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Laurence Seminar 2017

Freedom of speech, censorship and the ancient world

The 2017 Laurence seminar, Monday 29 – Wednesday 31 May 2017, is hosted by the X Caucus, who have drawn together members of the Faculty working with range of disciplinary approaches to discuss how ideas of censorship and/or freedom of speech may inform our understanding of the ancient world.

The programme is available here; all are welcome.

Please contact Fran Middleton (fcm27@cam.ac.uk) and/or Tim Whitmarsh

(tjgw100@cam.ac.uk) with any queries.

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