All are welcome to the Faculty of Classics, Cambridge, ancient history
Michaelmas term seminar series on the theme of 'resistance'.

All seminars will take place in room G.21, Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick
Avenue, Cambridge at 5.15pm.

For more information, contact the organisers Michael Scott (mcs45 AT
or Richard Flower (raf33 AT

13th October Tom Harrison, Liverpool
“Resistance or Collusion? History and Power in Herodotus’ Histories”

20th October Neville Morley, Bristol
“Class Struggle in the Roman World”

27th October Peter van Dommelen, Glasgow
“Subaltern Monuments: Folklore, Ritual Practices and Local Identities in the
Punic world”

3rd Nov – Discussion of M. Christ The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens CUP 2006

10th November Greg Woolf, St Andrews
“The Politics of Science in Ancient Rome”

17th November Peter Liddel, Manchester
“Responding to resistance in ancient Greece”

1st December Teresa Morgan, Oxford
“Trust and Mistrust: the problem of cultural capital in the Roman Empire”