The Department of Ancient Classics is pleased to host the following speakers this semester:
6 March 2020 Prof. Victoria Rimell (Warwick)
‘Irritating wounds: philosophy, medicine and an ethics of care in Seneca’s Ad Helviam.’
13 March 2020 Prof. Catharine Edwards (Birkbeck, London)
‘Embodying time: the Great Mother and the mutilated body in Ovid’s Fasti.’
3 April 2020 Dr. Juliane Zachhuber (Wadham, Oxford)
‘Religious narratives in space and stone: the epigraphic culture of the Lindian Athena sanctuary.’
24 April 2020 Niamh Hopkins (Maynooth)
‘Getting our heads around Kephalos: introducing debt in Plato’s Republic.’
Except where indicated, all meetings will be held on Fridays at 16:00 in John Hume Lecture Theatre 7.
All most welcome..
Maynooth Classics Seminar - Semester 2 2020