Dr Natalia Tsoumpra

  • Lecturer (Classics)

telephone: 01413303913
email: Natalia.Tsoumpra@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

I specialize in Greek comedy and tragedy, while I am also broadly interested in ancient medicine, magic, gender and sexuality, and theories of humour. I have an ongoing interest in performance and theatre practice, and have worked closely with the Glasgow University Classics society for the production of several classically-themed plays.


Publications

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Number of items: 8.

2020

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) Identities. In: Ewans, M. (ed.) A Cultural History of Comedy. Series: The Cultural Histories Series, 1. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350000827

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) Dark comedy in Frogs. Omnibus, 79, pp. 5-7.

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) The shifting gender identity of Dionysus in Aristophanes’ Frogs. In: Kanellakis, D. and Fries, A. (eds.) With Mirth and Laughter: Essays on Greek Comedy in Honour of Angus M. Bowie. De Gruyter. (Accepted for Publication)

2019

Tsoumpra, N. (2019) No laughing matter? The comic potential of madness in Aristophanes. In: Hall, E. and Swallow, P. (eds.) Aristophanic Humour: Theory and Practice. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350101524 (Accepted for Publication)

Tsoumpra, N. (2019) Sex can kill: gender inversion and the politics of subversion in Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazusae. Classical Quarterly, (Accepted for Publication)

2018

Tsoumpra, N. (2018) More than a sex-strike: A case of medical pathology in Lysistrata. Classical Journal, (Accepted for Publication)

Kazantzidis, G. and Tsoumpra, N. (2018) Morbid laughter: Exploring the comic dimensions of disease in classical antiquity. Illinois Classical Studies, 43(2), pp. 273-297.

Tsoumpra, N. (2018) The politics of hopelessness: Thucydides and Aristophanes’ Knights. In: Kazantzidis, G. and Spatharas, D. (eds.) Hope in Ancient Literature, History, and Art: Ancient Emotions I. Series: Trends in Classics - Supplementary Volumes, 63. De Gruyter, pp. 111-130. ISBN 9783110598254

This list was generated on Fri May 29 19:34:04 2020 BST.
Number of items: 8.

Articles

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) Dark comedy in Frogs. Omnibus, 79, pp. 5-7.

Tsoumpra, N. (2019) Sex can kill: gender inversion and the politics of subversion in Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazusae. Classical Quarterly, (Accepted for Publication)

Tsoumpra, N. (2018) More than a sex-strike: A case of medical pathology in Lysistrata. Classical Journal, (Accepted for Publication)

Kazantzidis, G. and Tsoumpra, N. (2018) Morbid laughter: Exploring the comic dimensions of disease in classical antiquity. Illinois Classical Studies, 43(2), pp. 273-297.

Book Sections

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) Identities. In: Ewans, M. (ed.) A Cultural History of Comedy. Series: The Cultural Histories Series, 1. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350000827

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) The shifting gender identity of Dionysus in Aristophanes’ Frogs. In: Kanellakis, D. and Fries, A. (eds.) With Mirth and Laughter: Essays on Greek Comedy in Honour of Angus M. Bowie. De Gruyter. (Accepted for Publication)

Tsoumpra, N. (2019) No laughing matter? The comic potential of madness in Aristophanes. In: Hall, E. and Swallow, P. (eds.) Aristophanic Humour: Theory and Practice. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350101524 (Accepted for Publication)

Tsoumpra, N. (2018) The politics of hopelessness: Thucydides and Aristophanes’ Knights. In: Kazantzidis, G. and Spatharas, D. (eds.) Hope in Ancient Literature, History, and Art: Ancient Emotions I. Series: Trends in Classics - Supplementary Volumes, 63. De Gruyter, pp. 111-130. ISBN 9783110598254

This list was generated on Fri May 29 19:34:04 2020 BST.