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Faculty of Classics


Registration for the Conference is now closed.

Please find below two registration links, one for in-person attendance, and one for virtual attendance. As the Conference is hybrid, the rate is the same for both types of attendance: £48 per day, or £29 concession (students, local CA members, current teachers, and the unwaged). 

In-person attendance registration

Virtual attendance registration

Please be aware that the first stage of registration will display the fee as ‘£0.00’; this will be corrected automatically when attendance is added to the basket.

It is possible to attend in-person for part of the Conference, and virtually for the rest; however, this will require you to complete the registration questionnaire twice, creating two separate bookings.

The questionnaire includes optional questions on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. We hope you understand the importance of gathering this information and you are free to answer ‘Prefer not to say’ for all the questions. Your answers will be anonymised: for more information about how the Faculty of Classics and the University of Cambridge handle your personal information and your rights under data protection legislation, please click here.

Travel for the Conference

The University of Cambridge and the Classical Association are committed to reducing our environmental impact. We ask that, where possible, you consider using an environmentally friendly form of transport to access the Conference. Within Cambridge itself, the Sustainability team have put together this leaflet on sustainable ways to travel to the Sidgwick site.

Code of Conduct

Please download our Conference Code of Conduct here. We hope that by adhering to these policies the Conference will be a welcoming and mutually enjoyable experience for all.


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