logo
Department of Classics
   
   
  

News, events and social media

 

 

Research Exchange magazine online
Read the latest Faculty of Arts research news in our online magazine.
 

 

News

New for 2016 entry: Arts and Humanities with Foundation Year BA

Description
This is a new full-time programme designed for UK students whose school-leaving qualifications do not meet the current admissions requirements for direct entry to undergraduate programmes in the arts and humanities, and mature students holding non-standard qualifications.
Date:
17/03/2015

New Masters scholarship scheme

Description
For 2015 entry, the University has 175 new scholarships of £10,000 available for Masters students from under-represented groups. available for Masters students from under-represented groups.
Date:
16/03/2015

MA funding for 2015/16

Description
Two sources of funding for MA study within the Department of Classics available at Nottingham in 2015/16.
Date:
06/03/2015
Displaying 1 to 3 of 104
Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next

Back to top

 

Undergraduate open day
Talk to students and staff, and view the facilities and resources of University Park campus.
 

 

Events

Research Seminar

Date
28/04/2015
Location:
A3, Humanities Building, University Park
Description
Will Leveritt (University of Nottingham): Deciphering the Woburn Abbey triumph sarcophagus

Research Seminar

Date
05/05/2015
Location:
A3, Humanities Building, University Park
Description
John Marincola (Florida State University)

Research Seminar

Date
25/06/2015
Location:
A3, Humanities Building, University Park
Description
Classical Association AGM Lecture: Mark Bradley 'Smelling Rome'
Displaying 1 to 3 of 3

Back to top

Faculty of Arts call for papers and conferences

Blogs: the latest posts from classics

  • On this day in AD 121, the emperor Marcus Aurelius was born
    Born on the 26th of April 121, he was born Marcus Annius Verus to a relatively inconspicuous father of the same name who died as praetor-designate in 124, when his son was only three years old.
  • Women of Troy
    Lynn Fotheringham previews an imminent production of Euripides’ play at the University’s student theatre.     A recent conversation I had with sisters Page and Eden Philips Harrington, director and producer of the New Theatre’s forthcoming production of Women of Troy (6th-9th May), revealed their creative ideas for dealing with the difficulties of putting on a Greek tragedy ...
  • On this day in 359, the emperor Gratian was born
    He reigned for eight years as junior emperor and another eight years as the senior emperor of the West. And, on the 3rd October 382, Gratian saved the Roman Empire...

Back to top

 

 

Department of Classics

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

Contact details