Dr Tamara Neal

BA MA PhD Melbourne
Lector in Ancient Greek

A14 - The Quadrangle
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 2074
Fax +61 2 9351 3918

Research interests

Epic, particularly Homer

Teaching and supervision

  • GRKA1601 Introduction to Greek 1
  • GRKA1602 Introduction to Greek 2
  • GRKA2600 Intermediate Greek 1
  • GRKA2601 Intermediate Greek 2
  • GRKA3602 Greek Epic
  • LATN1600 Introduction to Latin 1
  • LATN1601 Introduction to Latin 2
  • ANHS2619 The World of Ancient Epic

Selected publications

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Books

  • Neal, T. (2006). The Wounded Hero: Non-Fatal Injury in Homer's Iliad. Bern: Peter Lang Publishing.

Edited Books

  • Tesoriero, C., Muecke, F., Neal, T. (2010). Lucan (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Journals

  • Neal, T. (2017). Review of M. McCoy 'Wounded Heroes: Vulnerability as a Virtue in Ancient Greek Literature and Philosophy' (forthcoming). Hermathena.
  • Neal, T. (2006). Blood and Hunger in the Iliad. Classical Philology, 101(1), 15-33.
  • Neal, T. (2004). Review of F. Wolf-Hartmut 'Wounding and Death in the Iliad: Homeric Techniques of Description'. Scholia, 25.

2017

  • Neal, T. (2017). Review of M. McCoy 'Wounded Heroes: Vulnerability as a Virtue in Ancient Greek Literature and Philosophy' (forthcoming). Hermathena.

2010

  • Tesoriero, C., Muecke, F., Neal, T. (2010). Lucan (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2006

  • Neal, T. (2006). Blood and Hunger in the Iliad. Classical Philology, 101(1), 15-33.
  • Neal, T. (2006). The Wounded Hero: Non-Fatal Injury in Homer's Iliad. Bern: Peter Lang Publishing.

2004

  • Neal, T. (2004). Review of F. Wolf-Hartmut 'Wounding and Death in the Iliad: Homeric Techniques of Description'. Scholia, 25.

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