Classics@Cambridge

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Created: 2008-10-03 13:39
Institution: Faculty of Classics
Description: Media relating to the Faculty of Classics.
 

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"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


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


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


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 2017

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The Corbett Lecture is an annual lecture by a distinguished scholar on a theme connected with ancient Greece.

This lecture 'How to Know Everything: Protagoras and the Birth of...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Thu 16 Nov 2017


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


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

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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 (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


J H Gray Lecture 2018

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Security: a Roman metaphor
Lectures on the idea of security in Roman thought and literature
Professor Michèle Lowrie, University of Chicago
Salus: hierarchy, reciprocity, and...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 16 May 2018


J H Gray Lecture 2018

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Security: a Roman metaphor
Lectures on the idea of security in Roman thought and literature
Professor Michèle Lowrie, University of Chicago
Cura: anxiety and tending in Vergil...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 16 May 2018


J H Gray Lecture 2018

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Security: a Roman metaphor
Lectures on the idea of security in Roman thought and literature
Professor Michèle Lowrie, University of Chicago
Securitas: emperor and citizen

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 16 May 2018


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


New Scientific Methods and Discoveries at Villa A and Oplontis B, Torre Annunziata, Italy - J H Gray Lecture 2017

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A lecture by Professor John R. Clarke, Annie Laurie Howard Regents Professor in Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin.
More information about The Oplontis Project is...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Mon 22 May 2017


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


The delivery of a cast of the Samos kouros sculpture.

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The delivery of a cast of the Samos kouros sculpture to the Faculty of Classics, February 16 2007

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Mon 15 Dec 2008


The Look of Luxury and the Framework for Commerce at Oplontis - J H Gray Lecture 2017

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A lecture by Professor John R. Clarke, Annie Laurie Howard Regents Professor in Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin.
More information about The Oplontis Project is...

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Mon 22 May 2017


‘Dangerous Lunatics’: Cambridge and Comparative Philology

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The inaugural lecture by Professor James Clackson, Professor of Comparative Philology, at Little Hall, Sidgwick Site on May 19, 2017.

Collection: Classics@Cambridge

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Tue 30 May 2017