Many of you know about the Institute for Classics Education seminars organised by Dr Eirene Allen, and indeed many of you have already attended some of these.
Next Saturday's seminar (29th April) is a collaboration between Eirene and myself to bring you some insights into the complexities (and the joys!) of translating Homer. Our talk is at 5pm UK time, 12 noon ET. To join us, please click here to register and Eirene will send you the Zoom link.
You may also be interested to hear that Classics for All are holding a panel discussion (hybrid: online and in London) entitled Greek Tragedy in the Modern World on Thursday 27th April at 6pm GMT+1. Professor Fiona Macintosh (St Hilda's College, Oxford) and Paul O'Mahony (Artistic Director, Out of Chaos) will delve into the essence of tragedy, what it has to tell us about law and justice, and how its power lives on in modern life. Click here to read more. This is a fundraising event and there is a £20 (£10 online) charge.