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Forthcoming Visitors

Information will be collected at regular intervals from ASCS University Representatives, so that these entries on the website can be kept up-to-date. It will be collected so that members of departments, particularly in regional universities, can be made aware of who is visiting and can perhaps try to get such visitors to come to their universities, if arrangements can be made. Small departments can also apply for an ASCS grant to assist with subsidising the cost of getting the visitors to their campuses.

 

Twentieth Todd Memorial Lecture

18 July 2013
5pm General Lecture Theatre, Main Quadrangle, University of Sydney

Consensus and Community in Republican Rome
Professor Harriet Flower (Princeton University)

Professor Flower is well known for her work on Republican history, including Ancestor Masks and Aristocratic Power in Roman Culture (Oxford 1996), The Art of Forgetting (Chapel Hill 2006), and Roman Republics (Princeton 2010).

RSVP by 10 July to Elia Mamprin (elia.mamprin@sydney.edu.au).

 

 

 

 

 

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