The Tragedy of Empire

@inproceedings{Kulikowski2019TheTO,
  title={The Tragedy of Empire},
  author={Michael Kulikowski},
  year={2019}
}
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Patterns of political unification and fragmentation have crucial implications for comparative economic development. Diamond (1997) famously argued that “fractured-land” was responsible for China’s
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This essay offers several reasons for reconsidering seventh-century Rome's reputation as a literary dark age. It provides close readings of several epigrams inscribed in Roman churches during and
The Fractured-Land Hypothesis
Patterns of political unification and fragmentation have crucial implications for comparative economic development. Diamond (1997) famously argued that “fractured land” was responsible for China’s
The Fractured-Land Hypothesis
Patterns of political unification and fragmentation have crucial implications for comparative economic development. Diamond (1997) famously argued that “fractured land” was responsible for China's