CONSPIRACY OF FUN: BREAKING DRAMATIC ILLUSION IN ROMAN COMEDY

P. J. Conradie

Abstract


The position of the Classics in most countries of the world is precarious and this has led to much
soul-searching among classical scholars. One of the most interesting examples of this is a book
on the state of the Classics in the United States of America entitled Qassics: a discipline and
profession in crisis, edited by Phyllis Culham and Lowell Edmunds (Lanham: University Press
of America, 1989). In this book more than thirty contributors discuss a great variety of topics
e.g. the assessment of doctoral programs in Classics, computers and research in the Classics, the
problems of those teaching ancient philosophy and archaeology, and the controversial question of
discrimination against women in Classics departments.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/40-1-506

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