Monthly Archives: September 2016

Henry Stead: And My Story Begins in Russia

Recently back from Russia, Henry Stead (Open) tells of some of his experiences in St. Petersburg this summer and reflects on beginning his new research project, Brave New Classics, which investigates the impact of the Russian Revolution on British classics until 1956: “… … Continue reading

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Allan Hiscutt: An Unexpected Journey

When I signed up for Reading University’s MA in Ancient Art a few days after retiring from a long career as a forensic scientist, what did I expect? Well, I thought I’d learn about Greek pottery, and I did; I … Continue reading

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‘Revolutions and Classics’ CONFERENCE REPORT

Revolutions and Classics, hosted by us — the Classical Reception Studies Network (CRSN) — and the Legacy of Greek Political Thought Network with the support of the UCL Department of Greek and Latin and the Department of Classics at the University … Continue reading

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