School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology

University of Liverpool
The programme for the Classics and Ancient History Research Seminar series in Semester 2 is as follows:

5 February
EPIGRAPHY NORTH: Prof. M. H. Crawford ‘Languages, geographies and economies of early Italy’

12 February
Mark Bradley (Nottingham) ‘Crime and Punishment on the Capitoline Hill’

19 February
Anne Rogerson (Cambridge) ‘Pandarus' death and Bitias' legacy: moving towards an end in Aeneid 9’

26 February
Niall Livingstone (Birmingham) ‘Herodotus on Multiculturalism?’

4 March
Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (Edinburgh) ‘An Empire of Pleasure? Masculinity, Reproduction and the Harem in Ancient Persia and the Near East’

11 March
Kelvin Everest (Liverpool) ‘Shelley’s Hellenism’

8 April
Mark Humphries (Swansea) ‘Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Ostia and Portus’

15 April
EPIGRAPHY NORTH: Prof. O. van Nijf Tbc

22 April
Katherine Harloe (Reading) ‘'Ingenium et doctrina.' Historicism and the imagination in Winckelmann and Wolf’

29 April
Amanda Wrigley (Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, Oxford) ‘Stages of Imagination: Classics Dramatized on BBC Radio from the 1920s’

Time: Tuesdays, 4.30 pm.
Venue: Bosanquet Seminar Room, 12 Abercromby Square.


For further information, please contact the seminar organiser, Dr Joanna Paul (Joanna.Paul AT or the Research Secretary, Ms Anastasia Barsukova (barsukov AT