News & events
Keep up to date with our latest news and events postings here.
The School supports a wide and varied programme of events, from lectures and seminars to film screening and workshops. They are all - unless otherwise stated - free and open to everyone who wishes to attend.
Why we need to talk about class in Classics
'Edinburgh Impact' looked at how Classics at the School is tackling a lack of diversity in the subject.
The School is delighted to announce three appointments to roles within the Classics subject area.
British Academy success for Archaeology staff
The project ‘Water in Istanbul: Rising to the Challenge?’ has been awarded Knowledge Frontiers Funding by the British Academy.
Princeton success for Classics alumnus
The School was delighted to hear that Classics alumnus Ivan Marić has been awarded a research Fellowship at Princeton University.
New journal launches
Edinburgh University Press will be publishing the Journal of Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies (JLAIBS) in 2022.
Leverhulme Research Fellowship for Classics staff
Professor Andrew Erskine, Professor of Ancient History, has been awarded a one-year Leverhulme Research Fellowship.
Book award for Classics staff
Dr Aaron Pelttari has been awarded the Ladislaus J. Bolchazy Pedagogy Book Award, 2021.
More Classics alumna success
This seems to be the time of year for good news and the School was delighted to learn of yet another success for a Classics alumna.
Classics alumna success
The School was delighted to hear that Classics PhD alumna Dr Alison John has been elected to arguably the most prestigious Postdoctoral Fellowship in the UK.
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowships
A second Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellow has been awarded connected to the Honour in Classical Greece project.
Dr Donncha O'Rourke awarded Leverhulme Research Fellowship
The School was very pleased to hear that Dr Donncha O'Rourke has been awarded a one-year Leverhulme Research Fellowship.
Academic staff promotions
The School is delighted to announce a number of academic staff promotions.
Shortlist Success for Students and Staff
The School is delighted to see students and staff nominated in the EUSA Students Awards and CAHSS Colleague Recognition Awards.
New Online MSc launches
A new online programme in Archaeology and Classics has recently been launched – MSc in Ancient Worlds.
Postgraduate Virtual Open Week, 16-20 March, 2020
If you're considering postgraduate study in History, Classics or Archaeology you can join Graduate Officers and a current postgraduate student in interactive sessions to find out more.
In August and September students from the School of History, Classics and Archaeology took part in an 11-day fieldtrip to explore the multiple pasts of Macedonia. Join them at a free event to find out their experiences and conclusions about this significant area.
300th anniversary of History at the University of Edinburgh
This academic year, 2019/20, the School of History, Classics and Archaeology is delighted to be celebrating the 300th anniversary of History at the University of Edinburgh.
Dr Ben Russell amongst Leverhulme Prize winners
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology was delighted to learn that Dr Ben Russell has been named as a winner of a 2019 Philip Leverhulme Prize.
Literacy through Latin seeks volunteers
The Literacy Through Latin scheme run by the Classics Society is seeking volunteers to work with primary school pupils.
School students win at Edinburgh Awards
A number of students from the School of History, Classics and Archaeology recently received their Edinburgh Awards at a ceremony.
Staff promotions and recognition
The School is delighted to announce recognition of its academic staff ahead of the new semester.
Jeremiah Dalziel (Doctoral) Prize for 2019
The Graduate School is delighted to announce the winners of the Jeremiah Dalziel (Doctoral) Prize for 2019.
Leverhulme Success for Classics Graduates
The School was delighted to hear of recent successes of three Classics PhD graduates.
Marathon effort for Literacy Through Latin
Two teams, one marathon - an amazing result for a worthy cause.
School wins sustainability award
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology has achieved its Bronze Sustainability Award and Adam Collier, Resources Assistant, was there to collect it.
School shines at Students Awards
All three subject areas are well represented at this year's forthcoming Student Awards – let’s celebrate their nominations!
Literacy Through Latin needs you!
Literacy Through Latin is putting together relay teams for the Edinburgh Marathon Festival to raise funds for its work. Ready to run for it?
New research group announced
A brand new research group is being launched tomorrow (28 February) – Emotionally Demanding Histories Group.
Jim Crow in BBC ‘Ancient Invisible Cities' series
Professor Jim Crow contributes to the final episode of the new BBC history series, ‘Ancient Invisible Cities’, focussing on the water supply of Byzantine Constantinople. (Published 17 September, 2018)