Women Who Made History
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We are very pleased to announce the provisional programme for the Ancient and Modern Knowledges Colloquium, Friday 22 - Saturday 23 June in Sheffield.
If you would like to attend this free colloquium please email email@example.com by Monday 18 June
Call for Papers
Elegy: New Approaches
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In 2004, Catullus scholars gathered in the Treehouse at The University of Newcastle to talk Catullus. This memorable event, aptly named ‘Catullus in the Treehouse,’ resulted in the first Special Issue of Antichthon, ‘Catullus in Contemporary Perspective’ in 2006.
After 14 years, and due to popular demand, it’s time to revisit ‘Catullus in the Treehouse’ with another one-day conference to celebrate Catullus, his poetry, his life and his legacy.
You are invited to attend one or two research events at The University of Newcastle on:
THURS 4 OCTOBER 9-5: A one-day conference, ‘Future Directions in Australasian Classical Receptions’
and / or
FRI 5 OCTOBER 10-3: A workshop for postgraduates and honours students on their current research in Classical Reception Studies.
Please send your abstracts for day one by 1 August to Marguerite Johnson, The University of Newcastle: email@example.com
Ancient and Modern Knowledges: A Two-Day Colloquium at the University of Sheffield
22-23 June 2018