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COR/ISHR Get Togethers 4.0 (‘Round 1’ - March 2024)

COR/ISHR Get Togethers 4.0 (‘Round 1’ - March 2024)

  • Date15 February 2024

The Centre for Oratory and Rhetoric (COR) at Royal Holloway, University of London and the International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR) are delighted to announce the fourth series of COR/ISHR Rhetorical Get Togethers.

The series will be made up of nine virtual ‘get togethers’, spanning across the months of March and May every Friday at 4pm (GMT) on Zoom. The programme for the first instalment is as follows: 

1 March: Laura Viidebaum (New York University), ‘The Unity of Aristotle’s Rhetoric’ 

8 March: Matteo Barbato (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin): ‘Emotions and the law in Attic Oratory’

15 March: Guy Westwood (Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford): ‘Aeschines as Envoy: Space, Place, Performance’ 

22 March: Jesse James (Columbia University): ‘ATH - JFK: Greek Rhetoric in American Courts’

All welcome! 

If you haven’t registered for the ‘Get Togethers’ before, please email Giulia Maltagliati (; you will be added to our COR/ISHR mailing list and will receive Zoom links to the sessions. We hope that you will be able to join us!

Best wishes,

Mike Edwards, Giulia Maltagliati, Lene Rubinstein, Christos Kremmydas


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