TOM KEELINE A window into the life of the hardest-working Classicist.
Tag: History of scholarship
Murray and Dodds and Page (oh my!): On the Pleasure and Value of Wissenschaftsgeschichte
THEODORE NASH Hellenistic Warfare in Inter-war Oxford.
Richard Porson: Scholar of a Different Class
DAVID BUTTERFIELD What is a working-class Classicist?
In praise of Frank M. Snowden, Jr: a personal tribute
LINDSAY JOHNS Celebrating the most influential Black Classicist of the 20th century.
Antigone introduces Anna Julia Cooper, Mother of Black Classical Education
ANIKA PRATHER Where heroines of Greek myth and American education overlap.
Reading Greek Literature with The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
EDWARD M. HARRIS Surveying slavery in Ancient Greece through the lens of pre-Civil-War America.
How to be a Classical scholar – and a woman – in the fifteenth century
JOSEY PARKER The remarkable story of Isotta Nogarola (1419-66)