An Evening with Mary Beard

On Roman Emperors through a Nineteenth-Century lens. An exclusive evening with Mary Beard speaking on Roman Emperors through a Nineteenth-Century lens. She will be hosted by Classics for All’s Interim Chairman, Jimmy Mulville, who will put your questions to her at the end of the talk. This event is the first of our 2021 online fundraising talks hosted via Zoom Webinar. […]

Aristotle, a Talk by Edith Hall

Aristotle Professor Edith Hall Thursday 4 March 2021, 1pm-2pm online (or watch later) https://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/aristotle Plato’s most brilliant student and perhaps the most significant intellectual in world history, Aristotle of Stageira built on the doctrines he had studied at the Academy but also radically disagreed with them. The founder of Athens’ second great university, the Lyceum, […]

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ARLT Refresher Day 2021

The ARLT are excited to announce that the Refresher Day will be online this year on 6th March. Sign up is via https://trybooking.com/uk/events/landing?eid=16184&…. Join for lots of help, advice and collaboration on online teaching and teaching of the ancient world!

£10

The Illicit Trade in Papyrus Manuscripts from Egypt: Old and New Tales

Due to the ongoing global situation with COVID-19, the Manchester & District Branch of the Classical Association has moved all of its lectures online on the platform Zoom. All events are open live to members, and recorded for their YouTube channel. You can become a member here, also via Pay-Pal: https://bit.ly/30ppJrJ. You can also‘tip’ them at: https://ko-fi.com/manchesterca. There will be further events for members throughout the year, including a student-led and careers workshops […]

Aphrodisias: A Greek city in Roman Asia – recent excavation, new discoveries 

UNIVERSITY OF KENT CLASSICS AND ARCHAEOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURES SPRING TERM 2021  Weds 27th Jan: Prof. Eleanor Dickey (Reading) 'What did people actually do in a Roman school? Weds 3rd Feb: Prof. Martin Carver (York) Remembering the Dead in Byzantine, Islamic and Norman Sicily 3rd-13th century. Weds 24th Feb: Prof. Ruth Webb (Lille) Performance in Late […]

Dr Emily Hauser (Exeter): ‘Women in the Trojan War’.

Tuesday 23rd March 2021, 7pm –  Dr Emily Hauser (Exeter) 'Women in the Trojan War'. In this talk, Emily will return to one of the oldest stories of Greek myth – the Trojan War – and ask what happens when we look at the story from the point of view of the women. What did Helen really […]

Classics Day at the University of Kent

UNIVERSITY OF KENT CLASSICS AND ARCHAEOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURES SPRING TERM 2021  Weds 27th Jan: Prof. Eleanor Dickey (Reading) 'What did people actually do in a Roman school? Weds 3rd Feb: Prof. Martin Carver (York) Remembering the Dead in Byzantine, Islamic and Norman Sicily 3rd-13th century. Weds 24th Feb: Prof. Ruth Webb (Lille) Performance in Late […]

Politics of the Late Republic

Classics for All in collaboration with King's College, London: Politics of the Late Republic An excellent afternoon of free/online talks on Wednesday 31st March on Politics of the Late Republic. Click on the Eventbrite link below to reserve your space. Talks will be recorded and made available down the line if you can't attend. The […]

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