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A Sympotic Self: Instruction through Inebriation in Anacreon
As early as the fifth century, Anacreon was the poet of wine, love, and song; even his death—choking on a pip—is attributed to the grape. The fact that the symposion looms large in the extant fragments is, therefore, ...
Destabilizing Haemon: Radically Reading Gender and Authority in Sophocles' Antigone
(Helios (Texas Tech University Press), 2014)
From oikos to polis: Ideology and Genealogy in Pindar's Olympian 9
(Syllecta Classica, 2015)
In Olympian 9, Pindar constructs a family for his victor, Epharmostos, whose family does not—contrary to the generic expectations of epinikian—appear in the ode. By establishing connections between the early ethnic and ...