Dr. Josiah Ober

Profesor Tsakopoulos-Kounalakis Professor en honor de Constantine Mitsotakis y Profesor de Ciencias Políticas y Clásicas, Stanford University.

e-mail: jober@stanford.edu

Algunas publicaciones recientes

Demopolis: Democracy before Liberalism in Theory and Practice. Cambridge University Press.

The Rise and Fall of Classical Greece. Princeton University Press.

Democracy and Knowledge: Innovation and Learning in Classical Athens. Princeton University Press.

Textos para descargar

«What Did Democracy Mean to Greek Democrats?». Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 73-82.

«In Search of Democracy 4.0. Is Democracy as We Know It Destined to Die?». IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, March 2019, pp. 32-42.

«Mass and Elite Revisited», en R. Evans, ed. Mass and Elite in the Greek and Roman Worlds: From Sparta to Late Antiquity. Routledge, pp. 1-10.

«Thucydides on Athens’ democratic advantage in the Archidamian War», en D. Pritchard, ed. War, Democracy and Culture in Classical Athens. Cambridge University Press, pp. 65-87.

«Can We Learn From Ancient Athenian Democracy? Historical and Modern Perspectives», en A. Chaniotis, A. Kuhn & C. Kuhn, eds. Applied Classics: Comparisons, Constructs, Controversies. Steiner Verlag, pp. 207-230.

«After Cultural Studies: When the State Has Not Withered Away». Republics of Letters: A Journal for the Study of Knowledge, Politics, and the Arts, Vol. 1, No. 1 .

«At the Deathbed of Alexander the Great», en B. Hollinshead & T. K. Rabb, eds. I Wish I Had Been There II. New York, pp. 1-17.

“’I Besieged That Man’. Democracy’s Revolutionary Start». en K. Raaflaub, J. Ober, & R. Wallace, eds. Origins of Democracy in Ancient Greece. University of California Press, pp. 83-104.