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Armand D'Angour

Armand D’Angour teaches Classics at Jesus College, Oxford University, where he is an Associate Professor. His research has helped to recover the sounds of ancient Greek music from ancient documents, resulting in a 15-minute Youtube video (Rediscovering Greek Music 2017) that has been accessed by over half a million viewers. His book Socrates in Love (Bloomsbury 2019) uses overlooked historical sources to paint a new picture of Socrates' early life and philosophical influences.
Josephus and other Jews: Piety and Schism, Faith and Intelligence in Jewish History and Culture

Titus Flavius Josephus (born as Joseph ben Mattathias) was a Jewish general turned Roman historian and the author of The Jewish War, an account of the Jewish revolt against Rome and one of the greatest war narratives ever written. A diaspora writer, he wrote in Greek for an audience of both Jews and non-Jews. Martin Goodman and Frederic Raphael discuss the role of Josephus as a paradigm in interpreting Jewish culture.

The George Webber Memorial Event