UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY – SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (Two Positions) POSITION ONE: The Charles Tesoriero Lectureship (Associate Professorship) in Latin, Department of Classics and Ancient History, School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI), Faculty of Arts, The University of Sydney, AUSTRALIA. In our dynamic area of study, new discoveries and new interpretations are constantly changing our understanding of the ancient world. It employs over 6,800 permanent staff 133684. You’ll hear about the triumphs and pitfalls of the ancient Athenian democracy, its struggles against tyranny and oligarchy, and have the opportunity to think about this history in the context of modern democracies. Post-conflict communities re-shape their history and memory at the same time as they engage in political experimentation, which itself is regularly represented as reform. Dr Lazer, Dr Middleton and Dr de Simone are also affiliated with the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Sydney. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to … If you are interested in undertaking Honours in Classics, please contact the Honours Coordinator Dr James Tan. We colloabrate on exciting projects and research interests from the Department of Classics and Ancient History, Department of Archaeology, Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation and the Mediterranean Archaeology Journal. We have recently hosted Professor Greg Woolf (Institute of Classical Studies, University of London) and Karl Galinsky (University of Texas, Austin) as Todd Lecturers and Professor Simon Goldhill (Cambridge University) as a Visiting Ritchie Lecturer. The Department is unique in the southern hemisphere in housing a significant cluster of scholars expert in the study of ancient Greek and Latin epic poetry. - Research Supervisor Connect - University of Sydney, Australia He will take up an MPhil at Cambridge. The Department of Classics and Ancient History has a large cluster of scholars whose research examines the construction and representation of autocracy. Our concentration of active researchers working on ancient epic is further strengthened by the contributions of education-focussed colleague Tamara Neal (Homer’s Iliad), honorary associates Frances Muecke (Virgil, Lucan and Silius Italicus) and Louise Pryke (Gilgamesh), and by our graduate students (currently three, working on Lucan, Ovid and Homer). The Todd Memorial Lecture commemorates the life and work of Professor Frederick Augustus Todd, former Professor of Latin and Dean of the Faculty of Arts from 1930 to 1937. The Department has developed large-scale projects that explore the social, economic and political as well as the literary and performance history of this most influential and long-lasting cultural institution of antiquity. It has already allowed curators of exhibitions to offer infinitely superior information about these casts to the general public, and thereby to extend appropriate respect to those who died in a mass disaster in the distant past. Macquarie University Ancient Languages Summer School: Monday 7 - Friday 11 January. Ian McLeod Award. In recognition of forensic archaeologist Estelle Lazer’s pioneering study of the human victims of the 79 CE eruption of Vesuvius, the Archaeological Park of Pompeii invited the University of Sydney into formal partnership in 2017 in order to support the first scientific examination of the remains embedded in Pompeii’s iconic plaster casts. This is a Senior Academic, continuing appointment. They explore them as both history and literature; as trailblazers and followers of a tradition that started in classical antiquity and which (in many ways) continues into the present. Social, political and cultural perspectives are used to study the experiences, mentalities and activities of ordinary people as well as the great literature spectacles and events of the classical past. Current students should refer to faculty handbooks for current or past course information. UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY - SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Lecturer in Roman History Department of Classics and Ancient History, School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, Faculty of Arts Reference No. Members of the cluster have hosted several conferences, including Velleius Paterculus; Augustus from a Distance, Silius Italicus and Flavian Culture, Interiority in Roman Literature and Theatre and Autocracy. It is grounded in the belief that the present finds a powerful impetus in its dialogue with the thought and cultural practices of the ancient world and vice versa. Richard Miles, Paul Roche and Anne Rogerson are all members of a Sydney-based research project, the Latin Poetry of Roman North Africa, which investigates literary culture and its socio-political contexts from the third to the sixth centuries. We also welcome students in the department who are interested in becoming ancient history teachers, so they can meet experienced teachers. Our work has been supported by grants from the University of Sydney, the NSW Department of Education and Training, the History Teachers Association of NSW and kind donations from our Crowd Funding appeal of 2019. Established in 2008 and held every two years, the William Ritchie Memorial Lecture invites a leading scholar of Hellenic antiquity to visit the University of Sydney every two years to deliver a public lecture in memory of the life and work of the late William Ritchie. Their scholarship combines close textual analysis with work on rhetoric, iconography and the history of ideas, including political philosophy and kingship theory. University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences January 4 at 2:00 PM Academics across communications, social sciences and historical stud ... ies are among the most influential in the world, according to a recent PLOS Biology study. Ask us about our majors, minors, and more. In these communities, violence – including civil war and domestic violence – and the abuse of law accompany significant political, social, cultural, ideological, economic, military, constitutional and religious disruption. The institute is one of 18 foreign research facilities established in Athens that focus on Greek, and wider Mediterranean studies, with a heavy emphasis on archaeological fieldwork and research. 560/0909 The University of Sydney is one of Australia's premier universities with an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence. Kathryn Welch is a member of the Cassius Dio Network housed at the University of Southern Denmark and on the board for the Brill ‘Historiography of Rome and Its Empire’ series. James Winestock (MPhil) is researching the economics of booty in the Roman Republic and Caitlin McMenamin female poisoners in Roman History. Search Funded PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Classics & Ancient History at University of Sydney. Sie gehört zur Group of Eight, den Universitäten mit dem besten Ruf in Australien und gehört zu den vierzig renommiertesten Universitäten der Welt. The Department has a concentrated research strength in the Elite Culture of Late Antiquity. Thus the Roman Republic offers the chance and to observe the rise and fall of an imperial republic, one of the grand narratives of the ancient past which is still relevant today. The need to invest old concepts with new meaning, to find a new language (including both a political and visual/ iconographic language), a new consensus and new ways of remembering the past accompany constitutional, political and legal change but need also to be balanced with judicious choices (often made at individual as well as collective levels) about what may be preserved from a shared but conflicted history. Classics offers a broad range of courses exploring the language, literature history and cultures from ancient Greece and Rome from the eighth century BC to the eighth century AD. Of special interest in these interdisciplinary approaches to models of order (kosmos, mundus) and our place in it are mythmaking and storytelling, theology and natural science, and moral instruction and asceticism as efforts to reframe and improve the fit between the human and the cosmos. In subsequent centuries, the Roman Republic lived on as an ideal that inspired many revolutions – and thus its forms have been constantly adapted for new settings. This research centres on the works of the ancient philosophers (Benitez, Collins) but also enquires into the way in which the … Above all they explore the ways in which the ancients conceptualized the world and the human place within it. The appointment of James Collins in 2020 expands this strength further, introducing cross-disciplinary work that explores how ancient drama can provide contemporary performers and communities opportunities to reflect on and model sound deliberation and judgment. None explores its links even to specific tyrants, monarchs and emperors. This group is further strengthened by the research of recent graduates working on the political culture of the tetrarchy (Byron Waldron) and fifth-century Gallic literary networks (Michael Hanaghan, now at the Australian Catholic University, also a member of the Latin Poetry of Roman North Africa project). Calendar of Events 2019. They explore these authors from a variety of perspectives: their use of sources, their methods, their strategies of authority and authorization; their relationships to each other and to other influential ancient thinkers and forms of literature. It has one of the world’s strongest concentrations of historians with expertise on ancient theatre, including Peter Wilson (Greek theatre), Eric Csapo (until 2020, now a British Academy Global Research Professor at the University of Warwick; Greek theatre), Bob Cowan (Greek and Roman drama), James Collins (Greek drama and the interdisciplinary study of performance), Richard Miles (drama in late antiquity), J. Richard Green (theatre architecture, iconography and history), Elodie Paillard (Greek theatre in Italy), Ted Robinson (theatre iconography and indigenous Italian theatre) and Robin Dixon (Roman Comedy and performance). This research centres on the works of the ancient philosophers (Benitez, Collins) but also enquires into the way in which the questions and problems raised by them are reflected in other areas of Greek thought and literature, including those of religion and human/animal relations (Kindt) and drama (Collins) and the reception of that thought in Marx and critical theory (Brown). The University of Sydney houses a vibrant cluster of established and upcoming researchers at the forefront of their respective disciplines in both Classics and Philosophy. Expansion of the short form of epigram is thus a natural strategy for both poets, especially as both evidently participate and share in the Augustan penchant for ‘generic enrichment’ in which existing poetic genres are enlarged and enriched through the experimental use of elements which obviously belong to other genres. University of Sydney - SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Chair of Classics, School of Philosophy, Gender, History and Ancient World Studies. The event is usually held in September each year. Rick Benitez (whose current work is on later Platonic religious thought), Ben Brown (the Homeric gods), James Collins (religion and Greek philosophy, religion and the theatre), Julia Kindt (Greek religion beyond the polis paradigm, Greek personal religion, Delphi, and divination) and Peter Wilson (religion and theatre, religion and music) study the ways in which ancient Greek religious beliefs and practices were central to areas as divergent as politics, warfare, drama, historiography, philosophy, law, medicine, sport, agriculture, and the ancient economy. Classics offers a broad range of courses exploring the language, literature history and cultures from ancient Greece and Rome from the eighth century BC to the eighth century AD. Over the last decade we have directed three highly productive ARC Discovery Grants: Accounting for the Ancient Theatre: a new social and economic history of Classical Greek drama; The Theatrical Revolution: The Expansion of Theatre Outside Athens; and Theatre and Autocracy in Ancient Greece. The Department has a long and proud tradition of work on Roman law and its contexts. Experience the interplay between the past and the present through a re-examination of the classical world and learn to appreciate its historical and cultural importance. The topic holds a special place in the history of government. An excavation of a little-investigated Egyptian coffin from the Nicholson Museum's mummy collection has revealed what is likely the mummified remains of a 26th Dynasty (6th century BC) woman. Ben Brown (Homer’s Iliad), Bob Cowan (Virgil and Flavian epic), Paul Roche (Lucan) and Anne Rogerson (Virgil’s Aeneid) approach Classical epic from a variety of complementary perspectives. How religion intersects with ancient Greek society as well as its literary and artistic production is the focus of several researchers at the University of Sydney. The project has been featured in a number of documentaries, including our 2019 investigation of the casts of victims found in the Garden of the Fugitives. The study of philosophy, history, drama, lyric, epic, the novel, and oratory begins in Greece, and Greek contributions to world literature are undisputed models of perfection in every later age. The Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia is the home of a number of groups, interests and projects. We have strong links with other world centres, notably in Europe, the US (Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies) and the UK (School of Advanced Study, University of London). Social, political and cultural perspectives are used to study the experiences, mentalities and activities of ordinary people as well as the great literature spectacles and events of the classical past. Reference No. Yet theatre, from the very beginning, appealed just as much to autocrats as to democrats and it continued to thrive in autocratic states for half a millennium after the extinction of the Classical democracies. Dr Estelle Lazer and Associate Professor Kathryn Welch lead a team that also includes Dr Alain Middleton, a forensic dentist who was awarded the Order of Australia for his work with INTERPOL on the identification of victims of mass disasters, radiologists Associate Professor Dzung Vu (University of Notre Dame) and Dr Mahn Vu, digital X-ray engineer Mr Stijn Luyck, equine veterinary surgeon Ms Julia Ridder, archaeologist Dr Girolomo Ferdinando De Simone and Mr Roberto Canigliula, from Philips, Italy. Ancient Greek allows you to read, in the original, works of immense cultural and literary significance by the great writers of the ancient Mediterranean world. Communities experiencing violent conflict and transitioning from states of conflict to post-conflict best describe many of the richest periods of Roman history and offer a different lens for engaging with evidence and questions relating to constitutional and cultural change. Professor Simon Goldhill from Cambridge University presented 'Antigone and the Autocrats'. Dr Eleanor Cowan, Postgraduate Research coordinator He was Professor of Classical Greek from 1965 to 1991. Embark on a captivating discovery of the Ancient Greek and Roman civilisations through the evidence of myths, images, inscriptions, artefacts, written history and literature. Currently, two PhD students, Tonya Rushmer and Jocelin Chan, are researching Roman Grain Laws and Roads and Roman Space respectively. This emerging research area brings together the ancient and the modern worlds in a number of different ways. We take particular pride in our sizeable contribution to graduate research training through reading-groups, workshops, and seminars and a substantial graduate cohort working in the area. Pushing genre boundaries: expanded epigram in Horace and Propertius. Membership and Rules. There are currently are two active excavations of extensive rural palace/villa sites at Glac (Serbia) and Withington (UK) directed by Richard Miles, the data from which will be used in a future research project on elite domestic architecture in the western provinces of the later Roman Empire. Distinguished classical scholar Professor Greg Woolf from the Institute of Classical Studies at the University of London delivered a lecture titled 'How Cosmopolitan was Imperial Rome?'. The study of the Roman Republic has a distinguished history at the University of Sydney and the Department continues to be a world leader in the fields of Republican Roman politics, political ideas and their reception. The strength of our interest in this field also meant that we were able to host John Marincola as a Visiting Ritchie Lecturer in the Department. A steady stream of highly successful honours and graduate students is associated with this research area. The Classics Department at The University of Sydney on Academia.edu The Classics & Ancient History Department at The University of Sydney on Academia.edu Latin and Greek Reading Competition. Latin is the direct ancestor of nearly 50 modern languages and a major contributor to the vocabulary of many others, including English. Bill Ritchie was a devoted teacher and scholar of Classical Greek at the University of Sydney from 1955 until his death in July 2004. Undergraduate coordinator This project examines both how autocrats moulded the world’s first mass medium of communication to consolidate their power, and how competing interests used the theatre to share, limit or challenge that power. Ben Brown (Archaic tyranny); Bob Cowan (Julio-Claudian and Flavian Rome); Eleanor Cowan (Augustan and Julio-Claudian Rome); Richard Miles (Later Roman Empire); Paul Roche (Imperial Rome) and Peter Wilson (theatre and autocracy) examine the multiple ways in which the autocrat could be both represented to and understood by his community. We have organized several major conferences, including on Appian and Velleius Paterculus. Our evidence allows an insight into the individuals whose stories have survived, their economic and social setting, and the literary and material culture that long outlasted the context that produced it. CANSW Annual General Meeting: Saturday 23 March, … The Department of Classics and Ancient History is delighted to congratulate the four students. Download the 2021 senior Ancient Greek reading list (PDF 211KB). Zwei Jahre später wurde sie am 11. We welcome applications from students wanting to undertake postgraduate research or the Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Honours) with us in this exciting field of literary studies. In Classics and Archaeology, we study the past in order to understand the present. Archive. In our discipline, you can learn which classical monuments inspired the design of our Shrine of Remembrance. FindAPhD. We work collaboratively with colleagues researching in this field across Australasia and several former graduates are still active members of our research community. This group is further strengthened by the contributions of honorary associate Andrew Pettinger (imperial Rome); Geraldine Herbert-Brown (Augustan Rome) and Peter Brennan (Later Roman Empire), and by our graduate students. 130264 Most recently, this has extended into a new and emerging research interest in environmental concerns and questions of human and planetary wellbeing (Benitez, Brown, Collins, Kindt). Der Hauptcampus befindet sich in Camperdown, einem Stadtteil im inneren Westen Sydneys. *Available to all students studying the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Visual Arts, as well as all combined Bachelor of Advanced Studies degrees. The group includes a sizeable cohort of Honours and Graduate students working directly in the area, with current projects on Herodotus, Thucydides, Cornelius Nepos, Suetonius and Livy. The Department of Classics and Ancient History brings together an outstanding group of scholars examining these themes across a chronological period spanning from the Republic to the Late Empire: Bob Cowan (Imperial Roman); Eleanor Cowan (Triumviral and Imperial Rome), Richard Miles (Later Roman Empire), Andrew Pettinger (Imperial Rome), Paul Roche (Imperial Rome), James Tan (Roman Republic and historical sociology) and Kathryn Welch (Republican and Triumviral Rome). Related Bodies . Download the 2021 senior Latin reading list (PDF 100KB). The series is sponsored by the University of Sydney's School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry in conjunction with the Department of Classics and Ancient History and the Classical Association of NSW. The lecture is delivered by a distinguished classical scholar with an international reputation. Grant Kynaston (pictured second from left) completed a Diploma of Languages Studies in Arabic and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Classics at the University of Sydney, as well as receiving the prestigious University Medal. Julia Kindt is Professor in the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Sydney and a current ARC Future Fellow (2018-22). Please quote Internal and External reference number B48/002199 in all correspondence. The research cluster has strong ties with the Department of Studies in Religion (SLAM) as well as international collaborations with scholars in the UK (Oxford, Cambridge, St. Andrews), the US (Stanford, Berkeley, Yale, The Ohio State University), and continental Europe (the Max Weber College of Advanced Studies in Erfurt, The University of Groningen in the Netherlands, and the excellence cluster ‘Religion and Politics’ at the University of Münster in Germany). The Australasian Roman Law Network was founded by Eleanor Cowan, Kit Morell (UQ), Andrew Pettinger (Associate at the University of Sydney) and Michael Sevel (University of Sydney Law school). As one of the largest departments of Classics and Ancient History in the Australasian region, we are home to academics and researchers who are leaders in their fields, with some being awarded Faculty Teaching Awards in recognition of their high-quality teaching. The University of Sydney has been a leader in Greek theatre research for more than half a century. Follow us on Facebook and via our blog. Her research interests include ancient Greek history (from the Archaic period through to Roman Greece), ancient Greek religion and the interdisciplinary study of religions, ancient anthropology and human/animal relations, historiography (ancient and modern) as … Classics and Ancient History guide and planner. UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY – SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Lectureship in Roman History, School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, Faculty of Arts The Faculty of Arts and School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry are seeking to appoint a suitably qualified person to a Lectureship in Roman History. We offer an opportunity for academics and students interested in the region and its role in the ancient Mediterranean world to connect, conduct research and share knowledge. It was also the language of European literature, history, science, medicine, diplomacy and law for nearly 2000 years. What jobs can you get with an Arts degree? The group has productive collaborations with scholars in Performance Studies and English. The Pompeii Cast Project commenced in 2015. Social, political and cultural perspectives are used to study the experiences, mentalities and activities of ordinary people as well as the great literature spectacles and events of the classical past. you will need to the student experience from ). Classics is available as an Honours year and involves joint study of Ancient Greek and Latin. We welcome applications from students interested in postgraduate research in any area of ancient theatre studies. The project seeks to replace spurious conclusions based on superficial observation and assumption with scientific analysis to establish the age, general health and sex of each victim. Coronavirus (COVID-19) research and expertise, International and Comparative Literary Studies. We explore the history, myths, art, archaeology, philosophy, languages, literature and personalities of ancient civilisations, teaching diverse topics from Roman law and emperors to Greek religion and democracy. Our team, including some of the world leaders in the technology of non-destructive CT scan and digital X-ray, is also gaining a better understanding of how the casts were made, exposing, for example, the significant manipulation of both casts and skeletons for public display. A number of HDR students are currently being supervised in this area on topics such declamation and law (Kirsten Parkin and Kim Harris). Introduction to Artemis with: Chrome 3 After Enter your Classic RDS The proxy bookmarklet works USyd ICT's instructions on resources from University RDS from Windows - the VPN client is and Microsoft enhancements while to access your … Please complete this form to register your interest in joining our seminar series. The cluster received a further boost from the recent launch of the Critical Antiquities Network by Ben Brown and Tristan Bradshaw (SSPS). Theatre and Autocracy for the first time assembles a team of leading and emergent theatre historians to offer a new way of understanding antiquity’s most important cultural institution. Core investigations linked to this theme are (1) the Rule of Law case-study; (2) the perceptions of law project and (3) the study of citizens and the law (4) law and literature; (5) law in an age of Civil War; (6) law and political institutions. We regularly organize workshops, lectures, and international conferences (most recently, The Local Dimension of Ancient Greek Religion, held in CCANESA in November 2019). Postgraduate students explore the Greek and Roman roots of Western civilisation and obtain a better understanding of our contemporary world. You will learn to read works of immense cultural and literary significance by the iconic writers of ancient Rome. School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, Sydney School of Education and Social Work, Gaius Gracchus: Ancient History and Classics Society Facebook, Gaius Gracchus: Ancient History and Classics Society on Instagram, Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, Download the 2021 senior Ancient Greek reading list, Download the 2021 senior Latin reading list, The Roman Republic and the History of Republicanism, Please complete this form to register your interest in joining our seminar series, Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia (CCANESA), Madsen Building F09, Eastern Avenue. UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY – SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA Kevin Lee Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Ancient Greek, Department of Classics and Ancient History, School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI), Faculty of Arts, Reference No. The Department regularly holds workshops and conferences examining these themes including workshops and conferences on Mark Antony;  Augustus from a Distance and Silius Italicus. We have in CCANESA one of the most extensive research resources for ancient theatre history in the world. For more information, please email Dr Eleanor Cowan. The course information on this website applies only to future students. Todd Lecture Series. This area of enquiry spans the third to the sixth century CE, ranges geographically from Britain to North Africa and encompasses material and literary culture. Both Horatian lyric and Propertian elegy are medium-length forms which fall between the characteristic brevity of epigram and longer forms such as hexameter genres and drama. classics.org.au: Introduction. Classics offers a broad range of courses exploring the language, literature history and cultures from ancient Greece and Rome from the eighth century BC to the eighth century AD. The Theatre and Autocracy in Ancient Greece project (Wilson, Csapo, Paillard, Stoop, Le Guen, Green; ARC DP) represents a distinctive contribution to the study of autocracy. Above all they explore the ways in which the ancients conceptualized the world and the human place within it. Calendar of Events. Department of Classics and Ancient History, History, literature and languages of the ancient Mediterranean. Members of the group have numerous international research collaborations. To celebrate the work of these teachers and to nurture future teachers in our discipline, we host our annual networking event, Tea for Teachers. Studying Latin opens up intellectual vistas vital for exploring the past or navigating the present. Dr Bob Cowan, Details of our seminars can be found on the SOPHI Events site. We are proud of our longstanding and mutually beneficial relationship with colleagues teaching ancient history and classical languages in NSW schools. The Classics and Ancient History Department at the University Of Sydney on Academia.edu We also have close ties with the University of Sydney’s Nicholson Museum, which houses a large collection of artefacts from the ancient world. The Department of Classics and Ancient History houses a sizeable cluster of scholars researching ancient Greek and Roman authors who practiced the writing of the past (historiography): Ben Brown (Thucydides), Peter Wilson (Pindar), Bob Cowan (Sallust, Suetonius), Eleanor Cowan (Velleius Paterculus, Tacitus), Julia Kindt (Herodotus), Paul Roche (Tacitus) and Kathryn Welch (Cicero, Caesar, Appian and Cassius Dio) offer critical examinations of historiographic texts in their intellectual and historical contexts. 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