Jeremy Paterson 'Sicily - Other People's Island'
Badminton School, Peace Memorial Hall
The Bristol Classical Association is delighted to announce its 2018/19 programme of events, which continues with 'Sicily - Other People's Island', a talk by Dr Jeremy Paterson.
Jeremy Paterson studied at Exeter College, Oxford, and then was a Craven Fellow at Oxford and at the British School at Rome, where he researched the Roman wine trade. For nearly forty years he lectured on Ancient History at Newcastle University, where he was also Dean of Arts. While principally a social and economic historian, his research interests and publications have covered from Cicero to Early Christianity. He is currently the chair of the Minimus Project, which over the last decade has successfully introduced Latin to primary school pupils. He has travelled extensively in the classical world and is in demand as a lecturer and guide in the regions of the Mediterranean.
To hear Jeremy speak about Sicily at Badminton School on 27th February 2019, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are free for Classical Association members, students, and school pupils; there will be a cost of £5 for visitors. Refreshments available from 6.30pm.