Classical Presences series

titles in this series, according to the University of Minnesota online catalog, searched on 9/9/16

Arranged by: Newest titles first:

The Senecan aesthetic : a performance history / Helen Slaney. Wilson Library PA6685 .S53 2016

A Cockney Catullus : the reception of Catullus in Romantic Britain, 1795-1821 / Henry Stead. Wilson Library PA6276 .S74 2016

Lucretius and the early modern / edited by David Norbrook, Stephen Harrison, and Philip Hardie. Wilson Library PA6484 .L83 2016

Ancient Rome and the construction of modern homosexual identities / edited by Jennifer Ingleheart. Wilson Library HQ76.2.R6 A53 2015

Sex, knowledge, and receptions of the past / edited by Kate Fisher and Rebecca Langlands. Wilson Library HQ12 .S49 2015

Son of classics and comics / edited by George Kovacs and C.W. Marshall. Wilson Library Quarto PN6725 .S66 2016

Robert Graves and the classical tradition / edited by A.G.G. Gibson. Wilson Library PR6013.R35 Z762 2015

Tragedy and the idea of modernity / edited by Joshua Billings and Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library PA3136 .T73 2015

Greece and Rome at the Crystal Palace : classical sculpture and modern Britain, 1854-1936 / Kate Nichols. Wilson Library NB87.L6 C796 2015

Classical traditions in science fiction / Brett M. Rogers and Benjamin Eldon Stevens [editors]. Wilson Library PS374.S35 C585 2015

Vergil in Russia : national identity and classical reception / Zara Martirosova Torlone. Wilson Library PA6825 .T67 2014

Interrogating Antigone in postmodern philosophy and criticism / edited by S.E. Wilmer and Audronė Žukauskaitė. Wilson Library PA4413.A7 I58 2010

Greek epigram in reception. J. A. Symonds, Oscar Wilde, and the invention of desire, 1805-1929 / Gideon Nisbet. Wilson Library PA3123 .N57 2013

The antiquity of the Italian nation : the cultural origins of a political myth in modern Italy, 1796-1943 / Antonino De Francesco. Wilson Library DG551 .D44 2013

Piecing together the fragments : translating classical verse, creating contemporary poetry / Josephine Balmer. Wilson Library PA3537 .B35 2013

Toni Morrison and the classical tradition : transforming American culture / Tessa Roynon. Wilson Library PS3563.O8749 Z87 2013

Greek tragedy on screen / Pantelis Michelakis. Wilson Library PN1997.85 .M53 2013

Two thousand years of solitude : exile after Ovid / edited by Jennifer Ingleheart. Wilson Library PA6537 .T86 2011

Tradition, translation, trauma : the classic and the modern / edited by Jan Parker, Timothy Mathews. Wilson Library PA3012 .T73 2011

Winckelmann and the invention of antiquity. History and aesthetics in the age of Altertumswissenschaft / Katherine Harloe. Wilson Library N7483.W5 H37 2013

Classics and national cultures. Wilson Library CB151 .C53 2010

Crossroads in the Black Aegean : Oedipus, Antigone, and dramas of the African diaspora / Barbara Goff and Michael Simpson. Wilson Library PL8010 .G64 2007

Living classics : Greece and Rome in contemporary poetry in English / edited by S.J. Harrison. Wilson Library PR508.C68 L58 2009

Antiquity on display : regimes of the authentic in Berlin’s Pergamon Museum / Can Bilsel. Wilson Library CC72 .B55 2012

Homer and the politics of authority in Renaissance France / Marc Bizer. Wilson Library DC111.5 .B49 2011

Madly after the muses : Bengali poet Michael Madhusudan Datta and his reception of the Graeco-Roman classics / Alexander Riddiford. Wilson Library PK1718.D74 Z8385 2013

Minos and the moderns : Cretan myth in twentieth-century literature and art / Theodore Ziolkowski. Wilson Library PN56.M95 Z55 2008

Theatre of the condemned : classical tragedy on Greek prison islands. Wilson Library PA3136 .V36 2011

The nation and its ruins : antiquity, archaeology, and national imagination in Greece / Yannis Hamilakis. Wilson Library DF741 .H33 2007

Louis MacNeice : the classical radio plays / edited by Amanda Wrigley and S.J. Harrison. Wilson Library PR6025.A316 A6 2013

Black Odysseys : the Homeric Odyssey in the African diaspora since 1939 / Justine McConnell. Wilson Library PL8010 .M33 2013

Placing modern Greece : the dynamics of Romantic Hellenism, 1770-1840 / Constanze Güthenke. Wilson Library PT313 .G88 2008

Athens in Paris : ancient Greece and the political in post-war French thought / Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library JA84.F8 L45 2005

Classics in post-colonial worlds / edited by Lorna Hardwick and Carol Gillespie. Wilson Library PR9080.5 .C6 2007

Laughing with Medusa : classical myth and feminist thought / edited by Vanda Zajko and Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library PN56.M95 L38 2006

Milton and the metamorphosis of Ovid / Maggie Kilgour. Wilson Library PR3588 .K55 2012

Classical sculpture and the culture of collecting in Britain since 1760 / Viccy Coltman. Wilson Library NB85 .C65 2009

Homer in the twentieth century : between world literature and the western canon / edited by Barbara Graziosi and Emily Greenwood. Wilson Library PA4037 .H7775 2007

Classics and imperialism in the British empire / edited by Mark Bradley. Wilson Library DA485 .C53 2010

Afro-Greeks : dialogues between Anglophone Caribbean literature and classics in the twentieth century / Emily Greenwood. Wilson Library PR9205.05 .G74 2010

Romantic antiquity : Rome in the British imagination, 1789-1832 / Jonathan Sachs. Wilson Library PR457 .S33 2010

African Athena : new agendas / edited by Daniel Orrells, Gurminder K. Bhambra, and Tessa Roynon. Wilson Library CB235 .A47 2011

Classics and comics / edited by George Kovacs and C. W. Marshall. Wilson Library PN6725 .C57 2011

Victorian women writers and the classics : the feminine of Homer / Isobel Hurst. Wilson Library PR115 .H87 2006

Derrida and antiquity / edited by Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library B2430.D483 D63 2010

Sibylline sisters : Virgil’s presence in contemporary women’s writing / Fiona Cox. Wilson Library PN771 .C7325 2011

Dynamic reading : studies in the reception of Epicureanism / edited by Brooke Holmes and W.H. Shearin. Wilson Library B512 .D96 2012

Classical culture and modern masculinity / Daniel Orrells. Wilson Library HQ13 .O77 2011

Classical myth and psychoanalysis : ancient and modern stories of the self / edited by Vanda Zajko and Ellen O’Gorman. Wilson Library BF175.4.M98 C53 2013

Conversing with antiquity : English poets and the classics, from Shakespeare to Pope / David Hopkins. Wilson Library PR545.C67 H66 2010

Ancient slavery and abolition : from Hobbes to Hollywood / edited by Edith Hall, Richard Alston, and Justine McConnell. Wilson Library HT861 .A65 2011

Virgil’s schoolboys : the poetics of pedagogy in Renaissance England / by Andrew Wallace. Wilson Library PA6824 .W35 2010

The other Virgil : ‘pessimistic’ readings of the Aeneid in early modern culture / Craig Kallendorf. Wilson Library PA6824 .K35 2007

Classics in Post-Colonial Worlds [electronic resource]. Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text
Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text

The Nation and its Ruins [electronic resource] : Antiquity, Archaeology, and National Imagination in Greece Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text
Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text

Homer in the Twentieth Century [electronic resource] : Between World Literature and the Western Canon Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text
Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text

 

TITLES A-Z

African Athena : new agendas / edited by Daniel Orrells, Gurminder K. Bhambra, and Tessa Roynon. Wilson Library CB235 .A47 2011

Afro-Greeks : dialogues between Anglophone Caribbean literature and classics in the twentieth century / Emily Greenwood. Wilson Library PR9205.05 .G74 2010

Ancient Rome and the construction of modern homosexual identities / edited by Jennifer Ingleheart. Wilson Library HQ76.2.R6 A53 2015

Ancient slavery and abolition : from Hobbes to Hollywood / edited by Edith Hall, Richard Alston, and Justine McConnell. Wilson Library HT861 .A65 2011

Antiquity on display : regimes of the authentic in Berlin’s Pergamon Museum / Can Bilsel. Wilson Library CC72 .B55 2012

Athens in Paris : ancient Greece and the political in post-war French thought / Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library JA84.F8 L45 2005

Black Odysseys : the Homeric Odyssey in the African diaspora since 1939 / Justine McConnell. Wilson Library PL8010 .M33 2013

Classical culture and modern masculinity / Daniel Orrells. Wilson Library HQ13 .O77 2011

Classical myth and psychoanalysis : ancient and modern stories of the self / edited by Vanda Zajko and Ellen O’Gorman. Wilson Library BF175.4.M98 C53 2013

Classical sculpture and the culture of collecting in Britain since 1760 / Viccy Coltman. Wilson Library NB85 .C65 2009

Classical traditions in science fiction / Brett M. Rogers and Benjamin Eldon Stevens [editors]. Wilson Library PS374.S35 C585 2015

Classics and comics / edited by George Kovacs and C. W. Marshall. Wilson Library PN6725 .C57 2011

Classics and imperialism in the British empire / edited by Mark Bradley. Wilson Library DA485 .C53 2010

Classics and national cultures. Wilson Library CB151 .C53 2010

Classics in post-colonial worlds / edited by Lorna Hardwick and Carol Gillespie. Wilson Library PR9080.5 .C6 2007

Classics in Post-Colonial Worlds [electronic resource]. Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text

Cockney Catullus : the reception of Catullus in Romantic Britain, 1795-1821, A / Henry Stead. Wilson Library PA6276 .S74 2016

Conversing with antiquity : English poets and the classics, from Shakespeare to Pope / David Hopkins. Wilson Library PR545.C67 H66 2010

Crossroads in the Black Aegean : Oedipus, Antigone, and dramas of the African diaspora / Barbara Goff and Michael Simpson. Wilson Library PL8010 .G64 2007

Derrida and antiquity / edited by Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library B2430.D483 D63 2010

Dynamic reading : studies in the reception of Epicureanism / edited by Brooke Holmes and W.H. Shearin. Wilson Library B512 .D96 2012

Greece and Rome at the Crystal Palace : classical sculpture and modern Britain, 1854-1936 / Kate Nichols. Wilson Library NB87.L6 C796 2015

Greek epigram in reception. J. A. Symonds, Oscar Wilde, and the invention of desire, 1805-1929 / Gideon Nisbet. Wilson Library PA3123 .N57 2013

Greek tragedy on screen / Pantelis Michelakis. Wilson Library PN1997.85 .M53 2013

Homer and the politics of authority in Renaissance France / Marc Bizer. Wilson Library DC111.5 .B49 2011

Homer in the twentieth century : between world literature and the western canon / edited by Barbara Graziosi and Emily Greenwood. Wilson Library PA4037 .H7775 2007

Homer in the Twentieth Century [electronic resource] : Between World Literature and the Western Canon Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text

Interrogating Antigone in postmodern philosophy and criticism / edited by S.E. Wilmer and Audronė Žukauskaitė. Wilson Library PA4413.A7 I58 2010

Laughing with Medusa : classical myth and feminist thought / edited by Vanda Zajko and Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library PN56.M95 L38 2006

Living classics : Greece and Rome in contemporary poetry in English / edited by S.J. Harrison. Wilson Library PR508.C68 L58 2009

Louis MacNeice : the classical radio plays / edited by Amanda Wrigley and S.J. Harrison. Wilson Library PR6025.A316 A6 2013

Lucretius and the early modern / edited by David Norbrook, Stephen Harrison, and Philip Hardie. Wilson Library PA6484 .L83 2016

Madly after the muses : Bengali poet Michael Madhusudan Datta and his reception of the Graeco-Roman classics / Alexander Riddiford. Wilson Library PK1718.D74 Z8385 2013

Milton and the metamorphosis of Ovid / Maggie Kilgour. Wilson Library PR3588 .K55 2012

Minos and the moderns : Cretan myth in twentieth-century literature and art / Theodore Ziolkowski. Wilson Library PN56.M95 Z55 2008

Piecing together the fragments : translating classical verse, creating contemporary poetry / Josephine Balmer. Wilson Library PA3537 .B35 2013

Placing modern Greece : the dynamics of Romantic Hellenism, 1770-1840 / Constanze Güthenke. Wilson Library PT313 .G88 2008

Robert Graves and the classical tradition / edited by A.G.G. Gibson. Wilson Library PR6013.R35 Z762 2015

Romantic antiquity : Rome in the British imagination, 1789-1832 / Jonathan Sachs. Wilson Library PR457 .S33 2010

Sex, knowledge, and receptions of the past / edited by Kate Fisher and Rebecca Langlands. Wilson Library HQ12 .S49 2015

Sibylline sisters : Virgil’s presence in contemporary women’s writing / Fiona Cox. Wilson Library PN771 .C7325 2011

Son of classics and comics / edited by George Kovacs and C.W. Marshall. Wilson Library Quarto PN6725 .S66 2016

The antiquity of the Italian nation : the cultural origins of a political myth in modern Italy, 1796-1943 / Antonino De Francesco. Wilson Library DG551 .D44 2013

The nation and its ruins : antiquity, archaeology, and national imagination in Greece / Yannis Hamilakis. Wilson Library DF741 .H33 2007

The Nation and its Ruins [electronic resource] : Antiquity, Archaeology, and National Imagination in Greece Availability:Electronic version at ebrary Academic Complete: Full Text

The other Virgil : ‘pessimistic’ readings of the Aeneid in early modern culture / Craig Kallendorf. Wilson Library PA6824 .K35 2007

The Senecan aesthetic : a performance history / Helen Slaney. Wilson Library PA6685 .S53 2016

Theatre of the condemned : classical tragedy on Greek prison islands. Wilson Library PA3136 .V36 2011

Toni Morrison and the classical tradition : transforming American culture / Tessa Roynon. Wilson Library PS3563.O8749 Z87 2013

Tradition, translation, trauma : the classic and the modern / edited by Jan Parker, Timothy Mathews. Wilson Library PA3012 .T73 2011

Tragedy and the idea of modernity / edited by Joshua Billings and Miriam Leonard. Wilson Library PA3136 .T73 2015

Two thousand years of solitude : exile after Ovid / edited by Jennifer Ingleheart. Wilson Library PA6537 .T86 2011

Vergil in Russia : national identity and classical reception / Zara Martirosova Torlone. Wilson Library PA6825 .T67 2014

Victorian women writers and the classics : the feminine of Homer / Isobel Hurst. Wilson Library PR115 .H87 2006

Virgil’s schoolboys : the poetics of pedagogy in Renaissance England / by Andrew Wallace. Wilson Library PA6824 .W35 2010

Winckelmann and the invention of antiquity. History and aesthetics in the age of Altertumswissenschaft / Katherine Harloe. Wilson Library N7483.W5 H37 2013

Textual History of the Bible Online

The Textual History of the Bible brings together all available information regarding the textual history, textual character, translation techniques, manuscripts, and the importance of each textual witness for each book of the Hebrew Bible, including its deutero-canonical scriptures. In addition, it includes articles on the history of research, the editorial histories of the Hebrew Bible, as well as other aspects of text-critical research and its auxiliary fields, or Hilfswissenschaften, such as papyrology, codicology, and linguistics.

Textual History of the Bible Online

 

Brill’s New Pauly online!

It’s here! Complete online access to Brill’s New Pauly, ancient and classical, with all the supplements! This is a restricted resource, so you need to login* to the U and the Libraries to gain access.

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http://primo.lib.umn.edu/TWINCITIES:default_scope:UMN_ALMA61648102440001701

The link goes to the catalog record which will, in turn, link to the resource after you authenticate with your U of M login.

What’s included:

Supplements 1 which includes Volumes 1-6, and just released Supplements II, Vol 7.
The rest of Supplements II, Volumes 8 through 13 are pending in future years as the print is published.

Prof. Bernard Levinson article on Temple Scroll

Author: Bernard M. Levinson
Refining the Reconstruction of Col. 2 of the Temple Scroll (11QTa): The Turn to Digital Mapping and Historical Syntax*
Source: Dead Sea Discoveries, Volume 23, Issue 1, pages 1 – 26 Publication Year : 2016
DOI: 10.1163/15685179-12341369
ISSN: 0929-0761 E-ISSN: 1568-5179
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Dr. Levinson Inside the entrance to Cave 11 at Qumran

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Dr. Levinson examining manuscript fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls at the Israel Antiquities Authority Laboratory

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Qumran Cave 11: The unmarked cave where the fascinating manuscript of the Temple Scroll was found

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An overview of the caves at Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found

Qumran Caves Overview

Professor Levinson – Goodman Lecture

“The Uncensored Voice: Suffering, Protest, and Lament in the Hebrew Bible”
CNES Professor Hanne Loeland Levinson to deliver Goodman Lecture at St. Kate’s
Thursday, May 12

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Flyer: Goodman Lecture_2016

The featured speaker at the 2016 Goodman Lecture will be Dr. Hanne Loeland Levinson. Dr. Levinson is an assistant professor in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies at the University of Minnesota. A member of the Center of Jewish Studies at the U of M, Dr. Levinson’s research centers on the academic study of the Hebrew Bible with a focus on gender studies, prophetic literature, and narratives around death and death wishes.

Her first book, Silent or Salient Gender? The Interpretation of Gendered God-Language in the Hebrew Bible, Exemplified in Isaiah 42, 46 and 49 (Mohr Siebeck, 2008), received the  John Templeton Award for Theological Promise in 2008. Currently, she is working on a book with the working title: Wishing for Death or Fighting for Life: Death Wishes in the Hebrew Bible. She has also taught at the MF Norwegian School of Theology in Oslo, Norway, and has been a visiting scholar at institutions in Israel, South Africa and the U.S.

She fell in love with the literature and ideas of the Hebrew Bible as an undergraduate and continues to be fascinated by these texts in her work as a teacher and scholar of the Hebrew Bible. She is concerned about reading the texts in light of their literary and historical context, but is also interested in the dialogue between contemporary questions and the biblical texts.

More information at https://www.stkate.edu/alumnae/lifelong-learning

This event is free, but tickets are required to ensure seating. Tickets will be available online at oshag.stkate.edu or by phone at 651-690-6700 closer to the date of the lecture.