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Name Carol Atack
Position Director of Studies in Classics, Bye-fellow and assistant tutor, Newnham College
Affiliation Cambridge University
Research Interests

Classical Greek and Hellenistic political history, Greek political thought, Greek historiography

Pleiades IDs 1001896 (Hellas= Greek History)
Websites http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/carolatack.html
Publications

"Selected Publications:

' ''Cyrus appeared both great and good'': Xenophon and the performativity of kingship', in How To Do Things With History, D. Allen, P. Christesen and P. Millett (eds.), (Oxford University Press forthcoming).
'Plato’s Statesman and Xenophon’s Cyrus', in Plato and Xenophon, G. Danzig, D. Johnson and D. Morison (eds.), (Brill forthcoming).
'Aristotle's pambasileia and the metaphysics of monarchy', Polis, Vol: 32, Issue 2, (2015), 297-320.
'Endnotes to Michael Frede's seminar papers', in M. Frede and M. Burnyeat (2015) The Pseudo-Platonic Seventh Letter, D.J. Scott (ed.), Co-author: D.J. Scott, (Oxford University Press 2015), 99-112.
'The Greeks in Sicily', in Sicily and the Sea, R. van Beek, D. Burgersdijk et al. (eds.), (Allard Pierson Museum 2015), 39-45.
Notes on Xenophon Cyropaedia7.5.37-86 for Cyrus' Paradise , (2015), Website: http://www.cyropaedia.org.
'The discourse of kingship in classical Athenian thought', Histos, Vol: 8, (2014), Website: http://research.ncl.ac.uk/histos/documents/2014A12AtackDiscourseofKingship.pdf."
from http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/carolatack.html on 6-21-17.

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