Tuesday, March 7, 2017  |  noon–1:15p  |  Moore Hall 155A

Translating the Classics: 
A Story of Loss and Return

 
Presenter:  Daniel Harris-McCoy, PhD

Translating the Greco-Roman “classics” is bound up in a desire to engage, in various ways, with a supposed literary and cultural golden age. This talk will consider the ancient and modern roots of this sentiment and some of its effects on how Greek and Latin texts have been translated.

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