Helen Ruger (Columbia University, NY), "Graceful Giving: The Role of the Female in Seneca's De Beneficiis"
Tiffany Nguyen (Trinity University), "The Performative Rhetoric of Horace in the Odes"
Marko Vitas (Brown University, RI), "Name Replacement as a Stylistic Device in Pindar's Epinician Odes"
Ximing Lu (University of Wisconson-Madison), "Cicero's Athenian Days: Intellectual Rivalry through Study Abroad"
Eva Carrara (Florida State University), "Cato as Exemplary Historian in Against Verres"
Noreen Sit (Yale University CT), Starring Messalina as Maenad
Jenna Rice (University of Missouri), Dogs of War?: Reevaluating Dogs in Greek Warfare
Rebecca Moorman (University of Wisconsin--Madison), Lying Eyes? Autopsy, Credibility, and the Senses in Apuleius, Met. 1.4
Grace H. P. Funsten (University of Washington), A Learned Dog: Roman Elegy and the Epitaph for Margarita
Isabella Reinhardt (University of Pennsylvania), Sound in Ennius' Annales
Brian D. McPhee (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Weird Pathos: Stesichorus’ Geryoneis and the Sympathetic Monsters of Apollonius’ Argonautica
Ursula M. Poole (Columbia University) The Winter of Discontent: Climate and Interiority in the Exilic Poems.
Sarah C. Teets (University of Virginia) The Counterfeit Rhetor: Class in Demosthenes’ Characterization of Aeschines’ Use of Oral and Written Communication in the De Corona.
Katherine De Boer Simons (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill) "Blaming Helen: Inconsistency in Aeneid 6 and Odyssey 24"
Julia Mebane (University of Chicago), Fighting over Rome’s Corpus: Competing Metaphors of the Body Politic in the Catilinarian Conspiracy
Jenna R. Rice (University of Missouri), Why Was Alexander's Indian Campaign So Bloody?
Scott A. Barnard (Rutgers University), "On the Authorship of the Strasbourg Epodes: Archilochus, Hipponax, or Both?”
Reina E. Callier (University of Colorado Boulder), "Carmentis and the Carpenta: Testing Poetic and Political Boundaries in Fasti 1.617-636”
Giulio Celotto (Florida State University), "Agathon's 'Ilioupersis' in Aristophanes' Thesmorphoriazusae"
Mitchell R. Pentzer (University of Colorado at Boulder), "Horace-ing Around with Martial 10.68."
Joshua M. Smith (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Horace Odes 2.7 and the Literary Tradition (?) of Rhipsaspia
Michael S. Holstead (Indiana University, Bloomington), "The Divine Arming of Achilles"
Jason S. Nethercut (University of Pennsylvania) "Generic Multiplicity in the Proem to the Aeneid."
Kerry Lefebvre (University of Wisconsin, Madison) "From Field to Fold: Mixed Metaphors in Moschus' Europa"
T. George Hendren (University of Florida) "Woven Alliteration in Lucretius' De Rerum Natura."
Patrick G. Lake (Fordham University) "Plato's Quarrel with Homer's 'Divine Bard': Implied Censorship in Republic 389d2-3 & 390a10-b2."
Hunter L. Nielsen (University of Arizona) "Civitas Terrena et Civitas Dei: Orosius and Augustine on Temporal Power, Roman Society, and Divine Will."
Elizabeth M. Greene (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) "Roman Military Wives in Latin Epigraphy"
Daniel J. Griffin (Duke University) "Ovid's Vertumnus and the Elegiac Fantasy."
T. H. M. Gellar-Goad (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) "From the homosocial to the heterosocial: Societal development in Argonautica 4."
Emily Kratzer (University of California, Los Angeles) "ἄνω κάτω: spatial metaphor in Euripides' Herakles and the duality of the hero"
Alexander E. Hall (University of Wisconsin, Madison) "'Shades of Sappho: Melic Allusion in Aeneid 6.450-475."
Lynne A. Kvapil (University of Cincinnati) "Contolling the Countryside: Defining the Territory of Mycenae"
Charlie R. Harper (Florida State University) "The Beast Within: Lucan's Lion (1.205ff.) and his Achillean Caesar"
C. Michael Sampson (University of Michigan) "The themist's of Zeus (Od. 16.400-5)"
Aaron W. Wenzel of The Ohio State University) "Beneficia in Cicero's De Officiis and Philippic II"
Johanna Hobratschk (Washington University, St. Louis) "Apulian Vase-Painting in Context: A Reconsideration of Dramatic Scenes"
Aaron M. Seider (University of Chicago) for"'Vergil's Sixth Eclogue and Creative Freedom"
Andrew T. Alwine (University of Florida) "The Non-Homeric Side of the Homeric Cyclops"
John H. Henkel (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) "Provocative Enjambment in Vergil's Aeneid"
Chad Matthew Schroeder (University of Michigan) "New Inscriptions on Old Shells: Hellenistic Epigram and a New Kingdom Inscribed Fossil from Heliopolis."
Laura Van Abbema (University of Wisconsin: Madison) "Odi / hanc ego quae ... : Juvenal's Voice and the Problematic Persona"
Gerol C. Petruzella (SUNY Buffalo) "The Proper Limits of Philosophy: A Defense of Callicles"
Cami Slotkin (Tulane University) "Absence of Miasma as Proof of Innocence in Antiphon 5"
Christopher Lovell (University of Texas-Austin) "Aggressive Xenia : Bronze for Gold in Iliad 6"
Chad Matthew Schroeder (University of Michigan) "Ascraeus Vergilius : Some Unobserved Instances of Intertexuality"
Mark Nugent (University of Washington) "Moralizing Loss: Dio Chrysostom and the Rhetoric of Decline"
Peter Anderson (University of Cincinnati) "Martial's Ideal Reader: Epigrammaton 1. praef and Moral Men"
Karin Halvorsen (University of Arizona) "Masters of Metal: The Influence of Macedonian Metal Vases on Ceramics"
Julie Langford-Johnson (Indiana University, Bloomington) "Brothels, Booze, and Back Allies? Reexamining the Moral Topography of Pompeii."
Chad Turner (Loyola University of Chicago) "Tegeans vs. Athenians, Herodotus vs. Plutarch: Reassessing the Historicity of Aristides 12"
Lisa A. Hughes (Indiana University)"The Amiternum Reliefs: A Re-Evaluation of the Role of Freedmen Outside of Rome"
James Whelton (Loyola University of Chicago) "Sexual Fidelity of Female Slaves and the Stability of the Oikos in Homer's Odyssey."
Hugh Cayless (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) "Ovid and Augustus Tonans."