Current research students (PhD, MPhil)
Below is a list of our current research students, with their thesis titles (where decided-upon).
Terry Abbott: Literacy and status in the Greek world
Ilias Anemodouris: Senecan drama and the tradition of declamatio
Sarah Brooks: A commentary on Ars Amatoria 2
James Brookes (co-supervision with Linguistics): Latin word order
James Corke-Webster: Family Relationships, Violence, and Religious Change in early Christianity and Islam
Jessica Dixon: Adultery in the Roman empire
Ashley Hern (part-time): Relations between the Roman army and society, esp. in Gaul, ss. iv-vii AD
Kirsty Jenkins (part-time): A Comparison of Roman comedy with Japanese Kyogen.
Sam Jones (part-time): The relationship between artistic depictions of old age and social treatment of the elderly in ancient Rome
Tim Kenny: A commentary on Apollonius of Rhodes, Argonautica Book 1
Valerie Knight (part-time): The Secondary Tradition of the Latin text of Alexander Trallianus? De podagra.
Christos Makropoulos (part-time): lexical semantic change in koin? Greek
Melissa Markauskas: Ambrose of Milan and mechanics of establishing orthodoxy
Peter Maskell: Carthaginian Imperialism: A Cultural Study
Daniele Miano: Cults of abstractions in the Roman mid-Republic
Rebekka Ott: Word order in Latin: The Syntax of Noun Phrases in Republican Latin
Rachel Plummer (part-time): Pregnancy and the Role of Men in the Roman World
Aimee Schofield: Experimental archaeology and siege warfare
Stevie Spiegl: Roman urban living conditions
Amy Stanley: Criminalisation and stigmatisation in classical Athens
Phil Turner (co-supervision with Life Sciences): Reception of the Egyptian god Seth