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JH Gray lectures archive

The lectures and seminar are open to all members of the University and others who are interested.

2013: Poetry across Languages

Professor Stephen Hinds
University of Washington, Seattle.

Friday 8 November
Paratextualizing the classical tradition

Monday 11 November
Parallel lives

Wednesday 13 November
Seminar: Petrarch’s epistles to ancient authors (Fam. 24)

 

2012: Art as Institution in Early Greece and China

Dr Jeremy Tanner
Institute of Archaeology, University College London

Monday 30 April
Portraits, politics and comparisons

Wednesday 2 May
Narrative and naturalism

Thursday 3 May
Seminar: Style and the development of art theory

 

2011: The Power of Prehistory: An Aftermath of a Bronze Age Kingdom in Historical Greece

Professor Jack Davis
University of Cincinnati, Ohio

Monday 2 May

The Two Sides of Aigaleon: Towards a Social and Political History of Bronze Age Messenia in the Bronze Age

Wednesday 4 May

The Other Side of Taygetos: A Non-Spartan Perspective on the Post-Palatial History of Messenia

Thursday 5 May
Seminar: Reconstructing Iconographies of Power at the Palace of Nestor
 

 

2010: Three Studies in Apodemiology

Nicholas Purcell
St John's College, Oxford

Monday 3 May
Whose Outsiders?

Tuesday 4 May
Whose Soldiers?

Wednesday 5 May
Seminar: Whose Games?

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The Faculty of Classics is delighted to have reached an agreement with Cambridge University Press by which, for the next three years, five volumes a year in the Cambridge Classical Studies Series (monographs on Classical topics written by academics working in or recently trained in Cambridge) will be published Gold Open Access without charge to the author or the Faculty. This is a significant initiative, designed to maximise the impact of the excellent Classical research being done in Cambridge.

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