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Hayden Pelliccia

Professor

Goldwin Smith Hall, Room G27

hnp1@cornell.edu
607-255-8330

Website(s)

Keywords

Greek Literature

Departments/Programs

  • Classics

Graduate Fields

  • Classics

Research

  • Greek Literature

Courses

Publications

  • Mind, Body, and Speech in Homer and Pindar (Hypomnemata 107 [Göttingen 1995]
    • Reviews:
      • A. Bonnafé, L'Antiquité Classique 67 (1998)
      • B. K. Braswell, Museum Helveticum 53 (1996) 308
      • P. Hummel, Revue de Philologie 69 (1995) 339-341
      • J. Lidov, BMCR 96.6.3 http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/1996/96.06.03.html
      • E. Polomé, Journal of Indo-European Studies 25 (1997) 426-7
      • D. F. Wilson, Religious Studies Review 23 (1997) 397
      • N. Yamagata, Classical Review 46. 2 (1996) 215-216
  • "As Many Homers As You Please", review of G. Nagy, Poetry as Performance and Homeric Questions, New York Review of Books 44. 18 (November 20, 1997) 44-48 (available at http://www.nybooks.com/nyrev/index.html )
  • "The Transposition of Aeschylus, Agamemnon 1203-1204 and the uses of môn", Mir Curad: Studies in Honor of Calvert Watkins (Innsbruck 1998) 561-572
  • Selected Dialogues of Plato: The Benjamin Jowett Translation, substantially revised by Hayden Pelliccia (The Modern Library, 2000), with preface and brief notes by the reviser (Ion, Protagoras, Phaedrus, Symposium, Apology)
  • "Was Jason a Hero?", review of The Argonautika by Apollonios Rhodios, translated from the Greek by Peter Green, New York Review of Books 48. 12 (July 19, 2001) 53-56 (available at http://www.nybooks.com/nyrev/index.html )
  • "The Interpretation of Iliad 6.145-9 and the Sympotic Contribution to Rhetoric", Colby Quarterly 38.2 (2002) 197-230
  • "Two points about Rhapsodes", in Homer, the Bible, and Beyond: Literary and Religious Canons in the Ancient World , edited by M. Finkelberg and G. Stroumsa (Leiden, 2003) 98-116