Approaches to Teaching the Dramas of Euripides
About the Author
Robin Mitchell-Boyask is associate professor and chair in the Department of Greek, Hebrew, and Roman Classics at Temple University and the editor for the American Philological Association's World Wide Web site. He has published a number of articles on Euripides and Greek tragedy and on Vergil's Aenid, as well as a study of Freud's reading of classical literature and scholarship. Currently he is finishing a monograph on the relation between the Asclepius cult and Athenian drama. He teaches mainly Greek and Latin literature and languages and courses in Temple's core undergraduate program.
"From the perspective of someone has placed the main focus on teaching during my career; I am very impressed with what Mithcell-Boyask has managed to put together in this volume. . . . I give it my wholehearted recommendation." —John Peradotto, author of Man in the Middle Voice: Name and Narration in the Odyssey and co-editor of Women in the Ancient World
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