Hard to believe that December is already here – quite a lot of new scholarship delivered electronically in November.
- Erika Weiberg, “The invisible dead : The case of the Argolid and Corinthia during the Early Bronze Age,” in Helen Cavanagh, William Cavanagh and James Roy (eds.), Honouring the Dead in the Peloponnese: Proceedings of the conference held at Sparta 23-25 April 2009, CSPS Online Publication 2 prepared by Sam Farnham, 2011, pp. 781-796.
- Wiley’s recently published Encyclopedia of War has numerous entries related to the Corinthia such as, for example, Titus Quinctius Flamininus, Peloponnesian War, Second Macedonian War. Subscription necessary for full access.
- Corinthiaka in William B. Murray, The Age of Titans: The Rise and Fall of the Greek Hellenistic Navies, Oxford 2012: Oxford University Press.
- Alex G. Tsagarellis, Once upon a Time, on Lesbos, AuthorHouse 2011. Via Amazon and Google Books. Another work of historical fiction incorporating historical details about Corinth, and images of a wealthy city based on trade and the diolkos.
- Brian Brock, “Theologizing Inclusion: 1 Corinthians 12 and the Politics of the Body of Christ,” in Journal of Religion, Disability and Health 15.4 (2011), 351-376.
- Frank D. Macchia, “The Spirit-baptised Church,” in International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 11.4 (2011), 256-268.
- Daniel A. Madigan, “The Body of Christ: 1 Corinthians 11:23-27 and 12:12-13, 27,” in David Marshall (ed.), Communicating the Word: Revelation, Translation, and Interpretation in Christianity and Islam: a record of the seventh Building Bridges seminar convened by the Archbishop of Canberbury, Rome, May 2008, Georgetown University Press 2011, pp. 83-87.
- Eight papers on 2 Corinthians 5:14-21 have recently been made available for reading at this website. These were delivered as part of two sessions on 2 Corinthians at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature Conference in San Francisco, November 2011. Note that “The papers are protected by copyright and may only be used by participants in the context of our SBL seminars in San Francisco. For questions please contact the seminar chairs.”
- Considerable discussion of 1 and 2 Corinthians in:
- James W. Thompson, Moral Formation According to Paul: The Context and Coherence of Pauline Ethics, Grand Rapids 2011: Baker Academic
- Samuel Zenner, The Gospel of Thomas: In the Light of Early Jewish, Christian and Islamic Esoteric Trajectories, London 2011: The Matheson Trust.
- Milton Walsh, In Memory of Me: A Meditation on the Roman Canon, Ignatius Press: San Francisco 2011.
- Amelia R. Brown, “Banditry or Catastrophe?: History, Archaeology, and Barbarian Raids on Roman Greece,” in R.W. Mathisen & D. Shanzer, eds., Romans, Barbarians, and the Transformation of the Roman
World: Cultural Interaction and the Creation of Identity in Late Antiquity, Farnham 2011: Ashgate, pp. 79-96.
- Florin Curta, “Still Waiting for the Barbarians? The Making of the Slavs in ‘Dark-Age’ Greece,” in F. Curta (ed.), Neglected Barbarians, Turnhout Brepols Publishers: 2010, published online November 2011.
Early Modern and Modern:
- On the recently proposed Istanbul canal: Seda Kundak and Mete Basar Baypinar, “The Crazy Project – Canal Istanbul,” in TeMA, Journal of Land Use, Mobility, and Environment 4.3 (2011), 53-63
- Lucy Pollard, “‘Every stone tells a story’: the uses of classical texts by seventeenth-century English visitors to Greece and Asia Minor,” in Classical Receptions Journal, November 2011.
- G. Roberts, I. Papanikolaou, A. Vött, D. Pantosti and H. Hadler, Field Trip Guide, 2011: Active Tectonics and Earthquake Geology of the Perachora Peninsula and the Area of the Isthmus, Corinth Gulf, Greece
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