Email firstname.lastname@example.org for 40% Book reduction & Teachers’ notes for Literature Cambridge online courses: *Odysseus the Storyteller, Weds 6 – 7.30pm UK time 5th Oct.-Nov.2022 https://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/book-classical/course-odysseus *The Aeneid Weds 11 Jan.-8 Feb.2023 [How] does Virgil translate Homer’s heroes? https://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/book-classical/virgil-course BOOK
Bridging, not minding, the gap [between Classics and Classical Civilisation]
via Class Civ A Level teaching with glossed texts; some theoretical and practical considerations Classics for All, Teaching Classics, the OU’s Classical Studies OpenLearn and so many other wonderful outreach programmes are offering a start for those wanting to learn
LAST CALL! FOR SUBMISSIONS: Religion and Collection conf.
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Seminal AHHE Special Issue:Humanities & the Liberal University: Calls to Action & Exemplary Essays
A Special Issue of writings from and inspired by: Arendt, Attridge, Barnett, Bhabha, Clarke, Deegan, Derrida, Evans, Heaney, Kanter, Mandela, Moltow, Ndebele, Nussbaum, Stimpson, Strathern, Tagore, New Voices and Editors. *How do we defend the Humanities? *How do we stave
The Humanities without condition AHHE article by Derek Attridge
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Tuning History Special Issue
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Critical Creativity: a symposium for Timothy Mathews
Critical Creativity: a symposium for Timothy Mathews Friday 22nd Sept. Organised by UCL School of European Languages, Culture and Society Why does engagement with art matter? As Timothy Mathews retires from his long career as Professor of Comparative Criticism in the French
Conf. Programme English: Shared Futures Wed 5th-Fri 7th July Newcastle, UK
THE STUDY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, LANGUAGE AND CREATIVE WRITING IS AN IMPORTANT AND DYNAMIC ENTERPRISE. We will celebrate the discipline’s intellectual strength, diversity and creativity and explore its futures in the nations of the UK and across the world. Wednesday
Hubris: an ancient concept for a modern age?
Shaoni Bhattacharya What did four of the last five British Prime Ministers have in spades? So offensive a vice (or quality) that it was a crime in ancient Athens, that even children, slaves and women – who had no rights
What are they thinking?
(Photo credit: Isaac James Creative. AAMC Foundation) An email has this banner image across the top. What are you likely to think? If you are me, you recognize “my world.” A lecture hall, filled with name-tagged, slightly bored people. What