Alison Barclay


Faculty of Arts
Modern Languages and Classics

Faculty Member Information

Scholarly Contributions

Book Reviews

Padgett Michael, Barclay Alison. (2005)"The Centaur's Smile: The Human Animal in Early Greek Art", UTQ 74.1, ??

Journal Articles

Barclay Alison. ""Potnia Theron: Adaptation of a Near Eastern Image"", Potnia: Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age. Aegaeum 22 R. Laffineur and R. Hagg (Winter - 2001), 373-386

Presentation

Barclay Alison. "Here Be Monsters! But Where Did They Come from and Why?", Ancient Studies Student Society Lecture (Winter - 2008)
Barclay Alison. ""Influence, Inspiration or Innovation? the Importance of Contexts in the Study of Iconography"", Regionalism and Globalism in Antiquity, Classical Association of Canada West/PACN (Winter - 2007)
Barclay Alison. "Making Monsters and Deities in Early Iron Age Greece", Atlantic Classical Association annual conference (Fall - 2006)
Barclay Alison. "From Symbol to Story? The Reception of Fantastic Creatures and the Mistress of Animals in Archaic Greece", Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meetings (Winter - 2006)
Barclay Alison. "Lefkandi, Knossos and the 'Orientalizing Phenomenon'", Public Lecture for the Canadian Institute in Greece (Winter - 2002)