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* Mayer, Péter (forthcoming: 2008) 'Aristoteles über das Wort 'iambeion' und über die Anfänge des Iambos (Poet. 1448b,30-32 - eine Pseudo-Etymologie?)', ''Wiener Humanistische Blätter''.
 
* Mayer, Péter (forthcoming: 2008) 'Aristoteles über das Wort 'iambeion' und über die Anfänge des Iambos (Poet. 1448b,30-32 - eine Pseudo-Etymologie?)', ''Wiener Humanistische Blätter''.
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*Quattrocelli, L. (work-in-progress) ‘« οὐδ’ εἴ μοι δέκα μὲν γλῶσσαι, δέκα δὲ στόματ’ εἶεν » (Hom., Il. 2, 489). L’expression des modulations de la voix dans la pratique poétique et rhétorique’.
  
 
* Rawles, Richard (forthcoming) ''Simonides and Simonidea: a study in poetic tradition''. (monograph)
 
* Rawles, Richard (forthcoming) ''Simonides and Simonidea: a study in poetic tradition''. (monograph)

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  • Bernsdorff, Hans (forthcoming) Anacreon of Teos, Testimonia and Fragments. Edited and translated with introduction and commentary. Oxford University Press.
  • Blaise, Fabienne (forthcoming) ‘Entre les dieux et les hommes: commentaire des poèmes 4, 13 et 36 (W.) de Solon’, [...].
  • Boedeker, Deborah (forthcoming) 'Sappho Old and New' in Archaic Lesbos: Sappho, Alcaeus, Pittacus, ed. Apostolos Pierris. London: [...].
  • Caciagli, Stefano (forthcoming) L’usage du mythe chez les poètes éoliens', forthcoming.
  • Calame, Claude (1998) 'La poésie lyrique grecque, un genre inexistant?' Littérature 11: 87-110. English translation in preparation for I. Rutherford (ed.) Oxford Readings in Greek Lyric. Oxford. (Nov 2012)
  • Firinu, Elena (forthcoming) 'Il primo stasimo dell’ Ifigenia Taurica euripidea e i Persiani di Timoteo di Mileto: un terminus post quem per il nomos?', Eikasmos 20.
  • Ford, Andrew L. (in preparation) Aristotle's Hymn to Hermias. (monograph)
  • Franklin, J.C. (forthcoming) The Middle Muse: Mesopotamian Echoes in Early Greek Music (under contract, Oxford).
  • Franklin, J.C. (forthcoming) Kinyras: The Divine Lyre (under contract, Oxford).
  • Franklink, J.C. (forthcoming) The Stormy Seas of Cyprus: Eastern-Wandering Poetry Between Greece and Cyprus
  • González de Tobia, Ana M. (forthcoming) 'La palabra fundante. Simónides y el epitafio'. Paper presented at the X° Encuentro Internacional de Estudios Clásicos “la palabra fundante” , 4-8 September 2006. Egean University, Izmir, Turquía.
  • González de Tobia, Ana M. (forthcoming) 'Solón y sus intérpretes. Poesía, Historia y Mitología en el debate sobre las contingencias del poder'. Paper presented at the VII Congresso da SBEC, (UNESPI) 2-7 September 2007, Araracuara, Brasil.
  • González de Tobia, Ana M. (forthcoming) 'Las configuraciones de Solón. Su poesía entre la reconstrucción de una personalidad histórica y la comprensión de una posción intelectual'. Paper presented at the XII Congreso Español de Estudios Clásicos, 22-27 October 2007, Valencia, Spain.
  • Kowalzig, B. & Wilson, P. (eds.) (forthcoming, 2013) Song Culture and Social Change: The Contexts of Dithyramb Oxford. Contributions:
    • Fearn, D.W. 'Athens and the Empire'
    • Ieranò, G. "One for whom the Tribes dispute": the Dithyrambic Poet and the City of Athens"
    • Franklin, J.C. 'Song-Benders of Circular Choruses': Dithyramb and the ‘Demise of Music’
  • Laemmle, Rebecca (forthcoming July 2012) 'Poetik des Satyrspiels' (with a summary in English), de Gruyter.
  • Lech, Marcel Lysgaard (in press) 'The Winner Takes it All: Sophocles v.s Euripides'.
    • In this article the reputation of Euripides among his Athenian compatriots are investigated through the Didascaliae instead of using the ancient Lives and anecdotes, as we are used to. The result shows that Euripides could not have been unpopular in his lifetime. Through half a century he competed (was given a chorus) more than twenty times and won four victories at the Great Dionysia. Thus instead of being unpopular and embittered he was in fact in the League of the Champions.
  • Lech, Marcel Lysgaard (in press) 'War is Not the Answer'.
    • This article re-examines the evidence for choral marching in the Athenian theatre, which has fostered ideas on the dramatic choruses as military training for young men, ephebes. But the late lexicographical sources are not relating to the dramatic choruses of the fifth-century and are in constant conflict with our text of the plays and literary texts decribing the theatrical context; the lexicographical writings may reflect their own time or other types of choruses e.g. dithyrambic, and can therefore not be held as evidence for 1) the performance of the chorus in fifth-century Athens, 2) tragic dance as education in warfare.
  • LeVen, Pauline (2012)'"You Make Less Sense Than a (New) Dithyramb." Sociology of a Riddling Style' in: The Muse at Play. Riddles and Wordplay in Greek and Latin Poetry, ed. J. Kwapisz, D. Petrain & M. Szymanski. Berlin: PAGES
  • Mayer, Péter (forthcoming: 2008) 'Aristoteles über das Wort 'iambeion' und über die Anfänge des Iambos (Poet. 1448b,30-32 - eine Pseudo-Etymologie?)', Wiener Humanistische Blätter.
  • Quattrocelli, L. (work-in-progress) ‘« οὐδ’ εἴ μοι δέκα μὲν γλῶσσαι, δέκα δὲ στόματ’ εἶεν » (Hom., Il. 2, 489). L’expression des modulations de la voix dans la pratique poétique et rhétorique’.
  • Rawles, Richard (forthcoming) Simonides and Simonidea: a study in poetic tradition. (monograph)
  • Roilos, P. and D. Yatromanolakis (forthcoming) Interdiscursivity and Ritual. Saur Verlag.
  • Rutherford, I. (forthcoming) (ed.) Readings in Pindar. (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies.) Oxford.
  • Ulieriu-Rostás, Theodor E. (in preparation) 'Rethinking the opposites: satyrs, kitharai, and procession in Attic vase-painting' in Music in Art XXXVIII
  • Ulieriu-Rostás, Theodor E. (in preparation) 'L`aulos de Marsyas à Sicyone. Note spéculative sur la généalogie intellectuelle d`une relique mythologique' in Gaia 16
  • Wecowski, Marek (forthcoming paper) 'Wine and the Tyrant: The Wedding of Agariste and the Ideal of Sympotic Equality'.
  • Wecowski, Marek (paper in progress) '“Cyrnus, this City is Pregnant…” Theognis 39-52, Solon, Hesiod, and the Sympotic Tradition of Political Wisdom'.
  • Wecowski, Marek (monograph in progress) Symposion. The Origins of the Greek aristocratic Banquet.
  • Wiater, N. (forthcoming) Representations of Violence in Early Greek Poetry.
  • Yatromanolakis, D. (ed.) (forthcoming) Music and Politics in Ancient Greek Society. Routledge.
  • Yossi, Mary J. (forthcoming) 'Laughter in Archaic Greek Lyric Poetry: An anthology of archaic Greek lyric fragments with introduction, modern greek translation and commentary', in Laughter in Antiquity: From Homer to Lucian, eds. M. Yossi and A. Melista, St. Chronopoulos. Athens: Smili Editions. [an En Kyklo publication]
  • Yossi, M. J., D. Spatharas, A. Tatsi, Ph. Karachalios (eds.) (forthcoming) Bacchylides. Three Odes, intro. transl. commentary (Odes 3, 5 and 6). Athens: Smili Editions. [an En Kyklo publication]
  • Yossi, Mary J. (in progress) 'Engomion melos skoteinos psogos: Lyric rhetorics', contribution to a Seminar on ENGOMION organized by the Non-profit Society for the Promotion of Education and Culture EN KYKLO (Dec. 2007- March 2008), Athens (leading to a volume on ENGOMION).