Classical Association of Ireland

Classical Association of Ireland

The Department encourages all students, past and present, to become members of the Classical Association of Ireland which can be done online at the website of the national organization. Membership includes subscription to the journal Classics Ireland. It also encourages all to participate in the activities of the local Cork branch of the CAI normally held once a month in the Cork Education Centre, almost directly across the Western Road from the college gates (see below for details of these activities).

CAI Cork Programme of Events

                                                          Spring Programme 2019

 

Monday, February 4th, 2019, 7.30pm: "From Secular to Sacred: The transformation of the Peregrinus from Augustus to Augustine".

                                                      Dr Meredith Cutrer. Department of History, UCD

              This Lecture is provided with the kind assistance of the Department of Classics, UCC

Monday, March 4th, 2019, 7.30pm: "Democracy and Athenian Imperialism"

                                                      Dr Christopher Farrell, Department of Classics, UCD

             This Lecture is provided with the kind assistance of the Department of Classics, UCC

Monday, April 1st, 2019, 7.30pm: "A Century of Classics in Ireland (1908-2018)"

                       Tom Seaver, CAI Limerick and Past President of the Classical Association

            This Lecture is provided with the kind assistance of the Department of Classics, UCC

Monday, May 6th, 2019, 7.30pm: Members' Papers, an eclectic mix of short papers from branch members.

 

Lectures take place in the Cork Education Support Centre,  Western Road, Cork and begin at 7.30pm with a tea break at 8.15pm, and resume until 9.30pm. Parking on site, and new members always welcome.

                                                           Lectures in O'Rahilly Building Room 2.02 UCC

Tuesday, 29th January, 7.00pm:  "Token Images of the Julio-Claudians".

                                                        Prof. Clare Rowan, University of Warwick      

 

Department of Classics

Clasaicí

O'Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Western Road, Cork, Ireland

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