Winds and Antigone's Madness
This month on the Classical Texting Blog, Bianca Mazzinghi Gori discusses the significance of wind in Sophocles' Antigone in 'Winds and Antigone's Madness'.
Expressing Identities in Graeco–Latin Bilingual Inscriptions
This month on Classical Texting, Paloma Perez Galvan discusses bilingualism in her entry 'Expressing Identities in Graeco-Latin Bilingual Inscriptions'.
Classical Texting- "Prudens Simplicitas: The Decline of Simplicitas"
Martina Russo, PhD candidate in the Department of Classics and Ancient History at Warwick, has published on the concept of simplicitas in Latin Literature. Read it here.
Classical Texting, 'Undressing Eteocles: A performative approach to the Labdacids' Curse'
Emmy Stavropolou writes '(Un)dressing Eteocles: A performative approach to the Labdacids' Curse', a discussion of a central scene in Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes.
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.