If you are interested in history, this CCDSpeaks event is for you! With host Nat Tracey-Miller `05, Upper School history teacher, author, and industry leader Dr. Jeremiah McCall will discuss his latest book, Rivalries that Destroyed the Roman Republic, the ever-present fascination with ancient history and Romans, and teaching at Country Day.
Rivalries is the story of how some Roman aristocrats grew so competitive in their political rivalries that they destroyed their Republic in the late second to mid-first century BCE.
The chat begins at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12 in the Upper School library. RSVPs required.
Dr. McCall also offered a limited book sale to preorder your signed hardback copy of Rivalries that Destroyed the Roman Republic. Orders were due by Friday, March 17. Books will be available for pickup at the event on April 12. If you preordered a book, please bring payment of $25 (cash or check made out to Jeremiah McCall) to the April 12 event or you can drop it off at the front desk or mail it (6905 Given Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45243) to the attention of Nat Tracey-Miller or Dr. Jeremiah McCall in advance.
Click here for more information about the book (and to read a review written by Trey Dayton `08).