Novedades bibliográficas AGOSTO 2015

Fecha de publicación: 
Mar, 04/08/2015

REVISTAS

  •  Classical Quarterly v. 63.1 (2013) [Homero, Ilíada; Píndaro; Eurípides, Hércules; Apolo; Tucídides; Platon, República; Aristóteles; Herodoto; Nonio Marcelo; Cicerón, Filípicas; elegía romana; Horacio; Séneca el viejo; Tácito, Agrícola; Plutarco; Terencio, Eunuco; Aristófanes, Aves, Riqueza; Virgilio, Geórgicas, Eneida; Propercio;  Macrobio; Ovidio, Remedia; Manilio; Germánico]
  • Classical Quarterly v. 63.2 (2013) [Teognidea; Heráclito; Esquilo, Agamenón; Aristófanes; Tucídides; Platón, Banquete; Sócrates; Antímaco; Aristóteles; auctoritas; Cicerón; Salustio; César; Lucrecio; Catilina; Procopio; Esquilo, Persas; Vitruvio; Virgilio, Eglogas; Ovidio, Amores, Remedia; Galeno]

LIBROS

Transferencia PICT Dra. Josefina Nagore:

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  • Gildenhard, I. (2011) Creative eloquence: the construction of reality in Cicero's speeches. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Holford-Strevens, L.; Vardi, A. D. (eds.) (2004) The worlds of Aulus Gellius. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 
  • Cappelli, A0  (2008) Dizionario di abbreviature latine ed italiane. Milano: Ulrico Hoepli.
  • Laberio, D. (2010) Decimus Laberius: the fragments. Edited with introduction, translation, and commentary by Costas Panayotakis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Leigh, M. (2006) Lucan: spectacle and engagement. New York: Clarendon Press.
  • Vaan, M. A. C. de (2008) Etymological dictionary of Latin and the other Italic languages. Leiden: Brill.
  • Schwindt, J. P. (2000) Prolegomena zu einer "Phänomenologie" der römischen Literaturgeschichtsschreibung: von den Anfängen bis Quintilian. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck Ruprecht.
  • Codoñer Merino, C. (ed.) (2007) Historia de la literatura latina. Madrid: Cátedra.
  • Webb, R. (2009) Ekphrasis, imagination and persuasion in ancient rhetorical theory and practice. Farnham: Ashgate.
  • Keulen, W. H. (2009) Gellius the Satirist: Roman cultural authority in Attic nights. Leiden: Brill.
  • Hall, E.; Wyles, R. (eds.) (2008) New directions in ancient pantomime. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  • Veleyo Patérculo, C. (2004) The Tiberian Narrative (2.94-131). Edited with an introduction and commentary by A. J. Woodman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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  • Riccio Coletti, M. L. (2004) La retorica a Roma. Roma: Jouvence.
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  • Dobbins, J. J.; Foss, P. W. (eds.) (2009) The World of Pompeii. New York: Routledge.
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  • Mazzini, I. (2010) Storia della lingua latina e del suo contesto: II. Lingue socialmente marcate. Roma: Salerno.
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  • Conte, G. B. (2007) The poetry of pathos: studies in Virgilian epic. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  • Marchesi, I. (2008) The art of Pliny's letters: a poetics of allusion in the private correspondence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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  • Echard, S.; Partridge, S. (eds.) (2004) The book unbound: editing and reading medieval manuscripts and texts. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
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  • Whitmarsh, T. (2005) The second sophistic. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  • Habermehl, P. (2006) Petronius, Satyrica 79-141: ein philologisch-literarischer Kommentar. Berlin: W. de Gruyter.
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  • Clemens, R.; Graham, T. (2007) Introduction to manuscript studies. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Transferencia UBACyT Dra. Alicia Schniebs: 

  • Virgilio Marón, P. (1977) Eclogues. Edited by Robert Coleman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Donaciones particulares:

  • Manfredini, A. M. (2015) La elipsis verbal en las estructuras comparativas del latín. Zaragoza: Pórtico Libros. (Donación Adriana Manfredini)
  • Cavallero, P. A. (2014) Leer a Homero: Ilíada, Odisea y la mitología griega. Buenos Aires: Quadrata. (Donación Pablo Cavallero).
  • Brignone, J. (2015) Ignea Medeas: Jerónimo Brignone. Buenos Aires: ed. de autor. (Donación Jerónimo Brignone).
  • Brignone, J. (2015) Teatro: Relecturas y recreaciones. Edipo, Dr. Jekyll  Mr. Hyde. Buenos Aires: ars maxjer contemporánea. (Donación Jerónimo Brignone).