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Publications for Robert Cowan

Publications for Robert Cowan

2015

Cowan, R. (2015). 240 BCE and All That: The Romanness of Republican Tragedy. In George W.M. Harrison (Eds.), Brill’s Companion to Roman Tragedy, (pp. 63-89). Leiden: Brill. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2015). How’s your Father? A Recurrent Bilingual Wordplay in Martial. The Classical Quarterly, 65(2), 736-746. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2015). On not being Archilochus properly: Cato, Catullus and the idea of iambos. Materiali e Discussioni per l'Analisi dei Testi Classici, 74, 9-52.

Cowan, R. (2015). On the weak king according to Vergil: Aeolus, Latinus, and political allegoresis in the Aeneid. Vergilius, 61, 97-124.

2014

Cowan, R. (2014). Cinna's Trouser Snake - or the Biter Bit? Alternative Interpretations of Cinna fr. 12 FRP. Antichthon: Journal of The Australasian Society for Classical Studies, 48, 95-108.

Cowan, R. (2014). Fingering Cestos: Martial's Catullus' Callimachus. In A. Augoustakis (Eds.), Flavian Poetry and its Greek Past, (pp. 345-371). Leiden: Brill.

Cowan, R. (2014). My Family and Other Enemies: Argonautic Antagonists and Valerian Villains. In Mark Heerink, Gesine Manuwald (Eds.), Brill’s Companion to Valerius Flaccus, (pp. 229-248). Leiden: Brill.

Cowan, R. (2014). Purchasing Priam: Bilingual Wordplay at Plautus Bacchides 976-7. The Classical Quarterly, 64(2), 844-847. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2014). Shadow of a Doubt: A Phantom Caesura in Horace Odes 4.14. Classical Journal, 109(4), 407-417. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2014). Tall, pale and noble: beauty, rank and wordplay at Horace, Satires 1.2.123-126. Latomus: revue detudes latines, 73(4), 1012-1028.

Cowan, R. (2014). The Smell of Sophokles’ Salmoneus: Technology, Scatology, Metatheatre. Ramus: Critical Studies in Greek and Roman Literature, 43(1), 1-24. [More Information]



2013

Cowan, R. (2013). Back Out of Hell: The Virtual Katabasis and Initiation of Silius' Minucius. In Antony Augoustakis (Eds.), Ritual and Religion in Flavian Epic, (pp. 217-232). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Cowan, R. (2013). Boring Ipsitilla: Bilingual Wordplay in Catullus 32. Museum Helveticum: Schweizerische Zeitschrift fuer klassische Altertumswissenschaft, 70(2), 190-198.

Cowan, R. (2013). Fear and Loathing in Lucretius: Latent Tragedy and Anti-Allusion in DRN 3. In Theodore D. Papangelis, Stephen J. Harrison and Stavros Frangoulidis (Eds.), Generic Interfaces in Latin Literature: Encounters, Interactions and Transformations, (pp. 113-133). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG.

Cowan, R. (2013). Haven't I Seen You before Somewhere? Optical Allusions in Republican Tragedy. In G Harrison, V Liapis (Eds.), Performance in Greek and Roman Theatre, (pp. 311-342). Leiden & Boston: Brill.

Cowan, R. (2013). Of gods, men and stout fellows: Cicero on Sallustius' Empedoclea (Q.fr. 2.10(9).3). The Classical Quarterly, 63(2), 764-771. [More Information]



2012

Cowan, R. (2012). Alas, Poor Io! Bilingual Wordplay in Horace Epode 11. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 65(4-5), 753-763. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2012). Lucan (Annaeus Lucanus, Marcus). In R Bagnall, K Brodersen, C Champion, A Erskine, S Huebner (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. (pp. 4153-4154). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Cowan, R. (2012). Lucan's Thunder-Box: Scatology, Epic, and Satire in Suetonius' 'Vita Lucani'. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 106, 301-313.

Cowan, R. (2012). Metre and Meaning in CIL I(2) 3109a. Acta Classica, 55, 155-163.

Cowan, R. (2012). Silius Italicus, Tiberius Catius Asconius. In bner R Bagnall, K Brodersen, C Champion, A Erskine, S Huebner (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. (pp. 6251-6252). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Cowan, R. (2012). Sinon and the Case of the Hypermetric Oracle. Phoenix, 65(3-4), 361-370.

Cowan, R. (2012). Statius, Publius Papinius. In R Bagnall, K Brodersen, C Champion, A Erskine, S Huebner (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. (pp. 6375-6376). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Cowan, R. (2012). Valerius Cato, Callimachus and the Very Large Girl (Ticida fr. 103 FRP). In C Deroux (Eds.), Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History XVI, (pp. 94-100). Brussels, Belgium: Editions Latomus.

Cowan, R. (2012). Valerius Flaccus Setinus Balbus, Gaius. In R Bagnall, K Brodersen, C Champion, A Erskine, S Huebner (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. (pp. 6943-6944). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.



2011

Cowan, R. (2011). Explanatory Notes. In John Davie (Eds.), Horace: Satires and Epistles, (pp. 119-200). New York: Oxford University Press.

Cowan, R. (2011). Hopefully Surviving: Despair and the Limits of devotio in Virgil and Others. Proceedings of the Virgil Society, 27, 56-98.

Cowan, R. (2011). Introduction. In John Davie (Eds.), Horace: Satires and Epistles, (pp. vii-xxvii). New York: Oxford University Press.

Cowan, R. (2011). Passing over Cephisos' grandson: literal Praeteritio and the rhetoric of obscurity in ovid met. 7.350-93. Ramus: Critical Studies in Greek and Roman Literature, 40(2), 146-167.

2010

Cowan, R. (2010). A Stranger in a Strange Land: Medea in Roman Republican Tragedy. In Heike Bartel, Anne Simon (Eds.), Unbinding Medea: Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Classical Myth from Antiquity to the 21st Century, (pp. 39-52). London: Legenda.

Cowan, R. (2010). Sing Evohe! Three Twentieth-Century Operatic Versions of Euripides' Bacchae. In Peter Brown and Suzana Ograjensek (Eds.), Ancient Drama in Music for the Modern Stage, (pp. 320-339). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2009

Cowan, R. (2009). Scanning Iulus: Prosody, Position and Politics in the Aeneid. Vergilius, 55, 3-12.

Cowan, R. (2009). Starring Nero as Nero: Poetry, Role-Playing and Identity in Juvenal 8.215-21. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 62(1), 76-89. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2009). Thrasymennus' wanton wedding: etymology, genre, and virtus in Silius Italicus, Punica. The Classical Quarterly, 59(1), 226-237. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2009). Virgil's Cucumber Again: Columella 10.378-92. The Classical Quarterly, 59(1), 286-289. [More Information]

Cowan, R. (2009). Virtual Epic: Counterfactuals, Sideshadowing and the Poetics of Contingency in the Punica. In Antony Augoustakis (Eds.), Brills Companion to Silius Italicus, (pp. 323-351). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.



2008

Cowan, R. (2008). Nothing to do with Phaedra? Aristophanes, Thesmophoriazusae 497-501. The Classical Quarterly, 58(1), 315-320. [More Information]



2006

Cowan, R. (2006). Absurdly Scythian Spaniards: Silius, Horace and the Concani. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 59(2), 260-267.



Cowan, R. (2006). Land of King Mane. A pun at Horace, Odes 1.22.15. The Classical Quarterly, 56(1), 322-324. [More Information]

2005

Cowan, R. (2005). Introduction. In O A W Dilke (Eds.), Statius: Achilleid, (pp. vii-xxv). Great Britain: Bristol Phoenix Press


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