Robin Osborne – Turning Art into History: the case of classical Athens

Athenian painted pottery offers many scenes that relate to daily life, but what sort of a history do they enable us to write? By focusing on the ways in which the scenes of aspects of daily life change over time, Professor Robin Osborn argues that we can see something of the complex ways in which aesthetics and politics interact in a society.

Richard Clogg – Xeniteia: the Greek diaspora in modern times

Event date: 14 March 2013                     Windsor Auditorium, Royal Holloway, Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX Royal Holloway Department of History Twelfth Annual Hellenic Institute Lecture Professor Richard Clogg (Emeritus Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford and Visiting Professor in Modern Greek History at RHUL Hellenic  Institute) – Xeniteia: the Greek diaspora in modern …