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A warm welcome to two new appointments

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The Department of Classics is delighted to have recently appointed two new lecturers, Dr David Lewis and Dr Alex Mullen.
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14/07/2015

Classics Undergraduate wins the Marsden Prize 2015

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Very many congratulations to Ellen Richardson, who has been awarded the university's prestigious Marsden Prize.
Date:
14/07/2015

Digital Humanities Centre MA/MSc Scholarship

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The Digital Humanities Centre (DHC) at The University of Nottingham invites applications for one MA/MSc Scholarship to provide reprographic services and support.
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13/07/2015
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Blogs: the latest posts from classics

  • On this day in AD14 Rome’s first emperor, Augustus, died aged 76 (Part II)
    Text by Mike Welbourn Image © Mint Imperial In the first part we looked at Augustus’ rise to power. In this second part, we look at his time as emperor. Augustus thus came to enjoy an unassailable and unimpeachably legal pre-eminence. Beyond establishing a long period of peace and stability after decades of civil war, Augustus undertook ...
  • On this day in AD14 Rome’s first emperor, Augustus, died aged 76 (Part I)
    Text by Mike Welbourn Image © Mint Imperial In this first part we look at Augustus’ rise to power. In the second part, we will look at his time as emperor. Augustus had risen to power in the aftermath of the assassination in 44 BC of his great-uncle and adoptive father, the dictator Julius Caesar. In concert with Marc Antony, ...
  • The Ancient World is Awesome
    Helen Lovatt explores Classical reception and childhood creativity in the Lego Movie. This post contains spoilers. If you haven’t seen the Lego movie, watch it immediately! The Lego Movie (2014) sets creativity in competition with conformity. You can watch the ‘Everything is Awesome’ sequence on Youtube, and it gives a good flavour of the central themes ...

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