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Study Days and Lectures

Classical Art and Archaeology, Greek and Roman literature, Ancient Greek and Latin languages

 

Caroline has lectured extensively including for English Heritage who invited her to deliver an exclusive Members' Event at Lullingstone Roman Villa including a private tour by Caroline of the Villa. English Heritage also arranged a special lecture by Caroline for their volunteers and staff at the Villa. 

Other recent events include lectures for ASPROM (The Association for the Study and Preservation of Roman Mosaics), DROP (Discover Roman Otford Project) and a podcast for the AWBC (The Godolphin and Latymer Ancient World Breakfast Club).

Caroline is a member of the Classical Association's Speaker List and is delighted to support the Classical Association's outreach activities in this way. 

Forthcoming events in 2022 and 2023 include a talk for the University of Sussex Archaeological Society and  a lecture for Arts4Kent. Arts4Kent have also invited Caroline to give them a guided tour of Lullingstone Roman Villa.

Caroline delivered the inaugural lecture in the series 'An Evening with Archaeopress'. The recording of her lecture is available to watch free of charge here: 'Culture and Society at Lullingstone Roman Villa'.  

Caroline also does outreach work with local primary schools, offering visits to correspond with the National Curriculum Key Stages 1 and 2 topics of the Greeks and Romans. Recent school events include leading a team of Year 4 pupils in a debate about the Parthenon Sculptures and delivering lessons in ‘An Introduction to Latin’ and ‘Beginners’ Greek’. Caroline is happy to talk on a variety of Classical topics, for all age ranges, and would be delighted to tailor a study day to your needs. Please contact her if you would like to enquire further.

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TESTIMONIALS

Thank you very much for coming to our debate. I learned a lot and I particularly enjoyed it when we had to write our own speeches.

KS2 pupil, Kent

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