During lockdown, our gardens have never seemed more precious. Professor Annalisa Marzano (Classics) is investigating ancient Roman gardens and here she explains what she’s found.
Professor Parkinson’s lecture will illustrate the gradual evolution of an LGBT history project at the British Museum in a variety of formats, including A Little Gay History (2013) and subsequent…Read More >
HoLLTnet international meeting: ‘Bi/Multilingualism and the History of Language Learning and Teaching’ University of Reading, United Kingdom, 6-7 July 2018 HoLLTnet (www.hollt.net) is a Research Network of AILA (L’Association Internationale…Read More >
Explore the ancient world through a digital lens. Experience robots, holograms, 3D printing and virtual models of Ancient cities and treasures. At this family friendly event you can get hands-on…Read More >
‘The Symbolism of the Roman Eagle’ Talk by Benjamin Greet
Children have been getting to grips with reed pens, papyrus and wax tablets in an immersive ancient schoolroom experience conceived by Eleanor Dickey, Professor of Classics. Here she tells us…Read More >