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Liberating Tityrus: Freedom and Slavery in Vergil's Eclogue 1

Wednesday, September 25, 2013
12:00 AM
Classics Library, 2175 Angell Hall

Chris Eckerman, University of Oregon will be speaking.  

Chris has published some two dozen articles and book reviews on various aspects of Greek literature and society, primarily on Greek lyric poetry and ancient geography. Though his research has included Greek epigraphy and papyrology, his particular interests lie in epinician poetry, Panhellenic sanctuaries, and contemporary geographic theory. His research generally derives from interpreting Greek and Latin texts in ways that they have not been previously read, and thereafter teasing out the social, literary, and cultural repercussions of his readings. In addition to continuing to work on archaic Greek lyric, he plans to begin a book on imperial Greek epic poetry in the not too distant future.