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Fotini Hadjittofi

Investigadora Integrada

 

Formação académica

Education
 
Licenciada em Estudos Clássicos e Filosofia pela Universidade de Chipre (2004).
Mestre em Estudos Clássicos pela Universidade de Cambridge (2005).
Doutorada pela Universidade de Cambridge (2009) — título da tese: 'Nonnus in Context: Continuity and Change in Late Antique Greek Epic'.
 
BA in Classical Studies and Philosophy – University of Cyprus (2004).
MPhil in Classics – University of Cambridge (2005).
PhD in Classics – University of Cambridge (2010). Thesis title: 'Nonnus in Context: Continuity and Change in Late Antique Greek Epic'.
 

Principais interesses de investigação

Research Interests
 
A poesia épica grega da Antiguidade tardia, especialmente Nono de Panópolis e Quinto de Esmirna.
A influência de ideias cristãs na literatura 'pagã' da Antiguidade tardia.
O género declamatório na Antiguidade tardia, especialmente Corício de Gaza.
A poesia bíblica, especialmente o género da Paráfrase.
 
Imperial Greek epic poetry, especially Nonnus of Panopolis and Quintus of Smyrna.
The 'secular' literature of Late Antiquity and its interaction with Christian ideas.
Late Antique declamation, especially Choricius of Gaza.
Biblical poetry, especially the genre of the Paraphrase.
 

Publicações

 

Tradução Translation

  • 'Nonnus of Panopolis. Paraphrase of the Gospel according to John', University of California Press (forthcoming).

 

Artigos Journal articles

  • 'Callimachus' Sexy Athena: The Hymn to Athena and the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite', Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici 60 (2008) 9-37.
  • 'The Death of Love in Nonnus' Dionysiaca: The Rapes of Nicaea and Aura', in: Late Greek Poetry, eds. Richard Hunter e Katerina Carvounis, Ramus (Special Issue) 36.2 (2008), 114-35.

 

Capítulos de livros Book chapters

  • 'Res Romanae: Cultural Politics in Quintus Smyrnaeus' Posthomerica and Nonnus' Dionysiaca', in: Quintus Smyrnaeus: Transforming Homer in Second Sophistic Epic, eds. Manuel Baumbach e Silvio Bär, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter (2007), 357-78.
  • 'Nonnus' Unclassical Epic: Geography and Identity in the Dionysiaca', in: Unclassical Traditions - Volume II. Perspectives from East and West in Late Antiquity, eds. Christopher Kelly, Richard Flower and Michael Stuart Williams, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Classical Journal Supplementary Volume 35) (2011), 29-42. 
  • 'Erotic Fiction and Christian Sexual Ethics in Nonnus' Episode of Morrheus and Chalcomede', in: Frontiers of the Genre. Fluid Texts, eds. Marilia Futre Pinheiro and Gareth Schmeling, Ancient Narrative Supplementa, Groningen: Barkhuis (a sair em 2012).
  • 'Centring Constantinople in Himerios' Oratio 41', in: New Perspectives on Late Antiquity in the Eastern Roman Empire, eds. A. Francisco Heredero, D. Hernández de la Fuente, and S. Torres Prieto, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2014), 230-44.
  • 'Major Themes and Motifs in the Dionysiaca', in: Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis, ed. D. Accorinti, Leiden: Brill (2016), 125-151.
  • 'Cross-dressing in the Declamations of Choricius of Gaza', in: Fabrique de la déclamation, eds. R. Poignault and C. Schneider, Lyon: Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée, forthcoming in 2016.
  • 'Homer is a Dancer (Ὅμηρος ὀρχεῖται): The Poet in Choricius', in L'École de Gaza : espace littéraire et identité culturelle dans l'Antiquité tardive, eds. E. Amato, A. Corcella, and D. Lauritzen, Leuven/Paris/Bristol: Peeters (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta – Bibliothèque de Byzantion 12), forthcoming in 2016.
  • 'Town and Gown in the Orations of Choricius', in: special issue of Philologus, ed. J. Stenger, forthcoming in 2016/2017.

 

Entrada de enciclopédia Encyclopedia entry

  • 'Quintus of Smyrna: The Posthomerica', in: The Literary Encyclopedia, 2010.

 

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