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Fragment of a marble Sarcophagus
ca. 230-240 ACE
Duke Museum of Art
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Books

  1. Janan, M. Reflections in a Serpent's Eye: Thebes in Ovid's Metamorphoses.  Oxford University Press,  1-288. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Janan, MW. The Politics of Desire: Propertius IV.  University of California Press, .
  3. Janan, MW. "When the Lamp Is Shattered": Desire and Narrative in Catullus.  Southern Illinois University Press, . (named an Outstanding Academic Book of 1994 by Choice (January 1995 [32.5] 723))

Articles

  1. Janan, M. "Lacanian Psychoanalytic Theory and Roman Love Elegy." A Companion to Roman Love Elegy  WILEY-BLACKWELL  373-389. [doi]
  2. Janan, MW. "Lacanian Psychoanalytic Theory and Roman Love Elegy." The Blackwell Companion to Roman Love Elegy. Edited by Gold, B.  WILEY-BLACKWELL  375-389.
  3. Janan, M. "Narcissus on the text: Psychoanalysis, exegesis, ethics." Phoenix  vol. 61 no. 3-4,   286-295. [Gateway.cgi]  [abs]
  4. Janan, M. "In the Name of the Father: Ovid’s Theban Law." The Sites of Rome: Time, Space, Memory. Edited by Larmour, DHJ; Spencer, D.  Oxford University Press  102-137.
  5. Janan, MW. "’In the Name of the Father’: Ovid’s Theban Law." The Sites of Rome: Time, Space, Memory. Edited by Larmour, DHJ; Spencer, D.  Oxford University Press  102-137.
  6. Janan, MW. "Was the Aeneid Augustan propaganda?." History in Dispute. Edited by Platter, C; Miller, PA.  vol. 20   189-194.
  7. Janan, M. "The snake sheds its skin: Pentheus (re)imagines Thebes (Reflections on Ovidian borrowings from the 'Aeneid')." Classical Philology  vol. 99 no. 2,   130-146. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. Janan, MW. "The Muse Unruly and Dead: Acanthis in Propertius 4.5." Cultivating the Muse - Struggles for Power and Inspiration in Classical Literature. Edited by Spentzou, E; Fowler, D.  Oxford University Press  187-206.
  9. Janan, M. ""Beyond Good and Evil": Tarpeia and Philosophy in the Feminine." The Classical World  vol. 92 no. 5, JSTOR  429-429. Reprinted in Oxford Readings in Classical Studies: Propertius, ed. Ellen Greene and Tara S. Welch, 2012, 404-429 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  10. Janan, MW. "Refashioning Hercules: Propertius 4.9." Helios: a Journal Devoted to Critical and Methodological Studies of Classical Culture, Literature, and Society  vol. 25 no. 1,   65-77.
  11. Janan, M. ""There beneath the Roman Ruin Where the Purple Flowers Grow": Ovid's Minyeides and the Feminine Imagination." The American Journal of Philology  vol. 115 no. 3, JSTOR  427-427. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  12. Janan, MW. "The Labyrinth and the Mirror: Incest and Influence in Metamorphoses 9." Arethusa  vol. 24   239-256.
  13. Janan, MW. "The Politics of Interpretation: Judging the Hermaphrodite." American Philological Association, Boston, Ma   .
  14. Janan, MW. "Desire and Narrative in Catullus 11 and 51." Utah Academy of Arts and Sciences, St. George, Ut   .
  15. Janan, M. "The Book of Good Love? Design Versus Desire in Metamorphoses 10." Ramus  vol. 17 no. 02, Cambridge University Press (CUP)  110-137. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]

Papers Published

  1. Janan, MW. "Desire and Narrative in Catullus 11 and 51."    .
  2. Janan, MW. "The Labyrinth and the Mirror: Incest and Influence in Metamorphoses 9."    .
  3. Janan, MW. "The Politics of Interpretation: Judging the Hermaphrodite."    .
  4. Janan, MW. "There Beneath the Roman Ruin Where the Purple Flowers Grow: Ovid's Minyeides and the Feminine Imagination."    .
  5. Janan, MW. "Beyond Good and Evil: Tarpeia & Philosophy in the Feminine."    .
  6. Janan, MW. "Refashioning Hercules: Propertius 4.9."    .
  7. Janan, MW. "Rome's Mirror Stage: Ovid, the Classics and Reflective Identity."    .
  8. Janan, MW. "Narcissus on the Text: Psychoanalysis, Exegesis, Ethics."    .
  9. Janan, MW. "The Father's Tragedy: Assessing Paternity in Silvae 2.1."    .
  10. Janan, MW. "'Our Father, Who Art My Lover': Psychoanalysis and Paternity in Statius’ Silvae."    .
  11. Janan, MW. "'That Way Madness lies': The Outrageous Father of Ovid’s Thebes." Classical Association, Manchester, Uk,   .
  12. Janan, MW. "Delusion and Desire in the Fatherland: The Law in Ovid’s Thebes." American Philological Association, San Francisco, Ca   .
  13. Janan, MW. "A Snake in the Glass: Pentheus Fashions Thebes (Met. 3.531-63)." Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Austin, Tx   .
  14. Janan, MW. "The Parallax View: Arethusa Writes (to) Lycotas." American Philological Association, Dallas, Tx   .
  15. Janan, MW. "Arethusa to Lycotas: The Metaphysics of Decadence." Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Charlottesville, Va   .
  16. Janan, MW. "Speaking as (the Ghost of) a Woman: Acanthis as the 'Other Voice' of Prop. 4.5." American Philological Association, Washington, D.C.   .
  17. Janan, MW. "Infidelities: (Un)making Belief in Propertius 4.8 (the Lanuvium Elegy)." American Philological Association, New York, Ny   .
  18. Janan, MW. "The Phenomenology of the Spirits: The Cornelia Elegy (Propertius." American Philological Association, San Diego, Ca   .
  19. Janan, MW. "Changing the Subject: Hercules and the Interpretation of Catullus 68." Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Atlanta, Ga   .
  20. Janan, MW. "Hercules in Rome: Propertius 4.9." Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Southern Section, Chapel Hill, Nc   .
  21. Janan, MW. "'Shadow of a Doubt': Framing the Subject in Propertius' Gallus-poems." American Philological Association, Washington, D.C.   .
  22. Janan, MW. "Double Trouble, or, How Lacan Invented the Anxiety of Influence for Ovid: A Reading of the Caunus/Byblis Tale in Ovid's Metamorphoses." University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill   .
  23. Janan, MW. "`Stop Making Sense': Drawing the Line(s) in Catullus 68." Utah Academy of Arts and Sciences, Logan, Ut   .
  24. Janan, MW. "New Twine in Old Shuttles: Women Weaving Rebellion in Metamorphoses IV." Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, Santa Cruz, Ca   .
  25. Janan, MW. "The Pen and the Phallus, or, `Eros by Any Other Name...'." Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, Santa Barbara, Ca   .

Reviews

  1. Janan, M, AUGUSTAN ELEGY. (H.H.) Review. Hunter Gardner. Gendering Time in Augustan Love Elegy. Pp. x + 285.Oxford:Oxford University Press,2013. Cased, £63, US$110. ISBN:978-0-19-965239-6.. The Classical Review 64:02  463-465. [doi]
  2. Janan, M, Review of OVID'S LOVERS: DESIRE, DIFFERENCE AND THE POETIC IMAGINATION. Phoenix 63:1-2  186-188. [Gateway.cgi]
  3. Janan, M, Review of Readers and writers in Ovid's "Heroides": Transgressions of genre and gender.. Classical Philology 99:4  381-385. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  4. Janan, M, Review of Roman Propertius and the Reinvention of Elegy, by Jeri Blair DeBrohun. American Journal of Philology 125  622-626.
  5. Janan, MW, Review of The Roman Mistress by Maria Wyke. Classical Journal 100  201-203.
  6. Janan, MW, Readers and Writers in Ovid’s Heroides, by Effrossini Spentzou. Classical Philology 99:4  381-85.
  7. Janan, M, Review of Ovid's poetics of illusion. The Classical World 97:2  216-217. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. Janan, MW, Review of Powerplay in Tibullus, by Parshia Lee-Stecum. Bryn Mawr Classical Review 99.6.6 . [html]
  9. Janan, MW, Review of Lyric Texts and Lyric Consciousness, by Paul Allen Miller. Classical Outlook 74.1  40-42.
  10. Janan, MW, Review of Catullan Provocations, by William Fitzgerald. Phoenix 50.3-4  344-345.
  11. Janan, MW, Review of Torture and Truth, by Page Dubois. Ancient Philosophy 14  217-222.
  12. Janan, M, Review of 100 Years of Homosexuality, by David Halperin. Women’S Classical Caucus Newsletter 17  40-43.