Lamari Anna


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Assistant Professor
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2310 997566
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207 n.b.
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Anna A. Lamari studied Classics at the Universities of Athens (B.A. 2002), University College London (M.A. 2003) and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (PhD 2008). She has received gratuate and postdoctoral grants from the Melina Merkouri Foundation (2006-2008), the National Fellowship Foundation (2009-2010), as well as the Foundation for Education and European Culture (2011-2012). During the year 2013-2014 she was a Research Fellow at Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies. Her research focuses on ancient Greek drama, its performances and re-performances, as well as narratology. She is the author of Reperforming Greek Tragedy: Theater, Politics, and Cultural Mobility in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC, Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes, De Gruyter: Berlin (in press, forthcoming in 2017) and Narrative, Intertext, and Space in Euripides’ Phoenissae (Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes 6, De Gruyter: Berlin and New York 2010, ix+250). She is the editor of Reperformances of Drama in the Fifth and Foruth Centuries BC: Authors and Contexts, Trends in Classics 7.2, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2015, x+221 and co-editor of Gaze, Vision, and Visuality in Ancient Greek Literature, Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston (forthcoming in 2017). She has also published chapters in collective volumes, including the following: ‘Ancient Reperformances of Euripides’, in A. Markantonatos (ed.), Brill’s Companion to Euripides, Brill: Leiden 2017 (forthcoming), ‘Visual Intertextuality in Ancient Greek Drama: Euripides’ Bacchae and the Use of the Art Media’, in E. Bakola et al. (eds.), Gaze, Vision, and Visuality in Ancient Greek Literature: Concepts, Contexts, and Reception, Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2017 (forthcoming), ‘Phoenician Women’, in L. K. McClure (ed.), A Companion to Euripides, Wiley Blackwell: West Sussex 2016, 258-269, ‘Madness Narrative in Euripides’ Bacchae’, in P. Kyriakou & A. Rengakos (eds.), Wisdom and Folly in Euripides, Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes 31, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2016, 241-255, ‘Aeschylus and the Beginning of Tragic Reperformances’, in A. A. Lamari (ed.), Reperformances of Drama in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC: Authors and Contexts, Trends in Classics 7.2, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2015, 189-206, ‘Making meaning: Cross-References and their Interpretation in Thucydides’ Sicilian Narrative’ (in A. Tsakmakis & M. Tamiolaki (eds.), Thucydides Between History and Literature, De Gruyter: Berlin and New York 2013, 287-307); ‘The Return of the Father: Euripides’ Antiope, Hypsipyle, and Phoenissae (in A. Markantonatos & B. Zimmermann (eds.), Crisis on Stage: Tragedy and Comedy in Late Fifth-Century Athens, De Gruyter: Berlin and New York 2012, 219-239); ‘Knowing a Story’s End: Future Reflexive in the Narrative of the Argive Expedition Against Thebes’ (in J. Grethlein & A. Rengakos (eds.), Narratology and Interpretation: the Content of the Form in Ancient Texts, De Gruyter: Berlin and New York 2009, 399-419). She is currently working on the reperformances of ancient Greek drama in the fifth and fourth centuries BC, writing a book (Tragedy Reperformed: Evidence, Politics, and Contexts in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC) and editing a volume (Dramatic Reperformances: Authors and Contexts, De Gruyter: Berlin 2015) with an authored chapter.

 

 

ANNA A. LAMARI

 

Department of Philology

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

54124, Thessaloniki Greece

annalamari@gmail.com alamari@lit.auth.gr

 

 

EDUCATION

 2008 PhD Classics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Dissertation: A Narratological Study of Euripides’ Phoenissae.

2003 MA Classics, University College London.

Thesis: Narratological Observations on Pindar’s Pythian IV.

2002 BA Classics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books

1. Reperforming Greek Tragedy: Theater, Politics, and Cultural Mobility in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC, Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes, De Gruyter: Berlin (in press, forthcoming in 2017).

 2. Narrative, Intertext, and Space in Euripides’ Phoenissae, Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes 6, De Gruyter: Berlin and New York 2010, ix+250.

Reviewed by: M. Dubischar, Gnomon 85.2 (2013) 173-175.

    F. Montana, Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica 140 (2012) 167-173.

    M. I. Saravia de Grossi, Synthesis 19 (2012) 137-141.

          I. Torrance, Journal of Hellenic Studies 132 (2012) 1-2.

 

Edited Volumes

1. A. A. Lamari, E. Bakola, A. Kampakoglou, C. Orth, M. Tamiolaki, A. Novokhatko, C. Michel, F. Maier, S. Chronopoulos (eds.), Gaze, Vision, and Visuality in Ancient Greek Literature, Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston (forthcoming in 2017).

2. A. A. Lamari (ed.), Reperformances of Drama in the Fifth and Foruth Centuries BC: Authors and Contexts, Trends in Classics 7.2, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2015, x+221.

 

Chapters in Books / Articles in Journals

1. ‘Ancient Reperformances of Euripides’, in A. Markantonatos (ed.), Brill’s Companion to Euripides, Brill: Leiden 2017 (forthcoming, 8,000 words).

2. ‘Visual Intertextuality in Ancient Greek Drama: Euripides’ Bacchae and the Use of the Art Media’, in E. Bakola et al. (eds.), Gaze, Vision, and Visuality in Ancient Greek Literature: Concepts, Contexts, and Reception, Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2017 (forthcoming 7,000 words).

3. ‘Phoenician Women’, in L. K. McClure (ed.), A Companion to Euripides, Wiley Blackwell: West Sussex 2016, 258-269.

4. ‘Madness Narrative in Euripides’ Bacchae’, in P. Kyriakou & A. Rengakos (eds.), Wisdom and Folly in Euripides, Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes 31, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2016, 241-255.

5. ‘Aeschylus and the Beginning of Tragic Reperformances’, in A. A. Lamari (ed.), Reperformances of Drama in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BC: Authors and Contexts, Trends in Classics 7.2, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2015, 189-206.

6. ‘Making meaning: Cross-References and their Interpretation in Thucydides’ Sicilian Narrative’, in A. Tsakmakis & M. Tamiolaki (eds.), Thucydides Between History and Literature, Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes 17, De Gruyter: Berlin / New York 2013, 287-307.

7. ‘The Return of the Father: Euripides’ Antiope, Hypsipyle, and Phoenissae’, in B. Zimmermann & A. Markantonatos (eds.), Crisis on Stage: Tragedy and Comedy in Late Fifth-Century Athens, Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes 13, De Gruyter: Berlin / Boston 2012, 219-239.

8. ‘Knowing a Story’s End: Future Reflexive in the Narrative of the Argive Expedition Against Thebes’, in J. Grethlein & A. Rengakos (eds.), Narratology and Interpretation: the Content of the Form in Ancient Texts, Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes 4, De Gruyter: Berlin / New York 2009, 399-419.

9. ‘Painting a Song, Singing a Painting: Ecphrasis in Theocritus, Idyll 18’, Seminari Romani di Cultura Greca 11.1 (2008) 7-26.

10. ‘Aeschylus’ Seven Against Thebes vs. Euripides’ Phoenissae: Male vs. Female Power’, Wiener Studien 120 (2007) 5-24.

 

 Review:

‘D. W. Berman, Myth and Culture in Aeschylus’ Seven Against Thebes, Rome: Edizioni dell’ Ateneo. 2007. 214 S. (Filologia e Critica. Collana Diretta da Bruno Gentili. 95) ISBN 978-88-8476-131-6 (Pb), 978-88-8476-132-3 (Hb)’, Gnomon 81 (2009) 642-644.