Towards a more Inclusive Classics

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‘Towards a more Inclusive Classics’ 25-26 June 2020

Organised by Professor Barbara Goff (Reading) and Dr Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis (St Andrews)

Hosted Online by the Institute of Classical Studies, London and supported by The Classical Association and the Council of University Classics Departments

For full programme [PDF] see here 

Workshop materials

Samuel Agbamu (RHUL) "Can the instrumenta domini dismantle the domus domini?" Presentation [PDF]

Peter Kruschwitz (Vienna) "Democratising Roman poetry" Project website

Kate Caraway, Fiona Hobden and Serafina Nicolosi (Liverpool) "Diversifying the Classics Curriculum" Presentation [PDF]

Ellen Adams (KCL) "Blindness, deafness and new appreciations of ancient art: Sensing the Parthenon Galleries in the British Museum" PowerPoint presentation and Access All Senses guide [PDF]

Sarah Marshall (Oxford) '“Pharos: Doing Justice to the Classics” – Documenting the Misuse of De raptu Proserpinae' Presentation [PDF]

Evelien Bracke (Ghent) ‘Child poverty and ancient Greek: A case study from Belgium’
Summary [PDF] and Presentation [PDF]

Sharon Marshall (Exeter) "Embedding inclusivity through non-traditional assessment" Presentation [PDF] and Project information [PDF]

Danielle Lambert (King's College London) 'On the benefits of having no prior Classical education' Presentation [PDF]

Stephen Harrison (Swansea) 'Teaching ancient Persia: Decolonising ancient history through source-based teaching' Presentation [PDF]

Dan Orrells (King’s College London) ‘Classical antiquity at the fin de siècle: An experiment in teaching’
PowerPoint presentation

Charlie Kerrigan (Trinity College Dublin) Blogging and its potential [PDF]