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Work in Progress Research Seminar

All seminars of the Warwick Classics and Ancient History Work in Progress Seminar Series will take place in OC 1.02 in the Oculus Building and start at either 3.30 or 4.00pm. attendance is free and open to all, no registration required.

Should you have any enquiries, feel free to contact the seminar organiser, David Swan (d dot r dot swan at Warwick dot ac dot uk) or the seminar coordinator, Elena Giusti (E dot Giusti at Warwick dot ac dot uk)

Spring Term 2018-2019

Wednesday 9th January 3.30pm-4.30pm OC1.02

Vicky Jewell (Warwick) "Contrast: colours of opposition in Ancient Greek society"

Carlo Lualdi (Warwick) “"Winter venturus est" references and representations of Classical Warfare in Game of Thrones television series."

Wednesday 16th January 3.30pm-4.30pm OC1.02

Alison Cooley (Warwick) "Reflections on the SCP"

Simone Mucci (Warwick) "Some problems related to Agathokles of Cyzicus (FGrHist 472)"

Wednesday 23rd January 4pm-5pm OC1.02

William Mack (Birmingham) "Assembly Decrees or Oracles? Constituting Public Authority in the Archaic World"

Wednesday 30th January 3.30pm-4.30pm OC1.02

Alessandra Tafaro (Warwick) "Obliterating Domitian's Memory: from Inscriptions to Martial's Epigrams 10."

Giles Penman (Warwick) "Classical motifs and the memorabilia of the Great War"

Wednesday 6th February 4pm-5pm OC1.02

Prof. Michèle Lowrie (Chicago) "An Empire of Security and Care"

Wednesday 27th February 4pm-5pm OC1.02

Andreas Schwab (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) "Egyptian Things Matter. Herodotus on Material Religion in Egypt."

Wednesday 6th March 3.30pm-4.30pm OC1.02

George Green (Oxford/Warwick) "LA-ICP-MS: data and conclusions from the Ashmolean’s collection of Roman gold"

Jonathan Madge (Warwick) "Thunder and Lightning in the literary texts of Cicero"

Wednesday 13th March 3.30pm-5pm OC1.02

Presentations of MA by Research Students