Google Scholar has a very useful alert feature for staying up on research although one has to filter to remove all the junk for words like Corinth. Some recent and forthcoming papers and publications related to things Corinthian
- A number of AIA chapters have featured or will feature some Corinthia lectures this year. Ron Stroud has been circulating his excellent lecture on “Magic and Religion in ancient Corinth” (more appearances slated for the spring). Michael Amandry lectured this week on “Pausanias’ Visit to Corinth: Coins and Architecture”. Tom Tartaron will speak in April on the Mycenaean harbor town of Korphos-Kalamianos.
- Jon Frey spoke recently on new developments in research at Isthmia over the last three years.
- An article in Novum Testamentum on long hair and veils in 1 Corinthians 11:15
- This forthcoming commentary on 1 Corinthians (2012) by Matt Malcolm looks interesting. Some forthcoming articles also related to 1 Corinthians.
- The final issue of Hesperia 2010 included an article on ceramic mortaria of Archaic-Hellenistic date from Corinth.
- Mike Dixon on Early Hellenistic Corinth
- A conference this weekend at Florida State University on “Texts, Non-Texts, and Contexts” includes a paper by John Papadopoulos on new Protogeometric and Geometric potters’ marks including some from Corinth, Perachora, and Isthmia.j
- A review in the Medieval Review of Nevra Necipoğlu’s Byzantium between the Ottomans and the Latins, Politics and Society in the Late Empire (Cambridge 2009) includes a discussion of the Hexamilion Wall in the 15th century
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