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History Seminar

Seminars start Mondays 17:15 and finish at 18:45 in Room G.21, Faculty of Classics.

 

21 January

Mamoru Ikeguchi (Kurume University)

Mediterranean Transport and Italian Agriculture in Roman Times

 

28 January

Martin Szoke (Cambridge)

Using and Abusing History: The Politics of the Past in the Age of Nerva and Trajan, 96-117AD

 

4 February

Claire Taylor (Madison- Wisconsin)

Women and the Ancient Economy: Towards a Feminist Economic History of the Ancient Greek World

 

11 February

Tom Langley (Cambridge)

Who Can Save the City? The Importance of the Polis in Late Antique Religious Polemic

 

18 February

Joe Grimwade (Cambridge)

A New Chronology of Memoria Artificiosa

 

25 February

Flo Kipps (Cambridge)

Xenophon, Democracy and Law

 

4 March

Peter Martin (Cambridge)

How History Lost its Innocence

 

11 March

Ben Kybett (Cambridge)

Themistius and Theodosius: Rhetoric and Religion in Late Antique Constantinople

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J. Paul Getty Medal

Jan 25, 2019

The Faculty is delighted to report that Mary Beard has been named as one of this year's recipients of the J. Paul Getty Medal. See weblink for further information.

University Lectureship in Classics (Ancient Philosophy)

Jan 24, 2019

Further particulars and details of how to apply for this established post are now available on line. Closing date: 6 March 2019.

150th Anniversary of the Society for Classical Studies

Jan 10, 2019

Mary Beard's public lecture at the Society for Classical Studies, at the annual meeting in San Diego on January 5th 2019, is now available to view online. See here for more details.

Oxford and Cambridge Classics Open Day - 15 March 2019

Dec 14, 2018

Register for the annual Oxford and Cambridge Open Day now.

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