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Homeric epic; Greek tragedy and comedy; Thucydides; Athenian oratory and Greek rhetorical theory; ancient democracy and its modern legacy; the application of political science and psychology to the texts and culture of Athenian democracy; the influence of ancient drama on contemporary British theatre.
Latin literature, Roman Empire, Nerva/Trajan/Hadrian, intertextuality, literary interactions, cross-cultural interactions, technical writing, history of science, battle narratives, visualising war.
Greek literature and culture of the Roman empire; late Hellenistic, early Christian and late antique literature; place, landscape and environment in ancient and modern culture; ancient encyclopaedic, scientific and miscellanistic writing; the literature and culture of the symposium; ancient athletics.
Deputy Head of School
Director of Impact
Director of Research
Political, social and cultural history of the Roman empire; imperialism; slavery; citizenship; quantitative methods
Rome and Italy; late antiquity; cities and civic life; latin epigraphy; urban space.
Associate Lecturer in Greek & Classical Studies
Mr Kristian Kanstrup Christensen
Dr Manlio Fossati
Sisters; Epic; Roman women; Myth; Representation of space in literature