Previous Fellows 1970-1979

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O. Kimball Armayor (US)
Herodotus as an epic rather than a “scientific” historian

Gianfranco Fabiano (Italy)
Literary studies on Theocritus

Irwin L. Merker (US)
A historical commentary on Diodorus, books 18 to 20

John Michael Moore (UK)
A text of Polybius

Theodora Hadzisteliou Price (Greece)
Greek hero cults, with special reference to the archeological evidence

Pietro Pucci (Italy)
An edition of the Clouds of Arisophanes; Euripidean tragedy

Oliver Taplin (UK)
The dramatic technique of the Greek tragedians

Christian Wolff (US)
Literary studies in Euripides, particularly the Helen


Bruce E. Donovan (US)
The Euripidean papyri; a bibliography of literary papyri

Hermann Funke (Germany)
Ancient allegorical interpretations of poetry

John Glucker (UK)
Antiochus and the Late Academy

Sarah C. Humphreys (UK)
Kinship in the Greek city-state

John D. Moore (US)
An edition with commentary of Plato’s Symposium

Jacques Peron (France)
The techniques of Pindaric poetry

F. F. Schwarz (Austria)
A commentary on Arrian’s Indica

Charlotte Stough (US)
Plato’s metaphysics, with special attention to the Phaedo and Parmenides


Edwin L. Brown (US)
Astronomical sources of imagery in classical literature

Thomas Drew-Bear (US)
A history of Greco-Roman civilization in Phrygia

Michael Gagarin (US)
The political nature and background of Aeschylean tragedy

Wolfgana Dieter Lebeck (Germany)
Theophrastus’ literary treatises and the linguistic and stylistic theories of the early Peripatetics

Jorgen Mejer (Denmark)
The tradition of pre-Socratic philosophy from Plato to the end of antiquity

John Peradotto (US)
Myth and Märchen in the Odyssey: a study of the collision of conflicting narrative structures

Suzanne Saïd (France)
The function of nomos in the Oresteia

Steven Tigner (US)
Physical dynamics in pre-Platonic cosmology


Gerald Michael Browne (US) Harvard University
An edition of the Sortes Astrampsychi for the Bibliotheca Teubneriana

Sylwester Dworacki (Poland) University of Poznan
The dramatic technique of Menander

J. Staffan H. Fogelmark (Sweden) University of Lund
Homeric features in the poetry of Pindar and Bacchylides and development of style and language in Pindar

Charles Daniel Hamilton (US) University of Chicago
A study of the fourth century orators, particularly Isocrates and Demosthenes

Alexander P. D. Mourelatos (US) University of Texas at Austin
The philosophy of the early Greek Atomists

Bernd Seidensticker (Germany) University of Hamburg
Ancient tragicomedy

Daniel P. Tompkins (US) Wesleyan University
Studies in characterization, language, and historiography in Thucydides

Ronald Andrew Zirin (US) State University of New York at Buffalo
An investigation of what was known to the Greeks about the nature of the sounds of human speech


Elizabeth Ann Fisher (US) University of Minnesota
Greek knowledge of Latin literature in the Roman empire

Paul Siegfried Jäkel (Germany) University of Regensburg
Studies in Greek tragedy

David Keyt (US) University of Washington
Aristotle’s political philosophy

Linda Collins Reilly (US) College of William and Mary
Studies in ancient Greek slavery

Christopher Rowe (UK) The University, Bristol
Aristotle’s Politics

Carl Rubino (US) University of Texas at Austin
Cultural crisis and political language in 5th century Greece

Peter Siewert (Germany) University of Saarbrücken
Cerameicus studies

John Van Sickle (US) Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies, Rome
Bucolic poetry as an ancient literary genre


Henry Jacob Blumenthal (UK) University of Liverpool
Neoplatonic commentaries on Aristotle

Frederick Thomas Griffiths (US) Amherst College
The non-pastoral idylls of Theocritus

Michael William Haslam (UK) University College, Cardiff
The papyri of the Greek tragedians

Louis Aryeh Kosman (US) Haverford College
Plato and the dialogue form

Tomás Calvo Martinez (Spain) University of Madrid
Models of language in Parmenides, Plato and Aristotle

Hunter Ripley Rawlings III (US) University of Colorado
The structure of Thucydides’ History

Thomas A. Szlezák (Germany) University of Zurich
Platonic studies

Nicholas P. White (US) University of Michigan
Ethics and moral psychology of the early and middle Stoics


Apostolos N. Athanassakis (US) University of California, Santa Barbara
A philological commentary on Iliad, Book I

Ann L. T. Bergren (US) Princeton University
The poetics of Epic verse

Deborah Boedeker (US) Georgetown University
Studies in archaic Greek poetry

Penelope Bulloch (UK) Girton College, Cambridge University
An edition of Aristophanes’ Plutus

John Patrick Lynch (US) University of California at Santa Cruz
Plato’s Academy and institutionalized higher education at Athens

Minor·M. Markle III (US)
Philip II of Macedon

Kurt Arnold Raaflaub (Switzerland) Free University of Berlin
The idea of freedom in archaic and classical Greece

Susan Mary Sherwin-White (UK) Hertford College, Oxford University
The Seleucid king, Antiochus the Great


Lawrence J. Bliquez (US) University of Washington
A new edition of Nachmanson’s Historische Attische Inschriften

Denis J. Corish (Eire) Bowdoin College
Greek theories of time (up to Aristotle and the Stoics)

Daniel T. Devereux (US) University of Virginia
The doctrine of moral goodness in the early Platonic dialogues

William E. Higgins (US) Brandeis University
An intellectual and cultural history of philotimia in Greco-Roman antiquity

Jadwiga Kubinska (Poland) Warsaw University
Epigraphical studies: Greek inscriptions of Asia Minor (Roman period)

Volker Langholf (Germany) University of Hamburg
The research methods of the authors of the Hippocratic treatises

Ian Mueller (US) University of Chicago
The philosophical presuppositions of Euclid’s Elements

William C. Mullen (US) Boston University
Pindar’s odes for victors from Aegina


Liliane M. J. Gh. Bodson (Belgium) University of Liege
History of Greek Religion, research in Ethnozoology applied to Antiquity

Jenny Strauss Clay (US) Johns Hopkins University
Relations between gods and men in the Odyssey and how these relations shape the overall poetical structure

Antonios Kapsomenos (Greece) University of Thessaloniki
Tragic diction in the light of parallel passages found within Tragedy, and between Epic and Tragedy or Lyric and Tragedy

Richard Patterson (US) Columbia University
Plato’s conception of the soul as self-moving motion

Peter J. Rhodes (UK) University of Durham
Commentary on the Aristotelian Constitution of Athens

James Tatum (US) Dartmouth College
Xenophon’s Cyropaedia and narrative techniques in the fourth century

Marc J. C. Waelkens (Belgium) State University Ghent
Epitaphs on doorstones in Phrygia; topographical and epigraphic study of the sarcophagi of Phrygia; Anatolian votive and tombstones as sources of the social and economic life in Roman antiquity

Paul B. Woodruff (US) University of Texas at Austin
A book about the Hippias Major with translation and philosophical commentary; an extensive essay of interpretation


Jon-Christian Billigmeier (US) Santa Barbara Community College
A comparative and historical grammar of Mycenean Greek

Susan G. Cole (US) The University of Illinois at Chicago Circle
The mysteries of Dionysus; epigraphical and historical studies

Polymnia Athanassiadi-Fowden (Greece) The University of Athens
The last Neoplatonists and the relevant problem of the persecution and martyrdom of pagans in the late Roman empire

Allan Gotthelf (US) Trenton State College
Aristotle’s conception of final causality

Augusto Guida (Italy) University of Florence
A new edition of the Lexicon Vindobonense

Andreas Katsouris (Cyprus) University of Ioannina
Studies in the techniques of New Comedy

Mae Smethurst (US) University of Pittsburgh
Greek tragedy and Japanese Noh plays

Donald Zeyl (Canada) University of Rhode Island
Some topics in the philosophy of Socrates (akrasia, hedonism, the unity of the virtues)