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Title of Paper First Name Middle Initial Last Name School Name
Accessit Latinitas: Urbanite Hymnody in the Context of Renaissance Classicism Sophia   Decker University of Kentucky
Ad Infernas Liber Iturus Aquas: Affection, Manumission and Death in Martial 1.101 Gaia   Gianni Brown University
Administrative Greek in Ptolemaic Egypt: Power and Prestige from Linguistic Capital Melissa S Velpel Texas Tech University
Affect and Suspense in Euripides' Ion Francis   Dunn University of California Santa Barbara
After the Violence: Modern Responses From Ancient Models David   Schenker University of Missouri Columbia
Agamemnon's Spectacular Death in Seneca's Agamemnon Tim   Stover Florida State University
Agency and Ideology in Roman Imperial Milestones Carlos F Norena University of California Berkeley
Alexander's Magnificent Seven Carol J King Grenfell Campus Memorial University
Alexandrian before Alexandria: Court Poetry in Pre-Hellenistic Lycia (CEG 177) Brett   Evans University of Virginia
All in the Family? A Reevaluation of Familial Relationships of Priestesses of Imperial Cult in the Latin West Courtney M Monahan Duke University
Allegory, Rhetoric, and Imagination in Apuleius' Cupid and Psyche Rachel   Dzugan University of Colorado Boulder
The Ancient City of Blaundos (Turkey): First Excavation Season in 2018 Birol   Can Uşak University
Ancient Mediterranean Wisdom Poetry, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Planetary Gardening James B Wells DePauw University
Ancient Rome Online: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Jennifer   Ebbeler University of Texas at Austin
Ancient Tokens, Cults and Daily-Life in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily Antonino   Crisà University of Warwick
Anthrophony and Sonic Experience on the Iliadic Battlefield Angela L. Pitts University of Mary Washington
Antiochia ad Cragum in Rough Cilicia: Pirates, Romans, and More Pirates! Michael   Hoff University of Nebraska
Antisthenes as Index to the Question of Historical Socrates in Aristophanes' Clouds Susan H Prince University of Cincinnati
Aper's Cosmic Digression in Tacitus's Dialogus 16 Marshall C. Buchanan University of Michigan
Apollo's Monstrous Delight in the Thebaid Rachael   Cullick Oklahoma State University
Approach, Audience, and Interaction in Hellenistic Didyma Arielle P Hardy University of Colorado Boulder
Aristotle's Feast: Political Participation in Politics 3.11 Edith G Nally University of Missouri Kansas City
Arsinoë Philadelphos as Chthonic Goddess?: A New Perspective on the Faience Oinochoai and the Horned Altars Alana N Newman Monmouth College
Art in the Numbers: Photogrammetry and the Principles of Design of a Roman Sarcophagus Robert   Cohon University of Missouri Kansas City
Art in the Numbers: Photogrammetry and the Principles of Design of a Roman Sarcophagus R. Bruce   North Independent Scholar
The Art of an Entrance: Ambiguity and Experience in the Decorative Programs of Roman Doorways Amanda K Chen University of Maryland College Park
At Home with the Ciceronian Villain Isabel   Köster University of Colorado Boulder
Athens and Warfare in Menander Simone   Agrimonti University of Cincinnati
The Augustan Character of Goethe's Third Rōmische Elegie     Robert   Sklenář University of Tennessee Knoxville
Between Epic and Elegy: The Love Story of Sophonisba and Massinissa in Petrarch's Africa Annette M Baertschi Bryn Mawr College
Beyond the Gordian Knot: The Role of Gordion in the Campaigns of Alexander Benjamin   Abbott University of Pennsylvania
A Bovine Minotaur in Flavian Rome: Statius' Thebaid (12.665-676) Stephen   Froedge University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Breaking and Remaking Terence: Beyond the Authorship Debate Caolán P Mac An Aircinn University of Texas Austin
Calculating the Carrying Capacity of the Krisaean Plain Taylor L Gruman University of Missouri Columbia
Cannibalism in Latin Epic William   Brockliss University of Wisconsin Madison
The Case of the Mid-career Prosecutor: Div. In Caec. 69 Michael   de Brauw North Central College
Catullan Similes of Loss and Gain: Poem 68b and Grief's Emotional and Poetic Upsides Becky A Kahane University of Texas Austin
Centurions, Caesar, and Swords to the Face: The Curious Case of Crastinus CJ   Miller University of Cincinnati
The Chains that Bind: Statius, Harmonia's Necklace, and Elegiac Tropes Carina   Moss University of Cincinnati
Character by Proxy: Phoenicium in Pseudolus Fade   Manley University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Check Those References: Quotation, Simplicitas, and Image-making in Martial Epigrams 11 Catherine   Keane Washington University St. Louis
Chilon of Sparta: The Man and the Legend Susan O Shapiro Utah State University
Choosing Sides: Expression and Suppression of the Senses in the Thesmophoriazusae Eryn   Pritchett University of Notre Dame
Cicero Argues with Himself: Animal Imagery in De Amicitia Daniel P Hanchey Baylor University
Cicero on Lucilius, Lucilius on Cicero: Using Fragments of the Satires for Context Marcie   Persyn University of Pennsylvania
Cicero, Vergil, and Canon Formation from Greece to Rome (and Back Again) Caroline B Bishop Texas Tech University
Cicero's Fam. 4.4 and the Sincerity of the Pro Marcello Nathan M Kish Cornell College
Cicero's Senate:Realizing the Cognitive Dissonance in Cicero's Ideology Concerning the Republican Senate Chelsea T Vincent Villanova University
City in Transition: Mapping the Transformation of Ancient Carthage Christopher S Saladin University of Minnesota
Classics in the Nebraska State Capitol Alexi N Robertson University of Nebraska Lincoln
Cleopatra as Catharsis: Tragic Motifs in Plutarch's Death of Cleopatra Tara L Sewell-Lasater University of Houston
Cleopatra's Haggard Image Gregory N Daugherty Randolph-Macon College
Color, Opsis and Emotion in Aeschylus and Euripides: Three Case Studies Michele   Asuni The Johns Hopkins University
Comedy and Transgression in Aeschylus' Oresteia Craig T Jendza University of Kansas
Competing Narratives: A Narratological Approach to Sophocles' Antigone Adriana   Brook Lawrence University
Corinth, Kleonai and Argos: Using Topography and Archaeology to Reevaluate Political Alliance Angela   Ziskowski Coe College
The Cosmopoetics of the Moretum Del  A.  Maticic New York University
Counting Out Time: Senecan Stoicism and Human Temporality Mason   Johnson University of Wisconsin  Madison
The Creation of a Christian Identity in a Christianized Empire: Eulalia, Agnes, and Gender-Bending in Prudentius' Peristephanon Liber III and XIV Ryan M Baldwin Brigham Young University
Crudelis Gloria: Casting the Nemean Serpent as a Genius Loci in Thebaid 5 Chad M Uhl University of Kansas
Cultural Imperialism in the Aethiopica Elizabeth   Deacon University of Colorado Boulder
The Curious Case of Erysichthon Elizabeth   Torresson University of Minnesota
Democratically Over-Determined: The Case Against Eur. Heracl. 36 Theo   Nash University of Michigan
Descent from the Earthborn: The Exemplar of Erechtheus within Euripidean Tragedy Matthew T Finnie University of Houston
Dido's Curse of Aeneas and the lex talionis Lorina N Quartarone University of St. Thomas
Disorientation in Ovid's "Thebaid" Rebecca A Deitsch Harvard University
Divided Furies: Allecto, Laius, Jocasta and the Structure of the Thebaid Jovan   Cvjetičanin University of Virginia
Does a Lover Get a Line of Credit? Comic Economics in Plautus' Asinaria Marcel A Widzisz Southern Virginia University
Does Repetition Make it True? Strategies of (Dis)honesty in Homer Hilary   Bouxsein St. Olaf College
Dogs of War?: Reevaluating Dogs in Greek Warfare Jenna R Rice University of Missouri Columbia
Don't Trust the Messenger: Letters in Thucydides Jennifer A Stanull University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Dramatizing Generic Constraints: Seneca and His Tragic Surrogates Maria S Sarais University of Missouri Columbia
The Education of the Ruler in Plutarch's Symposium of the Seven Sages Zoe   Stamatopoulou Washington University in St. Louis
Elegiac Voice and Power: An Approach to Studying and Teaching Gender and Agency in Ovid Kathleen   Burt Middle Georgia State University
Elite Entitlement as Threat to the State in Sallust Rachel   Hart Beloit College
Emasculating Jason: Narratology and Gender in Apollonius' Argonautica 3-4 Allen A Kendall Brigham Young University
Embracing a Ruler: the Example of Europa in Horace, Odes 3.27 Blanche C McCune Baylor University
An Empire of Cities: Urbanization and Roman Rule in Second Century BCE Iberia Loren T Cowdery University of Minnesota
Envy in the Greek Historians Kathryn A Simonsen Memorial University of Newfoundland
The Ephebeia and Oropos in Lycurgan Athens John   Friend University of Tennessee
The Ephemeral Gone Anecdote: Epigram as Memory Machine in Martial's Liber Spectaculorum Johanna   Kaiser University of Pennsylvania
The Epic Hero as Sacrificial Victim: Patroclus and Palinurus Sergios   Paschalis Harvard University
Erret inops, expes, caede cruenta sua: Reshaping Hypsipyle's Narrative in Statius' Thebaid Michael   Fons University of Virginia
"Escaping" Tragedy Metadramatic ὄψεις of Euripides' Helen and Iphigenia in Tauris Anastasia   Pantazopoulou University of Florida
etiam periere ruinae: Touring the Ruins in Lucan's Bellum Civile and Vergil's Aeneid Amie F Goblirsch University of Wisconsin Madison
Eulogizing Epicurus Brian P Hill Hunter College of the City University of New York
Excessive Public Grief at the Death of Germanicus in AD 19 Gaius   Stern University of California Berkeley
Fake It to Make It: Skeuomorphs in Early Helladic III Lerna David B Roberson University of Arizona
Figured Speech as Knowledge of Politics: Piso and Otho in Tacitus, Histories I Konrad C Weeda University of Chicago
Finding Cicero's "Job": A Job and Work Analysis of De Legibus and De Republica Jordan R Rogers University of Pennsylvania
Flowing Through Time: A New Structure at the Coriglia Excavation Project William H Ramundt University at Buffalo
Formation Processes and The Evidence of Looting in the San Giuliano Etruscan Chamber Tombs Candace W Livingston Anderson University
Formation Processes and The Evidence of Looting in the San Giuliano Etruscan Chamber Tombs Jamie   Aprile George Mason University
Foundational Voices and Civic Bonds in Pindar's Paeans Jonah   Radding Northwestern University
Fragile Masculinity Meets the Strongest Man: Hercules and Omphale in Seneca's Phaedra Ky   Merkley University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Framing the Victim: Courtroom Drama and Real-Life Trauma Mary Jean E McNamara City University of New York The Graduate Center
From Cicero to Augustine: Three Styles in Augustine's Enarrationes in Psalmos 69 Kathryn   Van de Loo University of Notre Dame
From Il Ritratto to Blazing Saddles: Renaissance and Modern Echoes of Ancient Comic Metatheater Erin K Moodie Purdue University
From the Indus to the Araxes: Place Names and Geography in Seneca's Medea Charlotte   Hunt Cornell University
From Villanovan Tombe a Fossa to Etruscan Rock-Cut Tombs: Four Centuries of Funerary Assemblages in the San Giuliano Necropolis Veronica-Gaia A Ikeshoji-Orlati National Gallery of Art
The Function of Witnesses in Athenian Law Michael   Gagarin University of Texas
Gamifying Cicero: Alternative Assessments and Collaborative Learning Bartolo A Natoli Randolph-Macon College
Giants of the Past: Compressive History in the Duel of Scipio and Crixus in Punica 4 Daniel   Conner Purdue University
A Girl and Her Bow: The Intersection of Artemis' Age, Gender and Identity in the Iliad    Dora Y Gao University of British Columbia
The Girl Who Danced For the Head of John the Baptist Duane W. Roller The Ohio State University
Gladiators in the House: A Phenomenological Approach to Gladiatorial Imagery in the Roman Dining Room Alexis M Christensen University of Utah
Goddesses, Monsters, and Shepherds: Playing with Homeric Fantasy in Theocritus' Idylls Naomi   Kaloudis McGill University
Grave Circumstances for Women in Ancient Macedonia Ann   Haverkost University of Nebraska at Omaha
The Greater Hope of the Veneti and Limits of Geographic Synergies (B. Gall. 7.1-16.1) Andrew   Montgomery Samford University
Hecate's Cure for Lovesickness Jeffrey M Hunt Baylor University
Hell Hath No Fury: Reassessing the Erinyes in Sophocles' Electra Amy S Lewis University of Pennsylvania
Henry "Box" Brown, Charles Stearns, and Classics as White Voice in the Freedom Narratives of Formerly Enslaved Black People in 19th Century America Kelly P. Dugan University of Georgia
Herodotean Variations on Aeschylus' Persae: Two Examples Charles C Chiasson University of Texas-Arlington
Herodotus' Last Word on Themistocles David C. Yates Millsaps College
Hesiod's Tripod Rededicated: A Reinterpretation of WD 650-662 Samuel   Hahn University of Colorado Boulder
The Hieron, the Memorabilia, and Philosopher-Kings Benjamin O McCloskey Kansas State University
The Historiography of Artaxias I: A Comparative Approach to Greek and Armenian Sources Lee E. Patterson Eastern Illinois University
Hitting "Wrong" Notes? Pindar's Improvisational Abundance and the Convention of Extemporaneous Performance John R Tennant University of California Los Angeles
Holding the Baby: A Parody of Euripides' Auge at Philyllius Fr. 4 Gwendolyn   Compton-Engle John Carroll University
Holy Statue: Dio Cassius and Agrippa's Pantheon Claire   McGraw University of Missouri Columbia
Horace's Odes 4.1: Moderation, Mortality, and Tempestivitas in Support of Augustan Rule Lauren W Brown University of New Mexico
How To Bribe a Roman Jury Tadeusz   Mazurek University of Notre Dame
How Vergil's Cave Imagery Foreshadows the 'Wedding' of Dido and Aeneas. John J Spearman Avon Old Farms School
Human as Creator in Pliny the Elder's Natural History Adrienne   Atkins University of Pennsylvania
Hypothetical and Simple Necessity in Aristotle's Physics II.9 Takashi   Oki Nagoya University
"I bind the local shopkeeper": The Role of Place in Greek and Roman Commercial Curses Jane E Sancinito Oberlin College
Inconsistencies in Characters' Speeches in Apollonius' Argonautica Brian D McPhee University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Indigenous Roman Comedy in Horace's Hexameters Caleb M. X. Dance Washington and Lee University
Inspired Denial: Mourning and the Muses in Statius' Thebaid Douglas   Hulsether University of Kansas
"The Instruments of Destiny": Reception of Iliad in American Great War Poetry Claire E Davis Samford University
Internal and External Erōs in Achilles Tatius' Leucippe and Clitophon Jonathan   Young University of Iowa
Internal Consistency in Ancient Poetry: The Singular World of Ovid's Single Heroides Jacqueline   Jones University of Iowa
Intersectionality of Female Sexuality, Desire, and Ethnicity in Heliodorus' Aithiopika Mara   Hazen Kalamazoo College
Intertextual Comets and Caesarean Bloodshed at Tac. Ann.15.47 Lauren   Ginsberg University of Cincinnati
Invisibility, Belief, and Narrative Richard   Phillips Virginia Tech
Iphigenia as Orpheus in Euripides' Iphigenia at Aulis Brooke   Latham University of Colorado Boulder
The Isolated Hero vs. the Deserted Heroine or Is There a Female Robinsonade in Ancient Literature? Markus   Hafner University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Jason and Homonoia Kate   Preble Florida State University
Joining the Dark Side: A Classicist's First Year as an Academic Administrator William S Duffy St. Philip's College
Julian's Platonoplois? Matthew   Lupu Florida State University
A Kiss is Just a Kiss? Suetonius' Lives, Social Status, and the Performance of Intimacy Scott J DiGiulio Mississippi State University
Latin and the Love of Wisdom: Philosophy and the High School Latin Class Jeffrey   Namiotka Western Reserve Academy
Latin in Space: NASA's Relationship with the Latin Language and Culture Erica L. Meszaros Brown University
Latin Translations of Marcus Aurelius Peter J Anderson Grand Valley State University
Lavinia: An Alternative Study in Virgilian Pietas Kathleen M Kirsch Saint Agnes School
The Law of Periandros: Financial Syndication, Misthosis and Risk Management Andrew   Foster Fordham University
The Liminality of χρίω in the Iliad Thomas E Schweigert University of Wisconsin Madison
Listening to Eumolpus: a Reevaluation of the Satyricon's Sweet-Singing Songster Robert S Santucci University of Michigan
Liturgical Psalm Papyri and Christian Literary Culture Andrew C Mayo University of Michigan
Livy and Polybius on the Mutiny at Sucro Michael T Woo University of Michigan
Long-term Change in Southern Etruria: the San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project Davide M Zori Baylor University
The Love Story of Charicleia and Theagenes: Calasiris as Non-narrator of Slavery; as Narrator of Slavery; as Clever Slave William M Owens Ohio University
Lucan's Acrostic Solution to Caelius's Coan Riddle Julia D Hejduk Baylor University
Lucretia's Temporality in Livy Wesley J Hanson University of Pennsylvania
Lying Eyes? Autopsy, Credibility, and the Senses in Apuleius, Met. 1.4 Rebecca F Moorman University of Wisconsin Madison
Maenads in Hitchcock Films: Midge, Mrs. Bates, and Other Bacchic Relief Roger    Macfarlane Brigham Young University
The Magic of Representation in Nero's Tradition Jasmine A Akiyama-Kim University of California Los Angeles
The Many Voices in Heliodorus' Reanimation Katherine   Panagakos Stockton University
Marketing Motherhood: The Visual Rhetoric of Cleopatra's Cypriot Coin Cecilia M Peek Brigham Young University
Marsyas of the Forum and in the Provinces Robyn L Le Blanc University of North Carolina Greensboro
The Mausoleum of Empire: Futurity and Futility of Imperialism in Horace's Odes Ximing   Lu University of Wisconsin Madison
A Mime Is A Terrible Thing To Waste: Propertius' Utilization of Pantomime in 4.7 and 4.8 Christine   Ellis University of New Mexico
The Modern Labors of Hercules Thomas J Sienkewicz Monmouth College
Moechos arrogantes: Roman Comedy and Elegy in Horace Carm. 1.25 Grace   Funsten University of Washington
Monsters in Mourning Nina   Raby University of Virginia
The Mortal Condition and "Blind Hopes" in the Prometheus Bound Alexander   Loney Wheaton College
Mosaic Motherhood: An Exploration of the Diverse Evidence for Non-elite Roman Mothers Sheena   Finnigan University of Wisconsin  Madison
Movement and Power at the Roman Villa in the Works of Pliny and Statius Bryn E Ford University of Pennsylvania
Murderers and Tyrannicides: Slaying in Roman Law and Declamation Kenneth   Elliott University of Iowa
The Mute Callimachus: Silencing an Intertext in Catullus 65 Christopher   Nappa University of Minnesota
The Name of Clytemnestra in the Odyssey Anna E Simas University of Washington
Names Written in Gold and Blood: Prudentius's Peristephanon and Poetic Immortality Olivia M Baquerizo University of Wisconsin Madison
Natura Versa: (Un)natural Law in Statius' Thebaid Adam   Kozak University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"The Near and Distant Dispossessed": Helots, Vestals, and the Specter of Crucifixion in Wole Soyinka's The Bacchae of Euripides: A Communion Rite Mary H Gilbert Birmingham Southern College
A Nebraska Collector: The Life and Travels of I.C.G. Campbell Rebecca   Salem Institute of Fine Arts New York University  
A Nebraska Collector: The Life and Travels of I.C.G. Campbell Effie F Athanassopoulos University of Nebraska Lincoln
Nessus and Knowledge in Sophocles' Trachiniae Samuel J Brakebill University of Missouri Columbia
New Evidence for the Late Roman Connectivity at the Site of San Vincenzo (Stromboli, Italy) Valerie   Long University at Buffalo
A New Rome: Constantinople as the New Imperial Capital Alexander   Claman Texas Tech University
Newly Discovered Refinements in the Architecture of Roman Asia Minor Philip T Stinson University of Kansas
Nine Days After? Problems in the Sequence of Events at Roman Funerals Charles W King University of Nebraska Omaha
Nomads on the Bay of Naples: Pompeii's Safaitic Graffiti Kyle   Helms St. Olaf College
Non-repetition in Homeric Epic James H. Dee Austin TX
"Not Fitting for a Symposium": The Problem of Female Acrobatics Marleigh   Anderson Washington University in St. Louis
Not Just by Jove: The Emperor in Roman Oaths Nathaniel S Katz University of Texas Austin
Now You See Her, Now You Don't: Odyssey 9 and Hide 'n Seek Athena Victor   Castellani University of Denver
Odes 1. 7, the Aeneid, and the Problem of Identity John N. Rauk Michigan State University
Odyssean Aer: Understanding the Temporal Dialectic and the Presentation of the Mist-ical Margaret   Corn Columbia University
An Odyssean Parody: Epic Echoes in Wind in the Willows Georgia L. Irby College of William and Mary
The Old Roman Senate and the Young Tyrant Nero. Henry J Walker Bates College
Olympian 12 and the Politics of Athletic Victory Peter   Miller University of Winnipeg
On the Decline of Delphic Divination in the Fourth Century BCE Lisa   Maurizio Bates College
Opening the Box: Narratives of Fantasy, Desire, and Marginalized Women in Theocritus' Idyll 2 and Mulholland Drive Victoria   Burmeister Boston University
Oppositional Ideologies in Euripides' Cyclops Connor B Jennings The University of Kansas
Orpheus and Roman Witches Britta   Ager Colorado College
Osteological Analysis of Remains Recovered from Tomb G13-001 in the San Giuliano Necropolis Lori E. Baker Baylor University
Out to Play Before We Give Her Away: A Maiden Chorus in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter Amy N Hendricks University of Wisconsin Madison
Overcompensation or Purification? Tracing Ritual Action through the Orphic Hymns Katelin A Mikos University of Michigan
An Overlooked Arcanum Imperii?: Reconsidering Indirect Rule in the Julio-Claudian East Tal A Ish-Shalom Columbia University
Ovid's Discordant Muses and the Fasti Sacri of Ambrogio Novidio Fracco John F Miller University of Virginia
Ovid's Heroides 7 and the Illusion of Authenticity Jessica   Greene University of Wisconsin Madison
Pain without Purpose: The Trauma of an Erased identity in Sophocles' Philoctetes Julia   Pare University of Arizona
Pasolini's Medea and the Six (Eight) Human Sacrifices Clayton   Lehmann University of South Dakota
Passive Resistance in Sophocles' Antigone Colette N. Milligan Sturgis Public Charter School
Penelope Polutropos and the Bow of Odysseus John T Barnes University of Tennessee Knoxville
Penelope Polutropos and the Bow of Odysseus Reema R Habib University of Tennessee Knoxville
The Peril of the Light: The Long and Tortured Road to Enlightenment in Seneca's Oedipus Christina E Franzen Marshall University
Perversions of Sustenance in Euripides' Troades Kristin O. Lord Wilfrid Laurier University
A Philological Analysis of Religious Transformation Zakarias D Gram Brigham Young University
A Philological Analysis of Religious Transformation Thomas A Wayment Brigham Young University
Pilgrimage and Patronage: Differences in Participation at Oracular Shrines between the Sanctuary of Zeus at Dodona and the Sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi Lauren   Oberlin University of Michigan
Pindar's Wound Keith   Dickson Purdue University
The Pitiless March to Murder in Euripides' Medea Doug   Clapp Samford University
Plus quam amabile: The Boy Who Wept at Public Executions Laura A De Lozier University of Wyoming
Poetry Out Loud: A Performance Project for Students of Latin Marcia H Lindgren University of Iowa
Polis and Politēs in Xenophon's Hellenica: Regimes and Souls Andrew T Alwine College of Charleston
Politicized Theater Under the Attalid Dynasty Megan S Wilson University of Michigan
Politicizing the Cosmos in Manilius' Astronomica Julia   Mebane Indiana University
Porcia's Nature and Character in Plutarch's Works Rose C Looby Miami University
The Positioned Parasite: Philip in Xenophon's Symposium Rick   Castle Brock University
The Power of a Hero: Placement of Erotic Curse Tablets in Nemea Greece Samantha   Richter University of Arizona
Priapus' Rock-Cut Iambic Trimeters on Hellenistic Thera Maria   Papaioannou University of Florida
The Problematic Nature of Philia in the Samia: A Comparative Study of Aristotle and Menander Olayiwola   Ologbonde University of Western Ontario
Prophecy and gender in Sophocles' Trachiniae Eric K Dugdale Gustavus Adolphus College
Prophecy and Permanence in Pindar's 8th Pythian Ode Dennis R Alley Cornell University
The Psychological Underpinnings of the Musical Revolution in Plato's Laws (700a3-701c5) Rene   de Nicolay Princeton
Purple Prose and Persuasion in Cicero's Speech for Roscius of Ameria Christopher   Craig University of Tennessee
Putting the Verse into Diversity: Triumphal Song and Soundscape as an Expression of Roman Pluralism Nandini B Pandey University of Wisconsin Madison
Pythagorean Astronomy and Pietas in Livy Kevin   Scahill University of Virginia
Queer Hero: Achilleus and Masculine Gender Norms in the Iliad Rachel H Lesser Gettysburg College
Queer Youth on Classics: A Survey Hannah A Clarke Miami University
Raptim atque Turbate: 'Antagonistic' and 'Consensualist' Republicanism in Caesar's Civil War Ian   Oliver University of Colorado Boulder
Reading History Forward: Marcus Aurelius, Lucius Verus, and the Will of Hadrian Sam   Caldis Brown University
Real Roman Men and the Greeks Who Hate Them: Manhood, Slavery and Plutarch's Cato Maior Elizabeth A Manwell Kalamazoo College
Reclaiming Biography: The Historia Augusta in the Philosophical Tradition Martin P Shedd Hendrix College
Reconsidering Ovid's Error: Wandering Away from Augustanism Joel   Allen City University of New York
Reconstructing Viewer Engagement with the Septizodium Emily R. French University of Pennsylvania
Reconstructing Workers' Lives in Archaic and Classical Greece Sarah C Murray University of Toronto
Re-Contextualizing Female Commemoration from the Sanctuary of Apollo at Cyrene Katelin   McCullough University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Recusatio as Rhetorical Construct: Self-Fashioning and Social Capital in the Meditations Luke   Madson Rutgers University
Refilling Martial's Tenth Book Mitchell   Pentzer University of Colorado Boulder
Regna: Geography, Teleology, and the Construction of Roman Identity Andrew C. Johnston Yale University
Repairing Fragments: Reconciling Archaeological Lecture and Practice in the Classroom Theodora   Kopestonsky University of Tennessee, Knoxville
A Response to the San Giuliano Archaeological Research Project: Glimpses of Humanity Alden   Smith Baylor University
Reviving and Revising the Classical Past: Lucian's Appropriation of Aristophanic Plays in True Histories Tianran   Liu University of California Los Angeles
The Revolution of the Four Hundred: Dates and Deceptions George E Pesely Austin Peay State University
Rhetorical Sleight-of-Hand in Apuleius' Apology Evelyn   Adkins Case Western Reserve University
The Rise of Reading Culture Made Poetry Palpable to the Platonists Michael A Freeman Duke University
Rocket Philology Clayton A Schroer University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Roman Character and Gender in the Augustan Age: Livy's Gender Hierarchy and Ovid's Complex Women Jessica L Wise University of Colorado Boulder
Roman Civil Wars: Insights from Political Science Jared   Anderson Indiana University
A Roman in Grinnell: An Investigation of an Unidentified Portrait at Grinnell College Jiayun   Chen Grinnell College
Roman Republicanism, Memory, and Identity: Cicero's De Re Publica Marsha   McCoy Southern Methodist University
Rousing and Calming the Contio Stanly H Rauh Hendrix College
Seasons of Eros: Weather Imagery in Ibycus 286 PMG Hannah R Sorscher University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
"A Second Tripled-Bodied Geryon": Gendered Bodies and the Rhetoric of Vengeance in Agamemnon 863-74 Brett L. Stine Texas Tech University
Seeing Virgil's Aeneid in Horace's Ars Poetica Jennifer   Ferriss-Hill University of Miami
Seeing Yourself in the Text: The Role of Reception in the First-Year Undergraduate Course Jessica   Seidman Wellesley College
Separating Impression from Truth: A Prelude to the Tiberian Maiestas Trials in Tacitus' Annales 1.72 Lily   van Diepen University of Virginia
Serious Play: Re-examining Cicero's Paradoxa Stoicorum Georgina   White University of Kansas
Servius Tullius' Imperial Nachleben Jeremy J. Swist University of Iowa
A Sexless Circe: Tension and Torsion in Adapting the Odyssey for Children Meaghan   Murphy Indiana University, Bloomington
Sic eat quaecumque Romana lugebit hostem: The Power of Women's Mourning in Livy's Ab Urbe Condita T. Davina   McClain Northwestern State University
Similes in the Aeneid — How to Count Them John E. Ziolkowski George Washington University
Solon's Horse and Verbal Echoes: The Metaphorical Grooming of the Soul in Fr. 27 (W.) Laura   Takakjy Dickinson College
Space, Status, and Vulnerability in Lysias 12, Against Eratosthenes Hilary   Lehmann Knox College
Starring Messalina as Maenad Noreen   Sit Yale University
Stripping Their Spoils: Lesbia and glubit in Catullus 58 Ruth R Caston University of Michigan
The Sullan Foundation of Roman Florentia McKenzie   Lewis University of Waterloo
Surpassing Augustus: Nero and the Crowning of Tiridates I Timothy F Clark University of Chicago
The Syrophoenician Woman (Mark 7:24-30) and the Tradition of Enigma Katherine   Kretler Stanford University
The Tarquins' Ethnic Identity in Livy John   Beeby University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Technology and the Artist: Ovid's Daedalus and Riordan's The Battle of the Labyrinth Vassiliki   Panoussi College of William and Mary
Tecmessa in Sophocles' Ajax Michael   Shaw University of Kansas
Tell Me about the Bakeshops: Toward a Social History of Baking and Bread in Ancient Greece Joshua P Nudell University of Missouri Columbia
The Temple of Mars Ultor in Ovid's Fasti (5.545-598) Wolfgang   Polleichtner Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
"That's what it's all about": Abstract Topics in Thucydides Coulter H. George University of Virginia
Theatre as Legitimizer: Agathocles, Pyrrhus, and Hieron II's use of Theatre in Hellenistic Sicily Benjamin E Nikota New York University
The Theban General(s) Jennifer   Starkey San Diego State University
Theocritean Hermaphroditus: Ovid's Protean Allusions in Met. 4.285-388 Shannon   DuBois Boston University
Theocritus Iambist: Reconsidering Genre in the Idylls Leanna   Boychenko Loyola University Chicago
They Who Must Not Be Named?: οὐκ ὀνομαστοί in the Theogony Jamie K Wheeler Baylor University
This Is Why I Have Trust Issues: Variances in the Sculptural Program of the Colosseum in Flavian Art and Their Ideological Significance Steven L Tuck Miami University
Through Galatea's Eye: Humanity and Heroism in Blade Runner 2049 Rocki   Wentzel Augustana University
Ties that Bind: Samian Cult Connections in the Homeric Hymns Alexander   Hall Iowa State University
Time and Place in Tibullus 1.10 Keith   Penich University of North Carolina  Chapel Hill
Tiresias v. Narcissus: Knowledge, Power, and Sexuality in Ovid Metamorphoses 3 Jeffrey S Carnes Syracuse University
Tisiphone as an Internal Poet in Statius' Thebaid Christopher   Wilkins University of Kansas
Traditional Values in Catullus: Marriage is for Procreation Emma   Warhover University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Translation, Adaptation, or Something in Between? Some Thoughts on Making and Teaching Classics in Translation Peter   Burian Duke University
Trimming Masculinity: Facial Hair in Martial's Epigrams Timothy M Warnock University of Pennsylvania
Triumph Transformed: Constantine's Arch in the Sistine Chapel Summer   Trentin Metropolitan State University of Denver
A Typical Ending: Closure in the Aristeiai of Diomedes and Achilles Timothy S Heckenlively Baylor University
Underworlds in Collision: Homer, Vergil and a haunted Aeneas Jean   Alvares Montclair State University
Untranslatability and the Chorus in Virginia Woolf and H.D. Laura K McClure University of Wisconsin Madison
The Use of Classics by Columbus and Vespucci to Racialize the New World Chloe   Lowetz Texas Tech University
Vergil: Poet of Rome Not Sycophant of Augustus Andrew D Cogburn Houston Baptist University
Vero Nomine: The Philosophical Analysis of Cult and Divine Names as Context for Book XI of Apuleius' Metamorphoses Nathan I Smolin University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Victus Victor: Remembering Cato Uticensis in the Age of Augustus Mark   Thorne Luther College
Violence Against Women on the Column of Marcus Aurelius: Scene XVII Clare   Nash Independent Scholar
Virtue of Agency or Agency of Virtue: Political Fantasy in the Historia Apollonii Regis Tyri Jonathan F Correa Pennsylvania State University
Visualizing the City of the Dead: Viewshed Analysis of the Etruscan Necropolis at San Giuliano, Italy Lauren   Sides Baylor University
Volvere Casus: The Aeneid and Volvo Rebecca   van der Horst University of Texas Austin
We All Fall Down: Cyclical Dramatic Structures in Seneca's Troades Ashley K Weed University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
We Might Need Prophets Here: An Examination of Divinatory Perspectives in Aeschylus' Oresteia Nicholas R Bolig University of Kansas
What Even are Gods? The Use of δαίμων and θεός in Euripides' Hippolytus Holly   Maggiore University of Virginia
What Happened to the Dirae? Diels' Reconstruction of Parmenides' Latin Fragment Joseph B Zehner University of Virginia
What Sort of Man: Terence's Eunuchus as an Early Roman Conception of Eunuchs Sam   Berk-Hinckley University of Minnesota
What's Your Type? Stereotypical Lovers in Heliodorus' Aethiopica Dana   Spyridakos University of Iowa
Who Must Abstain from Meat? Audience and Morality in Porphyry's De abstinentia Stephen   Hill University of Virginia
Wild at Heart: Natura Victrix in Horace's Letter to Fuscus Ryan   Tribble University of Iowa
The 'Wings' of Roman Architecture: Ancient References to the Alae in Public and Private Elisabetta   Cova University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Winter is Coming: Horace Odes 1.9 Courtney   Evans Creighton University
Women Only: Rites of Demeter and Kore in Herodas' Mimiamb 6 Ekaterina   But The Ohio State University
A Yoke on the Neck: Mythic Echoes in the Story of Demophoon Luke   Gorton University of New Mexico
αἰδοίη ταμίη: A New Reading Jill K Simmons University of Michigan
ἀλλὰ διὰ χρημάτων μεταβολῆς Legal and Social Institutions as Foundations for Long-Distance Trade in Classical and Hellenistic Greece Anna   Accettola University of California Los Angeles
ἀσκητική πολιτεία in the Religious History of Theodoret of Cyrrhus Jake   Weiner The Catholic University of America
εὑρεῖν δ' οὐ ῥᾴδιόν ἐστι: Bad Poet and Good Poet in Theocritus' Idyll 11 Ippokratis   Kantzios University of South Florida
Μηδὲν Ἄγαν: Overindulgence in Sympotic Imagery Lauren   Alberti University of New Mexico
μηδὲν νέον? The Paradox of Old Religion/New God in Euripides' Bacchae David   Piersol University of New Mexico
οὐ φιλοσόφος?: The Significance of Philosophy to Fronto Sarah C Keith University of Michigan
Τὸ Ἔρωτος Λῃστήριον: Pirates as Lovers in Xenophon of Ephesus' Ephesiaca and the Ancient Novel Nicholas   Nelson University of Arizona