About the Author

Holds the Charles O. Lee and Louise K. Lee Chair in the Western Heritage at Hillsdale College. He majored in History, the Arts and Letters at Yale University; read Litterae Humaniores at Oxford University’s Wadham College on a Rhodes Scholarship; and did his Ph.D. in ancient Greek history at Yale under the direction of Donald Kagan.

The Spartan Regime

Past Fellow Paul A. Rahe has written an authoritative and refreshingly original consideration of the government and culture of ancient Sparta and her place in Greek history For centuries, ancient Sparta has been glorified in song, fiction, and popular art. Yet the true nature of a civilization described as a combination of democracy and oligarchy by

Paul A. Rahe Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1984-1986 Fellowship Topic: Contemporary culture social development and politics of the Eastern Mediterranean. Fellowship Area: Turkey, Greece Istanbul Diary Antiquities A Relic Delicate Questions Kibris–First Impressions Republicanism and Religion–I Republicanism and Religion–II Republicanism and Religion–III