Bristol Classics Research Seminar 2015-16 - 29/09/2015; 13-17/10/2015; 09-12-24/11/2015; 08-11/12/20
FECHA/DATE/DATA: 29/09/2015; 13-17/10/2015; 09-12-24/11/2015; 08-11/12/2015
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: School of Arts, Bristol University (Bristol, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Neville Morley
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All welcome, but please note that for the Blackwell lectures you need to book your (free) place in advance for each lecture
29th September: Ellen O’Gorman (Bristol) ‘Tacitus’ Spectacles’
13th October: Maria Xanthou (Bristol) ‘Eunoia in Demosthenes and Isocrates: two different approaches towards the use of emotional intelligence in 4th c. BCE politics’
27th October: Genevieve Liveley (Bristol) ‘Pygmalion’s Replicant’; Rhiannon Easterbrook (Bristol) ‘Galatea from the Inside’.
9th – 12th November: Susan Alcock (Brown) ‘Archaeology for the Common Man’ (Blackwell Bristol Lectures 2015)
9-24th November: Alessandro Launaro (Cambridge) ‘New conditions, old ambitions - the nature of the villa economy in Roman Italy, 200 BC to AD 100’
11- 8th December: Diana Spencer (Birmingham) ‘Vitruvius on History and Civilisation’
All seminars are held in Lecture Room 1, 43 Woodland Road, 15:00-17:00 except for the Blackwell Bristol Lectures which are 16:00-18:00 at the same location.