Lectures, seminars and classes in Trinity Term 2024 will be held in person unless otherwise stated.

Lecture Schedule for Trinity Term 2024

The Classics lecture list for Trinity Term 2024 is published online at http://rbll.classics.ox.ac.uk/. Please note that the times and venues of lectures are subject to change at short notice, so you are advised to check the online lecture list regularly for up-to-date information.

Literae Humaniores and joint schools students should refer to the Philosophy Faculty's online lecture list for full details of the Philosophy lectures taking place each term.

For lectures organised by other departments, please see the University website.

Important notes

1. Lectures and classes last one hour unless otherwise stated. Lecturers are asked to begin speaking five minutes after the advertised start time, and to finish their lecture five minutes before the advertised finishing time, to allow sufficient time for students to travel between venues.

2. Unless specific weeks are indicated (e.g. "wks 1,3,5,7"), lectures and classes take place in all eight weeks of full term.

3. Lectures and classes with more complex timetabling patterns (e.g. those held in different venues on different occasions) may appear as two or more adjacent entries in the lecture list.

4. Lectures and classes marked with an asterisk (*) are open to invited groups of students only.

5. Lectures marked (lc) will be recorded on the Replay (Panopto) system. Recordings will be made available to students through Canvas approximately one week after the lecture and will normally be retained for at least one year.

6. Events marked with a dollar sign ($) require advance registration, because of capacity restrictions at the venue or because they are being held on a restricted online platform. Click on the "prospectus" link in the online lecture list for further information on how to register. If no prospectus is available, please contact the lecturer/seminar organiser directly for instructions on how to register.

7. Some lectures and classes only happen biennially or two years out of three. These are indicated in the lecture list. You are advised to attend lectures at the first available opportunity, as it may not be possible to attend the same lecture series in a subsequent year, for instance if the lectures are biennial or if changes to the timetable are necessary from year to year.

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.

Anatolian Seminar (various speakers)

Ancient History Sub-Faculty Seminar: Athenian Revolutions (various speakers)

Comparative Philology Graduate Seminar: Research Presentation/Work in Progress (Dr T Barnes, Dr M Bianconi, Prof P Probert, Prof A Willi)

Corpus Christi Centre for the Study of Greek and Roman Antiquity Seminar: Ancient Grammar(s), Ancient Grammatical Traditions (various speakers)

Early Career Academic Work in Progress Seminar (various speakers)

Early Latin Poetry and its Reception Seminar (various speakers)

Epic (Classics and English) (Dr G Trimble, Prof M Williams)

Epigraphy Workshop (various speakers)

Fresh Voices in Ancient History (various lecturers)

Fresh Voices in Classical Literature (various lecturers)

Greek Archaeology Group - PEGGS Seminar (various speakers)

Languages and Literature Sub-Faculty Seminar: Elitism, rationality, and sociability (various speakers)

Late Antique and Byzantine Studies Seminar (various speakers)

Oxford Philological Society (various speakers)

Oxford University Numismatics Society (various speakers)

Religions in the Greek and Roman World: The Jews and their Temples (Dr M Piotrkowski)

Philo as a Reader (Prof H Najman, Prof T Reinhardt)

Roman Discussion Forum (various speakers)

Rome and the Mediterranean (Dr E Bispham)

Texts and Contexts: Euripides, Bacchae (Dr L Swift)

Thucydides VIII Reading Group (Prof N Luraghi)

Lectures in previous terms

Copies of lecture lists from recent terms are available for the reference of staff and students in Canvas.

Lecture Forecast

The lecture forecast for the MT 2024-25 academic year will be published here in due course.