Hanna Roisman

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BOOK CHAPTERS

“Atossa.” Forthcoming. In Looking at Persians. Ed. D. Stuttard. London: Bloomsbury Academic

“Royal Women in Greek Tragedy.” 2021. The Routledge Companion to Women and Monarchy in the Ancient Mediterranean. Eds. E. Carney and S. Müller. Routledge: 283-293

“Clytemnestra and Cassandra.” 2021. In Looking at Agamemnon. Ed. D. Stuttard. London: Bloomsbury Academic: 49--68

*“Euripides’ Electra — Four Cases of Classical Reception.” 2020. 2 vols. Brill’s Companion to Euripides. Ed. A. Markantonatos. Leiden: Brill: Vol. 1: 1027-1045

“Tecmessa.” 2019. In Looking at Ajax. Ed. D. Stuttard. London: Bloomsbury Academic: 97-115

“The Two Sisters.” 2018. In Looking at Antigone. Ed. D. Stuttard. London: Bloomsbury: 63-77

“Euripides; Electra.” 2017. In A Companion to Euripides. Ed. L. McClure; Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell: 166-181

“Thornton Wilder’s Alcestiad or A Place in the Sun.” 2017. In The Reception of Ancient Virtues and Vices in Modern Popular Culture: Beauty, Bravery, Blood and Glory. Eds. E. Almagor and L. Maurice. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill: 60-76.

“Euripides’ Bacchae — A Revenge Play.” 2016. In Looking at Bacchae. Ed. D. Stuttard. London: Bloomsbury Academic: 121-131

“Alcestis.” 2015. In Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Euripides. Eds. R. Lauriola and K. N. Demetriou. Leiden: Brill: 353-380

“Lucian’s Courtesans: Vulnerable Women in a Difficult Occupation.” 2015. In Kinesis: Essays for Donald Lateiner on the Ancient Depiction of Gesture, Motion, and Emotion. Eds. Christina Clark, Edith Foster, and Judith Hallett. Michigan University Press: 188-206

“Greek Epic.” 2016. In Companion to Greek Literature. Eds. Martin Hose and David Shenker. Wiley-Blackwell: 141-154.

“Medea’s Vengeance.” 2014. In Looking at Medea. Ed. D. Stuttard. London: Bloomsbury Academic: 111-22.

“Sexuality in Greek and Roman Tragedy.” 2014. In A Companion to Greek and Roman Sexualities. Ed. Thomas Hubbard. Wiley-Blackwell: 352-65

“Helen and the Power of Erotic Love: From Homeric Contemplation to Hollywood Fantasy.” 2008. In Homer: Analysis & Influence. College Literature: Special Issue 35.4: 127-150

“The Odyssey from Homer to NBC: The Cyclops and the Gods.” 2008. In A Companion to Classical Reception. Eds. Lorna Hardwick and Christopher Stray. Blackwell: 315-326

“Right Rhetoric in Homer.” 2006. In A Companion to Greek Rhetoric. Ed. I. Worthington, Oxford: Blackwell: 429-446

“The Cyclops and the Alcestis: tragic and the absurd.” 2005. In Satyr Drama: Tragedy at Play. Ed. George W.M. Harrison, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales: 67-82

“Old Men and Chirping Cicadas in the Teichoskopia.” 2005. In Approaches to Homer: Ancient and Modern. Ed. R.J. Rabel, Swansea: Classical Press of Wales: 105-118

“Women’s Free Speech in Greek Tragedy.” 2004. In Free Speech in Classical Antiquity. Eds. I. Sluiter and R. Rosen, Brill: 91-114

“Perspectives on Death in Euripides’ Alcestis.” 2002. In Los Estudios Clásicos ante el cambio de milenio: Vida. Muerte. Cultura (2 vols.). Eds. R. Buzón, P. Cavallero, A. Romano, M. E. Steinberg. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires: Vol.2 : 365-374.

“Verbal Odysseus: Narrative Strategy in the Odyssey and in The Usual Suspects.” 2001. In Classical Myth and Culture in the Cinema. Ed. M.M. Winkler, Oxford University Press: 51-71

“A New Look at Seneca’s Phaedra.” 2000. In Seneca in Performance. Ed. George W.M. Harrison, London: Duckworth with the Classical Press of Wales: 73-86

“The Messenger and Eteocles in the Seven against Thebes.” L’Antiquité Classique LIX (1990)

17-36; In Hebrew in Shalom Perlman Book. Thirty-Three Studies in Honor of Shalom Perlman, 1990. Eds. W. Rubinsohn & H. Roisman, Tel Aviv University: 334-351

“Hebrew translations of Horace’s poem to Leuconoe. Part A: Examination of the Metre,” 1985. In Studies in Honour of E.D. Kollmann, Tel Aviv University: 14-26 (in Hebrew)

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

Euripides: Hippolytus. Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 408-415

Euripides: Alcestis, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 339-345

Sophocles: Philoctetes, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 1309-1316

Alcmene, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 88

Diomedes, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 279-280

Free Speech, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 555-556

Hector, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 669-670

Loyalty, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 778-779

Manipulation, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 795-796

Merchant (False), Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 816

Odysseus, Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy. Ed. H.M. Roisman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014: 910-911

Menelaus, Homer Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Finkelberg, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011: 506-50

Nausicaa, Homer Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Finkelberg, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011: 508-509

Hecuba, Homer Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Finkelberg, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011: 334-35

Cinema and TV, Homer Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Finkelberg, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011: 167-169

Reception, Archaic and Classical, Homer Encyclopedia. Ed. M. Finkelberg, Wiley-Blackwell, 2011

ARTICLES

“The Human Cost of Conflict: Greek Tragedy and the Trojan War.” Giornale Italiano di Filologia Forthcoming

“Loyal Clytemnestra: γυναῖκα πιστήν (Aeschylus, Agamemnon 606).” Giornale Italiano di Filologia 70 (2018) 11-18

“The Rhesus — A Prosatyric Play.” Hermes 146 (2018.4) 432-446. For abstract see

https://www.ingentaconnect.com/contentone/fsv/hermes/2015/00000143/00000001/art00001

Rhesus’ Allusions to the Homeric Hector.” Hermes 143.1 (2015) 1-23. For abstract see

https://www.ingentaconnect.com/contentone/fsv/hermes/2018/00000146/00000004/art00003

“Fiction: From Poetic Invention to Immoral Deception.” The Classical Bulletin 85.2 (2009) 57-69

“KINHMA 2006: The Alexander Movies,” with M.M. Winkler, The Classical Outlook 84.3 (2007) 97

“Helen in the Iliad: Causa Belli and Victim of War: From Silent Weaver to Public Speaker,” American Journal of Philology (AJP) 127.1 (2006) 1-36

“Women in Seneca: Phaedra and Medea,” Scholia 14(2005) 72-88

“Nestor the Good Counselor,” Classical Quarterly 55(2005) 17-38

“Teiresias, the seer of Oedipus the King: Sophocles’ and Seneca’s Versions,” Leeds International Classical Studies (LICS) 2.5 (2003) 1-20 (http://www.leeds,ac.uk/classics/lics/)

“Alice and Penelope: Female Indignation in Eyes Wide Shut and the Odyssey, Mouseion , Series III, Vol. 2,(2002 No. 3) 341-364

“Predestination in Early Greek Literature and the Terminator Films,” Classical and Modern Literature 21/2(2001) 99-107

“The Ever-Present Odysseus: Eavesdropping and Disguise in Sophocles’ Philoctetes,Eranos 99(2001) 38-53

“Meter and Meaning,” New England Classical Journal (NECJ) 27 (2000) 182-199

“The Veiled Hippolytus and Phaedra: Reconsideration of the Hippolytus Veiled,” Hermes 127(1999) 398-409

“Teiresias and Obi-Wan: Outside the Scope of the Plot,” New England Classical Journal (NECJ) 26.4(1999) 23-35

“Guileful Ajax and Guileless Odysseus,” Text and Presentation 19(1998) 102-110

“The Appropriation of a Son: Sophocles’ Philoctetes,Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies (GRBS) 38(1997) 127-71

“Like Father Like Son, Telemachus’ kerdea,” Rheinisches Museum für Philologie (RhM) 137 (1994) 1-22

“Eumaeus and Odysseus - Covert Recognition and Self-Revelation?” Illinois Classical Studies (ICS) XV,2 (1990) 215-238

Kerdion in the Iliad, Skill and Trickiness,” Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association (TAPhA) 120(1990) 23-35

“The Opening of the Second Stasimon in Aeschylus’ Eumenides,” Eranos 87 (1989) 77-11

“Nestor’s Advice and Antilochus’ Tactics,” Phoenix 42 (1988) 114-120

“Dry Tearless Eyes,” Mnemosyne XLI (1988) 27-38

“Oedipus’ Curse in Aeschylus’ Septem,Eranos 86 (1988) 77-84

“Penelope’s Indignation,” TAPhA 117(1987) 59-68

“Orestes’ Promise,” GRBS 28(1987) 151-160

“Clytaemnestra’s Ominous Words, Aeschylus, Agamemnon 345-347, Zeitschrift zur Papyrologie und Epigraphik (ZPE) 66(1986) 279-284

“Hesiod’s Ate again,” Scripta Classica Israelica (ICS) VIII-IX (1985) 11-15

“Helen and Penelope,” Bamah 101(1985) 116-125 (in Hebrew)

Ate and its meaning in the Elegies of Solon,” Grazer Beiträge, 11(1984) 21-27

pistos hetairos - ‘loyal comrade’ in the Iliad and the Odyssey,” Acta Classica 26(1983) 15-22

“Hesiod’s Ate,Hermes 111(1983) 491-496

“Hebrew Translations of Greek and Roman Literature, A Bibliography,” E.D. Kollmann & Hanna Roisman-Maslovski, Hasifruth IV(1973) 753-770