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Seen on Classics (please send any responses to the folks mentioned in the quoted text, not to rogueclassicism!):
The Department of Classics at the University of Georgia invites applications
for a Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics. The term of the appointment
is one year, with the possibility of renewal.
We seek a broadly-trained generalist to teach all levels of Latin, Greek and
Classical Culture, with a special emphasis in Greek. Candidates must have
received the Ph.D. by the time of the appointment (Aug. 1, 2010). The
teaching load is 3-3, and the salary is $40,000.
Interested candidates should send a letter of application and a complete
dossier, including CV, transcripts, and three letters of reference. Email
applications may be sent electronically to
classics AT uga.edu<classicssearch AT uga.edu>
. Address regular or express mail to:
Chair, Classics Search Committee
Department of Classics, Park Hall
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-6203
Applications received by March 10, 2010 are assured of consideration
(postmark for regular or express mail); however, all dossiers will be
accepted until the position is filled. Preliminary interviews of selected
candidates will be conducted at the CAMWS meeting in Oklahoma City.
The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
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- Goneis in Athenian Law (and Perception)
Queen’s University Belfast
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- Efi Papadodima, “The Greek/Barbarian Interaction in Euripides’ Andromache, Orestes, Heracleidae:
- A Reassessment of Greek Attitudes to Foreigners” 10.1-42
- Review: Michael Vickers, Sophocles and Alcibiades: Athenian Politics in Ancient Greek Literature. Stocksfield: Acumen (2008). Reviewed by T. V. Buttrey. 10.43-49
- Reina Pereirag, “Orquídeas: Ensaio sobre a Intimidadena Antiguidade Clássica” 10.50-96
Seen on Classicists (please send any responses to the folks mentioned in the quoted text, not to rogueclassicism!):
Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network, in collaboration with the European Network of Research and Documentation of Performances of Ancient Greek Drama (Arc-Net), Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Goethe Institute in Athens, Swedish Institute in Athens, The Embassy of Sweden, Department of Early Childhood Education-National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, the Embassy of Cyprus, the Dutch Institute in Athens, the Hellenic Centre of the International Theatre Institute, the Educational Television, the British Council in Greece, the Finnish Institute in Athens and other arts and educational organizations organizes international symposium entitled
«Ancient Greek Drama: contemporary approaches & education»
on the 26th-30th of March 2010 in Athens.
A number of prominent international researchers and theatre practitioners are taking part with lectures, discussions, practical workshops, and master classes.
The aim of the Symposium is to accommodate and foster dialogue concerning contemporary research and professional practice related to ancient drama and education (formal and non-formal).
It can be attended by teachers, artists, theatrologists, students of theatre and of education, and anyone who is interested in ancient Greek drama and education.
On Tuesday, 30 March 2010, two master classes will take place in Athens.
1. Michael Meschke, Emeritus Professor in Puppet Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden
2. Dr Maria Zannetou-Papacosta, drama/theatre educator, Primary School Principal, Cyprus
More information soon at www.Theatroedu.gr
Symposium languages: Greek & English
Submission of applications begins: 1st of February 2010
Places are limited. (Strict) order of priority will be observed.
Registration fee includes attendance in Keynotes speeches, participation in Workshops, light lunch on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, coffee at breaks, programme, and symposium material.