Recent Faculty Research

Recent Publications and Lectures by FSU Classics faculty:

Dr. Francis Cairns
Publications "Propertius 1.1.13" Philologus 58 (2014) 192-196
  "Virgil’s Lime-Wood Yoke (Georgics 1.173-4)" Classical Quarterly 63 (2013) 434-8
  Roman Lyric: Collected Papers on Catulllus and Horace (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 301, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012 (x + 525 pp.)
  "Tibullus 2.5: The Date, the Parilia, and line 35" in Noctes Sinenses. Festschrift für Fritz-Heiner Mutschler zum 65. Geburtstag edd. A. Heil, M. Korn and J. Sauer (Heidelberg 2011) 3-11
  "Tarpeia Pudicitia in Propertius 1.16.2 — and the Early Roman Historians" Rheinisches Museum 154 (2011) 176-184
  "C. Cornelius Gallus and the river Hypanis" RFIC 139 (2011) 326-338
  "The Patronage Circles of Nicolò D’Arco" in Mecenati, Artisti e Pubblico nel Rinascimentoed. L. Sechi Tarugi (Firenze 2011) 79-86
  "Lentulus' Letter: Cicero In Catilinam 3.12; Sallust Bellum Catilinae 44.3-6" Historia 61 (2012) 78-82
Lectures "Ovidian ‘Learning’ in Heroides 20 & 21 (Acontius and Cydippe)": Portugal: Lisbon: XIV A.D. Saeculum Augustum. The Age of Augustus. International Conference, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras
  "The correspondence between Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini and Adam de Moleyns (1443-1445)": Italy: Chianciano-Pienza: XXV Convegno Internazionale “Pio II nell’epistolografia del Rinascimento”
  "Some Generic Sophistications in Hellenistic Epigrams"; Belgium: University of Ghent: Research Seminar in Classical Studies
Dr. Laurel Fulkerson
Publications "Sad Ovid, Angry Augustus." Latomus Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 16 (forthcoming, 2012)
  "Pastoral Appropriation and Assimilation in Ovid's Apollo and Daphne Episode" in E. Karakasis, ed. Post-Vergilian Roman Pastoral.  De Gruyter Trends in Classical Series (forthcoming, 2012)
Lectures “Ovid the Outsider,” Temple University, February 2, 2015
  “Hope in Thucydides,” Emotions Across Cultures Workshop, NYU Abu Dhabi, February 25-26, 2015
  “Torn between Hope and Despair: A Novel Approach to two Emotions.”  CAMWS, Boulder, CO, March 26, 2015
  "Servitium Amoris: Gender, Power and Authorial Voices in Roman Elegy," Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, November 3, 2011
  "How to Write a History of the Emotions," Yale University, New Haven, CT, November 18, 2011
Fellowships Loeb Classical Library Fellowship, 2014-15
  Keeley Visiting Fellowship, Wadham College, Oxford University, Michaelmas and Hilary Terms, 2014-15
Dr. Virginia Lewis
Lectures “Two Sides of the Same Coin: Arethusa, Demeter, and Syracusan Power,” First Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Hellenic Heritage of Southern Italy, Siracusa, May 2015
  “Cultic Connections in Pindar’s Nemean 1,” CAMWS annual meeting, Boulder, March 2015
  “From Resolving Stasis to Ruling Sicily: Herodotus on the Hereditary Priesthood of the Chthonic Goddesses,” APA annual meeting, Chicago, January 2014
Dr. Daniel Pullen
Publications The Early Bronze Age Village on Tsoungiza Hill. Nemea Valley Archaeological Project 1. Princeton, N.J.: American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 2011.
  The Saronic Harbors Archaeological Research Project (SHARP): Investigations at Mycenaean Kalamianos, 2007-2009.  Hesperia 80: 559-634.
Lectures How to Build a Mycenaean Town, to be delivered at the International Conference “Mycenaeans Up-to-Date,” Athens, November 2010
  Expanding Small Worlds: The Saronic Gulf and Mycenaean State Expansion, Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, April 2010
  The Saronic Harbors Archaeological Research Project: The Bronze Age Worlds of Kalamianos, AIA Anaheim, January 2010
Dr. James Sickinger
Publications Rev. of E. Meyer, Metics and the Athenian Phialai-Inscriptions: A Study in Athenian Epigraphy and Law. Historia Einzelschrift 208 (Stuttgart: Steinger Verlag 2009), in Journal of Hellenic Studies 132 (2012), forthcoming
  “Greek Letters on Stone." In The Letter: Epistolary Formats in the Ancient World, 3000 BC—AD 533, edited by U. Yiftach-Firanko (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2012), forthcoming.
  “Marmor Parium”; “Pentakontaetia”; “Perikles”; “Kyrbeis”; “Literacy, Greece”; “Administration, Greece.” Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Edited by R.S. Bagnall, et al. (Oxford: Blackwell, 2012), forthcoming
  "Anonymous Periegete (FGrHist 369).” Brill’s New Jacoby (Leiden: Brill 2010).
  "Diodoros (FGrHist 372).” Brill’s New Jacoby. (Leiden: Brill 2009).
  “Heliodoros of Athens (FGrHist 373).” Brill’s New Jacoby (Leiden: Brill 2009).
Dr. Svetla Slaveva-Griffin
Publications “Contemplative Ascent in Plotinus and Rūmī,” in Philosophy and Religion in Late Antiquity, K. Corrigan, ed., Akademie Verlag (forthcoming 2012)
  “Between the Two Realms: Plotinus’ Pure Soul” in Greek Religion: Philosophy and Salvation, V. Adluri, ed., in the series Religionsgeschichtliche Versuche und Vorarbeiten, de Gruyter, in typeset, 2011, 332-360.
   “Neoplatonic Views on Madness and Madness” in The Concept of Madness from Homer to Byzantium: History and Aspects, H. Perdicoyianni, ed., Peter Lang (forthcoming 2012)
  “Tracing the Untraceable: Plotinian Motifs in the Pseudo-Galenic De Spermate” in Stromata. Neoplatonic Questions, José M. Zamora, ed., Hakkert Publications (forthcoming 2012)
Lectures “Heliodorus and the Middle Platonists’ Romance with the Duality of Soul,” APA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 2012
  “Medical Motifs in the Neoplatonic Conception of Madness,” ISNS Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2011
  “Neoplatonic Views on Madness and Madness,” CAMWS Annual Meeting, Grand Rapids, 2011
  “Plato, Plotinus, and the Chaldean Oracles on Pure Soul,” Neoplatonism and the East, Haifa, 2011
  “Plotinus’ Theory of Number?,” lecture in the Seminar on Philosophy and Mathematics, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, School of Advanced Study, May 2011
Dr. Tim Stover
Publications Epic and Empire in Vespasianic Rome: A New Reading of Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica. Oxford University Press (forthcoming, July 2012)
  “Valerius Flaccus,” in Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics. Ed. Dee Clayman. New York: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
  “Aeneas and Lausus: Killing the Double and Civil War in Aeneid 10,” Phoenix 65.3–4 (forthcoming)
  “Unexampled Exemplarity: Medea in the Argonautica of Valerius Flaccus,” Transactions of the American Philological Association 141.1 (2011), 171-20
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