Black-figured column-krater bowl for mixing wine and water, showing a chariot flanked by horses, from southern Italy. British Museum.
This week I'm pleased to announce that more guest speakers have been added to the Belfast Summer School online lecture programme. These lectures are conducted on Zoom. Please register at the links below to receive the Zoom link. Summer School students will be given the links by their tutors and do not need to register.
Professor James Robson, Head of Classical Studies at the Open University, will deliver an online talk on Wednesday 13th July at 16:15 (GMT+1). Prof Robson will discuss translation of ancient texts (title to be confirmed).
The talk will be conducted on Zoom and is free to attend but participants should register at the link below to receive the Zoom information.
Roy Gibson hails from Belfast and is Professor of Classics at Durham University. I am delighted that Professor Gibson will join the Summer School as a guest speaker on Thursday 14th July at 16:15 (GMT+1). His talk is entitled "How much Latin is there?". The lecture will be delivered online and is open to everyone. If you wish to attend, please click the link below to register on Eventbrite; you will receive the Zoom link the day before the talk.
There are still places available in all classes at the Belfast Summer School. You can view the provisional programme at the button below, or click "Register here" to read more about the classes and to choose your course.