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mw. prof. dr. I.J.F. (Irene) de Jong

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Curriculum vitae

Irene de Jong was educated at the University of Amsterdam (1975-1982), worked as a research fellow at the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae in Hamburg (Lexikon des fruehgriechischen Epos) (1984 ), wrote her dissertation wit a research grant fro m the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (1985-7), held various postdoc positions, for instance as KNAW Fellow (1988-98), was appointed Junior KNAW-professor (1998), and since 2002 holds the chair of Ancient Greek at the University of Amsterdam.

 Applying concepts from narratology to ancient texts, notably Homer, Herodotus, Sophocles, and Euripides, Irene de Jong has opened new areas of research, refined interpretations, and modernized age old philological tools such as commentaries and literary histories. Her books include

Narrators and Focalizers. The Presentation of the Story in the Iliad (Amsterdam, Grüner 1987, second edition London, Duckworth 2004).

Narrative in Drama. The Art of the Euripidean Messenger-Speech (Leiden, Brill 1991).

A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2001).

Homer Iliad Book XXII (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2012).

Narratology and Classics: a Practical Guide (Oxford, Oxford University Press 2014 ).

Edited volumes:

E. J. Bakker, I. J.F. de Jong, H. van Wees (eds.) Brill's Companion to Herodotus (Leiden, Brill 2002).

I.J.F. de Jong, R. Nünlist, A. Bowie (eds.) Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 1 (Leiden, Brill 2004).

I.J.F. de Jong, A. Rijksbaron (eds.) Sophocles and the Greek language. Aspects of Diction, Syntax, and Pragmatics (Leiden, Brill 2006).

I.J.F. de Jong, R. Nünlist (eds.) Time in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 2 (Leiden, Brill 2007).

I.J.F. de Jong (ed.) Space in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 3 (Leiden, Brill 2012).

    Since 2007 she is a member of the Academia Europaea, 2011 of de Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen (Haarlem), and 2015  of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.She has been awarded in 1988  the study-prize Praemium Erasmianum Foundation and in 1994  the C.C. Hodshon Prize.

She has (co-)supervised 7 dissertations and is currently supervising 6 more.

    She is one of the editors of the journal Mnemosyne, of the series Mnemosyne supplements, and of the series Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology. She is a member of the board of the journals Eirene and Ancient narrative.

 

 

Key publications

Narratology and Classics: a Practical Guide (Oxford, Oxford University Press 2014)

 Narrative is an important element in our daily life and the novel is arguably the most popular genre of our times. The theory of narrative or narratology, which was developed in the 1960s, has helped us towards a better understanding of the how and why of narrative. Narratology and Classics is the first introduction to narratology that deals specifically with classical narrative: epic, historiography, biography, the ancient novel, but also the many narratives inserted in drama or lyric.

The first part of the volume sketches the rise of narratology, and defines key narratological terms, illustrated with examples from both modern novels and Greek and Latin texts. Among the topics discussed are the identity of the role of narrator and narratees, tales within tales, metalepsis, temporal devices such as prolepsis and analepsis, retardation and acceleration, repetition and gaps, focalisation, and the thematic, symbolic, or characterising functions of space. The second part of the volume offers three close readings of famous classical texts and shows how the interpretation of these texts can be enriched by the use of narratology.

The aim of this practical guide is to initiate its readers quickly into a literary theory that has established itself as a powerful new instrument in the classicist's toolkit. All concepts are clearly defined and illustrated from Greek and Latin texts, and detailed bibliographies at the end of each chapter point the way to theoretical studies and to further narratological studies of classical texts.

 

Homer Iliad Book XXII (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 20 12).

 Book XXII recounts the climax of the Iliad: the fatal encounter between the main defender of Troy and the greatest warrior of the Greeks, which brings the - oft announced - death of Hector and Achilles' revenge for the death of his friend Patroclus but at the same time adumbrates Achilles' own death and the fall of Troy.

            This commentary offers up-to-date linguistic guidance, and elucidates narrative techniques, typical elements, and central themes. The introduction summarises central debates in Homeric scholarship, such as the circumstances of composition and the literary interpretation of an oral poem, and offers synoptic discussions of the structure of the Iliad, the role of the narrator, similes, and epithets. There is a separate section on language, which provides a compact list of the most frequent Homeric characteristics.While the introduction is mainly geared at intermediate and advanced students, the commentary is designed for use by both students and professional classicists.

 

A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2001

Whereas traditional commentaries tend to be comprehensive and micro-textual, this narratological commentary focuses on one aspect of the Odyssey, its narrativity, and pays lavish attention to the meso- and macro-levels. Drawing on theconcepts of modern narratology as well as the insights of Homeric scholarship, it discusses the role of narrator and narratees, methods of characterization and description, plot-development, focalization, and the narrative exploitation of type-scenes. Full attention is also given to the structure, characterizing function, and relation to the narrative context of the abundantly present speeches. Finally, the numerous themes and motifs, which so subtly contribute to the unity of this long text, are traced and evaluated. Although Homer's brilliant narrative art has always been admired, this commentary aims to lay bare the techniques responsible for this brilliance. All Greek is translated and all technical terms explained in a glossary.

 

Review

'... the book is a stimulating and thought-provoking addition to the previous commentaries on the Odyssey.' Scholia

 

Narrators and Focalizers . The Presentation of the Story in the Iliad (Amsterdam Grüner 1987, reprinted London Duckworth 2004)

Acclaimed as one of the pioneering texts to introduce narratology (the theory that deals with the general principles underlying narrative texts) to classical scholarship, Irene de Jong's work explains the key concepts such as "narrator", "focalization" and "prolepsis", highlighting their relevance by using them for the analysis and interpretation of Homer's "Iliad". What is the role of the narrator and how do the parts of the story told by the narrator relate to the many speeches for which Homer is famous?

This work was first published in 1987 and it is reissued here with a new introduction by the author, offering an overview of the trends in Homeric narratological scholarship over the last decade.

Publications

Books (monographs)

Narrators and Focalizers. The Presentation of the Story in the Iliad (Amsterdam, Grüner 1987, second edition London, Duckworth 2004).

 

Narrative in Drama. The Art of the Euripidean Messenger-Speech (Leiden, Brill 1991).

 

In betovering gevangen. Aspecten van Homerus' vertelkunst (Amsterdam, Athenaeum-Polak & van Gennep 1992).

 

Vertellers met een lijf. Een sondering van de geschiedenis van het Klassiek Griekse verhaal (Amsterdam, KNAW 1999).

 

A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2001).

 

Odysseia. Ena Afēgēmatologiko hypomnēma (Thessaloniki, University Studio Press 2011).

 

Homer Iliad Book XXII (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2012).

 

Narratology and Classics: a Practical Guide (Oxford, Oxford University Press 2014 ).

 

edited volumes

J.M. Bremer & I.J.F. de Jong & J. Kalff (eds.) Homer: Beyond Oral Poetry. Recent Trends in Homeric Interpretation (Amsterdam, Grüner 1987).

 

E. van Alphen & I.J.F. de Jong (red.) Door het oog van de tekst. Essays voor Mieke Bal over visie (Muiderberg, Coutinho 1988).

 

I.J.F. de Jong & J.P. Sullivan (eds.) Modern Critical Theory & Classical Literature (Leiden, Brill 1994).

 

A. Maria van Erp Taalman Kip & Irene J.F. de Jong (red.) Schurken en schelmen. Cultuurhistorische verkenningen rond de Middellandse Zee (Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 1995).

 

I.J.F. de Jong (ed.) Homer: Critical Assessments, I-IV (London, Routledge 1998).

 

E. J. Bakker, I. J.F. de Jong, H. van Wees (eds.) Brill's Companion to Herodotus (Leiden, Brill 2002).

 

I.J.F. de Jong, R. Nünlist, A. Bowie (eds.) Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 1 (Leiden, Brill 2004).

 

E. J. Bakker, I. J.F. de Jong, H.van Wees (eds.), Encheiridio Hērodoteiōn Spoudōn (Athena, Metachmio 2005).

 

I.J.F. de Jong, A. Rijksbaron (eds.) Sophocles and the Greek language. Aspects of Diction, Syntax, and Pragmatics (Leiden, Brill 2006).

 

I.J.F. de Jong, R. Nünlist (eds.) Time in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 2 (Leiden, Brill 2007).

 

A.M. van Heerikhuizen, I.J.F. de Jong, M. van Montfrans (red.), Tweede Levens. Over personen en personages in de geschiedschrijving en de literatuur (Amsterdam, Vossiuspers 2010).

 

I.J.F. de Jong (ed.) Space in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 3 (Leiden, Brill 2012).

 

W. den Boer, I.J.F. de Jong (eds.), Euripides and Modern Europe, special issue Pharos 17 (2012).

 


 

Articles

 

N. v.d. Ben & I.J.F. de Jong, ‘Daimon in Ilias en Odyssee’, Lampas 17 (1984), 301‑16.

 

Iliad 1.366‑392: A Mirror Story’, Arethusa 18.1 (1985), 1‑22.

 

‘Fokalisation und die Homerischen Gleichnisse’, Mnemosyne 38 (1985), 257‑70.

 

‘Eurykleia and Odysseus' scar:  Odyssey 19.393‑466’, Classical Quarterly 35 (1985), 517‑8.

 

‘Y 430: ὡϛ οὐκ ἀίοντι ἐοικώϛ: Surprising Contamination or Effective Combination?’, Glotta 63 (1985), 161‑2.

 

‘Silent Characters in the Iliad’, in J.M. Bremer & I.J.F. de Jong & J. Kalff (eds.) Homer: Beyond Oral Poetry (Amsterdam, Grüner 1987), 105-21.

 

‘Paris/Alexandros in the Ilias’', Mnemosyne 40 (1987), 124-8.

 

‘The Voice of Anonymity:  tis‑speeches in the Ilias’', Eranos 85 (1987), 69-84.

 

‘Homeric κέρδοϛ and ὄφελοϛ’, Museum Helveticum 44 (1987), 79-81.

 

‘Gynaikeion ethos. Misogynie als verblindende factor bij antieke  Homerusinterpretatoren’, in E. van Alphen & I.J.F. de Jong (red.) Door het oog van de tekst. Essays voor Mieke Bal over visie (Muiderberg, Coutinho 1988), 106-120.

 

‘Het litteken van Odysseus. Homerus onder het mes van de literatuurkritiek’, Hermeneus 60 (1988), 9-14

 

‘Homeric Words and Speakers: an Addendum’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 108 (1988), 188-9.

 

‘Zwijgende personages in de Ilias’, Lampas 22 (1989), 4-21.

 

‘The Biter Bit. A Narratological Analysis of H.Aphr. 45-291’, Wiener Studien 23 (1989), 13-26.

 

‘Agamemnon's Belt in Iliad II.479’, Museum Helveticum 46 (1989), 240-1.

 

‘The Homeric Epithets of  ἀpoina’, Museum Helveticum 46 (1989), 242-3.

 

‘De Ilias: een objektief verhaal?’, Forum der Letteren 30 (1989), 206-16.

 

‘Three Off-stage Characters in Euripides’, Mnemosyne 43 (1990), 1-21.

 

‘Homerische verteltechniek: de ontmoeting tussen Hermes en Priamus in Ilias 24’, Lampas 23 (1990), 370-83.

 

‘Tijdsaspecten in Pindarus' Pythische vier’, Lampas 24 (1991), 199-210.

 

‘Narratology and Oral Poetry: The Case of Homer’, Poetics Today 12.3 (1991), 405-23.

 

‘Gynaikeion Ethos: Misogyny in the Homeric Scholia’, Eranos 89 (1991), 13-24.

 

‘Verhaal en drama: het bodeverhaal in de Griekse tragedie’, Forum der letteren 32 (1991), 207-19.

 

‘The Subjective Style in Odysseus' Wanderings’, Classical Quarterly 42 (1992), 1-11.

 

‘Homerus' Muze’, De Gids 155 (1992), 61-4.

 

‘Récit et drame: le deuxième récit de messager dans Les Bacchantes’, Revue des Études Grecques 105 (1992), 572-83.

 

I.J.F. de Jong & A. Rijksbaron, ‘"Zo lag de held Odysseus..." Enige opmerkingen bij de Odyssee-vertaling van I. Dros’, L ampas 25 (1992), 198-213.

 

‘Studies in Homeric Denomination’, Mnemosyne 46 (1993), 289-306.

 

‘Between Word and Deed: Hidden Thoughts in the Odyssey, in I.J.F. de Jong & J.P. Sullivan (eds.) Modern Critical Theory & Classical Literature  (Leiden, Brill 1994), 27-50.

 

‘Pist_ tekm_ria in Soph. El. 774’, Mnemosyne 47 (1994), 679-81.

 

‘De literaire interpretatie van de Odyssee: enkele recente publikaties’, Lampas 27 (1994), 378-91.

 

‘Van schurk tot schatje: de literaire loopbaan van de Cycloop’, in A. Maria van Erp Taalman Kip en I.J.F. de Jong (red.) Schurken en schelmen. Cultuurhistorische verkenningen rond de Middellandse Zee (Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 1995), 59-72.

 

‘Homer as Literature: Some Current Areas of Research’, in J.P. Crielaard (ed.) Homeric Questions (Amsterdam, Gieben 1995), 127-47.

 

‘Sunsets and Sunrises in Homer and Apollonius of Rhodes: Book-Divisions and Beyond’, Dialogos. Hellenic Studies Review 3 (1996), 20-35.

 

‘Auerbach en Homerus’, Tijdschrift voor Literatuurwetenschap 1.3 (1996), 168-77.

 

‘Homer and Narratology’, in I. Morris and B. Powell (eds.) A New Companion to Homer (Leiden, Brill 1997), 305-25.

 

Gar introducing embedded narratives’, in A. Rijksbaron (ed.) New Approaches to Greek Particles (Amsterdam, Gieben 1997), 175-85.

 

‘Narrator Language Versus Character Language: Some Further Explorations’, in F. Létoublon (ed.) Hommage à Milman Parry. Le style formulaire de l'épopée homérique et la théorie de l'oralité poétique (Amsterdam, Gieben 1997), 293-302.

 

‘De literaire interpretatie van de Homerische epitheta’, Lampas 31.1 (1998), 3-20.

 

‘Homeric Epithet and Narrative Situation’, in M. Païsi-Apostolopoulou (ed.) Homerica. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on the Odyssey (1-5 september 1996) (Ithaca, Centre for Odyssean Studies 1998), 121-35.

 

‘Homer and Literary Criticism’, in I.J.F. de Jong (ed.) Homer: Critical Assessments, vol. III (London, Routledge 1998), 1-24.

 

‘Aspects narratologiques des Histoires d'Hérodote’, Lalies 19 (1999), 219-77.

 

‘Auerbach and Homer’, in J.N. Kazazis and A. Rengakos (eds.) Euphrosyne. Studies in Ancient Epic and its Legacy in Honor of Dimitris N. Maronitis (Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag 1999), 154-64.

 

‘SO Debate: Dividing Homer’, SO 74 (1999), 58-63.

 

‘Narratieve teksten en narratieve situaties’, Lampas 32 (2000), 189-210.

 

I.J.F. de Jong en  R. Nünlist, ‘Homerische Poetik in Stichwörtern’, in J. Latacz (ed.) Homers Ilias. Gesamtkommentar. Prolegomena (Leipzig, Sauer Verlag 2000), 159-71.

 

‘The Origins of Figural Narration in Antiquity’, in W. van Peer and S. Chatman (eds.) New Perspectives on Narrative Perspective (New York, SUNY Press 2001), 67-81.

 

‘The Anachronical Structure of Herodotus' Histories’, in S.J. Harrison (ed.) Texts, Ideas and the Classics (Oxford, OUP 2001), 93-116.

 

‘"Emancipation" of Speech in the Odyssey’, in M. Païsi-Apostolopoulou (ed.) Eranos. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on the Odyssey (2-7 september 2000) (Ithaca, Centre for Odyssean Studies 2001), 153-64.

‘The Prologue as a Pseudo Dialogue and the Identity of its (Main) Speaker’, in A. Kahane and A. Laird (eds.) A Companion to the Prologue to Apuleius' Metamorphoses (Oxford, OUP 2002), 201-12.

 

Iliad 1.366‑392: A Mirror Story’, reprinted (with revisions) in D. Cairns (ed.) Oxford Readings in Homer's Iliad (Oxford, OUP 2002), 478-95.

 

‘Narrative Unity and Units’, in E.J. Bakker, I.J.F. de Jong, H. van Wees (eds.) Brill's Companion to Herodotus (Leiden, Brill 2002), 245-66.

 

‘A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey. Principles and Problems.’, in R. Gibson, C. Kraus (eds.) The Classical Commentary (Leiden, Brill 2002), 49-66.

 

‘Developments in Narrative Technique in the Odyssey’, in M. Reichel, A. Rengakos (eds.) Epea pteroenta. Festschrift W. Kullmann (Stuttgart, Steiner 2002), 77-91.

 

‘Van poeta to persona in de vroegste Griekse literatuur (Homerus, Hesiodus, Herodotus)’, Lampas 35 (2002), 387-98.

 

‘The Practical Use of Historiography: From Haffner to Herodotus’, Arcadia 38 (2003), 325-8.

 

‘Three Off-Stage Characters in Euripides’, reprinted (with revisions) in J. Mossman (ed.) Oxford Readings in Euripides (Oxford, OUP 2003), 369-89.

 

‘Introduction to the Second Edition’, in I.J.F. de Jong, Narrators and Focalizers. The Presentation of the Story in the Iliad (London, Duckworth 2004), xiv-xxvi.

 

‘Paratexts “avant la lettre” in Ancient Greek Literature (Homer and Herodotus)’, in D. den Hengst, J. Koopmans, L. Kuitert (eds.) Paratext. The Fuzzy Edges of Literature (Amsterdam, ICG 2004), 47-59.

 

I.J.F. de Jong en  R. Nünlist, ‘From Bird’s Eye View to Close Up: the Standpoint of the Narrator in the Homeric Epics’, in  A. Bierl, A. Schmidt, A. Willi  (eds.) Antike Literatur in neuer Deutung (Leipzig, Saur 2004), 63-83.

 

‘Introduction. Narratological Theory on Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives’, ‘Homer’, ‘Herodotus’, ‘Sophocles’, in I.J.F. de Jong,  R. Nünlist, A. Bowie (eds.) Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative I (Leiden, Brill 2004.), 1-10, 13-24, 101-14, 255-68.

 

(with R. Nünlist) ‘Epilogue. Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature’, in I.J.F. de Jong,  R. Nünlist, A. Bowie (eds.) Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative I (Leiden, Brill 2004), 256-68.

 

‘Geen held zonder dichter’, Lampas 37 (2004), 179-85.

 

‘De paratekst ‘avant la lettre’ van Homerus en Herodotus’, Lampas 37 (2004), 297-308.

 

‘Homer and his own Reception’, Pharos 12 (2004), 189-201.

 

‘Convention Versus Realism in the Homeric Epics’, Mnemosyne 58 (2005), 1-22.

 

 ‘epic’, ‘in medias res’,  ‘ancient theories of narrative (Western)’, in  D. Herman, A. Jahn, M.-L. Ryan (eds.) The Routledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory (London 2005).

 

‘Aristotle on the Homeric Narrator’ , CQ  55 (2005), 616-21.

 

‘Narratologia e storiografia: il racconto di Atys e Adrasto in Erodoto 1.34-45’, QUCC 80 (2005), 87-96.

 

‘Where Narratology Meets Stylistics: the Seven Versions of Ajax’ Madness’. in I.J.F. de Jong,  A. Rijksbaron (eds.) Sophocles and the Greek language. Aspects of Diction, Syntax, and Pragmatics (Leiden, Brill 2006), 73-94.

 

 ‘Herodotus on the Dream of Cambyses (Histories 3.30, 61-5), in A. Lardinois, M.G.M. van der Poel, V.J.C. Hunink (eds .) Land of Dreams. Greek and Latin Studies in Honour of A.H.M. Kessels (Leiden, Brill 2006), 3-17.

 

‘The Homeric Narrator and his own kleos’, Mnemosyne 59 (2006), 188-207.

 

‘Sophocles Trachiniae 1-48, Euripidean Prologues, and their Audiences’, in R. Allan, M. Bijs (eds.) The Language of Literature. Linguistic Approaches to Classical texts (Leiden, Brill  2007), 7-28

 

‘Introduction. Narratological theory on Time’, ‘Homer’, ‘Sophocles’, in I.J.F. de Jong, R. Nünlist (eds.) Time in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 2 (Leiden, Brill 2007), 1-14, 17-37, 275-92.

 

(with R. Nünlist) ‘Epilogue. Time in Ancient Greek Literature’, in I.J.F. de Jong, R. Nünlist (eds.) Time in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 2 (Leiden, Brill 2007), 505-22.

 

‘Homers Erzählkunst’, in J. Latacz, T. Greub, P. Blome, A. Wieczorek (eds.) Homer. Der Mythos von Troia in Dichtung und Kunst (München, Hirmer 2008), 157-63.

 

‘Between Word and Deed: Hidden Thoughts in the Odyssey’, reprinted in L. Doherty (ed.) Oxford Readings in Classical Studies: Homer’s Odyssey (Oxford, OUP 2009), 62-90.

 

‘Homerus en het Gilgamesj-epos: een poēticale vergelijking’, Lampas 42 (2009), 93-110.

 

‘Un commentario narratológico sobre la Odisea: Principios y problemas’, Estudios Clasicos 135 (2009), 7-28.

 

‘Metalepsis in Ancient Greek Literature’, in J. Grethlein, A. Rengakos (eds.) Narratology and Interpretation. The Content of Narrative Form in Ancient Literature. Trends in Classics 4  (Berlin, W. de Gruyter 2009), 87-115.

 

‘Narratology and the Classics: the Proof of the Pudding...’, in H. Liss,  M. Oeming (eds.), Literary Construction of Identity in the Ancient World (Winona Lake, Eisenbrauns 2010), 81-100.

 

‘“ Many Tales go of that City’s Fall”. Het thema van de val van Troje in de Ilias’, Lampas 42 (2009) 279-98.

 

‘Eos en Tithonus in de nieuwe Sappho (en bij andere dichters)’ , Lampas 43 (2010), 150-67.

 

‘”How many children had (lady) Andromache?” Over traditionele personages in de Oudgriekse literatuur, in A.M. van Heerikhuizen, I.J.F. de Jong, M. van Montfrans (red.), Tweede Levens. Over personen en personages in de geschiedschrijving en de literatuur (Amsterdam Vossiuspers 2010), 15-33.

 

‘Narrative’, in M. Finkelberg (ed.) The Homer Encyclopdia II (Wiley-Blackwell, Malden-Oxford 2011), 554-6.

 

‘Homerische Hymnen. Inleiding’, in Homerische Hymnen. Vertaling Arthur Hartkamp (Groningen, Ta Grammata 2011), vii-xv.

 

‘The Shield of Achilles: from Metalepsis to Mise en Abyme’, in Ramus 40 (2011), 1-14.

 

‘Euripides and his Prologues: a Reappraisal’, Pharos 17 (2012), 21-34.

 

‘Introduction. Narratological Theory on Space’, ‘Homer’, ‘Homeric Hymns’, in I.J.F. de Jong (ed.) Space in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 3 (Leiden, Brill 2012), 1-18, 21-38, 39-53.

 

‘The Helen logos and Herodotus’ Fingerprint’, in M.P. de Bakker, E. Baragwanah, (eds.) Myth, Truth, and Narrative in Herodotus (Oxford, OUP 2012), 127-42.

 

‘Double Deixis in Homeric Speech: on the Interpretation of ὅδε and οὗτος’,  in M. Meier-Brügger (ed.) Homer, gedeutet durch ein grosses Lexikon (Göttingen, Vandenhoeck&Rupprecht  2012), 63-83.

 

‘Homerus: dichter, dichtkunst, en de belofte van eeuwige roem’, in Günay Uslu , Jorrit Kelder,  Omer Faruk Serifoglu (red.) Troje: De Stad, Homerus, Turkije (Amsterdam-Istanbul,  W-books 2012), 13-15

 

‘Homer: Poet, Poetry, and the Promise of Eternal Renown’, in Günay Uslu, Jorrit Kelder,  Omer Faruk Serifoglu, (eds.) Troy: City, Homer, Turkey (Amsterdam-Istanbul,  W-books 2012), 13-15.

 

‘De eenzaamheid van een held: Hector voor de poort van Troje’ , Lampas  46 (2013), 123-37.

 

‘Metalepsis and Embedded Speech in Pindaric and Bacchylidean Myth’, in U.E. Eisen, P. von Möllendorff (eds.) Űber die Grenze. Metalepse in Text und Bildmedien des Altertums (Berlin-New York, de Gruyter 2013),  97-118

 

‘Narratological Aspects of the Histories of Herodotus’, reprinted in V. Munson (ed.) Oxford Readings in Herodotus (Oxford,  Oxford University Press 2013), 253-91.

 

‘Diachronic Narratology (The Example of Ancient Greek Narrative)’, in P. Hühn, J.C. Meister, J. Pier, W. Schmid (eds.), Living Handbook of Narratology (electronic publication http:/www.lhn.uni-hamburg.de 2013), 8 pp. and in P. Hühn, J.C. Meister, J. Pier, W. Schmid (eds.) Handbook of Narratology, volume 1 (Berlin-Boston, De Gruyter 22014), 115-22.

 

‘The Anonymous Traveller in European Literature: a Greek Meme?’, in D. Cairns, R. Scodel (eds.) Defining Greek Narrative, Edinburgh Leventis Studies 7 (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press 2014), 314-33.

 

‘After Auerbach: Ancient Greek Literature as Test Case of European Literary Historiography’, European Review 22 (2014), 116-28.

 

‘Bacchylides 5 and the Theme of (non-) Recognition on the Battlefield’, in E.K. Emilsson, A. Maravela, M. Skoie (eds.) Paradeigmata. Studies in Honour of Øivind Andersen (Athens, Norwegian Institute at Athens 2014), 29-37.

 

R. Allan, I. de Jong, C. de Jonge, ‘Homerus’ Narratieve Stijl: Enargeia en Immersion’, Lampas 47 (2014), 202-23.

 

‘Pluperfects and the Artist in Ekphrases: From the Shield of Achilles to the Shield of Aeneas (And Beyond)’, Mnemosyne forthc.

 

 


 

Reviews

 

G.B. Walsh, The Varieties of Enchantment. Early Greek Views of the Nature and Function of Poetry (1984). In Mnemosyne 39 (1986), 419‑22.

 

W.G. Thalmann, Conventions of Form and Function in Early Greek Epic Poetry (1984). In Mnemosyne 41 (1988), 127-31.

 

A. Bonnafé, Poésie, nature et sacré.I. Homère, Hesiode et le sentiment grec de la nature (1984). In Mnemosyne 41 (1988), 393-5.

 

M. Heath, The Poetics of Greek Tragedy (1987). In Mnemosyne 43 (1990), 174-8.

 

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Teaching

Irene de Jong teaches BA- and MA-courses on Homer, drama, Greek literature, and Greek narrative texts.

 

2015

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2015). Pluperfects and the Artist in Ekphrases: From the Shield of Achilles to the Shield of Aeneas (and Beyond). Mnemosyne, 68(6), 889-916. DOI: 10.1163/1568525X-12341706 [details]
  • de Jong, I. (2015). Narrative. In R. A. Segal, & K. von Stuckrad (Eds.), Vocabulary for the Study of Religion. - Vol. 2. (pp. 513-517). Leiden/Boston: Brill. [details]
  • Nünlist, R., & de Jong, I. (2015). Homeric Poetics in Keywords. In A. Bierl, & J. Latacz (Eds.), Homer’s Iliad: the Basel Commentary. - Prolegomena. (pp. 164-176). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter. [details]

2014

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2014). After Auerbach: Ancient Greek literature as a test case of European Literary historiography. European Review, 22(1), 116-128. DOI: 10.1017/S1062798713000689 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2014). Bacchylides 5 and the theme of non-recognition on the battlefield. In E. K. Emilsson, A. Maravela, & M. Skoie (Eds.), Paradeigmata: Studies in honour of Øivind Andersen. (pp. 29-38). (Papers from the Norwegian Institute at Athens Series no. 4; No. 2). Athens: Norwegian Institute at Athens. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2014). Diachronic Narratology: (the example of Ancient Greek narrative). In P. Hühn, J. C. Meister, J. Pier, & W. Schmid (Eds.), Handbook of narratology. -1. (pp. 115-122). (De Gruyter handbook). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter. DOI: 10.1515/9783110316469.115 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2014). The anonymous traveller in European literature: a Greek meme? In D. Cairns, & R. Scodel (Eds.), Defining Greek narrative. (pp. 314-333). (Edinburgh Leventis Studies; No. 7). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. [details]

2013

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2013). Diachronic Narratology (the example of Ancient Greek narrative). In P. Hühn, J. C. Meister, J. Pier, & W. Schmid (Eds.), The living handbook of narratology. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press. [details / files]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2013). Metalepsis and Embedded Speech in Pindaric and Bacchylidean Myth. In U. E. Eisen, & P. von Möllendorff (Eds.), Über die Grenze: Metalepse in Text und Bildmedien des Altertums. (pp. 97-118). (Narratologia; No. 39). Berlin-New York: De Gruyter. DOI: 10.1515/9783110331721.97 [details]

2012

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2012). Double deixis in Homeric speech: on the interpretation of oδε and οuτος. Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Goettingen. Abhandlungen. Philologisch-Historische Klasse, NF, 21, 63-83. [details] [PDF]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2012). Homer. Iliad: book XXII. (Cambridge Greek and Latin classics). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2012). Homer. In I. J. F. de Jong (Ed.), Space in ancient Greek literature: studies in ancient Greek narrative. (pp. 21-38). (Mnemosyne. Supplements; No. 339). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2012). Introduction. Narratological Theory on Space. In I. J. F. de Jong (Ed.), Space in ancient Greek literature: studies in ancient Greek narrative. (pp. 1-18). (Mnemosyne. Supplements; No. 339). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2012). The Homeric Hymns. In I. J. F. de Jong (Ed.), Space in ancient Greek literature: studies in ancient Greek narrative. (pp. 39-53). (Mnemosyne. Supplements; No. 338). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. (2012). The Helen logos and Herodotus’ Fingerprint. In E. Baragwanath, & M. de Bakker (Eds.), Myth, truth, and narrative in Herodotus. (pp. 127-142). Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199693979.003.0005 [details]

2011

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2011). Odysseia. Ena Afēgēmatologiko hypomnēma. Thessalonikē: University Studio Press. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2011). The Shield of Achilles: from metalepsis to mise en abyme. Ramus, 40(1), 1-14. [details] [PDF]

2010

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2010). Euripides and his Prologues: a Reappraisal. Pharos: journal of the Netherlands Institute in Athens, 17(1), 21-34. DOI: 10.2143/PHA.17.1.2136890 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2010). Narratology and the classics: the proof of the pudding... In H. Liss, & M. Oeming (Eds.), Literary construction of identity in the ancient world: proceedings of the conference: literary fiction and the construction of identity in ancient literatures: options and limits of modern literary approaches in the exegesis of ancient texts, Heidelberg, July 10-13, 2006. (pp. 81-100). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns. [details]

2009

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2009). Un commentario narratológico sobre la Odisea: principios y problemas. Estudios Clásicos, 135, 7-28. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2009). Between word and deed: hidden thoughts in the Odyssey. In L. E. Doherty (Ed.), Homer’s Odyssey. (pp. 62-90). (Oxford readings in classical studies). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]
  • de Jong, I. (2009). Metalepsis in Ancient Greek literature. In J. Grethlein, & A. Rengakos (Eds.), Narratology and interpretation: the content of narrative form in ancient literature. (pp. 87-115). (Trends in classics. Supplementary volumes; No. 4). Berlin: W. de Gruyter. [details]

2007

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2007). 'Introduction. Narratological theory on Time', 'Homer', 'Sophocles', (with R. Nünlist) 'Epilogue. Time in Ancient Greek Literature'. In I. J. F. Jong, & R. Nunlist (Eds.), Time in Ancient Greek Literature. (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative; No. 2). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2007). 'Sophocles Trachiniae 1-48, Euripidean Prologues, and their Audiences'. In R. Allan, & M. Bijs (Eds.), The Language of Literature. Linguistic Approaches to Classical texts. (pp. 7-28). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F., & Nunlist, R. (2007). Epilogue. Time in Ancient Greek Literature. In I. J. F. de Jong, & R. Nunlist (Eds.), Time in Ancient Greel Literature. (pp. 505-522). (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative; No. 2). Leiden: Brill. [details]

2006

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2006). 'Herodotus on the Dream of Cambyses (Histories 3.30, 61-5)'. In A. Lardinois, M. G. M. van der Poel, & V. J. C. Hunink (Eds.), Land of Dreams. Greek and Latin Studies in Honour of A.H.M. Kessels. (pp. 3-17). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2006). 'Where Narratology Meets Stylistics: the Seven Versions of Ajax' Madness'. In I. J. F. de Jong, & A. Rijksbaron (Eds.), Sophocles and the Greek language. Aspects of Diction, Syntax, and Pragmatics. (pp. 73-93). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2006). 'The Homeric Narrator and his own kleos'. Mnemosyne, 59, 188-207. DOI: 10.1163/156852506777069736 [details]

2005

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2005). 'Epic', 'in medias res', 'ancient theories of narrative (Western)'. In D. Herman, A. Jahn, & M-L. Ryan (Eds.), The Routledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory. Londen: Routledge. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2005). 'Homer and his own Reception'. Pharos: journal of the Netherlands Institute in Athens, 12 (2004), 189-201. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2005). 'Narratologia e storiografia: il racconto di Atys e Adrasto in Erodoto 1.34-45'. QUCC, 109, 87-96. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2005). Aristotle on the Homeric Narrator. CQ, 55, 616-621. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2005). Convention Versus Realism in the Homeric Epics. Mnemosyne, 58, 1-22. DOI: 10.1163/1568525053420815 [details]

2004

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Narrators and Focalizers. The Presentation of the Story in the Iliad. Londen: Duckworth / Bristol Classical Press. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). From Bird's Eye View to Close Up: the Standpoint of the Narrator in the Homeric Epics. In A. Bierl, A. Schmidt, & A. Willi (Eds.), Antike Literatur in neuer Deutung. (pp. 63-83). Leipzig: Saur. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Introduction to the Second Edition. In I. J. F. de Jong (Ed.), Narrators and Focalizers. The Presentation of the Story in the Iliad. (pp. xiv-xxvi). London: Duckworth. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Introduction. Narratological Theory on Narrators, Narratees and Narratives, ''Homer", "Herodotus", "Sophocles". In I. J. F. de Jong, R. Nunlist, & A. Bowie (Eds.), Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives. (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative; No. 1). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Paratexts "avant la lettre" in Ancient Greek Literature (Homer and Herodotus). In D. den Hengst, J. Koopmans, & L. Kuitert (Eds.), Paratext. The Fuzzy Edges of Literature. Amsterdam: ICG. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F., & Nunlist, R. (2004). Epilogue. Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature. In I. J. F. de Jong, R. Nunlist, & A. Bowie (Eds.), Narrators, Narratees, and Narratives.. (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative; No. 1). Leiden: Brill. [details]

2003

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2003). Three Off-Stage Characters in Euripides (reprint with revisions). In J. Mossman (Ed.), Oxford Readings in Euripides. (pp. 369-389). Oxford: OUP. [details]

2002

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey. Principles and Problems. In R. Gibson, & C. Kraus (Eds.), The Classical Commentary. (pp. 49-66). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). Developments in Narrative Technique in the Odyssey. In M. Reichel, & A. Rengakos (Eds.), Epea pteroenta. Festschrift W. Kullmann. (pp. 77-91). Stuttgart: Steiner. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). Iliad 1.366-392: A Mirror Story (reprint with revisions). In D. Cairns (Ed.), Oxford Readings in Homer's Iliad. (pp. 478-495). Oxford: OUP. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). Narrative Unity and Units. In E. J. Bakker, I. J. F. de Jong, & H. van Wees (Eds.), Brill's Companion to Herodotus. (pp. 245-266). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). The Prologue as a Pseudo Dialogue and the Identity of its (Main) Speaker. In A. Kahane, & A. Laird (Eds.), A Companion to the Prologue to Apuleius' Metamorphoses. (pp. 201-212). Oxford: OUP. [details]

2001

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2001). A Narratological Commentary on the Odyssey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2001). The Anachronical Structure of Herodotus' Histories. In S. J. Harrison (Ed.), Texts, Ideas and the Classics. (pp. 93-116). Oxford: OUP. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2001). The Origins of Figural Narration in Antiquity. In W. van Peer, & S. Chatman (Eds.), New Perspectives on Narrative Perspective. (pp. 67-81). New York: SUNY Press. [details]

2000

  • de Jong, I. J. F., & Nünlist, R. (2000). Homerische Poetik in Stichwörtern. In J. Latacz (Ed.), Homers Ilias. Gesamtkommentar. Prolegomena. (pp. 159-171). Leipzig: Sauer Verlag. [details]

1999

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1999). Aspects narratologiques des 'Histoires' d'Hérodote'. Lalies, 19, 219-277. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1999). SO Debate: Dividing Homer. Symbolae Osloenses, 74, 58-63. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1999). Auerbach and Homer. In J. N. Kazazis, & A. Rengakos (Eds.), Euphrosyne. Studies in Ancient Epic and its legacy in Honor of Dimitris N. Maronitis. (pp. 154-164). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag. [details]

1998

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). Homer and Literary Criticism. In I. J. F. de Jong (Ed.), Homer: Critical Assessments, volume III. (pp. 1-24). London: Routledge. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). Homeric Epithet and Narrative Situation. In M. Paisi-Apostolopolou (Ed.), Homerica. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on the Odessey (1-5 september 1996). (pp. 121-135). Ithaca: Centre for Odyssean Studies. [details]

1997

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). Gar introducing embedded narratives. In A. Rijksbaron (Ed.), New Approaches to Greek particles. (pp. 175-185). Amsterdam: Gieben. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). Homer and Narratology. In B. Powell, & I. Morris (Eds.), A New Companion to Homer. (pp. 305-325). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). Homer and Narratology. In I. Morris, & B. Powell (Eds.), A New Companion to Homer. (pp. 305-325). Brill: Leiden. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). Narrator Language versus Character Language: Some Further Explorations. In F. Letoublon (Ed.), Hommage a Milman Parry. Le style formulaire de l'epopee homerique et la theorie de l'oralite poetique. (pp. 293-302). Amsterdam: Gieben. [details]

1996

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1996). Sunset and sunrises in Homer and Apollonius of Rhodes: Book-Divisions and Beyond. Dialogos, 3, 20-35. [details]

1995

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1995). Homer as Literature: Some Current Areas of Research. In J. P. Crielaard (Ed.), Homeric Questions. (pp. 127-147). Amsterdam: Gieben. [details]

1994

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). 'Pista tekmeria' in Soph.El.774. Mnemosyne, 47, 679-681. DOI: 10.1163/156852594X00564 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). Between Word en Deed: Hidden Thoughts in the Odyssey. In I. J. F. de Jong, & J. P. Sullivan (Eds.), Modern Critical Theory & Classical Literature. (pp. 27-50). Leiden: Brill. [details]

1993

1992

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1992). Récit et drame: le deuxième récit de messager dans "Les Bacchantes". Revue des Études Grecques, 105, 572-583. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1992). The Subjective Style in Odysseus' Wanderings. Classical Quarterly, 42, 1-11. DOI: 10.1017/S000983880004252X [details]

1991

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Gynaikeion Ethos: Misogyny in the Homeric Scholia. Eranos, 89, 13-24. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Narrative in Drama. The Art of the Euripidean Messenger-Speech. (Mnemosyne; No. Suppl.116). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Narratology and Oral Poetry: The Case of Homer. Poetics Today, 12(3), 405-423. DOI: 10.2307/1772645 [details]

1990

1989

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). Agamemnon's belt in Iliad II.479. Museum Helveticum, 46, 240-241. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). The Biter Bit. A Narratological Analysis of H.Aphr.45-291. Wiener Studien, 23, 13-26. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). The Homeric Epithets of "απоινα". Museum Helveticum, 46, 242-243. [details]

1988

  • de Jong, I. (1988). Homeric words and speakers: an addendum. Journal of Hellenic Studies, 108, 188-189. DOI: 10.2307/632641 [details] [PDF]

1987

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). Homeric κέρδος and οφελοσ. Museum Helveticum, 44, 79-81. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). Paris/Alexandros in the Ilias. Mnemosyne, 40, 124-128. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). The Voice of Anonymity: "tis"-speeches in the Ilias. Eranos, 85, 69-84. [details]
  • de Jong, I. (1987). Silent characters in the Iliad. In J. M. Bremer, I. J. F. de Jong, & J. Kalff (Eds.), Homer: Beyond Oral Poetry. (pp. 105-121). Amsterdam: Grüner. [details]

1985

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). Eurykleia and Odysseus' scar: Odyssey 19.393-466. Classical Quarterly, 35, 517-518. DOI: 10.1017/S0009838800040349 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). Fokalisation und die Homerischen Gleichnisse. Mnemosyne, 38, 257-270. DOI: 10.1163/156852585X00410 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). Iliad 1.366-392: A mirror story. Arethusa, 18(1), 1-22. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). ψ 430:ώς ούκ άίοντι έοικώσς: Surprising Contamination or Effective Combination? Glotta, 63, 161-162. [details]

2011

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2011). Narrative. In M. Finkelberg (Ed.), The Homer encyclopedia. - Volume II. (pp. 554-556). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. [details]

2010

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2010). 'How many children had (Lady) Andromache?' Over tradionele personages in de Oudgriekse literatuur. In A. van Heerikhuizen, I. de Jong, & M. van Montfrans (Eds.), Tweede levens: over personen en personages in de geschiedschrijving en de literatuur. (pp. 14-33). Amsterdam: Vossiuspers UvA. [details]

2005

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2005). 'Where Narratology Meets Stylistics: the Seven Versions of Ajax' Madness'. In I. J. F. Jong, & A. Rijksbaron (Eds.), Sophocles and the Greek language. (pp. 73-93). Leiden: Brill. [details]

2004

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Narrators and focalizers: the presentation of the story in the Iliad. London: Bristol Classical Press. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Introduction to the second edition. In I. J. F. de Jong (Ed.), Narrators and focalizers: the presentation of the story in the Iliad. - New ed.. (pp. XIV-XXVI). (BCP paperback series). London: Duckworth. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Paratexts "avant la lettre" in ancient Greek literature (Homer and Herodotus). In C. Dauven (Ed.), Paratext: the fuzzy edges of literature. (pp. 47-59). Amsterdam: Institute of Culture and History, University of Amsterdam. [details]

2003

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2003). M. Alden. Homer beside himself: para-narratives in the Iliad [Review of: M. Alden. Homer beside himself: para-narratives in the Iliad]. Mnemosyne, 56, 81-84. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2003). S. Pulleyn (ed.), Homer, Iliad, book one [Review of: S. Pulleyn. Homer, Iliad, book one]. Mnemosyne, 57, 97-99. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2003). The Practical Use of Historiography: From Haffner to Herodotus. Arcadia, 38, 325-328. DOI: 10.1515/arca.38.2.325 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2003). The practical use of historiography: from Haffner to Herodotus. Arcadia, 38, 325-328. DOI: 10.1515/arca.38.2.325 [details]

1999

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1999). SO debate: dividing Homer. SO, 74, 58-63. [details]

1998

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). De literaire interpretatie van de Homerische epitheta. Lampas, 31(1), 3-20. [details]
  • Artz, R., Goossens, T., de Jong, D., & de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). Homeros: de eer van Achilles. Leeuwarden: Eisma. [details]

1997

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). M. Reichel, Fernbeziehungen in der Ilias [Review of: M. Reichel. Fernbeziehungen in der Ilias]. Mnemosyne, 50, 94-96. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). Narrator language versus character language: some further explorations. In F. Létoublon (Ed.), Hommage à Milman Parry: le style formulaire de l'épopée homérique et la théorie de l'oralité poétique. (pp. 293-302). Amsterdam: Gieben. [details]

1996

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1996). G.S. Kirk ... [et.al.], The Iliad: a commentary [Review of: G.S. Kirk, B. Hainsworth. The Iliad: a commentary]. Mnemosyne, 49, 86-95. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1996). N. Felson-Rubin, Regarding Penelope: from character to poetics [Review of: N. Felson-Rubin. Regarding Penelope: from character to poetics]. Mnemosyne, 49, 344-346. [details]

1994

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). De literaire interpretatie van de Odyssee: enkele recente publikaties. Lampas, 27, 378-391. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). Pist_ tekm_ria in Soph. El. 774. Mnemosyne, 47, 679-681. DOI: 10.1163/156852594X00564 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). Between word and deed: hidden thoughts in the Odyssey. In I. J. F. de Jong, & J. P. Sullivan (Eds.), Modern critical theory & classical literature. (pp. 27-50). (Mnemosyne. Supplementum; No. 130). Leiden: Brill. [details]

1993

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1993). S. H. Lonsdale, Creatures of speech. lion, herding, and hunting similes in the Iliad [Review of: S.H. Lonsdale. Creatures of speech. lion, herding, and hunting similes in the Iliad]. Mnemosyne, 46, 396-397. [details]

1992

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1992). Homerus' muze. De Gids, 155, 61-64. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1992). In betovering gevangen: aspecten van Homerus' vertelkunst. (Baskerville cursief serie). Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1992). Récit et drame: le deuxième récit de messager dans Les Bacchantes. Revue des Études Grecques, 105, 572-583. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1992). The subjective style in Odysseus' wanderings. Classical Quarterly, 42(1), 1-11. DOI: 10.1017/S000983880004252X [details] [PDF]

1991

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). E. Havelock, De Muze leert schrijven [Review of: E. Havelock. De Muze leert schrijven]. Forum der Letteren, 32, 292-295. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Gynaikeion ethos: misogyny in the Homeric scholia. Eranos, 89, 13-24. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Narrative in drama: the art of the Euripidean messenger-speech. (Mnemosyne. Supplementum; No. 116). Brill: Leiden. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Narratology and oral poetry: the case of Homer. Poetics Today, 12(3), 405-423. DOI: 10.2307/1772645 [details] [PDF]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Tijdsaspecten in Pindarus' Pythische vier. Lampas, 24, 199-210. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1991). Verhaal en drama: het bodeverhaal in de Griekse tragedie. Forum der Letteren, 42, 207-219. [details]

1990

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1990). C. Calame, Le récit en Grèce ancienne [Review of: C. Calame. Le récit en Grèce ancienne]. Mnemosyne, 43, 166-168. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1990). Homerische verteltechniek: de ontmoeting tussen Hermes en Priamus in Ilias 24. Lampas, 23, 370-383. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1990). L. Collins, Studies in characterization in the Iliad [Review of: L. Collins. Studies in characterization in the Iliad]. Mnemosyne, 43, 462-464. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1990). R.P. Martin, The language of heroes [Review of: R.P. Martin. The language of heroes]. Mnemosyne, 45, 392-397. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1990). Three off-stage characters in Euripides. Mnemosyne, 43(1/2), 1-21. DOI: 10.1163/156852590X00018 [details / files]

1989

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). Agamemnon's belt in Iliad II.479. Museum Helveticum, 46, 242-243. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). De Ilias: een objektief verhaal? Forum der Letteren, 30, 206-216. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). The Homeric epithets of poina. Museum Helveticum, 46, 242-243. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). The biter bit: a narratological analysis of H.Aphr. 45-291. Wiener Studien, 23, 13-26. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). Zwijgende personages in de Ilias. Lampas, 22, 4-21. [details]

1988

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). A. Bonnafé, Poésie, nature et sacré. Vol. I: Homère, Hesiode et le sentiment grec de la nature [Review of: A. Bonnafié. Poésie, nature et sacré.Vol. I: Homère, Hesiode et le sentiment grec de la nature]. Mnemosyne, 41, 393-395. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). Het litteken van Odysseus: Homerus onder het mes van de literatuurkritiek. Hermeneus, 60, 9-14. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). W.G. Thalmann, Conventions of form and function in early Greek epic poetry [Review of: W.G. Thalmann. Conventions of form and function in early greek epic poetry]. Mnemosyne, 41, 127-131. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). Gynaikeion ethos. Misogynie als verblindende factor bij antieke Homerusinterpretatoren. In E. van Alphen, & I. J. F. de Jong (Eds.), Door het oog van de tekst. Essays voor Miele Bal oer visie. (pp. 106-120). Bussum: Coutinho. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). Gynaikeion ethos: misogynie als verblindende factor bij antieke Homerusinterpretatoren'. In E. van Alphen, & I. J. F. de Jong (Eds.), Door het oog van de tekst: essays voor Mieke Bal over visie. (pp. 106-120). Muiderberg: Coutinho. [details]

1987

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). Homeric k_rdos and __elos. Museum Helveticum, 44, 79-81. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). Paris/Alexandros in the Iliad. Mnemosyne, 40, 124-128. [details / files]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). The voice of anonymity: tis-speeches in the Ilias. Eranos, 85, 69-84. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). Silent characters in the Iliad. In J. M. Bremer, I. J. F. de Jong, & J. Kalff (Eds.), Homer: beyond oral poetry. (pp. 105-121). Amsterdam: Grüner. [details]

1986

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1986). G.B. Walsh, The varieties of enchantment: Eerly Greek views of the nature and function of poetry [Review of: G.B. Walsh. The varieties of enchantment: early Greek views of the nature and function of poetry]. Mnemosyne, 39, 419-422. [details]

1985

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). Eurykleia and Odysseus' scar: Odyssey 19.393-466. Classical Quarterly, 35(2), 517-518. DOI: 10.1017/S0009838800040349 [details] [PDF]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). Fokalisation und die homerischen Gleichnisse. Mnemosyne, 38(3/4), 257-270. DOI: 10.1163/156852585X00410 [details / files]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). Iliad 1.366 392: a mirror story. Arethusa, 18(1), 1-22. [details / files]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1985). Psi 430: _so_k__onti_oiki;s: surprising contamination or effective combination? Glotta, 63, 161-162. [details]

1984

  • van der Ben, N., & de Jong, I. J. F. (1984). Daimon in Ilias en Odysse. Lampas, 17, 301-316. [details]

2014

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2014). [Review of: H. Lovatt (2013) The epic gaze: vision, gender and narrative in ancient epic]. Mnemosyne, 67(6), 1023-1027. DOI: 10.1163/1568525X-12341804 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2014). [Review of: R.B. Rutherford (2012) Greek tragic style: form, language and interpretation]. Mnemosyne, 67(1), 135-137. DOI: 10.1163/1568525X-12341551 [details]
  • Allan, R., de Jong, I., & de Jonge, C. (2014). Homerus' narratieve stijl: enargeia en immersion. Lampas, 47(3), 202-223. [details]

2013

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2013). De eenzaamheid van een held: Hector voor de poort van Troje. Lampas, 46(2), 123-137. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2013). [Review of: A. Faulkner (2011) The Homeric hymns: interpretative essays]. Mnemosyne, 66(1), 133-135. DOI: 10.1163/1568525X-12341345 [details]

2012

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2012). [Review of: J.L. Ready (2011) Character, narrator, and simile in the Iliad]. Mnemosyne, 65(4/5), 787-789. DOI: 10.1163/1568525X-12341255 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2012). [Review of: N. Richardson (2010) Three Homeric hymns : to Apollo, Hermes, and Aphrodite: hymns 3, 4, and 5]. Mnemosyne, 65(3), 495-499. DOI: 10.1163/156852511X585017 [details]

2011

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2011). Inleiding. In A. S. Hartkamp (Ed.), Homerische hymnen: vertaling. (pp. vii-xv). (Obolos; No. 17). Groningen: Ta Grammata. [details]
  • Artz, R., van den Bergh, A., van Dolen, H., & de Jong, I. (2011). Heimwee van een held: de thuisreis van Odysseus. Houten: Hermaion. [details]

2010

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2010). Eos en Tithonus in de nieuwe Sappho (en bij andere dichters). Lampas, 43(2), 150-167. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2010). [Review of: A.D. Morrison (2007) The narrator in Archaic Greek and Hellenistic poetry]. Mnemosyne, 63(4), 651-654. DOI: 10.1163/156852510X456363 [details]

2009

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2009). 'Many tales go of that city's fall': het thema van de val van Troje in de Ilias. Lampas, 42(4), 279-298. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2009). Homerus en het Gilgameš-epos: een poëticale vergelijking. Lampas, 42(2), 93-110. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2009). [Review of: A. Kelly (2007) A referential commentary and lexicon to Iliad VIII]. Mnemosyne, 62(3), 478-480. DOI: 10.1163/156852509X340066 [details]

2008

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2008). [Review of: D. Beck (2005) Homeric conversation]. Mnemosyne, 61(3), 482-484. DOI: 10.1163/156852507X235308 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2008). [Review of: J. Grethlein (2006) Das Geschichtsbild der Ilias : eine Untersuchung aus phänomenologischer und narratologischer Perspektive]. Mnemosyne, 61(4), 659-661. DOI: 10.1163/156852508X252939 [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2008). Homers Erzählkunst. In J. Latacz, T. Greub, P. Blome, & A. Wieczorek (Eds.), Homer: der Mythos von Troia in Dichtung und Kunst. (pp. 157-163). München: Hirmer. [details] [PDF]
  • Albertz, H., Artz, R., van den Bergh, A., de Jong, I., & Roelofs, M. (2008). Lief en leed bij mensen en goden: passages uit de Ilias van Homerus. - Tekstboek en hulpboek. Lunteren: Hermaion. [details]

2007

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2007). [Review of: M. Stoevesandt (2004) Feinde-Gegner-Opfer. Zur Darstellung der Trojaner in den Kampfszenen der Ilias]. Mnemosyne, 60, 669-670. [details]

2006

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2006). [Review of: B. Effe (2004) Epische Objektivität und subjektives Erzählen]. Gnomon : kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft, 78, 643-644. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2006). [Review of: R. Scodel (2002) Listening to Homer: tradition, narrative, and audience]. Gnomon : kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft, 78, 200-203. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2006). [Review of: T.A. Schmitz (2002) Moderne Literaturtheorie und antike Texte. Eine Einführung]. Mnemosyne, 59, 304-306. [details]

2005

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2005). [Review of: M.A. Flower, J. Marincola (2002) Herodotus Histories Book IX]. Mnemosyne, 58, 594-596. [details]

2004

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). De paratekst "avant la lettre" van Homerus en Herodotus. Lampas, 37, 297-308. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2004). Geen held zonder dichter. Lampas, 37, 179-185. [details]

2003

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2003). [Review of: P.A. Rosenmeyer (2001) Ancient Epistolary Fictions. The Letter in Greek Literature]. Mnemosyne, 56, 361-363. [details]

2002

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). Van poeta to persona in de vroegste Griekse literatuur (Homerus, Hesiodus, Herodotus). Lampas, 35, 387-398. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). [Review of: T. Harrison (2000) Divinity and History. The Religion of Herodotus]. Mnemosyne, 55, 105-108. [details]
  • Artz, R., Goossens, T., Jeurissen, S., de Jong, D., & de Jong, I. J. F. (2002). Het verhaal van Odysseus. De sprookjeswereld van Homerus' Odyssee (tekstboek en hulpboek). Leeuwarden: Eisma. [details]

2001

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2001). [Review of: G.W. Most (ed.) (1999) Commentaries-Kommentare. Kritische Studien zur Philologiegeschichte]. Mnemosyne, 54, 752-753. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2001). [Review of: R.J. Rabel (1997) Plot and Point of View in the Iliad]. Mnemosyne, 54, 221-223. [details]

2000

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2000). Narratieve teksten en narratieve situaties. Lampas, 32, 189-210. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (2000). [Review of: J.A. Arieti (1995) Discourses on the First Book of Herodotus]. Mnemosyne, 53, 245-247. [details]

1999

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1999). [Review of: A. Sprague Becker (1995) The shield of Achilles and the poetics of Ekphrasis]. Mnemosyne, 52, 336-337. [details]

1998

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). De literaire interpretatie van de Homerische epitheta. Lampas, 31.1, 3-20. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). Sardonic Smile. Nonverbal Behaviour in Homeric Epic [Review of: D. Lateiner (1998) -]. Mnemosyne, 51, 605-607. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). Siren Songs. Gender, Audiences, and Narrators in the Odyssey [Review of: L. Doherty (1998) -]. Mnemosyne, 51, 463-467. [details]
  • Artz, R., Goossens, T., de Jong, D., & de Jong, I. J. F. (1998). Homeros. De eer van Achilles. Leeuwarden: Eisma. [details]

1997

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). Fernbeziehungen in der Ilias [Review of: M. Reichel (1997) Fernbeziehungen in der Ilias]. Mnemosyne, 50, 94-96. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). Homer. Iliad IX [Review of: J. Griffin (1997) Homer. Iliad IX]. Mnemosyne, 50, 348-351. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1997). [Review of: P. Kyriakou (1997) Homeric hapax legomena in the Argonautica of Appolonius Rhodius]. Journal of Hellenic Studies, 117, 217-218. [details]

1996

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1996). Auerbach en Homerus. TvL. Tijdschrift voor Literatuurwetenschap, 1(3), 168-177. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1996). Regarding Penelope. From Character to poetics [Review of: N. Felson-Rubin (1996) -]. Mnemosyne, 49, 344-346. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1996). The Iliad. A Commentary [Review of: G.S. Kirk (1996) -]. Mnemosyne, 49, 344-346. [details]

1995

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1995). False Predictions in the 'Iliad' [Review of: J.V. Morrison (1995) -]. Mnemosyne, 47, 689-694. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1995). Homeros. Ontmoetingen met Odysseus (2 delen). Leeuwarden: Eisma. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1995). The Shield of Homer. Narrative Structure in the 'Iliad' [Review of: K. Stanley (1995) -]. Mnemosyne, 47, 532-534. [details]

1994

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). De literaire interpretatie van de Odyssee: enkele recente publikaties. Lampas, 27, 378-391. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). Homeric Misdirection. False Predictions in the Iliad [Review of: J.V. Morrison (1994) Homeric Misdirection. False Predictions in the Iliad]. In J. V. Morrison (Ed.), Unknown. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). Homeric Soundings. The Shaping of the Iliad [Review of: O. Taplin (1994) Homeric Soundings. The Shaping of the Iliad]. In O. Taplin (Ed.), Unknown. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1994). The Shield of Homer. Narrative Structure in the Iliad [Review of: K. Stanley (1994) The Shield of Homer. Narrative Structure in the Iliad]. In K. Stanley (Ed.), Unknown. [details]

1992

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1992). Verhaal en drama: het bodeverhaal in de Griekse tragedie. Forum der Letteren, 32, 207-219. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F., & Rijksbaron, A. (1992). "Zo lag de held Odysseus....". Enige opmerkingen bij de Odyssee-vertaling van I.Dros. Lampas, 25, 198-213. [details]
  • de Jong, I. (1992). In betovering gevangen. Aspecten van Homerus' vertelkunst. Amsterdam: Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep. [details]

1990

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1990). Homerische verteltechniek: de ontmoeting tussen Hermes en Priamus in Ilias 24. Lampas, 23, 370-383. [details]

1989

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). De Ilias: een objektief verhaal? Forum der Letteren, 30, 206-216. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1989). Zwijgende personages in de Ilias. Lampas, 22, 4-21. [details]

1988

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). Het litteken van Odysseus: Homerus onder het mes van de literatuurkritiek. Hermeneus, 60, 9-14. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). [Review of: (1984) W.G. Thalmann. Conventions of Form and Function in Early Greek Epic Poetry]. Mnemosyne, 41, 127-131. [details]

1986

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1986). [Review of: (1984) G.Walsh. The Varieties of Enchantment. Early Greek Views of the Nature and Function of Poetry]. Mnemosyne, 39, 419-422. [details]

1984

  • van der Ben, N., & de Jong, I. J. F. (1984). Daimon in Ilias en Odysse. Lampas, 17, 301-316. [details]

1999

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1999). Vertellers met een lijf. Een sondering van de geschiedenis van het Klassiek Griekse verhaal. Amsterdam: KNAW. [details]

1987

  • de Jong, I. J. F. (1987). Narrators and focalizers: the presentation of the story in the Iliad Amsterdam: Grüner [details]

Spreker

  • de Jong, I.J.F. (invited speaker) (20-4-2010): Der Schild des Achilleus oder Homer ueber seine Erzaehlkunst, Guest Lecture, Freiburg.
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (invited speaker) (21-4-2010): Greek Literature and the Potential of Diachronical Narratology, Guest Lecture, Freiburg.
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (invited speaker) (31-5-2010): Auerbach revisited: the will of Zeus in the Iliad, Conference on ancient interpreters of Homer and the bible, Jeruzalem.
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (speaker) (21-4-2005): 'De Odyssee: de terugkeer van een man', K.L.Poll-NWO-lezing, Amsterdam.
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (speaker) (21-4-2005): 'Homerus en zijn eigen kleos', ., Leuven.

Tijdschriftredactie

  • den Boer, W. (editor) & de Jong, I.J.F. (editor) (2012): Pharos: journal of the Netherlands Institute in Athens (Journal).
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (editor) (2009): Mnemosyne (Journal).
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (editor) (2008): Mnemosyne (Journal).
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (editor) (2008): Mnemosyne. Supplementum (Journal).
  • de Jong, I.J.F. (editor) (2005): Mnemosyne (Journal).

Boekredactie

  • van Heerikhuizen, A., de Jong, I., & van Montfrans, M. (2010). Tweede levens: over personen en personages in de geschiedschrijving en de literatuur. Amsterdam: Vossiuspers UvA. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F., & Nunlist, R. (2007). Time in Ancient Greek Literature. (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative; No. 2). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F., Bowie, A., & Nünlist, R. (2004). Narrators, narratees, and narratives in ancient Greek literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative, Vol. I. (Mnemosyne. Supplements; No. 257). Boston: Brill. [details]
  • van Erp Taalman Kip, A. M., & de Jong, I. J. F. (1995). Schurken en schelmen. Cultuurhistorische verkenningen rond de Middellandse Zee. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]
  • de Jong, I. J. F., & Sullivan, J. P. (1994). Modern critical theory & classical literature. (Mnemosyne. Supplementum; No. 130). Leiden: Brill. [details]
  • van Alphen, E., & de Jong, I. J. F. (1988). Door het oog van de tekst: essays voor Mieke Bal over visie. Muiderberg: Coutinho. [details]
  • Bremer, J. M., de Jong, I. J. F., & Kalff, J. (1987). Homer: beyond oral poetry : recent trends in Homeric interpretation. Amsterdam: Grüner. [details]
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