All are very welcome to attend the sessions. Directions to the University and campus maps may be found here: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/visitors/getting_here.htm. If you have any queries, please direct them to myself (p.j.goodman AT leeds.ac.uk) or Prof. Malcolm Heath (m.f.heath AT leeds.ac.uk).
Programme for autumn 2008:
Nick Lowe (Royal Holloway)
Lost Hollywood versions of Homer
Mark Bradley (Nottingham)
The importance of colour on ancient marble sculpture
Rick Jones (Bradford)
Urbanisation and Inequality at Pompeii
Katharine Earnshaw (Leeds)
ardens amor: Brothers in (each other's) Arms in Lucan's Ilerda Episode
November 3rd (CA Talk – starting at 5 for 5.30 pm)
Roderick Beaton (King’s College London)
Literature and the ‘Imagined Community’: the Making of Modern Greece
Eleanor Dickey (Exeter)
Latin influence on Greek
Please note that this paper will start at 4pm, not the usual time of 3pm.
Jacqueline Campbell (Manchester)
Pharaoh’s Pharmacy c. 1500 BC: a medical legacy?
Andreas U. Schmidhauser (UEA)
November 24th (CA Talk – starting at 5 for 5.30 pm)
Miriam Griffin (Oxford)
Nero from Zero to Hero
Sarah Francis (Leeds)
“It’s no use being cleverer than your doctor” - Ancient Greek Philosophers on the Medical Profession
Clare Kelly Blazeby (Leeds)
Woman + wine = prostitute in classical Greece?