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  1. The Ladies at the bank: women and money at the end of the Second Punic War

    The Ladies at the bank: women and money at the end of the Second Punic War

    Kristina Milnor - Columbia

    This is a School of Classics Event. For further information please contact [email protected] If you wish to join this event on Teams, sign up to our...

  2. Museum of Dreamworlds: Silent Antiquity Films in the British National Film Archive

    Museum of Dreamworlds: Silent Antiquity Films in the British National Film Archive

    School of Classics Seminar - Maria Wyke (UCL)

    TRIGGER WARNING May contain a reference to (or a moving image of) violence, possibly sexual. This is a School of Classics Event. For further information please...

  3. New approaches to the study of imperial historiography

    New approaches to the study of imperial historiography

    Programme 1pm to 1.10pm: Introduction by Christian Thrue Djurslev (Aarhus) 1.10pm to 2.10pm: Nicolas Wiater (St Andrews) 'Rethinking 'Style'...

  4. St Andrews Climate Week

    St Andrews Climate Week

    The inaugural University of St Andrews Climate Week will run from 27-30 May 2024, with a series of events designed to highlight climate-themed research and...

  5. Violence and Social Bonds in Late Antique Egypt: Women as Victims, Perpetrators, and Adjudicators

    Violence and Social Bonds in Late Antique Egypt: Women as Victims, Perpetrators, and Adjudicators

    Anna Kelley - St Andrews

    TRIGGER WARNING Will include discussions of both domestic and sexual violence, abduction marriage and rape. This is a School of Classics Event. For further...

  6. Annual Lecture in the History of Women, Gender and Sexuality

    Annual Lecture in the History of Women, Gender and Sexuality

    Inexplicable men of genius and what to do about them: a study in predicaments and alarms in the historiography of early Christian women

    Blossom Stefaniw is Professor of Intellectual History at MF University College in Oslo where she teaches in the Religious Studies department. Her research...

  7. Quantification and the Persepolis Fortification Archive

    Quantification and the Persepolis Fortification Archive

    An exploratory workshop

    With more than 15,000 original texts, the Persepolis Fortification Archive is one of the largest surviving governmental archives from the ancient world. The...

  8. Classical Reception and pedagogy
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    Classical Reception and pedagogy

    Object-based Teaching - Classical Reception and University Collections

    These morning and afternoon workshops are the first in a planned series on 'Classical Reception and pedagogy' that will focus on the ways the reception of...