Evcyclopedias Ancient and Modern

January 22, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Mānoa Campus, History Dept. Library Sakamaki Hall A201

"That Cyclic Book is God: Reading Encyclopedias Ancient and Modern" Dr. Daniel Harris-McCoy, Wellesley College

The talk will describe what Borges, Frye, Foucault, the ancient Hawaiians, and Artemidorus can tell us about encyclopedias and the secrets they hold, with reference to Greco-Roman antiquity and, in particular, Artemidorus' encyclopedic compendium of dream-interpretations, the Oneirocritica

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LLEA, Mānoa Campus

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Robert Littman, 956-4173, littman@hawaii.edu

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