BICS Supplements online

Monday 30 March 2015
Most of the supplements to the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies published up until 2012 are now available online to BICS subscribers.

Visiting Fellows

Monday 30 March 2015
The Institute is pleased to welcome new and forthcoming visits by a number of Visiting Fellows. For details of their visits please visit our new Visiting Fellows page.

UK Doctoral Theses In Progress

Tuesday 20 January 2015
We are pleased to announce the publication on the website of a database of UK Doctoral Theses at . The database is designed to provide up-to-date information on current doctoral research in the field of Classics, as broadly defined. As it is added to and updated on an annual basis, it will also act as a permanent record of completed UK theses. The database may be searched by keyword, area of study, department, University or date. A complete list of all theses may also be viewed.

An Etruscan Affair: 29-30 May 2015

Tuesday 13 January 2015
An Etruscan affair: the impact of early Etruscan discoveries on European culture An international conference presented at the British Museum in collaboration with the Institute of Classical Studies and the Accordia Research Institute. 29-30 May 2015.

Newly Published BICS 57.2 Dec 2014

Tuesday 2 December 2014
We are pleased to announce the publication of our latest BICS journal, 57.2. BICS-57-2 published December 2014 This BICS  contains Maria G. Xanthou      Ludolph Dissen, August Boeckh, Gottfried Hermann and Tycho Mommsen: tracing asyndeton , steering influence  Aggelos Kapellos      In defence of Mantitheus: structure, strategy  and argumentation in Lysias 16 Sarah Burges Watson      Orpheus’ erotic mysteries: Plato, pederasty, and the Zagreus myth in Phanocles F 1

Institute welcomes Leverhulme Early Career Fellows

Monday 24 November 2014
The Institute of Classical Studies invites expressions of interest from potential applicants to the new round of Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships as part of a larger initiative by the School of Advanced Study, University of London. This follows the appointment of Professor Greg Woolf to the Directorship of the Institute as of 1 January 2015.

BICS Ancient History

Wednesday 12 November 2014
Two issues of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies , have now appeared devoted entirely to Ancient History --  Vols.

Institute to welcome PhD students from 2015-16

Tuesday 4 November 2014
We are delighted to announce that from academic year 2015-16 the Institute will be accepting PhD students. Students applying to the Institute will also be able to benefit from the opportunities provided by the London Arts & Humanities Partnership. Further information both about postgraduate study at the Institute   and the AHRC studentships available through LAHP can be found by following the links. The Institute Manager will be pleased to answer preliminary enquiries about studying at ICS.

Ana Healey Librarian of the Classics Combined Library

Monday 15 September 2014
We are very sorry to report the death on 21st August of Ana Healey, who was Librarian of the Classics Combined Library in the days when the Library and the Institute were housed in Gordon Square. She had joined the Library in 1959 and was appointed as Librarian in 1972, after the sudden death of Joyce Southan. Ana retired in 1989 and those who used the Library in the three decades before then will well remember her Infinite kindness and quiet competence.

Prof Greg Woolf Appointed New Director

Tuesday 1 July 2014
We are pleased to announce Professor Greg Woolf has been appointed Director of the Institute of Classical Studies. He will assume his new role in January 2015. Follow the link below for further information.