29 Feb 2020
10.30 - 16.30
BP Lecture Theatre
British Museum, Great Russell Street,
London, WC1B 3DG
- £36 (Members)
- £18 (Concessions)
- Please note-
BM Members and all Seniors are offered the £36 rate by the City Lit. The cost includes morning coffee and afternoon tea.
This event will be recorded
The British Museum's annual City Lit Classics Day in 2020 will offer lectures exploring the interpretations and reinterpretations of Troy, through archaeology, literature and art. Why and how has ancient Troy, its legends, heroes and myths, been of such enduring resonance throughout the ages?
The keynote speaker will be Ian Morris, Willard Professor of Classics at Stanford University, USA. Other lecturers will include Gesine Manuwald, Professor of Latin, UCL, Hilary Williams, British Museum, and exhibition curators Alexandra Villing and Victoria Donnellan.
This event is only bookable via the partner organisation, City Lit (link at the top of this page) or telephone 020 7831 7831.
Please note: BM Members and all Seniors are offered the £36 rate by the City Lit. The cost includes morning coffee and afternoon tea.
This event is only bookable via the partner organisation, City Lit, on https://www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/classics-day or telephone 020 7831 7831 City Lit course RC061.