Warwick Classics at the British Science Festival
The department has been successful in obtaining two slots for the British Science Festival, 10-13 September 2019! Michael Scott will be giving a lecture and there will be a panel discussing 'What makes money?' Don't forget to check out the full programme of the festival when its released!
Coin of the Month: Honours, Health and Hairstyles
In February's coin of the month postgraduate Jacqui Butler examines the representation of Livia on coinage. Read more here!
Letter from the Department to the Vice Chancellor
I am writing as the Head of Department of Classics and Ancient History on behalf of our Department to express our deep concern at the recent media reports concerning the penalties imposed on students who had posted rape threats and hate speech about other Warwick students. Such comments are totally in opposition to our Departmental values and the University’s commitment to equality, diversity and dignity for all students and staff. Given this, the decision to reduce the penalties originally applied to a one year suspension is hard to understand and has shocked and saddened us. We would like to express our deep sympathy and support with the students who were targeted by these posts, and abhorrence at such behaviour. While we recognise that there may be confidential information which you cannot disclose about the case, we urgently request an explanation of this matter to all staff and students. We remain committed to the safety and well being of our students and to ensuring a campus environment that fosters development and learning for all.
Head of Department
Congratulations to Our January Graduates!
Congratulations to our students who graduated yesterday - well done on your hard work and we wish you all the best for the future!
The Warwick Classics Network has been awarded £2000 from GRP Connecting Cultures at Warwick for the project 'Coventry: A City of Cultures'.
This project will be a collaboration between the University of Warwick, Coventry University, the Herbert Gallery and Museum, Lunt Fort in Coventry, and local Coventry Schools, and will examine the history of Coventry as a cultural meeting place from Roman through to Medieval times.