Publications

 

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Tua Korhonen and Erika Ruonakoski: Human and Animal in Ancient Greece: Empathy and Encounter in Classical Literature. London: I.B. Tauris (2017).

Tua Korhonen: “Kuin kuvastimessa. Plutarkhoksen tulkinta egyptiläisestä eläinten palvonnasta” (in Finnish: Plutarch’s interpretation of the Egyptian animal cults),  Kajava, M. et al. (eds.) (2014) Kivi, paperi, papyrus. Jaakko Frösénin juhlakirja, Helsinki: The Finnish Institute at Athens, 73–80.

Tua Korhonen: Review. Lukas Thommen: An Environmental History of Ancient Greece and Rome. Translated by Philip Hill. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, Arctos Vol. 47 (2013, forthcoming).

Tua Korhonen: “Eläin kreikkalaisessa maailmassa” (in Finnish: The Alterity of animals in Greek world”, M.L. Hänninen (ed.) Vieras, outo, vihollinen. Toiseus antiikista uuden ajan alkuun, Helsinki: SKS, 2013.

Tua Korhonen: “On Human-Animal Sexual Relationships in Aelian’s De Natura Animalium“,  Arctos  Vol. 46 (2012), 65–77.

Tua Korhonen: Review: Christopher A. Faraone & F.S. Naiden: Greek and Roman Animal Sacrifice: Ancient Victims, Modern Observers, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, Arctos Vol. 46 (2012), 326–328.

Tua Korhonen: Review: John Heath: The Talking Greeks: Speech, Animals and the Other in Homer, Aeschylus, and Plato. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005, Arctos Vol. 42 (2009), 230–232.

More publications by Tua Korhonen in the research database TUHAT.

Erika Ruonakoski: “Literature as a Means of Communication:  A Beauvoirian Interpretation of an Ancient Greek Poem”, Sapere Aude Vol. 3, No. 6 (2012), 250–270.

More publications by Erika Ruonakoski in the research database TUHAT and at academia.edu.