Dr. Anna Simandiraki-Grimshaw is an Aegean Bronze Age archaeologist. She lectures in Archaeology at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, among other institutions. She is also affiliated with Durham University and Humboldt University in Berlin.
Classical Greece (480-323 BCE) was a fascinating and influential period of world history. Join us to explore spectacular arts, intriguing politics and intellectual achievements through a multitude of learning materials and a museum visit.
Geometric and Archaic Greece (c. 1000-480 BCE) formed a fascinating and formative period of world history. Join us to explore revolutionary arts, decisive clashes and intercultural communities through a multitude of learning materials and a museum visit.
Explore dress, jewellery and other body modifications in the collections of the Ashmolean Museum. This day of talks and gallery tours investigates the variety of ways in which garments have been used to alter and present the human body.