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Publications for Eric Csapo

Publications for Eric Csapo

2015

Csapo, E., Wilson, P. (2015). Drama Outside Athens in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC. Trends in Classics, 7(2), 316-395. [More Information]

Csapo, E. (2015). The Earliest Phase of ‘Comic' Choral Entertainments in Athens: The Dionysian Pompe and the ‘Birth' of Comedy. In Stylianos Chronopoulos, Christian Orth (Eds.), Fragmente einer Geschichte der griechischen Komodie

Fragmentary History of Greek Comedy, (pp. 66-108). Heidelberg: Verlag Antike.



2014

Csapo, E., Wilson, P. (2014). Dramatic Festivals. In Hanna M. Roisman (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy, (pp. 292-299). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Wilson, P., Csapo, E. (2014). Economic History of the Greek Theater. In Hanna M. Roisman (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy, (pp. 307-314). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Csapo, E., Green, J., Wilson, P., Rupprecht Goette, H. (2014). Greek Theatre in the Fourth Century B.C. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Csapo, E., Wilson, P. (2014). Origins and History of Greek Tragedy. In Hanna M. Roisman (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy, (pp. 926-937). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Csapo, E. (2014). Performing Comedy in the Fifth through Early Third Centuries. In Michael Fontaine, Adele C Scafuro (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Comedy, (pp. 50-69). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wilson, P., Csapo, E. (2014). Records. In Hanna M. Roisman (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy, (pp. 1141-1142). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Csapo, E., Wilson, P. (2014). The Finance and Organisation of the Athenian Theatre in the Time of Eubulus and Lycurgus. In Eric Csapo, Hans Rupprecht Goette, J. Richard Green, Peter Wilson (Eds.), Greek Theatre in the Fourth Century B.C, (pp. 393-424). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Csapo, E. (2014). The iconography of comedy. In Martin Revermann (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Greek Comedy, (pp. 95-127). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2013

Csapo, E. (2013). Comedy and the Pompe: Dionysian genre-crossing. In Emmanuela Bakola, Lucia Prauscello, Mario Telo (Eds.), Greek Comedy and the Discourse of Genres, (pp. 40-80). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Csapo, E. (2013), The Dionysian Parade and the Poetics of Plenitude (UCL Houseman Lecture, UCL Department of Greek and Latin, 20 February 2013).

2012

Csapo, E. (2012). 'Parade Abuse', 'From the Wagons'. In C.W. Marshall and George Kovacs (Eds.), No Laughing Matter: Studies in Athenian Comedy, (pp. 19-33). London, UK: Bristol Classical Press.

Wilson, P., Csapo, E. (2012). From Choregia to Agonothesia: Evidence for the Administration and Finance of the Athenian Theatre in the Late Fourth Century BC. In D Rosenbloom and J Davidson (Eds.), Greek Drama IV: Texts, Contexts, Performance, (pp. 300-321). Oxford, United Kingdom: Aris and Phillips.

Csapo, E. (2012). The Economics, Poetics, Politics, Metaphysics, and Ethics of the "New Music". In D Yatromanolakis (Eds.), Music and Cultural Politics in Greek and Chinese Societies: Volume 1: Greek Antiquity. Cambridge: Harvard University Department of the Classics.



2010

Csapo, E. (2010). Actors and Icons of the Ancient Theater. United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Csapo, E., Wilson, P. (2010). Le passage de la chorégie à l'agonothésie à Athènes à la fin du IVe siècle. In Brigitte Le Guen (Eds.), Largent dans les concours du monde grec, (pp. 83-105). Saint-Denis: Presses Universitaires de Vincennes.

Csapo, E. (2010). The Context of Choregic Dedications. In Oliver Taplin and Rosie Wyles (Eds.), The Pronomos Vase and its Context, (pp. 79-130). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2010). The Production and Performance of Comedy in Antiquity. In Gregory W Dobrov (Eds.), Brills Companion to the Study of Greek Comedy, (pp. 103-142). Leiden: Brill.

2009

Csapo, E. (2009). Actors and Acting. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome. Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2009). New Music's Gallery of Images: the "Dithyrambic" First Stasimon of Euripides'' Electra. In J.R.C. Cousland and J.R. Hume (Eds.), The Play of Texts and Fragments: Essays in Honour of Martin Cropp, (pp. 95-109). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Wilson, P., Csapo, E. (2009). The End of the Khoregia in Athens: A Forgotten Document. In M.C. Martinelli (Eds.), La Musa dimenticata: aspetti dell esperienza musicale greca in et ellenistica, (pp. 47-74). Pisa, Italy: edizioini della Normale.

Csapo, E. (2009). Theatrical Production, Greek. In M. Gagarin (Eds.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome. UK: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E., Wilson, P. (2009). Timotheus the New Musician. In Felix Budelmann (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric, (pp. 277-294). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



2008

Csapo, E. (2008). Star Choruses: Eleusis, Orphism, and New Musical Imagery and Dance. In Martin Revermann and Peter Wilson (Eds.), Performance, Iconography, Reception: Studies in Honour of Oliver Taplin, (pp. 262-290). Oxford, NY, USA: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2008). The Iconography of the Exarchos. Mediterranean Archaeology, 19/20(2007), 55-65.

2007

Csapo, E., Miller, M. (2007). General Introduction. In Eric Csapo & Margaret Miller (Eds.), The Origins of Theater in Ancient Greece and Beyond: From Ritual to Drama, (pp. 1-40). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Csapo, E. (2007). Satyr drama. Tragedy at play. Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 57(2), 293-295.

Csapo, E. (2007). The Cultural Poetics of the Greek Cockfight. Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens Newsletter.

Csapo, E. (2007). The Men who Built the Theatres: Theatropolai, Theatronai, and Arkhitektones. In Peter Wilson (Eds.), The Greek Theatre and Festivals: Documentary Studies, (pp. 87-121). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E., Miller, M. (2007). The Origins of Theater. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



2006

Csapo, E. (2006). Cockfights, Contradictions, and the Mythopoetics of Ancient Greek Culture. Arts: the Proceedings of the Sydney University Arts Association, 28, 9-41.



2005

Csapo, E. (2005). Theories of Mythology. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.



2004

Csapo, E. (2004). Some Social and Economic Conditions behind the Rise of the Acting Profession in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C. In C. Hugoniot, F. Hurlet, S. Milanezi (Eds.), Le Statut de l'acteur dans l'antiquité grecque et romaine, (pp. 53-76). Presses Universitaires François-Rabelais.

Csapo, E. (2004). The Politics of the New Music. In Penelope Murray, Peter Wilson (Eds.), Music and the Muses: the Culture of Mousike in the Classical Athenian City, (pp. 207-248). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

2003

Csapo, E., Slater, W. (2003). Anthesteria. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 64). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Cothornus. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 327). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Dionysia. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 374-375). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Dionysus. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 375). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Dionysus, Theatre of. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 375). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Ekkyklema. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 418). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Greek Theatre, Ancient. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 536-545). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Lenaea. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 728). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Mechane. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 823). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). Orchestra. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 974). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E., Miller, M. (2003). Poetry, Theory, Praxis: The Social Life of Myth, Word and Image in Ancient Greece. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Csapo, E. (2003). Preface. In Eric Csapo and Margaret C Miller (Eds.), Poetry, Theory, Praxis: The Social Life of Myth, Word and Image in Ancient Greece, (pp. vii-viii). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Csapo, E. (2003). Satyr-play. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 1190). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Csapo, E. (2003). The Dolphins of Dionysus. In Eric Csapo and Margaret C Miller (Eds.), Poetry, Theory, Praxis: The Social Life of Myth, Word and Image in Ancient Greece, (pp. 69-98). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Csapo, E. (2003). Vitruvius. In Dennis Kennedy (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. (pp. 1417). Oxford University Press.



2002

Csapo, E. (2002). Kallippides on the floor-sweepings: the limits of realism in classical acting and performance styles. In Pat Easterling & Edith Hall (Eds.), Greek and Roman Actors: Aspects of an Ancient Profession, (pp. 127-147). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Csapo, E. (2002). Review of B. Le Guen, Les Associations de Technites dionysiaques à l’époque hellénistique. Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2002.07.16.

Csapo, E. (2002). Review of P.J. Wilson, The Athenian Institution of the Khoregia. Phoenix, 56(1), 150-153.



2001

Csapo, E. (2001). The First Artistic Representations of Theatre: Dramatic Illusion and Dramatic Performance in Attic and South Italian Art. In G. Katz, V.F. Golini, and D. Pietropaolo (Eds.), Theatre and the Visual Arts, (pp. 17-38). Ottawa, Canada: Legas.



1999

Porter, J., Csapo, E., Marshall, C., Ketterer, C. (1999). Crossing the Stages: The Production, Performance and Reception of Ancient Theatre. Iowa: University of Iowa Press.



1995

Csapo, E., Slater, W. (1995). The Context of Ancient Drama. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press


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