Jonathan Sachs lectures
24 February 2010
Professor Jonathan Sachs will be giving a lecture and leading research workshops for both staff and postgraduates on Romantic appropriations of the classics from March 1-5.
- 1 March: research workshop on the uses of ancient ideas and examples in modern political discourse and debates, including contributions from Chris Bertram, James Thompson and Neville Morley. Seminar room G4, 3 Woodland Road, 4.30-6.00, followed by a reception in the Humanities Common Room.
- 2 March: Lecture: 'The Cassandra of the State: Anna Barbauld's Unknown Future and the Art of Prognosis'. With responses from Duncan Kennedy, Richard Sheldon and Ika Willis. The Link Rooms, 4.15-6.00, followed by a reception in the Humanities Common Room.
- 3 March: research workshop for postgraduates. Ground Floor Seminar Room, Graduate School, 2.00-4.00. Please contact email@example.com to reserve a place and be sent the advance reading.
- 4 March: research workshop on 'Classicism in Romanticism', with contributions from Stephen Cheeke, David Hopkins, Bradley Stephens and Genevieve Liveley. 4.15-6.00, venue tbc.
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