1. James Andrews (Ohio University): “Socrates and the Riddle of Simonides”
  2. Andreas Antonopoulos (University of Ioannina): “Little Kottalos and the Moon of Akeses (on Herodas Mime 3)”
  3. Costas Antypas (independent scholar): “Navigating a Homeric Sail Ship: Basic Guidelines for Archaic Era Steersmen”
  4. Costas Apostolakis (University of Crete): “Αristophanes Knights and Fifth-Century Political Rhetoric”
  5. Natasha Bershadsky (Harvard University): “Plato, Demosthenes, and Half an Egg: Dream Art of Aelius Aristides”
  6. Anton Bierl (University of Basel): “Choreia in the Parodos of Euripides’ Cretans (fr. 472): Local Mystic Experience and Dionysian Anchoring”
  7. Jonathan Burgess (University of Toronto): “Humbaba, Polyphemus, Cacus, and Grendel as a ‘Monster’ Type”
  8. Paolo Cipolla (University of Catania): “Reading Notes on Theocritus Idyll 7”
  9. Malcolm Davies (University of Oxford): “Power and Paradox in Sophocles Antigone
  10. James Diggle (University of Cambridge): “Εὐριπιδαριστοφανίζων: An Unnoticed Euripidean Motif in Aristophanes”
  11. Nancy Felson (University of Georgia): “Odysseus as mentor: Euryalus, Amphinomus, Telemachus”
  12. Ariadne Gartziou Tatti (University of Ioannina): “Hypnos, Thanatos, and Sarpedon’s death in the Iliad
  13. George W.M. Harrison (Carleton University): “Herakles and Busiris”
  14. Efimia Karakantza (University of Patras): “Ajax in Sophocles as the Iliadic Achilles in the extreme”
  15. George Kazantzidis (University of Patras): “Mad Patients in Galen: A Close Reading of De locis affectis 4.2 (8.225-6 K.)”
  16. Françoise Létoublon (Grenoble Alpes University): “Palamedes and Letters: A Hero and Martyr of Writing in the Trojan War”
  17. Olga Levaniouk (University of Washington): “The Sign of the Bed Revisited”
  18. Michael Lipka (University of Patras): “Four Representational Perspectives on Divine Intervention in Greek Paganism and the Gospels of the New Testament”
  19. Flora Manakidou (Democritus University of Thrace): “Pandora, Αthena, the Kekropides, and the Erechtheides: Female Duality in Athenian Myth and Cult”
  20. Marion Meyer (University of Vienna): “Euripides and His Use of Images of Local Athenian Myths”
  21. Gregory Nagy (Harvard University): “On the Eclipse of Ajax as a Most Eligible Suitor of Helen”
  22. Smaro Nikolaidou – Arampatzi (Democritus University of Thrace): “Aeschylus Amymone and the mythos of Satyric Drama”
  23. Katerina Oikonomopoulou (University of Patras): “The Heroic Body as a Site of Contestation: Polemo’s Declamations Εἰς Κυναίγειρον καὶ Καλλίμαχον
  24. William Owens (Ohio University): “Briseïs and Andromache Enslaved: Sleeping with the Enemy in Greek and Roman Epic”
  25. Athina Papachrysostomou (University of Patras): “Making the Case for the Oligarchs’ Amnesty: A Close Reading of Aristophanes Frogs 686-705”
  26. Antonis Petrides (Open University of Cyprus): “Notes on Libanios Declamatio 27”
  27. Maria Plastira – Valkanou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki): “Philip of Thessalonica and the Weaver”
  28. Anna Potamiti (University of Patras): “Folklore and Magic at Odyssey 4.271-289”
  29. Spyridon Rangos (University of Patras): “The Role of Contraries in the ‘Orphic life’”
  30. Pavlos Sfyroeras (Middlebury College): “Aristophanes’ ‘Oresteia’: An Unnoticed Silence in the Frogs
  31. Spyros Syropoulos (University of the Aegean): “Confinement and release in the Bacchae
  32. Antonis Tsakmakis (University of Cyprus): “Spartan Nauarchs of the 390s. Xenophon, Diodorus, and the Naval War”
  33. Eleni Volonaki (University of Peloponnese): “The Status of Women in Homicide Cases”
  34. Giuseppe Zanetto (University of Milan): “The ‘New’ Sanctuary of Despotiko (Paros): Interdisciplinarity at Work”