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Warwick Classics Network receives the support of the A. G. Leventis Foundation

The A. G. Leventis Foundation is to support the work of the Warwick Classics Network and their work to further encourage the teaching of Classical Civilisation and Ancient History in schools across the UK, and especially in Warwickshire and Coventry.


The Warwick Classics Network is the umbrella for all engagement activity undertaken by Warwick linked to the teaching of Classical Civilisation and Ancient History; including teaching resources, outreach events and school visits.

The Network comprises teachers and academics dedicated to the promotion and support of Classics teaching in the West Midlands. Participants are encouraged to share ideas, experiences, and skills, to be creative in their teaching, and in turn are provided with training and advice to support them.

New publication on Augustus in JRS

New article by Alison Cooley critiquing the idea of the Augustan Principate:

Information and funding for Masters courses

On Monday 24th June 2019 1-3pm there will be an open day lunch for anybody interested in applying to do a Masters Course in Classics and Ancient History. We will explain our Taught Masters courses in Ancient Literature and Thought and Ancient Visual and Material Culture, as well as the MA by research. Please email z.l.newby@warwick to reserve a space and for further details. Those who apply by 30th June will be considered for a £750 cash bursary towards living expenses. If eligible, you should also apply to the Warwick Taught Masters Scholarship Scheme, deadline 1st July 4pm, which will make a number of fees awaards.

Wed 12 Jun 2019, 13:04 | Tags: Applying Faculty of Arts Funding Show on homepage

Response to Media Events

In the light of today’s BBC documentary about the group chat case in which a group of students were targeted with violent threats and hate speech, the Department would like to reiterate our united opposition to this unacceptable behaviour, and our deep sympathy and support for the students who were targeted by these posts. Back in February we indicated our concerns about this case in a letter to the Vice Chancellor, and we are pleased that the University’s disciplinary procedures are now the subject of an independent review. As a Department, staff and students work closely together to reaffirm the values of equality, diversity and respect; and we are jointly committed to creating a safe, supportive and inclusive environment for all.

Tue 28 May 2019, 11:29 | Tags: Faculty of Arts Show on homepage

Dr. Caroline Petit awarded the quinquennal Médaille de Chénier

In March 2019, Dr. Caroline Petit was awarded the Médaille de Chénier of the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres (Paris), for her book Galien de Pergame ou la rhétorique de la Providence. Médecine, littérature et pouvoir à Rome, Brill, 2018. This quinquennal award distinguishes a book of significance in the field of Greek language and literature.

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