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The Women’s Classical Committee was founded in 2015 to support women in classics and promote feminist and gender-informed perspectives in classics.
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Dr Victoria Leonard Feb 13
This month's remote editing session will take place on 27 February 13.00-15.00 GMT. We will be working to foreground & women in classics (very broadly conceived). Please join us! Check out the Project Page:
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Dr Victoria Leonard Feb 9
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Dr Lisa Lodwick Feb 10
Some new pages for Prof Penelope Davies Prof Lucia Prauscello
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WCC UK Feb 13
Sounds like a roaring success! ✨
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Dr Victoria Leonard Feb 12
📢📢📢 Ok people, shout me out your glories, achievements, and triumphs! So pages you've created, edits you've made, how the word has spread... The Project Page needs updating! 🙌🎓🌟 Check it out here:
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Peter J. Miller Feb 12
Did you miss 's New Directions in Classics talk on the project ? It's now available in HD quality on our YouTube channel: . If you can support our free public lecture series in Classics, donate here:
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Dr. Sarah Bond Feb 13
Replying to @britishlibrary
Perhaps my favorite late antique legal scholar is Caroline Humfress, who has an excellent chapter in the Cambridge Companion to the Age of Justinian on Justinianic legal work: Do learn more about her here:
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Dr. Liz Gloyn Feb 11
Are you a graduate student going to ? Did you know about the Take A Grad Student to Lunch scheme? Find out more and sign up over at
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Dr Victoria Leonard Feb 9
Replying to @womeninclassics
There are loads of people who make happen! We really rely on people getting involved and actually MAKING CHANGE HAPPEN. Women and their achievements need to be properly represented online
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WCC UK Feb 9
Replying to @UWinnipeg_CLAS
Thanks for the thread, it's a great summary of what do ✨
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WCC UK Feb 9
How do I get involved with ? Become an editor! Follow on Twitter Use your specialist knowledge Take photos ... With permission! Of people with pages without photos.
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WCC UK Feb 9
Three amazing people working to get more women in Wikipedia!
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WCC UK Feb 9
Wiki editing is easier than you'd think. You don't even need a computer. I (Miller) do most of it on my phone in the Wikipedia app
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WCC UK Feb 9
writers are amazing! ✨👏
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UWinnipeg Classics Feb 7
Replying to @UWinnipeg_CLAS
There’s a huge list of individuals who have attained the notability quotient but don’t have their own page yet. Here’s a shot of some of them.
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UWinnipeg Classics Feb 7
Replying to @Wikipedia
The project is hosted on , which makes it easy to keep it up to date-and out of the hands of individuals. Check it out here:
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WCC UK Feb 9
These tweets highlighting women classicists are great! Thanks so much, Victoria ✨
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Dr Victoria Leonard Feb 9
Meet Gisela Hellenkemper Salies (1944 – 1999), a German classical archaeologist and museum curator
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Dr Victoria Leonard Feb 9
Meet Casey Dué Hackney, Professor of Classical Studies at the University of Houston . Hackney published Achilles Unbound: Multiformity and Tradition in the Homeric Epics (2018)
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Dr Victoria Leonard Feb 9
Meet Nikita Gill, poet & writer. She gives feminist retellings of ancient myth. She has 559,000 followers on Instagram & has been described as 'one of the most exciting young writers working today'
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