Events - 2020
Events for Classics which have already taken place in 2020.
This workshop is a first step towards setting up a network of solidarity and support for working-class Classicists. It is open to anyone interested in this unprotected characteristic.
Submissions are invited for the 7th Annual Conference of the Late Antique and Medieval Postgraduate Society.
The next research meeting as part of the PAIXUE project will be on 'The impersonal logic of governance: Friendship, cultural affinity, and public service in Byzantium'.
Join staff from the MSc Ancient Worlds (online) course and the Graduate Office on Tuesday 23rd February 2021 from 4:00 to 5:00 pm GMT.
If you are considering postgraduate study in Archaeology and Classics online, join our live and interactive online session for more information.
If you are considering research postgraduate study in History, Classics or Archaeology join our live and interactive online session for more information.
Join Dr Joanne Rowland (archaeology) and Dr Lucy Grig (Classics) for a live and interactive session on the online MSc in Ancient Worlds (Archaeology and Classics).
'Aesthetic properties in Greek and Roman thought’ - a free public lecture by visiting Northern Scholar dr Eric Cullhed.
The 2020 Charles Gordon Mackay Lecture will be delivered by Dr Julian Gallego, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
In addition to the 2020 Charles Gordon Mackay Lecture, Dr Julian Gallego will deliver a workshop.
Join Dr Kim Czajkowski for this session on Postgraduate Taught programmes in Classics, an excellent opportunity for you to learn more about your chosen programme and ask questions you may have.
Join Postgraduate Recruitment & Engagement Officer Dr Meha Priyadarshini in a live and interactive online session about our PGR programmes.
School of History, Classics and Archaeology students are invited to an information session around the forthcoming industrial action.
A research meeting as part of the Paixue Project will take place on 14 February with Professor Ruth Mostern (University of Pittsburgh).
In August and September of 2019 students explored the multiple pasts of Macedonia on an 11-day fieldtrip through the sites of the historic region. Join them at this free event to find out their conclusions.