Join us on a new episode of HBR Debate as we look at a TEDx presentation from Ohio State University history professor Greg Anderson and what ancient civilizations can teach us about ourselves.
Originally from the UK, Professor Anderson holds degrees from Newcastle University, University College, London, and Yale University. He is a specialist in ancient Greek history, historical thought, and critical theory.
In his research and writing, Prof. Anderson is committed to a radical historical practice, one that takes seriously the real worlds experienced by non-modern peoples, which are quite unlike our own. Humans have always lived in a “pluriverse” of many different worlds, not in a universe of just one.
Join us and find out! Tune in @2pm Eastern!
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