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Sport and Competition

Those of you who were at our conference in Exeter earlier this month may remember a rather engaging plenary given by Percy Bear Prof. Chris Carey entitled “What Makes a Winner?” with a distinctive Olympic theme. If you missed it, … Continue reading

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The Classical Association Conference: Exeter 2012

By first time attendee, Sophie Raudnitz As an MA student contemplating a PhD, I decided to attend the CA conference this year in an endeavour to ascertain ‘Who’s Who’ and ‘What’s going on’ in the world of Classics. I had … Continue reading

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Getting the most out of the CA conference

By Dr Liz Gloyn Attending your first conference can be a nerve-wracking experience, and giving your first paper can be even more stressful. However, a little bit of forethought and preparation can make the whole experience much smoother and more … Continue reading

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Recollections: the conference

By Prof. Douglas Cairns Everyone who’s interested in Classics is interested in the past. The Classical Association exists for everyone who shares that interest, whether professionally or otherwise. But what’s great about the CA is that its real focus is … Continue reading

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