Dear Sheffield CA friends,
This year has brought us many things, but one that we can definitely celebrate is that 2020 is the centenary of the founding of the Sheffield branch of the Classical Association!
To help us mark our centenary year, we are delighted to be hosting a virtual talk:
Professor John Drinkwater: 'Sejanus, black-hearted villain or innocent victim of the paranoia of the emperor Tiberius?'
Wednesday 14 October, 16:15-17:30 (UK time)
Sign up to attend by completing this form (you will be sent a link to join the talk closer to the time):
Professor Drinkwater (Nottingham/Sheffield) is a distinguished Roman historian and a long-time supporter of the Sheffield CA branch - a double treat for us in the centenary year. This talk will be co-hosted by the Medieval and Ancient Research Seminars (MARS).
Also to note:
Dr Jane Rempel (she/her)
Lecturer in Classical Archaeology
Department of Archaeology
University of Sheffield
10-16 Regent Street
Sheffield branch of the Classical Association, founded in 1920