Michael has been promoted to a Professorship at the University of Warwick in recognition of his achievements in research, teaching, public engagement and outreach
Michael returns to BBC2 in a new 3 part series Ancient Invisible Cities, exploring Cairo, Istanbul and Athens
Scott is a lucid teacher who brings the past to life with his effortlessly engaging style.
- The Mail on Sunday.
Michael charmed us all with his huge expertise, deep knowledge and extremely personable approach to history.
- Sarah Rigby, Hutchinson Senior Editor
Michael Scott deftly steers the study of ancient history into the twenty-first century.
- Prof. Walter Scheidel, Stanford University
This is a properly exciting state of the art History TV.
- DAILY EXPRESS
Torch, the University of Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, 2 April 2020 Professor Michael Scott, Professor of Classics and Ancient […] Read More
Invisible Cities airs on BBC2 in late 2018. In the latest series of Invisible Cities, Michael heads to Cairo, Istanbul and Athens across 3 episodes, to uncover the forgotten, hard to reach and invisible aspects of these extraordinary cities and in so doing, offers new perspectives on their dramatic and important histories.Read More
Centre for Hellenic Studies discussion of Euripides Ion – 17th June 10-11.30am EST, 3-4.30pm GMT Out of Chaos Theatre, the […] Read More
In May, Warwick University launched its first TEAL Fest – Technology Enhanced Active Learning Festival: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/od/academic-development/edfest2020/tealfest/ I was very happy to be able to participate. I thought originally I would be doing so from Australia, […] Read More