Eva Stehle (NHC Fellow, 2000–01)
Athenian Women's Ritual and the City
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Fellowship Work Summary, 2000–01
Eva Stehle drafted three chapters for her book on Athenian Women's Ritual and the City, and wrote a chapter on "Choral Prayer in Greek Tragedy: Euphemia or Aischrologia?" that will be included in a book under the tentative title of Music and the Muses, edited by Penelope Murray and Peter Wilson (Oxford University Press, forthcoming, 2002). She wrote the introduction and served as guest editor for the spring 2001 issue of Helios (vol. 28, no. 2), entitled Unmasked Performance: Staging Identity in Greece and Rome; wrote an article, "The Actor's Body: Where Does It Begin (Or End)?," that will be submitted for "Staging Aristophanes," a special issue of the American Journal of Philology (forthcoming, spring 2002); and another article, "The Chorus Composes Itself: The Parodos of Aeschylus' Seven against Thebes," that she will soon submit for publication.