For Further Study

Jessica Blum, Witch’s Song: morality, name-calling and poetic authority in the Argonautica
https://www.academia.edu/4787356/_Witch_s_Song_morality_name-calling_and_poetic_authority_in_the_Argonautica_

Roberto Chiappiniello, The Italian Medeas of Corrado Alvaro and Pier Paolo Pasolini: Transformation of a Myth in Twentieth-century Italy
http://www2.open.ac.uk/ClassicalStudies/GreekPlays/newvoices/Issue8/chiappiniello.pdf

John Duchi, Medea and Deconstructing the Greek Construct of Men and Gods
http://stanford.edu/~jduchi/projects/Medea%20Paper.pdf

Edith Hall, Inventing the Barbarian: Greek Self-Definition through Tragedy
https://www.academia.edu/24984053/Inventing_the_Barbarian_Greek_Self-Definition_through_Tragedy

Marianne Hopman, Revenge and Mythopoiesis in Euripides’ Medea
http://faculty.wcas.northwestern.edu/~mih961/documents/HopmanRevengeandMythopoiesis.pdf

Elly Penman, “Toil and Trouble”: Changes of Imagery to Hekate and Medea in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
https://www.academia.edu/11730220/_Toil_and_Trouble_Changes_of_Imagery_to_Hekate_and_Medea_in_Ovids_Metamorphoses

Peter Toohey, Medea’s Lovesickness: Eros and melancholia
https://www.press.umich.edu/pdf/047211302X-ch2.pdf

Turkilsen & Blasweiler, Medea, Cytissorus, Hekate, they all came from Aea: Historical and Cultic Evidence from Hellas in the Golden Fleece Myths
https://www.academia.edu/9332057/Medea_Cytissorus_Hekate_they_all_came_from_Aea

Yulia Ustinova, Jason the Shaman
https://www.academia.edu/1223186/Jason_the_Shaman

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