FIEC / CA 2019
15th Congress of the Fédération internationale des associations d'études classiques and the Classical Association annual conference 2019

Provisional Programme

We hope to keep changes to this programme to a minimum but cannot guarantee some changes of scheduling might be necessary.

  • Panels

Friday 5 July 2019

Saturday 6 July 2019

Sunday 7 July 2019

Monday 8 July 2019

 

Thursday 4 July  Friday 5 July  Saturday 6 July Sunday 7 July Monday 8 July 
9.00 am

 

Registration
9.30 am PANELS

(Session 1)

PANELS

(Session 2)

PANELS

(Session 4)

PANELS

(Session 6)

11.30 am Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee
12 noon PLENARY

Professor Irad Malkin

 

PLENARY

Professor Corinne Bonnet

PLENARY

Professor Alastair Blanshard

PLENARY

Professor Paula da Cunha Corrêa

1 pm LUNCH


1 pm onward

WCC Wikathon


1.30-3 pm

European Research Council Session


1-4 pm

Diversifying Public Engagement in Classics: Showcase Event


2-4 pm

Boat Trip on the Thames

LUNCH


De Gruyter Lunch Lecture:

Stephen Harrison, Reception Studies: The Trendiest of the Trends in Classics?

(with Lunch buffet sponsored by De Gruyter)


1-3 pm

Walking tour of Roman London


1-3 pm

Guided Tour at the British Museum

 

 

LUNCH


1-3 pm

POSTER SESSION


1-3 pm

Walking tour of Roman London


1-3 pm

Guided Tour at the British Museum


1.15 pm

CA AGM

 

LUNCH


1-3 pm

Walking tour of Roman London


1-3 pm

Guided Tour at the Museum of London

 

 

 

3 pm

 

3-5 pm

Walking tour of Roman London


3 pm

Westminster School Archive Guided tour


3-5 pm

Guided Tour at the Victoria and Albert Museum


3-5 pm

Guided Tour at the Museum of London

PANELS

(Session 3)

PANELS

(Session 5)

PANELS

(Session 7)

5 pm Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee
5.30 pm Public Event:

Classics in the 21st Century

PLENARY

Professor Alison Keith

PLENARY

Professor Jonas Grethlein

Opera Performance:

The Classical Association presents Radius Opera’ s The Fire of Olympus


6.30 pm

Prize giving to CA Prize winners and the De Gruyter Trends in Classics Poster Prize winners

PLENARY

Professor Ida Östenberg

 

EVENING 7.30 pm

Welcome drinks at Senate House

7.30 – 10 pm

Entering the Classical World through Silent CinemaFilm screening at the Bloomsbury Theatre


7.30-10 pm

The Destruction of Memory: Film screening at Birkbeck Cinema

7.30 pm

Conference Dinner (Flying Buffet at Senate House)