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Faculty of Classics

 

D: CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Seminars will take place on Tuesdays in 1.04 in the Faculty of Classics and begin at 16:30. All are welcome.

The schedule for Lent is as follows:
Jan 24  Anastasia Christophilopoulou (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge) Interdisciplinarity and the Islands’: Looking Back at 3 years of the Cambridge ‘Being an Islander’ Project

Jan 31 No Seminar Job talks are being held in the afternoon for the Faculty’s Assistant Professorship in Greek Archaeology/Greek History: the whole D Caucus community is warmly encouraged to participate.

Feb 7   Eva Mol (York) Divine metal from Early Rome, Imagination, and Anxiety for Empires without End

Feb 14 Daphne Martin (Cambridge) Subalternity at Sparta: Material Expressions of Non-elite Religious Experience

Feb 21 Sebastian Marshall (Cambridge) “Savage, yet Classic, Picturesqueness”: Visualising Greek Landscapes in Victorian Illustrated Travelogues

Feb 28 Jessica Hughes (Open University) Religion as a Chain of Memory in Pompeii (6th Century BCE to 19th Century CE) 

Mar 7   Hugo Shakeshaft (Oxford) The Axis of Change: Lifelikeness and the Art of the Viewer in Archaic and Classical Greece

Mar 14 Lambros Malafouris (Oxford) Art, Aesthetics and Material Engagement: Reflections at the Intersection of Archaeological and Anthropological Enquiry

 

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The Faculty is delighted to announce that Professor Tim Whitmarsh FBA has been elected Regius Professor of Greek from 1 April 2023. He is currently the A. G. Leventis Professor of Greek Culture in the University. Looking ahead to his new role, Professor Whitmarsh commented: ’I am thrilled and honoured to be taking up this...

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The Faculty of Classics is seeking to appoint an Assistant Professor in Classics (Ancient Greek History and/or Archaeology) from 1 September 2023. The role is open to those, at any stage in their career, with a primary research interest in Archaic/Classical/Hellenistic Greek History and/or Archaeology. We welcome...

Brian Leech Memorial Fund

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The Faculty of Classics is delighted to announce the establishment of the Brian Leech Memorial Fund. The Fund comes about thanks to a generous donation by Emma Gleave, and is made in memory of her late father, Brian Leech. Brian Leech had a long and successful career as both barrister and judge. He also greatly enjoyed classical studies – with a life-long passion for ancient Greek and Latin languages.