The APGRD’s public events for this term are a mix of in-person, live-streamed, and pre-recorded lectures and talks. Recordings of all events will be made available on the APGRD’s YouTube channel for those who cannot make the live events or streamings. To comply with Covid regulations, places at our two in-person events will be limited and booking will be essential (but free). Thank you for bearing with us as last-minute restrictions and changes were taken into account to ensure a timetable of events that could be made as safe and accessible as possible!
Monday 18 October, 2pm (UK time): Christopher Stray (Swansea University): ‘The Glory and the Grandeur: John Clarke Stobart and the Defence of High Culture in a Democratic Age’
- In-person lecture in the Lecture Theatre, Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles, University of Oxford, OX1 3LU. Limited places; booking essential. Registration is FREE via Eventbrite.
- Live-streamed on the APGRD YouTube Channel.
- Those attending the lecture in person are cordially invited to the book launch of Classical Scholarship and Its History: From the Renaissance to the Present. Essays in Honour of Christopher Stray, edited by Stephen Harrison and Christopher Pelling (De Gruyter, 2021). This will take place over tea after Chris Stray’s lecture.