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Hair Loss as Facial Disfigurement in Ancient Rome?

Jane Draycott is the Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow in the Department of Classics at the University of Glasgow. She co-edited, with Emma-Jayne Graham, Bodies of Evidence: Ancient Anatomical Votives, Past, Present and Future (London: Routledge, 2017) Hair Loss … Continue reading

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Effaced Conference – one week on

Thanks to everyone for coming to the conference and especially to our keynotes, Suzannah Biernoff and Effaced’s new friends Rosemarie Garland-Thomson and Caroline Wilkinson. Their three lectures all crossed disciplinary boundaries and made delegates think outside their own areas of specialisms, … Continue reading

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Jane Draycott (University of Wales, Trinity Saint David), ‘Hair Loss as Facial Disfigurement in Ancient Rome?’

Dr Jane Draycott of the University of Wales, Trinity St David, will be speaking at the Effaced from History conference on April 1. To register and view the full program, visit the conference website. Abstract Physiognomy, the art of interpreting and judging … 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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