Monthly Archives: June 2016

What’s on at the Revolutions Conference? #2

Happy Wednesday! We continue our series of abstracts from the imminent conference — 22 July 2016, UCL — with this contribution by Sanja Perovic (Kings College London): The Legend of Pythagoras:  Narrating Revolutionary Failure in Sylvain Maréchal and Vincenzo Cuoco

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What’s on at the Revolutions Conference? #1

Extra! Extra! … In the build up to the CRSN’s Revolutions and Classics conference (22.07.16) we’ll be releasing abstracts every other day, or so. Today it’s the paper that will open the conference. At 10 past 10 GMT Rachel Foxley (University of … Continue reading

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Revolutions and Classics: Friday 22 July 2016: full programme available!

CRSN’s next event will be held at University College London: the co-organisers are Barbara Goff (b.e.goff@reading.ac.uk) and Rosa Andújar (r.andujar@ucl.ac.uk) and you should contact them with any queries. Attendance is free: tickets here. Postgraduate bursaries are available: the information on these … Continue reading

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A new Handbook to the Reception of Greek drama

If you are looking for resources to support your teaching, or thinking of developing a new syllabus in classical reception, you’ll be interested in the latest publication by CRSN member Betine van Zyl Smit. She had edited the Handbook to the Reception of … Continue reading

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