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A–Level Classical Civilization CPD Inset Day 2019

A–Level Classical Civilization CPD Inset Day
Saturday 6th July 2019

With generous financial support provided by the Classical Association, the Faculty of Classics at Cambridge will run an A-Level Classical Civilization INSET DAY on Saturday, 6 July.

The workshops are specifically designed to provide assistance in two areas of the new specifications: (i) Commentary on ancient sources (now prescribed for all components); (ii) Use of ‘secondary sources, scholars and academic works’ in support of argument.

There is a small booking fee of £5 to help cover expenses. Please book by 31 May 2019 to secure your place.
To book onto the day please fill out the necessary details - CLICK HERE.

Travel bursaries are available for participants from the state sector: please indicate on the booking form if you wish to apply.

We are also able to arrange accommodation (included in the travel bursary for participants from the state sector or at a personal cost of £50) for Friday night for those who might struggle to make it to Cambridge on Saturday morning. Please indicate on the booking form if you wish to book a room.

For queries please contact Ingo Gildenhard (ig297@cam.ac.uk) at the Faculty of Classics.


 Programme 

The World of the Hero
9.30–13.00
Iliad, Odyssey, Aeneid, with Ingo Gildenhard
10.30–10.45: coffee break
11.45–12.00: coffee break

 

13.00 – 14.00: Lunch 

 

14.00 – 14.15
Panel: Classics at Cambridge, Access & Outreach

 

Beliefs and Ideas
14.15–15.00
Either Religion (H408/31), with Hannah Willey
Or Politics of the Late Republic (H408/33), John Patterson
15.00–15.15: coffee break

 

15.15–16.00
Either Love and Relationships (H408/32), with Ingo Gildenhard
Or Democracy and the Athenians, with Rosanna Omitowoju
16.00–16.15: coffee break

 

Culture and the Arts:
16.15–17.00 
Either Theatre (H408/21), with Gabriele Rota
Or Imperial Image (H408/22), with Carrie Vout
17.00–17.15: coffee break

 

17.15–18.00
Either Invention of the Barbarian (H408/23), with Franco Basso
Or Greek Art (H408/24), with Robin Osborne

 

18.00–18.15: Conclusion

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