Frangoulidis Stavros


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Stavros Frangoulidis studied Classics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, where he received his BA (1983), and the Ohio State University, where he received both his MA (1985) and PhD (1990). He has taught Classics at the Ohio State University (1990-91) and the University of Crete (1991-2008). In June 2009 he joined the Classics department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki as an associate professor in Latin.

His research interests include Greek and Roman Novel, Roman Comedy and Roman Historiography.   He is the author of Handlung und Nebenhandlung: Theater, Metatheater und Gattungsbewusstein in der römischen Komödie (Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler 1997) and of Roles and Performances in Apuleius' Metamorphoses (Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler 2001). His latest monograph is Witches Isis and Narrative: Approaches to Magic in Apuleius'Metamorphoses (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008).  He has also published a number of articles in the fields of Roman novel and Roman New Comedy. 

He has been co-organizer of several RICAN conferences (devoted to the study of the Ancient Novel) and co-editor of the relevant proceedings (published as Ancient Narrative Supplementa). 

He is member of the Scientific Board of Ordia Prima and member of the Advisory Board of Scholia: Studies in Classical Antiquity (1999-2006), Ancient Narrative and The Classical Bulletin 

Stavros Frangoulidis

Associate Professor of Latin

Curriculum Vitae  

EDUCATION

1985–1990            Doctor of Philosophy. Ohio State University, USA. Department of Classics.

1983–1985            Master of Arts. Ohio State University, USA. Department of Classics.

1983                    Undergraduate Degree. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Department of Classics.

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

Epic Imitation in the Metamorphoses of Apuleius. Ph.D. Dissertation. Columbus, ΟΗ: University Microfilm Incorporation, 1990 (supervisor: Carl C.Schlam).

 

MA THESIS

Structure and Repetition in Aeschylus’ Persians and Prometheus Bound. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University (supervisor: June W. Allison).

 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2013 – present 
Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Dept. of Philology, Division of Classics.
2008 – 2012 
Associate Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Dept. of Philology, Division of Classics.
2002 – 2008
Associate Professor, University of Crete, Dept. of Philology, Division of Classics.
1996 – 2002
Assistant Professor, University of Crete, Dept. of Philology, Division of Classics (tenure, 31-12-1999).
1992 – 1996
Lecturer, Assistant Professor, University of Crete, Dept. of Philology, Division of Classics.
1991 – 1992
Visiting Assistant Professor University of Crete, Dept. of Philology, Division of Classics.
1990 – 1991
Instructor, Ohio State University. Dept of Classics.
1989 – 1990
Lecturer, Ohio State University, Center for Epigraphical Studies, Dept. of Classics.
1984 – 1989
Teaching and Research Associate, Ohio State University, Dept. of Classics.


AWARDS

  1. A.G. Woodhead Prize awarded for the best seminar paper written in the academic year 1988-89. Ohio State University, Department of Classics.
  2. City Hall of Katerini, 1981-82 and 1982-83.

 

AUTHORED BOOKS

  1. Witches, Isis and Narrative: Approaches to Magic in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses. Trends in Classics-Supplementary Volumes 2. Edited by Franco Montanari and Antonios Rengakos. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008.
  2. Roles and Performances in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses. Drama. Beitrage zum antiken Drama und seiner Rezeption, Beiheft 16. Edited by B. Zimmermann. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler 2001.
  3. Handlung und Nebenhandlung: Theater, Metatheater und Gattungsbewusstein in der römischen Komödie. Drama. Beiträge zum antiken Drama und seiner Rezeption 6. Edited by B. Zimmermann. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, 1997.

 

EDITED BOOKS (with authored chapters)

  1. Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry: Studies in Honor of Theodore D. Papanghelis. Edited by Stavros Frangoulidis and Stephen Harrison. Trends in Classics-Supplementary Volumes. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018 (forthcoming).
  2. Roman Drama and its Contexts. Edited by Gesine Manuwald, Stephen Harrison and Stavros Frangoulidis. Trends in Classics-Supplementary Volumes. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016 (hardbound edition.); 2017 (paperback)
  3. Generic Interfaces in Latin Literature: Encounters, Interactions and Transformations in Latin Literature. Edited by Theodore D. Papanghelis, Stephen J. Harrison and Stavros Frangoulidis. Trends in Classics-Supplementary Volumes 20. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013.
  4. Stephen J. Harrison and Stavros Frangoulidis (eds.), Narrative, Culture, and Genre in the Ancient Novel. Special Issue of Trends in Classics 4.2. Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter 2012, pp. 213-398. 
  5. The Greek and the Roman Novels: Parallel Readings. Ancient Narrative Supplementa 8. Edited by Michael Paschalis, Stavros Frangoulidis, Stephen Harrison and Maaike Zimmerman. Groningen: Barkhuis Publishing and Groningen University Library, 2007.
  6. Metaphor in the Ancient Novel.Ancient Narrative Supplementa4.Edited by Stephen J. Harrison, Michael Paschalis and Stavros Frangoulidis. Groningen: Barkhuis Publishing & Groningen University Library, 2005.
  7. Space in the Ancient Novel. Ancient Narrative Supplementa1. Edited by Michael Paschalis and Stavros Frangoulidis. Groningen: Barkhuis Publishing & Groningen University Library, 2002.

 

ΑRTICLES

  1. Aphrodisia and the Poenulus of Plautus: The Case of Agorastocles”, in:  Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry: Studies in Honor of Theodore D. Papanghelis. Edited by Stavros Frangoulidis and Stephen HarrisonTrends in Classics-Supplementary Volumes. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018, 207-19 (forthcoming).
  2. “Furia as an Auctor in Seneca’s Thyestes”.  Trends in Classics 9 (2017) 179–190.
  3. “Romance and Farce”, in: A Companion to Plautus. Edited by Dorota Dutsch and George Fredric Franko.  Malden MA and Oxford: Wiley Blackwell and Oxford, 2017 (forthcoming).
  4.  “Mycenaean Becoming Trojan”, in: Roman Drama and its Contexts. Edited by Gesine Manuwald, Stephen Harrison and Stavros Frangoulidis. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016 (forthcoming).
  5. “Byrrhaena and her Household”. In: Stephen J. Harrison (ed.), Characterisation in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses: Nine Studies. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015, 73-86.
  6.  “Renewal and Compromise in Plautus’ Mostellaria”, in: Plautine Trends: Studies in Plautine Comedy and its Reception. Edited by Ioannis N. Perysinakis and Evangelos Karakasis, Trends in Classics-Supplementary Volumes 29. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter 2014, 127-139.
  7. “Comic Transformations of Paraclausithyron in Plautus’ Curculio.” In: Generic Interfaces in Latin Literature: Encounters, Interactions and Transformations. Edited by Theodore Papanghelis, Stephen J. Harrison and Stavros Frangoulidis. Trends in Classics-Supplementary Volumes 20.  Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013, 267-281. 
  8. “Phormio”. In: Antonios C. Augoustakis and Ariana Trail (Eds). A Companion to Terence. Malden MA and Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell and Oxford, 2012, 281-294. 
  9. “Reception of Strangers in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses: The Examples of Hypata and Cenchreae”. In: Edmund P. Cueva and Shannon Byrne (Eds), Companion to the Ancient Novel. Malden MA and Oxford: Wiley Blackwell and Oxford 2013, 275-287. 
  10. ‘Double Dreams in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’. In: Stephen J. Harrison and Stavros Frangoulidis (eds.),  Narrative, Culture, and Genre in the Ancient Novel. Special Issue of Trends in Classics 4.2. Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter 2012, pp. 363-376.
  11. Assem habeas, assem valeas: Η υστεροφημία του Τριμαλχίωνα στα Σατυρικά του Πετρωνίου.” In: Laus et gratia: Ιn memoriam Κωνσταντίνου Γρόλλιου. Edited by Dimitrios Z. Nikitas. Thessaloniki: University Studio Press 2012, 257-270.
  12. “From Impulsiveness to Self-restraint: Lucius’ Stance on Apuleius’ Metamorphoses.” Trends in Classics 3 (2011) 113-125.
  13. “Trimalchioas Narrator and Stage-director in the Cena: An Unobserved Parallelism in Petronius’ Satyricon 78”. Classical Philology 103 (2008) 81-87.
  14. “Plautus' Miles Gloriosus Act 3, Scene 2: A Second Delayed Prologue?”Scholia14 (2005) 38-42.
  15. “Transforming the Genre: Apuleius’ Metamorphoses”.In: Τhe Greek and the Roman Novels: Parallel Readings. Ancient Narrative Supplementa 8. Edited by Michael Paschalis, Stavros Frangoulidis, Stephen Harrison and Maaike Zimmerman. Groningen: Barkhuis Publishing and Groningen University Library 2007, 193-203.
  16. “Another Ending: Gaius Caligula’s Assassination Narrative (Suet. Cal. 56-60)”. Ordia Prima 4 (2005) 75-83.
  17.  “Aristomenes’ Death and Rebirth: A Pivotal Metaphor in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses”. Στο: Metaphor and the Ancient Novel. Ancient Narrative Supplementa 4. Edited by Stephen Harrison, Michael Paschalis and Stavros Frangoulidis, Groningen: Barkhuis Publishers and Groningen University Library 2005, 197-209.
  18. “The Laughter Festival as a Community Integration Rite”. Στο: Space in the Ancient Novel.Ancient Narrative Supplementa 1. Edited by Michael Paschalis and Stavros Frangoulidis. Groningen: Barkhuis Publishers and Groningen University Library 2002, σσ. 177-188.
  19. “Mutilation as Emasculation in Apuleius’ Tale of Thelyphron (Met. 2.21-30)”. In: Hommage a Carl Deroux. Edited by Pol Defosse. Bruxelles: Collection Latomus 2002. Volume II, 164-172.
  20. “Role-Changing in Apuleius’ Tale of the Miller’s Wife (Metamorphoses 9.14-31)”. Scholia 9 (2000) 66-77.
  21. “Theatre and Spectacle in Apuleius’ Tale of the Robber Thrasyleon (Met. 4.13-21)”. In: Griechisch-römische Komödie und Tragödie III. Edited by B. Zimmermann. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, 1999, 113-135.
  22. Cui videbor veri similia dicere proferens vera? Aristomenes and the Witches in Apuleius’ Tale of Aristomenes”. Classical Journal 94 (1999) 375-391.
  23. Scaena feralium nuptiarum: Wedding Imagery in Apuleius’ Tale of Charite (Met. 8,1-14)”. American Journal of Philology 120 (1999) 601-619.
  24. “The Entrapment of Pyrgopolynices in Plautus’ Miles Gloriosus”. La Parola del Passato 53 (1998) 40-43.
  25. “Intratextuality in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses”.L’Antiquité Classique 66 (1997) 293-299.
  26. “Wedding Imagery in Apuleius’ Tale of Tlepolemus/Haemus.” Atene e Roma 41 (1996) 196-202.
  27. “Counter-Theatricalization in Plautus’ Captivi III.4”. Mnemosyne 49 (1996) 144-158.
  28. “(Meta)theatre as Therapy in Terence’s Phormio.” Classica et Mediaevalia 47 (1996) 169-206.
  29. “Phormio as Parasite and Playwright in Terence’s Phormio”. Bollettino di Studi Latini 25 (1995) 397-425.
  30. “Food and Poetics in Plautus’ Captivi IV.2”. L’Antiquitι Classique 65 (1996) 225-230.
  31. “A Prologue-within-a-Prologue: Plautus, Miles Gloriosus 145-153”. Latomus 55 (1996) 568-570.
  32. “Contextuality in the Sisters’ Death in Apuleius’ Tale of Cupid and Psyche”. La Parola del Passato 50 (1995) 140-144.
  33. “Self-Imitation in Apuleius’ Tales of Tlepolemus/Haemus and Thrasyleon”. Mnemosyne 47 (1994) 337-348.
  34. “Venus and Psyche’s Sisters in Apuleius’ Tale of Cupid and Psyche”. Classical Bulletin 70 (1994) 67-72.
  35. “The Soldier as a Storyteller in Terence’s Eunuchus”. Mnemosyne 47 (1994) 586-595.
  36. “Palaestrio as Playwright: Plautus, Miles Gloriosus 209-212”. In: Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 7. Edited by C. Deroux. Bruxelles: Collection Latomus 1994, 72-86.
  37. “Modes of Metatheatre: Theatricalisation and Detheatricalisation in Terence, Eunuchus”. Liverpool Classical Monthly 18 (1993) 146-151.
  38. “Performance and Improvisation in Terence’s Eunuchus”. Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 48 (1994) 121-130.
  39. “Polyphemus’ Prayer to Poseidon: Homer, Odyssey 9.528-35”. Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 43 (1993) 45-49.
  40. “A Pattern from Homer’s Odyssey in the Sicilian Narrative of Thucydides”. Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 44 (1993) 95-102.
  41. “Homeric Allusions to the Cyclopeia in Apuleius’ Description of the Robbers’ Cave”. La Parola del Passato 47 (1992) 50-58.
  42. “The somnus funestus and somnus vanus of Charite: Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 4.27 (95.16)”. Latomus 52 (1993) 105-111.
  43. “Charite’s Literary Models: Homer’s Odysseus and Vergil’s Dido”. Στο: Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 6. Edited by C. Deroux. Bruxelles: Collection Latomus 1992. σσ. 435-450.
  44. “Duplicity and Gift-Offerings in Vergil’s Aeneid 1 and 2”. Vergilius 38 (1992) 26-37.
  45. “Epic Inversion in the Tale of Tlepolemus / Haemus”. Mnemosyne 44 (1992) 60-74.
  46. Charite dulcissima: A Note on the Nameless Charite at Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 7.12 (163.10)”. Mnemosyne 44 (1991) 387-394.
  47. “Vergil’s Tale of the Trojan Horse in Apuleius’ Robber-Tale of Thrasyleon”. La Parola del Passato 46 (1991) 95-111.
  48. “Tacitus (Hist. 1.40-43), Plutarch (Galba 26-27) and Suetonius (Galba 7.20) on the Death of Galba”. Favonius 3 (1990) 1-10.

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. “Titus Maccius Plautus (254 BCE (?) –184 BCE)”. In: Literary Encyclopedia. Edited by Thomas Habinek and William Dominik. 1 Oct. 2006.
  2. “Η δολοφονία του Καλιγούλα: οι οιωνοί”. Ιστορικά 236 (2004) 38-43.
  3. “Η θέση των Λατινικών στα σχολεία της Ελλάδας και άλλων χωρών: Προβληματισμοί και Προτάσεις”. Θαλλώ 13 (2002) 101-107.
  4. “Μια ‘υποδειγματική’ χήρα στις Mεταμορφώσεις του Απουλήιου”. Θαλλώ 11 (2000) 57-66.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

  1. Θεόδωρος Δ. Παπαγγελής, Η Ρώμη και ο κόσμος της. Θεσσαλονίκη: Ίδρυμα Μανόλη Τριανταφυλλίδη, 2005. ΒΗΜΑ 13/11/2005, τεύχος 8, σελ. 52.
  2. Θ. Δ. Παπαγγελής, Η ποιητική των Ρωμαίων ‘νεωτέρων’. Προϋποθέσεις και προεκτάσεις (Αθήνα: ΜΙΕΤ 1994). Latomus 55 (1996) 670-672.
  3. Λ. Μ. Τρομάρας, P. TerentiusAfer: Eunuchus. Εισαγωγή, Κείμενο, Σχόλια (Θεσσαλονίκη: University Studio Press 1991). Latomus 53 (1994) 897-899.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

  1. “From Intertextuality to Intratextuality: Euripides’ Iphigenia at Aulis and Seneca’s Troades, 11th Trends in Classics: “Intratextuality and Roman Literature”, Thessaloniki, May 25-27, 2017.
  2. “Mycaenean Becoming Trojan”. 8th Trends in Classics International Conferences: “Roman Drama and its Contexts”. Thessaloniki, May 29-June 1, 2014.
  3. Ostium oculissumum: Comic Transformations of Paraclausithyron in Plautus’ Curculio.” 5th Trends in Classics International Conferences: Latin Genre: Encounters, Interactions and Transformations in Latin Literarure. Thessaloniki, 27-29 May, 2011.
  4. “‘War’ in Magic and Lovemaking”. Conference Series: International Conference on the Ancient Novel (ICAN) IV: “Crossroads in the Ancinet Novel: Spaces, Frontiers, Intersections.” Lisbon, 21-26 July, 2008.
  5. “The Isis Book (11) as a Rewriting of Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 1-10”. International Conference: “Narratology and Interpretation. The Content of the Form in Ancient Texts.” Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, December 6-8, 2007.
  6. “Listener/Reader and Author in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses: Lucius’ and Milo’s Tales of Diophanes and Asinius’ Prophecy”. Conference Series: Rethymno International Conference on the Ancient Novel (RICAN) IV: “Readers and Writers in the Ancient Novel.” Rethymno, May 20-22, 2007.
  7. “Transforming the Genre: Apuleius’ Metamorphoses”. Conference Series:Rethymno International Conference on the Ancient Novel (RICAN) IIΙ: “The Greek and Roman Novel: Parallel Readings.” Rethymno, May 22-24, 2005.
  8. “Spectacle and Story-telling: An Unobserved Parallelism in Petronius' Satyricon 78”. International Conference: “Viewing and Listening in the Ancient World”. Rethymno, May 23-25, 2004.
  9. “A Pivotal Metaphor of Death and Rebirth: Aristomenes and Lucius in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses”. Conference Series: Rethymno International Conference on the Ancient Novel (RICAN) II: “Metaphor in the Novel and the Novel as Metaphor”. Rethymno, May 18-19, 2003.
  10. “The Laughter Festival as Community Integration Rite in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses”. Conference Series:Rethymno International Conference on the Ancient Novel RICAN I: “Space in Ancient Novel”. Rethymno, May 14-15, 2001 and the Conference on Latin Philology, Democritus’ University of Thrace, Komotini, May 17, 2001.
  11. “Mutilation and Emasculation in Apuleius’ Tale of Thelyphron (Met. 2.21-30)”. International Conference on the Ancient Novel (ICAN)2000. Groningen, 21-26, July 2000.
  12. “Η θέση των Λατινικών στα σχολεία της Ελλάδας και άλλων χωρών”. Conference: Τα Φιλολογικά Μαθήματα στη Δευτεροβάθμια Εκπαίδευση, Ierapetra, Oct. 20-22, 2000.
  13. “Μια υποδειγματική χήρα στις Mεταμορφώσεις του Απουλήιου”. Paperpresentation: Union of Latin Teachers, Chania, May 24, 1999.
  14. “Demochares’ Show in Apuleius’ Tale of the Robber Thrasyleon (Met. 4.13-21)”. 20th Groningen Colloquia on the Novel, May 22-24, 1997.
  15. “Duplicity and Gift-Offerings in Vergil’s Aeneid 1 and 2”. Department of Classics, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York, February 6, 1992.
  16. “The somnus funestus and somnus vanus of Charite: Apuleius’ Metamorphoses 4.27 (95.16)”.Classical Association of the Atlantic States Conference, Washington, D.C., April 6, 1991.
  17. “Vergil’s Tale of the Trojan-Horse in Apuleius’ Robber-Tale of Thrasyleon”. Classical Association of the Atlantic States (CAAS), Gettysburg, PA, April 27, 1990
  18. “Homeric Allusions to the Cyclopeia in the Tale of Tlepolemus/Haemus”. Ohio Classical Conference, Granville, Ohio, November 2, 1989.
  19. “Epic Inversion in the Tale of Tlepolemus/Haemus”. Classical Association of the Atlantic States (CAAS), Lancaster, PA, September 29, 1989.

 

PUBLICATION COMMITTES

  1. Member of the Editorial Board of THE CLASSICAL BULLETIN since 2008
  2. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the series SCHOLIA: STUDIES IN CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY and ANCIENT NARRATIVE
  3. Co-editor of ΑΡΙΑΔΝΗ: ΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΟΝΙΚΗ ΕΠΕΤΗΡΙΔΑ ΤΗΣ ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΙΚΗΣ ΣΧΟΛΗΣ ΤΟΥ ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟΥ ΚΡΗΤΗΣ (Vols. 10, 11, 12, and 13)
  4. Reader of  TRENDS IN CLASSICS, ILLINOIS CLASSICAL STUDIES, CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY, ANCIENT NARRATIVE, HELIOS, CLASSICAL JOURNAL, TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (TAPA) and SCHOLIA
  5. Member of the International Advisory Committee, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE ANCIENT NOVEL 5 (ICAN) 2015, Houston, TX
  6. Member of the International Advisory Committee for the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE ANCIENT NOVEL 4 (ICAN) 2008, Lisbon

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Greek and Roman Novel

Latincomedyandtragedy

Roman satire

Greek and Latin historiography