Prof Alastair Blanshard
Paul Eliadis Chair of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland, Australia.
More on Alastair's work and research interests here
Programme of Events for the Visiting Fellowship
To discuss any of the events below, please contact organiser m dot c dot scott at warwick dot ac dot uk
Tuesday 12th January Welcome Lunch for Prof Alastair Blanshard, IAS, Millburn House
Wednesday 13th January: Classics on Screen (conference co-organised with Department of Film and TV Studies).
To see the programme for this event click here
Thursday 14th January: IAS Academic Careers and Employability Seminar
Monday 18th January: Sex and Gender Lecture (Classics Undergraduate Module)
Tuesday 19th January: Spartacus on Film - Lecture and Seminar (Film and TV Studies Module)
Thursday 21st January - Democracy and Imperialism Lecture (Classics Undergraduate Module)
Friday 22nd January: The Use and Abuse of the Classical Tradition (conference co-organised with the Centre for Renaissance Studies). To see the programme for this event, click here
Monday 25th January: Warwick Classics Drama Festival for Schools - Aristophanes Lysistrata
Wednesday 27th January: Seminar for CADRE 'Getting an international academic job'
Friday 29th January: Greek Culture and Society Lecture (Classics Undergraduate Module)
Monday 1st February: 'The Greeks and Us' A Public Lecture in Warwick Arts Centre Studio Theatre.
To see the poster for this event, click here
This event will be filmed
Tuesday 2nd February: Taught MA in Visual and Material Culture Seminar (Classics)
Thursday 4th February: Democracy and Imperialism - discussion seminar (Classics Undergraduate Module)
Events in bold - attendees welcome.
To book a place for 13th or 22nd January please email j dot kemp at warwick dot ac dot uk.
For a free ticket to the lecture and drinks reception on 1st February, book via the Warwick Arts Centre.
This Programme of Events has been made possible by kind generosity of the IAS, Department of Classics and Ancient History, Centre for Renaissance Studies, Faculty of Arts, Global Research Priorities Connecting Cultures Group.