Citanda: New Voices Journal – Issue 5

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Issue 5 of the journal New Voices has now been published and is accessible from http://www2.open.ac.uk/newvoices.
Contents:
The Reception of the Ichneutai in the Modern Arabic World

Mohammad Almohanna, University of Nottingham
Myself, Split Open: Ovid, Rukeyser, and the Poetics of Orphic Re-Membering

Shawna Benston, University of St. Andrews
Staging Violence in Katie Mitchell’s Trojan Women

Elpida Christianiki, Simon Langton Girl’s Grammar School, Kent.
The Domestication of Classical Mythology in the Chronicles of Narnia

Juliette Harrison
Robert Bridges’ Masque Demeter and Oxford’s Persephones

Amanda Wrigley, Northwestern University
New Voices is a refereed electronic journal. Most of the ‘new voices’ are early career researchers such as recent post-docs and advanced graduate students or people who have changed research direction and are starting to publish their work in areas relevant to classical reception.
We now invite further submissions for the Issue 6 (to be published July 2011). Further details of how to submit are given on the New Voices website.

One thought on “Citanda: New Voices Journal – Issue 5

  1. These articles are awesome! However, I went to the site and noticed that you accidentally matched up the authors’ names with the wrong article titles. Just wanted to let you know so you can rearrange things 🙂

    Here are the right match-ups:

    The Reception of the Ichneutai in the Modern Arabic World
    Mohammad Almohanna, University of Nottingham

    Myself, Split Open: Ovid, Rukeyser, and the Poetics of Orphic Re-Membering
    Shawna Benston, University of St. Andrews

    Staging Violence in Katie Mitchell’s Trojan Women
    Elpida Christianiki, Simon Langton Girl’s Grammar School, Kent.

    The Domestication of Classical Mythology in the Chronicles of Narnia
    Juliette Harrisson

    Robert Bridges’ Masque Demeter and Oxford’s Persephones
    Amanda Wrigley, Northwestern University

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