2017

Hanna Golab
Postclassical Choral Performances
Amanda Klause
Academy of Notre Dame de Namur
Loss and the Boundaries of the Self in Statius’ Silvae

2016

Emilio Capettini
University of California, Santa Barbara
An Improbable symphony: Genealogy, Paternity, and Identity in Heliodorus’ Aethiopica
Samuel Cooper
Bard High School Early College Queens
Aristophanes, Posthumanism, and the Roots of Science Fiction
Samuel Galson
Independent Scholar
Ovid’s Metamorphoses and the Scientific Revolution
Katharine P.D. Huemoeller
The University of British Columbia
Sex and Slavery in the Roman World
K. Scarlett Kingsley
Agnes Scott College
The New Science: Herodotus' Historical Inquiry and Presocratic Philosophy
Mali Skotheim
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Greek Dramatic Festivals Under the Roman Empire
Wei Wang
Aristotle on Unmoved Mover and Its Necessity
Jessica Wright
University of Southern California
Brain and Soul in Late Antiquity

2015

Joseph Conlon
The Paideia Institute
Persa: Introduction and Commentary
Aaron Kachuck
Cambridge University, Trinity College
Solitude and Imagination: Cicero, Virgil, Horace, Propertius
Dawn La Valle
Magdalen College, Oxford
Methodius of Olympus’ Symposium, Imperial Greek Literature and the Aesthetics of Hope
Georgina White
Central European University, Budapest
Copia Verborum: Cicero’s Philosophical Translations

2014

Virginia Clark
The Lady Eleanor Holles School, Hampton, London
Landscapes of Conquest: Space, Place, and Environment in Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita
Danielle Meinrath
The Brearley School, New York, NY
Leading (And Reading) by Example:  Exemplarity in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Simon Oswald
University of Notre Dame
Trends in Early Epigram
Martin Sirois
McGill University
The Early Cynic Tradition: Shaping Diogenes' Character
Donna Zuckerberg
The Paideia Institute
The Oversubtle Maxim Chasers: Aristophanes, Euripides, and their Reciprocal Pursuit of Poetic Identity

2013

Madeleine Jones
Seneca: The World According to Nature
David Kaufman
Transylvania University
Love, Compassion and Other Vices: A History of the Stoic Theory of the Emotions
Mallory Monaco
Tulane University
The Hellenistic Past in Plutarch’s Lives
Jason Pedicone
The Paideia Institute
Drastic Measures: Meter and the Birth of Book Lyric in Greece and Rome
Daniel Tober
Columbia University
The Autobiographical Community: Local Historiography in Classical and Hellnistic Greece

2012

Adam Gitner
Indiana University
Horace and the Greek Language: Aspects of Literary Bilingualism
Rose MacLean
University of California, Santa Barbara
Cultural Exchange in Roman Society: Freed Slaves and Social Values
Aikaterini Tsolakidou
The Helix of Dionysus: Musical Imagery in Later Euripidean Drama
John A. Tully
Boston Consulting Group
Networks, Hegemony, and Multipolarity in the Hellentistic Cyclades

2011

Rosa Andújar
King’s College London
The Chorus in Dialogue: Reading Lyric Exchanges in Greek Tragedy
Meghan DiLuzio
Baylor University
Female Religious Officials in Republican Rome
Brigitte Libby
Harvard University
Telling Troy: The Narrative Functions of Troy in Roman Poetry
Jennifer Mann
The Moral Psychology of Sincerity in Fifth-Century Athens
Anna Uhlig
University of California, Davis
Script and Song in Pindar and Aeschylus

2010

Pavlos Avlamis
King's College London
Aesopic Lives: Greek Imperial Literature and Urban Popular Culture
Kellam Conover
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Bribery in Classical Athens
Meredith Safran
Trinity College
Civis Romana: Women and Civic Identity in Livy, Auc I

2009

Gil Gambash
Haifa University
The Roman State's Response to Local Resistance
Jacob Mackey
Occidental College
Rethinking Roman Religion: Action, Practice, and Belief
Emily Pillinger
King's College London
Great Expectations: The Poetry and Poetics of Inspired Prophecy
Carey Seal
University of California, Davis
Philosophy and Community in Seneca's Prose
A. Thomas Zanker
Amherst College
Narratives of Cultural Pessimism in Horace's Odes and Epodes

2008

Jessica Clark
Florida State University
Vestigia Cladis: The Afterlife of Defeat in the Roman Historical Imagination
Dana Fields
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
The Rhetoric of Parrhesia in Roman Greece
Luca Grillo
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ideology and Community in Caesar's Bellum Civile
Eugenia Lao
Independent Scholar/Editor
Restoring the Treasury of Mind: The Practical Knowledge of the Natural History
Pauline LeVen
Yale University
The Many-Headed Muse: Tradition and Innovation in Fourth-Century B.C. Greek Lyric Poerty
Christopher Noble
Syracuse University
Plotinus on the Passions
Simon Noriega-Olmos
Center of Philosophy, University of Lisbon
Language, Thought, and Reality in Aristotle's De Interpretatione and De Anima
Nadejda Popov-Reynolds
University of West Georgia
Soldier Speech Acts in Greek and Roman Literature and Society
Susan Satterfield
Rhodes College
Rome's Own Sibyl: The Sibylline Books in the Roman Republic and Early Empire
Robert Sobak
Bowdoin College
Skill, Exchange and Common-Knowledge: Studies on Craftsmen and Craftsmanship in Democratic Athens
Marie Louise von Glinski
Independent Scholar
Likeness and Identity: The Problem of the Simile in Ovid’s Metamorphoses

2007

Jonathan Master
Emory University
The Empire Strikes Back: Roman and Other in the Histories of Tacitus
David Teegarden
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Defending Democracy: A Study of Ancient Greek Anti-Tyranny Legislation

2006

Angeline Chiu
University of Vermont
Calendar Girls: Women, Genre, and Roman Identity in Ovid's Fasti
Sarah Ferrario
The Catholic University of America
Towards the 'Great Man': Individuals and Groups as Agents of Historical Change in Classical Greece
John Fisher
Rutgers University
Reinventing Epic: Traditional Poetry and the Annales of Quintus Ennius
Nathan Powers
University at Albany, State University of New York
Divine Providence: Origins, Context, and Significance of the Stoic Theory
Nicholas Rynearson
Independent Scholar
Socratic Erotic Expertise: From Socrates' Erôtikê Technê to Plato's Textual Seduction

2005

Sean Corner
McMaster University
Philos and Polites: The Symposion and the Origins of the Polis

2004

Peter Burk
Festival Piety and Convival Play: Theocritus' Idylls in Their Contemporary Performance Contexts
Joshua Reynolds
Ins. Res. Class. Phil. & Science
Inquiries into Signs and Sign-Inference in Greek Literature before Aristotle
Mira Seo
Yale-NUS College
Allusive Characterization from Apolloniuis to Statius

2003

Paolo Asso
University of Dallas
Myth and History in Lucan’s African Interlude: A Commentary on Bellum Civile
Elizabeth Greene
Brock University
Propemptikon and Circumstance: The Performance Context of the Departure Speech
Emily Mackil
University of California, Berkeley
Koinon and Loinonia: Mechanisms and Structures of Political Collectivity in Classical and Hellenistic Greece

2002

Scott Garner
Rhodes College
Studies in Early Greek Colometry: Traditional Techniques of Composition and Word Placement in Archaic Epic and Other Verse
Edward Gutting
Conjugal and Erotic Love in the Aeneid
Andromache Karanika
University of California, Irvine
The Work of Poetry and the Poetics of Work: Women's Performances at Work in Early Greek Literature
Christopher Lee
Defining the Holy: Visions of the Ascetic in Late Antiquity

2001

Kasia Allen
University of California, Berkeley
Philobarbarism: A study in Greek Interchanges with the Non-Greeks in the Fourth Century BCE
Lawrence Kim
Trinity University
Supplementing Homer: Creativity and Conjecture in Ancient Homer Criticism
Kenneth Trethewey
Hart Intercivic
The Image of Scipio Africanus, 235-201BC: A Resource for the Study of Roman Cultural Change During the Middle Republic

1999

Ingo Gildenhard
Cambridge University
Litterae Togatae: Studies in the Semantics and Sociology of Roman Republican Literary Practices
Grant Parker
Stanford University
Luxury and Austerity: india in the Roman Imperial Imagination
Erika Thorgerson
University of Georgia at Athens
The Vita Augustini of Possidius: The Remaking of Augustine for a Post-Augustinian World
Katharina Volk
Columbia University
Carmen Et Res: The Poetics of Latin Didactic (Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid)

1998

Ryan Balot
University of Toronto
A Genealogy of 'Greed' in Classical Athens
Juan F. Garcia
University of San Francisco
The Poetic Language of Early Greek Choral Lyric: Origin and Development
Sarah Harrell
Cultural Geography of East and West: Literary Representations of Archaic Sicilian Tyranny and Cult
Susan Lape
University of Southern California
Menandrian Comedy and Democracy in Early Hellenistic Athens
Alison Orlebeke
University of Colorado at Boulder
Aspects of Innovation in Propertius' Third Book
Velvet Yates
University of Florida
Madman, Sophist, and Imitator: Plato's Strategies for Representing the Poet

1997

Katharine Derderian
Médecins sans Frontières (Belgium)
Leaving Words to Remember: The Homeric Lament, the Archaic Grave Epigram, and the Advent of Literacy
Katherine Eldred
GE Capital International
Reading Violence in Lucan's Pharsalia
Sara Forsdyke
University of Michigan
Exile in Greek political Development and Historical Imagination
Charles Pazdernik
Grand Valley State University
A Dangerous Liberty and a Servitude Free from Care: Political ELEUTHERIA and DOULEIA in Procopius of Caesarea and Thucydides of Athens
Paul A. Zissos
University of California, Irvine
Voyage and Progress: Studies in the Argonautica of Valerius Flaccus

1996

Mark Becker
Intelligent Autumation, Inc
Greek culture and the Ideology of Roman Empire in Cicero's Verrine Orations
Randall Ganiban
Middlebury College
Nefas, Desire and Spectacle in Statius' Thebaid
Benjamin King
University of California, Riverside
Wisdom and Happiness in Herodotus' Histories

1995

William Kerr
University of New Brunswick
A Chronological Study of the Marcomannic Wars of Marcus Aurelius
Elizabeth Key-Fowden
University of Cambridge
Sergius of Rusafa: Sacred Defense in Late Antique Syria-Mesopotamia
Noel E. Lenski
University of Colorado
Valens and the Fourth Century Empire
John A. Palmer, III
University of Florida
Aspects of Plato's Reception of Parmenides
Gonda Van Steen
University of Florida
Aristophanes in Modern Greece: From Textual Reception to Performance Dialectics

1994

André P.M.H. Lardinois
Radboud University
Wisdom in Context: The Use of Gnomic Statements in Archaic Greek Poetry
Kathleen McCarthy
University of California, Berkeley
Masterful Inventions: The Art of Authority in Plautine Comedy
Daniel Mendelshon
Bard College
Altered States: Gender and the Theater of Civic Identity in Euripides' Political Plays
Nancy Worman
Barnard College
The Persuasion of Style: Helen and Odysseus in Court and Theater

1993

Tad Brennan
Cornell University
Ethics and Epistemology in Empiricus
Jane Chaplin
Middlebury College
Livy's Use of Exempla and the lessons of the Past
Kerry Christensen
Williams College
Athens and the Conquest of Salamis: Crisis, Competition and innovation in the Saronic Gulf
Ronald Cluett
Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered
The Posthumous Reputation of Pompey the Great
Hilary Mackie
Rice University
Talking Trojan: The Theme of inconclusive Conflict in the Iliad

1992

Craige Champion
Syracuse University
The Indirect Historian: The Depiction of Group Character in Polybius' Histories 1-6
Lisa Maurizio
Bates College
Delphic Narratives: Reconstextulizing the Pythia and her Prephesies
Pavlos Sfyroeras
Middlebury College
The Feast of Poetry; Sacrifice, Foundation and Performance in Aristophanic Comedy

1991

Andrew Keller
Collegiate School
Comic Wisdom: Aristophanes and Plato
Jeffrey Purinton
University of Oklahoma
Epicurus' Libertarian Atomism
David Rosenbloom
University of Maryland - Baltimore County
The Tragedy of Power: Myth, Memory, and Hegemony in the Theater of Aischylos
Ralph Smith
Hillsbourough High School, World Language Department
Language Behavior in Old and New Comedy: Some Applications of Discourse Analysis to a Study of Aristophanes' Clouds and Menander's Dyscolos
W. Duncan Stalker
The Role of the Etruscans in Virgil's Aeneid
Stephen Wheeler
The Pennsylvania State University
Repetition, Continuity and Closure in Ovid’s Metamorphoses

1990

Kathryn Argetsinger
University of Rochester
Dies Natales: Self, patron, and City in Roman Religion
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