Latin Education and Classical Reception: the Minor Genres
- Rita Copeland
This contribution is the response piece to a larger dialogue of three articles that form the current issue of JOLCEL. The other contributions are “Controversial Topics in Literature and Education: Hrotswitha and Donatus on Terence’s Rapes” by Chrysanthi Demetriou (pp. 2–22), “The Meaning and Use of fabula in the Dialogus creaturarum
moralizatus” by Brian Møller Jensen (pp. 24–41) and “Introite, pueri! The School-Room Performance of George Buchanan’s Latin Medea in Bordeaux” by Lucy C.M.M. Jackson (pp. 43–61).
How to Cite:
Copeland, R., (2020) “Latin Education and Classical Reception: the Minor Genres”, Journal of Latin Cosmopolitanism and European Literatures 3, p.62–66. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/jolcel.vi3.16176