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Ayelet Haimson Lushkov

Assistant Professor PhD 2009, Yale University

Ayelet Haimson Lushkov

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Publications

Edited Volume: 
  1. (Co-edited with Brockliss, W., P. Chaudhuri, and K. Wasdin). Reception and the Classics: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition. Yale Classical Studies 36; Cambridge University Press. (forthcoming November 2011).

Articles and Book Chapters: 

  1. “Intertextuality and Source Criticism in the Scipionic Trials” In: W. Polleichtner (ed.) Livy and Intertextuality. Bochum, 2010: 93-133.  
  2. “Citation and the Dynamics of Tradition in Livy’s AUCHistos 5 Working Papers 2011.04.
  3. (Co-written with Brockliss, W., P. Chaudhuri, and K. Wasdin.) “Introduction” In: Reception and the Classics: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition. Yale Classical Studies 36; Cambridge University Press. (forthcoming November 2011).
  4. ‘Cornelius Scipio Africanus, P. (RE 343)’, ‘Fasti of Magistrates’, and ‘Imperium’ for R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine and S. Huebner (edd.) Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Blackwell-Wiley. (forthcoming 2011).

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Book Reviews: 
  1. Levene, D. Livy and the Hannibalic War. Oxford: 2010. Forthcoming, Journal of Roman Studies.
  2. Robb, M. A. Beyond Populares and Optimates: political language in the late Republic. Historia Einzelsschriften 213. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2010. BMCR 2011.07.30.  
  3. S. Pugh, Herrick, Fanshawe and the Politics of Intertextuality: Classical Literature and Seventeenth-Century Royalism. Farnham; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2010. BMCR 2010.12.25.
  4. G. D. Farney, Ethnic Identity and Aristocratic Competition in Republican Rome. Cambridge, 2007. The Classical Bulletin 85.1 (2010): 24-6.
  5. M. R. Pelikan Pittenger, Contested Triumphs: Politics, Pageantry, and Performance in Livy’s Republican Rome. Berkeley, 2008. Classical Review 60.2 (2010): 441-3.
  6. D. Hammer, Roman Political Thought and the Modern Theoretical Imagination. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. BMCR 2009.12.10.
  7. J. Murrell, Cicero and the Roman Republic. Greece and Rome: Texts and Contexts. Cambridge, 2008. BMCR 2009.08.49.
  8. W. J. Tatum, Always I am Caesar. Blackwell, 2008. BMCR 2009.03.56. 
  9. J. R. W. Prag, Sicilia Nutrix Plebis Romanae: Rhetoric, Law & Taxation in Cicero’s Verrines. London, 2007. BMCR 2009.02.33.
  10. C. J. Smith, The Roman Clan: The Gens from Ancient Ideology to Modern Anthropology. Cambridge, 2006. BMCR t;/em>2006.11.06.

 

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