New Corinthian-related scholarship published or released online in the last month.
- Yannis A. Lolos, Land of Sikyon: Archaeology and History of a Greek City-State, Hesperia Supplement 39, Princeton 2011: ASCSA.
- Tartaron, Thomas F., Daniel J. Pullen, Richard K. Dunn, Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, Amy Dill, Joseph I. Boyce, “The Saronic Harbors Archaeological Research Project (SHARP): Investigations at Mycenaean Kalamianos, 2007-2009,” in Hesperia 80.4 (2011), 559-634.
- Plenty about Oedipus in Kirk Ormand (ed.), Companion to Sophocles, Malden 2012: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Scattered Corinthiaka in
- Carl A. Huffman (ed.), Aristoxenus of Tarentum Discussion, New Brunswick, NJ, 2012: Transaction Publishers.
- Robin Waterfield, Dividing the Spoils: The War for Alexander the Great’s Empire, Oxford 2011: Oxford University Press.
- Hollmann, Alexander, “Kleisthenes the Stoner: Herodotus 5.67.2,” in Mnemosyne 65.1 (2012), 1-17.
- John Lund, “A New Sequence of the Eponyms in the First Half of the Second Century BC as Established through Seriation,” in Acta Archaeologia 82 (2011), 271-290.
Roman and Late Antique
- Betsey A. Robinson, “Good Luck from Corinth: A Mosaic of Allegory, Athletics, and City Identity,” in AJA 116.1 (2012), 105-132. [Reviewed on Corinthianmatters here]
- A new translation of Apuleius’ The Golden Ass (trans. by Sarah Ruden, Yale University Press 2012).
- Dallas DeForest, “Between Mysteries and Factions: Initiation Rituals, Student Groups, and Violence in the Schools of Late Antique Athens,” in Journal of Late Antiquity 4.2 (2011), 315-342. [reviewed here]