Brill’s Companion to Euripides offers 49 specially commissioned essays from leading international scholars which give critical examinations of the progress and direction of numerous wide-ranging debates about various aspects of Euripidean drama. Each chapter, as well as covering a wide diversity of thematic angles, provides readers with an authoritative and state-of-the-art survey of current thinking and research in a particular subject area. Recent advances in scholarship have raised new questions about Euripides and Attic drama, and have overturned some long-standing assumptions and canons. Besides presenting a comprehensive and authoritative guide to understanding Euripides and his masterworks, this companion provides scholars and students with compelling fresh perspectives upon a broad range of issues in the rapidly evolving field of Euripidean studies.
Andreas Markantonatos, Ph.D. (2001), University of Oxford, is Professor of Greek in the Department of Philology at the University of the Peloponnese. He has published widely on Greek drama including Euripides’ Alcestis: Narrative, Myth, and Religion (Walter de Gruyter, 2013). He is the editor of Brill’s Companion to Sophocles (Brill, 2012).
Contributors are: James Barrett, Luigi Battezzato, Joshua Billings, Claude Calame, D.M. Carter, John Davidson, Markus Dubischar, Francis Dunn, P.J. Finglass, Marco Fantuzzi, Helene P. Foley, Moira Fradinger, John Gibert, Justina Gregory, Emma Griffiths, Mary Louise Hart, Daniel I. Iakov, Ioanna Karamanou, Adrian Kelly, Poulheria Kyriakou, Anna A. Lamari, Michael Lloyd, Andreas Markantonatos, Sarah Miles, Sophie Mills, James Morwood, Melissa Mueller, Dana L. Munteanu, Patrick O’Sullivan, Joe P. Poe, Pietro Pucci, Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, Rush Rehm, Mark Ringer, Hanna M. Roisman, Elizabeth W. Scharffenberger, Ruth Scodel, Camille Semenzato, Carl Shaw, Niall W. Slater, Mae J. Smethurst, Mary Stieber, Laura Swift, William Blake Tyrrell, Angeliki Tzanetou, Eirene Visvardi, Paul Woodruff, Nancy Worman, and Florence Yoon.
"We warmly recommend this Companion to any reader. It is a voluptuous immersion in Euripides’ demanding yet seductive theater." Dina Bacalexi, BMCR 2022.03.40
All interested in Euripidean drama in particular and Attic theatre in general, and anyone concerned with classical literature and its reception in modern times.