Vision in Roman Love Elegy
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ∢ My first encounter with Roman elegy came as an undergraduate student. I vividly recall sitting outside on Wellesley’s gorgeous campus, reading Propertius 4.7 in Latin for the first time, on a sunny spring day. I have been hooked on elegy ever since. I start then my long list of gratitude owed with the faculty mem- ber who first introduced me to the genre, Nigel Nicholson. I further thank the many people who have helped in tangible and intangible ways to bring this book to publication: Randall Colaizzi, Carol Dougherty, Mario Erasmo, Katherine A. Geffcken, Mary Lefkowitz, and Raymond J. Starr, for the earliest nurturing of my intellectual curiosities and guidance into the field during my time as an under- graduate; the department of Classics at the University of Chicago, in particular the members of my dissertation committee Shadi Bartsch, David Wray, and D. Nicholas Rudall; my cohort of steadfast friends in Classics, Fanny Dolansky, Janet Downie, Alex Gottesman, Sheila Kurian, and Lisa Marie Mignone; my wonderful colleagues in Classics at Union College with whom I have had the honor of working, Peter Bedford, Randall Childree, Rebecca Edwards, Tommaso Gazzari, Kristen Gentile, Rebecca Futo Kennedy, Hans-Friedrich Mueller, Jeannette Sargent, Marianne Snowden, Mark Toher, and Tarik Wareh; all who read early versions of various pieces of the manuscript and offered advice, including Shadi Bartsch, Judith P. Hallett, and Gian- carlo Annese; Daniel Garrison, the editor of the Lang Classical Studies ELEGIAC EYES x series for his careful eye and generous advice;...
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