Research Presentations by PhD students
This week, our current PGR students will give short presentations on their current research. All welcome. Ben Pullan. Reading Pietas in the Appendix Vergiliana; Bijan Omrani. Euripides: Old gods and new philosophies; Rachael Bundy. Ovid’s engendered nightingale: representations of masculine authority and female lamentation in English literature, 1554-1922; Liz Scarth. Battleground of the Mind: Roman Psychological Trauma; Siwaree Attamana. Interaction between the Roman Empire and southeast Asia, c. 100 BC – AD 400; Alasdair Gilmour. The impact of Rome on European Iron Age societies: A cross-societal study of pottery use using merged computer-generated typologies; Lucas Amaya. Title TBC.
|A Department of Classics and Ancient History seminar|
|Date||25 October 2017|
|Place||Harrison Building 215|
Harrison Building 215