Publications
by the principal investigator, the research associates, and the recipients of scholarships (junior and senior researchers)

Jane Anderson:
see Jane Masséglia (née Anderson)

Olympia Bobou
Junior Researcher 2011

“Emotionality in Greek Art”, in A. Chaniotis and P. Ducrey (eds.), Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart 2013, 273-311.


Douglas Cairns
Senior Researcher 2012-2013

“A Short History of Shudders”, in A. Chaniotis and P. Ducrey (eds.), Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart 2013, 85-107.


Angelos Chaniotis
Principal Investigator 2009-2013

Books – Collective volumes
(editor of) Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag 2012, 490 pages.
(editor of) Ritual Dynamics in the Ancient Mediterranean: Agency, Emotion, Gender, Representation, Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag 2011, 390 pages.
(editor of)
Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart 2013 (together with Pierre Ducrey), 387 pages.
(editor of) Unveiling Emotions IV. Emotional Display and Audience in the Greek World (in preparation).
Articles – chapters
“From Woman to Woman: Female Voices and Emotions in Dedications to Goddesses”, in C. Prêtre (ed.), Le donateur, l’offrande et la déesse. Systèmes votifs dans les sanctuaires de déesses du monde grec (Kernos Suppl. 23), Liège: Université de Liège 2009, 51-68.
“Dynamic of Emotions and Dynamic of Rituals. Do Emotions Change Ritual Norms?”, in C. Brosius and U. Hüsken (eds.),
Ritual Matters, London: Routledge 2010, 208-233.
“Introduction”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Ritual Dynamics in the Ancient Mediterranean: Agency, Emotion, Gender, Representation, Stuttgart 2011, 9-16.
“Emotional Community through Ritual. Initiates, Citizens, and Pilgrims as Emotional Communities in the Greek World”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Ritual Dynamics in the Ancient Mediterranean: Agency, Emotion, Gender, Representation, Stuttgart 2011, 264-290.
“The Ritualised Commemoration of War in the Hellenistic City: Memory, Identity, Emotion”, in P. Low, G. Oliver, and P. Rhodes (eds.),
Cultures of Commemoration: War Memorials, Ancient and Modern, Oxford 2012, 41–62.
“Listening to Stones: Orality and Emotions in Ancient Inscriptions”, in J. Davies and J. Wilckes (eds.),
Epigraphy and the Historical Sciences. XIII International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Oxford 2012, 299–328.
“Unveiling Emotions in the Greek World. Introduction”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 11-36.
“Moving Stones: The Study of Emotions in Greek Inscriptions”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.), U
nveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 91-129.
“Constructing the Fear of Gods: Epigraphic Evidence from Sanctuaries of Greece and Asia Minor”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 205-234.
“Emotions”, in
The Oxford Classical Dictionary, 4th edition, Oxford 2012, 502-503.
“Under Siege: Challenges, Experiences, and Emotions”, in B. Campbell and L. Tritle (eds.),
The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical World, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2013, 438-456.
“Staging and Feeling the Presence of God: Emotion and Theatricality in Religious Celebrations in the Roman East”, in L. Bricault, C. Bonnet (eds.),
Panthée: Religious Transformations in the Roman Empire, Leiden: Brill, 169-189.
“Affective Epigraphy: Emotional Display in Public Inscriptions of the Hellenistic Period”,
Mediterraneo Antico (forthcoming).
“Emotional Language in Hellenistic Decrees and Hellenistic Histories”, in M. Mari and J. Thornton (eds.),
Parole in movimento. Linguaggio politico e lessico storiografico nel mondo ellenistico, Pisa 2013, 339-352.
“Emotional Tensions between Greece and Rome: Emotions and Dispositions in the Public Contacts between Greek Communities and Roman Authorities during the Republic”, in D. Cairns (ed.),
Emotions between Greece and Rome (forthcoming).
“Approaching Emotions in Greek and Roman History and Culture: An Introduction”, in A. Chaniotis and P. Ducrey (eds.),
Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart: Steiner 2013, 9-14 (with Pierre Ducrey).
“Empathy, Emotional Display, Theatricality, and Illusion in Hellenistic Historiography”, in A. Chaniotis and P. Ducrey (eds.),
Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart: Steiner 2013, 53-84.
“Normen stärker als Emotionen? Der kulturhistorische Kontext der griechischen Amnestie”, in K. Harter-Uibopuu and F. Mitthof (eds.),
Vergeben und Vergessen? Amnestie in der Antike. Akten des ersten Wiener Kolloquiums zur Antiken Rechtsgeschichte, Wien, 27.-28.10.2008, Wien: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften 2013, 47-70.

Nikoletta Kanavou
Junior Researcher 2011

“‘Negative’ Emotions and Greek Names”, in A. Chaniotis and P. Ducrey (eds.), Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart: Steiner 2013, 167-189.

Chrysi Kotsifou
Research Associate 2009-2011

Books / Collective volumes
(editor of)
Unveiling Emotions III. Emotional Display, Persuasion and Rhetoric in Papyri (in preparation).
“Papyrological Perspectives on Orphans in the World of Late Ancient Christianity”, in C. Horn and R. R. Phenix (eds.),
Children in Late Ancient Christianity, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2009, 339-373.
“Emotions and Papyri: Insights into the Theatre of Human Experience in Antiquity”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 39-90.
“A Glimpse into the World of Petitions: the Case of Aurelia Artemis and her Orphaned Children”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 317-327.
“‘Being Unable to Come to You and Lament and Weep with You’: Grief and Condolence Letters on Papyrus”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.), Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 389-411.
“Appealing for Justice, Praying for Revenge: the Papyrological Evidence”, (forthcoming).

Christina Kuhn
Research Associate 2009

“Emotionality in the Political Culture of the Graeco-Roman East: the Role of Acclamations”, A. Chaniotis (ed.), Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 295-316.

Paraskevi Martzavou
Research Associate 2010-2012

“Dream, Narrative and the Construction of Hope in the ‘Healing Miracles’ of Epidauros”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.), Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 177-204.
“Isis
Aretalogies, Initiations, and Emotions: The Isis Aretalogies as a Source for the History of Emotions”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.), Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 267-291.

Jane Masséglia (née Anderson)
Research Associate 2009-2010, Junior Researcher 2013

Articles – chapters
“Emotions and Archaeological Sources: a Methodological Introduction”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2102, 131-152.
“Make or Break Decisions: The Archaeology of Allegiance in Ephesos”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2102, 329-355.
“‘Reasons to be Cheerful’: Conflicting Emotions in the Drunken Old Women of Munich and Rome”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2102, 413-430.
“Feeling Low: The Relationship between Social Status and Emotional Display in Hellenistic Art”, in A. Chaniotis and P. Ducrey (eds.),
Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart: Steiner 2013, 313-330.


Irene Salvo
Research Assistant 2009-2012

“Sweet Revenge: Emotional Factors in ‘Prayers for Justice’”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.), Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 235-266.

Ed Sanders
Research Associate 2009-2010

“Beyond the Usual Suspects: Literary Sources and the Historian of Emotions”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.), Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 151-173.
““He Is a Liar, a Bounder, and a Cad”: the Arousal of Hostile Emotions in Attic Forensic Oratory”, in A. Chaniotis (ed.),
Unveiling Emotions: Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World, Stuttgart 2012, 359-387.

Melina Tamiolaki
Junior Researcher 2011

“Emotions and Historical Representation in Xenophon’s Hellenika”, in A. Chaniotis and P. Ducrey (eds.), Unveiling Emotions II. Emotions in Greece and Rome: Texts, Images, Material Culture, Stuttgart 2013, 15-52.

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