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Publication Date

2-4-2020

Collection

Marston Lectures

Keywords

Marston Lectures, video

Abstract

Universal history, an attempt to cover all times and places with a written work, is often a response to attempts at world domination, to describe either what has been conquered or what remains independent. In this lecture, Dr. Ewald will discuss several ancient examples — including Greek, Roman, Jewish, and Chinese historians — which can provide modern people with insights for how and how not to attempt to write universal history.

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