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David Pritchard Discusses Athenian Democracy

Associate Professor David M. Pritchard, Greek History at The University of Queensland discusses Athenian Democracy. Do all democracies end in Tyranny, as Plato contends? Was Athens a true Democracy? Anya Leonard, Co-Founder of Classical Wisdom (http://classicalwisdom.com) presents… For more information

David Pritchard Discusses Athenian Democracy

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Associate Professor David M. Pritchard, Greek History at The University of Queensland discusses Athenian Democracy. Do all democracies end in Tyranny, as Plato contends? Was Athens a true Democracy?

Anya Leonard, Co-Founder of Classical Wisdom (http://classicalwisdom.com) presents…

For more information regarding David M. Pritchard’s book, Athenian Democracy at War, please click here: http://www.cambridge.org/fr/academic/subjects/classical-studies/ancient-history/athenian-democracy-war

David M. Pritchard is Associate Professor of Greek History at the University of Queensland (Australia). He has obtained 12 fellowships in Australia, Denmark, France, the UK and the USA. He has authored Athenian Democracy at War (Cambridge University Press: 2018), Sport, Democracy and War in Classical Athens (Cambridge University Press: 2013) and Public Spending and Democracy in Classical Athens (University of Texas Press: 2015), edited War, Democracy and Culture in Classical Athens (Cambridge University Press: 2010), and co-edited Sport and Festival in the Ancient Greek World (Classical Press of Wales: 2003). Dr Pritchard speaks on radio and regularly writes for newspapers around the world.

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