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Nottingham Classics success in REF2014

Description
The Department has been ranked equal 4th among Classics departments for world-leading 4* research in the REF2014 national assessment of UK university research.
Date:
19/12/2014

Classics students to attend the British School at Rome

Description
Three MA students from the Department of Classics have been successful in their applications to study at the British School at Rome in April-May 2015.
Date:
19/12/2014

Heart of Heritage Project

Description
The Digital Humanities Centre has been working in partnership with Debbie Bryan on the project 'Heart of Heritage'
Date:
15/12/2014
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Events

2015 Cameron Lecture

Date
09/01/2015
Location:
Room A48, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
Professor Diana Whaley, Newcastle University, will give the 2015 Cameron Lecture, "The other millennium: English place-naming after the Norman Conquest"

Popular Culture Lecture Series: "This is Sparta!": representing ancient Greece in film and comics.

Date
25/03/2015
Location:
B13, Physics and Astronomy Building, University Park
Description
A lecture followed by Q&A session by Lynn Fotheringham & Stephen Hodkinson (Department of Classics)
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Faculty of Arts call for papers and conferences

Blogs: the latest posts from classics

  • Drama or History?
    Victoria Moore, a part-time student on the MA in The Visual Culture of Classical Antiquity, reflects on her experience of The Coronation of Poppea by Monteverdi, performed by Opera North at the Royal Theatre, Nottingham. I have to say that I am not familiar with any of Monteverdi’s operas, so my main expectation was of ...
  • Julian ‘the Apostate’ Comes to Power
    As part of the Nottingham Anniversaries through Coins project, Robert Stone describes how on this day, 11th December, in 361, the last pagan emperor Julian II (also known as Julian the Apostate) entered Constantinople as the sole ruler of the Roman Empire. Following the death of Constantine I (337), the Empire was divided between his ...
  • On (Not) Spoiling the Medea
    Lynn Fotheringham reflects on the National Theatre’s recent production of Medea. In 2007 there was a new film-adaptation of Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel, I am Legend. Two previousversions had failed to justice to the original twist-ending, which chillingly inverts the roles of the vampires/zombies and their hunter. I knew in my heart of hearts that ...

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