By Ward W. Briggs,Ward W. Jr. Briggs
While eu scholarship within the Classics has a protracted and tested culture, little or no has been written at the historical past of classical scholarship in North the US. by way of offering profiles of a few six hundred North American Classicists, this reference ebook provides a kick off point for outlining the heritage of Classical scholarship in Canada and the USA. integrated are these Classicists who made major contributions to the sector and those that are consultant figures.
The humans profiled have been both born within the usa or Canada, or have been born in different nations yet had careers in North the US. They have been both founding fathers of the career, students recognized extra for his or her really good contributions, or contributors of smaller or distant associations who accomplished at the very least local contrast for his or her paintings. the 1st a part of every one access presents uncomplicated biographical details. a story precis of the person's profession follows, and every profile closes with a quick bibliography. The entries are prepared in alphabetical order and have been written through specialist contributors.
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