Tag Archives: Network for the Interface of Classics and Politics

Where are the orators?

The present state of British politics is pretty parlous. There are major issues to be confronted, but in seeking to articulate answers and give a lead politicians are not notable for their capacity to articulate what needs be to be … Continue reading

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New Year caption competition

I thought some readers would appreciate a New Year caption competition, so here is the first of 2019.  It shows me speaking to some students after I gave the inaugural lecture, on Parliament and the Classics, at the Victoria Gallery, … Continue reading

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Have paper, will travel…

My teaching and parliamentary work has been complemented in recent weeks by giving papers on different topics and in different venues. At the end of last month, I gave the inaugural lecture, on the subject of ‘The Classics and Parliament’, … Continue reading

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