Genre in Archaic and Classical Greek Poetry: Theories and Models : Studies in Archaic and Classical Greek Song, Vol. 4
- Hardback | 410 pages
- 155 x 235 x 30.48mm | 789g
- 24 Oct 2019
- Leiden, Netherlands
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Table of contents
Note on Abbreviations, Texts, and Translations
List of Figures and Tables
Notes on Contributors
Margaret Foster, Leslie Kurke and Naomi Weiss
Part 1 Keynote Address
1 Genre, Occasion, and Choral Mimesis Revisited, with Special Reference to the "Newest Sappho"
Part 2 Genre, Generification, and Performance
2 Linus: The Rise and Fall of Lyric Genres
3 Sappho's Parachoral Monody
4 The Speaking Persona: Ancient Commentators on Choral Performance
Part 3 Genre Mixing
5 Chorus Lines: Catalogues and Choruses in Archaic and Early Classical Greek Hexameter Poetry and Choral Lyric
6 Generic Hybridity in Athenian Tragedy
7 Athens and Apolline Polyphony in Bacchylides' Ode 16
Part 4 Affect, Materiality, and the Body: The Somatics of Genre
8 Is Korybantic Performance a (Lyric) Genre?
9 Iambic Horror: Shivers and Brokenness in Archilochus and Hipponax
10 Experiencing Elegy: Materiality and Visuality in the Ambracian Polyandrion
11 Pindar, Paean 6: Genre as Embodied Cultural Knowledge
About Margaret Foster
Leslie Kurke is Gladys Rehard Wood Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. Her work focuses on Greek literature and cultural history; her most recent book (co-authored with Richard Neer) is Pindar, Song, and Space: Towards a Lyric Archaeology (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019).
Naomi Weiss is the Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of the Humanities in the Department of the Classics at Harvard University. She has published widely on ancient Greek theater and performance culture, and is the author of The Music of Tragedy: Performance and Imagination in Euripidean Theater (University of California Press, 2018).
Contributors are: Seth Estrin, Andrew Ford, Margaret Foster, Mark Griffith, Gregory Nagy, Sarah Olsen, Timothy Power, Francesca Schironi, Deborah Steiner, Mario Telo, Naomi Weiss.