6th Form Classics Day 2015, Wednesday 11th February

Please find below the programme for this year’s EMACT 6th Form Classics Conference to be held at the University of Nottingham on Wednesday 11th February 2015. The cost is still only £5 per pupil (to include tea, coffee and biscuits!), staff are free; application forms and further details can be obtained by emailing n.pollock@lesgrammar.org.

 

EMACT VI Form Conference

Wednesday February 11th 2015, University of Nottingham

 

10.30am            Lecture Homer’s Odyssey Dr Oliver Thomas, University of Nottingham

11.30am            Tea/Coffee – Fraser Noble Hall

12.00pm           Lecture Virgil’s Aeneid Dr Matthew Robinson, Balliol College, University of Oxford

12.50pm            Lunch

2.00pm              First Seminar Session: see below

2.55pm              Second Seminar Session: see below

3.45pm              Finish

Seminars

1                   Homer – Iliad 22 Dr Oliver Thomas, University of Nottingham

                         This seminar will be relevant to students of Greek and Classical Civilisation.

2                   Virgil – Aeneid Dr Matthew Robinson, Balliol College, University of Oxford

                         This seminar will be relevant to students of Latin and Classical Civilisation.

3                   Cicero – De Imperio and ‘Life and Times of Cicero’ Dr Ingo Gildenhard, King’s College, University of Cambridge

                          This seminar will be relevant to students of Latin and Classical Civilisation.

4                   Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus/Greek Tragedy Classical Civilisation plays Professor Judith Mossman, University of Nottingham

                          These seminars will be relevant to students of Greek and Classical Civilisation.

5                    Tacitus – Annals XV / Sallust – Bellum Catilinae Dr Simon Malloch, University of Nottingham

These seminars will be relevant to students of Latin.