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Wed, May 2, '18
15:30 - 17:00
Work in Progress Seminar

George Alexander Green (Warwick PhD) "My Week with ISIS"

Giles Penman (Warwick PhD)

Thu, May 3, '18
17:00 - 18:00
Prof. Mark Payne, University of Chicago: 'Poetry, Vegetality, Relief from Being'. Centre for Philosophy, Literature, and The Arts seminar paper
Social Studies S0.11
Fri, May 4, '18
17:00 - 19:00
Heidegger's Greece: A Greek Poetry and Poetics Network/CRPLA Workshop
Social Studies S0.11

Leading discussion will be: Dr David Fearn (Warwick); Dr Sarah Nooter (Chicago), Prof. Mark Payne (Chicago), Dr Pauline LeVen (Yale), Dr Felix Budelmann (Oxford), Dr Tom Phillips (Oxford).

Wed, May 9, '18
15:30 - 18:00
Work in Progress Event
Meet at OC1.02

Mead Gallery Tour of the John Piper Exhibition:

Discussion panel led by Nick Brown

Thu, May 10, '18
15:00 - 16:00
Lecture by IAS Visiting Fellow, Dr Bernhard Woytek

'The mint of Rome under San Clemente': j oint contribution to UG modules on Greek & Roman Coinage (Prof. Suzanne Frey-Kupper), and on the Roman Economy (Prof. Kevin Butcher); also open to other UG students, PG students and staff

Fri, May 11, '18
17:00 - 18:00
Public Lecture by IAS Visiting Fellow, Dr Bernhard Woytek

'Numismatics and the Mind of Man. The study of coins from the Renaissance to the 21st century'. Hosted by Faculty of Arts/GRP Connecting Cultures in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance and the Early Modern and Eighteenth Century Centre; followed by wine reception

Tue, May 15, '18
13:00 - 17:00
Ancient Tokens Workshop

A workshop on tokens connected to Dr Clare Rowan’s ERC-funded Token Communities Project (2017-2020). The participants will include academic staff, as well as postgraduates and postdoctoral scholars, and will be open to scholars from other UK Universities. Thoughts and reflections arising from the workshop would be posted on the Coins at Warwick blog.

Wed, May 16, '18
15:30 - 17:00
Work in Progress Seminar

Project Update: "Materiality of Graeco-Roman Festivals" 

Zahra Newby, Professor (Warwick)

Dario Calomino, Research Fellow (Warwick)

Naomi Carless Unwin, Research Fellow (Warwick)

Thu, May 17, '18
Annual Numismatics Workshop

Interdisciplinary workshop on Coinage, Money & Economy - joint event with the Classics Department’s annual Numismatics Day.

Wed, May 23, '18
Annual Postgraduate Colloquium
Wed, May 30, '18
15:30 - 17:00
Work in Progress Seminar: Guest Speaker


Dr Bernhard Woytek, the Austrian Academy: 'Trajan Optimus Princeps: A numismatic perspective'. Dr. Woytek will be speaking as part of his time at Warwick as an IAS International Visiting Fellow. Dr. Woytek specializes in the study of ancient numismatics, financial history of the ancient world, and the history of classical scholarship.