• Another kind of truth : a study of self-mythology in popular music 

    Moench, Michael Creighton (2013-05)
    The connection between music and the formation of identity has been extensively explored in Ethnomusicology, as has the connection between music and the articulation of personal truth and knowledge. One peculiar artifact ...
  • The appeal of Asklepios and the politics of healing in the Greco-Roman world 

    Wickkiser, Bronwen Lara, 1969- (2003-05)
    The cult of the Greek healing god Asklepios was one of the most popular cults in all of antiquity. Over the course of a millennium beginning in the 5th c. BC, sanctuaries of Asklepios spanned the Greco-Roman world ...
  • Between mountains and butterflies : searching for mythology in theatre making 

    Brown, Marie Sevier (2010-05)
    An in depth reflection of the development of my approach to directing theatre as seen through the production processes of co-creating and directing The Psyche Project, directing Our Town by Thornton Wilder, and the ...
  • Plato's Menexenus and Athenian ideology ca. 479-380 B.C. 

    Cogbill, Aaron Parker (2015-05)
    Athenian funeral oratory of the fourth century preserves what were in the fifth century competing oral traditions about the city's past that would have been promoted by different politicians, including Cimon and Pericles. ...
  • Plato's mythological project in the Timaeus 

    Zawislanski, Andrew Peter (2011-05)
    In the Timaeus Plato sets forth his cosmological system, and near the beginning of the dialogue he carefully qualifies his claims by saying that his account of the cosmos is not absolutely true, but only no less likely ...
  • Speech, art and community : the 'logos nexus' in Ovid 

    Natoli, Bartolo (2009-05)
    This paper examines the role of the ability to speak in Ovid's construction of identity within the Metamorphoses . As various scholars have recognized, metamorphosis in Ovid is closely connected with the issue of identity. ...