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 organisers, Paloma Perez-Galvan and Alessandra Tafaro, or the seminar coordinator, Caroline Petit.
Winter Term 2019-2020
Wednesday 8 January, 3.30pm-4.30pm OC1.02
Dr Eris Williams-Reed (Warwick): ‘Lakes and Sinkholes: Environment and Religious Life at Roman Yammoune in the Beqaa Valley’
Dr Robert Rohland (Warwick): ‘A Moveable Feast: Wine Storage-Places in Horace’
Wednesday 15 January 4-5pm OC1.02
Prof. Judith Mossman (Coventry): ‘Male Speech in Euripides' Trojan Women'
Wednesday 22 January 4-5pm OC1.02
Dr Virginia Campbell: ‘Pompe in Pompeii: Funeral Processions and the Urban Landscape’
Wednesday 29 January 4-5pm OC1.02
Prof. Meg Miller (Title tbc)
Wednesday 5 February 4-5pm OC1.02
Dr Regine May (Leeds) will talk about 'Love hurts: Cupid and Psyche on magic gemstones’
Wednesday 19 February 3.30-5pm OC1.02
Dr Joanna Kemp (Warwick) ‘Life After a Classics PhD: Alternative and Academic-Adjacent Career Options’
Dr Kathryn Thompson (Warwick) ‘Tutoring for The Brilliant Club: Mobilising the PhD Community to make a meaningful difference in Widening Participation’
Wednesday 26 February 3.30pm-4.30pm OC1.02
Lucrezia Sperindio (Warwick): ‘Tragic Form and Content in Horatian Lyric’.
Stan Ireland (Warwick): 'The Second South Warwickshire Denarius Hoard’
Wednesday 4 March 4-5pm OC1.02
Anna Moles (BSA-sponsored guest-lecturer): ‘Human Health and Diet at Knossos, Crete: Changes from the Hellenistic to Late Antique Periods’
Wednesday 11 March 4-5pm OC1.02
Emily Gowers (Cambridge), title tbc