Detail from Raphael's The School of Athens (1509-1511). Source: Wikimedia Commons.
The Classics Seminar is a discussion forum for academic staff, PhD candidates and Master students in Classics or similar areas of study and research. Students and staff alike can volunteer to present their ongoing research. Furthermore, the Classics Seminar also invites researchers from other universities and research institutions on a regular basis. Some papers are given in Norwegian (or in other Scandinavian languages), some in English. Comments and questions may always be presented in either language.
The Classics Seminar is open to everyone interested in antiquity and its afterlife. Time and place: Tuesday, 16:15–18:00, Georg Morgenstiernes hus, GM 652 (6th floor). If you wish to present or subscribe to the information bulletin, please contact Prof. Silvio Bär, who is responsible for organizing the seminar in autumn semester 2022.
6 September: Christos Terzis (Wien)
13 September: Laura Lulli (L’Aquila)
27 September: Raf van Rooy (Oslo and Leuven)
More detailed information about the programme will be published shortly.
See also Classics Seminar from 2012 to 2020.