Monthly Archives: April 2013

Teaching Classical Reception, with Judy Hallett

Originally posted on Classics Confidential:
Last week we posted an interview with Professor Judith Hallett from the University of Maryland about her work on American women scholars and the Classics. Here, in a second interview with Anastasia Bakogianni, Professor Hallett discusses…

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The project to construct a new headquarters for media giant Bloomberg has unearthed many Roman artifacts from Roman London, known then as Londinium. That so many artifacts, some 10000 including shoes, writing tablets and that rather pineapple like amulet,  was … Continue reading

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9th CulturaClá conference at Antequera

On 5-7Apr, the 9th annual conference of CulturaClá met at the Andalusian town of Antequera. Although Classics Collective was at Reading for the Classical Association conference at the time, we caught up with the conference and produced this little report, with … Continue reading

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Classical Association annual conference 2013 Reading – our full report

On 3-6Apr, the Department of Classics at the University of Reading played host to 400 delegates from over 15 countries the annual Classical Association conference. The Humanities Building is home to the Department of Classics and the Ure Museum, yet … Continue reading

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April Fool’s 2013 – Incredible Things are found

A manuscript containing the full text of The Incredible Things beyond Thule has been found. The text, written by Antonius Diogenes, was lost except of summary of the story by Photius. Sources from the Departments at the University of Exeter … Continue reading

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