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Annual Report oj the Delegacy Honours Greek and Philosophy Subsidiary Latin Postgraduate 13 Departmental Notes Professor Barron spent the Michaelmas term at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton working on book on Athenian imperial propaganda While in America he gave number of lectures on the same subject at the Institute itself at the University of Pennsyl- vania and at Harvard and McGill Universities At McGill he also read paper entitled 'Ibycus regained' On his return Professor Barron gave lectures on 'Classical Greek mural painting' to the Classical Association at Hull to the Glasgow Archaeological Society and to the new University of Ulster at Coleraine In April he accompanied group of 150 schoolchildren mainly from London and the Liverpool area on week's excursion to Greece and also accompanied Messrs and Swan's Hellenic Cruise No 120 as Guest Lecturer He again served as President of the London Association of Classical Teachers and as External Examiner in Classical Archaeology to the University of Edinburgh Professor Alan Cameron gave course of intercollegiate lectures on Catullus and read papers on 'Protest and violence in the Roman Empire' at the Universities of Leicester and Leeds He also gave lecture on 'Bread and Circuses' to the University of Liverpool Classical Society and lecture on 'Philosophy and culture in late- fourth-century Rome the Symmachi' to the Society for the Promo- tion of Roman Studies In November he spoke at the London Associa- tion of Classical Teachers Schools Conference on Ovid He also lectured on 'Popular Idols in the Roman World' to the Kensington Round Table and jointly with Dr Cameron held series of postgraduate seminars on number of early Byzantine topics Dr Cameron spoke at the London Association of Classical Teachers Schools Conference at King's College in November on 'Horace and moral seriousness' She also held series of seminars jointly with MrJ Carter at the Institute of Classical Studies in the Lent Term on 'Augustus' and gave seminar at the Institute of Classical Studies in May on 'Textual problems in Corippus In laudem Iustini minoris' Mr Courtney was President of the London Classical Society and also delivered course of intercollegiate lectures on 'Elementary
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