Presentations

  • 9/2/08 "Near Eastern Borrowings in the Mahabharata ," with Tzvi Abusch, Sixth Melammu Symposium, held at New Bulgarian University, Sophia, Bulgaria

  • 4/19/08  "A Brief Discussion of the Homeric Retiring Scene," 2007 Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Tucson, Arizona

  • 4/4/08 "Two Wild Men Transformed: Towards a Comparative Model for Evaluating Proposed Narrative Parallels," Invited lecture, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts

  • 4/13/07 “Lady in the Water: Ino, Eidothea, and their Indic Relatives,” 2007 Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Cincinnati, Ohio

  • 3/17/07 "The Wild Man and the Courtesan: An Episode from Near Eastern Epic in the Mahabharata," co-authored with Tzvi Abusch, 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Oriental Society, San Antonio, Texas

  • 1/7/06 "Married Hero/Single Princess: Homer's Nausicaa and Indic Citrangada," 2006 Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association

  • 1/7/05 "The Goddess Takes the Reins: Diomedes' Aristeia and Ganga and Bhisma in the Mahabharata,"2005 Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association

  • 1/5/04 "Circe and Calypso's Indic Sister," 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association

  • 10/13/00 "Puella ex Machina: Female Assistants in the Mahabharata," 29th Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, Wisconsin

  • 10/15/99 "Women's Advice in Greek and Sanskrit Epic," 28th Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, Wisconsin

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