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Lecture list

lectureLecture timetables can be downloaded here as .pdf files.

Michaelmas 2015

Lent 2016

Easter 2016

The timetable will also be displayed on the noticeboard in the main foyer of the Faculty building. Any last-minute changes will be shown on the noticeboard and will also be updated on the website, so please check here regularly. Late changes will be marked in red on the timetable.

If you are interested in attending lectures in other Faculties and Departments then https://www.timetable.cam.ac.uk/ will give you information on all lectures that are held at the University, including the venue and time of each lecture. As a matriculated student, you are entitled to attend any lectures (but not classes or practicals) of any degree course.

Students wishing to attend lectures for a subject for which they are not registered will be permitted to do so only if there is room for them in the lecture theatre.  Please check the details published by the Faculty or Department concerned before attending such lectures as you may be required to sign up in advance.

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Cambridge Schools Video Competition

Apr 25, 2016

The shortlist for the Cambridge Ancient World Video Competition is being revealed this week (one film at a time). There has been an amazing range of entries and it has been a very hard choice. To see how the Classicists of the future have done visit one of the links below...

Professor Mary Beard awarded Bodley Medal

Apr 06, 2016

The Faculty notes with pleasure that Professor Mary Beard has been awarded the Bodley Medal at the Oxford Literary Festival on 5 April 2016.

New ERC Project: CREWS

Apr 05, 2016

The Faculty is pleased to announce that Dr Pippa Steele has been awarded a European Research Council grant (c.1.5M euros) to run the project 'Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems' (CREWS) for five years from the beginning of April.

Hiddleston on Classics

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