Introduction: Muthoi in continuity and variation Roger D. Woodard; Part I. Sources and Interpretations: 1. Lyric and Greek myth Gregory Nagy; 2. Homer and Greek myth Gregory Nagy; 3. Hesiod and Greek myth Roger D. Woodard; 4. Tragedy and Greek myth Richard Buxton; 5. Aristophanes and Greek myth Angus Bowie; 6. Plato and Greek myth Diskin Clay; 7. Hellenistic mythographers Carolyn Higbie; Part II. Response, Integration, Representation: 8. Greek myth and Greek religion Claude Calame; 9. Myth in Greek art and architecture Jenifer Neils; 10. The landscapes of Greek myth Ada Cohen; 11. Politics and Greek myth Jonathan M. Hall; 12. Ovid and Greek myth A. J. Boyle; Part III. Reception: 13. Women and Greek myth Vanda Zajko; 14. Greek myth in medieval and renaissance literature H. David Brumble; 15. Greek myth in English and American literature Sarah Anne Brown; 16. Greek myth on the screen Martin M. Winkler.
Roger Woodard is the Andrew V.V. Raymond Professor of the Classics and Professor of Linguistics at the University of Buffalo (The State University of New York). He has taught in the United States and Europe and is the author of a number of books in myth and ancient civilization, most recently Indo-European Sacred Space: Vedic and Roman Cult. Dr. Woodard is editor of The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the World's Ancient Languages, which received a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title award in 2006.
'Woodward brings together a group of scholars of classical myth to provide an account of all aspects of Greek mythology, the ancient mythic tradition and it's influence around the world.' Times Higher Education Supplement