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Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions Project (AshLI)

About AshLI

AshLI (Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions Project) was funded by the AHRC, 2013-2017. It was led by Alison Cooley (PI, University of Warwick), in collaboration with Susan Walker (Co-I, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford), Paul Roberts (Co-I, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford), and Charlest Crowther (Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents, Oxford). Project researchers included Jane Mass├ęglia, Hannah Cornwell, and Abigail Baker.

We offer online educational resources for schools and have collaborated with the Ashmolean Education Department to design the gallery session, Latin Language Adventure for primary schools.

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Prof Michael Scott wins Classical Association Prize 2021

Professor Michael Scott of the Warwick Classics Department has been awarded the 2021 Classical Association Prize, awarded each year 'to an individual who has done the most to raise the profile of Classics in the public eye.' He will be presented with the award by Natalie Haynes at this year's online CA Conference 6-8th April 2021.

You can register to watch the prize-giving, as well as the rest of the conference, for free here: https://classicalassociation.org/events/ca-annual-conference-2021/

More about Michael's work can be found in this article: https://warwick.ac.uk/wie/staffengage/spotlight/february-michaelscott/

Michael has also written a blog about receiving the award: https://michaelscottweb.com/blog/classical-association-prize-april-2021/

More about the award, alongside previous winners, can be found here: https://classicalassociation.org/ca-prize/