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Jonathan Prag <[log in to unmask]>

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Jonathan Prag <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 26 May 2004 14:33:51 +0100

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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Classical Civilisation (Part-time 0.6fte)
School of Humanities and Cultural Studies
University of Surrey Roehampton
http://jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/IS654.html

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Project Archivist
Ashmolean Museum Department Of Antiquities
University of Oxford
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/XU522.html

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Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department of Archaeology
University of Sheffield
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/TG956.html

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Lecturer
Faculty of Arts
Department of Classics
University College Dublin
Temporary 1 year post
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/NG397.html

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Stipendiary Lecturership in Ancient History
Greek and/or Roman History
Merton College proposes to appoint a stipendiary lecturer in Ancient
History for one year from 1 October 2004, to teach up to 8 hours per week.
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/EF754.html

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Lectureships in Archaeology (4 posts)
School of Historical Studies
University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/jobfiles/LJ483.html

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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, MAYNOOTH
Maynooth, Co. Kildare
DEPARTMENT OF ANCIENT CLASSICS
TEMPORARY JUNIOR LECTURER IN CLASSICS
(Ten-month appointment, 1 September 2004 to 30 June 2005)
Further info from:
Dr Mark Humphries
Department of Ancient Classics
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Maynooth
Co. Kildare
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Tel. (+353) (01) 708 3694 (direct line)
     (+353) (01) 708 3316 (executive assistant)
Fax. (+353) (01) 628 9373
Mobile (087) 294 8987

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK
Department of Classics
Lectureship in Classics (1-Year Contract)
This appointment is to replace Dr. David Woods, who has been awarded a
Research Fellowship by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and
Social Sciences for the academic year 2004-5.
The successful candidate will be required to teach Roman History in all
three years of the Greek and Roman Civilisation undergraduate degree
programme and at MA level and Latin in second and third year.
Candidates should either have or be close to the completion of a PhD degree
in Classics and have validated qualifications in Latin. Prior experience of
teaching Roman History and Latin at undergraduate level will be an
advantage.
Departmental information available on http://www.ucc.ie/acad/classics/. For
informal consultation, please contact Professor Keith Sidwell at
[log in to unmask] or
00 353 21 4902511.
Salary scale [new entrants]: EUR30, 088 - EUR39,249 per annum. This is a
junior appointment.  Salary placement will be made at a point on this scale
depending on qualifications and experience.
Closing date:   Friday 4th June 2004
Application forms must be completed and are available, together with
further particulars, on our website at:
www.ucc.ie/appointments/academic     or from,
Department of Human Resources, University College, Cork, Ireland
Tel: + 353 21 4902671  / Email: [log in to unmask] / Fax + 353 21
4276995
University College Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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CHRIST CHURCH AND THE UNIVERSITY of OXFORD FACULTY OF CLASSICS
ELECTION OF A FIXED TERM COLLEGE AND FACULTY LECTURER IN CLASSICAL
LITERATURE

Christ Church, in collaboration with the University of Oxford Faculty of
Classics, hopes to make an election to a Fixed Term College and Faculty
Lecturership in Classical Literature for three years from 1 October 2004,
to cover Dr Dirk Obbink's Special Leave. The Lecturer will be required to
give tutorial teaching of up to six hours per week each term for or on
behalf of Christ Church, and to give eight hours of lectures or classes
during the year for the Classics the Faculty. The lecturer will be
appointed on an incremental scale starting at £11,439 p.a. (currently under
review), together with additional benefits. Applicants should be prepared
to teach a number of the mainstream papers and more popular options in
Classical Mods, in the Literature syllabus for the Honour School of Literae
Humaniores, and in Classics and Modern Languages. Willingness to play a
part in language teaching as well as literature is essential.
Further particulars may be obtained from the Censors' Administrator, Christ
Church, Oxford, OX1 1DP, and may be viewed on the College's web site:
http://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/jobs/classics.html. The closing date for
applications is Friday 4 June 2004.
Christ Church is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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Exeter Seminars:
4 May   Lena Isayev - 'Gabba and the Gracchi' (4.00, MR3)
11 May  Philip Hardie (Oxford) - 'Milton's In Quintum
Novembris and the neo-Latin tradition of gunpowder plot
poetry': CA lecture (5.00, LT1)
18 May  Mary Beard (Cambridge) - 'A captive audience?
Prisoners, victims and vassals at the Roman triumph':
Jackson Knight Lecture (5.00, LT1)
19 May  Mary Beard (Cambridge) - '"Remember you're a man" -
or getting away with murder in the reconstruction of Rome':
Jackson Knight Seminar (10.00, MR1)
25 May  Ray Laurence (Reading) - 'Health, death and
disease at Pompeii and Herculaneum': CA lecture (5.00,
LT1)
1 June  Philip Stadter (University of North Carolina) -
'Claims to glory: Herodotus and the cities of Greece'
(4.00, 1G)
8 June  Catharine Edwards (Birkbeck College) - 'A feminine
ending? Women's deaths in ancient Rome': CA lecture (5.00,
LT1)
10 June Kristina Milnor (Barnard) - '"We came here
desiring": mapping class and canon in Pompeiian literary
graffiti' (4.00, 1G) n.b. Thurs.
15 June Stuart Lawrence (Massey University) -
'Greek tragedy and ancient ethics' (4.00, 1G)
22 June Peter O'Neill - 'The social context of the fabula
tabernaria' (4.00, 1G)
Department of Classics & Ancient History
University of Exeter, Queen's Building,
The Queen's Drive, Exeter.   EX4 4QH
Telephone (01392) 264202  Fax (01392) 264377
Claire Turner, Secretary, Department Office

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NTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: THE OATH IN GREEK SOCIETY
June 30 to July 2, 2004
Nightingale Hall, University of Nottingham, UK
In spite of the fundamental importance of oaths across an enormously wide
range of social interactions throughout the ancient Greek world, there has
been very little research dedicated to this topic. This international
conference is designed to remedy this omission and to kick off a major
three-year project on the theme (funded by the Leverhulme Trust). More than
twenty papers will be presented on many aspects of the oath in Greek-
speaking societies in antiquity, including the employment
and functions of oaths in political, military, juridical, cultic and wider
social contexts, their deployment in literary texts, theoretical discussion
of them, and developments in oath practices resulting from Greeks' contacts
with other cultural and religious traditions.

The deadline for registering for the conference has now been extended to 14
June.  To register, visit
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/classics/news/oath_registration.phtml, or
contact [log in to unmask], telephone: +44 (0)115 9514383.

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Laurence Seminar, May 26th-28th 2004
Faculty of Classics,
Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge CB3 9DA

Inside the City in the Greek World:
Studies of Urbanism from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period

Attendance free ­ all welcome
For further details please contact:
Dr Sara Owen ([log in to unmask])
or Dr Laura Preston ([log in to unmask])

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CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT:
Myth and Image:Augustan Rome, Egypt and the East
8-10 July 2004 by the sea at Aberystwyth, Wales
HOSTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CLASSIC, UNIVERSITY OF WALES,
LAMPETER WITH THE SUPPORT OF UWICAH
The aim of this conference is to achieve, through a pluralistic approach, a
presentation of Roman myth and images that have their origins in eastern
cults and traditions. The discourse will engage with Augustus’
understanding and employment of these traditions in his attempt to
establish his right to rule, not only Rome, but also the rest of the known
world.
Speakers include: Graham Anderson, Eric Orlin, Sabine Grebe, Mirjam
Plantinga, Keith Hopwood, Anton Powell, Alexandra Lesk, Jane Rowlandson,
David Noy, John Van Sickle, Maeve O’Brien, Dimitra Tsitsikli, Rosemary
Wright
Costs: full board accommodation £65; conference fee £25.
Please visit www.augustan-east.org.uk
For further details contact conference organisers: Evangelia Anagnostou
[log in to unmask] or Susan Sorek [log in to unmask]

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June 14th 2004, University of St. Andrews
School of Classics, Swallowgate
10.30-11.50 Session 1
10.30-11.20 Craig Galbraith (University of St. Andrews)
Cicero’s concept of the res publica and rhetorical strategy
11.20-11.50 Tia Dawes (University of Auckland)
Encomium in Philippic 10
11.50-12.00 Break
12.00-1.30 Session 2
12.00-12.45 Cristina Rosillo (University of Neuchatel)
Criminal trials and public opinion on Cicero’s Verrines
12.45-1.20 Jill Harries (University of St. Andrews)
Cicero and the bad people
1.20-2.30 Lunch
2.30-4.10 Session 3
2.30-3.10 Lynn Fotheringham (University of Nottingham)
Publishing the pro Milone
3.10-4.10 Matthew Fox (University of Birmingham)
Cicero and ideology: a problem for reception?
4.10-4.30 Closing discussion

Coffee will be available from 10 am and tea after the final discussion.
There is no fee for the Awayday, but please register by May 31st in order
to be included in the numbers for lunch.
For all enquiries, and registrations, contact:
Dr. Catherine Steel ([log in to unmask])
Department of Classics,
University of Glasgow,
Glasgow G12 8QQ
0141-330-4382

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due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to change the date of our
Historiography Colloquium (see below).
with apologies,
Maria Wyke
all are still welcome!

UNIVERSITY OF READING
ANCIENT HISTORIOGRAPHY COLLOQUIUM
Monday 14 June, 2-5pm. Faculty of Arts & Humanities Room 44
(1) Timothy Duff (Reading), Introduction
(2) Christopher Pelling (Oxford), Comparison just isn’t what it used to
be?: Plutarch’s Parallel Lives
(3) Christopher Kelly (Cambridge), Past Imperfect:
The Invention of Christian History in Late Antiquity

dr. maria wyke
reader in classics, HUMSS
University of Reading
Whiteknights Campus
Reading RG6 6AA
[log in to unmask]
tel 0118 387 8420
fax 0118 931 6661

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