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Adriana Brook is Assistant Professor in Classics at Lawrence University. Her research is in ancient Greek literature and culture. She has published Tragic Rites: Narrative and Ritual in Sophoclean Drama, Wisconsin Studies in Classics (Madison, 2018), as well as articles on Greek tragedy. She is currently working on Roman reception of Greek tragedy.

Helene P. Foley is Claire Tow Professor of Classics, Barnard College, Columbia University. She is the author of numerous books and articles on Greek epic and drama, on women and gender in antiquity, and on modern performance and adaptation of Greek drama.

Tara Mulder is Instructor in Classics, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies at the University of British Columbia. She writes for both scholarly and public audiences on sex, gender, and medicine in the ancient world. Her current project is a book on ideas about human reproduction in the ancient world and today. She is also on the editorial board of Eidolon.

Jessica Romney is Assistant Professor in Classics at MacEwan University. She examines how social identities were constructed in Greek literature, and has published articles on the construction of identity in the archaic symposion and sympotic poetry. Her current research looks at the role that food and food consumption play in the construction of social identities in Greek literature. Her book Lyric Poetry and Social Identity in Archaic Greece is forthcoming with the University of Michigan Press.

Elizabeth Stockdale is Tutor in Greek Literature at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. She is the author of a number of articles on Homeric studies. Her current research is focused on Helen and the feminine virtues in the Odyssey. Her general research interests include Homeric epic, the Homeric hymns, ancient Greek music, comparative ancient epic, and the concept of the feminine in Greek literature. [End Page 95]



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