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2013

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.

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

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. (2013). New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).

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; Bouzarovski, Stefan and Isaksen, Leif (2013). New worlds out of old texts. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (In press).

Barker, Elton and Isaksen, Leif (2013). Digital approaches to analysing spatial relationships in Herodotus 5. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (In press).

Barker, Elton and Bouzarovski, Stefan (2013). Towards a qualitative network analysis of Herodotus 5. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (In press).

Barker, Elton and Pelling, Chris (2013). Space-Travelling in Herodotus 5. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford University Press, (forthcoming).

2012

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.

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 September 2012, Paphos, Cyprus. file

2011

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. 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 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 (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; Isaksen, Leif; Byrne, Kate and Kansa, Eric (2011). GAP: a neogeo approach to classical resources. In: European Conference on Complex Systems 2010, 15 September 2010, Lisbon, Portugal. file

2010

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

2009

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

2008

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. (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. file

2006

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

2004

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

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

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.

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