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 Forthcoming events (2017-18)

Nürnberg Trials Workshop

Law, Emotion, and Politics in the Nürnberg Trials 

4 November 2017, 10:30am-6:00pm

Athlone room (102), Senate House, University of London 

See further details here 

PWiP Panel @ the ICS

Institute for Classical Studies, Postgraduate Work-in-Progress Seminar, London 10 November 2017 

Panel "Paradeigmata and Interstate Politics in Greek Oratory" 

Organized by William Coles and Giulia Maltagliati 

Further details here

Nürnberg Trials Workshop 2.0 

Nürnberg Trials Workshop 2.0: The narratives (17 February 2018, 10:30-6:00pm; Athlone room (102) Senate House, University of London) 

The second workshop will focus on the narratives in the opening statements of the four prosecutors. 

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Classical Association 2018

Classical Association, Leicester, 6-9 April 2018

COR Panel "Paradeigmata and Persuasion in Oratory across time

with papers by Giulia Maltagliati, William Coles, Lawrence Newport and a response by Christos Kremmydas. 

Further details to follow. 


Past events 

Antiphon to Autocue

From Antiphon to Autocue (25-26 April 2013)

Theatre, Rhetoric, and Education 

Cicero Away Day VII

Cicero Away Day VII (30 May 2012) 

The programme can be found here

Rhetoric and the Emotions

Professor Michel Meyer, "Rhetoric and the Emotions" (28 March 2012) 


Actio, Hypocrisis, Delivery

"Actio, Hypocrisis, Delivery" Colloquium (27 November 2010) 



Profession and Performance now available as an e-book! 

The volume, "Profesion and and Performance: Aspects of Oratory in the Greco-Roman World, which brought together papers from our inaugural event "Actio, Hypocrisis, Delivery" is now available as a free e-book. Download your own copy from Digital Humanities Library


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