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Matt Interviews David Mulroy, The War Against Grammar

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Welcome to a new year of Leigh!@Lunch!

Please join Leigh!@Lunch this week as Matt interviews author of The War Against Grammar, David Mulroy. 

David Mulroy earned his Ph.D. in Classics at Stanford University. After graduating, he taught at Princeton University and, since 1973, at the University of Wisconsin.  Dr. Mulroy is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Scholars and Vice-President of the Wisconsin Association of Scholars.  In 1996, he received the Barry M. Gross Memorial Award from the National Association of Scholars for “distinguished service to the cause of academic reform” as founder and Director of the Certificate Program in the Study of Liberal Arts through Great Books at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Dr. Mulroy is the translator of Early Greek Lyric Poetry, Horace’s Odes and Epodes, and Catullus’ Poems.  His works include Politics and Great BooksThe War Against Grammar, and Alphabetic Literacy ands the Revitalization of the Liberal Arts.

We are grateful to have David Mulroy on our show and hope that you take advantage of the opportunity to hear him talk about his book, The War Against Grammar.

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