During term time, the postgraduate community run an informal seminar series where they get together, share work in progress, and practise presenting papers in a friendly, inclusive environment. It gives postgraduate students the opportunity to talk about their work, find out what other postgraduates in the department are working on, and experience presenting current research and chairing papers.
This semester, the seminars are being organised by Carolyn La Rocco and Niels Arends. All seminars will be held at 1pm on Fridays, online in MS Teams, unless otherwise stated. If you would like to attend the seminars, please email a request for the meeting link to either Carolyn, firstname.lastname@example.org , or Niels, email@example.com.
|19 February 2021||Niels Arends||The village of Varsi: Peasants, property and the ‘outside’.|
|26 February 2021||Xiyuan Meng||Teucer’s New Salamis: Writing Exhortations in Virgil, Horace, and Valerius Flaccus.|
|12 March 2021||Ed Armstrong||tbc|
|2 April 2021||Alex Elliott||The Death of the Trireme?: The Battle of the Hellespont Re-examined (324 CE)|
|9 April 2021||Elaine Rankin||The transport of wine in the Roman world|
|16 April 2021||Sanne van den Berg||Tacitus’ Agricola or how to be a Roman senator during an autocratic regime|
|23 April 2021||Bart Danon||Timocracy, wealth and resilience in Roman Italy|