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- Bielman, A. ; Lenzo, G. (à paraître) « Réflexions à propos de la "régence" féminine hellénistique: l’exemple de Cléopâtre I », Studi ellenistici XXVII.

- Calame, C. (2014) « Compétences et performances poétiques en Grèce classique : Hélène et le chant rituel », in S. Bornand & C. Leguy (eds.), Compétence et performance. Perspectives interdisciplinaires sur une dichotomie classique, Paris (Karthala), pp.27-39.

- Calame, C. (2014) « Le je/nous mélique dans la tempête énonciative : d’Alcman à Sappho en passant par Archiloque », in E. Vintró, F. Mestre, P. Gómez (eds), Som per mirar (I). Estudis de filologia grega oferts a Carles Miralles, Barcelone, pp. 79-96.

- Ernoult, N. (2015) « Les relations filles/mère autour de la question du mariage dans l’Athènes classique », Cahiers. Mondes anciens, numéro 6.

- Fabre-Serris, J. (2014) « Natura selvatica e Gender : l’intoccato, il sesso e il sangue (Ovidio (Métamorfosi) e Pavese (La Belva, Dialoghi con Leucò) », in S. Chemotti (ed), La scena inospitale. Genere, natura e polis, pp. 275-288.

- Fletcher, J. (2014) "Women’s Oaths", in A. Sommerstein and I. Torrance (eds.), Oaths and Swearing in Ancient Greece, de Gruyter, pp. 156-178.

- Gherchanoc, F. (2014) « Le jugement de Pâris et les jeux de vêtement dans la céramique attique aux VIe et Ve siècles avant notre ère », in V. Huet et F. Gherchanoc (eds.), De la théâtralité du corps au corps des dieux dans l’Antiquité , Brest, pp. 125-141.

- Gherchanoc, F. (ed.) (à paraître) Mères grecques, Cahiers « Mondes anciens », 6, 2014 (Actes des journées internationales de recherche du 6 octobre 2012 et du 16 novembre 2013, Paris, INHA) avec la collaboration de J.-B. Bonnard.

- Gherchanoc, F. (à paraître) « Jeux de voile ou comment énoncer la beauté des femmes dans l’Antiquité grecque », in Y. Foehr-Janssens et S. Naef (eds.), Voile, corps féminin et pudeur, entre Islam et Occident. Approches historiques et anthropologiques, Éditions Labor et Fides, Genève, Actes du colloque de l’Université de Genève, 11-12 avril 2013.

- Gloyn, L. (forthcoming) “The Dragon-green, the Luminous, the Dark, the Serpent-haunted Sea”: Monsters, Landscape and Gender in Clash of the Titans (1981 and 2010), New Voices in Classical Reception Studies.

- Hallett, J. (2014) “Edith Hamilton and Classical Studies in Indiana,” in J. St. Clair and L. Gugin (eds), Indiana 200: The People Who Shaped the Character of the Hoosier State, Indiana Historical Society.

- Hallett, J. (2014) (with Sheila Dickison) Roman Women: A Latin Reader, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers.

- Hallett, J. (2014) « Too Kindred By Half: The Role of Half-Siblings as a Window on the Elite Roman Family of the Mid- and Late Roman Republic» , Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies, pp. 212-216.

- Hallett, J. (forthcoming) "Fulvia: the Representation of an Elite Roman Woman Warrior", in J. Fabre-Serris and A. Keith, Women and War in Antiquity, John’s Hopkins University Press.

- Harich-Schwarzbauer, H. (2014) « Die ’Lust der Poesie’ – ’Décadence’ in den spätantiken Epithalamien (Claudius Claudianus, c.m. 25 und Sidonius Apollinaris, cc. 10–11; 14–15 )»; in M. Formisano, T. Fuhrer (eds.), Décadence. "Decline and Fall" or "Other Antiquity", Heidelberg, pp. 133–148.

- Hindermann, J. (2014) "Beispielhafte männliche Trauer in Plinius’ Epistulae. Zum Normdiskurs römischer Konsolation", in: S. Plotke and A. Ziem (eds.), Sprache der Trauer.Verbalisierung einer Emotion in historischer Perspektive, Heidelberg, pp. 285-304.

- James, S. (2014) « Talking Rape in the Classics Classroom : Further Thoughts », in N. Rabinowitz and F. McHardy (eds), From Abortion to Pederasty: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics Classroom, Ohio State University Press, pp. 171-186.

- Keith, A. (2014) “Introduction: Sexuality and Gender in Classical Antiquity,” in J. Alison (ed. and transl.), Stories of Sexual Transformations from Ovid, New York: Oxford University Press, pp.13-31.

- Keith, A. (2014) “Le Puellae nelle elegie de Properzio e le loro omonime nei reperti epigrafici,” in G. Bonamente and C. Santini (eds.), Properzio e l’età augustea. Cultura, storia, arte: Proceedings of the Nineteenth Conference on Propertius, Assisi-Perugia 25-27 May 2012, pp. 401-18.

- Keith, A. (forthcoming) "Elegiac Women and Roman Warfare", in J. Fabre-Serris and A. Keith (eds), Women and War in Antiquity, John’s Hopkins University Press.

- Lear, A. (2014) "Eros and Greek Sport", in P.Christesen and D.G. Kyle (eds), A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 246-57.

- Lear, A. (2014) "Ancient Pederasty: an introduction", in T.K. Hubbard (ed), A Companion to Greek and Roman Sexualities, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 102-27.

- Lear, A. (forthcoming) "Was Pederasty Problematized? A Diachronic View", in M. Masterson, N.S. Rabinowitz, J. Robson (eds), Sex in Antiquity: Exploring Sex and Gender in the Ancient World, Routledge, pp. 115-36.

- Lear, A. (2014) « Was Pederasty Problematized? A Diachronic View », in M. Masterson, N. Rabinowitz, J. Robson (eds), Sex in Antiquity: exploring Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World, Routledge, pp. 115-36.

- Leonard, V. (forthcoming June 2015) "Building of the Temple of Vesta in Rome under Numa Pompilius (717-673 BC)", in A. Holt and F. Curta (eds), The Encyclopaedia of Pivotal Moments in Religious History, vol. 1.

- Leonard, V. (forthcoming June 2015) "Hypatia’s Murder in Alexandria (AD 415)", in A. Holt and F. Curta (eds), The Encyclopaedia of Pivotal Moments in Religious History, vol. 1.

- Masterson, M., Rabinowitz, N., Robson, J. (eds) (2014) Sex in Antiquity: exploring Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World, Routledge.

- Medina Quintana, S. (2014) Mujeres y economía en la Hispania romana. Oficios, riqueza y promoción social. Colección Deméter, nº 4, ed. Trabe, Oviedo, 255p. http://www.trabe.org/Demeter.asp

-  Michalopoulos, C.Ν. (2014) Myth, language and gender in the Corpus Priapeorum, Athens: Pedio (in Modern Greek = Μιχαλόπουλος, Χ.Ν. (2014) Μύθος, γλώσσα και φύλο στο Corpus Priapeorum, Αθήνα: εκδ. Πεδίο.

- Mirón Pérez, M.D. (2013-14) “La movilidad de mujeres y su identificación en la Bética romana”, Hispania Antiqua, 37-38, pp. 299-323.

- Mirón Pérez, M.D. (2014) “Entre la casa y el ágora: género, espacio y poder en la polis griega”, Revista La Aljaba, Segunda época, 18, pp. 11-34.

- Mirón Pérez, M.D. (2014) « La paz en femenino: género, mito y valores de paz en Grecia antigua », in Virtudes clásicas para la paz, F.A. Muñoz, B. Molina Rueda (eds.), Granada Universidad de Granada, pp. 65-112.

- Montepaone, M. (in corso di stampa) "Pythagorean Askesis in Timycha of Sparta and Theano of Croton”, in A.-B. Rengere, A. Stavru (eds), Forms and Transfers of Pythagorean Knowledge: Religion – Askesis – Science, Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden.

- Murnaghan, S. (2014) « Naming Names, Telling Tales: Sexual Secrets and Greek Narrative » , in M. Masterson, N. Rabinowitz and J. Robson (eds), Sex in Antiquity: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World, London: Routledge, pp. 266-277.

- Murnaghan, S. (2014) Odyssean Identities in Modern Cultures: The Journey Home, co-edited with H. Gardner, Columbus: Ohio State University Press.

- Pironti, G. (2014) « Héra et Zeus à Lesbos : entre poésie lyrique et décret civique » (avec V. Pirenne-Delforge), ZPE 191, pp. 27-31.

- Pironti, G. (2014) « Politeismo. Sezione I: Sul divino al plurale in Grecia antica », in M. Bettini, W. Short (ed.), Con i Romani. Un’antropologia della cultura antica, Bologna, Il Mulino, pp. 45-60, 82-85.

- Pironti, G. (2014) « Du voile à la voile : réflexions sur l’Aphrodite en voyage et ses parures », in Fl. Gherchanoc, V. Huet (ed.), De la théâtralité du corps aux corps des dieux dans l’Antiquité, Brest, CRBC, pp. 91-106.

- Rabinowitz, N. (2014) Co-editor with McHardy, F., From Abortion to Pedagogy: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics Classroom, Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Press.

- Rabinowitz, N. (2014) “Introduction”, in From Abortion to Pedagogy: Addressing Difficult Topics in the Classics Classroom, The Ohio State University Press.

- Rabinowitz, N. (2014) “The War on Women”, in P. Meineck (ed), Combat Trauma and the Ancient Greeks, Palgrave MacMillan.

- Spaëth, T. (2014) « Performanz, Geschlecht – und die Antike », in A. Heinze, F. Krippner (Hg.), Das Geschlecht der Antike, München, Wilhelm Fink, pp. 19-40.

- Strong, A.K. (2014) “Hypatia and Brian: Early Christianity as Mythological Drama,” in M. Safran and M. Cyrino (eds), Classical Myth on Screen, New York: Palgrave/Macmillan.

- Strong, A.K. (2014) Book Review, Sex on Show: Seeing the Erotic in Greece and Rome, by Caroline Vout, in Classical Journal.

- Tsouvala, G. (forthcoming) “Integrating Marriage and Homonoia,” reprinted in “Plutarch,” Mark Beck (ed.), in Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Columbia, SC: Layman Poupard Publishing Company.

- Tsouvala, G. (forthcoming) “Love and Marriage,” book chapter in The Blackwell Companion to Plutarch, Mark Beck (ed.), Oxford: Blackwell.

- Tsouvala, G. (forthcoming) “Women Members of a Gymnasium in the Roman East (IG IV 732),” book chapter in J. Bodel and N. Dimitrova (eds.), First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (January 4-5, 2011, San Antonio, Texas). Proceedings. Leiden: E. J. Brill (Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy, no. 4).

- Tsouvala, G. (2015) “Women Members of a Gymnasium in the Roman East (IG IV 732)”, in J. Bodel and N. Dimitrova (eds.), Ancient Documents and their Contexts. First North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (2011), Leiden: E. J. Brill (Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy, no. 5), pp. 111-123.

- Tsouvala, G. (2014) “Love and Marriage”, in M. Beck (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Plutarch, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 191-206.

- Vial, E. (2014) Les sirènes ou le savoir périlleux, d’Homère au XX° siècle, Rennes.