Greek And Latin Voices (thucydides)

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0120080107

Chris Pelling introduces the work of the historian Thucydides.

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Greek and Latin Voices

Series exploring the work of Thucydides.

2/4. Eugenia Kiesling, Professor of Military History at the United States Military Academy at Westpoint, explores how and why Thucydides's work on the Peloponnesian War, written in the 5th century BC, is used to interpret contemporary warfare.

Eugenia Kiesling explores how Thucydides's work is used to interpret modern warfare.

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0320080109

Paul Cartledge examines what kind of historian Thucydides was and how we should read him.

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0420080110

Chris Pelling asks why Thucydides's depiction of Greek politics should be read today.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond