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UCL and Jagiellonian University Seminar 2018

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The Departments of Greek and Latin and History at UCL, and the Departments of Classics and Ancient History at Jagiellonian University in Kraków, with the generous support of the A.G. Leventis Foundation, are happy to announce a day of research talks on various topics in Classical studies on 28th June, 2018 (starting at 9:30 AM and ending about 6 PM). The intention of the conference is to showcase the research ongoing in the two departments, and to open avenues of dialogue and research collaboration between our two institutions, and more generally between scholars in various disciplines of Classics based in Poland and the United Kingdom. The conference will take place on UCL’s Bloomsbury campus, in room 347 of the School of Slavic and East European Studies (16 Taviton St London, WC1H 0BW). There is no fee for attendance, and everyone who is interested in coming is cordially invited. Speakers will include Joanna Janik (classical Greek oratory: TBA), Aleksandra Kleczar (Greek literature, especially the Alexander Romance, and dialogue between the Greek and Jewish literary traditions: TBA), and Dariusz Piwowarczyk (’A computational approach to Latin historical phonology’) from Kraków, and Rosie Harman (’Politics and Form in Xenophon’); Hans van Wees (TBA), and Peter Agócs (‘Sending Songs in Pindar and Bacchylides’) from UCL. (Further information about titles will be provided shortly).

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