Mediterranean Studies 2 (1990)
Greece & the Mediterranean
Part One: Ancient Greece
1. B.C. Dietrich, Early Oracular Practice: Inspiration by Divination
2. C. Emlyn-Jones, Socrates, Plato, and Piety
3. Raymond Fisher, Books and Reading in Late Fifth-Century Athens: The Evidence from Drama
4. Ildikó Puskás, Megasthenes and the "Indian Gods" Herakles and Dionysos
Part Two: The Mediterranean
5. Róbert Simon, East and West: Ibn Khaldoun and the Sciences of History
6. Marion S. Miller, A "Liberal International"? Perspectives on Comparative Approaches to the Revolutions in Spain, Italy, and Greece in the 1820s
7. Enrique Marini Palmieri, Leopoldo Lugones, faro de helénicos veneros
8. Manuel Gómez-Reinoso, La Cultura griega en la obra literaria de Alfonso Reyes
9. Judith Keene, In Search of Acracia: The Antipodean Odyssey of Salvador Torrents, a Spanish Anarchist
10. Gabriel Jackson, Collectivist Experiences in the Spanish Civil War
11. Victoria Enders, The Spanish Civil War as Catalyst in Jaime Vicens Vives' Historiographical Revolution
12. Michael Seidman, Spanish Socialist Idealism: The Ideological Art of the Revolution in Barcelona (1936-38)
13. Martha L. Canfield, Julio Cortázar: del mito del Minotauro a la imagen arquetípica del laberinto
14. Maurizio Vannicelli, The Soft Underbelly of Goliath: The United States and the Mediterranean Members of NATO
About the Contributors:
Martha L. Canfield is a member of the Instituto Ispanico Universitŕ of the University of Florence.
B. C. Dietrich is Chairman of the Board of Classical Studies at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.
C. Emlyn-Jones is Senior Lecturer in Classical Studies at the Open University, Milton Keynes, England.
Victoria Enders is Assistant Professor of History at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff.
Raymond Fisher is Head Librarian of the School of Continuing Studies Library at the University of Birmingham, England.
Manuel Gómez-Reinoso is Professor of Literature at Dowling College, Oakdale, New York.
Gabriel Jackson is Professor of History Emeritus at University of California, San Diego.
Judith Keene is a member of the History Department at the University of Sidney, Australia.
Marion S. Miller is Associate Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Enrique Marini Palmieri is Maître de Conférences, U.F.R. d'Etudes ibériques et latino-américaines at the Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris.
Ildikó Puskás is Head of the Department of Ancient Languages at Kossuth University, Debrecen, Hungary.
Michael Seidman is a member of the History Department at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Róbert Simon is a member of the Oriental Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.
Maurizio Vannicelli is Associate Professor of Political Science at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts.