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Dr Laura Swift on the ‘new’ Sappho poems

Dr Laura Swift explores the discovery of lost works by the poet Sappho, in The Conversation Continue reading

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Prof Lorna Hardwick at TRIVIUM

Emeritus Prof Lonra Hardwick presents to TRIVIUM on ‘Hijackings, interruptions and conversations in classical reception research: can the dialogical argument cope?’ on 14 January 2014
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‘Senses of the Empire: multisensory approaches to Roman culture’ conference

‘Senses of the Empire: Multisensory Approaches to Roman Culture’ conference, The Open University (R01), Hawley Crescent, Camden, London, 30 November 2013. By collecting the senses together in the interdisciplinary and multi-period volume ‘Empire of the Senses’ David Howes led ‘a revolution in the representation and analysis of culture’ (2005, p.14). This one-day conference aims to bring that revolution on apace, by exploring the application of a multisensory approach to current research on the archaeological spaces and places of the Roman world. Continue reading

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