Galinsky, Karl

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GALINSKY, Karl

GALINSKY, Karl. American (born Germany), b. 1942. Genres: Classics. Career: Prof. of Classics, 1972-, Cailloux Centennial Prof., 1985-, and Distinguished Teaching Professor, 1999-, University of Texas at Austin (Asst. Prof. 1966-68; Assoc. Prof., 1968-72; Chmn., 1974-90). Member, Advisory Council to the Classical Sch. of the American Academy in Rome, since 1968. Member of Editorial Bd., Vergilius, 1973-, Classical Journal, 1990-98, Instr., Princeton University, N.J., 1965-66. Publications: Aeneas, Sicily and Rome, 1969, 1971; The Herakles Theme, 1972; Ovid's Metamorphoses, 1975; Classical and Modern Interactions, 1992; The Interpretation of Roman Poetry: Empiricism or Hermeneutics?, 1992; Augustan Culture, 1996. EDITOR: (with F.W. Lenz) Albii Tibulli aliorumque carminum libri tres, 1971; Perspectives of Roman Poetry, 1974. Address: 4508 Edgemont Dr., Austin, TX 78731, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]