She dedicated this building, known as the Building of Eumachia, to Concordia Augusta and to. Now Associate Professor of Classics, University of South Carolina. Professor Dillon was the Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Archaeology from 2013-2016. The E-mail message field is required. The performances can be seen. Date acquired: November 4, 2013 More creator details: edited by Sharon L.
Her book, Learned Girls and Male Persuasion: Gender and Reading in Roman Love Elegy University of California Press, 2003 , examines the arguments of Roman elegy from the perspective of its preferred love object, the docta puella. This information is provided by a service that aggregates data from review sources and other sources that are often consulted by libraries, and readers. Donohue 13 Dress and Adornment in Archaic and Classical Greece 179 Mireille M. Women outside Athens and Rome. More articles are in progress, on various subjects. With Professor Sheila Dillon of Duke University, she co-edited , in which she published three case studies and an article co-authored with Madeleine Henry. Series statement: Blackwell companions to the ancient world.
A Brief History of the Romans. Professor Dillon was a member of the Aphrodisias Excavations in Turkey from 1992-2004, has worked at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on the island of Samothrace, and now spends summers doing fieldwork in Athens. Her current research includes a collaborative project to publish the portrait sculpture from the Excavations in the Athenian Agora with a group of current and former students and a digital mapping project of the archaeology of Roman Athens, a collaborative endeavor centered in the Wired! This Companion presupposes a reader familiar with the ancient world and its art, history, and literature, as well as with current methodologies and theories. Forty years ago was a time of theories and sweeping generalizations, with questions about the western attitude toward women, the origins of misogyny, the relationship between heroines of drama and actual Athenian women, and whether the golden age of Greece was a good time for women. Heyn 32 Women in Imperial Roman Literature 442 Rhiannon Ash 33 Female Portraiture and Female Patronage in the High Imperial Period 453 Rachel Meyers 34 Women in Roman Britain 467 Lindsay Allason-Jones 35 Public Roles for Women in the Cities of the Latin West 478 Emily A. While some of the articles incorporate previously published material, many are original, valuable contributions to the field and could well have been published in a journal. It does not warrant that reviews are accurate.
Prominent scholars tackle the myriad problems inherent in the interpretation of the evidence, and consider the biases and interpretive categories inherited from centuries of scholarship. Being Royal and Female in the Early Hellenistic Period. She has just begun research on a new monograph that will explore the history of portraiture in Athens from the Hellenistic to the Roman periods. Women's Life in Greece and Rome. Olympias, Mother of Alexander the Great. In summer 2012, Professor James co-directed, with Professor Timothy Moore Washington University in St. James is Associate Professor of Classics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Further areas of general interest include gender in Greek tragedy; family and social organization in Homer; the Renaissance Italian New Comedy of Machiavelli and Ariosto. She teaches courses on Greek and Graeco-Roman art and archaeology. The conference papers first appeared in Arethusa 6 1973 followed by an expanded version in 1984. The authors include scholars such as Elizabeth Bartman, Judith P. Most of the Pythagorean women are Greek and come from the Dorian strongholds of Sparta, Argos, or Achaea, or their colonies. James received her doctorate in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Berkeley, with a dissertation on parents and children in Homer, Vergil, and Dante. She is the author of Learned Girls and Male Persuasion: Gender and Reading in Roman Love Elegy 2003 , and the forthcoming Women in Greek and Roman New Comedy.
Cox 21 Gender and Space, Public and Private 288 Monika Trumper 22 Oikos Keeping: Women and Monarchy in the Macedonian Tradition 304 Elizabeth D. She has taught at Clemson since 1973. Illuminating and insightful, A Companion to Women in the Ancient World both challenges preconceived notions and paves the way for new directions in research on women in antiquity. This hefty Blackwell Companion takes an interdisciplinary look at ongoing research on the lives of ancient women. Despite the vigorous growth of the study of women in antiquity, however, some subjects have been barely examined and are not ripe for review or revisionist analysis.
This is an example of the idea of , the socio-political phenomenon of voluntary gift-giving, which exerted an influence on the wealthy people of her time period. The Concordia Augustus was an imperial cult initiated by , widow of , dedicated to the Divus Augustus, the deified emperor Augustus. Unfortunately, the text of the poem itself is not reproduced in Greek or translation. Carney 23 The Women of Ptolemaic Egypt: The View from Papyrology 316 Maryline Parca 24 Jewish Women: Texts and Contexts 329 Laura S. Description 1 online resource xxiv, 616 pages : illustrations, maps.
Her books include The Female Portrait Statue in the Greek World 2010 ; Ancient Greek Portrait Sculpture: Contexts, Subjects, and Styles 2006 , which was awarded the James R. Case study V : Vergil's Dido -- Women in Augustan Rome -- Women in Augustan literature -- Women on the Bay of Naples -- Early imperial female portraiture -- Portraits, prestige, piety : images of women in Roman Egypt -- part V. Subject headings ---- Genre heading Electronic books. Liston 10 Approaches to Reading Attic Vases 141 Kathryn Topper 11 Spartan Girls and the Athenian Gaze 153 Jenifer Neils 12 Interpreting Women in Archaic and Classical Greek Sculpture 167 A. Essays and case studies cover an unprecedented breadth of chronological and geographical range, genres, and themes.
As with any review users should approach reviews critically and where deemed necessary should consult multiple review sources. The Archaic and Classical periods. Selected Professional Works Books Published Arsinoë of Egypt and Macedon: A Royal Life Oxford University Press. She is also editing a volume of essays on Propertius, Golden Cynthia: Essays on Propertius by and for Barbara Flaschenriem University of Michigan Press. Royal Skeletal Remains from Tomb I at Vergina. Thus, the current interest in the fields of classics, ancient history, and classical archaeology and art history in cultural diversity and avoidance of Athenocentricity are reflected in the panoply of subjects covered in the later volume. It is now available in paperback.
Her next major research project will be a study of rape and the social meanings of the female body from Greek myth to the contemporary world. Now Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Richmond. Oxford University Press: New York 2010. More information about the Institute can be found at these two websites. It is impossible to comment in detail on every paper in the Companion. The Arethusa Papers Albany, 1984 , edited by J.