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One of the things everyone is surprised by is how much reading you are expected to do as a Cambridge Classics student.
Whatever college you have got a place at, you will find yourself being expected not only to get up to speed reading Greek and Latin texts on your own, but to read widely in classical literature in translation and in what modern scholars have said about it.
Every issue contains a dozen or so short articles on aspects of Classics, written by those who teach in universities.
It costs only £3 and both the current number and back-numbers are available from the Classical Association website.
This is particularly true at King's, where we are impatient to get on with the amazing things one can dig out of Latin and Greek texts - but one can only begin digging once one has read those texts. Read them in English translation, but, if you can, read the suggested parts in Greek (if you have A level or equivalent Greek) or Latin.This guide was developed in 2013 in response to requests from Swarthmore students, faculty, and staff to clarify terminology that came up in discussions around diversity and inclusion.(Learn more here.) As of 2019, this guide is no longer actively updated, but the definitions, articles, and other resources are still available (see links at the left).He is currently the Secretary General of Chinese Society for Immunology (2014.10- ), President of Federation of Immunological Societies in Asia and Oceania FIMSA (2012.5- 2015.6) and President of Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases GACD (2013.12-2015.12).Professor Xuetao Cao’s major interests are innate response and immune regulation, immunobiology of APCs (dendritic cells, macrophages), cancer immunotherapy.
So before you come you should get some of the most central texts under your belt, and begin to explore the sorts of things that scholars do with them. The second part lists some introductory works good for orientation (and as it happens with quite heavy King's connections! The third part lists some classic works of scholarship which offer ways in to Classics which you may not have yet come across.