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The Discipline Group of Classics and Ancient History is part of the School of Humanities at the University of Western Australia.
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AAIA Sydney May 25
A reminder that Applications for the AAIA 2020 Contemporary Creative Residency are currently being accepted. For full details visit:
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Classics_UWA May 22
What’s the use of lectures? - Column - Mary Beard: A Don’s life - TLS
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CARC May 21
CARC has been compiling podcasts and recordings of events since 2010. Watch our Senior Research Associate Sir John Boardman in that year, explaining ancient Greek wine cups For the full podcast:
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Ovid Film May 19
Ovid and The Art of Love is NOW available to buy or rent on the Apple store! Grab your popcorn and watch this classic story gets a modern twist in a mash-up world of contemporary Detroit and ancient Rome! Click the link in bio for more info! 🍿🎬
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Classics_UWA May 19
Welcome to and 's latest PhD candidate, Jane McMahon. Jane's research project will investigate recently discovered Neolithic structures known as ‘Standing Stone Circles’, in the northwest of Saudi Arabia.
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Classics_UWA May 14
BBC News - Ancient Tap O' Noth hillfort in Aberdeenshire one of 'largest ever'
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GreekHistory Podcast 8 Sep 17
Timaeus: A real return to Forms
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AAIA Sydney May 13
Building a digital treasury of Greece’s cultural capital
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Australasian Women in Ancient World Studies May 13
Delightful update from Mentor Ronika Power and new mentee ! There are still places available in the program to find a fab mentor for yourself. All the info:
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Roman Britain News May 13
Amateur archaeologists redraw map of from home - Volunteers find ‘astounding’ number of unknown sites in south-west from aerial surveys.
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De Gruyter Classics May 12
Read ›Pioneers of Grammar. and the Study of Language‹ by Lara Pagani, available in , to celebrate with us! ➡️ Spread the word about !
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Classics_UWA May 12
Perhaps something for the ?
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Classics_UWA May 12
Wonderful news, Caillan. Many congratulations from all of us
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J. Preiser-Kapeller May 10
New (open access) publication: Empire in Crisis: Gothic Invasions and Roman Historiography, edited by Jana Grusková from our , together with Fritz Mitthof and Gunther Martin , , For free download here:
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mary beard May 10
I have developed a wholly predictable love/hate relationship with Zoom.
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Classics_UWA May 8
The Australian Ballet presents Spartacus, in a production by Lucas Jervies. Set in Roman times, the production follows the exploits of Spartacus, the rebellious leader of a major slave uprising against the Roman Republic. via
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CUP Classics May 8
"...Miller and Sarris have produced a wonderful resource for students and scholars alike...They deserve the thanks of historians and legal historians everywhere for their elegant, insightful, and well-analyzed rendering of Justinian’s legislation." --Speculum
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UWA Library May 6
Hey UWA researchers! The Library is continuing to provide access to our services and support in new ways to minimise disruptions resulting from COVID-19. Everything you need to know is covered here:
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Roman Britain News May 6
Watch: National Theatre – Antony & Cleopatra
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Classics_UWA May 6
Looking forward to the forthcoming English translation of the final part of Foucault's History of Sexuality (Histoire de la sexualité 4: Les aveux de la chair) due out in January 2021.
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