MCPHH/CA Public Lecture: “Is ‘race’ a theme in Petrarch’s Africa, and why should we care?”, Dr Sam Agbamu – 26 October, 2022, 6pm

Geoffrey Manton Building, Manchester Metropolitan University, Lecture Theatre 1

Dr Sam Agbamu (Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Royal Holloway, University of London). Sam is a classicist who is especially interested in the relationship between Latin literature and post-classical imperialism, as well as the role of the discipline of Classics in the formation of discourses of ‘race’ and nationhood.

For more about his research, teaching and publications, see his RHUL profile

This jointly-hosted public lecture is open to all and is a hybrid event. Please ensure that you book either a ‘in person’ or an ‘online’ ticket.

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