Lectures and Conferences
Lectures and Conferences 2016-17
Lecture: 8 February 2017: Housman Lecture 2017: Judith Butler
Lectures and Conferences 2015-16
Classical Reception Studies Network Workshop: Revolutions and Classics (22 July 2016)
Conference: From Song To Book: Performance and Entextualisation in Ancient Greek Literature and Beyond (29 June - 1 July 2016)
Conference: The Politics of Form in Greek Culture (17 June 2016)
Conference: Erudition and Allusion in Theocritus (27 May 2016)
Conference: Language in Style (18-20 May 2016)
Conference: Economics and Warfare (27-29 April 2016)
Event in collaboration with the Centre for Early Modern Exchanges on Oratory and Rhetoric (23 March 2016)
Lecture: 18 March 2016: Keeling Lecture 2015: Susanne Bobzien (Oxford), 'Did Frege plagiarize the Stoics?' (5 pm)
Lecture: 23 February 2016: Housman Lecture 2016: Maurizio Bettini
Lecture: 22 February 2016: Housman Masterclass: Maurizio Bettini (2-4 p.m.)
Lecture: 11 February 2016: Rosa Andújar on Menander: A New Comedy for Athens
Lecture: 10 February 2016: Gesine Manuwald on Ancient 'New' Comedy
Colloquium: One-day course on Identities and gender in the Ancient World (9 February 2016)
Lecture: 3 November 2015 at 6.30 p.m. Professor Phiroze Vasunia's inaugural lecture
Lectures and Conferences 2014-15
Conference: Dionysus in Rome (3-4 September 2015)
Lecture: 4 June 2015: Housman lecture 2015: Leslie Kurke (6:00 pm)
Lecture: 5 June 2015: Housman Masterclass: Leslie Kurke (2:00 - 5:00 pm)
Postgraduate Student Event: Early-Modern Texts and Digital Resources (29 May 2015)
Conference: The Afterlife of Cicero (7-8 May 2015)
Conference: Classics and the Great War, in an Age of Empire (27 November 2014). Co-sponsored by the Network on Ancient and Modern Imperialisms and the Faculty of Classics, Cambridge. The conference will be held in Cambridge.
Lectures and Conferences 2013-14
Conference: The Afterlife of Classical Latin Satire (Friday 10 October 2014): collaboration with the English Department and the Warburg Institute. The conference will be held at the Warburg Institute.
Conference: Chris Carey (a celebration) 19 September 2014
Conference and Public Event: Palladas and the New Papyrus (4-5 September 2014)
Training Day: Greek Epic and Lyric Fragments (2 July 2014)
Lecture: 28 April 2014: Professor John Moles (Newcastle): 'Virgil's Loss of Virginity and Related Matters.' 5.30pm. 2.18 Chadwick Building (UCL front quad). Reception to follow. All welcome.
Conference: Roman Oratory (10-13 April 2014): Gesine Manuwald
Lecture: 19 March 2014: Housman Masterclass: Denis Feeney (4 pm)
Lecture: 20 March 2014: Housman lecture 2014: Denis Feeney (6pm)
Colloquium: Greek Tragedy's Renaissance Inflections: Iphigenia Workshop. Wednesday 12th March 2014, 2–7pm, Foster Court 307.
Lecture: 12 March 2014: Professor Gail Fine, Keeling memorial lecture and graduate masterclass 'Knowledge, belief, and perception in the Phaedo'. 4-6pm, Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre.
Colloquium: UCL/British School at Athens Colloquium for Secondary School Teachers(19 February 2014)
Lecture: 11 February 2014: UCL Classical Play Lecture. Dr Rosa Andújar (UCL): 'Comedy and Caricature in Aristophanes' Theatre'.
Lecture: 12 February 2014: UCL Classical Play Lecture. Dr Jenny Bryan (UCL): 'Socrates' search for wisdom.'
Lecture: 13 February 2014: UCL Classical Play Lecture. Bettany Hughes: 'Athens: the Theatre for Socrates' Ideas'.
Lecture: 29 January 2014: Prof. James Redfield (Chicago): 'The Socratic Dialogues as Historical Fiction' (5:30pm). Gordon House 106 (WC1H 0PP).
Colloquium: Keeling Colloquium 4th to 6th November 2013
Lectures and Conferences 2012-13
Panel discussion: Myth and Mythology (UCL Festival of Arts): 16 May, 1:00pm
Lecture: 20 February 2013: Housman lecture 2013: Eric Csapo (6pm)
Lecture: 19 February 2013: Housman Masterclass: Eric Csapo (2.30pm)
Lecture: 5 February 2013: UCL Classical Play Lecture. Professor Simon Goldhill (Cambridge): 'Tragedy and the Trojan Women.'
Lecture: 7 February 2013: UCL Classical Play Lecture. Dr Rosa Andújar (UCL): 'Good Grief: The Lamenting Women of Tragedy.'
Lecture: 16 November 2012: Lecture. Dr Maude Vanhaelen (Warwick), 'Renaissance scholars and their demons: on Ficino and Iamblichus’ De Mysteriis' (5 pm)
Lecture: 13 November 2012: Lecture. ‘Jumping to conclusions. Bull-leaping in Minoan Crete’ Dr. Andrew Shapland (British Museum)
Lecture: 9 October 2012: Keeling Graduate Masterclass (4-6pm)
Lectures and Conferences 2011-12
Lecture: Housman Lecture 2012
Conference: Iambus and Elegy - 11-13 July 2012
Conference: Cicero Awayday - 30th May 2012
Colloquium: Keeling Colloquium 7-9 November 2011