The Department of Classics and Archaeology at the University of Nottingham has announced this semester’s series of talks, starting this Thursday.

The talks will be MS Teams Live Events. Access to each is via a web-link. The link for this week’s talk is here. To get the links for any subsequent events send an e-mail to [email protected], or look out for the adverts on the Twitter feed @UoNClassics in the days leading up to each talk. Links become active 15 minutes before the start-time of the talk.

Talks take place on Thursdays at 5-6pm, except on March 11.

Feb 11: Byron Waldron (Sydney): “From Romula to Galeria Valeria: The Women of the Tetrarchy”

Feb 25: Double-bill on major departmental projects:
Hannah O’Regan: “Box-Office Bears: Animal Baiting in Early Modern England”
and Alex Mullen: “Latinization of the North-Western Roman Provinces (LatinNOW)”

Mar 11, at 1-2pm not 5-6: Rosa Andújar (KCL): “Choral Fragmentation in Greek Tragedy”

Apr 22: Sarah Inskip (Leicester): “Reconstructing the Lives of the Medieval Inhabitants of the Hospital of St John the Evangelist, Cambridge: A Multidisciplinary Osteoarchaeology”

May 6: Postgraduate double-bill: Ben White and David Osborne, titles TBC

The ‘Sparta Live’ series also continues on Feb 18, Mar 4 and Mar 18. For further information about these talks please contact [email protected]ac.uk.

On April 29 Simon Malloch and Tiziana D’Angelo will be talking on ‘Classical Intersections: art and text in Roman and Etruscan history’. This event is pitched for a broader audience, including school years 12-13.