Reading the Classical Past from Antiquity to the Enlightenment: Three Case Histories. Part I: Against the Odds: The Survival of Apuleius’ “Golden Ass”

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TitleReading the Classical Past from Antiquity to the Enlightenment: Three Case Histories. Part I: Against the Odds: The Survival of Apuleius’ “Golden Ass”
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PIDvideo:1097
Meeting Sequence Number2011_04_013
ASSOCIATED NAMES
American Philosophical Society Annual Meeting (2011)
speakerGaisser, Julia Haig
CONTENT DESCRIPTION
AbstractDr. Gaisser retells the story of the Golden Ass, or Metamorphosis. She describes how unlikely it is that this work of fiction in Latin survived to be told in our day.
LanguageEnglish (eng)
Subject (local) Ethnography & Linguistics
Subject (lcsh) Reception studies, History
Subject (lcsh) Hermeneutics
Subject (lcsh) Apuleius
Subject (local) APS Meeting Videos
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TypeMovingImage
GenreLecture
Formatvideorecording
Extent00:33:10
Digital Originborn digital
ORIGIN INFORMATION
Date Issued2011-04-29
PublisherAmerican Philosophical Society
Placepau
PlacePhiladelphia, PA
PARENT COLLECTION
TitleAmerican Philosophical Society Archives. Series X.
Call NumberAPS.Archives
URLhttp://www.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/APS.Archives-ead.xml
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