‘Trouble in the Tehran Multiplex: Iranian Perceptions of the Heroic in the 300 Film Franchise’

‘Trouble in the Tehran Multiplex: Iranian Perceptions of the Heroic in the 300 Film Franchise’

The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association, in collaboration with the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology, is delighted to announce the details of their Autumn Lecture. Join us to welcome Professor Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (Cardiff University) as he discusses: ‘Trouble in the Tehran Multiplex: Iranian Perceptions of the Heroic in the 300 Film Franchise’. Date: Thursday 21 […]

Edith Hall Lectures at Gresham

Edith Hall Lectures at Gresham

From Gresham…. I thought your network would be interested in a series of three lectures about science in Ancient Greece by the classicist Professor Edith Hall, who’s a visiting Professor at Gresham again this year. Hall is a superb lecturer. The lectures are first-come, first-served, but I should say that for anyone with schools links, […]

UCL Classics Play 2020: Aristophanes’ Frogs

UCL Classics Play 2020: Aristophanes’ Frogs

12th-14th February 2020 Idealistic thoughts of good peace terms? General critiques of political policy? Citizens rejecting the leadership to whom it now follows? Nearly 2,500 years later and still the political themes present in Aristophanes’ Frogs are of great pertinence to us today. Yet, with our millennial majority rapidly transforming society, is the ‘new’ directing […]