenbloom, David and Davidson, John eds. Greek Drama IV: Texts, Contexts, Performance. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 149–168.

Swift, Laura (2019). Ajax the Hero. In: Stuttard, David ed. Looking at Ajax. Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 29–41. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Swift, Laura (2016). Poetics and precedents in Archilochus’ erotic imagery. In: Swift, Laura and Carey, Chris eds. Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 253–270. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Swift, Laura (2014). The animal fable and Greek iambus: ainoi and half-ainoi in Archilochus. In: Werner, C. and Sebastini, B. eds. Gêneros poéticos na Grécia antiga: Confluências e fronteiras. São Paulo: Humanitas, pp. 49–77. file

Swift, Laura A. (2011). Epinician and tragic worlds: the case of Sophocles' Trachiniae. In: Athanassaki, Lucia and Bowie, Ewen eds. Archaic and Classical Choral Song: Performance, Politics and Dissemination. Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes (10). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 391–413. file

Yamagata, Naoko (2015). 'From Our Own Correspondent: Authorial Commentary on the "Spectacles of War" in Homer and in the Tale of the Heike'. In: Bakogianni, Anastasia and Hope, Valerie M. eds. War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 43–55.

Yamagata, Naoko (2010). Hesiod in Plato - Second fiddle to Homer? In: Boys-Stones, G. and Haubold, J. eds. Plato and Hesiod. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 68–88.

Yamagata, Naoko (2019). Thetis: the goddess between four worlds. In: Christopoulos, M. and Paiz, M. eds. The Upper and the Under World in Homeric and Archaic Epic: Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on the Odyssey, Ithaca. Ithaca, Greece: Centre for Odyssean Studies (In Press).

Yamagata, Naoko (2014). The Justice of Zeus revisited. In: Christopoulos, Menelaos and Paizi-Apostolopoulou, Machi eds. Crime and Punishment in Homeric and Archaic Epic: Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on the Odyssey, Ithaca, September 3-7, 2013. Ithaca, Greece: Centre for Odyssean Studies, pp. 47–56.

Yamagata, Naoko (2003). Hesiod: the cosmology of a farmer-poet. In: Kawashima, S and Takada, Y eds. Ennepe Mousa: an invitation to the Ancient Greek Literature. Tokyo: Sanriku Publishing, pp. 63–78.

Yamagata, Naoko (2019). 第六章 ホメロスの英雄像—アキレウスとヘクトル、サルぺドン、パトロクロス— [Chapter 6 Images of Homeric heroes – Achilles, Hector, Sarpedon and Patroclus]. In: 川島重成、古澤ゆう子、小林薫編 [Kawashima, S.; Furusawa, Y. and Kobayashi, K. eds.] 『ホメロス『イリアス』への招待』 [An Invitation to Homer’s Iliad]. Tokyo: Pinakes, pp. 163–189.

Yamagata, Naoko (2012). Epithets with echoes: A study on formula-narrative interaction. In: Montanari, Franco; Rengakos, Antonios and Tsagalis, Christos C. eds. Homeric Contexts: Neoanalysis and the Interpretation of Oral Poetry. Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes (12). Berlin, Germany & New York, USA: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 445–468.

Yamagata, Naoko (2000). Linear B. In: Speake, G ed. Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 950–952.

Yamagata, Naoko (2005). Disaster revisited - Ate and the Litai in Homer's Iliad. In: Stafford, Emma and Herrin, Judith eds. Personification in the Greek world: from Antiquity to Byzantium. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 21–28.

Journal Item

Bakogianni, Anastasia and James, Paula (2018). Classical Drama at a Distance: Teaching Performance Reception in an Online Environment. Classical World, 112(1) pp. 707–725.

Barker, Elton (2004). Achilles' last stand: Institutionalising dissent in Homer's Iliad. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society pp. 92–120. file

Barker, Elton (2011). The Iliad’s big swoon: a case of innovation within the epic tradition. Trends in Classics, 3(1) pp. 1–17. file

Barker, Elton (2004). The fall-out from dissent: hero and audience in Sophocles' Ajax. Greece & Rome, 51(1) pp. 1–20.

Barker, Elton (2006). Paging the oracle: interpretation, identity and performance in Herodotus’ History. Greece & Rome, 53(1) pp. 1–28. file

Barker, Elton; Bissell, Christopher; Hardwick, Lorna; Jones, Allan; Ridge, Mia and Wolffe, John (2012). Digital technologies: help or hindrance for the humanities? Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 11(1-2) pp. 185–200.

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Pelling, Chris and Isaksen, Leif (2010). Mapping an ancient historian in a digital age: the Herodotus Encoded Space-Text-Image Archive (HESTIA). Leeds International Classical Studies, 9(2010) article no. 1. file

Barker, Elton and Christensen, Joel (2006). Flight club: the new Archilochus and its resonance with Homeric epic. Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici, 57(2) pp. 9–41. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Barker, Elton and Christensen, Joel (2011). On not remembering Tydeus: Diomedes and the contest for Thebes. Materiali e discussioni per l’analisi dei testi classici, 66(1) pp. 9–44.

Barker, Elton and Christensen, Joel (2014). Even Herakles had to die: Homeric ‘heroism’, mortality and the epic tradition. Trends in Classics, 6(2) pp. 249–277.

Barker, Elton; Simon, Rainer; Isaksen, Leif and de Soto Cañamares, Pau (2016). Peripleo: a Tool for Exploring Heterogenous Data through the Dimensions of Space and Time. Code4Lib, 31

Barker, Elton T. E. and Christensen, Joel P. (2008). Oedipus of many pains: Strategies of contest in Homeric poetry. Leeds International Classical Studies, 7/2008(2) article no. 7.2. file

Barker, Elton T. E. and Christensen, Joel P. (2016). Odysseus’s nostos and the Odyssey’s nostoi: rivalry within the epic cycle. Philologia Antiqua, 7 pp. 85–110. file

Betts, Eleanor (2013). Cubrar matrer: goddess of the Picenes? Accordia Research Papers, 12 pp. 119–147. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Betts, Eleanor (2016). Places of transition and deposition: phenomena of water in the sacred landscape of Iron Age Central Adriatic Italy. Accordia Research Papers, 14 pp. 63–83.

Dobinson, Colin; Ferraby, Rose; Lucas, Jason; Millett, Martin and Wallace, Lacey (2018). Archaeological Field Survey in the Environs of Aldborough (Isurium Brigantum). Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 90(1) pp. 29–58.

Emlyn-Jones, Chris (2004). The dramatic poet and his audience: Agathon and Socrates in Plato's "Symposium". Hermes: Zeitschrift für klassische philologie, 132(4) pp. 389–405.

Fear, Trevor (2012). Ah pereant, si quos ianua clausa iuvat: Propertius 2.23 and the revision of the elegiac code. Classica et Mediaevalia, 63 restricted access item, not available for direct download

Fear, Trevor (2007). Of Aristocrats and Courtesans: Seneca, De Beneficiis 1.14. Hermes: Zeitschrift für klassische philologie, 135(4) pp. 460–468. file

Fear, Trevor (2010). Interdictiones domo et ingenio: Timagenes and Propertius: a reading in the dynamics of Augustan exclusion. Arethusa, 43(3) pp. 429–438. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Feldherr, Andrew and James, Paula (2004). Making the most of Marsyas. Arethusa, 37(1) pp. 75–104.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2009). Becoming persons, becoming ancestors: personhood, memory and the corpse in Roman rituals of social remembrance. Archaeological Dialogues, 16(1) pp. 51–74.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2013). The making of infants in Hellenistic and early Roman Italy: a votive perspective. World Archaeology, 45(2) pp. 215–231.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2017). [Book Review] Reviving Roman Religion: Sacred Trees in the Roman World. Material Religion, 13(4) pp. 532–534.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2016). Wombs and Tombs in the Roman World. Material Religion, 12(1) pp. 251–254. file

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2018). ‘There Buds the Laurel’: Nature, Temporality and the Making of Place in the Cemeteries of Roman Italy. Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ), 1(1), article no. 3. file

Graham, Emma-Jayne; Sulosky Weaver, Carrie L. and Chamberlain, Andrew T. (2018). "Pars Pro Toto" and Personhood in Roman Cremation Ritual: New Bioarchaeological Evidence for the Rite of "Os Resectum". Bioarchaeology International, 2(4) pp. 240–254. file

Hardwick, Lorna (2001). Who owns the plays?: Issues in the translation and performance of Greek drama on the modern stage. Eirene (Studia Graeca et Latina, Theatralia)(XXXVll, Th) pp. 23–29.

Hardwick, Lorna (2002). Electra and the Theatre of Affliction: towards a textual turn? Didaskalia, 5(3)

Hardwick, Lorna (2002). Classical texts in post-colonial literatures: consolation, redress and new beginnings in the work of Derek Walcott and Seamus Heaney. International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 9(2) pp. 236–256.

Hardwick, Lorna (2006). Murmurs in the Cathedral: the impact of translations from Greek poetry and drama on modern work in English by Michael Longley and Seamus Heaney. Yearbook of English Studies, 36(1) pp. 204–215.

Hardwick, Lorna (2007). Translating greek tragedy to the modern stage. Theatre Journal, 59(3) pp. 358–361.

Hardwick, Lorna (2009). Book Review: Heretical Hellenism: Women Writers, Ancient Greece and the Victorian Popular Imagination (Shanyn Fiske). Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, 55,

Hardwick, Lorna (2005). The comic in the tragic: parody and critique in modern productions of Euripides’ Hecuba. Documenta (Special issue: The Performance of the Comic - eds Kolk, M. and Decreus, F.)), 23(3) pp. 306–315.

Hardwick, Lorna (2004). Sophocles’ Oedipus and conflicts of identity in post-colonial contexts. Documenta, 22(4) pp. 376–386.

Hardwick, Lorna (2018). The poetics of cultural memory: WWI refractions of ancient peace. Classical Receptions Journal, 10(4) pp. 393–414.

Haywood, Jan (2016). Character and Motivation in Aeschylus' Persae. Syllecta Classica, 27 pp. 29–63.

Haywood, Jan (2016). Divine Narratives in Xenophon's Anabasis. Histos, 10 pp. 85–110. file

Hope, Valerie M. (2003). Trophies and tombstones: commemorating the Roman soldier. World Archaeology, 35(1) pp. 79–97.

Hope, Valerie M. An Emperor's Tears: the significance of the public mourning of the Julio-Claudian emperors. Thersites: Journal for Transcultural Presences and Diachronic identities from antiquity to date, 9 (In press).

Hope, Valerie Margaret (2018). 'Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori': the practical and symbolic treatment of the Roman war dead. Mortality: Promoting the interdisciplinary study of death and dying, 23(1) pp. 35–49. file

Hughes, Jessica (2009). Personifications and the Ancient Viewer: The Case of the Hadrianeum 'Nations'. Art History, 32(1) pp. 1–20.

Hughes, Jessica (2008). Fragmentation as metaphor in the Classical healing sanctuary. Social History of Medicine, 21(2) pp. 217–236.

Hughes, Jessica (2011). The myth of return: restoration as reception in eighteenth-century Rome. Classical Receptions Journal, 3(1) pp. 1–28.

Hughes, Jessica (2017). 'Souvenirs of the Self': Personal Belongings as Votive Offerings in Ancient Religion. Religion in the Roman Empire, 3(2) pp. 181–201.

Hughes, Jessica (2017). Studying Votives Across Cultures. Material Religion, 13(1) pp. 104–106.

Hughes, Jessica (2018). The texture of the gift: religious touching in the Greco-Roman world. Body and Religion, 2(1) pp. 88–112.

Hughes, Jessica and Graham, Emma-Jayne (2015). The votives project. Material Religion, 11(1) pp. 129–131.

Huskinson, Janet (2003). Theatre, performance and theatricality in some mosaic pavements from Antioch. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 46 pp. 131–165.

Isaksen, Leif; Barker, Elton; Kansa, Eric C. and Byrne, Kate (2012). GAP: a neogeo approach to classical resources. Leonardo, 45(1) pp. 82–83. file

James, P. (2010). How classical is Ariadne's parrot? Southall's painting and its literary registers. Ramus, 39(1) pp. 53–72.

James, Paula (2001). Kicking the Habit:the Significance of Consuetudo in interpreting the Fable of Cupid and Psyche. Ramus, 30(2) pp. 152–168.

James, Paula (2003). She's All That: Ovid's ivory statue and the legacy of Pygmalion on film. Classical Bulletin, 79(1) pp. 63–91.

James, Paula (2007). R.May. Apuleius and drama: The Ass on stage. Ancient Narrative, 6

James, Paula (2009). Paideia at Play: Learning and Wit in Apuleius - Reviewed by Paula James. Ancient Narrative, 8, pp. 167–179.

James, Paula (2014). Book Review: Literature and Identity in The Golden Ass of Apuleius. Ancient Narrative, 11 pp. 229–236. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Kenkel, Frauke and Rothe, Ursula (2015). Tall Zar‘ā, Jordanien: Landwirtschaftlicher Komplex, ländliche Villa im orientalischen Stil oder Klosteranlage? Die Ausgrabungen im Areal III: Die Arbeiten des Jahres 2014. e-Forschungsberichte des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, 2 pp. 23–27.

King, Helen (2012). History without historians? Medical history and the internet. Social History of Medicine, 25(1) pp. 212–221.

King, Helen (2012). Response to Shelton. Social History of Medicine, 25(1) pp. 232–238.

King, Helen (2002). Creating the world: the origins of all things in ancient Greek myth and medicine. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 27(4) pp. 271–277.

King, Helen (2002). De dokter aan het sterfbed. Raster, 99 pp. 90–106.

King, Helen (2013). Commentary: Fighting through fiction. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 37(4) pp. 668–693.

King, Helen (2013). Motherhood and health in the Hippocratic corpus: does maternity protect against disease? Mètis. Anthropologie des mondes grecs anciens, 11 pp. 51–70. file

King, Helen (2013). Sex and gender: the Hippocratic case of Phaethousa and her beard. EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, 3 pp. 124–142.

King, Helen (2011). Galen and the widow: towards a history of therapeutic masturbation in ancient gynaecology. EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, 1 pp. 205–235. file

King, Helen and Green, Monica H (2018). On the misuses of medical history. Lancet, 391(10128) pp. 1354–1355. file

Lloyd, Mair E. and Robson, James (2018). A Survey of Beginner's Language Teaching in UK Classics Departments: Latin. Council of University Classical Departments Bulletin, 47 file

Mays, S.; Robson-Brown, K.; Vincent, S.; Eyers, J.; King, H. and Roberts, A. (2014). An infant femur bearing cut marks from Roman Hambleden, England. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 24(1) pp. 111–115.

Paul, Joanna (2010). Cinematic receptions of antiquity: the current state of play. Classical Receptions Journal, 2(1) pp. 136–155. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Paul, Joanna (2019). Drones Over Pompeii: Cinematic Perspectives on Antiquity in the Digital Era. Classical Receptions Journal, 11(3) pp. 274–295. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Perkins, Phil (2012). The bucchero childbirth stamp on a late Orientalizing period shard from Poggio Colla. Etruscan Studies, 15(2) pp. 146–201. file

Perkins, Phil and Schafer, Sally (2009). The Villa Pigneto Sacchetti excavation: a new interpretation. Papers of the British School at Rome, 77(2009) pp. 273–290.

Plastow, Christine (2018). Conversations with Iphigenia: two roundtable discussions with the playwrights of 'The Iphigenia Quartet'. Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies, 9

Robson, James (2007). Catullus 22: Suffenus iste – A Catullan Riddle? Classica et Mediaevalia, 58 pp. 209–214.

Robson, James (2013). Beauty and sex appeal in Aristophanes. EuGeStA: Journal on Gender Studies in Antiquity, 3 pp. 43–66. file

Robson, James (2018). Whoring, Gaping and Hiding Meat: The Humour of Male-on-Male Sexual Insults in Aristophanes' Knights. Archimède: Archéologie et Histoire Ancienne, 5 pp. 24–34. file

Robson, James (2012). Transposing Aristophanes: the theory and practice of translating Aristophanic lyric. Greece & Rome, 59(2) pp. 214–244. file

Robson, James and Lloyd, Mair E. (2018). A Survey of Beginner's Language Teaching in UK Classics Departments: Ancient Greek. Council of University Classical Departments Bulletin, 47 file

Rothe, Ursula (2010). Gallische Frauenkleidung in römischer Zeit. Mannheimer Geschichtsblätter, 19 pp. 65–80.

Rothe, Ursula (2012). The “Third Way”: Treveran women’s dress and the “Gallic Ensemble”. American Journal of Archaeology, 116(2) pp. 235–252.

Rothe, Ursula (2012). Dress in the middle Danube provinces: the garments, their origins and their distribution. Jahreshefte des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts, 81 pp. 137–231.

Rothe, Ursula (2011). Der Grabstein der Severina Nutrix aus Köln: eine neue Deutung. Germania, 89 pp. 191–214.

Rothe, Ursula; Kenkel, Frauke and Zerbini, Andrea (2018). Excavations in Area III on Tall Zar‘ā. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan, 58 pp. 257–273.

Simon, Rainer; Barker, Elton; Isaksen, Leif and de Soto Cañamares, Pau (2015). Linking early geospatial documents, one place at a time: annotation of geographic documents with Recogito. e-Perimetron, 10(2) pp. 49–59. file

Simon, Rainer; Barker, Elton; Isaksen, Leif and de Soto Cañamares, Pau (2017). Linked Data Annotation Without the Pointy Brackets: Introducing Recogito 2. Journal of Map & Geography Libraries: Advances in Geospatial Information, Collections & Archives, 13(1) pp. 111–132. file

Simon, Rainer; Pilgerstorfer, Peter; Isaksen, Leif and Barker, Elton (2014). Towards semi-automatic annotation of toponyms on old maps. e-Perimetron, 9(3) pp. 105–112. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Swift, L. A. (2006). Mixed choruses and marriage songs: a new interpretation of the third stasimon of the Hippolytos. Journal of Hellenic Studies, 126 pp. 125–40.

Swift, L. A. (2009). The symbolism of space in Euripidean choral fantasy (Hipp. 732-85, Med. 824-65, Bacch. 370-433). Classical Quarterly, 59(2) pp. 364–382. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Swift, L. A. (2012). Archilochus the ‘anti-hero’? Heroism, flight and values in Homer and the new Archilochus fragment (P.Oxy. LXIX 4708). Journal of Hellenic Studies, 132 pp. 139–155.

Swift, L. A. (2009). Sexual and familial distortion in Euripides' Phoenissae. Transactions of the American Philological Association, 139(1) pp. 53–87. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Swift, Laura (2009). How to make a goddess angry: making sense of the Demeter Ode in Euripides' Helen. Classical Philology, 104(4) pp. 418–438. file

Swift, Laura (2015). Negotiating seduction: Archilochus’ Cologne Epode and the transformation of epic. Philologus, 159(1) pp. 2–28. file

Swift, Laura (2018). Thinking with Brothers in Sappho and Beyond. Mouseion: Journal of the Classical Association of Canada, 15(1) pp. 71–87. file

Swift, Laura (2014). Telephus on Paros: genealogy and myth in the 'new Archilochus' poem (P. Oxy. 4708). Classical Quarterly, 64(2) pp. 433–447. file

Van de Noort, Robert; Whitehouse, David; Becker, Marshall; Blagg, Thomas; Burnett, Douglas; Caruso, Ida; Claridge, Amanda; Clark, Gill; Costantini, Loredana; Costantini, Lorenzo; Hall Burke, Belinda; Lyttelton, Margaret; Napolitani, Gilberto; Patterson, Helen; Perkins, Philip; Rovelli, Alessia and Sutherland, Sheila (2009). Excavations at Le Mura di Santo Stefano, Anguillara Sabazia. Papers of the British School at Rome, 77(2009) pp. 159–223.

Yamagata, Naoko (2003). Locating power: spatial signs of social ranking in Homer and the Tale of the Heike. Scholia, 12 pp. 34–44.

Yamagata, Naoko (2005). Plato, memory, and performance. Oral Tradition, 20(1) pp. 111–129.

Yamagata, Naoko (2005). Clothing and identity in Homer: the case of Penelope's web. Mnemosyne, 58(4) pp. 539–546.

Yamagata, Naoko (1989). The apostrophe in Homer as part of the oral technique. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 36(1) pp. 91–103.

Yamagata, Naoko (1990). Aisima pareipon - A moral judgement by the poet? Parola del Passato, 45 pp. 420–430.

Yamagata, Naoko (1991). Phoenix's speech - Is Achilles punished? Classical Quarterly, 41(1) pp. 1–15.

Yamagata, Naoko (1993). Young and Old in Homer and in 'Heike Monogatari'. Greece & Rome, 40(1) pp. 1–10.

Yamagata, Naoko (1995). Ritual offerings in Homer and in Linear B. Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici(35) pp. 57–68.

Yamagata, Naoko (1995). Why Classics today - and tomorrow? Scholia(4) pp. 108–109.

Yamagata, Naoko (1997). Classics for multilingual Europe. Kleos(2) pp. 275–284.

Yamagata, Naoko (1997). Anax and basileus in Homer. Classical Quarterly, 47(1) pp. 1–14.

Yamagata, Naoko (2012). Use of Homeric references in Plato and Xenophon. The Classical Quarterly, 62(1) pp. 130–144.

Yamagata, Naoko (2011). Male and female spaces in Homer and in Heike monogatari. Japan Studies in Classical Antiquity, 1 pp. 27–41.

Yamagata, Naoko (2011). Penelope and early recognition: Vlahos, Harsh, and Eustathius. College Literature, 38(2) pp. 122–130.

Yamagata, Naoko (2016). ホメーロスと『平家物語』における戦争の「報道」[“Reportage” of War in Homer and the Tale of the Heike]. ペディラヴィウム [Pedilavium], 71 pp. 46–60.

Yamagata, Naoko (2017). ホメーロスと『平家物語』における生死の選択―英雄美女が死を選ぶ時 [Choices of Life and Death in Homer and the Tale of the Heike: When Heroes and Heroines commit suicide]. Journal of Classical Studies, 65 pp. 1–11.

Yamagata, Naoko (2014). Camilla and Tomoe: female warriors in Virgil and in medieval Japan. Proceedings of the Virgil Society, 28 pp. 81–98. file

Conference or Workshop Item

Barker, Elton (2004). Between a rock and a safe place: the chorus becoming citizens in Sophocles’ Ajax. In: Actas del Congreso Internacional con motivo del XXV Centenario del nacimiento de Sófocles, 2003, Málaga.

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris (2013). Extracting, investigating and representing geographical concepts in Herodotus: the case of the Black Sea. In: The Bosporus: Gateway between the Ancient West and East (1st Millennium BC–5th Century AD) (Tsetskhladze, Gocha R.; Atasoy, Sümer; Avram, Alexandru; Dönmez, Şevket and Hargrave, James eds.), BAR International Series, Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. 7–17. file

Isaksen, Leif; Simon, Rainer; Barker, Elton T. E. and de Soto Cañamares, Pau (2014). Pelagios and the emerging graph of ancient world data. In: WebSci '14: Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Web science, ACM, pp. 197–201. file

King, Helen (1999). Hippocratic gynaecological therapy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In: Aspetti della Terapia nel Corpus Hippocraticum (Atti del IXe Colloque hippocratique), 25-29 Sep 1996, Pisa, Italy.

Simon, Rainer; Barker, Elton and Isaksen, Leif (2012). Exploring Pelagios: a visual browser for geo-tagged datasets. In: International Workshop on Supporting Users' Exploration of Digital Libraries, 23-27 Sep 2012, Paphos, Cyprus. file

Thesis

Coello, Terence Arnold (1995). Unit sizes in the Late Roman army. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Fallas, Rebecca Mary (2016). Infertility, Blame and Responsibility in the Hippocratic Corpus. PhD thesis The Open University. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Godwin, John (1998). Aesthetic ethics in the De Rerum Natura of Lucretius. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Hammond, Kate (2007). Lost voices in the poetry of Catullus: a study in persona and politics. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Hammond, Rosemary Margaret (2007). Cosmological motifs and themes in the Odyssey of Homer, with some antecedents in Minoan and Mycenaean iconography. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Harrison, John Edward (2018). Myth In Reception: Insights From Stourhead Gardens. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Mackintosh, Majorie Carol (1992). The divine horseman in the art of the western Roman Empire. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Manny, Iarfhlaith (2018). Looking with Narcissus: Oscar Wilde’s Reception of the Dying God. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Morris, Michael John (2008). 'A Manly Desire to Learn' : the Teaching of the Classics in Nineteenth Century Scotland. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Nolan, Marguerite (2010). A Conversation with Plato: An Enquiry into the Philosophical and Dramatic Role of the Respondents and Socrates in Plato's Republic. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Peake, Jacqueline (2011). Tragic Apollo in Fifth-Century Athens : Text and Contexts. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Post, Doris Juliane Elisabeth (2018). Choral Authoritativeness in Sophocles. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Rochelle, Pauline (2012). Using and abusing children in Greek tragedy. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Stead, Henry (2012). A Cockney Catullus: the reception of Catullus in the Romantic era. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Tran, Vu Thieu Nga (2019). The humoral response against Salmonella Typhi protein antigens during acute, convalescent, and chronic typhoid fever. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Walbank, Mary Elizabeth Hoskins (1987). The nature and development of Roman Corinth to the end of the Antonine period. PhD thesis The Open University. filefile

Scholarly Edition

Yamagata, Naoko, ed. A New Interpretation of Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus: In the Light and Darkness of Apollo. By Shigenari Kawashima (2014). Edwin Mellen Press (2014). Translated from Japanese [日本語]

Emlyn-Jones, Chris and Hamilton, Walter (trans.), eds. Gorgias. By Plato (1960). London, Penguin Books (2004).

Other

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Pelling, Chris and Isaksen, Leif (2011). HESTIA (the Herodotus Encoded Space-Text-Imaging Archive): An Interdisciplinary Project. European Science Foundation, Strasbourg. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Barker, Elton and Terras, Melissa (2016). Greek Literature, the Digital Humanities, and the Shifting Technologies of Reading. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Fear, Trevor (2011). New Voices In Classical Reception Studies Vol. 6 (2011). The Open University.

Fear, Trevor (2012). New Voices in Classical Reception Studies Vol. 7 (2012). The Open University.

Fear, Trevor (2014). New Voices in Classical Reception Studies Vol. 9 (2014). The Open University.

Fear, Trevor (2013). New Voices in Classical Reception Studies Vol. 8 (2013). The Open University.

Fear, Trevor (2015). New Voices in Classical Reception Studies Vol. 10 (2015). The Open University.

Fear, Trevor (2016). New Voices in Classical Reception Studies Vol. 11 (2016). The Open University.

Hardwick, Lorna (2001). The Reception of the texts and images of ancient Greece in late twentieth-century drama and poetry in English. Not Set, Milton Keynes, UK.

King, Helen (2004). Chamberlen, Peter (1601–1683). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

King, Helen (2004). Chamberlen, Hugh, the elder (b. 1630x34, d. after 1720). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Plastow, Christine (2018). Staff-Student partnerships in pedagogy and research-based education: lessons for Classics. Council of University Classical Departments Bulletin 47. file

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