Past Events

    Aristophanic comedy and society – 25th Jan 2019

    As part of the Warwick Ancient Drama Festival, on 25th January I gave a lecture on ‘Aristophanic comedy and Society’ at the University of Warwick. For more information on this year’s production, Aristophanes’ Frogs, click here. And for a video of my lecture, follow this link.

    Classics for All Lecture – 12th December 2017

    On 12th December I will be giving the 2nd annual Friends of Classics Memorial Lecture for Classics for All. Details to follow. For more information on the Classics for All organisation, please check out their website

    Heffers Classics Forum talk – 28th October 2017

    I will be speaking at the Heffers Classics Forum, Cambridge – more details to follow. Time: TBC – full event 10am – 6pm Venue: Hicks Room, The University Centre, Granta Place, Cambridge, CB2 1RU

    Festival of the Future City – 18th October 2017

    What Can We Learn from Cities of the Past? Location: Watershed Time: 7:40pm – 9:00pm On the evening of the 18th of the October, I’ll be taking part in the second Festival of the Future City which is being held on the 18th-20th October in Bristol

    Also Festival – 1st July 2017

    “Daring you to see the true realities of ancient Greece” When: Saturday 1st July – Main talk 12-1pm, discussion with Natalie Haynes to follow at 1-2pm. Where: Park Farm, Compton Verney, Warwickshire This year I’ll be appearing at the Also festival to give a talk

    Cambridge Classical Association Talk – 16th June 2017

    “Ancient Worlds: Linking East and West” Venue: Room 1.02, Classics Faculty, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge Time: 6pm – 7 pm Drinks in the Cast Gallery 7pm- 8pm Lecture in Room 1.02 At a meeting of the Cambridge Classical Assocation, I’ll be talking about themes from my latest publication

    Oxford Literary Festival – 27th March 2017

    Ancient Worlds: An Epic History of East and West Venue: Weston Lecture Theatre Time: 12 – 1pm At the Oxford Literary Festival, I’ll be talking about themes from my latest publication, ‘Ancient Worlds’. The book is out now in both hardback and paperback

    Waterstones Hampstead – 2nd March 2017

    An Evening with Dr Michael Scott, at Waterstones’ London Hampstead store Time: 7pm Location: Waterstones, Hampstead – 68-69 Hampstead High St, London NW3 1QP I will be talking about my book, “Ancient Worlds: An Epic History of East and West”

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Ancient Worlds Linking East and West
Time: 5pm
Location: Kevinhall Lecture Theatre

I will be speaking as part of the Humanities Lecture Series in Glasgow this January, discussing themes from my latest publication.

For more information about the University of Glasgow Humanities Lecture Series, see their website here.