Jennifer Larson

Jennifer Larson

Professor of Classics
Campus:
Kent
Contact Information
Phone:
330-672-1801
Fax:
330-672-4009
Expertise
Greek poetry, ancient Greek religion, Gender and sexuality in Antiquity
Publications
  • 2016. Understanding Greek religion: A cognitive approach. London and New York: Routledge.
  • 2014. Sexuality in Greek and Roman religion. In Thomas K. Hubbard, ed. A companion to Greek and Roman sexualities. Wiley-Blackwell. 214-29.
  • 2013. Greece. In Barbette Spaeth, ed., The Cambridge companion to ancient Mediterranean religions. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge and New York. 136-56.
  • 2012. Greek and Roman sexualities: A sourcebook. Edited and translated by J. Larson. London: Bloomsbury/Continuum.
  • 2011. Bilingual Inscriptions and translation in antiquity. In Siobhan McElduff and Enrica Sciarrino eds., A Sea of Languages: Complicating the History of Western Translation. Leiden: Brill. 50-61.
  • 2009. Votive arms and armor in the sanctuaries of goddesses: An empirical approach. Kernos Supplement 23.123-33.
  • 2009. Dangerous brides: Nymphs in the paintings of Hans Meertens. In O. Lindboe and H. Meertens eds., Sweet fever: The art of Hans Meertens. Copenhagen: Art 75. 43-4.
  • 2009. The singularity of Herakles. In Heroes: Mortals and myths in ancient Greece. (Exhibit Catalogue). Baltimore: The Walters Art Museum and Yale University Press. 31-8.
  • 2007. Ancient Greek cults: A guide. New York and London: Routledge
  • 2007. A land full of gods: Nature deities in Greek religion. In D. Ogden ed, A Companion to Greek Religion. Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell. 56-70.
  • 2005. Lugalbanda and Hermes. Classical Philology 100.1,1-16.
  • 2004. Paul’s Masculinity. Journal of Biblical Literature 123.1, 85-97.
  • 2001. Greek Nymphs: Myth, cult, lore. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
  • 2002. Corinna and the daughters of Asopus. Syllecta Classica 13.47-62.
  • 1997. Handmaidens of Artemis? Classical Journal 92.3, 249-57.
  • 1997. Astacides the Goatherd (Callimachus Ep. 22 Pf.). Classical Philology 92.2, 131-37.
  • 1995. The Corycian nymphs and the Homeric Hymn to Hermes. Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 36.4, 341-57.
  • 1995. Greek heroine cults. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.