Lectures

As a result of the Covid-19 epidemic, no lectures will be taking place in the Ioannou Centre, Examination Schools or other University venues during Trinity Term 2020. Please see below for further information about this term's teaching arrangements.

 

Teaching Arrangements for Trinity Term 2020

Greek and Latin language classes: Your class tutor will contact you will details of the teaching arrangements for this term.

French, German and Italian for Classicists; Reading German for Classical Archaeologists: Classes will continue with a mixture of online guided study and live online sessions. Your tutor will contact you with further details.

Lectures, seminars and non-language classes: Many of these will be replaced by recorded lectures in Panopto (replay) or live online sessions. A schedule will be published here as soon as details have been finalised.

Lecture Schedule for Trinity Term 2020

The table below lists the lectures that will be taking place this term in the form of recorded lectures on Panopto (Replay) or live sessions in Microsoft Teams.

Where lectures are being recorded, tutors will aim to upload their lectures to the Panopto system in accordance with the schedule given below. Students are advised to access the recordings on a weekly basis as they would during a normal term.

Where live sessions are being held, tutors will either contact students directly or publish a link in Canvas to enable students to join the session.

 

Ancient History - General Topics
Historiography: Ancient and Modern Prof N Luraghi 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Sexuality and Gender in Greece and Rome (Revision) Dr J Zachhuber, Dr L Lazar Mondays 10.00-11.00 (weeks 2 and 3) live sessions in MS Teams
Ancient History - Greek History
Alexander's Early Successors Dr C de Lisle 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Greek Historiography Prof R Thomas 8 lectures (weeks 1-8) lecture capture on Panopto
Greek Religion Dr K Sekita 8 lectures (weeks 1-8) lecture capture on Panopto
Ancient History - Roman History
Roman History 146-70 BC Prof N Purcell 8 lectures (weeks 1-8) lecture capture on Panopto
Classical Archaeology
Art under the Roman Empire III Dr P Stewart 8 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto + online roundup sessions (see Canvas for further details)
Art under the Roman Empire: Revision Dr C Potts 2 lectures (weeks 3 and 4) lecture capture on Panopto + live Q&A sessions on Fridays at 12:00-13:00 in weeks 3 and 4
Cities and Settlement: Revision Prof A Wilson Mondays 14:00-15:00 (weeks 1 and 2) live sessions in MS Teams
Classical Sanctuaries Dr M Melfi 6 lectures (weeks 1-3) lecture capture on Panopto + live Q&A sessions on Fridays at 12:00-13:00 in weeks 1-3
Etruscan Italy I Dr C Potts 8 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Etruscan Italy: Revision Dr C Potts Fridays 12:00-13:00 (weeks 1 and 2) live sessions in MS Teams
Greek Art and Archaeology: Revision Dr R Wood Fridays 14:00-16:00 (weeks 3 and 4) live sessions in MS Teams
Hellenistic Art and Archaeology: Revision Dr R Wood Fridays 14:00-16:00 (weeks 1 and 2) live sessions in MS Teams
Imperial Culture and Society, AD 50-150: Revision Dr C Potts, Dr G Kantor Tuesdays 15:00-16:00 (weeks 2 and 4) live sessions in MS Teams
Rome, Italy and the Hellenistic East, 300-100 BC: Revision Dr J Thomas 2 lectures (weeks 1 and 2) lecture capture on Panopto + live sessions in MS Teams on Tuesdays at 14:00-15:00 in weeks 1 and 2
Literature: Classics & English Link Papers
Epic (Classics and English) Dr M Hosty 3 lectures (weeks 1-3) lecture capture on Panopto
Epic (Classics and English) Dr M Hosty Tuesdays 14:00-15:00 (weeks 4-8) classes (format TBC)
Literature: Greek Literature
Greek Core Dr E Greensmith 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Greek Tragedy Dr K Sekita 6 lectures (weeks 1-6) lecture capture on Panopto
Literature: Latin Literature
Latin Core Dr B Taylor 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Latin Didactic: Virgil, Georgics Dr A Buglass 4 lectures (weeks 3-6) lecture capture on Panopto
Ovid, Tristia I Dr L Pitcher 6 lectures (weeks 1-6) lecture capture on Panopto
Virgil, Eclogues Dr A Buglass 2 lectures (weeks 1 and 2) lecture capture on Panopto
Literature: Papyrology, Palaeography and Textual Criticism
Advanced Literary Papyrology Dr D Colomo Wednesdays 12:00-13:00 (weeks 1-4) live sessions in MS Teams
Mods and Prelims: AMH Prelims
Sallust, Jugurtha Dr A Clark 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Mods and Prelims: Language Papers
Greek Language: Lysias, Speeches 1 & 3 Dr G Westwood 4 lectures (weeks 5-8) lecture capture on Panopto
Latin Language: Cicero, Philippics I Prof G Hutchinson 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto + live Q&A sessions in MS Teams on Wednesdays at 17:00 (weeks 1-4)
Mods and Prelims: Texts and Contexts
Texts and Contexts: Aeschylus, Persae and Herodotus Prof J Lightfoot 2 lectures (weeks 1-2) lecture capture on Panopto
Texts and Contexts: Aristophanes, Frogs Dr F Favi 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Texts and Contexts: Euripides, Bacchae Dr S Scullion 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto
Philology
Advanced Indo-European Phonology Topics Prof P Probert Wednesdays 15:15-17:00 (weeks 5-8) live sessions in MS Teams
Indo-European, Greek and Latin: Morphology Dr A Vatri Mondays and Thursdays 12:00-13:00 (weeks 1-4) live Q&A sessions on MS Teams + lecture capture on Panopto
Introduction to the History of Greek Prof P Probert Tuesdays 09:00-10:00 (weeks 1-8) live sessions in MS Teams + prerecorded version on Panopto
Introduction to the History of Latin Prof W de Melo 8 lectures (weeks 1-8) lecture capture on Panopto + questions by email
Linguistic description of Latin I: Topics Dr V Fendel, Dr M Bianconi 4 lectures (weeks 1-4) lecture capture on Panopto + live Q&A sessions on MS Teams on Mondays at 10:15 & 15:45 (weeks 2 and 3) and 09:00 & 18:00 (week 5)
Graduate Seminars and Classes
Comparative Philology Graduate Seminar: Work in Progress Prof P Probert, Prof W de Melo, Dr A Vatri, Dr R Meyer Tuesdays 14:15-16:00 (weeks 2-7) live sessions in MS Teams
Research Techniques in Classical Literature Prof G Hutchinson Thursdays 16:30-18:00 (weeks 1-3) live sessions in MS Teams
Research Seminars
Epigraphy Workshop Dr C Crowther, Dr C Kuhn, Prof A Meadows, Dr J Zachhuber Mondays 13:00-14:00 (weeks TBC) live sessions in MS Teams
Seminar on Jewish History and Literature in the Graeco-Roman Period Prof M Goodman Tuesday 14:15-15:45 (weeks 2-6) live sessions in MS Teams (please contact Prof Goodman to join the seminar)

 

Information about the lecture list in a normal term (not applicable in Trinity Term 2020 - please see above for details).

The Faculty lecture list is available online. Undergraduate lectures and graduate seminars are normally only open to current students of the University. Non-members of the University should contact the relevant lecturer or seminar organiser as well as the manager of the relevant venue in advance for permission to attend. All lectures take place in Weeks 1-8 of term and last for one hour unless otherwise stated.

Please note the following indications in the online lecture list:

* This class is only open to students by prior invitation.

(biennial) This lecture/class is given in alternate academic years and will not be repeated next year.

(lc) This lecture series will be recorded on the Panopto lecture capture system.

Academic staff and students of other universities and members of the public are welcome to attend research seminars and public lectures held in the Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies. Term cards for research seminars are published at Seminars.

Students can give feedback on lectures by using an online form available in WebLearn.

Prospectuses for lectures and graduate seminars

Where lecturers have provided prospectuses for their lecture series or graduate seminars, they are listed below. Prospectuses are not available for all lecture series.

Michaelmas Term 2020

Prospectus entries for next term's lectures will be posted here in due course.