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Barack Obama, American Empire & Global Leadership (1 of 2)

April 17, 2009 - Robert Garland (Colgate University), Walter Nicgorski (University of Notre Dame), Charles Pazdernik (Grand Valley State University), and Kelli Rudolph (Grand Valley State University) participated in the first panel of the Hauenstein Center's conference, "Barack Obama and the Lessons of Antiquity." Dr. Garland presented the first paper, on Barack Obama and America's global leadership. Dr. Robert Garland, director of the Division of the Humanities at Colgate University and professor of the classics, received his B.A. from Manchester University (1969), M.A. from McMaster University (1973), and Ph.D. from the University College London (1981). His teaching is on Ancient history and the classics, with special emphasis on Greek religion, Greek urban development, Greek society and social values, and Athenian topography. He is author of several books, including "Daily Life of the Ancient Greeks" (1998), "The Eye of the Beholder" (1995), "Religion and the Greeks" (1994), and "The Greek Way of Life" (1990).
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