Leadership Essay: Laidlaw Reflections
I am a soon-to-be third year student studying Classical Studies and English at the University of St Andrews and I am fascinated by stories. My current research project centres on the often uneasy relationship between truth and entertainment in antiquity, a theme I hope will shed some light on modern times. As a tutor, volunteer, and Undergraduate Researcher in the School of Classics here at St Andrews, I am also a keen advocate for the promotion of the humanities in education. The stories we tell ourselves have far-reaching cultural consequences, and as such I believe we all have the right to education in this field.
If you’re looking for someone to listen to a story or to tell one, please do get in touch!
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