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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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The Museum of Classical Archaeology invites applications for a Collections Engagement Intern

6 May 2021

The Museum of Classical Archaeology invites applications for a Collections Engagement Intern. This is a paid opportunity. Length of Internship 2.5 days per week for 12 weeks. The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 7 June 2021. Purpose of Internship The intern will help us to clean and transfer the data we hold on...

The Museum of Classical Archaeology is reopening on Tuesday 18 May

29 April 2021

We are pleased to announce that the Museum of Classical Archaeology intends to reopen to the public on Tuesday 18 May. We have missed our visitors and are excited to welcome you back as restrictions ease. Opening Hours Tuesday-Friday: 11am-2pm Saturday: 2-5pm ( university-term only ) Sunday and Monday: Closed Bank Holidays...

The Faculty invites applications for a two-year Lectureship in Classics (Greek Literature)

19 April 2021

The Faculty invites applications for a two-year Lectureship in Classics (Greek Literature) from 1st September 2021. The deadline for applications is Monday 16th May 2021 . Applications from those currently completing PhDs in any area of Greek literature, as well as from post-doctoral scholars will be welcomed. Further...

Professor Paul Cartledge receives one of Greece’s highest honours

13 April 2021

Professor Paul Cartledge, Emeritus A.G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture, received the Commander of the Order of Honour (Ταξιάρχης τῆς Τιμῆς), for his 'contribution to enhancing Greece's stature abroad'. One of the highest honours the Greek state can give, Paul received the honour from the H. E. Ambassador to London...