We can now announce our programme of Aberdeen Classical Association Zoom talks for this semester.
We’ll be sticking with the Tuesday evening slot, 5-30 to 7pm fortnightly.
We’re hoping to be able to make Gordon Noble’s talk on 26th October an ‘in person’ event, but we have yet to find a venue. Watch this space for updates! If we cannot find a venue, this talk will also take place on Zoom. If you’d like to attend any of the talks please email email@example.com for joining details.
14th Sept.: Paul Cartledge (Cambridge University), – ‘Thebes: the
Forgotten City of Ancient Greece’
28th Sept.: John Wilkins (Exeter University) – title tbc
12th Oct.: Elizabeth DePalma Digeser (University of California, Santa
Barbara) – ‘Projecting Power in Precarity: Constantinian Milestones’
26th Oct.: Gordon Noble (University of Aberdeen) – title tbc
9th Nov.: Michael Scott (Warwick University), – ‘Realities and Myths of
the ancient Olympic Games’
23rd Nov.: Alessandro Barchiesi (New York University) – ‘Doomscrolling
at Segesta: an allusion to Lycophron in Virgil’
7th Dec.: Naomi Scott (University of Nottingham) – ’Laughter in
fragments: Greek comedy in ancient encyclopaedias’