Nebraska Authors

George Miller Calhoun

Born 1886-01-29 Lincoln, NE (USA)

Died 1942-06-16
Alameda, CA (USA)

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Chicago, IL
Tampa City, FL
Oakland, CA
Berkeley, CA
Alameda, CA

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Politics; Economics; Ancient Greece; History, Law

Education

Undergraduate Studies, John B. Stetson University, DeLand, FL
Bachelor of Arts Degree, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Ph.D., University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Occupation

Professor of Greek, University of California
Press Manager, Berkeley Press

Places Worked

University of California
University of California Berkeley Press

Bibliography

Athenian Clubs in Politics and Litigation. 1913.
The Ancient Greeks and the Evolution of Standards in Business. 1926.
The Business Life of Ancient Athens. 1926.
The Growth of Criminal Law in Ancient Greece. 1927.
A Working Bibliography of Greek Law. with Catherine Delamore, 1927.

Contributor to several scholarly periodicals and journals

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