Tag Archives: James Romm

The Music of the Proper Names in Homer – A Guide to Pronunication

James Romm, Professor of Classics at Bard College, friend and board member of Reading Odyssey, provides in this podcast a guide to prononuncation in Homer. This short podcast is intended for anyone reading Homer and especially for Reading Odyssey … Continue reading

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Paul Cartledge "The Context and Meaning of the Battle of Marathon – Why We Have Been Celebrating the 2,500 Year Anniversary of the Battle of Marathon" – Marathon2500 Lecture #9

Professor Paul Cartledge, A.G. Leventis Professor Greek Culture, Cambridge University and Hellenic Parliament Global Distinguished Professor in the History and Theory of Democracy at New York University, delivered on September 21, 2011 in front of… Continue reading

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‘The most thrilling volume’

The Landmark Arrian – The Campaigns of Alexander, just received a most positive review in the Sunday New York Times Book Review. “The Landmark Arrian” the most thrilling volume in this fine series. Edited by Reading Odyssey friend, Professor James… Continue reading

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Alexander the Great Discussion Series Part 4

This is the fourth of a weekly dialogue on Alexander between historians Paul Cartledge and James Romm. Interested in more Alexander the Great? Check back here each week and/or join us for: – Arrian’s Alexander the Great – In a New Voice Free eveni… Continue reading

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Alexander the Great Discussion Series Part 2

Interested in Alexander the Great? Join us for: – Weekly dialogue between historians Paul Cartledge (PC) and James Romm (JR)See below for the second dialogue (and check back here each week). First dialogue is here. – Arrian’s Alexander the Great -… Continue reading

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Alexander the Great discussion series – part 1

Interested in Alexander the Great? Join us for: – Weekly dialogue between historians Paul Cartledge and James Romm See below for the first dialogue (and check back here each week) – Arrian’s Alexander the Great – In a New VoiceFree evening confere… Continue reading

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