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Communicating Ancient Greece and Rome (CAGR) programme, 2010-2012

11-03-2013 10:01

Building on the success of the Communicating Ancient Greece and Rome (CAGR) programme, 2010-2012, the APGRD is running a second version of the two-year training programme for graduates and Early Career Researchers interested in public engagement. For a second time, the programme is generously funded by the AHRC and organized by the Classics Faculty's Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD).

The first CAGR programme focused on sharing a range of skills with researchers that are integral to public engagement activities. This new version takes the next step in helping researchers to build sustainable partnerships with organizations in the media, arts and heritage, and education sectors. Participants will work closely with experts and professionals in a series of interactive sessions to explore the creative potential for making research on ancient Greece and Rome accessible and relevant to a variety of audiences. The sessions will, in most cases, include a visit to a partner organization to see it in operation. Participants will also have the chance to learn from CAGR alumni. In addition to these interactive sessions, participants will work directly with a professional partner to design and deliver a high-quality public programme.


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