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School and association talks and events

Department staff members and the Outreach Assistant regularly give school talks both in the local Warwick area and nationally (and internationally) to age groups from 10 to 18. Staff members also often give talks as part of extra-curricular 'Classical world' days organised by institutions like the British Museum for UK schools, as well as at events held for those teaching Classical world subjects at school (e.g. ARLT, BASS). Staff members and students are also active in a number of Warwick University initiatives and teams engaging with communities across the country to increase access to and enjoyment of education.

The following staff members and post-graduates are willing to give talks to schools. Please contact them directly to arrange a convenient time:

Dr Alison Cooley - a dot cooley at warwick dot ac dot uk Topics: Roman Italy; Pompeii; Augustus; Roman inscriptions

Prof. Zahra Newby - zahra dot newby at warwick dot ac dot uk Topics: Ancient athletics, Art in Roman world, Myth and Art, Death and Commemoration in the Roman world, Roman housing

Dr Michael Scott - m dot c dot scott at warwick dot ac dot uk Topics: Ancient Greek history, archaeology, religion, Classics and TV.

Dr Emmanuela Bakola - e dot bakola at warwick dot ac dot uk Topics: Ancient Greek Drama

Dr Victoria Rimell - v.rimell@warwick.ac.uk. Topics: Latin and Greek literature, Roman thought, Classical reception

Dr Elena Giusti - e.giusti@warwick.ac.uk. Topics: Latin and Greek Literature, Roman thought, Classical reception

Dr David Fearn - d.fearn@warwick.ac.uk. Topics: Greek Literature and thought, Classical reception.

Dr Clare Rowan - c.rowan@warwick.ac.uk. Topics: Roman history, numismatics

Mr Clive Letchford C dot A dot Letchford at warwick dot ac dot uk Topics: Learning Latin and Greek

Ms. Vicky Jewell v dot jewell at warwick dot ac dot uk Topics: Roman art and archaeology; colour in Greek and Roman worlds

Ms Kathryn Thompson k dot e dot thompson at warwick dot ac dot uk Topics: Reception of the Classical World