Triennial 2011

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Created: 2011-09-20 18:30
Institution: Faculty of Classics
Editors' group: Streaming Media Service Editors (Faculty of Classics)
Description: A collection of audio recordings of the Plenary Lectures from the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge in July 2011.
 

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‘How Classical was the Classical Revival? Jews and Judaism in the Renaissance Vision of Antiquity’ - Anthony Grafton


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A lecture given by Anthony Grafton on Wednesday 27th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Malcolm...

Collection: Triennial 2011

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011


‘Deliberation and Democracy in Sophocles’ Theban Plays’ - Edith Hall


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A lecture given by Edith Hall on Monday 25th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Richard Hunter.

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Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011


‘Seeing Rome from its seven hills’ - Carrie Vout


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A lecture given by Carrie Vout on Wednesday 27th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Simon Goldhill.

Collection: Triennial 2011

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011


‘The Roman Emperor in the Wider World’ - Walter Scheidel


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A lecture given by Walter Scheidel on Tuesday 26th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Robin Osborne.

Collection: Triennial 2011

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011


‘Translationese’: adventures in literal Latin - Stephen Hinds


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A lecture given by Stephen Hinds on Tuesday 26th July 2011 as part of the Triennial 2011 event held at the University of Cambridge. The lecture is introduced by Stephen Oakley.

Collection: Triennial 2011

Institution: Faculty of Classics

Created: Wed 21 Sep 2011