Re: Where to find discussion of Lefkowitz's book?
Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 13 May 1996 21:33:56 -0500
At 9:35 PM -0500 5/13/96, Mr. Timothy T. Dickens wrote:
>>Date: Mon, 13 May 1996 10:42:46 +0100
>>From: email@example.com (Ronald James Marr)
>>Subject: Where to find discussion of Lefkowitz's book?
>> I am a Ph.D. candidate (presently on leave) in Ethics at
>Boston College. I appreciated your comment to B-Greek recently,
>comparing current discussions among classicists and biblical
>scholars. Actually, I'd love to follow the thread of controversy
>regarding Afro-centrism a bit more closely and wonder if you could
>pass along the subscription address (and any special protocol) of
>the list where you found Mary Lefkowitz's book being
>Here is the URL you can find on the World Wide Web:
>>From here you simply decide which lists you want to enroll.
>PS Would you please tell me what your thoughts are regarding the
>email debate, if indeed you join that list. Anyway let me know your
>thoughts regarding matter, cause I would like to know.
Will Wagers, a sometime contributor to B-Greek, has indicated that he has
been waging battles on that list; if I recall rightly, it's called "Athena"
or some such, as Bernal's books are generally titled, "Black Athena."
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University
One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO, USA 63130
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