Scottish-Hellenic Society events are held on Tuesdays at 5.15pm in Swallowgate 11 (S11), School of Classics, unless otherwise specified. Please arrive 5-10 minutes ahead of the starting time, and note that the door in the Swallowgate building will close at 5.15pm.
27th September, 5.30pm: Opening Party
8th November, 5.15pm: Public lecture by Chris White ‘Abducting a General – Patrick Leigh Fermor and the Second World War’ (jointly with the Archaeology Society)
24th January, 5.15pm: Public lecture by Roderick Beaton ‘Why did the Greek Revolution break out in 1821?’ (sponsored by the SPHS)
7th February, 5.15pm: Public lecture by Elizabeth Fowden ‘King Solomon, Perikles and the Parthenon Mosque’ (sponsored by the School of Classics)
21st February, 5.15pm: Public lecture by Alex Long ‘Immortality in early Greek poetry and philosophy’
28th March, 5.00pm: Film showing Uranya (2006), followed by live Q&A with the director Costas Kapakas – N.B. Venue: School II, United College (St Salvators)