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Sean Gurd – Revision and Pedagogy in Isocrates

September 15, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

Classical Thought @ Concordia
Brown Bag Talks #1
‘Revision and Pedagogy in Isocrates’
Sean Gurd (Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics, Concordia University)
Tuesday, September 18 @ 12:00
Henry F. Hall Building 1220 (H-1220)

CT@C is a consortium of scholars and teachers at Concordia University with research interests in classical literature, philosophy, late antiquity, and the classical tradition. Its mission is to further teaching and scholarship on the heritage of the ancient world in all its instantiations and at all times. We welcome new members: contact sgurd@alcor.concordia.ca.

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