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Konstan, David

Combat Trauma and the Ancient Greeks

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
David Konstan

2. War and the City: The Brutality of War and Its Impact on the Community
Kurt A. Raaflaub

3. Phaeacian Therapy in Homer’s Odyssey
William H. Race

4. Women after War: Weaving Nostos in Homeric Epic and in the Twenty-First Century
Corinne Pache

5. “Ravished Minds” in the Ancient World
Lawrence A. Tritle

6. Beyond the Universal Soldier: Combat Trauma in Classical Antiquity
Jason Crowley

7. Socrates in Combat: Trauma and Resilience in Plato’s Political Theory
S. Sara Monoson

8. The Memory of Greek Battle: Material Culture and/as Narrative of Combat
Juan Sebastian Vivo

9. Women and War in Tragedy
Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz

10. “He Gave Me His Hand but Took My Bow”: Trust and Trustworthiness in the Philoctetes and Our Wars
Nancy Sherman

11. Combat Trauma in Athenian Comedy: The Dog That Didn’t Bark
Alan H. Sommerstein

12. The Battered Shield: Survivor Guilt and Family Trauma in Menander’s Aspis
Sharon L. James

13. When War Is Performed, What Do Soldiers and Veterans Want to Hear and See and Why?
Thomas G. Palaima

14. Performing Memory: In the Mind and on the Public Stage
Paul Woodruff

Keywords: Literature, Classical and Antique Literature, Literary History, Social Structure, Social Inequality, Classical Studies, History of Ancient Europe, Literary Theory

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
The New Antiquity
Page amount
324 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137398864
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-48560-4

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