The Institute of Classical Studies invites applications for the post of Public Engagement Fellow to be held for 3 years. The post holder will organise public engagement events for the Institute; will participate in public engagement events run by the School of Advanced Study; will collate information about classical public engagement initiatives and impact activity across the UK, producing reports and publications when appropriate; and will carry out a programme of research on an approved subject within the broad field of classical studies.
Professor Greg Woolf, Director of the Institute of Classical Studies, will give his inaugural lecture ' Humans and Other Beings in our Classical Past ' at 5.30pm on 18 January 2017 in the Beveridge Hall, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU. The lecture will be followed by a reception. All are welcome to attend.
The ICS is proposing to elect up to five Research Associates from among applicants who have recently finished their PhDs in any area of classical studies, and who are not yet in full-time positions which have a research component. The positions are non-stipendiary but some assistance with research is available. The positions are tenable for up to 3 years from 1st January 2017. For details on the scheme, and how to apply, please see http://www.icls.sas.ac.uk/awards/fellowships The deadline for applications is 19th November 2016 .
We are sorry to announce the death of Professor E.J.Jory on 4th September in Perth, Western Australia. John Jory was Emeritus Professor in the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Western Australia and also an Honorary Fellow of the Institute. Born in Cornwall and educated in Penzance he studied at UCL before sailing from Southampton on the Oronsay in 1959 to take up a lecturership at Perth, where he was later Professor and Dean of Arts.
We are pleased to announce the publication of BICS Supplement 131 Space in Greek tragedy by Vassiliki Kampourelli BICS Supplement 133 Studies on wealth in the ancient world Edited by Errietta M. A. Bissa and Federico Santangelo Further details
We are pleased to announce the publication of our latest BICS journal 59.1. For details of the contents follow this link.
Professor Gregory Crane, Alexander von Humboldt Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Leipzig and Profeesor of Classics at Tufts University, takes up his ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellowship at the School of Advanced Study in May and June and will be based in the Institute of Classical Studies. During his stay Professor Crane will be holding a series of lectures and events around the UK on the theme 'Greek, Latin and Digital Philology in a Global Age'.
We are pleased to announce the publication of 'Digital Classics Outside the Echo Chamber: Teaching, Knowledge Exchange & Public Engagement ' edited by Gabriel Bodard and Matteo Romanello. This is an Open Access publication and can be read at http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bat
Booking has opened for the conference on Gendering Roman Imperialism to be held at the ICS on 7 and 8 June 2016. Further information about the conference is available here and bookings can be made here .
The Director's seminar series will begin on 4 May NOT 20 April or 27 April. We are currently experiencing some difficulties with deleting items in the Events Calendar listings for which we can only apologise. The programme for the seminar series can be found here .