South Africa, Greece, Rome: Classical ConfrontationsEditat de Grant Parker
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 31 Aug 2017
1. The Azanian Muse: classicism in unexpected places Grant Parker; Part I. Conceiving Empire: 2. 'Poetry in pidgin': notes on the persistence of classicism in the architecture of Johannesburg Federico Freschi; 3. Cecil John Rhodes, the classics, and imperialism John Hilton; 4. The 'Mediterranean' Cape: reconstructing an ethos Peter Merrington; Part II. Conceiving the Nation: 5. 'Copy nothing': classical ideals and Afrikaner ideologies at the Voortrekker Monument Elizabeth Rankin and Rolf Michael Schneider; 6. Greeks, Romans, and Volks-education in the Afrikaner Kinderensiklopedie Philip R. Bosman; Part III. Law, Virtue and Truth-Telling: 7. A competing discourse on empire Jonathan Allen; 8. After Cicero: legal thought from antiquity to the New Constitution Deon H. van Zyl; Part IV. Cultures of Collecting: 9. Museum space and displacement: collecting classical antiquities in South Africa Samantha Masters; 10. Antique casts for a colonial gallery: the Beit bequest of classical statuary to Cape Town Anna Tietze; 11. Cecil Rhodes as a reader of the classics: the Groote Schuur collection David Wardle; Part V. Boundary Crossers: 12. 'You are people like these Romans were!': D. D. T. Jabavu of Fort Hare Jo-Marie Claassen; 13. Benjamin Farrington and the science of the swerve John Atkinson; 14. Athens and apartheid: Mary Renault and classics in South Africa Nikolai Endres; 15. Antiquity's undertone: classical resonances in the poetry of Douglas Livingstone Kathleen M. Coleman; Part VI. After Apartheid: 16. Bacchus at Kirstenbosch: reflections of a play director Roy Sargeant; 17. The reception of the Electra myth in Yaël Farber's Molora Elke Steinmeyer; 18. Classical heritage? By the way of an afterword Grant Parker.