Date: Sunday 4 June 2023
Time: 1:45–4pm
Location: Room E302, Forgan Smith Building, UQ St Lucia
Price: $10

Emeritus Professor Trevor Bryce, Honorary Professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland had an impressive career as an academic and University administrator, spanning over six-decades. During this career, Emeritus Professor Bryce has encountered a vast variety of weird and wonderful scenarios.

This presentation will be a continuation of Emeritus Professor Bryce’s reflections on his career, taking us through classrooms, common rooms and conference rooms in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the US. He’ll also be reflecting on his experiences on camera and behind the scenes of various television productions, and the joys and frustrations of leading fifty or more tours through the Mediterranean lands. 

Presenter: Emeritus Professor Trevor Bryce

Emeritus Professor Trevor Bryce MA PhD DLitt (all Qld), FAHA, has held the positions of lecturer, senior lecturer, and reader in the University of Queensland, Professor of Classics and Ancient History in the University of New England, and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Lincoln University, New Zealand.

He was awarded an Australian Centenary Medal for services to History. He is the author of twenty books (several co-authored) and approximately 130 articles and book chapters mainly on ancient Near Eastern history and civilization. He has also been a consultant for, and participant in, a number of television programs.

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