North American Scholar

REARDON, Bryan Peter

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  • Date of Birth (YYYY-MM-DD): 1928-12-30
  • Born City: Manchester
  • Born State/Country: England
  • Date of Death (YYYY-MM-DD): 2009-11-16
  • Death City: Lion-sur-Mer
  • Death State/Country: France
  • Married: Janette Hamard
  • Education:

    M.A. Glasgow U., 1951; B.A. St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1953; D.U., Nantes University, France, 1968. 

  • Professional Experience:

    Asst. prof. to asso. prof., Memorial University (Newfoundland), 1958-67; prof. Trent University (Ontario), 1967-74; prof. classics, University College of North Wales, 1974-78; University of California, Irvine, 1978-  vis. prof. Université Caen, 1983-4; Mellon Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1987-8.

  • Dissertation: Array
  • Publications:

    Lucian of Samosate, Selected Works (ed. & trans.) (New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1965). REVS: CW LIX 1966 245 Frost | REG LXXIX 1966 558 Bompaire; “The Greek Novel,” Phoenix 23 (1969) 291-309; “The Anxious Pagan,” EMC 17 (1973) 81-93; “Le roman grec et sa survie. Reflets d'histoire culturelle,” CEA 3 (1974) 73-84; “Aspects of the Greek Novel,” G&R 23 (1976) 118-31; “Novels and Novelties, or Mysteriouser and Mysteriouser,” in The Mediterranean World. Papers Presented in Honour of Gilbert Bagnani (Peterborough, Ontario: Trent University Press, 1976) 78-100; Erotica Antiqua. Acta of the International Conference on the Ancient Novel (ed.) (Bangor: University College of North Wales, 1977). REVS: Koinonia II 1978 352-353 Pignani;  “Une nouvelle édition de Chariton,” REG 95 (1982) 157-73; “Theme, Structure and Narrative in Chariton,” YCS 27 (1982) 1-27; “Travaux récents sur Dion de Pruse,” REG 96 (1983) 286-92; Collected Ancient Greek Novels, (ed.) (Berkeley: California University Press, 1989). REVS: Phoenix XLIV 1990 383-385 Mason | AC LX 1991 366 D. Donnet | CW LXXXIV 1990-1991 250-251 Romm | SCent IX 1992 119-120 Pervo | Mnemosyne 46 1993 111-117 M. Zimmermann De Graaf; The Form of Greek Romance (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991). REVS: CJ LXXXVII 1991-1992 178-181 Hunter | BMCRev III 1992 159-161 Farrell | CR XLII 1992 328-330 Anderson | AJP CXIII 1992 644-648 Bartsch | REG CV 1992 628-630 A. Billault | CW 86 1992-1993 357-358 J. Romm | Phoenix 47 1993 269-270 G. Schmeling | MH 50 1993 248-249 J. J. Aubert | SPFB 42 1993 N° 38 223-227 D. Bartonková | Gnomon 65 (8) 1993 716-718 N. Holzberg | AC 62 1993 297-298 D. Donnet | Gymnasium 101 (4) 1994 369-370 F. M. Fröhlke | Athenaeum 82 1994 266-268 N. Marini | EMC 38 1994 404-407 A. Archibald | Sileno 20 1994 447-449 D. Crismani | RPh 66 (1) 1992 150 C. Jouanno. | Habis 23 1992 379-382 Máximo Brioso Sánchez | Sileno 1994 20 (1-2): 447-449 Daria Crismani; “L'autobiographie à l'époque de la Seconde Sophistique: quelques conclusions,” in L'invention de l'autobiographie: d'Hésiode à Augustin: actes du deuxième colloque de l'Équipe de recherche sur l'hellénisme post-classique (Paris, École normale supérieure, 14-16 juin 1990), ed. Marie-Françoise Baslez, Philippe Hoffmann & Laurent Pernot (Paris: Presses de l'École normale supérieure, 1993) 279-284; “Achilles Tatius and Ego-Narrative,” in Greek Fiction: The Greek Novel in Context, ed. John R. Morgan & Richard Stoneman (London: Routledge, 1994) 80-96; “Muthos ou logos: Longus's Lesbian Pastorals,” in The Search for the Ancient Novel, ed. James Tatum (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994) 135-47; "Lucien et la fiction,” in Lucien de Samosate : actes du colloque international de Lyon organisé au Centre d'études romaines et gallo-romaines les 30 septembre-1ᵉʳ octobre 1993, ed. Alain Billault (Paris: de Boccard, 1994) 9-12; “Callirhoé et ses sœurs,” in Les personnages du roman grec: actes du colloque de Tours, 18-20 novembre 1999, ed. Bernard Pouderon with Christine Hunzinger et Dimitri Kasprzyk (Lyon: Maison de l'Orient méditerranéen, 2001) 21-27; Ilaria Ramelli, I romanzi antichi e il cristianesimo: contesto e contatti, preface by Reardon, Graeco-Romanae religionis electa collectio 6 (Madrid: Signifer Libros, 2001); “Mythology in Achilles Tatius and Heliodorus,” in Mitos en la literatura griega helenística e imperial, ed. Juan Antonio López Férez (Madrid: Ed. Clásicas, 2003 [impr. 2004]) 377-89; De Callirhoe narrationes amatoriae / Chariton Aphrodisiensis (ed.) Bibliotheca scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana (Munich: Saur, 2004) REVS: BMCRev 2005 (9): n.p. Stephen Trzaskoma | CR 2006 N. S. 56 (2): 325-326 Richard L. Hunter | ExClass 2006 10: 447-468 Manuel Sanz Morales | MH 2006 63 (4): 218 Orlando Poltera | AAHG 2007 60 (1-2): 73-78 Stefan Tilg | AC 2007 76: 297-298 Daniel Donnet | Gnomon 2007 79 (8): 680-683 Renata Roncali | Maia 2007 59 (1): 65-72 Carlo Martino Lucarini | AAntHung 2006 46 (4): 426-428 Zsigmond Ritoók | AncNarr 2008 6: 150-157 Giuseppe Zanetto; “Variation on a Theme: Reflections on Xenophon Ephesius,” in Ἐγκύκλιον κηπίον (Rundgärtchen): zu Poesie, Historie und Fachliteratur der Antike, ed. Markus Janka (Munich: Saur, 2004) 183-93; “The Ancient Novel at the Time of Perry,” in Authors, Authority, and Interpreters in the Ancient Novel: Essays in Honor of Gareth L. Schmeling, ed. Shannon Nora Byrne, Edmund Paul Cueva, & Jean Alvares (Eelde: Barkhuis, 2006) 227-38; “From Perry to Groningen,” in “Lectiones scrupulosae”: Essays on the Text and Interpretation of Apuleius' “Metamorphoses” in Honour of Maaike Zimmerman, ed. Wytse Keulen, Ruurd R. Nauta, Stelios Panayotakis (Eelde: Barkhuis, 2006) 1-3.

  • Sources:

    Ewen Bowie, Kathryn Chew, John Morgan, Ian Storey, Dana Sutton, James Tatum, Stephen Trzaskoma, APA Newsletter (Winter 2010); WhAm 48 (1997) 2827; DAS 8,3.

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