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FESTSCHRIFT CELEBRATING JAMES M. MAY

(PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE CAMWS: LADISLAUS J. BOLCHAZY PEDAGOGY BOOK AWARD)
James M. May of St. Olaf College served as CAMWS President in 1998-1999 and as CAMWS Orator 2002-2017.

Ab omni parte beatus
Classical Essays in Honor of James M. May
ed. Anne H. Groton
xi + 374 pp., 2 illustrations (2017) 6” x 9” Hardbound, ISBN 9780-86516-843-5

That the influence and interests of Classics Professor James M. May extend well beyond his chosen areas of research and publication—Cicero, classical rhetoric, and Latin pedagogy—is amply illustrated in the Festschrift his professional colleagues and former students present in his honor: eighteen essays whose subjects range from the Homeric poems of the eighth century BCE to classical allusions in present-day winner of the Man Booker Prize. Contributors include Dean M. Apel, Marquis S. Berrey, Hilary J. Bouxsein, Christopher Brunelle, Gwendolyn L. Compton-Engle, Christopher P. Craig, Jane Webb Crawford, Robert N. Gaines, Anne H. Groton, Jon Hall, John F. Miller, Rick M. Newton, Sarah A. Nix, Terry L. Papillon, Steve Reece, Jon Solomon, Jennifer S. Starkey, Matthew C. Steenberg, Ann Vasaly, Jakob Wisse.

For more information and to purchase, visit Ab omni parte beatus on the B-C website.

Featured CAMWS Member

CAMWS recognizes Alden Smith  of Baylor University as a recipient of Baylor's Cornelia Marschall Smith Professor of the Year Award. To read more, go here 


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