Weekend Reading: The Stylish Classicist’s Christmas List

We’re having a mini-apocalypse here in the North of England. People are dropping like flies: I’ve never seen anything like it. Whole schools are closing to be deep-cleaned. Almost everyone I know has something unpleasantly infectious, ranging from mild colds to weird and vicious viruses, and so we’re all somewhere on the spectrum from ‘fed … More Weekend Reading: The Stylish Classicist’s Christmas List

Weekend Reading: Sage on the Stage at the Sage

This week the internet has been all snarled up with politics – and not the classical kind. So it’s probably time for me to re-state my commitment to having an apolitical website. No party politics, no opinions on Brexit, no views on current electoral issues will be expressed here. My political convictions are my own, … More Weekend Reading: Sage on the Stage at the Sage

Weekend Reading: Caesar’s Secrets

It’s been another one of those disturbing weeks, with classicists taking to the internet to highlight scandals and injustices, and with a full complement of classical-political lunacy. The Paideia drama continues to rumble on (for those UK classicists who may not have been following, the Paideia Institute is a US-based Latin-teaching organisation which claims to … More Weekend Reading: Caesar’s Secrets