New Material Musings blog article for March
Campbell Orchard discusses "Antony's Legionary Denarii" in this new blog article. Read it here.
WCN awarded WIE Collaboration and Co-production fund to develop relationship with Warwickshire Museums
The WCN are proud to announce that Dr Grigsby has secured £3000 from the WIE to undertake a project to strengthen the relationship between the Dept of Classics and Warwickshire Museum. The money will be used to develop an engagement project on the Roman coin hoards displayed at Market Hall Museum.
Taught MA in Ancient Literature and Thought; Taught MA in Ancient Visual and Material Culture at Warwick
We would like to draw your attention to the various Masters options available at the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Warwick. A virtual open day information session detailing these degrees, postgraduate life at Warwick, as well as funding options will take place on 1st December 2021, 3-4pm UK (London) time. Please feel free to sign up to a session here: https://pgopendays.warwick.ac.uk/
Information is also available at https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/applying/postgraduate/ and any questions can be directed towards Clare Rowan, Director of Graduate Studies, C.Rowan@warwick.ac.uk
Taught MA in Ancient Literature and Thought
This MA will foster your ability to read a wide range of Greek and/or Latin texts in the original language and to develop nuanced understanding of the methodologies and critical approaches to the study of these texts within their historical, cultural and political contexts, very broadly considered. It provides an intensive introduction to literary theory tailored specifically to classicists, making it a unique pathway in the UK for classicists contemplating going on to a doctorate, and harnesses Warwick's strong interdisciplinary links between its departments of Classics and Ancient History, English and Comparative Literary Studies, and Philosophy.
Taught MA in Ancient Visual and Material Culture
New Coin of the Month Blog: A Flavian Token in the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow
For May's coin of the month Clare Rowan blogs about a Flavian token now in the Hunterian Museum in Glasgow. Read about it here.