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  1. SHAPS Digest (July 2023)

    A monthly roundup of media commentary, publications, projects and other news from across the School community.


  2. Robyn Cooper

    Robyn Cooper, (MA in Classics & Archaeology) ‘Romans, Religion, and Residences. Investigating the Relationship of Domestic Spaces and Roman Homes throughout Pompeii, Herculaneum, and the Iberian …


  3. Beauty, Wine and Death in the Ancient World

    Picture a woman gazing at her face in a small mirror of highly polished brass. She has never seen her whole body – no mirror is …


  4. Has Russia Contained the Prigozhin Threat?

    Its long history of managing violent mercenaries suggests so, as Professor Mark Edele explores in this article, republished from The Conversation. A month on since pundits …


  5. We Need Good Policy to Back Working Dads

    How do men feel when they become fathers? Associate Professor Daniel Halliday (Philosophy) and Professor Cordelia Fine (HPS), together with Dr Melissa Wheeler (Swinburne Business School) spoke …


  6. ‘Wokeness’ and White Conservatives in America

    Conservatives in the United States have launched an offensive against so-called wokeness as they head towards the 2024 Presidential Election. In this article, first published in …


  7. Guaraní Labour and British Capitalism

    Dr Freg Stokes recently completed his PhD in History, focusing on the history of Indigenous resistance to colonisation in the Atlantic rainforest of South America from …


  8. Introducing Dr Andonis Piperoglou

    In 2022 Dr Andonis Piperoglou was appointed the inaugural Hellenic Senior Lecturer in Global Diasporas. In this role Dr Piperoglou is teaching on topics related to …


  9. Reading the Nineteenth-Century Diaries of Girls Migrating to Australia

    In the nineteenth century, a large number of girls and young women (aged from under 15 to their early 20s) made the long journey to Australia …


  10. Tribute to Mark Raphael Baker

    The School community was saddened by the death in early May of distinguished historian Mark Raphael Baker, inaugural Lecturer in Jewish Studies in 1988 and former …


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