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Lidewij van Gils obtained her PhD in 2009 with an analysis of the narrationes in Cicero's speeches. Currently, her focus is on Latin historiography and the linguistic aspects of common ground. She is assistant professor of Latin at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Irene de Jong is professor of Ancient Greek at the University of Amsterdam. She specializes in the analysis and interpretation of the forms and functions of narrative (Homer, Herodotus, and Greek narrative at large), making use of the modern theory of narratology. Publications include A narratological commentary on the Odyssey (Cambridge 2001), Homer Iliad Book XXII (Cambridge 2012), and Narratology and Classics. A Practical Guide (Oxford 2014). Caroline Kroon, Ph.D. (1995), is professor of Latin at the University of Amsterdam. She is author of the monograph Discourse Particles in Latin (Gieben/Brill, 1995), and of many articles on discourse linguistic topics. Her current research is characterized by an interdisciplinary approach crossing the border between linguistics and literary studies.
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