Monthly Archives: October 2015

Call for Papers – Effaced Conference 31 March – 2 April 2016

We are delighted to launch the call for papers for our 2016 conference: Effaced from History? Facial Difference and its Representation from Antiquity to the Present Day. For the full details, please visit the conference page. The event will be held in … Continue reading

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Effaced: the missing noses of classical antiquity

The project group had its inaugural meeting in Cardiff on 17 October 2016 to brainstorm, discuss themes and plan for the project’s future directions. Below, Mark Bradley (Department of Classics, University of Nottingham) discusses the sort of thing we’ll be … Continue reading

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Cardiff meeting update – “5 hours later – we’re all smiling still!”

L-R David H. Jones, Emily Cock, Jane Draycott, Trish Skinner, David Turner, Marjorie Gehrhardt, Suzannah Biernoff, Michelle Webb and Mark Bradley Thanks to Mark B for the photo.

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Effaced Meeting in Cardiff

Emily and Trish are looking forward to welcoming colleagues to the first Effaced project meeting in Cardiff this Saturday, 17 October 2015. Of course the fact that the rugby (or should that be the rygbi?) will be in town may … Continue reading

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First outing for the new Project!

Emily will be presenting a poster featuring two strands of our current research at the Shame, Stigma and Medicine colloquium at Trinity College Dublin tomorrow, 16 October 2015. Here’s a sneak preview (downloads as a ppt): Dublin A1 poster

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