Category Archives: Conferences
The second network research workshop, which we all hope will be established as an annual event – Carol Atack and Helen Roche have agreed to explore the possibility of hosting it in Cambridge next year – took place in Bristol … Continue reading
The programme for the event has now been confirmed (subject of course to random amendments). It will be held in The Cabot Room, The Hawthorns, Woodland Road, Bristol Friday 7th December 10.30: Coffee 11.00: Welcome 11.10: Christian Wendt (Freie Universität … Continue reading
June 28th – 29th 2012, University of Bristol Thucydides has been a highly influential figure in the modern world, in academic debate and western culture. This international conference will explore the way his work has shaped ideas on understanding the … Continue reading
Thucydides, our Father: A Conversation on the Politics of the History Washington State Convention Center, Room TBA Seattle, Sunday 4th September 2011, 10am-2pm, followed by late lunch. Organizers: Neville Morley and Christine Lee, in association with the AHRC-funded project, Thucydides: … Continue reading
The UK Political Studies Association has established a new specialist group on ‘Contemporary Aristotelian Studies’. The group’s inaugural conference (‘Contemporary Aristotelian Studies in Politics’) will be held at London Metropolitan University, on Friday, 3 June, 2011. Details here.
Ancient Ideas in the Modern World: Reinventing the Legacy of Greece Faculty of Classics (room 1.11), University of Cambridge, Friday 8th July 2011 This postgraduate conference aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum for those working on the reception of classical … Continue reading
11am Coffee/registration (Classics Faculty room 1.10) 11.15 Welcome: Professor Paul Cartledge, AG Leventis Professor of Greek Culture, Faculty of Classics, Cambridge 11.30am-1pm Panel 1: Germany between ancient and modern Chair: Carol Atack Charles Clavey (Cambridge, PTIH): The young Nietzsche and … Continue reading