Fet skrift. Artikler I et kompendium: angitt med Artikler som foreligger som masterkopi: angitt med ¤) dramatikk (originaltekster) Aiskhylos, Orestien (Agamemnon, Sonofferet, Eumenidene) Sofokles



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ca. 7 dramaer primærpensum (delvis etter valg)

ca. 700 sider sekundærpensum (delvis etter valg)
(Felles for alle: angitt i fet skrift. Artikler i et kompendium: angitt med * Artikler som foreligger som masterkopi: angitt med ¤)
dramatikk (ORIGINALTEKSTER)

Aiskhylos, Orestien (Agamemnon, Sonofferet, Eumenidene)



Sofokles, Antigone, Kong Oidipous

Euripides, Hippolytos, Medeia, Trojanerinnene, Helene, Herakles, Bakkhantene

Euripides, Kyklopen



Aristofanes, Kvinnene på Thesmoforiafesten, Lysistrate, Froskene

Menander, Mistantropen



Plautus, Pseudolus, Mostellaria, Miles gloriosus

Terentius, Andria, Eunuchus, Hecyra


Sekundærlitteratur

Generelt om det antikke teateret og drama (ca. 350 s.)



*Oscar G. Brockett, History of the theater, Boston etc. 1995, Ally & Bacon, Ch. 2 ‘Theater and drama in Ancient Greece,’ 13-48, Ch. 3 ‘Roman and Byzantine theatre and drama’, 49-80, ISBN: 0-205-16483-8

66 s.



Arnott, Peter D., Public and performance in the Greek theater, London Routledge 1989. ISBN:0 415-06299-3

192 s.

*des Bouvrie, Synnøve,Teateret under Akropolis,’ Ø. Andersen, Tomas Hägg (utg.), I skyggen av Akropolis. Skrifter utg. av Det norske institutt i Athen 5 (Bergen) 1994, 69-98

29 s.

Aristoteles, Poetikken/Om diktekunsten, kap. 1-19

50 s.
Til referanse: ikonografi

Green, Richard, and Eric Handley, Images of the Greek theatre, London, British museum Press 1995

Ghiron-Bistagne, Paulette, Recherches sur les acteurs dans la Grèce antique, Paris : les Belles Lettres, 1976, Sidetall:XXVIII, 404 s. ill. (some col.)

Til referanse: mytologi

Graves, Robert, The Greek myths, (Harmondsworth) Penguin Books 1960 og senere

Hansen, William, Handbook of Classical mythology, Serien Handbooks of world mythology, ABC CLIO, Santa Barbara, Denver, Col, Oxford, England, 2004 (Via UB: eBook-utgave)

Spesialpensum (ulike varianter)


Antropologisk perspektiv på teateret

*des Bouvrie, Synnøve, ‘Kreativ eufori,’ T. Eide, T. Hägg (utg.), Dionysos og Apollon. Religion og samfunn i Antikkens Hellas. Skrifter utgitt av Det norske institutt i Athen 1. 133-142. Bergen 1989 (9 s.)

des Bouvrie, Synnøve, Women in Greek Tragedy. An Anthropological Approach. Symbolae Osloenses Fasc. Suppl. XXVII Oslo 1990/92, Ch. 3 ‘Aristoteles’ Poetike and anthropological theory’ og evt. Ch. 4 ‘Tragic theater and its conventions’, 6o-109, Universitetsforlaget, Pensumtjenesten Kap 3 (39 s.)

*des Bouvrie, Synnøve, ‘Myth as a mobilizing force in Attic warrior society,’ Papers at The Celtic conference in Classics, Rennes, 1-4 Sept. 2004, Kernos (Revue internationale et pluridisciplinaire de religion grecque antique) 18, 2005, 185-201 (16 s.)



Gender-perspektiv

*Hov, Live, ‘Kvinneroller i antikkens teater,’ Acta Humaniora, Oslo 1998, Kap. 4, ‘Menn som kvinner på greske scener‚’ 184-249 (65 s.)

des Bouvrie, Synnøve, Women in Greek Tragedy. An Anthropological Approach. Symbolae Osloenses Fasc. Suppl. XXVII Oslo 1990/92, Ch. 2, ‘Women’s position in Fith century Athens’, 35-59 (24 s.)

*Zeitlin, Froma I. ‘The dynamics of misogyny: Myth and mythmaking in the Oresteia,’ eds. J. Peradotto, J. P. Sullivan, Women in the Ancient World, State University of New York press, New York 1984, ss. 159-171, 184-187 (15 s.)

*Høibye, Anne-Britt ‘A joke with the inevitable. Men as women and women as men in Aristophanes,’ i B. Berggreen, N. Marinatos (eds.), Greece and Gender. Papers from the Norwegian Inst. at Athens 2. Bergen 1995, 43-54 (11 s.)

Komedie i en sosial kontekst

¤McLeish, Kenneth, The theatre of Aristophanes, London, Thames and Hudson 1980, ISBN: 0-500-01230-x, Sidetall 192 s. ill. Ch. 1, 4, 5, ss. 13-22, 50-62, 64-78 (35 s.)

¤Segal, Eric, Roman laughter. The comedy of Plautus I serien, Harvard studies in comparative literature 29, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, ISBN: 0-674-77820-0, ib. 1968 Sidetall: 229 s. i utdrag Ch 2-4, 42-136 (94 s.)

Fordypningslitteratur

Generelt

*Howarth, W. (ed.), ‘Introduction. Theoretical considerations,’ i W.D. Howarth (ed.), Comic Drama, The European Heritage, London 1978: 1-21

*Taplin, Oliver, ‘Comedy and Tragedy. A Synkrisis,’ Journal of Hellenic Studies 106, 1986, 163-174.

Csapo, Eric and William J. Slater, The context of ancient drama, Ann Arbor Mich., Univ. of Michigan press 1994 ISBN 0-472-08275-2 pb (Kildesamling)

Easterling, Patricia E., and Edith Hall, Greek and Roman actors. Aspects of an ancient profession, Cambridge 2002

Sommerstein, Alan H. Greek drama and dramatists (London) 2002. Routledge ISBN0-415-26027-2 (192 s.)


Antropologisk variant

Aronen, Jaakko, ‘Notes on Athenian drama as ritual myth-telling within the cult of Dionysos,’ Arctos 1992, 19-37 (18 s.)

Babcock, Barbara (ed.), 1978. The reversible world. Symbolic inversion in art and society. ‘Introduction’ 13-36 (Ithaca and London)

Ortner, Sherry 1973. ‘On key symbols,’ American journal of anthropology 75:1338-46 [reprinted in William A. Lessa, Evon Z. Vogt, John M. Watanabe (eds.), Reader in comparative religion. An anthropological approach. New York 1979:92-8]

Scullion, Scott 2002. ‘“Nothing to do with Dionysos”. Tragedy misconceived as ritual,’ CQ 52:102-137

Stallybrass, Peter and Allon White 1995. ‘Introduction,’ The politics and poetics of transgression. orig. 1986 (Ithaca and New York):1-26

Turner, Victor W. 1967. ‘Betwixt and between. The liminal period in rites de passage,’ in The forest of symbols. Aspects of Ndembu ritual (Ithaca and London):93-111

Turner, Victor W. and Turner, Edith L.B. 1982. ‘Religious celebration,’ in V. Turner (ed.), Celebration. Studies in festivity and ritual (Washington, DC.):201-19

Gender-perspektiv

des Bouvrie, Synnøve 1998. ‘Euripides’ Bakkhai and maenadism,’ in Lena Larsson Lovén and Agneta Strømberg (eds.), Aspects of women in Antiquity. Proceedings of the first Nordic Sympoiusm on women’s lives in Antiquity. Göteborg 12-15 June 1997, 58-68

des Bouvrie, Synnøve 2005. ‘Artemis Ortheia. A goddess of nature or a goddess of culture?’ Seminar Fra Artemis til Diana, University of Copenhagen, org. Collegium Hyperboreum March 11-12, i trykk i Acta Hyperborea

Fantham, E., ‘Sex, Status and Survival in Hellenistic Athens. A Study of Women in New Comedy,’ Phoenix 29, 1975, 43-74.

Henderson, Jeffrey, Three plays by Aristophanes staging women. New York London 1996

Jensen, Minna Skafte, ‘Terence’s Hecyra — a feminist reading, Lena Larsson Lovén and Agneta Strömberg (eds.), Gender, cult, and culture in the Ancient world from Mycenae to Byzantium. Proc. of the second Nordic symposium on gender and women’s history in Antiquity, Helsinki 20-22 octover 2000: 72-85


Komedie en sosial kontekst

Bakhtine, Mikhaïl, ‘Introduction. Posons le problème,’ L’œuvre de François Rabelais et la culture populaire au Moyen Age et sous la Renaissance. Trad. Andrée Robel, Paris 1970 norsk versjon:

Bakhtin, Mikhail, ‘François Rabelais og folkekulturen under middelalderen og renessansen,’ Mikhail Bakhtin, Latter og dialog. Utvalgte skrifter, overs. Audun Johannes Mørch, Oslo 29-80.

Edwards, Anthony T., ‘Historicizing the popular grotesque. Bakhtin’s Rabelais and Attic Old comedy,’ in Ruth Scodel (ed.) Theatre and society in the classical world (Ann Arbor) 1993, 89-117

Rösler,Wolfgang, ‘Michail Bachtin und die Karnevalskultur im antiken Griechenland‚ Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 23, 1986, 25-44

Lissarrague, François 1990. ‘Why satyrs are good to represent,’ in John J. Winkler and Froma I. Zeitlin (eds.), Nothing to do with Dionysos (Princeton N.J.):228-236

Carrière, Jean Claude, Le carnaval et la politique. Une introduction a la comedie grecque, suivie d'un choix de fragments. Université de Besançon. Centre de recherches d'histoire ancienne 212, Besançon 1983

Sifakis, George, ‘The Structure of Aristophanic Comedy,’ Journal of Hellenic Studies 112, 1992, 123-142.

Moore, Timothy J., The theater of Plautus. Playing to the audience, Ch 5 ‘Audience and occasion, the Pseudolus,’ Austin, Tex 1998:92-107

Anderson, William S., ‘Plautus and his audience. The Greek connection,’ Barbarian play. Plautus’ Roman comedies, Toronto, Buffalo, London, The Toronto unversity press 1996:133-151



Versnel, Henk S. ‘Saturnus and the Saturnalia,’ Inconsistencies in Greek and Roman religion II, Transition and reversal in myth and ritual, Leiden 1993:136-227


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