On October 26th, 2016, Stefan Bugryn left Australia for Ukraine to shoot War Mothers. On August 17th, 2017, you are invited to see the stories he brought home.
War Mothers is the story of three women: Galina, Svetlana and Yulia. The live in the Ukrainian town...
Jean Jonathan Bogais will be delivering two presentations next week at the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), which is located within the Faculty of Law at Thammasat University, Bangkok. The international seminar is entitled: "A Hotbed for Crises:...
Dr James Loxton on the Washington Post on "authoritarian inheritance" and the future for Venezuela, now beyond the point of conceding democratization in good times rather than waiting for a crisis.
David M. Pritchard, Antichthon, 50 (2016) 50-69
Sport and Democracy in Classical Athens*
This article addresses the neglected problem of elite sport in classicalAthens. Democracy may have opened up politics to every citizen, but it had no impact on sporting participation. Athenian sportsmen continued to be drawn from the elite....
David M. Pritchard, El Futuro del Pasado, nº 6, 2015, pp. 69-86
In Classical Greece, the institution of democracy in Athens allowed all its citizens to get access to politics, but athletics were only played by the elite of the society. This paper deals with the ties...
David M. Pritchard 2018 (under contract), ‘Naval matters in old comedy’, in Athenian Democracy at War. Cambridge (Cambridge University Press).
NAVAL MATTERS IN OLD COMEDY
The depiction of sailors in old comedy was mainly positive. On stage Aristophanes valued sailors as highly as hoplites. He depicted...
David M. Pritchard
Greece & Rome / Volume 61 / Issue 02 / October 2014, pp 174 - 193
DOI: 10.1017/S0017383514000072, Published online: 12 September 2014
Link to this article: http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0017383514000072
How to cite this article:
David M. Pritchard (2014). THE POSITION OF ATTIC WOMEN IN DEMOCRATIC ATHENS. Greece &...