See the latest news and events from our department.
In the archives of Royal Holloway, 2000 year old documents shed light on the lives of women in Roman Egypt.
Is this a story about accountability? Privilege? Climate anxiety? Ecological responsibility? Familial relationships?
New publications were falling like Autumnal leaves this season!
Dr. Richard Hawley gave a workshop entitled ‘The Greeks invented it’: The Ancient History of Gender Fluidity to North London Collegiate School on 29th September.
The Classics department invites expressions of interest in the 2022-23 ECR Leverhulme Fellowship scheme.
Hark ye, Year 12-13s, of Homer's uncanny predictions, Alexander's 'war crimes', and Plautus' gendered spaces.
In 2021-2022 our very own Lucy Roberts gained a place in the Study Abroad competition to spend a year studying at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
The Spring brought a flurry of exciting encounters with secondary schools, the British Academy, and other higher education bodies.
Dr. Christos Kremmydas appeared on Times Radio's Breakfast Show to discuss Zelenskyy's oratory with the hosts Jenny Kleeman and Luke Jones
The department kept the ball rolling in Spring 2022 with new impactful publications!