TOM MORAN Joyce's epic conflict with a friend-turned-enemy.
Homer’s Scythian Readers
J.S. UBHI How did myths tour the ancient world?
To Love Sorrowfully: Poetry and War
MATEUSZ STRÓŻYŃSKI Segal and Weil on how to live and love.
Scholiastic Triumphs: Insights from Ancient Iliadic Readers
CHARLIE BAKER How did ancient scholars explain the greatest Greek epic?
It Starts with Homer: Writing a Classics Curriculum
SAM ANDERSON How to inspire a new generation of Classicists when time is tight?
Homer and the Power of Story-telling
KATHARINE RADICE How stories can empower their tellers as much as their listeners.
Singing in the Shadow of Homer
JOE GOODKIN Reawakening the Iliad blues.
If Homer had my Editor: Emailing the Ancients
ROSARIA MUNDA launches our new competition with some editorial suggestions for Homer.
The Tale of Two Beds: Wandering and Homecoming in the Odyssey
MATEUSZ STRÓŻYŃSKI How two different Homeric beds stand in stark opposition.
Coldplay, Achilles, and Spiderman
BRIAN THENG How does ancient heroism chime with 21st-century romance?
Being a Child in the Iliad
MATEUSZ STRÓŻYŃSKI What happens to family values in Homer's world of warriors?
Remember Their Names: The Women Who Almost Saved Troy
CHRISTINE LEHNEN The enduring power of Amazonian Penthesilea and Trojan Hippodamia.
The Ancient Power of Textiles: Coping with Loss and Lockdown
DOMINIQUE NIGHTINGALE Lessons from Penelope and other weavers of Greek mythology.
Hell-to-men? Helen and Her Magic Names
ELŻBIETA WESOŁOWSKA What should we call the most enigmatic figure in Greek literature?
Homer on Paying Attention
ALEX PETKAS Odyssean focus on the epic journey home.