Author Archives: barbegoff

James Madison and Tiberius Gracchus on representative government

  Have a look at Benjamin Straumann’s post here: https://shar.es/1JJlxU

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Paul Cartledge sends this link:

http://theconversation.com/ancient-greeks-would-not-recognise-our-democracy-theyd-see-an-oligarchy-60277

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Revolutions and Classics

An exciting one-day workshop comprising both research papers from several disciplines and roundtables on pedagogy.  Please follow the links to register: https://lgsgreekproject.wordpress.com/2016/03/14/revolutions-and-classics/

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more from Paul…

Paul Cartledge recorded an interview with David Runciman for his Election series.  Here is the link:

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Paul Cartledge on the OUP blog

And the lot fell on… sortition in Ancient Greek democratic theory & practice

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from the OUP blog…

“This piece first appeared on the OUPblog April 14th 2016”. What do the pamphlets of the English Civil War, imperial theorists of the eighteenth century, Nazi schoolteachers, and a left-wing American artist have in common?  Correct; they all see themselves … Continue reading

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Special Issue of Classical Receptions Journal

We are delighted to announce the publication of a Special Issue of the Classical Receptions Journal, dedicated to recent work on the legacy of Greek political thought.  This issue arose from events hosted by the Legacy of Greek Political Thought … Continue reading

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