I would like to thank David Hytinen (Media Consultant) for the production of the three YouTube videos included in this exhibit. Meghan Musolff (Special Projects Librarian for LIT and Publishing) helped me navigate through the technological intricacies of Omeka, and Nancy Moussa (Web Developer) implemented many of my suggestions. My gratitude also goes to the following people who kindly lent their voices and music: 

-The Iliad. Book 1. verses 1-19 read by Professor Richard Janko (Classical Studies, University of Michigan) Text displayed: Homer. Opera. Vol 1 of 4 (1765-1758). Glasgow: Robertus & Andreas Foulis, 1756. Music: "War and Peace" by Jamie Evans, licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License

-The Iliad. Book 24, verses 578-643 read by Sarah Wingo (graduate student at SI, University of Michigan) and Emeritus Professor Ralph Williams (English, University of Michigan) from: The Iliad of Homer, Translated by Mr. Pope. Vol. 6 of 6 (1715-1720). London: Bernard Lintot, 1720. Music: "In the Electric Fields" by Dexter Britain, licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License

-Letter by Capt. William Wirt Wheeler to his former professor of Greek, James Robinson Boise, read ny Aaron McCollough (Editorial Director, University of Michigan Press). Music: "The War in my Head" by Dexter Britain, licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License 

The Scholarly and the Burlesque