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Research Events 2015 - 2016

 

Women Writing the Classics

Autumn 2015. This event brought together female writers who employed the Classical in their writing to discuss the significance of the Classical for women writers: Programme

 

Classical Reception Lunchtime Seminars

Autumn 2015. A series of seminars around Classical reception themes organised through Centre for the Reception of Greece and Rome: Programme

 

Roman Syria (Rome in Bloomsbury Seminar)

Spring 2016. Seminars looking at the archaeology of Roman Syria co-organised by Zena Kamash and Jen Baird. Programme

 

New Angles of Space in Antiquity

Spring 2016. Lunchtime seminars relating to Space: Programme

 

Ancient Philosophy: Institute of Classical Studies

Seminar series organised by Anne Sheppard: Programme

 

From Thucydides to Twitter: Towards a History of the Soundbite

22-23 April 2016: Two-day interdisciplinary conference from Centre for Oratory and Rhetoric examining the soudbite: Website

 

Women's Classical Committee: Launch Event: Women in Classics

Spring 2016: Launch Event of WCC with major RHUL input: Website

Roman Art Seminars

Royal Holloway and Institute of Classical Studies Seminars: Spring 2016

 

First Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Philosophy

Saturday 25th June 2016: Event for Postgraduates in Ancient Philosophy (AMPAPhil) starring John Dillon and Anne Sheppard and organised by RHUL students: Poster

 

Celtic and Classical Heritage in the British Historical Imagination

July 2nd, 2016: Conference organised in Oxford  on the receptions of Celtic and Classical cultures in Britain. Website

 

Reconciling Ancient and Modern Philosophies of History and Historiography

18th -19th August 2016: Senate House, London. Conference organised by a Royal Holloway post-graduate on the philsophies of history

  

 
 
 

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