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  1. A Proletarian Classics?

    A Proletarian Classics?

    The relationship between ancient Greek and Roman culture and world communism from 1917

    This event, hosted by the University of St andrews with short panels and discussion sessions, will be held online over the weekend of Saturday 23 and Sunday 24...

  2. 'Camilla/Chloreus: Gender Fluidity and Intersexuality in Aeneid 11'

    'Camilla/Chloreus: Gender Fluidity and Intersexuality in Aeneid 11'

    Dr Tom Biggs (St andrews) - School of Classics Research Seminar Series

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email...

  3. Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES) Annual Lecture

    Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES) Annual Lecture

    'Ancient History and the Environment. The case for environmental change as a factor in historical processes' - Prof. Joseph Manning (Yale)

    This is a School of Classics event. To attend this lecture please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email selby-sympa@st-andrews.ac.uk and put...

  4. Finding Piracy in Late Antiquity (Poverty and Inequality series): Jane Sancinito (Lowell)

    Finding Piracy in Late Antiquity (Poverty and Inequality series): Jane Sancinito (Lowell)

    Centre for Late Antique Studies Seminar

    This seminar is hosted by the Centre for Late Antique Studies. Please contact Carlos Machado, carm3@st-andrews.ac.uk for the meeting link. For further...

  5. 'Theocritus and Things: The Agency of Stone' -- Dr Lilah Grace Canevaro (Edinburgh)

    'Theocritus and Things: The Agency of Stone' -- Dr Lilah Grace Canevaro (Edinburgh)

    School of Classics Research Seminar Series

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email...

  6. School of Classics Research Seminar Series -- Dr Maxine Lewis (Auckland)

    School of Classics Research Seminar Series -- Dr Maxine Lewis (Auckland)

    'Naked Catullus: sex and sexuality in illustrated receptions' (in collaboration with Christina Robertson, Aukland)

    Please note earlier, morning start time. This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics...

  7. Contrasts and Inequalities in the societies of the capitals of Byzantine Egypt:

    Contrasts and Inequalities in the societies of the capitals of Byzantine Egypt:

    the cases of Antinoopolis and Oxyrhynchos (Povery and Inequality series) Christel Freu (Rouen) Centre for Late Antique Studies Seminar

    This seminar is hosted by the Centre for Late Antique Studies. Please contact Carlos Machado, carm3@st-andrews.ac.uk for the meeting link. For further...

  8. The Tyrant and the Failure of Philia: Re-reading Plato's Tyrannical Character

    The Tyrant and the Failure of Philia: Re-reading Plato's Tyrannical Character

    Dr Margaret Hampson St andrews (Philosophy) School of Classics Research Seminar Series

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email...

  9. Plebeius Labor: Work, Profession and Poverty in the Late-Roman West (Poverty and Inequality series)

    Plebeius Labor: Work, Profession and Poverty in the Late-Roman West (Poverty and Inequality series)

    John Fabiano (Toronto) Centre for Late Antique Studies Seminar

    This seminar is hosted by the Centre for Late Antique Studies. Please contact Carlos Machado, carm3@st-andrews.ac.uk for the meeting link. For further...

  10. Dream worlds and witch-maids: the fairytale visions of Scottish women writers in the 19th and early 20th centuries
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    Dream worlds and witch-maids: the fairytale visions of Scottish women writers in the 19th and early 20th centuries

    andrew Lang Lecture 2021

    This semester's andrew Lang Lecture will be given by Dr Sarah Dunnigan of the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures at the University of...

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