Roman Archaeology teaching for diversity and inclusion: or what a difference 10 weeks makes

Dr Zena Kamash FSA, Senior Lecturer in Roman Archaeology, Dept of Classics, Royal Holloway Zena.Kamash@rhul.ac.uk @ZenaKamash In 2019 I was invited to give the keynote lecture at the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference that would take place that year in Canterbury, Kent, UK. I immediately knew that I wanted to talk about diversity and inclusion inContinue reading “Roman Archaeology teaching for diversity and inclusion: or what a difference 10 weeks makes”

WYSIWYG Classics, Or: Making Roman diversity visible, audible, and accessible for 21st century audiences

image credit:  Fabien Dany – http://www.fabiendany.com  Peter Kruschwitz What do we want to see (and do we have a choice)? WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get – is an acronym with a long history. It was especially important during the infant days of the computing age: programmes that allowed you to viewContinue reading “WYSIWYG Classics, Or: Making Roman diversity visible, audible, and accessible for 21st century audiences”

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