Whatever happened to Greek tragedy?
Inaugural Lecture by Professor Matthew Wright
Greek tragedy is one of the most popular and best known genres of ancient literature. But it is not as well known as we like to think, for today all that remains of tragedy is a mere thirty-two plays, a tiny fraction of what once existed. This lecture investigates what happened to all the other plays, and imagines a counterfactual scenario in which a completely different selection of tragedies happened to survive.
|A Department of Classics and Ancient History lecture|
|Date||22 November 2017|
|Time||17:30 to 18:30|
|Place||Newman Purple LT|
The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception from 6.30pm - 8.00pm in the foyer of Newman Building.
|Provider||Department of Classics and Ancient History|
|Registration information||To book a place, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01392 722199|
|Poster___Professor_Matthew_Wright_Inaugural_Lecture___Wednesday_22nd_November_2017.pdf||Poster - Professor Matthew Wright Inaugural Lecture - 22nd November 2017 (2449K)|
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