At the Faculty of Classics, we are trialling a no-booking, first-come first-served system for this year.
Here is our code of conduct that we ask all staff and visitors to abide by.
We look forward meeting many of you soon.
Programme (all days)
|10 am - 11am
||Classics Admissions Talk
This talk was also given at the Classics Open Day in March, therefore it is not recommended for those who attended that event.
|11am - 11:30
||Taster Lecture 1
|11:30 - 12:00
||Taster Lecture 2
Get directions to Classics events in colleges.
|14:30 - 15:30
||Meet the students / tutors
Come to the Faculty and ask all your questions!
Taster Lecture Titles
|Wednesday 28 June
||Martina Astrid Rodda
||'Getting around in Hephaestus’ workshop. Greek epic, disability, and what we can do with them.'
||'From myth to archaeology at Troy, Mycenae and Knossos.'
|Thursday 29 June
||'From Sappho to Vergil, Andromache to Dido.'
|| 'Mind your tongue: language and/as power in late republican Rome.'
|Friday 15 September
||'Cure and cult in ancient Greece: the miracles(?) of Asklepios.'
||‘Catullus and Lesbia.’
Classics Events in Colleges
For the most up to date information on events in colleges and departments other than the Faculty of Classics, please visit the Oxford University Open Days pages here.
For those particularly interested in classics, we have compiled this list of events that colleges are planning to offer. The list may not be exhaustive, but we hope it will help you plan your day.