Shakespeare gave and withheld knowledge to craft his plot and engage his audience. We are taken on a guided ride from which we glimpse what the playwright chooses thus forming our layers of knowledge through which we are manipulated. What we know can be based on dialogue from the characters, or reported speech of events off stage or in times before the play's action, or even what we knew before attending the play,
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Guerrilla War and Insurgency: Lessons from History
In the recent translation of Homer’s The Odyssey by Emily Wilson, she writes that the “poem is concerned, above all, with the duties and dangers involved in welcoming foreigners into one’s home.” This panel aims to develop the significance of Homer’s epic in overcoming boundaries of different sorts—spatial, temporal, geopolitical, and cultural.
An international conference, co-organized by Anna Corrias (UCL) and Eva Del Soldato (University of Pennsylvania), co-sponsored by UCL, UPenn and the British Academy.
Speakers will include Stephen Gersh, Anna Corrias, Guido Giglioni, George Karamanolis, Eva Del Soldato, Hanna Gentili, and Allegra Baggio Corradi
UCL, Gordon Square (25), Room 107
29 June 2018
Chair: Valery Rees (School of Economic Science)
Women Who Made History
The Editorial Board of the peer-reviewed Metropolitan Museum Journal invites submissions of original research on works of art in the
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 firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 18 June
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Elegy: New Approaches