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Two Minutes with Dr Michael Scott

Dr Michael Scott, Associate Professor in the department, discusses links between his research and teaching, bringing his work to a wider audience through outreach activities and what's special about Warwick in this recent 'Two minutes with' video created by Warwick Internal Comms. Click here to watch.


OXFORD UNIVERSITY MUSEUMS AHRC COLLABORATIVE DOCTORAL PARTNERSHIP

Gold Coinage in the Roman World

Department of Classics, University of Warwick in collaboration with the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Supervisors: Professor Kevin Butcher (Warwick), Professor Christopher Howgego (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford) and Professor Mark Pollard (Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, Oxford)

Oxford University Museums AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership is delighted to announce a fully-funded studentship to commence on 1 October 2016, through a partnership between the University of Warwick, the Ashmolean Museum and the Oxford Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art. The studentship includes a full AHRC grant (fees and subsistence) and an additional contribution of up to £2,000 per year to cover the costs of undertaking research in Oxford.
The project seeks to study the metallurgy and circulation of Roman gold coinage of the first century BC to fifth century AD, in order to define its significance within Roman society and the Roman economy. It will draw on the combined expertise of Warwick and Oxford in historical metallurgy, scientific analytical techniques, and monetary history.

Clare Rowan awarded major research grant

Clare Rowan has been awarded a European Union Starting Grant for a project that will examine the role of tokens in antiquity. Learn more about the project here.


The Materiality of Mourning: an Interdisciplinary Workshop

This interdisciplinary workshop, funded by the Wellcome Trust, will bring together academic and practitioners to explore the roles played by objects and images in the processes of grief, mourning and remembrance, across both historical and contemporary societies.

The workshop will be held at the University of Warwick on Thursday 19th-Friday 20th May 2016.

Academics and practitioners across all disciplines are warmly invited to respond to the Call for Papers. Please send a title and brief abstract (up to 200 words) to Zahra.newby@warwick.ac.uk by 29th February 2016.


New vacancies at Warwick

  • PhD studentship: A third century crisis? The composition and metallurgy of Roman silver coinage, Septimius Severus to Valerian and Gallienus: includes fees and maintenance at RCUK level (EU and Home students). Deadline for applications is 25 August 2014.
  • Teaching Fellow in Roman Imperial History: 10-month fixed term from 1st Sept 2014. Deadline for applications is 12 August 2014.

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