Department of Classics

The Instrumental Value of Others and Institutional Change in Fourth-centrury Athens: An Athenian Case Study

Light refreshments to precede the lecture. Everyone welcome!

Wed, November 5, 2008 | Classics Lounge (WAG 116)

4:30 PM

 Josiah Ober, Professor of Classics and Political Science at Stanford University, will be speaking on Wednesday, November 5 at 4:30 in the Classics Lounge on "The Instrumental Value of Others and Institutional Change in Fourth-century Athens: An Athenian Case Study".  Prof. Ober is well known for his work on Athenian democracy, including Mass and Elite in Democratic Athens (Princeton 1989), Political Dissent in Democratic Athens (Princeton 1998), and most recently Athenian Legacies: Essays on the Politics of Getting On Together (Princeton 2005).

Sponsored by: Department of Classics

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