Languages at Sydney – High School information webinar: Ancient Greek

Studying Ancient Greek Languages at Sydney: Go Global will proceed as a special virtual event this year. The registration deadline has been extended to Monday, 10 August 2020*. *Students and teachers who have already registered for our 2020 event do not need to re-register. Join us to discover how you can take your next step …

Teaching Classical Languages Symposium 2020

Teaching Classical Languages Symposium 2020 The Teaching Classical Languages symposium is a forum in which instructors share their experiences teaching Latin and Ancient Greek. Speakers from several Australian universities and NSW secondary schools will reveal their insights into pedagogies, strategies, and more. A particular focus is how recent events have inspired teachers into re-thinking how …

Classics and Ancient History seminar series

Alyce Cannon | University of Sydney Transitional Friends: Dogs, Choes, and the Iconography of Attachment We love dogs at CCANESA! So we’re especially excited to announce our final online Classics research seminar, on Thursday the 4th of June at 4:15pm! Our speaker will be the amazing Alyce Cannon (University of Sydney) who’ll present her PhD …

Classics and Ancient History seminar series

Associate Professor Trevor Evans | Macquarie University ‘How many Greek authors does it take to “make a letter” Greek?’ Welcome to the Classics and Ancient History Online Research Seminars for Semester 1, 2020. The expression ‘make a letter’ (ποιῶ ἐπιστολήν) turns up in a Greek papyrus from Egypt of the third century BCE. How Greek …

Classics and Ancient History seminar series

Robert Cowan | The University of Sydney ‘‘The third lifecycle of Philokleon in Aristophanes’ Wasps.’’ Welcome to the Classics and Ancient History Online Research Seminars for Semester 1, 2020. We are very grateful to our presenters for contributing to the program. Each paper or presentation will be between 20 and 30 minutes in length, and …

Classics and Ancient History seminar series

Natalie Mendes | The University of Sydney Poor Offerings by Late Antique Peasants: Evidence for Pagan Ritual in Post-Constantinian North Africa.’ Welcome to the Classics and Ancient History Online Research Seminars for Semester 1, 2020. We are very grateful to our presenters for contributing to the program. Each paper or presentation will be between 20 and …

Volcanic people: Vesuvius before and after the AD 79 eruption | Public lecture

Volcanic people: Vesuvius before and after the AD 79 eruption Public Lecture Welcome and introduction | Dr Estelle Lazer Estelle will give a short update on the Pompeii Cast Project in 2019 Lecture | Dr Girolamo Ferdinando de Simone  “Volcanic people: Vesuvius before and after the AD 79 eruption” Girolamo Ferdinando De Simone is a classical …

Department of Classics and Ancient History Seminar Series Thursday 7 November

Department of Classics and Ancient History Seminar Series Plato’s Conception of Philosophy and the Problem of Understanding Morality Stephen Gaukroger | Emeritus Professor History of Philosophy and History of Science at the University of Sydney Plato provided a model for what philosophy was in the classical world, but just what this model was requires some …

Futures of International Order Series

Remembering 1919 and the origins of the International Economic Order THE PANEL: Dr. Yves Rees (LaTrobe) Dr. Aditya Balsubramanian (ANU) Dr. Pierre Eichenberger (Lausanne/New School) Dr. Ben Huf (Sydney) Chaired by Prof. Glenda Sluga THE CHALLENGE: 100 years ago, the Treaty of Versailles was signed in the glittering Hall of Mirrors, outlining the peace settlements …