Wednesday 6th May, 7pm – Dr Emily Hauser ‘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 […]
Thursday 13th February, 7pm – Professor Matthew Nicholls ‘Virtual Rome: A Digital Model of the Ancient City’ Matthew has spent several years creating a large-scale digital model of ancient Rome, for use in his teaching and research at Reading and Oxford universities. He has also worked with broadcasters and computer games companies, and produced […]
Dining with the Romans Thursday 28 November, 7pm, Stationers’ Hall, London. Tickets £40 – £100 each, including light refreshments. We’re very excited to bring together a distinguished panel to discuss food in the ancient world in the stunning Stationers’ Hall. Dr Paul Roberts, Prue Leith CBE and Sally Grainger will discuss this fascinating topic, facilitated […]
Blind, broken and ravaged by years of weary exile, Oedipus comes upon the sacred grove of Colonus, the place the gods have prophesied that he will die. Realising that he has only hours to live, Oedipus seeks the protection of Theseus, King of Athens, for he knows he is about to be betrayed by those […]
The Guildford Classical Association is presenting the Latin Qvarter’s adaptation of Virgil’s classic and ever more timely story of a refugee leading his people from the east, performed in Latin and English. The Song of Arms and a Man presents Aeneas’ struggle to fulfil his destiny as founder of Rome – from his escape from […]
FREE Classics for All CPD: A Level Classical Civilisation, World of the Hero Thursday 3rd October 2019, 1:00-6:00pm Wimbledon High School (GDST), Mansel Road, Wimbledon, SW19 4AB Classics for All and Wimbledon High School would like to invite you to a FREE afternoon training session on the World of the Hero component of the Classical […]
What was Roman marriage like? Wednesday 2nd October, 6.30pm King’s College London. Tickets £16 each, including light refreshments. This year’s Friends of Classics memorial lecture will be delivered by Gregory Hutchinson, Regius Professor of Greek at the University of Oxford.
The Grand Classics Quiz Saturday 28th September, 9.30 am, King’s College London. Tickets £15 each, including light refreshments. In response to popular demand, we are delighted that Latin and Ancient Greek teacher and classicist Isabel Raphael will host an entertaining and informal classics-themed quiz at King’s College.
The Classical Association Teaching Board would like to invite teachers to a CPD day at The University of Manchester on Saturday 28th September 2019. The day will primarily focus on Latin A-level with some sessions on GCSE and on Greek. The day will include a range of optional sessions, on the teaching of language and […]
Tuesday 24th September, 7pm – Professor Esther Eidinow ‘Curses! Or How to “Nail Down” Your Enemy the Ancient Greek Way’ This talk will tell you everything you would need to know if you were an ancient Greek who wanted to curse your enemy – from the question of which gods to invoke, to the correct […]