Karl Galinsky is Floyd A. Cailloux Centennial Professor of Classics and University Distinguished Teaching Professor, University of Texas at Austin, USA.
"Opens up enriching perspectives on the current correlations
between architecture and memory."
--L'Antiquite Classique--Jeanne-Marie Demarolle "L'Antiquite Classique" (1/6/2017 12:00:00 AM)
"The chapters are all of a very high standard, and therefore make significant contributions to their individual subject areas, whilst demonstrating the potential of memory studies in opening up fresh interpretive avenues in research into the ancient world."
--Journal of Roman Studies--Rebecca Usherwood "Journal of Roman Studies" (5/11/2016 12:00:00 AM)
Ancient historians have much to learn from better understanding how the memories of the artists and authors who now constitute their primary sources were shaped and shared, how and why Romans remembered, and how these processes of remembering differed from what they then chose to inscribe, and forget. At least from the time of Ennius, Rome's present was always also its past."
--Bryn Mawr Classical Review--Caroline Vout, University of Cambridge "Bryn Mawr Classical Review" (4/16/2015 12:00:00 AM)