What better way to alleviate the shoulder wearying stresses of a Thursday than a lively debate? This years Newell Classics… Read more Newell 2017: Holland, Grayling, & the origins of Humanism
So, it’s at the point where it’s worth my ruminating on the future and potential continuation of this blog. I… Read more On the Direction of the Blog: Introducing Book Reviews
What can we say about accents in the Roman world? We know, can see around us, that eventually Latin would diversify into the modern Romance languages. Are we then to imagine senators from Gaul twirling their moustachios and swapping out hon hon hon for Plautus’ hae hae hae?
‘Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners, and if you kick ’em all out, you’ll have nothing else to watch… Read more Pindar Vs Meryl Streep
I recently came across two intriguing posts within the space of a few hours. One on Eidolon by Eric Adler on classicism and the classics, and another by Edith Hall in response to a recent publication. Hence the title.