Department of Classics

Classics: learning, teaching, research

We are a lively and enthusiastic Department of Classics, who teach and research all aspects of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome - Greek and Latin language as well as Greek and Roman literature, history, art and life.

Helen Lovatt, Head of Department


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Digitial Humanities Centre MA/MSc Scholarship - reprographics services

The DHC invites School of Humanities postgraduate student applications for one MA/MSc Scholarship to provide its reprographic services. Application deadline 12pm on 31 July 2014.

Sparta and Comic Books

Prof. Stephen Hodkinson's collaboration on the production of the comic book Three is highlighted in the University's Research Exhcange newsletter.

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Upcoming events

Faculty of Arts Centres and Institutes event

17 - 18/09/2014
Highfield House
A two-day event for members of the Arts Faculty's Centres and Institutes, featuring a sandpit on day 2.

Faculty of Arts Futures Festival

Highfield House
Don't miss the chance to see the opportunities on offer to get you thinking about life after university.

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Argonauts and Emperors

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Read the latest blog posts: 

Thinking about Thinking about Ancient Greek Religion (2)
In January 2014, the Ancient Religions and Cognition (ARCog) project held its second workshop: on Transmission. Esther Eidinow gives an overview of the meeting, during which participants explored the theme of religious transmission using cognitive theorizing to think about ancient evidence, and vice versa. You can find out more about the project and the workshop, ...

Holiday photos: late antiquity on the Adriatic (1)
In between research and other duties, I have taken a welcome week of holiday in Friuli (NE Italy, close to the border with Slovenia) and at Poreč on the peninsula of Istria, at the Western end of Croatia. My partner and I didn’t choose these destinations for any classics-related reason: the former is where her ...

A Midsummer Night Reverie (2): more lost tragedies
In this post I (belatedly) publish the second part of Alan Sommerstein’s thoughts on Nick Lowe’s paper on tragic fragments, delivered to the Nottingham Branch of the Classical Association.   In the first part of this post, I reported Nick Lowe’s top ten lost tragedies from his excellent paper at the AGM of the Nottingham ...


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