Tag Archives: James Robson

Rik Mayall, willies, and x-rated ancient comedy

Dr James Robson (Classical Studies) wrote in the London Evening Standard on 17 June that he “was surprised last week to see that an X-rated warning had been slapped on the downloads in my Birth of Comedy course, now near … Continue reading

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The Birth of Comedy – a new iTunesU course in celebration!

The Birth of Comedy – a new iTunesU course in celebration! The first official staging of a comedy in Athens took place in 487 BC, or thereabouts. If you are peculiarly bad at counting, then you will conclude that it … Continue reading

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Digital Pedagogy: how are new technologies transforming the interface between research and learning?

Friday, 6 June 2014 Senate House, London room 246 (6th floor) Free, but places are limited – sign up on Eventbrite (details below) Funded by the AHRC, Hestia2 has been exploring some of the consequences of applying digital technologies to … Continue reading

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