Volume 2, Issue 2

On April 12, 2014, 8 undergraduates presented their research to an audience of faculty, students, fellows, and senior fellows at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, DC. This issue will include video from the April symposium. Full papers coming soon.


“Dialect at Himera: An Evaluation of Material and Literary Evidence”
Dan Plekhov, Dickinson College
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Acrostic Authority in Germanicus’ Phaenomena
Max Fabiszewski, University of St. Andrews
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Looking to One Another: Common Knowledge and ‘Alignment’ in the Navy of Democratic Athens”
Mills McArthur, Rhodes College
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Morphing Monsters: The Evolution of Anguipede Giants”
Rachael Dodd, Carleton College
Abstract | Paper and Video

“The Sorcerer Dionysus: Ancient Roots, a Foreign Image, Marginalized Followers, and the Divine Magician”
Kaia Lind, Concordia College
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Put a Cork in It: Martial and the Metaphor of Wine for Writing”
Katlyn Fleming, Sweet Briar College
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Societal Attitudes Toward Metics through the Lens of Aeschylus’ Suppliants and Euripides’ Children of Heracles
Victoria Roeck, University of Notre Dame
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Wily Socrates: How Seriously Should We Take The Arguments of Hippias Minor?”
Michael Ziegler, University of Virginia
Abstract | Video


Editorial Board
Marc Mastrangelo, Dickinson College
Emma Gee, University of St. Andrews
Joe Jansen, Rhodes College
Daniel Moore, Carleton College
Heather Gruber, Concordia College
Bryce Walker, Sweet Briar College
Christopher Baron, University of Notre Dame
Dan Devereux, University of Virginia

Editorial Assistants
Chloe Bollentin, Smith College
Duncan Griffin, Macalester College
Mary Henning, Concordia College
Taylor Johnson, University of Virginia
Ansel Maclaughlin, Rhodes College