"With its original approach to the texts, this book once again proves that omnia iam vulgata does not apply to the study of the person Apuleius and his works. Carefully avoiding the pitfalls of mere "trendiness" by keeping the texts themselves as their anchor, the various authors prove that modern research into colonialism and post-colonialism may indeed throw fresh light on the study of a second-century Latin author living and working at the edges of the Roman Empire." – Maaike Zimmerman, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
About the Author
Benjamin Todd Lee is Associate Professor of Classics at Oberlin College, USA.
Ellen Finkelpearl is Helen Chandler Garland Professor of Ancient Studies and Professor of Classics at Scripps College, USA.
Luca Graverini is ‘Ricercatore’ of Latin Literature in the Department of Philology at the University of Siena, Italy.