Januaty 2024: Mid-career event
July 2023: Mid-career event
May 2023: WCC AGM “Resistance”
July 2022: ECR event “Niches”
May 2022: Publishing Event with JHS, JRS, and Britannia
April 2022: AGM 2022 “Activism”
July 2020: #WCCWiki Colloquium
July 2020: ECR Research Dissemination Workshop
July 2018: Leeds International Medieval Congress
April 2018: WCC AGM “Activism”
March 2018: Mid-career event
Save the date. University of Durham.
February 2018: LBGT+ Classics: Teaching, research and activism
Programme and more information. University of Reading.
September 2017: Bullying and Harassment in the UK Classical Workplace: Finding Solutions
Programme, registration and more information. University of Roehampton.
September 2017: Wikipedia training session and editathon
Details of registration. University of Manchester.
September 2017: Adjacent, Alternative and Post-Academic Careers in and around Classics (ECR event)
Programme, registration and more information. University of Birmingham.
July 2017: Leeds International Medieval Congress
Round-tables at the Leeds International Medieval Congress. University of Leeds.
April 2017: Classical Association Conference
April 2017: WCC AGM “Diversity in Classics”
Call for papers. University of Oxford.
January 2017: Wikipedia Editathon
Wikipedia Editathon. ICS, London.
Post with videos from the day
December 2016: Workshop for Mid-Career Classicists
Workshop for mid-career women classicists. King’s College London.
July 2016: Classics and Feminist Pedagogy
Classics and Feminist Pedagogy: Practical Tips for Teaching. University of Birmingham.
April 2016: Launch Event and AGM
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