Postgraduate Course in Roman Epigraphy 2022: applications invited

Postgraduate Course in Roman Epigraphy 2022: applications invited

We are now accepting applications for the Postgraduate Course in Roman Epigraphy 2022. This biennial course is designed for postgraduates in archaeology, ancient history, art history, museum studies, classics and related fields who wish to pursue the study of epigraphic evidence in their research.

The intensive eight-day course explores the uses of epigraphy as a source in various formats and contexts considering how writing is presented in the ancient and modern landscapes.

The course will run from Monday 11 July to Wednesday 20 July 2022.

The deadline for applications is Friday 19 February 2022.

For more details, including how to apply, please see our Taught Courses page.

Students taking part in an epigraphy workshop in the BSR courtyard

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