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Chris Carey - Full list of publications

1. Books

1. A commentary on five odes of Pindar (Arno Press, New York 1981)
2. Demosthenes: selected private speeches, in collaboration with R.A. Reid (Cambridge University Press 1985)
3. Lysias: selected speeches (Cambridge University Press 1989)
4. Apollodoros Against Neaira [Demosthenes 59] (Aris and Phillips, Warminster 1992)
5. Trials from classical Athens (London and New York, Routledge 1997)
6. The speeches of Aeschines (Austin, University of Texas Press 2000)
7. Democracy in classical Athens (Bristol Classical Press 2000, revised 2001, 2002)
8. Lysiae orationes cum fragmentis, Oxford Classical Texts (Oxford University Press 2007)

1.2 Books edited 

1. Reading the Victory Ode  edited  by  Peter  Agocs,  Richard  Rawles  and  Chris  Carey (Cambridge 2012)
2. Receiving  the  komos: receptions of the victory ode  edited  by  Peter Agocs, Richard Rawles and Chris Carey (London 2012)

2. Articles, chapters and notes

1. ‘Pindar, Pythian 6.19-20’, Maia N.S. 27 (1975), 289-90
2. ‘Pindar’s Eighth Nemean Ode’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society N.S. 22 (1976), 26-42
3. ‘Euripides’ Andromache 1014-5’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society N.S. 23 (1977), 16
4. ‘Bacchylides 3.85-90’, Maia N.S. 29 (1977-8), 69-71
5. ‘Pindarica’, in Dionysiaca [Festschrift for Sir Denys Page] (Cambridge 1978), 21-44
6. ‘Sappho fr.96LP’, Classical Quarterly 28 (1978), 366-71
7. ‘Bacchylides experiments: ode 11’, Mnemosyne 33 (1980), 225-43
8. ‘The epilogue of Pindar’s Fourth Pythian’, Maia N.S. 32 (1980) 143-52
9. ‘Three myths in Pindar’, Eranos 78 (1980), 143-62
10. ‘Homeric Hymn to Apollo 171’, Classical Quarterly 30 (1980), 288-90
11. ‘Aeschylus Cho. 1067’, Glotta 58 (1980), 288-90
12. ‘P.Oxy. 2310 fr.1 col.i v.9', Liverpool Classical Monthly 6 (1981), 247-8
13. ‘Notes on Aristophanes’ Peace, Classical Quarterly 32 (1982), 465-7
14. ‘Theognidea 1283-94’, Parola del Passato 218 (1984), 362-6
15. ‘Livy lib. xci fr. Vat. 45-7’, Liverpool Classical Monthly 10 (1985), 64
16. ‘Archilochus and Lycambes’, Classical Quarterly 36 (1986), 60-7
17. ‘The second stasimon of Sophocles’ O.T.’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 106 (1986), 175-9
18. ‘Two notes on Pindar’s First Olympia’, Liverpool Classical Monthly 12 (1987), 117-8
19. ‘A note on torture in Athenian homicide investigations’, Historia 37 (1988), 241-6
20. ‘Philanthropy in Aristotle’s Poetics’, Eranos 86 (1988), 131-9
21. ‘Prosopographica Pindarica’, Classical Quarterly 39 (1989), 1-9
22. ‘Two transitions in Pindar’, Classical Quarterly 39 (1989), 287-95.
23. ‘The performance of the victory ode’, American Journal of Philology 110 (1989), 545-565.
24. ‘Aischylos Persians 584’, Liverpool Classical Monthly 15 (1990), 117
25. ‘Structure and Strategy in Lysias 24’, Greece and Rome 37 (1990), 44-51
26. ‘What was a Greek chorus?’, Omnibus 20 (September 1990), 16-18
27. ‘Aischylos Eumenides 858-66’, Illinois Classical Studies 15 (1990), 239-50
28. ‘The victory ode in performance; the case for the chorus’, Classical Philology (1991), 192-200
29. ‘Apollodoros’ mother: the wives of enfranchised aliens in Athens’, Classical Quarterly 40 (1991), 84-89
30. ‘The purpose of Aristophanes’ Acharnians’, Rheinisches Museum 136 (1993), 254-63
31. ‘Pindar’s Ninth Nemean Ode’, Tria Lustra ed. H. Jocelyn (Liverpool 1993) 97-107
32. ‘Aristophanes Lysistrate 637’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 103 (1993) 148-9
33. ‘The return of the radish, or Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the kitchen’, Liverpool Classical Monthly 18 (1993) 53-5
34. ‘Rhetorical means of persuasion’, in Persuasion: Greek rhetoric, influences and influence ed. I. Worthington (Routledge 1994) 26-45; reprinted in Essays on Aristotle’s Rhetoric ed. A.O. Rorty (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London 1996) 399-415
35. ‘Artless proofs in Aristotle and the orators’, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies N.S..39 (1994) 95-106
36. ‘Comic ridicule and democracy’, in Ritual, Finance, Politics ed. R.G. Osborne/S. Hornblower (Oxford 1994) 71-83
37. ‘Legal space in classical Athens’, Greece & Rome 41 (1994) 172-185.
38. ‘The witness’s exomosia in the Athenian courts’, Classical Quarterly 44 (1995) 1-6.
39. ‘Pindar and the victory ode’, in The passionate intellect ed. L. Ayres (Princeton, NJ 1995), 85-101
40. ‘Adultery and rape in Athenian law’, Classical Quarterly 44 (1995) 407-17
41. ‘Nomos in Attic rhetoric and oratory’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 116 (1996)
42. Oxford Classical Dictionary ed.3, entries on Alcaeus, Alcman, Anacreon, Attic orators, Corinna, Erinna, Ibycus, Lyric poetry (Greek), Myrtis, Pindar, Prooemium (Oxford 1998)
43. ‘The shape of Athenian laws’ Classical Quarterly 47 (1998) 93-109
44. ‘Propriety in the orators’, in Studi sul eufemismo ed. F. De Martino/A Sommerstein (Bari 1999) 371-91
45. ‘Ethos and pathos in Bakchylides’, in One hundred years of Bacchylides ed. I.L. Pfeijffer/S. Slings (Amsterdam 1999) 17-29
46. ‘Observers of speech and hearers of action’, in Literature in the Greek and Roman worlds ed. O. Taplin (Oxford 2000) 192-216.
47. ‘The panegyrist’s persona’, Religione e poesia in Grecia, miscellanea G.A. Privitera, ed. U. Pizzani/M. Cannatà Fera, (Bari 2000) 165-177
48. ‘Old comedy and the sophists’, in The rivals of Aristophanes ed. D. Harvey/J.M. Wilkins (University of Wales Press 2000) 419-436
49. ‘Comic law’, Annali dell’ Università di Ferrara 1 (2000) 65-86
50. ‘Poesia pubblica in performance’, in I lirici greci, ed. M. Cannatà Fera (Messina 2001), 11-26
51. ‘Marginalia lysiaca’, in Studi Italiani di Filologia Classica XX (2002) 63-82
52. ‘Ipponatte e la tradizione giambica’, in Studi di filologia e tradizione greca in memoria di A. Colonna ed. F. Benedetti/S. Grandolini (Perugia 2003), 213-228
53. ‘Offence and procedure’, in The law and the courts in classical Athens, ed. E.M. Harris/L. Rubinstein, (London 2004), 111-136
54. ‘The political world of Homer and tragedy’, Aevum Antiquum N.S. 3 (2003), 463-484
55. ‘Antiphon’s daughter’, in Law, rhetoric and comedy in classical Athens: essays in honour of Douglas M. MacDowell ed. D.L. Cairns and R.A. Knox (University of Wales Press 2004), 123-150
56. ‘Propaganda and competition in Athenian oratory’ in The manipulative mode ed. K. Eenenkel/I.L. Pfeijffer (Leiden 2005)
57. ‘An overlooked papyrus of Isaios’, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 49 (2006)
58. ‘Epic, diffusion and identity’, in Literary cultures and the material book ed. S. Eliot/A. Nash/I. Willison, (London 2007), 133-145
59. ‘Pindar, place and performance’, in Pindar’s Poetry, Patrons, and Festivals ed. S. Hornblower/C.Morgan (Oxford 2007), 199-210
60. ‘The rhetoric of diabole’, internet publication http://eprints.ucl.ac.uk/archive/00003281/
61. ‘Epideictic oratory’, in Blackwell companion to Greek rhetoric ed. I. Worthington (Oxford 2007), 236-252
62. ‘O nomos stēn attikē tragodia’, Kalamata 2007 = ‘Tragic law’, Dioniso 6, 2007, 24-33
63. ‘Fragments of Hyperides’ Against Diondas from the Archimedes Palimpsest’, (co-author with eight others), Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 165 (2008), 1-19
64. ‘Hipponax narrator’, AAHung 48 (2008), 89-102
65. ‘Country Matters: the Location of Euripides’ Electra’, in Euripides Talks ed. A. Beale (Duckworth 2008)
66. ‘The third stasimon of Oedipus at Colonus’, in Sophocles and the Greek tragic tradition ed S.Goldhill/E.Hall (Cambridge 2009), 119-133.
67. ‘Iambus’, in Cambridge companion to Greek lyric ed. F. Budelmann (Cambridge 2009), 149-167
68. ‘Genre, occasion and performance’, in Cambridge companion to Greek lyric ed. F. Budelmann (Cambridge 2009), 21-38
69. ‘Pimps in court’, in Law and Drama  ed. P.J. Rhodes/Edward Harris/Delfim Leão (London 2010)
70.  ‘Alkman : from Laconia to Alexandria’, in Choral song ed. L.Athanassaki (forthcoming)
71. ‘Douglas Maurice MacDowell’, in Proceedings of the British Academy 2011, 233-248
72. ‘The victory ode in the theatre’, in Receiving the Komos, ed. R. Rawles, P. Agocs, C. Carey (forthcoming); preliminary publication at http://eprints.ucl.ac.uk/19956/.
73. ‘Pindaric metapoetics revisited’, IVo Simposio Letras Classicas (Sao Paolo 2012) 25-50.
74. ‘Marathon and the construction of the comic past’, in Marathon 2,500: Proceedings of the Marathon Conference 2010 ed. C. Carey/M.J. Edwards (London forthcoming)
75. ‘Rhetoric  in  (the  other) Menander’, in Hellenistic  oratory ed. C. Kremmydas and K. Tempest (OUP forthcoming)  
76. ‘Comedy and the civic chorus’ in Comic Interactions ed. E. Bakola, L. Prauscello, M. Telò (CUP forthcoming)
77. ‘Rhetoric and historiography’,  in Oxford Companion to Rhetoric ed. M. MacDonald (OUP forthcoming) 

3. Reviews

1. H. Maehler, Die Lieder des Bakchylides, Journal of Hellenic Studies 103 (1983), 165-6
2. G. M. Kirkwood, Selections from Pindar, Classical Review 34 (1984), 5-7
3. P. A. Bernardini, Mito e attualità nelle odi di Pindaro, Classical Review 35 (1985), 381-2
4. A.P. Burnett, The art of Bacchylides, Journal of Hellenic Studies 107 (1987), 196-7
5. W. H. Race, Pindar, Classical Review 38 (1988), 6-8
6. R.L. Fowler, The nature of early Greek lyric, Phoenix 42 (1988), 177-9
7. C. Greengard, The structure of Pindar’s epinician odes, Classical Review 40 (1990), 147
8. E. Cavallini, Presenza di Saffo e Alceo nella poesia greca fino ad Aristofane, Classical Review 40 (1990), 295-7
9. W. J. Verdenius, Commentaries on Pindar II, Classical Review 40 (1990), 216-7
10. H. Maehler, Pindarus pars II, Classical Review 40 (1990), 465-6
11. F.J. Nisetich, Pindar and Homer, Classical Review 41 (1991), 218
12. G. Bona, Pindaro, i peani, Classical Review 41 (1991), 14
13. G. Nagy, Greek mythology and poetics, Classical Philology 87 (1992) 62-5
14. G. Nagy, Pindar's Homer, American Journal of Philology 113 (1992), 83-6
15. D.M. MacDowell, Demosthenes, Meidias, Journal of Hellenic Studies 112 (1992) 189-90
16. L. Kurke, The traffic in praise, Journal of Hellenic Studies 114 (1994) 184
17. S.C. Todd, The shape of Athenian law, Classical Review 44 (1994)
18. K. Kapparis, Apollodoros Against Neaira, [Demosthenes] 59, Phoenix 2000 175-7
19. C.O.Pavese, Semantematica della lirica corale greca, Classical Review 52 (2001)
20. F. Ferrari, Pindaro: Olimpiche, Classical Review 52 (2001) 375-6

4. In press

1. Eros (OUP); edited y Ed Sanders, Chiara Thumiger, Nick Lowe and Chris Carey

5. In progress

1. Herodotos, Book 7 (Cambridge University Press)
2. Athenian Law (Bristol Phoenix)
3. Marathon 2,500: Proceedings of the Marathon Conference 2010, edited by Chris Carey and Mike Edwards (forthcoming London 2013)


6. Editorships


Editor of Classical Review, 1992-6

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