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Entre a religião e a política: Eurípides e a Guerra do Peloponeso (Ref: 9788555077661)

It was a great pleasure for me to meet Dr. Moerbeck, over email, in January of 2012, when 

he wrote to me about the prospect of spending time working on his dissertation research at 

Brown. We had been put in touch by a former professor of mine in Cambridge, Simon 

Goldhill, who from his correspondence with Dr. Moerbeck immediately recognized how many 

interests we shared.

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ISBN: 978-85-5507-766-1
Páginas: 234
Edição: 1ª 
Ano Publicação: 2017

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Entre a religião e a política: Eurípides e a Guerra do Peloponeso
Guilherme Moerbeck

It was a great pleasure for me to meet Dr. Moerbeck, over email, in January of 2012, when 

he wrote to me about the prospect of spending time working on his dissertation research at 

Brown. We had been put in touch by a former professor of mine in Cambridge, Simon 

Goldhill, who from his correspondence with Dr. Moerbeck immediately recognized how many 

interests we shared.
I was then delighted that Dr. Moerbeck was then able to spend three months with us at 

Brown, from November 2012 until January 2013. During that time, I profited a great deal 

from our conversations—often at the local Greek restaurant, “Andreas”—about ancient Greek 

drama, politics and religion, but also about the different traditions of classical studies 

in our two countries. The whole department was also grateful that Dr. Moerbeck shared some 

of his research with us, at a “noontime talk” in December.
It has been wonderful to see Dr. Moerbeck’s work evolve over the last five years. His 

master dissertation thesis, which formed the basis of Guerra, política e tragédia na 

Atenas Clássica (Paco Editorial - 2014), proved a fitting testament to the breadth of his 

learning and to the innovativeness of his approach. I was honored that the Department of 

Classics at Brown had played some small role in its development.
Few scholars working today have such a deep and equal command of Athenian drama and 

history on the one hand, and contemporary sociological and anthropological theory on the 

other. Departing from the work of Pierre Bourdieu, Dr. Moerbeck has reappraised the 

Athenian festival of the Great Dionysia—the festival at which every surviving ancient 

Greek tragedy would have premiered—and its entire cultural milieu. Focusing on the 

tumultuous last quarter of the fifth century BCE, Dr. Moerbeck’s work exposes just how 

deeply implicated and imbricated drama was in Athenian life, especially during the period 

of the Peloponnesian War.
His work has acquired, perhaps, an especial urgency in our own era—one which, like the 

last decades of the Athenian fifth century, is marked by uncertainty and an aggressive 

discourse of anxiety over cultural decline. This publication of his work, the product of 

many years of careful research and study, is truly an achievement to be celebrated.

Johanna Hanink
Associate Professor of Classics
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.