Departmental Papers (Classical Studies)

Document Type

Journal Article

Date of this Version

2001

Publication Source

Vergilius

Volume

47

Start Page

11

Last Page

28

Abstract

The turn of the century seems an opportune moment to take stock, to look back and to look forward. And like many other students of Latin literature, I have felt for a number of years that our discipline is in the midst of an important change. As a Vergilian, I reflexively think about these matters in terms of the author to whom I am most committed. But as someone with interests in the motifs and processes that shape scholarly discourse, I recognize that Vergilian terms may not be sufficient to account for the changes in which we are all involved.

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Date Posted: 12 December 2016

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