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Our publications about the Panoply Vase Animations:
- Nevin, Sonya, 'Sappho 44: Creativity and pedagogy with ancient poetry, pottery, and modern animation', Clotho, Vol. 12, 2019, pp. 5-15. Available online (click 'PDF' under the image).
- Nevin, Sonya, 'Vase animations and primary-aged learners', in S. Hunt and B. Natoli (eds.) Teaching Classics with Technology, London: Bloomsbury, 2019, pp. 121-130. Available here.
- Nevin, Sonya, ‘Animating ancient warfare: the spectacle of war in the Panoply vase animations’, in A. Bakogianni and V. Hope (eds.), War as Spectacle. Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict, London: Bloomsbury, 2015, pp. 335-352. Available here.
- Nevin, Sonya, ‘Animations of ancient vase scenes in the classics classroom’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol.16, 2015, pp. 32-37. Available online.
- Smith, A. and Nevin, S., ‘Using animation for successful engagement, promotion, and learning’, in Advancing Engagement: Handbook for Academic Museums, Volume 3, S. Jandl and M. Gold (eds.), Edinburgh and Boston: MuseumsEtc Ltd, 2014, pp. 330-359. Available here.
Our publications on other ancient world topics:
- Nevin, Sonya, The Idea of Marathon. Battle and Culture, London: Bloomsbury, 2022. Available here.
- Nevin, Sonya, Military Leaders and Sacred Space in Classical Greek Warfare: Temples, Sanctuaries and Conflict in Antiquity, London: Bloomsbury, 2017. Available here.
- Nevin, Sonya, ‘Oracles, omens, and portents’, in M. Dillon & C. Matthew (eds.) Religion in Classical Warfare Vol. I: Greece, London: Pen and Sword, 2020. Available here.
- Behr, C. and Nevin, S., ‘The Roehampton Campus Project: Using campus, collections and memories of the university as a learning and teaching resource for Humanities students’, Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, Vol. 18.4, 2018, pp. 395-415.
- Nevin, Sonya, ‘Negative Comparison: Agamemnon and Alexander in Plutarch’s Agesilaus-Pompey’, Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies, Vol. 54, 2014, pp.45-68. Available online.
- Nevin, Sonya, ‘Military ethics in the writing of history. Thucydides and Diodorus on Delium’, in Beyond the Battlefields. New Perspectives on Warfare and Society in the Graeco-Roman World, Bragg, E., Hau, L.I., and Macaulay-Lewis, E. (eds.) Newcastle: CSP, 2008, pp. 99-120.
Our illustrations of ancient world topics:
- Hale, E. and Riverlea, M., Ilustrations by Steve K. Simons, Classical Mythology and Children's Literature... An Alphabetical Odyssey, Warsaw Univ. Press, 2022. Free download here, or hardback here.
- Deacy, S., What Would Hercules Do? Lessons for Autistic Children Using Classical Myth, Warsaw Univ. Press, 2023. Free download here, or hardback here.