The annual event took place earlier this week to celebrate excellent student research in the Faculty of Arts
Free 3 week online course 'World War 1: Changing faces of heroism' starts March 9th
Federico Faloppa’s book 'To Wash an Ethiop White' is part of a multi-year investigation on the historical construction and representation of ethnic otherness through the use of language. Starts at 4:00 pm.
The exhibition is based on the work of contemporary New Zealand print-maker Marian Maguire. Starts at 10:00 am.
Greek social and cultural history, especially sexuality, myth and religion; particular interests in personifications (including Nemesis), Herakles and the Trojan War; receptions of classical myth.
Philippa tells us about why she chose Classics, and the importance of going to the Library!