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An inaugural lecture by Paul Cartledge, A G Leventis Professor of Greek Culture

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'Forever Young: why Cambridge has a Professorship of Greek Culture'
An inaugural lecture by Professor Paul Cartledge to mark the establishment of the A G Leventis Professorship...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 18 Feb 2009


A valedictory lecture by Paul Cartledge, A G Leventis Professor of Greek Culture

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‘FORWARD TO THE PAST! HELLO TO DEMOCRACY, SPARTA, AND ALL THAT’
A VALEDICTORY Lecture by THE AG LEVENTIS PROFESSOR OF GREEK CULTURE
Professor Paul Cartledge
On THURSDAY 20TH...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Thu 27 Feb 2014


Choral Dance and the New Musical Reinvention of Dionysus, Eric Csapo (Corbett Lecture 2015)

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Euripides’ choral odes after ca. 425 BC frequently describe other choruses dancing. The projected chorus’ movements wherever described are circular, and the projected choruses...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Tue 22 Dec 2015


Classics@Cambridge

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A short introductory movie about studying at the Faculty of Classics.

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Fri 3 Oct 2008


Corbett lecture 2010

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Professor Michael Clarke, NUI Galway, on 'The Flesh and Bones of Epic: Comparative Perspectives on Homeric and Irish Traditions'

Collection: Corbett lecture

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Tue 30 Nov 2010


Corbett Lecture 2011

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Julia Annas, Regents Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona on 'Changing from within: Plato's later political thinking'.

Collection: Corbett lecture

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Fri 18 Nov 2011


‘Deliberation and Democracy in Sophocles’ Theban Plays’ - Edith Hall

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A lecture given by Edith Hall on Monday 25th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Richard Hunter.

Collection: Triennial 2011

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011


Godlikeness - a Valedictory Lecture by David Sedley, Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy.

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Godlikeness - a Valedictory Lecture by David Sedley, Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy.

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 4 Jun 2014


‘How Classical was the Classical Revival? Jews and Judaism in the Renaissance Vision of Antiquity’ - Anthony Grafton

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A lecture given by Anthony Grafton on Wednesday 27th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Malcolm...

Collection: Triennial 2011

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011


Infancy, childhood and play in ancient Greek philosophy

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The second of the 2015 Gray Lectures, given by Professor Malcolm Schofield on Thursday 21 May 2015. Introduction and concluding remarks by James Clackson.

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 3 Jun 2015


Infancy, childhood and play in ancient Greek philosophy

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The first of the 2015 Gray Lectures, given by Professor Malcolm Schofield on Tuesday 19 May 2015. Introduction by James Clackson; concluding remarks by David Sedley.

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Tue 2 Jun 2015


Infancy, Childhood and Play in Ancient Greek Philosophy (Seminar)

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The Seminar from the Gray Lecture Series 2015. Malcolm Schofield discusses "Plato's Puppet

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 3 Jun 2015


Migration and language: ancient perspectives

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A talk given by James Clackson at the Hay Festival on Friday 29 May 2015.

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Tue 2 Jun 2015


Of prickly heroes, powerful gods, and puzzled sailors - or how much Indo-European did Homer know? (Corbett Lecture 2016)

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Many of the differences between Homeric and Classical Greek are due to the chronological and/or dialectal gap separating the two varieties, and the ‘artificial’ element in epic...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Fri 18 Nov 2016


Prof. Paul Cartledge and Prof. Malcolm Schofield in conversation with Max Kramer

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An interview about the study of Classics today from a perspective of two lifetimes in Classical studies. A shortened version is printed in the 2015 Faculty Newsletter.

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Fri 24 Apr 2015


"Rethinking Greek Historical Linguistics" - J H Gray Lecture 2014

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J H Gray Lecture 2014

"Rethinking Greek Historical Linguistics"

Donald Ringe
Khan Term Professor of Linguistics,
University of Pennsylvania

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Fri 23 May 2014


‘Seeing Rome from its seven hills’ - Carrie Vout

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A lecture given by Carrie Vout on Wednesday 27th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Simon Goldhill.

Collection: Triennial 2011

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011


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