Spring 2016

Greco-Roman Studies in a Digital Age

Author
Gregory Crane
Abstract
What responsibility do classicists have to share their research with the general public? And how can classicists justify their existence if they isolate themselves from non-specialists? Gregory Crane considers the role of classics in modern society, and looks to the future by way of the transformative power of technology, the “extent to which the shift from print to a digital space changes how the classics can contribute to society as a whole.”
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