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The Network for the Interface of Classics and Politics

The Network examines the relationship between contemporary politics (broadly defined) and classical rhetorical and oratorical debates.

Our aim is to bring scholars at any stage of their careers together with an interest in the how politicians communicate. We organise an annual conference in Liverpool for interested academics to share their latest research, discuss collaborations, and to foster an interdisciplinary community of scholars.

People Students and academics in conversation by a poster


Find out more about our members.

Our Launch Event Professor Jon Tonge with students reading newspapers


Read about the launch of the network

Undergraduate Teaching Dr Alex Mackenzie with students in class

Undergraduate Teaching

Find out more about our undergraduate modules.

Publications A pile of books written by University of Liverpool academics


We have published in leading journals on classical and contemporary politics.