Working-Class Classics: Myths, Stories and Experiences

Lilah Grace Canevaro and Mirko Canevaro ‘Working-Class Classics: A Conversation’ took place on Thursday 22nd April. The event featured 10 speakers and was attended by over 60 people. The presentations were impassioned, the discussion equally so, and the sharing of war stories had a powerful impact. We heard from undergraduates, postgraduates, postdocs and academics atContinue reading “Working-Class Classics: Myths, Stories and Experiences”

Classics and the Unprotected Characteristic: Towards a Network of Working-Class Classicists

Lilah Grace Canevaro and Mirko Canevaro, University of Edinburgh Class is not listed as a protected characteristic in the Equality Act 2010. Class is not necessarily visible, and it is not always talked about. But class plays a crucial role in both access to university and the university experience. The class divide is particularly evidentContinue reading “Classics and the Unprotected Characteristic: Towards a Network of Working-Class Classicists”

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