Upcoming


    IASTE 2021: Virtual Traditions

    Michael will be speaking at the 17th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE), APRIL 7-10th 2021 at Nottingham Trent University, UK. Watch this space for more details soon, and follow this link to learn more about the conference.

    You’re Dead To Me – Live!

    On 23rd April 2021 Michael will join host Greg Jenner at Union Chapel in Islington for a special live episode of You’re Dead To Me. To find out more about this event and to book tickets follow this link.

Past Events


    On Disruptions in History and Archaeology – Saturday, September 5th 2020

    On Saturday, September 5th 2020 at 14:55 – 15:10, Michael will be speaking at the IASTE (International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments) Virtual Event ‘Disruptive Traditions: The Pandemic and it’s Impact on Traditional Built Environments’ on Disruptions in History and Archaeology. REGISTRATION AND ATTENDANCE In this first IASTE VIRTUAL SEMINAR event, the IASTE […]

    What the Greeks did with the Idea of Troy – British Museum 17th January 2020

    Broadcaster Michael Scott, Professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Warwick, provocatively considers how the idea of Troy was used and abused in Greek culture and literature. To find out more, follow this link. Friday 17 January 2020 18.30–19.45 BP Lecture Theatre Tickets £12 Members/Concessions £10 Book online  Phone +44 (0)20 7323 […]

    Ancient Worlds Study Day 21st November

    On Thursday 21st November the Warwick Classics Network and Dept of Classics and Ancient History at Warwick will be running our FREE 2019 Warwick Classics Network Study Day entitled ‘Ancient Worlds’ where I will be giving a talk ‘Heracles – he does get around’. Organised through the generous support of the A. G. Leventis Foundation, […]

    Ancient Myths: Now and in the Future – 20th October 2019

    As part of the 2019 Oxford Lieder festival ‘Tales of Beyond: Magic, Myths and Mortals’ Prof. Michael Scott will be talking on ‘Ancient Myths: Now and in the Future’ at the event ‘A Night at the Museum’ at the Ashmolean Museum, on Sunday 20th October at 7pm. One of the highlights of this year’s Festival, […]

    Ancient Greece, Virtually – British Science Festival, 13th September

    When asked to conjure images of the ancient world, we usually imagine the Roman or Egyptian Empires. Despite being made famous by mythological stories and philosophers like Aristotle, ancient Greece isn’t quite as easy to picture. Through virtual reality (VR), presenter and archaeologist Michael Scott is changing this. By laser scanning ruins and archaeological sites, […]

    Greek Religion – WCN Classical Civilisation Teachers Day 1st July 2019

    Michael will be speaking on ‘Greek Religion’ at the Warwick Classics Network FREE Classical Civilisation A-level Teachers Day on Monday 1st July 2019, at the University of Warwick. The event will include sessions led by Warwick academics as well as a session led by Alex Orgee, subject leader of classics at OCR. Free bursaries are […]

    FX Talks 16th May 2019

    In his BBC2 series Ancient Invisible Cities, Michael enlivened the past and offered new ways of thinking. Now Michael has been invited to talk at FX Talks 2019 to share some of his ideas live on stage. FX Talks is back for its third year, bringing more radical thinking to Hawksmoor’s Christ church Spitalfields, London, […]

    Unknowability: How do we know what we cannot know? 4th April 2019

    I’ll be speaking at this conference, about what we can and cannot know about the ancient oracle of Delphi, in New York on 4th April 2019, hosted at the New School Centre for Public Scholarship. More at centerforpublicscholarship.org. The video of my talk can be seen by clicking on this link.

A talk for schools and those studying GCSE / A-level in Classical Civilisation and/or Ancient History, Greek, Latin. More details to come, so watch this space!

The talk is organised by Helen McVeigh. To attend please contact: helenmcveigh@gmail.com

See also https://classicalassociationni.wordpress.com/