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Edited Book

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

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

Book Chapter

Hughes, Jessica (2015). 'No retreat, even when broken': classical architecture in the Presepe Napoletano. In: Hughes, Jessica and Buongiovanni, Claudio eds. Remembering Parthenope: Receptions of Classical Naples from Antiquity to the Present. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 284–309.

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.

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.

Hughes, Jessica (2010). Dissecting the classical hybrid. In: Rebay-Salisbury, K.; Sorensen, M. L. S. and Hughes, J. eds. Body Parts and Bodies Whole. Changing Relations and Meanings. Oxford, UK: Oxbow, pp. 101–110.

Journal Article

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

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.

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