FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Classics – April 2022April 4, 2022
Eleven entries from the Department of Classics. Entries include translated editions of Katia Karadjova-Kozhuharova’s The Friendly Crocodile, a book on the Phoenician Origins of Samaria, a study of disability and infanticide in Ancient Greece, and a volume in the Corinth Excavations series of the American School of Classical Studies.
Chew, Kathryn. Katia Karadjova-Kozhuharova, The Friendly Crocodile / ὁ εὐμενὴςκροκόδειλος, Emily Fernandes ill., Kathryn Chew tr. Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University Press, 2021. (including three CSULB students who are credited on the rear inside cover).
—. Katia Karadjova-Kozhuharova, The Friendly Crocodile / Ille crocodilus benignus, Emily Fernandes ill., Kathryn Chew tr. Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University Press, 2021. (including five CSULB students who are credited on the rear inside cover).
—. “Mother, Monster, Myth: Jeffers’ Medea as a Teaching Text,” Jeffers Studies 21 (2021) 79-99.
—. “Thematic Texts: Martial, Tertullian” in the Oxford Handbook of Sport and Spectacle. Edited by Alison Futrell and Thomas Habinek. 2021. 320-329.
Meyer, Nancy O. The Real Israel Disembarked: The Phoenician Origins of Samaria, Contributions to Biblical Exegesis and Theology 110 (Bristol CT: Peeters, 2021).
Sneed, Debby. “Disability and Infanticide in Ancient Greece.” Hesperia Vol. 90 No. 4: 747-772 (2021).
—. Review of Liv Albert, Greek Mythology: The Gods, Goddesses, and Heroes Handbook. New York: Adams Media, 2021. Rhea Classical Reviews.
—. Review of Ellen Adams, ed., Disability studies and the classical body: the forgotten other. Routledge studies in ancient disabilities. Abingdon; New York: Routledge, 2021. Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2022.02.09.
Morris and Debby Sneed. “A Brief Guide to Disability Terminology & Theory in Ancient World Studies.” Blog for the Society for Classical Studies, 2021.
Scotton, Paul. Corinth XXII The Julian Basilica: An Architectural, Epigraphical, and Sculptural Investigation co-authored with Catherine Vanderpool and Carolynn Roncaglia. A volume in the Corinth Excavations series of the American School of Classical Studies, Athens. 2022 (available April 28, 2022).
—. Review of Hieropolis di Frigia X Il tempo a nel santuario di Apollo, architettura, decorazione e contesto, Tommaso Ismaelli, JRA, 2021, 901-905.