By Contributing Writer Julian Koch Unless we are unashamed linguistic chauvinists, some, maybe most, of the works of literature we
By guest contributor Dora Gao Celestial objects and events have appeared in the historical record for a myriad of reasons,
By Contributing Writer Jeremy Glazier When John Keats first looked into George Chapman’s rendition of Homer in 1816, he stayed
By Contributing Writer Rebecca Levitan When I began studying ancient Greek art as an undergraduate student, I was initially disturbed
For those in Philadelphia on May 3rd, feel warmly welcome to attend the 2019 Lovejoy Lecture, sponsored by the JHI.