2012-2013 ACADEMIC YEAR
24th January 2013
'A crisis of faith? The inconsistency of Cassius in Plutarch's Roman Lives'
31st January 2013
'Pyrrhus' Reputation in Plutarch's Pyrrhus-Marius'
7th February 2013
'Fool's gold? The gift of the ius anulorum'
14th February 2013
'Political Theatricalities in Plutarch’s Demetrius'
28th February 2013
'Emperors and Venetia: the epigraphic evidence of the relationships between North-East Italy and the imperial power'
7th March 2013
'Romanus or Romulus? A Christianized 'Aeneas' in Prudentius' Peristephanon 10'
21st March 2013
'Ennian Echoes in Vergil (and Lucretian Consequences)'
Abi Buglass (Oxford)
28th March 2013
'Cinematic Symplegmata: Hellenistic Entanglement Groups and the Classic Horror Film'
11th April 2013
'Isocrates and perceptions of Persia and Macedon in fourth-century Athens'
Rebecca Van Hove
18th April 2013
TBA (Tacitus) and TBA (Apollonius)
Montgomery McAnlis and Sarah Cassidy
25th April 2012
'Evidence-based history or history of the evidence? Epigraphy and the unearthing of ancient social groups'
4th October 2012
'The rise of Ptolemy: parallel narratives of basileia and aristeia'
18th October 2012
'The Case of the Missing Letter: a reappraisal of the fall of Plautianus'
25th October 2012
'Alexander the Great in the 20th century: Watchmen's Ozymandias as a modern Alexander'
1st November 2012
'Why has my thumos spoken to me thus? Internal Monologues and the Embodied Mind in Homer'
8th November 2012
'The Geography of Rebellion - Strategy and Supply in the two Sicilian Slave Wars'
15th November 2012
'Queen Bee and Housewife: Extension of Social and Moral Education into the Private Sphere in Xenophon's Oeconomicus'
22nd November 2012
'Discrepancy between words and deeds in Cicero's letters to Terentia'
29th November 2012
'Beyond Good and Evil: Greek tragedy in the face of philosophical pessimism'
Joseph Walsh (University College Dublin)
6th December 2012
Roman and Pre-Roman Epigraphy (Double Panel)
'Freedmen and Family Identities in the Roman Empire: The Epigraphic Habit Revisited’ and 'Oscan Funerary Monuments of Southern Italy'
Fiona Mowat (Edinburgh) and Katherine McDonald (Cambridge)