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Richard H. Armstrong

photograph of Richard H.  Armstrong Richard H. Armstrong (BA, University of Chicago, M. Phil., Ph.D. Yale University) is Associate Professor of Classical Studies and Fellow in the Honors College, University of Houston. His most recent book is A Compulsion for Antiquity: Freud and the Ancient World (Cornell UP, 2006). He has published extensively on the reception of ancient culture, translation studies, and the history of psychoanalysis. He is currently writing a book titled Theory and Theatricality: Classical Drama and the Culture of Early Psychoanalysis. He is coeditor with Paul Allen Miller of the Ohio State UP series, Classical Memories / Modern Identities; contributing editor, American Imago; and book review editor, Classical and Modern Literature.

Richard H Armstrong Associate Professor of Classical Studies Fellow in the Honors College Department of Modern & Classical Languages University of Houston 612 Agnes Arnold Hall Houston TX 77204-3006

richarda@central.uh.edu


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