Michèle Lowrie delivers J. H. Gray Lectures in Cambridge

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Michèle Lowrie (Andrew W. Mellon Professor in Classics and the College) delivered the 2018 J. H. Gray Lectures in the Faculty of Classics at the University of Cambridge on the on the idea of security in Roman thought and literature, which is related to her upcoming work during her National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship.

Professor Lowrie's lectures and seminars may be viewed or listened to at the following links:

Lecture, 5/8: Salus: hierarchy, reciprocity and embodied safety.

Lecture, 5/10: Securitas: emperor and citizen.

Seminar, 5/9: Cura: anxiety and tending in Vergil and Horace.