BSA Virtual Course | ‘The Homeric World’

The British School at Athens is delighted to invite UK school teachers to attend a free virtual CPD course, focussing on the OCR GCSE Classical Civilisation module ‘The Homeric World’. The […]

Stoicism and After: Philosophy and Life

Stoicism and After: Philosophy and Life A Lawyers Group event with Professor A. C. Grayling, hosted by Sir Rupert Jackson. Tuesday 27 April | 18:00 BST Back by popular demand, Professor A. […]

The Oxford Greek Play 2021, Orestes

From the folks at the OGP... The Oxford Greek Play is a major educational and outreach event for schools, particularly for students approaching GCSEs and A-levels (or equivalent). This year's […]

Oxford Greek Play

From the folks at The Oxford Greek Play... We are excited to announce that tickets for this year’s Oxford Greek Play are now available to reserve via the Oxford Playhouse […]

Greek mythology creative writing online workshop

Join Dr Amanda Potter from the Open University for an online creative writing workshop, via Zoom. We will use characters and themes from Greek mythology, and paintings from the Brighton […]

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 […]

The Guildford Classical Association May Talk

Tuesday 11th May at 7.30 pm Callum Armstrong will give an illustrated talk on 'Reconstructing the Sounds of Ancient Double Pipes', with musical examples. This will be a Zoom webinar, […]

Classics for All, Historically

Classics for All, Historically with Professor Edith Hall, hosted by Professor Paul Cartledge. Wednesday 12 May | 18:00 BST We are delighted to be joined by Professor Edith Hall who will discuss […]

Wednesday 12th May 2021, 7pm – Dr Genevieve Liveley (Bristol) 'Homer's AI'. In this talk, Professor Liveley asks: What is the legacy of Homer’s intelligent machines? Beginning with Homer’s descriptions of relatively […]