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Looking Ahead
October 2017
Sunday
October 8
Betty Fletcher Memorial Travelling Scholarship Presentation | Preliminary Talk: Rebuilding the Walls of an Ancient Royal City
November 2017
Sunday
November 5
Anatomy of Caesar's Murder

Upcoming Lectures & Conferences

There are no conferences or lectures scheduled at this time.

Please see the Event Calendar for a full listing of lectures and events.

Sunday Series

More details about this talk will be available soon.

Preliminary talk: Rebuilding the Walls of an Ancient Royal City by Prof. Trevor Bryce

Previous Sunday Series Talks

Mass Migration from Europe to the Near East in the Early Hellenistic Age
Sunday September 10
Mass Migration from Europe to the Near East in the Early Hellenistic Age by Associate Professor Tom Stevenson

In his presentation, Associate Professor Stevenson, will describe the heavy migration from Europe (Greece, Macedonia, and Gaul) into the Near East which took place in the wake of Alexander the Great's ... [Read more]

Preliminary talk: The Rhetoric of Geography: Cicero's Sicily in the Verrine Orations by Mr Dustin McKenzie

Emperors and the Arena
Sunday August 13
Emperors and the Arena by Dr Shushma Malik

With Gladiators having recently arrived at the Queensland State Museum, Dr Malik's talk will examine the history of the games in Rome. In particular, she will focus on emperors' struggle to decide wha ... [Read more]

Preliminary talk: Betty Fletcher: Lover of Wisdom, Lover of Beauty, Lover of Humanity by Dr Janette McWilliam, Mr James Donaldson and Jaime Cubit

'The Blood of Titans': Poisons and Poisoners in the Roman World

Eliminating people in the ancient world could be big business, and fascinating glimpses of the infrastructure of poisons and poisoners can be seen in many ancient texts. This talk will take us into th ... [Read more]

Please see the Event Calendar for a full listing of lectures and events.