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The Mirror of Antiquity

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The Mirror of Antiquity features portraits of classical scholars that blend storytelling and academic research. Guests explore how their work on ancient Greece and Rome helps them understand the contemporary world and their own lives. Produced by Curtis Dozier with support from the Vassar College Department of Greek and Roman Studies. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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The Mirror of Antiquity features portraits of classical scholars that blend storytelling and academic research. Guests explore how their work on ancient Greece and Rome helps them understand the contemporary world and their own lives. Produced by Curtis Dozier with support from the Vassar College Department of Greek and Roman Studies. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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By Awesome_Amy - Aug 28 2018
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I'm always really excited to see that a new episode is out! Curtis does such a wonderful job of weaving a narrative line through these fascinating and wonderful interviews. I have recommended this podcast to several of my students and they have all had glowing praise after they listened (the Invention of the West episode in particular was a big hit with a student who had just returned from Turkey and was thinking through a lot of those same issues). The production value is high and the quality of ideas -- from the host and guests -- is really top notch. So glad this exists!!

The Ancients were smart after all!

By Atchi-stad - Mar 19 2018
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Thanks for the thought provoking Podcasts. It gives me a reason to bone up on my Greek.

iTunes Ratings

32 Ratings
Average Ratings
30
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1

Love this podcast!

By Awesome_Amy - Aug 28 2018
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I'm always really excited to see that a new episode is out! Curtis does such a wonderful job of weaving a narrative line through these fascinating and wonderful interviews. I have recommended this podcast to several of my students and they have all had glowing praise after they listened (the Invention of the West episode in particular was a big hit with a student who had just returned from Turkey and was thinking through a lot of those same issues). The production value is high and the quality of ideas -- from the host and guests -- is really top notch. So glad this exists!!

The Ancients were smart after all!

By Atchi-stad - Mar 19 2018
Read more
Thanks for the thought provoking Podcasts. It gives me a reason to bone up on my Greek.
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The Mirror of Antiquity

Latest release on Mar 09, 2020

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The Mirror of Antiquity features portraits of classical scholars that blend storytelling and academic research. Guests explore how their work on ancient Greece and Rome helps them understand the contemporary world and their own lives. Produced by Curtis Dozier with support from the Vassar College Department of Greek and Roman Studies. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rank #1: 3 - The Lost World - Matthew Wright

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How do you study a world that's been almost entirely lost? And when you do, what do you notice about the loss of our own cultural heritage? With Matthew Wright (University of Exeter).

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Apr 13 2018

58mins

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Rank #2: 2 - Revolution and Regret - Carolyn Dewald

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Looking back on a life of activism through the lens of Herodotus and Thucydides, with Carolyn Dewald (Bard College).

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Jan 19 2018

54mins

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Rank #3: 4 - The Invention of Europe - Nancy Bisaha

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On the origin of the idea of “Europe” and of anti-Islamic rhetoric. You may be surprised to learn which one came first.

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Jun 28 2018

1hr

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Rank #4: 5 - The Punk Lexicon - Joshua Sosin

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Loud music, 27 hours on a bike, and a crowd-sourced translation of a giant ancient dictionary

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Aug 10 2018

55mins

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Rank #5: 10 - Vassar College Seniors 2019

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What the study of antiquity means to seven seniors graduating from Vassar College with degrees in Greek and Roman Studies

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Mar 09 2020

55mins

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10 - Vassar College Seniors 2019

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What the study of antiquity means to seven seniors graduating from Vassar College with degrees in Greek and Roman Studies

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Mar 09 2020

55mins

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9 - The Ideal Life - Emily Wilson

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What if we've been doing it all wrong when we look to antiquity for inspiration?

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Sep 20 2019

41mins

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8 - An Apprenticeship for Life - Christopher Moore

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The ancient Greeks had a maxim, "Know Yourself." What does that even mean? Socrates had some ideas. With Christopher Moore (Penn State)

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Feb 11 2019

48mins

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7 - Society for Classical Studies 2018

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Conversations from the annual meeting of professional Classical scholars about what's exciting in the study of Greco-Roman antiquity

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Dec 21 2018

36mins

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6 - Vassar College Seniors 2018

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What the study of antiquity means to five seniors graduating from Vassar College with degrees in Greek and Roman Studies

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Aug 24 2018

36mins

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5 - The Punk Lexicon - Joshua Sosin

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Loud music, 27 hours on a bike, and a crowd-sourced translation of a giant ancient dictionary

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Aug 10 2018

55mins

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4 - The Invention of Europe - Nancy Bisaha

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On the origin of the idea of “Europe” and of anti-Islamic rhetoric. You may be surprised to learn which one came first.

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Jun 28 2018

1hr

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3 - The Lost World - Matthew Wright

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How do you study a world that's been almost entirely lost? And when you do, what do you notice about the loss of our own cultural heritage? With Matthew Wright (University of Exeter).

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Apr 13 2018

58mins

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2 - Revolution and Regret - Carolyn Dewald

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Looking back on a life of activism through the lens of Herodotus and Thucydides, with Carolyn Dewald (Bard College).

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Jan 19 2018

54mins

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1 - Translating the Past - Rachel Kitzinger

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What is it like to be the person who attempts to give those who don't know Ancient Greek access to Greek tragedies? A conversation with translator Rachel Kitzinger (Vassar College).

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Jan 03 2018

48mins

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2018 Mirror of Antiquity Promo

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Introducing The Mirror of Antiquity: Where we see ourselves in the study of the ancient world

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Dec 13 2017

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iTunes Ratings

32 Ratings
Average Ratings
30
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Love this podcast!

By Awesome_Amy - Aug 28 2018
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I'm always really excited to see that a new episode is out! Curtis does such a wonderful job of weaving a narrative line through these fascinating and wonderful interviews. I have recommended this podcast to several of my students and they have all had glowing praise after they listened (the Invention of the West episode in particular was a big hit with a student who had just returned from Turkey and was thinking through a lot of those same issues). The production value is high and the quality of ideas -- from the host and guests -- is really top notch. So glad this exists!!

The Ancients were smart after all!

By Atchi-stad - Mar 19 2018
Read more
Thanks for the thought provoking Podcasts. It gives me a reason to bone up on my Greek.