C. Addey | R. Anderson | E. Buckley | J. Coderch | J. Coulston | E. Gee | S. Halliwell | J. Hesk | A. König | J. König | M. Lavan | S. Lewis | A.Long | B. Lowe | C. Machado | N. Manioti | R. Rees | C. Smith | R. Sweetman | K. Mantzouranis | N. Wiater | G. Woolf.
Please feel free to contact members of staff with specific queries. General enquiries should be directed to the School Secretary.
Phone: 01334 462609
Greek philosophy, especially Plato and Neoplatonism; Greek oracles; Greek, Roman and Egyptian religions; late antique literature and culture, especially ancient literary theory and book culture; the history of religions.
Director of Teaching, Exams Officer, Impact Officer, Subhonours Co-ordinator
Phone: 01334 462619
Greek religion, ritual and magic; anthropological theories of religion and the lived experience of religion and magic in the ancient world.
Director of postgraduate studies
Phone: 01334 462622
Latin literature of the early imperial era, esp. post-Virgilian epic and drama; the reception of Virgil and Ovid in the Medieval, Renaissance and Early Modern periods.
Phone: 01334 462611
Greek and Latin languages at all levels
Admissions officer, Study abroad co-ordinator, Subhonours adviser, Schools contact, University Senator
Phone: 01334 462612
Archaeology of the Roman empire, Roman art, the City of Rome, ancient warfare, Roman military equipment, Roman army, Asiatic steppe nomad cultures
LT programme convener, MLitt programme convener
Phone: 01334 462621
Latin Literature; Ancient Astronomy; Reception of ancient astronomy and literature in the Renaissance
On research leave 2014-16
Phone: 01334 462617
Greek literature, especially tragedy and comedy; Greek philosophy, especially Plato and Aristotle; Greek poetics and aesthetics; the Classical Tradition, especially theories of poetry and art.
Deputy Head of School, Academic misconduct officer
Phone: 01334 462620
Greek literature and culture, especially Homer, tragedy, comedy, Attic oratory, Greek and Roman rhetorical theory and education.
On research leave
Phone: 01334 462607
Imperial Latin literature and politics, especially Nervan and Trajanic literature; ancient technical/scientific writing; military writing; the Latin exempla tradition; Latin language teaching.
Head of School
Phone: 01334 462618
Greek and Roman literature and culture, especially Greek literature of the imperial period; ancient athletics
On research leave
Phone: 01334 462610
Roman society and culture, especially imperialism, slavery and patronage; Roman historiography; the theory and practice of cultural history.
Admissions officer, Honours adviser
Phone: 01334 462605
Greek political and social history, especially tyranny, iconography and women's history, and communications.
On research leave
Phone: 01334 461607
Greek and Roman philosophy, particularly Plato, Stoicism and ancient political thought
Phone: 01334 462615
Roman social and economic history; ancient economy and trade; Pompeii & Herculaneum; the history of the Late Republic
Social and cultural history of the Roman Empire; history and archaeology of Rome; epigraphic and material cultures of Italy; ancient urbanism and civic life.
Phone: 01334 462613
Latin epic (Virgil, Ovid, Valerius Flaccus, Statius); Roman women; Roman family; Greek and Roman myth.
Phone: 01334 462616
History of Greek Political Thought; Greek Ethical and Political Philosophy; Greek Historiography; Social and Cultural History of Archaic and Classical Greece; Homer and Archaic Poetry.
Director of Research
Phone: 01334 462685
Latin panegyric, Virgil, Catullus, the history and culture of late antiquity; the reception of Latin literature in modern English verse; praise discourse in Roman society.
Phone: 01334 462606
Greek and Roman Archaeology, especially archaeology of Roman & Late Antique Crete, Late Antique Peloponnese (especially Sparta), archaeology of Late Antique religion and Roman provinces.
GK programme convener, Subhonours adviser
Phone: 01334 462625
Late Hellenistic & early Imperial Greek literature & culture; Greek intellectual culture & cultural identity; modern theoretical approaches & ancient literature.
Cultural history of the Roman Empire; ancient economic and social history; ancient literacy; Roman provincial archaeology; Roman Gaul. Ancient Science, Provincial Cults.
Administrative & support staff
Mrs Margaret Goudie
Secretary to Senior Staff; Postgraduate Applications, Publicity, Conference arrangements, FOI, Data Protection; available mornings only
Phone: 01334 462608
Mrs Irene Paulton
School secretary, responsible for administration of the school
Phone: 01334 462600
Mary Woodcock Kroble
Phone: 01334 461768
Mrs Carol Wright
Assistant Secretary, including disabilities, health and safety and library. Works term time only.
Phone: 01334 462608
Earlier and Classical Latin language and literature, and the interaction of Greek and Roman (and other) cultures in the Hellenistic period roughly from Alexander to the Antonines; Greek and Roman science and mathematics, focusing on the third century B. C. (Eratosthenes, Archimedes, Euclid, Apollonius), Ptolemy, and the transmission of their ideas and lore.
Later Roman empire, History of Roman Gaul. History of Christianity, History of Women in Antiquity, Roman legal culture and society.
Latin language and literature, particularly the younger Seneca, and Latin philosophical, scientific and technical writing; Roman intellectual life, especially Roman ideas about the natural world; the development of the language and style of Latin prose in the early empire.
Dr Michel M Austin
Greek Social and Economic History; the History of the Hellenistic world
Prof. Elizabeth M Craik
Greek Tragedy; Religion and Myth; Regional and Social History of Greece; Medicine.
Reception : Robert Graves and cultural history; The Beat Generation writers.
Rhetoric, the voice and dysfluency; ancient medicine.
Roman arms and armour; Roman military archaeology; Roman roads; Corbridge; Vegetius; Archaeological publishing; Electronic publishing technology.
Prof. Matthew Dickie
Greek and Roman literature and culture; Greek and Roman Magic
Excavation of Torone by the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens.