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The Society is organising a number of meetings via Zoom for 2021. Further meetings, and Zoom access details, will be announced in due course.

 

Thursday 10 June, 4.15pm (AGM)

Dr Rebecca Laemmle (University of Cambridge) 

"An Apology to Homer. Plato and the Dialogues of the Dead."

 

Thursday 18 February, 4.30pm

Professor Marwan Rashed (Université Paris-Sorbonne) 

"What did Plato see on the Walls of Saïs ? Some Considerations on Plato as a Genealogist."

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