Daniel is subject librarian in Classics and German at Dartmouth. His current research interests include the history of classical scholarship, paleography, late Roman literature, and the history of the book.
Before coming to Dartmouth, he was a cataloger at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Illinois. He has his doctorate in Classics.
Course Title: From Script to Print: European Cultural Change from 1300-1600 (Fall Term 2022)
The instructor worked extremely hard on making class materials diverse and interesting. Excellent slide show presentations and video. The hands-on book materials from the Rauner collection were fascinating.
Daniel Abosso is a superb study leader, extremely knowledgeable and clearly passionate about the topics of this course. I would expect the same from any course he offered.
Course Title: From Script to Print: European Cultural Change from 1300-1600 (Fall Term 2021)
I am not in the habit of writing "rave" reviews but it is an understatement that Daniel greatly exceeded my expectations for this course. He clearly puts a lot of work into preparation--and it shows. Well done, and thanks.
Daniel impressed as more than competent in the subject matter and gave us the benefit of his scholarly background and superb preparation.