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alt textPalmore - Sounds Patterns Meaning in Odes 4.7.docxAaron Palmore
Sounds, Patterns, and Meaning in Horace, Odes 4.7
alt textAkavia CAMWS2016 Electra.pdfAbigail Akavia, Manipulative Listening in Sophocles' Electra
alt textHagen - Lucretius.pdfAdrienne Hagen
Lucretius on Reason, Hierarchy, and the Natural Order
alt textwatanabe_a_CAMWS 2016_CollegeGreekExam2015_upload.pdfAlbert Watanabe "The 2015 College Greek Exam." paper #5 of panel "Tools for Teaching Beginning Greek in a New Era."
alt textA Kennedy Handout.pdfAlex Kennedy, "Haec Nobis Fingebamus: Tibullus, Ovid, and the Power of Imagination"
alt textKeith CAMWS Handout.pdfAlison Keith
Temple Monuments and Literary Memory in Silius' _Punica_
alt textSmith Allison CAMWS Hanout Statius- Martial Matters.docxAllison Smith "Martial Matters: Statius' Thebaid 7 and The Temple of Mars Ultor"
alt textNorgard Synesthetic Onion Horace Lucilius.pdfAmy Norgard
The Synesthetic Onion in the Satires of Horace and Lucilius
alt textModern, Ancient, Awesome Resources.pdfAmy R. Cohen
"Modern, Ancient, Awesome": Academic Classics in the Early 21st Century
alt textFicklin - Love’s Madness and its Remedies in Propertius.docxAndrew Ficklin
Love's Madness and its Remedies in Propertius
alt textFoster Lycurgus Captital Controls?.pdfAndrew Foster, "Lycurgus’ Against Leocrates: An Attempt at Capital Controls?"
alt textAlwine - Representative Democracy.pdfAndrew T. Alwine
"Representative Democracy in Late Classical Greece"
alt textFritsen: Bartolomeo Merula Renaissance Editor Handout.docAngela Fritsen
Bartolomeo Merula: Renaissance Editor of Classical Texts
alt textGlennie CAMWS Handout - Fated Fury - Statius.pdfAnn Glennie
Fated Fury: How the Furies Establish Supremacy over the Fates in Statius’ Thebaid
alt textBeek_MantoIntoMantua.pdfAnna Everett Beek: Manto into Mantua
alt textNero_Elvis_CAMWS_handout.docxAnne Duncan
"Nero Impersonators and Elvis Impersonators"
alt textBaska - Achievement Unlocked.pptxAriel Baska
Achievement Unlocked: The Twice Exceptional Student in the Latin Classroom
alt textPark HO PseudoHera PseudoAeneas.docxArum Park, "Pseudo-Hera, Pseudo-Aeneas: a Pindaric Intertext in Vergil’s Aeneid"
alt textHANDOUT.docxBarbara Alvarez Rodriguez "Rethinking Homer from a theory of alterity: aidós as a function of the Other"
alt textThe Basics of Building an Effective Teaching Portfolio.docxBartolo Natoli, The Basics of Building an Effective Teaching Portfolio
alt textMcCarthy - Modeling the Spread of Gossip.pdfBrendan McCarthy
Intimate Gossip and Political Power in Rome
alt textDevereaux Naval Power in Polybius Handout 2016.pdfBret Devereaux
Reassessing Polybius on Naval Power in the First Punic War
alt textMumper Doubt Paranoia Sallust's Jugurtha.docxBrian Mumper
"Doubt, Paranoia, Perfidia: Ethnicity and Leadership in Sallust."
alt textBuzbee, 2016 CAMWS Handout.pdfBuzbee, Mark D.
Fired or Retired? Reevaluating the End of Suetonius' Career
alt textEchoes_of_Cicero.docxCaitlin Diddams
Echoes of Cicero: A Digital Approach to Augustine's Presentation of Pauline Diction
alt textMoss_BrokenDistichs.pdfCarina Moss
Broken Distichs: Propertius' Internal Epitaphs and Inscriptions
alt texthahnemann-herrman.pdfCarolin Hahnemann and Judson Herrman
Distant Team-Teaching a first-year seminar on War and Remembrance
alt textBay CAMWS 2016 - Religion on the Ground.pdfCarson Bay
Religion on the Ground: Lived Religion in Heliodorus' Aethiopica
alt textSchenck-CAMWS Handout.docxCatherine Schenck "How to Get Away with Murder: Domitian's Execution of the Vestal Virgins"
alt textkeane camws handout16.docxCathy Keane, "Intertextuality between Friends: Martial and Juvenal in Epigram 12.18"
alt textFrogs Axelgard.pdfChristian Axelgard
γόνιμος ποιητής: Class and Aristophanes' Victory in Frogs
alt textLearning from Gaia.pptxChristina A. Salowey
Learning From Gaia: Bringing Environmental History into the Classics Classroom
alt textCarmen Saeculare as Sound .pdfClaire McGraw
An Augustan Carmen: The Carmen Saeculare as Sound
alt textHardyHandout.pdfClara S. Hardy
Pudor, Liberalitas and Amicitia: Family and Community Relations in Terence's Adelphoe
alt textRasmussen- Romano-Celtic_Temples_Handout.pdfClare Rasmussen
Identity Theft: Romano-Celtic Temples
alt textRustication_In_Claudianum_Presentation.pptxCzujko, Stephen- "It's Rough Being Claudius: Rustication in the Templum Divi Claudii"
alt textCAMWS 2016 Handout - Borrowing, Code-Switching, and Authorship in the Passio Sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis.pdfDaniel Libatique - Borrowing, Code-Switching, and Authorship in the Passio Sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis
alt textCAMWS2016-Katabasis-Handout.pdfDannu Hutwohl, "The Elegiac Mysteries: Initiation Symbolism in Propertius 1.3"
alt textkrasne - valerius flaccus panel, camws 2016 - quaenam ista lues - handout.pdfDarcy Krasne
Quaenam ista lues?: The Theme of Sickness in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica
alt textHetrick-Electra_Handout.pdfDavid Hetrick
The Poetics of Waiting in Sophocles' Electra
alt textSalvo Davide. Representations of Barbarians in Late Antiquity.pdfDavide Salvo. Representations of Barbarians in Late Antiquity
alt textOakes-RapeGlossedRobbery.docxDaylin Oakes
Rape Glossed as Robbery: Avoiding or Addressing Difficult Topics in Introductory Latin
alt textOakes-RapeGlossedRobbery.pdfDaylin Oakes
Rape Glossed as Robbery: Avoiding or Addressing Difficult Topics in Introductory Latin
alt textToscano_Carthago Indiarum_Powerpoint.pptxDennis Toscano
Carthago Indiarum obsesa (sic) obsesa sed non expugnata: New Punic Wars in the New World
alt textToscano_Carthago Indiarum_handout.pdfDennis Toscano
Carthago Indiarum obsesa (sic) sed non expugnata: New Punic Wars in the New World
alt textBurton handout.pdfDiana Burton
"My beauty, my virtue, my wealth": Personal Assertion in Public Religious Contexts
alt textCAMWS--Handout for Dianne Boetsch--Statius.pdfDianne Boetsch
Taking Matters and Eyeballs into Your Own Hands: Greek Tragic Intertext in the Opening of Statius’ Thebaid
alt textMARKUS_Ed_Global_Barlaam_Iosaphat.pdfDonka D Markus
Educating Global Citizens through the Latin Translation of the Life of Barlaam and Iosaphat
alt textCAMWS handout.docxDonna Zuckerberg, "The Curious Case of the Intertextual Debt in the Frogs" handout
alt textThe Negative Use of the Concept of Agape-Love in the New Testament handout.pdfDr. Marny S. Menkes Lemmel
The Negative Use of the Concept of Agape-Love in the New Testament
alt textMulhern_Rome_Represented.pdfE. V. Mulhern, "Rome Represented: Personifications of the Eternal City in Later Latin Epic"
alt textKeyser-Boston Skyphos.pptxElizabeth A. Keyser
There’s More to Me Than My Bum: Interpreting Both Sides of the Boston Skyphos
alt textVergils_Baby_Bees_Handout.pdfElizabeth A. Manwell
Vergil's Baby Bees
alt textLoci et Imagines Tiner 3.docxElza C. Tiner, "Loci et Imagines: A Rhetorical Approach to Teaching Latin Syntax"
alt textEmilyBerardiPetronius2016.docxEmily Berardi
The Show Must Go On: Role-Play and Disguise in Petronius' Satyricon
alt textWarford - Nomophylakes.pdfErin Warford - "The Nomophylakes and the Plynteria Procession"
alt textMeyer - The Inaros Revolt [Handout].docxEyal Meyer
"The Inaros Revolt: Redeeming Ctesias"
alt textMoss CAMWS Handout 2016.pdfGabriel Moss
"Watering the Roman Army: Logistics and Imperial Power in the Classical World"
alt textsangcojanckson_g_CAMWS 2016_NGEJCL_upload.pdfGenerosa A. Sangco Jackson "The National Greek Exam and Greek in the Junior Classical League." paper #4 of panel "Tools for Teaching Beginning Greek in a New Era."
alt textMellen -Delendane est Karthago.pdfGregory Mellen
"Delendane est Karthago? Metrical Wordplay and the Text of Horace Odes 4.8"
alt textPortrait of a Nude Woman as Cleopatra.pdfGregory N. Daugherty
Portrait of a Nude Woman as Cleopatra
alt textculik-baird camws stoicism in the stars handout.pdfHannah Culik-Baird, Stoicism in the Stars: Cicero’s Aratea in the De Natura Deorum
alt textLovatt empowering sadness CAMWS handout.pdfHelen Lovatt
Empowering Sadness: Grief, Gender and Action in Statius' Thebaid and Virgil's Aeneid
alt textMaggiore Losing Hope Ancient Novel.pdfHolly Maggiore
Losing Hope as a Cure for Love: The Role of Self-Enslavement in the Ancient Novel
alt textMorrison_MoncureCAMWSHandout.pdfIrene Morrison-Moncure
The causas rerum in Lucretius and Lucan
alt textcamws review schedules.docJ Gerrish and C Gillespie, The One-Room Schoolhouse
alt textCAMWS One-Room Schoolhouse.pdfJ Gerrish and C Gillespie- The One-Room Schoolhouse
alt textThorn dogs & Amasis Painter.pdfJ.M. Thorn Going to the dogs with the Amasis Painter
alt textPliny_Handout_CAMWS_JLZ.pdfJames L. Zainaldin
Self-presentation and Agriculture in Pliny Epistle 5.6
alt textMillarSmithHandout_CAMWS2016.pdfJane Millar
Virgil's Corycian, Wendell Berry, and the Ecological Imagination
alt textHansen - A House Divided.pdfJason J. Hansen
A House Divided: Reading the Homeric Hymn to Demeter through Household Roles
alt textArchytas pass CAMWS.pdfJean De Groot, ARCHYTAS ON SEEKING AND LEARNING: A TEXTUAL ISSUE
alt textA Tale of Two Seers handout.pdfJennifer C. Ranck A Tale of Two Seers
alt textThings to Know handout.pdfJennifer Starkey
Things to Know before You Go: Some Unexpected Challenges
alt textSwist - Intellectual Caricature in Libanius Declamations.docxJeremy Swist
Intellectual Caricature in Libanius' Declamations
alt textCAMWS2016Gibert.pdfJohn Gibert
Ritual re-enactment or dramatic metaphor? Creusa in Euripides’ Ion
alt textHenkel - Metapoetics from Ennius to Ovid.docxJohn Henkel
The Well-Worn Road: Metapoetics from Ennius to Ovid
alt textMaster_CAMWS_handout.docxJonathan Master
"A Pointless Zeal for Learning Useless Things:" The De Brevitate Vitae on the Value of the Past
alt textReeder_Pindar N. 5.pdfJonathan Reeder
"Commemorative Competition: Pindar's Nemean 5"
alt textVickers, J. Handout - The Cultural Triumph of Martial Dance in Xenophons Anabasis.pdfJonathan Vickers
The Cultural Triumph of Martial Dance in Xenophon’s Anabasis 6.1.1-14
alt textZarecki - Age Aint Nuthin But a Number.pdfJonathan Zarecki
Age Ain't Nuthin' But a Number Except When It Isn't: Cicero and the Problem of Youth in the Philippics
alt textCAMWS2016handout.pdfJoseph A. DiLuzio
The "First Triumvirate" at Home and Abroad in the PRO FLACCO 13-18.
alt textBenjamins_Orosius-and-Cyclicism_Handout.docxJoshua Benjamins
Cyclicism and Early Christian Historiography: Mapping the Past in Orosius' Historiae
alt textArft CAMWS 2016 Theoklymenos Paper Handout.pdfJustin Arft
Theoklymenos and the Long Arc of the Odyssey
alt textDe Boer Simons_Blaming Helen_Handout.pdfKatherine De Boer Simons
Blaming Helen: Inconsistency in Aeneid 6 and Odyssey 24
alt textBradshaw - Three Eras, Two Men, One Value (Handout).pdfKatherine L. Bradshaw
Three Eras, Two Men, One Value: Fides in Modern Performances of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra
alt textBradshaw - Three Eras, Two Men, One Value (Slides).pptKatherine L. Bradshaw
Three Eras, Two Men, One Value: Fides in Modern Performances of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra
alt textRice.TombwithaView.Images.pptxKatherine Rice
A Tomb with a View: Topography and Visual Politics in the Funerary Monuments of Hellenistic Kings
alt textPenich CAMWS handout.docxKeith Penich
Continuation and Consistency in Pindar's Eighth Pythian Ode
alt textDidyma Apollo Origins Handout.pdfKelly Moss, The Origins of the Temple Architecture and Cult of Apollo at Didyma
alt textElliott Polyaenus.docxKenneth Elliott
"The Pedagogical Practices of Polyaenus"
alt textWeeda Why Not do Science Georgics CAMWS Handout.docxKonrad Weeda
Why not do Science: On Virgil's Relation to Epicureanism in the Georgics
alt textSeruitium Amoris Handout.pdfKris Fletcher
Seruitium Amoris in Ovid’s Paraclausithyron (Amores 1.6)
alt textBurns_Maria Supplicanda_8.docxKrishni Burns
Maria Supplicanda: The Mediatrix and Rome’s Female Social Network
alt textKOLordSophoclesTrachiniaeHandout.pdfKristin Lord, "The Presence of Absence: The Persistence of the polis in Sophocles’ Trachiniae"
alt textHandout-Grothoff.pdfKyle Grothoff Astrologers avant la lettre: Cicero’s Use of astrologus
alt textPatterson_Justin(handout).pdfLee E. Patterson
The Armenian Causes of Justin II’s Sasanian War
alt textGarciaJr_HectorMarginalHero_Handout.pdfLorenzo F. Garcia Jr.
Hector, the Marginal Hero: Performance Theory and the Homeric Monologue
alt textPenelope autobiography handout.pdfLorina Quartarone - Penelope's autobiography: homophrosune, female heroism, and Atwoodian invention the Penelopiad
alt textMonson-Antony as an Ordinary Soldier.pdfLucas Monson- "Antony an an Ordinary Soldier in Plutarch's Life"
alt textTiresias' Role as a Poet with Seneca's Oedipus.pdfM. Silvia Sarais
Tiresias’ Role as a Poet within Seneca’s Oedipus
alt textMonk Otho Handout.docxMadeline Monk
Speculum Civilis Sarcina Belli: Otho the Pathicus in Juvenal’s Satire 2
alt textMonk Otho Handout.pdfMadeline Monk
Speculum Civilis Sarcina Belli: Otho the Pathicus in Juvenal’s Satire 2
alt textNaming the Art_handout_Romani Mistretta.pdfMarco Romani Mistretta
Naming the Art, or the Art of Naming: Techne in Plato’s Cratylus
alt textmargaret day kristeva semonides.docxMargaret Day
Kristeva’s Ménage(rie): Bestial Women in Semonides 7
alt textSkinner Canidia's Debut.docxMarilyn B Skinner
Canidia's Debut: Horace Satires 1.8
alt textMaticic_Ovid's Makeup World Handout.pdfMaticic_Ovid's Makeup World Handout.pdf
alt textChaldekas_Female_Philosophers_Theocritus.pdfMatthew Chaldekas
Gorgo and Praxinoa as Natural Philosophers? An Experimental Reading of Idyll 15
alt textHorrell Stentor's Hyperbolic Voice Handout.pdfMatthew Horrell
Stentor's Hyperbolic Voice
alt textWellenbach Aristophanes Dithyramb.pdfMatthew Wellenbach - "Aristophanes and the Definition of Dithyramb: Moving Beyond the Circle"
alt textprincemedeaolympus.pptxMeredith D. Prince

Judging Medea: Reimagining Magic and Murder in Syfy's Olympus
alt textSloan_Homer Aeschylus Huphasma.docxMichael C. Sloan. "Aeschylus' Reception of Homer through the Huphasma"
alt textFontaine, A Cute Illness in Epidaurus slides.pptxMichael Fontaine
A Cute Illness in Epidaurus: Morbus hepatiarius and other sick jokes in Plautus' Gorgylio (Curculio)
alt textCurrie.CAMWS2016.pdfMichelle Currie
The Complex Oedipus: Who Is(n't) Oedipus in the Thebaid?
alt textMartinez_Psyche Handout_CAMWS2016.pdfMichelle M. Martinez
Simplicissima Psyche: Apuleius' Cupid and Psyche episode as Hellenistic Epyllion
alt textPentzer, 2016 CAMWS Handout.docxMitchell Pentzer, "The Usucapio of High Literature in Martial's Epigrams"
alt textMisbehaving Doctor in Roman Law handout.pdfMolly Jones-Lewis, The Misbehaving Doctor in Roman Law
alt textKaloudis.docxNaomi Kaloudis, The Power of the Gaze and Ritualized Song in Theocritus' Idylls: a Commentary on Female Mobility
alt text111.HelenEpisodeScylla.pdfNatasha M Binek
The Helen Episode and the Myth of Scylla: Two Arguments for Vergilian Authorship
alt textBinek - Vergil's HE & Scylla Myth HANDOUT.pdfNatasha M Binek
The Helen Episode and the Myth of Scylla: Two Arguments for Vergilian Authorship
alt textSaxon Shore Powerpoint - Durant.pptxNathaniel Durant
A Tale of Two Frontiers?: Hadrian’s Wall and the Saxon Shore Forts in the 3rd to 5th centuries A.D.
alt textSlater Men Women Cranes handout16.docNiall W. Slater
Men, Women, and Cranes: Gender and the Epiphanic Gaze
alt textCross.AthenianAlliances.pdfNicholas Cross
The Revival of Athenian Interstate Alliances after the Peloponnesian War: The Empire Strikes Back or a New Hope?
alt textWagner CAMWS 2016 Handout - Thucydides' Metaphorical Use of 'Tyranny'.pdfNicholas Wagner
Political Shorthand: Thucydides’ Metaphorical Use of ‘Tyranny’
alt textWright_Roman Alliances.pdfParrish Wright - The Patrician Allies of Two Troublesome Tribunes: The Nature of Roman Alliances
alt textThe Tirones Project.docxPendergraft, Supporting and Mentoring New Teachers: A Tirones Project
alt textOsorio - Complete in himself smooth and rounded Hor Serm 2,7.pdfPeter Osorio
Complete in Himself, Smooth and Rounded: Self-Sufficiency in Horacer's Sermones 2.7
alt textCullick_diraeParcae.pdfRachael Cullick
Dirae Parcae: The Furies and the Fates in Ovid's Metamorphoses and Statius' Thebaid
alt textKennedy_CAMWS2016Handout.pdfRebecca Futo Kennedy
"Geographic Identity and the Topography of the Citizen in Athenian Tragedy"
alt textVennarucci - Shopping Streets.docxRhodora G. Vennarucci, "The Emergence of Shopping Streets in Early Imperial Rome"
alt textRHill Sic Semper Alcibiades Handout.pdfRobert Hill
Alcibiades in America:
“Sic semper tyrannis” and the Colonial Williamsburg origins of Virginia’s Latin legend.
alt textThe Latin Teacher Shortage Handout.pdfRonnie Ancona
The Latin Teacher Shortage
alt textBeggingPerseshandout.pdfRuth Scodel, Begging Perses
alt textSellers - 2016 CAMWS.pdfRyan Sellers
CAMWS Translation Contest - Round Table Discussion
alt textStack 2016.pptxSara Stack
Princess, Prisoner, Queen: Searching for Identity and Agency in the Life of Kleopatra Selene
alt textLepisto Seneca Ep 108.pdfScott Lepisto
Digesting Impressions: The Speeches of Attalus and Sotion in Seneca’s 108th Epistle
alt textAger - Cleopatra Tryphaina - Handout.pdfSheila Ager
Despised and Reviled: The Infamy of Cleopatra Tryphaina
alt textWimperis handout, Italian Identity in Aen.docxTedd A. Wimperis, "Rhetoric, Resistance, and the Invention of Italian Identity in Aeneid 7-12"
alt text20160312113937210.pdfTheodore Tarkow
The Child of Leda and the Conclusion of Lysistrata
alt textBooks as Plunder handout.pdfThomas Hendrickson
Books as Plunder? A Reconsideration of Plutarch Lucullus 42
alt textReversal Handout.pdfTim Stover Reversal of Fortune: Statius’ Thebaid and Valerius’ Argonautica
alt textKnoepke CAMWS Handout-The Legacy of Defeat.pdfTimothy Knoepke
The Legacy of Defeat: The Representations of P. Cornelius Scipio, Gn. Cornelius Scipio, and G. Flaminius in the Works of Cicero
alt textKnoepke CAMWS Handout-The Legacy of Defeat (Edited).pdfTimothy Knoepke
The Legacy of Defeat: The Representations of P. Cornelius Scipio, Gn. Cornelius Scipio, and G. Flaminius in the Works of Cicero (Edited)
alt textHill - Great God of Odessos.pptxTravis Hill
“They Make Themselves Immortal”: Worship of the Great God at the Greek colony of Odessos
alt textHill - Great God of Odessos.pdfTravis Hill
“They Make Themselves Immortal”: Worship of the Great God at the Greek colony of Odessos
alt textHill - Great God of Odessos.docxTravis Hill
“They Make Themselves Immortal”: Worship of the Great God at the Greek colony of Odessos
alt textvan Schaik Diodorus Siculus and Physicians.pdfvan Schaik Diodorus Siculus and the Physicians of Egypt
alt textTatumHandout.pdfW. Jeffrey Tatum
Why is Valerius Flaccus a Quindecimvir?
alt textWatson - The Songs of Gods and Men.pdfWatson, Christopher. "The Songs of Gods and Men."
alt textmajor_w_CAMWS 2016_GreekDigitalTesting_upload.pdfWilfred E. Major "Testing Tools for Ancient Greek on Digital Platforms." paper #3 of panel "Tools for Teaching Beginning Greek in a New Era."
alt textCAMWS 2016 handout Duffy.docxWilliam S. Duffy
The Case of the Second Sickle: Corcyra, Sicily, and the Evolution of the Castration Myth in Ancient Greece and Rome.
alt textScott-CAMWS Handout - Aurelius and Verus.pdfWilliam Scott
Aurelius and Verus: An Imperial Friendship
alt textWitzke - Sikyonioi.pdfWitzke, Serena S. "Gendered Differences in the Recognition Plot: Menander's Sikyonioi"
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