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ISNI: 
0000 0001 1479 6140
Name: 
Hall, E.
Hall, Edith
Hall, Edith May
Dates: 
1959-
Creation class: 
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author
contributor
editor
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Related names: 
Alston, Richard (1965-)
Bridges, Emma
Easterling, P. E.
ebrary, Inc
Euripides, ca (480-406 v.Chr)
King's College Affiliation (see also from)
Macintosh, Fiona (1959-...)
McConnell, Justine (19..-...)
Morwood, James (1943-)
Morwood, James Henry Weldon (1943-)
Rhodes, P.J. (1940-)
Rhodes, Peter John
Rhodes, Peter John (1940-)
University of Oxford
Wrigley, Amanda
Wyles, Rosie
Titles: 
Adventures with Iphigenia in Tauris a cultural history of Euripides' Black Sea tragedy
aeschylus’ persians: edited with translation and commentary
Alcestis ; Heracles ; Children of Heracles ; Cyclops
Ancient slavery and abolition from Hobbes to Hollywood
Andromache
Antigone ; Oedipus the King ; Electra
Aristophanes in performance, 421 BC-AD 2007 "Peace", "Birds", and "Frogs" [conference on "Aristophanes upstairs and downstairs, "Peace", "Birds" and "Frogs" in Ancient and Modern performance", Magdalen College, Oxford, 16-18 september 2004]
Bacchae and other plays
Children of Heracles
Cultural responses to the Persian Wars antiquity to the third millenium
Cultural responses to the Persian wars : antiquity to the third millennium
Cyclops
dionysus since 69: greek tragedy at the dawn of the third millennium
Dionysus since 69 : Greek tragedy at the dawn of the Trird Millennium
Electra
Greek and Roman actors : aspects of an ancient profession
Greek tragedy and the British theatre, 1660-1914
Greek tragedy : suffering under the sun
Hecuba ; The Trojan women ; Andromache
Helen
Heracles and other plays
Hippolytus
India, Greece, and Rome, 1757 to 2007
introducing the ancient greeks: from bronze age seafarers to navigators of the western mind
Inventing the barbarian : Ethnocentric interpretation of myth in Greek tragedy
Inventing the barbarian : Greek self-definition through tragedy
Ion ; Orestes ; Phoenician women ; Suppliant women
Iphigenia among the Taurians ; Bacchae ; Iphigenia at Aulis ; Rhesus
Iphigénie en Tauride
Medea and other plays
Medea ; Hippolytus ; Electra ; Helen
Medea in performance 1500-2000
New directions in ancient pantomime
Orestes and other plays
Persae
Perses
Persians
Phoenician women
Reading ancient slavery
return of ulysses: a cultural history of homer’s odyssey, the
return of Ulysses, The : a cultural history of Homer's Odyssey
Rhesus
Sophocles and the Greek tragic tradition
sophocles’ antigone, oedipus the king, electra
Suffering under the sun
suppliant women
theatrical cast of athens: interactions between ancient greek drama & society, the
theatrical cast of Athens, The : interactions between ancient Greek drama and society
Theorising performance, 2010:
Theorising performance Greek drama, cultural history and critical practice
Theorizing performance
Through the gate
Trojan women and other plays, The
Works.
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