Classical Association of NSW

Todd Lecture Series

This significant event is held once every two years and consists of a lecture delivered by a distinguished classical scholar with an international reputation. It is sponsored by the University of Sydney in conjunction with the Department of Classics & Ancient History and the Classical Association of NSW. It commemorates the life and work of Professor Todd, one-time Professor of Latin, University of Sydney.


Past Lectures

Click here for a full list of past Todd lectures

Some lectures are available online. Others can be ordered using the forms below:

Order form for the 20th Todd Memorial Lecture,
Harriet Flower, Consensus and Community in Republican Rome

Order form for 19th Todd Memorial Lecture,
Miriam Griffin, Symptoms and Sympathy in Latin Letters

Order form for the 15th Todd Memorial Lecture,
Kathleen Coleman, Bonds of Danger: communal life in the gladiatorial barracks of ancient Rome



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