STAFFAN FOGELMARK
Emeritus Professor of Greek

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Academic curriculum

Academic Degrees

Lund University, Sweden

  • B.A. 1964
  • M.A. 1968
  • PhD 1972

Academic Positions

Lund University, Sweden

  • Reader in Greek, 1972-85
  • Lecturer in Greek, 1985-96

University of Gothenburg

  • Professor of Greek, 1997-2004

International Appointments/Honorary Fellowships

  • Harvard University, USA, Fellow of The Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, D.C. (1973/74).
  • University of Edinburgh, UK, Charles Gordon Mackay Lecturer (1979).
  • Lund University, The New Society of Letters (1980).

Awards

  • The Gleerup Prize, The New Society of Letters, Lund University (1992)
  • Lund University Student Union Prize for Pedagogical Excellence (1995)
  • The ILAB Breslauer Prize for Bibliography (London, 25 May, 2018)

Research Scholarship

Swedish Council for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences (1991-93).

Public Lectures

Public lectures at universities in Great Britain and the USA.

Areas of research

  • Greek archaic epic and lyric poetry
  • Greek rhetoric
  • Hellenistic poetry
  • Renaissance Greek scholarship
  • Renaissance Greek printing
  • Medieval and Renaissance bibliopegy
  • Analytical bibliography

Publications

Books

Articles

  • “Two cases of Adynaton: Ag. 612 and Theodoridas AP. XIII.21”. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 79 (1975), 149-63.
  • “Pindaric Bibliography”. Eranos, 74 (1976), 69-102.
  • “Pindar, Nemean, 7, 50-52”, L’Antiquité Classique, 45 (1976), 121-32.
  • Review of: Jesper Svenbro, La parole et le marbre: Aux origines de la poétique grecque. Lund: Studentlitteratur, 1976]. Gnomon, 50 (1977), 113-24.
  • “A Troublesome Antithesis: Lysias 12.88”. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 83 (1979), 109-41.
  • “καὶ κείνοις: Pindar, Nemean 5.22”. [In:] Arktouros: Hellenic Studies Presented to Bernard M. W. Knox on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, ed. by Glen W. Bowersock et al., 71-80. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1979.
  • “Lysias 12.37: An Unexplained Case of κακοφωνία”. Hermes, 109 (1981), 294-300.
  • “Hobson’s Magnum Opus: Wary walking Recommended” [Review of: Anthony Hobson, Humanists and Bookbinders: The Origins and Diffusion of the Humanistic Bookbinding 1459-1559. Cambridge: CUP, 1989]. Text: Swedish Journal of Bibliography, Uppsala, 4:4 (1991), 174-205.
  • “A Correction to Adams P 1219-1221 (Pindar)” (Bibliographical Notes and Queries: Note 555), The Book Collector, 44 (1995), 112-13.
  • “A Mistaken Attribution” (Bibliographical Notes and Queries: Note 574), The Book Collector, 51 (2002) 130-31.
  • “Four Epigrams in the Greek Anthology: AP 7.365, 7, 651, 6.276 and 7.79”, Eranos 100 (2002), 23-37.
  • “To Bee or Not To Bee? Antipater AP 7.34: A Mistaken Interpretation”, Eranos 100 (2002), 128-136.
  • “The Anonymous Rome 1522 Chrysoloras: A Newly Discovered Greek Press”, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 97 (2003), 5-42.
  • “In my End is my Beginning: Verbal Echoes in Pindar’s 9th Pythian”, Studia Palaeophilologica (Festschrift Gerald M. Browne), ed. Stephen M. Bay. Champaign, IL: Stipes, 2004, 71-78.
  • “The 1515 Kallierges Pindar: A First Report”, Συγχάρματα (Syncharmata) edd. O. Strid, D. Searby & T. Hållander, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studia Graeca Upsaliensia 21 (Festschrift Kindstrand), Uppsala 2006, 37-48.
  • “Pindar, Pythian 8.95-6: An Unrecognized Problem”, Hermes 136 (2008), 383-90.
  • “Pindaros på svenska: En seriös granskning av Ingvar Björkesons översättning”, Text: Svensk Tidskrift för Bibliografi, 7:2, Uppsala (2009), 63-132.
  • “Pindaros, Olympia 13.51”, Humanitas: Festskrift till Arne Jönsson, edd. A.M.H. Nilsson, A. Damtoft Poulsen & J. Svensson, Makadam Förlag, Göteborg & Stockholm 2017, 37-51.

Encyclopedias

  • Nationalencyklopedin, Supplement 1 (2000), 584.
  • (See also Contemporary Authors, Gale Research Inc., vol. 139 [1993], 136-37.)

Contact

Preferred contact by email: staffan@fogelmark.org