Julia Hejduk on 50 Years of the "Harvard School"

Julia Hejduk, Classical World

The first issue of Classical World's 111th volume takes a wide-ranging look at the 50th anniversary of the so-called "Harvard School" of Vergilian interpretation. Guest editor Julia Hejduk of Baylor University joins us to talk about the importance of the 22 essays by eminent scholars to Classicists and the academic community at large.

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