For Further Study

Alberto Bernabe, Metamorphosis metamorphoseos: Dionysos and the Daughters of Minyas
https://www.academia.edu/12625215/_Metamorphosis_metamorphoseos._Dionysos_and_the_Daughters_of_Minyas_in_F._Citti_L._Pasetti_D._Pellacani_a_cura_di_Metamorfosi_tra_scienza_e_letteratura_Firenze_Olschki_2014_2015_1-13

Alberto Bernabe and Stephanie Wyler, An Augustan trend towards Dionysos : around the ‘Auditorium of Mecenas’
https://www.academia.edu/4979106/An_Augustan_trend_towards_Dionysos_around_the_Auditorium_of_Mecenas_

Anton Bierl, Dionysοs’ Epiphany in Performance: The God of Ecstatic Cry, Noise, Song, Music, and Choral Dance
https://www.academia.edu/5399525/_Dionys%CE%BFs_Epiphany_in_Performance._The_God_of_Ecstatic_Cry_Noise_Song_Music_and_Choral_Dance_in_Electra_2_Dionysus_Myth_Cult_Ritual_2012_1_12

Anton Bierl, Dionysos in Old Comedy. Staging of Experiments on Myth and Cult
https://www.academia.edu/5398946/_Dionysos_in_Old_Comedy._Staging_of_Experiments_on_Myth_and_Cult_in_A._Bernab%C3%A9_et._al._ed._Redefining_Dionysos_Berlin_Boston_De_Gruyter_2013_366_385

Anton Bierl, Dionysus, Wine, and Tragic Poetry. A Metatheatrical Reading of P. Köln VI 242A = TrGF II F 646a
https://www.academia.edu/19702621/_Dionysus_Wine_and_Tragic_Poetry._A_Metatheatrical_Reading_of_P._K%C3%B6ln_VI_242A_TrGF_II_F_646a_in_Greek_Roman_and_Byzantine_Studies_31_1990_353_391

Anton Bierl, Maenadism as Self–Referential Chorality in Euripides’ Bacchae
https://www.academia.edu/5398868/_Maenadism_as_Self_Referential_Chorality_in_Euripides_Bacchae_

Jessica Blum, Masking Epic: Bacchic Imagery in Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica
https://camws.org/sites/default/files/meeting2016/113.MaskingEpic.pdf

Eric Csapo, The Dionysian Parade and the Poetics of Plenitude
https://www.academia.edu/4976918/THE_DIONYSIAN_PARADE_AND_THE_POETICS_OF_PLENITUDE_UCL_Housman_Lecture

Eric Csapo, Dolphins of Dionysus
https://www.academia.edu/6800099/Dolphins_of_Dionysus

Eric Csapo, Star Choruses: Eleusis, Orphism, and New Musical Imagery and Dance
https://www.academia.edu/8199757/Star_Choruses_Eleusis_Orphism_and_New_Musical_Imagery_and_Dance_in_M._Revermann_and_P._Wilson_Performance_Iconography_Reception_Studies_in_Honour_of_Oliver_Taplin_2008

Eric Csapo, Riding the Phallus for Dionysus: Iconology, Ritual and Gender-Role De/construction
https://www.academia.edu/9543563/_Riding_the_Phallus_for_Dionysus_Iconology_Ritual_and_Gender-Role_De_construction_Phoenix_51_1997_253-95_pls._1-8

Fátima Díez-Platas, From the Heart and with a Serpent: on OF 329
https://www.academia.edu/2007026/From_the_Heart_and_with_a_Serpent

Fátima Díez-Platas, The symposiast Dionysus: a god like ourselves
https://www.academia.edu/10228960/_The_symposiast_Dionysus_a_god_like_ourselves_

Alexander Dale, Dithyramb, Tragedy, and Callimachus
https://www.academia.edu/4400057/Dithyramb_Tragedy_and_Callimachus

Orgu Dalgic, The Triumph of Dionysos in Constantinople: A Late Fifth-Century Mosaic in Contex
https://www.academia.edu/21703562/_The_Triumph_of_Dionysos_in_Constantinople_A_Late_Fifth-Century_Mosaic_in_Context_Dumbarton_Oaks_Papers_69_2015_15-48

E.R. Dodds, The Greeks and the Irrational
https://monoskop.org/images/2/2e/Dodds_E_R_The_Greeks_and_the_Irrational_1951.pdf

Radcliffe Edmonds III, The Children of Earth and Starry Heaven: The Meaning and Function of the Formula in the ‘Orphic’ Gold Tablets
https://www.academia.edu/26186368/The_Children_of_Earth_and_Starry_Heaven_The_Meaning_and_Function_of_the_Formula_in_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets

Radcliffe Edmonds III, A Curious Concoction: Tradition and Innovation in Olympiodorus’ “Orphic” Creation of Mankind
https://www.academia.edu/1529320/A_Curious_Concoction_Tradition_and_Innovation_in_Olympiodorus_Orphic_Creation_of_Mankind

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Dionysos in Egypt? Epaphian Dionysos in the Orphic Hymns
http://repository.brynmawr.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1100&context=classics_pubs

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Recycling Laertes’ Shroud: More on Orphism and Original Sin
http://chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/1297

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Tearing Apart the Zagreus Myth: A Few Disparaging Remarks on Orphism and Original Sin
https://www.academia.edu/26186374/Tearing_Apart_the_Zagreus_Myth_A_Few_Disparaging_Remarks_on_Orphism_and_Original_Sin

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Who are you? Mythic Narrative and Identity in the ‘Orphic’ Gold Tablets
https://www.academia.edu/26186369/Who_are_you_Mythic_Narrative_and_Identity_in_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Who in Hell is Heracles? Dionysos’ Disastrous Disguise in Aristophanes’ Frogs
https://www.academia.edu/26186347/Who_in_Hell_is_Heracles_Dionysos_Disastrous_Disguise_in_Aristophanes_Frogs

Christopher Faraone, Gender Differentiation and Role Models in the Worship of Dionysos: The Thracian and Thessalian Pattern
https://www.academia.edu/7481356/Gender_Differentiation_and_Role_Models_in_the_Worship_of_Dionysos_The_Thracian_and_Thessalian_Pattern

John Garthwaite, The Keres of the Athenian Anthesteria and Near Eastern Counterparts
http://www.otago.ac.nz/classics/scholia/Scholia19%282010%29.pdf

Stella Georgoudi, Sacrificing to Dionysos : Regular and Particular Rituals
https://www.academia.edu/5764488/_Sacrificing_to_Dionysos_Regular_and_Particular_Rituals_dans_A_Different_God_Dionysos_and_Ancient_Polytheisme_Renate_Schlesier_%C3%A9d._De_Gruyter_Berlin_2011_p._47-60

Christopher L. Gipson, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: Polyphemus’ Dionysian Exclusion in Euripides’ Cyclops
https://camws.org/sites/default/files/meeting2016/320.DionysianExclusionofPolyphemus.pdf

D. K. Hill, Bacchic Erotes of Tarentum
http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/hesperia/146970.pdf

Jack Hunter, Music and Altered States of Consciousness in Shamanism and Spirit Possession: An Overview of the Literature
https://www.academia.edu/13977651/Music_and_Altered_States_of_Consciousness_in_Shamanism_and_Spirit_Possession_An_Overview_of_the_Literature

Jordan Iliev, Oracles of Dionysos in Ancient Thrace
https://www.academia.edu/6831549/Oracles_of_Dionysos_in_Ancient_Thrace

Mario Iozzo, A Magnagraecian Lekythos and the Cult of Dionysus in Kroton
https://www.academia.edu/9633734/_A_Magnagraecian_Lekythos_and_the_Cult_of_Dionysus_in_Kroton_in_P._Valavanis_E._Manakidou_eds._Egraphsen_kai_Epoiesen._Essays_on_Greek_Pottery_and_Iconography_in_Honour_of_prof._M._Tiverios_Thessaloniki_2014_pp._207-224

Eurydice Kefalidou, The Iconography of Madness in Attic Vase Painting
https://www.academia.edu/16462979/The_Iconography_of_Madness_in_Attic_Vase_Painting_in_J._Oakley_and_O._Palagia_eds_Athenian_Potters_and_Painters_II_Athens_2009_

George Latura, Dionysos: The Mysteries Made Visible
https://www.academia.edu/1536175/Dionysos_The_Mysteries_Made_Visible

Fiachra Mac Góráin, The Mixed Blessings of Bacchus in Virgil’s Georgics
http://dictynna.revues.org/1069

Fiachra Mac Góráin, Virgil’s Bacchus and the Roman Republic
https://www.academia.edu/5685254/Virgils_Bacchus_and_the_Roman_Republic

Dimitrios Paleothodoros, Dionysiac Imagery in Archaic Etruria
https://www.academia.edu/1125069/Dionysiac_Imagery_in_Archaic_Etruria

Dimitrios Paleothodoros, Dionysiac Imagery on Attic Red-Figured Vases found in Italy
https://www.academia.edu/24302650/Dionysiac_Imagery_on_Attic_Red-Figured_Vases_found_in_Italy

Dimitrios Paleothodoros, Dionysos and the Tyrrhenian Pirates
https://www.academia.edu/2501438/Dionysos_and_the_Tyrrhenian_Pirates

Ileana Pascalau, Ecstasy and Possession: The Attraction of Women to the Cult of Dionysus
https://www.academia.edu/9268833/Ecstasy_and_Possession_The_Attraction_of_Women_to_the_Cult_of_Dionysus

Simon Perris, Bacchant Women
https://www.academia.edu/16277322/Bacchant_Women_in_K._Demetriou_and_R._Lauriola_eds_Brill_s_Companion_to_the_Reception_of_Euripides_Leiden_Brill_2015_507_48

Sandra Peterson, An account of the Dionysiac presence in Indian art and culture
https://www.academia.edu/1503231/An_account_of_the_Dionysiac_presence_in_Indian_art_and_culture

Matthias Riedl, The Containment of Dionysos: Religion and Politics in the Bacchanalia Affair of 186 BCE
https://www.academia.edu/3857570/The_Containment_of_Dionysos_Religion_and_Politics_in_the_Bacchanalia_Affair_of_186_BCE

Wayne L. Rupp, Shape of the Beast: The Theriomorphic and Therianthropic Deities and Demons of Ancient Italy
http://diginole.lib.fsu.edu/islandora/object/fsu:176404/datastream/PDF/view

Ian Rutherford, Dithyrambus, Thriambos, Triumphus: Dionysiac Discourse at Rome
https://www.academia.edu/23488287/_Dithyrambus_Thriambos_Triumphus_Dionysiac_Discourse_at_Rome_in_The_Dithyramb_in_Context_eds._B.Kowalzig_and_P._Wilson_Oxford_2013_409-423_Proof_

George Sampatakakis, The Reception of Euripides’ Bacchae
https://www.academia.edu/5408593/THE_RECEPTION_OF_EURIPIDES_THE_BACCHAE_PH.D._THESIS_UNIVERSITY_OF_LONDON_LONDON_2005

Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal, Iacchus in Plutarch
https://www.academia.edu/9851020/2012._Iacchus_in_Plutarch_in_L._R._Lanzillota_I._Mu%C3%B1oz_eds._Plutarch_in_the_Religious_and_Phisophical_Discourse_of_Late_Antiquity_Leiden-Boston_2012_Brill_ISBN_978-90-04-23685-1_pp._304_pp._125-135_

Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal, Τhe Meaning of βάκχος and βακχεύειν in Orphism
https://www.academia.edu/9850973/2009._%CE%A4he_Meaning_of_%CE%B2%CE%AC%CE%BA%CF%87%CE%BF%CF%82_and_%CE%B2%CE%B1%CE%BA%CF%87%CE%B5%CF%8D%CE%B5%CE%B9%CE%BD_in_Orphism_in_P._A._Johnston_-_G._Casadio_eds_Mystic_Cults_in_Magna_Graecia_Austin_2009_University_of_Texas_Press_ISBN_978-0-292-71902-6_pp._372_pp._46-60_

Marianna Scapini, Whipping in myth, ritual and magic practices: a case of convergence
https://www.academia.edu/15575912/_Whipping_in_myth_ritual_and_magic_practices_a_case_of_convergence_in_Emilio_Su%C3%A1rez_Miriam_Blanco_Eleni_Chronopoulou_eds._Los_papiros_m%C3%A1gicos_griegos_entre_lo_sublime_y_lo_cotidiano_Madrid_2015_

Charles Segal, Antigone: Death and Love, Hades and Dionysus
http://web.alfredstate.edu/library/Antigone/Antigone.Death%20and%20Love.pdf

Megan Michele Stypinski, Reinventing the Gods: Bloomian Misprision in the Nietzschean influence on Jim Morrison
https://etd.ohiolink.edu/rws_etd/document/get/odu1301258607/inline

Stian Sundell Torjussen, Dionysos in the underworld: An interpretation of the Toledo krater
https://www.academia.edu/3773000/Dionysos_in_the_underworld._An_interpretation_of_the_Toledo_krater

Michael Turner, Sir William Hamilton and Dionysos: Modern Context, Ancient Meaning
https://www.academia.edu/5828455/Sir_William_Hamilton_and_Dionysos_Modern_Context_Ancient_Meaning_Festschrift_in_Honour_of_J._Richard_Green_Mediterranean_Archaeology_17_2004_93-103

Michael Turner, The Woman in White: Dionysos and the dance of death
https://www.academia.edu/5742435/The_Woman_in_White_Dionysos_and_the_dance_of_death_Mediterranean_Archaeology_16_2003_137-148

Fred Woudhuizen, Dionysos and his Cult in Etruscan Texts
https://www.academia.edu/7192473/Dionysos_and_his_Cult_in_Etruscan_Texts

Jonathan David York, Flesh and Consciousness: Georges Bataille and the Dionysian
http://www.jcrt.org/archives/04.3/york.pdf