CREWS is hosting a fun event for adults as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas on Friday (19th Oct, 7-9pm, Faculty of Classics) - come along and try your hand at some ancient writing systems! https://t.co/jEE8DiUXLd
Announcing Call for Papers:
Constructing the ‘Public Intellectual’ in the Premodern World
A 2-day conference co-hosted by Genealogies of Knowledge; Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology; and CTIS, Manchester Uni.
Manchester, 5-6 Sep 2019
Now published! Edited by @McLellandNicola and @RichardSmithELT, the three- volume set _The History of Language Learning and Teaching_ Overall introduction freely downloadable, and contents pages here: https://t.co/M4YB2qY2tv Ask your library to purchase!3
My colleague Antonia Ruppel (author of the Cambridge Introduction to Sanskrit) has launched a new website for anyone interested in learning Sanskrit, with lots of information and resources, links for a free online course and a new blog. Do check it out! https://t.co/AWNtUHrNIH
This seventeenth-century French-Iroquois dictionary by the Jesuit Pierre-Joseph Marie Chaumonot in the archive of @mcqorg shows striking traces of later use, such as this drawing of a mythical animal to cover up for an ink stain! #research #bookhistory #twitterstorians2