Monthly Archives: April 2019

The Original Mentor

04/15/2019 | Written by Keely Lake, Former WAFLT President, online educator and freelance Classicist.

When we think of mentoring, we Classicists tend to think of the relationship between the disguised Athena and Telemachus in the Odyssey. This young man’s father had been gone for twenty years. He was surrounded by hostile suitors for his mother’s hand in their own home; he was unsure of how to assert himself, unsure […]

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