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Kenneth Kitchell
Professor
Ph.D. Loyola Univeristy of Chicago 1976

529 Herter Hall
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003

413.545.4249 office
413.545.6995 fax

kkitchel@classics.umass.edu

Research Interests
Greek and Latin pedagogy; ancient and medieval animal lore; Greek civilization, particularly the Age of Pericles.

Recent Publications
2006. With Sean Smith. A Catullus Legamus Reader. Wauconda, Ill.: Bolchazy-Carducci.

2006. Speed Kills: Augustus on Stress. In Marie Bolchazy (ed.), Classical Considerations. Useful Wisdom from Greece and Rome, pp. 102-104. Wauconda, Ill.: Bolchazy-Carducci.

2008. Promotion of the Classics in the United States: New Initiatives for a New Millenium. In Bob Lister (ed.), Meeting the Challenge. International Perspectives on the Teaching of Latin, pp. 150163. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2008. With I. Resnick. Albert the Great's Questions Concerning "On Animals". Washington D.C.: Catholic University Press of America.




 
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