Selected Articles by Nancy Felson, Professor Emerita, University of Georgia

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Appropriating Ancient Greek Myths: Strategies and Caveats
, Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2016, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 126-131

Bakhtinian Alterity, Homeric Rapport, Arethusa, Spring 1993, Vol. 26, No. 2, Bakhtin and Ancient Studies: Dialogues and Dialogics, pp. 159-171

Children of Zeus,  in the Homeric Hymns, Generational Succession In Andrew Faulkner, ed., The Homeric Hymns: interpretive essays (Oxford University Press 2011) 254-279.
Deixis in Linguistics and Poetics with Jared S. Klein.  “Deixis in Linguistics and Poetics.” In Encyclopedia of Greek Linguistics and Language Vol. I, (2014) 429-33.

Eco's Semiotics, a Clasicist's Perspective
, Helios, Journal fo the Classical Associatoin of the Southwestern United States, n.s. volume 6, number 2, 1978-79, fall-winter issue, pp. 17-32

Epinician Apollo in Story Tme: Pythian 9, Olympian 6 and Pythian 3  In L. Athanassaki, V. Karasmanis, R. Martin, J. Miller, eds. Apolline Politics and Poetics (Athens: European Cultural Centre of Delphi 2009) 149-168.

Epinician Ideology at the Phaeacian Games: Odyssey Book 8 97-265. in Contests and Rewards in the Homeric Epics, Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on the Odyssey (Sept. 15-19, 2004, ppp. 129-143

The Epinician Speaker in Pindar's First Olympian: Toward a Model for Analyzing Character in Ancient Choral Lyric, Poetics Today, Vol. 5, No. 2, the Construction of Reality in Fiction, Duke University Press, 1984, pp. 377-397

Gender and Homeric Epic, with Laura Slatkin, In Robert Fowler, ed., Cambridge Companion to Homer, Cambridge University Press, 2004, pp. 91-114 (nominated twice for outstanding feminist article of the year).

Introduction to the Poetics of Deixis, Arethusa, Vol. 37, No. 3, fall 2004, pp. 253-266.

Introduction: Why Classics and Semiotics? Arethusa, 1983, Vol. 16, no. 1/2, 1983,pp. 5-14.

Many Meanings, One Formula, and the Myth of the Aloades, with Harriet M. Deal,, Semiotica 29-1/2, 39-52, based on  a talk delivered at the second annual meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Denver, CO, Oct. 1977.

Meleager and the Motifemic Analysis of Myth: A Response, Arethusa, Fall 1984, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 211-222.

Meleager and Odysseus: A Structural and Cultural Study of the Greek Hunting-Maturation Myth, Arethusa, 1983, vol. 16, no. 1/2, 1983, pp. 137-171.

Narrative Structure in Pindar's Ninth Pythian,
The Classical World, Vol. 71, No. 6, March 1978, pp. 353-367.,

Nostos, Tisis and Two Forms of Dialogism in Homer's Odyssey
with Laura Slatkin in Crime and Punishment in Homeric and Archaic Epic, Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on the Odyssey, Ithaca, Sept. 3-7, 2013. pp. 211-222.

Paradigms of Paternity: Fathers, Sons, and Athletic/Sexual Prowess in Homer's Odyssey, from Euprhosyne: Studies in Ancient Epic and Its Legacy in Honor of Dimitris N. Maronitis, Franz Steiner Verlag Stuttgart 1999, pp. 89-98.

The Partnership of Zeus and Gaia in Hesiod's Theogony, in Gods and Mortals in Greek and Latin Poetry, Studies in honor of Jenny Strauss Clay, edited by Lucia Athanassaki et al. Ariadne, Jornal of the Shcool of Philosophy of the University of Crete, supplement series 2, 2018, pp. 57-80.

Penelope's Perspective: Character from Plot. in J.M. Bremer, I.J.F. de Jong, and J. Kalff, eds., Recent Trends in Homeric Interpreta­tion (Amsterdam 1988) 61‑83.

Pindar's Creation of Epinician Symbols: Olympians 7 and 6, The Classical World, Oct. 1980, Vol. 74, No. 2, Symbolism in Greek Poetry, pp. 67=87.

Plot Structures and Semantic Resonances in Ancient Greek 'Almost Incest' Narratives, in Structuralisms(s) Today, Paris, Prague, Tartu ed. by Veronika Ambros et al. 2009. pp. 121-136.

The Poetic Effects of Deixis in Pindar's Ninth Pythian Ode, Arethusa, vol. 37, Mp/ 3. fa;; 2--4. [[/ 365-389.

Radical Semantic Shifts in Archilochus.
The Classical Jounal, Vol. 77, No. 1, Oct. -ov. 1981, pp. 1-8.

Semiotics and Classical Studies editor of Special Issue of Arthusa, 16:1 and 1 (Spring and Fall, 1983), 277 pp.,

Shaping Audience Perspectives Through Deictic Patterns: Aeschylus' Persae, in Philosopher Kings and Tragic Heroes ed. by Heather L. Reid and Davide Tanasi, Parnassos Press, 2016, pp. 255-279.

Signposts in Oral Epic: Metapragmatic and Metasemantic Signals, In C.-A. Mihailescu and W. Hamarneh, eds., Fiction Updated: Theories of Fictionality, Narratology, and Poetics (Toron­to University Press 1997) 175-186.

The "Savvy Interpreter": Performance and Interpretation in Pindar's Victory Ode, with Richard J. Parmentier, Signs and Society, Vol. 3, No. 2, Fall 2015, pp. 261-305.

Some Functions of the Demophon Episode in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter,  with Harriet M. Deal, Quaderni Urbinati di cultura Classica, New Series, Vol. 5, 1980, pp. 7-21

Some Functions of the Enclosed Invective in Archilochus' Erotic Fragment, The Classical Journal, Vol. 74, No 2, Dec. 1978 - Jan. 1979, pp. 136-141

Teaching and Reading Classics After 9/11, Amphora, Publication of the American Philological Association, vol. 1, issue 1, spring 2002, pp. 7-8.

The Telemachus Chapter from Regarding Penelope (Chapter 4: Mother), Princeton University Press, 1994, pp. 67-91

The Toast and the Future Prayer, Hermes, 1980, 108. Bd. H. 2, pp. 248-252

Threptra and Invincible Hands: The Father-Son Relationship in Iliad 24, Arethusa, volume 35, No. 1, Winter 2002, p. 35-50.

Vicarious Transport: Fictive Deixis in Pindar's Pythian Four, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, vol. 99, 19999, pp. 1-31

Victory and Virility in the Homeric Hymn To Apollo: At Whose Expense?
in Hymnes de la Gr èce Antique, ed. by Richard Bouchon et al., Collection de la Maison de L'Orient et de la M éditerrane 50, S é rie Litt éraire et Philosophique 17, 2008, pp. 269-280