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Reflecting on 'The Roman Emperor as Egyptian Pharaoh' School Workshops 30 April 2019 This year, Classics PhD student Maiken Mosleth King created a school workshop entitled 'The Roman Emperor as Egyptian Pharaoh'. The aim of this workshop was to supplement the curriculum for students studying GCSE and A-Levels in Classics, Latin or Ancient History. It introduced students to the often-overlooked Roman province of Egypt, and broadened student understanding of how the imperial power was perceived and conceptualised outside Italy. In this article, Maiken reflects on her experiences.
  • Reflecting on 'The Roman Emperor as Egyptian Pharaoh' School Workshops 30 April 2019 This year, Classics PhD student Maiken Mosleth King created a school workshop entitled 'The Roman Emperor as Egyptian Pharaoh'. The aim of this workshop was to supplement the curriculum for students studying GCSE and A-Levels in Classics, Latin or Ancient History. It introduced students to the often-overlooked Roman province of Egypt, and broadened student understanding of how the imperial power was perceived and conceptualised outside Italy. In this article, Maiken reflects on her experiences.
  • April 2019 Newsletter 10 April 2019 Welcome to the latest e-newsletter from the Bristol Classics Hub, packed with information about upcoming events, training days, and resources, as well as details of the current workshops we offer and reports of our recent events.
  • 100 GCSE and A-Level Students attend the Hub's second annual Classical Civilisation Conference 13 March 2019 On 7 March, the Bristol Classics Hub hosted its second annual GCSE and A-Level Classical Civilisation conference. The programme was tailored to current exam specifications for those studying Classical Civilisation, but was also designed to appeal to those studying Latin, Ancient Greek, Ancient History, or those interested in studying a classical subject at university.
  • The Song of Arms and a Man 13 February 2019 The Bristol Classics Hub was delighted to support the second production of ‘The Song of Arms and a Man’, a live retelling of Virgil’s ‘Aeneid’ in the original spoken Latin.
  • December 2018 Newsletter 19 December 2018 Welcome to the latest e-newsletter from the Bristol Classics Hub. With Christmas just around the corner, this edition of the newsletter looks forward to Classics events, initiatives, and projects coming up in the New Year, as well as announcing the launch of three new sets of teaching resources.
  • 'Ovid in the West Country' Prize-giving 2018 12 December 2018 On Wednesday 5th December 2018, the Bristol Classics Hub hosted a prize-giving event at the Wills Memorial Building for the second annual 'Ovid in the West Country' competition for schools.
  • Classics Teach-Meets in Bath and Bristol 30 November 2018 This year we held two Classics Teach-Meets, the first at the Royal High School in Bath on 14th November 2018, and the second at the University of Bristol on 28th November 2018. Both events saw primary and secondary teachers in and around the South West come together to network, share ideas, and relate their experiences of teaching classics to colleagues and peers.
  • September 2018 Newsletter 28 September 2018 Welcome to the latest e-newsletter from the Bristol Classics Hub. With the term well underway, this edition of the newsletter contains information about upcoming Classics events, initiatives, and projects, as well as information regarding the school workshops we will be offering this year.
  • School students ‘graduate’ from the first Classics & Ancient History university taster course. 2 May 2018 The first cohort of students from schools and colleges across the Bristol area have ‘graduated’ from a unique scheme which gives them an insight into studying Classics and Ancient History at university.
  • April 2018 - important hub updates and announcements 19 April 2018 We'll be sending a more complete newsletter towards the end of the summer term as usual but this update contains some important information about new data protection regulations, staffing changes at the hub, and some upcoming events in May and June. 

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