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Martin M. Winkler


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1. Books
The Persona in Three Satires of Juvenal. Hildesheim: Olms, 1983.

Classics and Cinema (edited). Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell University Press / London: Associated University Presses, 1991.

Der lateinische Eulenspiegel des Ioannes Nemius: Text und Übersetzung, Kommentar und Untersuchungen. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1995; rpt. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013.

Juvenal in English (edited). London: Penguin Classics, 2001.

Classical Myth and Culture in the Cinema (edited). New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. Rev. ed. of Classics and Cinema.

Gladiator: Film and History (edited). Oxford: Blackwell, 2004.

Troy: From Homer’s Iliad to Hollywood Epic (edited). Oxford: Blackwell, 2006.

Spartacus: Film and History (edited). Oxford: Blackwell, 2007.

Cinema and Classical Texts: Apollo’s New Light. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009; rpt. 2012.

The Fall of the Roman Empire: Film and History (edited). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009; rpt. 2013.

The Roman Salute: Cinema, History, Ideology. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2009.

Return to Troy: New Essays on the Hollywood Epic (edited). Leiden: Brill, 2015.

Arminius the Liberator: Myth and Ideology. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.

2. Articles, book chapters, etc.
“Classical Mythology and the Western Film.” Comparative Literature Studies, 22 (1985), 516-540.

Tuque Optime Vates: Musaeus in Book Six of the Aeneid.” American Journal of Philology, 108 (1987), 655-660.

“Ein lateinischer Eulenspiegel-Text des 18. Jahrhunderts.” Eulenspiegel-Jahrbuch, 27 (1987), 69-78.

“Juvenal’s Attitude toward Ciceronian Poetry and Rhetoric.” Rheinisches Museum für Philologie, 131 (1988), 84-97.

“Mythologische Motive im amerikanischen Western-Film.” In Jürgen Kühnel et al. (eds.), Mittelalter-Rezeption III: Mittelalter, Massenmedien, Neue Mythen. Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1988. 563-578.

“The Function of Epic in Juvenal’s Satires.” In Carl Deroux (ed.), Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, vol. 5. Brussels: Latomus, 1989. 414-443.

“A Virgilian Echo in Juvenal’s Eleventh Satire.” Rheinisches Museum für Philologie, 133 (1990), 375-378.

“Satire and the Grotesque in Juvenal, Arcimboldo, and Goya.” Antike und Abendland, 37 (1991), 22-42.

“Ovid und das Labyrinth: Dichtung und Dekonstruktion.” In Felix Philipp Ingold and Werner Wunderlich (eds.), Fragen nach dem Autor: Positionen und Perspektiven. Konstanz, Germany: Konstanz University Press, 1992. 21-41.

“Mythical and Cinematic Traditions in Anthony Mann’s El Cid.” Mosaic, 26 no. 3 (1993), 89-111.

Alogia and emphasis in Juvenal’s Fourth Satire.” Ramus: Critical Studies in Greek and Roman Literature, 24 (1995), 59-81 = A. J. Boyle (ed.), Roman Literature and Ideology: Ramus Essays for J. P. Sullivan. Berwick, Australia: Aureal Publications, 1995. 227-249.

“Cinema and the Fall of Rome.” Transactions of the American Philological Association, 125 (1995), 135-154.

“Homeric kleos and the Western Film.” Syllecta Classica, 7 (1996), 43-54.

“El Cid: Ein mittelalterlicher Heldenmythos im Film.” In Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich (eds.), Mittelaltermythen, vol. 1: Herrscher, Helden, Heilige. St. Gall, Switzerland: UVK [= Universitätsverlag Konstanz], 1996. 327-340.

“The Roman Empire in American Cinema After 1945.” The Classical Journal, 93 (1998), 167-196. Slightly rev. in Sandra R. Joshel, Margaret Malamud, and Donald T. McGuire, Jr. (eds.), Imperial Projections: Ancient Rome in Modern Popular Culture. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001; rpt. 2005. 50-76.

“The Cinematic Nature of the Opening Scene of Heliodoros’ Aithiopika.” Ancient Narrative, 1 (2000-2001), 161-184.



The Face of Tragedy: From Theatrical Mask to Cinematic Close-Up.” Mouseion, III.2 (2002), 43-70.

“Quomodo stemma Gladiatoris pelliculae more philologico sit constituendum.” American Journal of Philology, 124 (2003), 137-141.

“Fritz Lang’s Epic Medievalism: From Die Nibelungen to the American West.” Mosaic, 36.1 (2003), 135-146.

“Homer’s Iliad and John Ford’s The Searchers.” In Arthur M. Eckstein and Peter Lehman (eds.), The Searchers: Essays and Reflections on John Ford’s Classic Western. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2004. 145-170.

“Leaves of Homeric Storytelling: Wolfgang Petersen’s Troy and Franco Rossi’s Odissea” / “Foglie di narrazione omerica: Troy di Wolfgang Petersen e l’Odissea di Franco Rossi.” In Eleonora Cavallini (ed.), Omero mediatico: Aspetti della ricezione omerica nella civiltà contemporanea. 2nd ed. Bologna: d.u.press, 2010. 153-177.

“Greek Myth on the Screen.” In Roger D. Woodard (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 453-479.

“Nenne mir, Muse, den Vater der Massenkultur: Homer in Kommerz und Kino.” In Joachim Latacz et al. (eds.), Homer: Der Mythos von Troia in Dichtung und Kunst. Munich: Hirmer, 2008. 283-289.

“Hollywood Presents the Roman Empire, 1951-1964: The Rhetoric of Cinematic Prologues.” Classical and Modern Literature, 28.1 (2008 [publ. 2010]), 53-80.

“Juvenal: Zealous Vindicator of Roman Liberty.” In W. J. Dominik, J. Garthwaite, and P. Roche (eds.), Writing Politics in Imperial Rome. Leiden: Brill, 2009. 463-482.

Difficile est saturam nunc scribere: Satire in the Corporate Media Age.” In Christine Schmitz (ed.), Mythos im Alltag, Alltag im Mythos: Die Banalität des Alltags in unterschiedlichen literarischen Verwendungskontexten. Munich: Fink, 2010. 261-277.

Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.” In Anthony Grafton, Glenn W. Most, and Salvatore Settis (eds.), The Classical Tradition. Cambridge: Belknap Press / Harvard University Press, 2010. 286-287.

“Juvenal.” In Grafton, Most, Settis (eds.), The Classical Tradition [same as preceding]. 500-502.

“Classics and Cinema.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics. Ed. Dee L. Clayman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

“Persius and Juvenal in the Media Age.” In Susanna Braund and Josiah Osgood (eds.), A Companion to Persius and Juvenal. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. 513-543.

“Three Queens: Helen, Penelope, and Dido in Franco Rossi’s Odissea and Eneide.” In Marta García Morcillo and Silke Knippschild (eds.), Seduction and Power: Antiquity in the Visual and Performing Arts. London: Bloomsbury, 2013. 133-153.

“From Roman History to German Nationalism: Arminius and Varus in Die Hermannschlacht (1924).” In Maria Wyke and Pantelis Michelakis (eds.), The Ancient World in Silent Cinema. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 297-312.

“Aristophanes in the Cinema; or, The Metamorphoses of Lysistrata.” In S. Douglas Olson (ed.), Ancient Comedy and Reception: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey Henderson. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014. 894-944.

“Achilles Tatius and Heliodorus Between Aristotle and Hitchcock.” In Edmund Cueva and Shannon Byrne (eds.), A Companion to the Ancient Novel. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. 2014. 570-583.

“Ovid and the Cinema: An Introduction.” In Carole E. Newlands and John F. Miller (eds.), A Handbook to the Reception of Ovid. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014. 469-483.

“Nazi Ideology and Tacitus’s Dangerous Book: Eugen Fehrle’s Editions of the



Germania.” New German Critique, 127 (= 43.1; 2016), 91-118.




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