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Beck, Hans, 1969-

LC control no.n 2009062916
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Personal name headingBeck, Hans, 1969-
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Associated countryCanada Germany
Birth date1969
Field of activityEducation, Higher History, Ancient Federal government Classical antiquities
AffiliationMcGill University
Royal Society of Canada
Universität Münster
Profession or occupationAuthors Classicists College teachers
Special noteFormerly on undifferentiated NAR n 97095048
Found inPolis und Koinon, 1997: t.p. (Hans Beck)
Die frühen römischen Historiker, c2001- : Bd. 1, t.p. (Hans Beck) Bd. 1, back cover (b. 1969; studied in Erlangen, Canterbury and Cambridge; affiliated with Univ. zu Köln since 1997)
Central Greece and the politics of power in the fourth century B.C., 2008: ECIP t.p. (Hans Beck) data view (b. Mar. 16, 1945 [sic])
McGill Univ. Dept. of History WWW site, Dec. 7, 2007: faculty (Hans Beck; John MacNaughton Prof. of Classics; Dr. phil., Erlangen; co-author, Central Greece and the politics of power; Classicist and Ancient Historian works in the fields of Classical Greece and the Roman republic. His areas of interest include Greek polis government and federalism; Roman political culture; aristocratic rule in antiquity; and ancient historiography ...)
Ethnos and Koinon, 2019: title page (Hans Beck)
Ancient history and classics, via WWW, July 15, 2019 (Hans Beck completed an undergraduate degree at the Friedrich Alexander University at Erlangen-Nuremberg (MA 1993) and University of Kent at Canterbury, and grad studies at Erlangen-Nuremberg and Cambridge University, St. Edmund's College (Dr. phil. 1996); Assistant Professor at the University of Cologne (1997); completed Habilitation in Ancient History at the University of Cologne (2003); Heisenberg Fellowship of Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft at Frankfurt University (2004); hired to the position of John MacNaughton Chair of Classics and Professor of Ancient History at McGill University in Montreal (2005); served as Director of Classical Studies at McGill University from 2007-2016; elected into the Royal Society of Canada (2018); chair in Greek History at Westfälische Wilhelms University (2018); ongoing international research collaborations include Classics and Ancient History departments in Athens, Cardiff, Sydney, Buenos Aires, the University of Pennsylvania, and the Waterloo Institute for Hellenistic Studies)
Associated languageeng