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The Berkeley Department of Classics is a world-renowned center for the study of Graeco-Roman antiquity. The Department offers excellent undergraduate and graduate training in ancient Greek and Latin language and literature and in many other aspects of two major cultures of ancient Mediterrranean world, including archaeology, history, epigraphy, papyrology, numismatics, palaeography, philosophy, cultural studies, gender studies, and the classical tradition. The faculty includes and has included many classicists of great distinction in scholarly publication, teaching, and service to the campus and the profession.

Ellen Oliensis
University of California
Department of Classics
7233 Dwinelle Hall #2520
Berkeley CA 94720-2520

Cover page of Biography and Bibliography of T. G. Rosenmeyer (1920-2007)

Biography and Bibliography of T. G. Rosenmeyer (1920-2007)

(2007)

This document presents the program of the April 7, 2007, memorial event for Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, including a personal and scholarly biography, as well as a complete bibliography of his publications.

Cover page of Euripides and Apatê

Euripides and Apatê

(1990)

Pages 75-87 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of Daphis in Grasmere: Wordsworth's Romantic Pastoral

Daphis in Grasmere: Wordsworth's Romantic Pastoral

(1990)

Pages 361-385 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of Ethical Anxiety and Artistic Inconsistency: the Case of Oral Epic

Ethical Anxiety and Artistic Inconsistency: the Case of Oral Epic

(1990)

Pages 225-239 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of Contest and Contradiction in Early Greek Poetry

Contest and Contradiction in Early Greek Poetry

(1990)

Pages 185-207 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of Putting Together Biblical Narrative

Putting Together Biblical Narrative

(1990)

Pages 117-129 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of Schiller's Naive and Sentimental Poetry and the Modern Idea of Pastoral

Schiller's Naive and Sentimental Poetry and the Modern Idea of Pastoral

(1990)

Pages 319-331 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of Apatê, Agôn, and Literary Self-Reflexivity in Euripides' Helen

Apatê, Agôn, and Literary Self-Reflexivity in Euripides' Helen

(1990)

Pages 1-16 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of The Example of Procris in the Ars Amatoria

The Example of Procris in the Ars Amatoria

(1990)

Pages 131-145 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).

Cover page of Euripides, Medea 1056-80, an Interpolation?

Euripides, Medea 1056-80, an Interpolation?

(1990)

Pages 89-102 of Cabinet of the Muses: essays on classical and comparative literature in honor of Thomas G. Rosenmeyer, edited by Mark Griffith and Donald J. Mastronarde (Atlanta 1990).