Monthly Archives: June 2011

Work experience: part II

Welcome back!  Following on from Monday’s post about looking for work experience, here are a few more avenues for you to explore… Heritage management, conservation and archaeology For work experience in this area, organisations will commonly ask you to cover your … Continue reading

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Work experience: part I

It’s that time of year when students and pupils are looking to give that little extra boost to their CVs and applications.  If you’re looking for work experience in Classics, it can be tricky to find.  Consider the transferable skills … Continue reading

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The Dirty Roman Dozen

By Caroline Lawrence Whenever I visit schools to talk about my books set in Ancient Rome, I often bring along some of my favourite artefacts. Most of these aren’t real antique objects, but convincing replicas made by re-enactor friends or … Continue reading

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Hello!  Come in, find a seat, make yourself at home.  Cup of tea?  This is the Classical Association blog and we have much to tell you.  Are you sitting comfortably?  Then we’ll begin…

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