Research Student Seminar VII: Dr Hugh Bowden on ‘History and the heroic individual: the difficulties of writing about Alexander the Great’

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Date: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Time: 6-8pm (followed by dinner and drinks)
Venue: G15, Malet Street (see map here)

The penultimate Research Student Seminar of this academic year will be held on Tuesday 18 June, when Dr Hugh Bowden (King’s College London) will speak about ‘History and the heroic individual: the difficulties of writing about Alexander the Great’.

The seminar takes place in G15, Malet Street (see map here) and will be followed by drinks and dinner at a local pub, so please let Emma (elundi01@mail.bbk.ac.uk) or Janet (janetlweston@hotmail.com) know if you’re planning on joining us there (we’ll book a table).

The last seminar this term – on 2 July –  will feature Professor Ludmilla Jordanova (King’s College London/Durham) on visual cultures.

Read Sarah Watkins’ review on Dr Thomas Dixon’s talk on ‘Weeping Britannia: How and Why to Write the History of Tears’ here

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