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Apr 3
13:00 - 21:30
Classics and Archaeology Public Lectures Spring 2019.
PhD work in progress; Staff research highlights; Greek Play

A day showcasing work in Classics at the University of Kent, perfect for those interested in studying at the dept or getting to know its work. Short talks, lectures and a Greek play: Lysistrata!

The lectures will take place in the Templeman Library, the Greek Play in the Gulbenkian Theatre.The Greek play should be booked separately via the Gulbenkian Theatre.(13.00 -15.30) Work in Progress: PhD Research in Classics & Archaeology *Giulia Frigerio, A Cognitive Approach to Divination Procedures at the Oracle of Delphi.*Felicia Fricke; Enslavement in Curacao: Osteological, Archaeological, and Oral Historical Perspectives.*Phil Smither, Reassessing Richborough: New Interpretation of Old Excavation (1922-1938).*Sophie Chavarria, Memoria and Women in Mid-Republican Rome.*Karl Goodwin, Regaining the Displaced: Narratives in Roman Displays.(16.00-18.00) Classics Research Lectures (suitable for A-level students)*Dr Matthijs Wibier, Roman Law and the Question of Legal Pluralism in Late Antique Papyri.*Dr Laura Nissin, Making Sense(s) of Roman Neighbourhoods.*Dr Jo Stoner, Private Letters as Personal Possessions in Roman Egypt.*Dr Rosie Wyles, Greek Comedy in Context.(18:00-19:00) Reception(19.30-21.30) Greek Play Aristophanes LysistrataLectures and Reception: Templeman Library Lecture Theatre / Play: Gulbenkian Theatre

No need to book for lectures. Book for Greek play via Gulbenkian website soon.


Templeman library lecture theatre,
Templeman Library,
University of Kent,
United Kingdom


Open to All,

Free for Lectures. Greek Play prices soon via Gulbenkian website.

Contact: Luke Lavan


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