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Public Engagement and Impact

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Research Impact

Warwick's Classics Department believes that research into Greek and Roman antiquity contributes important social and cultural insights for modern society.

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Warwick Ancient Drama Festival

Each year Warwick staff and students collaborate on producing a play from antiquity, accompanied by talks and workshops for schools.

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Warwick Classics Network

The Warwick Classics Network supports the teaching of the Classical World in Schools across the region.

Outreach and Impact News

Mon 14 Jan '19
The Warwick Classics Network has been awarded £2000 from GRP Connecting Cultures at Warwick for the project 'Coventry: A City of Cultures'.

This project will be a collaboration between the University of Warwick, Coventry University, the Herbert Gallery and Museum, Lunt Fort in Coventry, and local Coventry Schools, and will examine the history of Coventry as a cultural meeting place from Roman through to Medieval times.


Ashmolean Latin Inscriptions Project

As a department we work with museums worldwide to improve our knowledge of antiquity.

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Find out more about our activities

The Department of Classics is passionately committed to encouraging as wide an audience as possible to engage with the study of the Classical world.