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Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies: Professor Cartledge

last modified Jul 27, 2020 03:51 PM
The Faculty congratulates Professor Paul Cartledge on becoming President of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies (the Hellenic Society) in June. Among his predecessors are Professor Easterling, Professor Osborne, and Professor Schofield.

The Society (founded in 1879) helps to maintain the Hellenic and Roman
Library
 in conjunction with the Roman Society and the Institute of Classical Studies. It publishes the Journal of Hellenic Studies and ARGO. It holds an annual lecture series in London, as well as occasional conferences, receptions and other meetings, and hosts lectures around the UK in collaboration with local CA branches. It also makes grants of various kinds to schools, universities and other institutions, undergraduates, graduate students and young researchers.

The Society is very keen to enlarge and diversify its membership, especially among undergraduates, graduates, postdocs and early career researchers and teachers, so please don't hesitate to contact either  or
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