Sunday, 23 August 2015

Illinois Classical Studies - Special Section: Roman Campania

The newest issue of Illinois Classical Studies features several articles with a Campanian (and even Pompeian) theme:

Table of Contents:

Illinois Classical Studies 40.1 (Spring 2015)

1/ The Place of ψυχή in Plato's Crito
YOSEF Z. LIEBERSOHN, Bar-Ilan University

2. Meidias Tyrannos: Meidias' Tyrannical Attributes in Demosthenes 21
THOMAS GEORGE HENDREN, University of Miami

3. "Honor" in Rhodes: Dio Chrysostom's Thirty-First Oration
COLIN BAILEY, MacEwan University

4. Perturbatio, frugalitas, and bene beateque uiuendum: Ciceronian Philosophy as Ciceronian Defense in Pro Rege Deiotaro
DANIEL HANCHEY, Baylor University

Special Section: Roman Campania

5. Introduction. Campania: Poetics, Location, and Identity
IAN FIELDING AND CAROLE E. NEWLANDS, University of Oxford and University of Colorado, Boulder

6. The Campanian Case of Gaius Lucilius: Downtrodden Satire from Suessa Aurunca
IAN GOH, University of Manchester

7. In the Land of the Giants: Greek and Roman Discourses on Vesuvius and the Phlegraean Fields
CATHERINE CONNORS, University of Washington, Seattle

8. From otium to imperium: Propertius and Augustus at Baiae
AMY LEONARD, Tucker High School

9. Campanian Politics and Poetics in Silius Italicus' Punica
ANTONY AUGOUSTAKIS, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

10. The Literary House of Mr. Octavius Quartio
PETER E. KNOX, Case Western Reserve University

11. Naples and the Landscape of Virgilian otium in the Carmina Bucolica of Petrarch and Boccaccio
IAN FIELDING, University of Oxford

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