SEMINARS AND COLLOQUIA
As part of its mission to promote exchange and collaboration between scholars, CMTC organizers regular seminars and lunchtime colloquia. The lunchtime colloquia attract provide an opportunity for current graduate students and young academics to talk about their ongoing work. Two such events are organized each term. The seminars provide a chance to invite notable scholars from different institutions in the UK and abroad to present on topics that correlate with the diverse inter-disciplinary interests of the CMTC community.
PAST SEMINARS AND COLLOQUIA
Second lunchtime colloquium, TT22
Our two speakers are: Giulia Dovico (Classics, Cologne), ‘Scholia on Euripides’ Medea. Remarks on the two main corpora’ and Celeste Pan (Jewish Studies, Balliol) ‘The Targumic Tosefta on Genesis 44:18. A Material History’.
"Work in progress" lunchtime colloquium
The Centre will host two online talks: "Ancient Slavery from the Perspective of the Papyri. New documents from Oxyrhynchus" by Amin Benaissa and "Liminal Landscapes: Childbirth and the Uncanny in Old Norse Literature" by Katherine Olley.