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The Library provides a binding service for essays and dissertations using Unibind steel-spined covers with a permanent glue binding. [From Easter 2014 this service is only provided to Members of the Faculty of Classics and not to other departments.] The cost is £1.25 per item. Items of 10 to 80 pages in length can be bound. Binding usually takes less than one hour. It is only possible to bind two items at a time, so please allow sufficient time before course deadlines, when this service will be in high demand. Please ask at the Issue Desk for further details. 

The binding is suitable for Part II Undergraduate dissertations, and MPhil theses.

Computing Services offer a wider variety of printing, audiovisual and media services. These include other types of binding.

 

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James Warren begins his term as Chair of the Faculty Board

12 January 2022

James Warren, Professor of Ancient Philosophy and Fellow of Corpus Christi College took over as Chair of the Faculty Board on 1 January 2022.

New Year's Honours 2022: James Diggle CBE

1 January 2022

The Faculty is delighted to report that Emeritus Professor James Diggle has been awarded a CBE for his services to Classical Scholarship in the 2022 New Year's Honours List. James was Professor of Greek and Latin from 1995 until he retired in 2011 and is a Fellow of the British Academy as well as Life Fellow at Queens'...

University Assistant Professorships in Classics

3 December 2021

The Faculty of Classics is seeking to appoint three University Assistant Professorships. Applications are invited from those whose research falls into the areas of Greek and Roman philosophy, Greek and Roman history, Greek art and archaeology, and Greek literature. For further details please see the HR Division website ...

Aldborough Roman Town

24 November 2021

Watch a new film about Aldborough Roman Town , exploring its archaeological story. Created by Dr Rose Ferraby, it celebrates new understandings of the site from the Aldborough Roman Town Project .