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The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association
19 March @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
News from…. The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association The BMCA would like to invite everyone to their events this year. All events take place in the Arts Building at the University of Birmingham.bmca Thursday 19 March 2020: The Presidential Lecture The President of the BMCA, Natalie Haynes, Classicist, author and broadcaster, will be talking about her latest book A Thousand Ships, a retelling of the Trojan War from the women’s perspective. This promises to be a very interesting and enjoyable talk, and is open to all students studying Classical subjects at GCSE and A level, as well as their teachers! The lecture is free and will start at 5.30pm, lasting around an hour. The BMCA will also be hosting the Annual texts and Topics Conference – more details to follow shortly! For any further information about any of our events, to register your interest in the lectures, or to book a place on the Teachers’ Day, please contact either Joanna Johnson (email@example.com) or Polly Stoker (P.Stoker@bham.ac.uk). Looking forward to seeing lots of you at our events! The BMCA