Please note that this programme is provisional, as some speakers may have to be cancelled due to lack of funds.
All seminars take place at 5.10pm in the John Percival Building, Cardiff University
12th October, room 4.45. Dr John Curran, Queen’s University Belfast, Jesus in Josephus’ Testimonium Flavianum?
26th October, room 0.31, Classical Association Lecture (in association with the Roman Society). Dr Mary Harlow, University of Leicester, How long did it take to make a toga?
9th November room 4.45, Dr Lisa Hau, University of Glasgow, Pathos with a Point: Teaching Lessons through Pathos in Greek Historiography
23th November, 0.31, Classical Association Lecture, Dr Maria Pretzler, Swansea University, Sparta’s Peloponnesian Allies: Who, When, How… and Why?
7th December, room 0.31, Chiara Stazzulla, Cardiff University,The Importance of Being Volumnius: Double Identities in Late Republican Perusia
1st February, room 4.45, Dr David Leith, University of Exeter, The Role of the Brain in Early Hellenistic Medicine
29th February, room 4.45, Caroline Musgrove, University of Cambridge, The Medical Writer’s Woman in the Fourth Century AD
7th March, room 2.03, Classical Association Lecture, Professor Diana Spencer, University of Birmingham, TBC
14th March, room 2.03, Classical Association Lecture, Dr Maria Fragoulaki, Cardiff University, Athenian Kleruchies Revisited: Settlement Patterns in Thucydides
11th April, room 4.45, Alexia Miltiadous-Johansson, Cardiff University, Housing and Households in Roman Cyprus and Crete: a Contextual and Quantitative Approach