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Recent Completions

Clare Barker (Essay)

A Guide to the University of Toronto's Classics Department Papyrus Collection at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

Tori Bedingfield  (Thesis)

Black Gloss Ceramics from Cerveteri: The Vigna Marini Project 2012 (QSpace)

Alison Cummings (Essay)

An Intercultural Reading of Euripedes' Medea 219-21

Lines 219-21 near the start of Medea's first speech of Euripides Medea are intriguing from an intercultural perspective. This paper considers the meaning of these lines alongside Milton Bennett's modern theory of intercultural development - the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS). By applying the DMIS to these lines, as well as to other Greek of the classical period, the paper explores the ancient Greeks' attitudes toward cultural difference.