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The Chronicle of Higher Education is sponsoring an on-line discussion this
week about the ideas in a story on the growth of "Ancient Studies" as a new
approach to studying the classics. Proponents of this approach argue that
the "Ancient Studies" framework will invigorate study of the classics with
new ideas, disciplines, and students. But some fear that the unique role of
ancient Greece may not receive sufficient attention. The story is
available, free, at this Web address, where you may also join in the
discussion: http://chronicle.com/colloquy/98/ancient/background.htm

Scott Jaschik
Deputy Managing Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education

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