The Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures Presents: "What Makes Books Dangerous? A Brief History of Tacitus' Germania"

Apr 7

3:30 pm

Christopher Krebs’ research interests lie in Greek and Roman Historiography, Lexicography, and the Classical Tradition. After training at both Oxford and Kiel University, Professor Krebs taught at Oxford and Harvard, before coming to Stanford. He has written over twenty articles published in professional journals, and has edited or authored several books. His most famous book, on Tacitus’ Germania, has received international attention, and has been translated into several languages, including Spanish, Italian, and Chinese. He is currently working on a commentary on Caesar’s Gallic Wars, on a Latin text of the Italian Renaissance, and on an Intellectual History of the Late Roman Republic.

 

Thursday, April 7th at 3:30 pm in the Forum Room Griffis Hall

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