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Current Graduate Students

A great range and quantity of research is done by graduate students in the Faculty of Classics. In the list below current PhD students are given with their provisional dissertation title (or area), where one has been entered. All the graduates can be contacted by e-mail by adding to their CRSid.


Current PhD Students

Name: CRSid: Registered Title:
Ruth Allen ra332 Roman mythological cameos
Daniel Anderson dea29 Commentrary on the Fragments of Crates and related Fragments of Old Comedy
Graham Andrews ga278 Rethinking the third century AD: Greek historiography and political narrative
Vilius Bartninkas vb338 TBC
Chiara Blanco cb780 The Butterfly Soul
Annie Burman acb75 The Sabine Glosses
James Cahill jmc237 The Classical in the Contemporary: the relationship of Greco-Roman art and myth to contemporary art in Britain
Daniel Chiritoiu dac52 Military Writing in the Roman Empire
Patrick Cook prc36 TBC
George Cristea gbc22 Theatricality of Ciceronian Oratory
Mark Darling md547 TBC
Robrecht Decorte rpjmd2 Latin legal language: a linguistic and epigraphic investigation of Roman statutes
Roeland Decorte rpjed2 The politics of iconography in Bronze Age Crete
Sara Diaco sd617 Plato and Epicurus on community
Qiaosheng Dong qd206 Embryology in Ancient Greece and China
Edward Eccles eme23 TBC
Olivia Elder ole22 Roma Multilinguis: the creation and development of Rome from the Middle Republic until AD12
Giulia Fanti gf281 The Didactic Poetry of Lucretius. Manilius and Aetna
Maya Feile Tomes mcf37 Neo-Latin America: Classics, Columbus and the Poetics of the Transatlantic Encounter
Benjamin Folit-Weinberg bjf32 TBC
Mattias Gassman mpg46 Debating Roman Religion in the long fourth century AD
Yehudah Gershon yng21 The Registers of Rhetoric and Dionysius of Halicarnassus
Emma Greensmith eg357 Homer in the present tense: the Posthomerica of Quintus Smyrnaeus and the poetics of impersonation
Stephen Hailey sh737 TBC
Claire Jackson crj33 TBC
Anna Judson apj31 The undeciphered signs of linear B
Talitha Kearey tezk2 Concepts of authorship in the ancient reception of Virgil.
Christian Keime ck465 Citations and reformulations in Plato's Symposium
Alina Kozlovski ak905 Ruining the Romans: the conceptualization of historical space in the Roman world
Rebecca Lees rl488 Towards a genealogy of gender in Late poetry from the Late Republic to Early Empire
Max Leventhal ml649 The symposium in Hellenistic literature and culture
Paul McMullen pim22 The rhetoric of offending the gods in the speeches of Lysias
Georgy Medvedev gm536 TBC
Caroline Musgrove cjm211 The Mother, the Virgin and the Child: The changing gynaecologies of the Late Antique World
Thomas Nelson tjn28 Commentary and texts of Idylls 2, 14 and 15
Charlie Northrop cin21 Character archetypes in Ovid's Metamorphoses
Valeria Pace vp325 Hellenistic literature
Vangelis Pappas vp337 Aristotelian Mathematics
Oliver Passmore ohp20 Vision, perception and epistemology in Homeric epic
Andres Pelavski Atlas adp51 Consciousness in medical writings
Caterina Pello' cp542 Women in the Pythagorean Tradition
Silvia Piepoli sp746 TBC
Mauro Puddu mp676 Beyond Romanization and Indigenization: funerary practices and social interpretation in 2nd century BC - 3rd AD Sardinia
Joshua Pugh Ginn jgp25 TBC
Robert Alexander Rohland rar50 Horace's carpe diem poems
Gabriele Rota gr351 Transmission of Cicero’s letters
Ester Salgarella es636 The Emergence of the Linear B Script in Context
Alessio Santoro as2538 Aristotle's Ontology
Matthew Scarborough mjcs2 The aeolic dialects of ancient greek a study in historical dialectology and linguistic classification
Antonia Schrader ams258 TBC
Robert Sing rjs234 Crisis and the Rhetoric of Public Money in Demosthenes, 355/4-336/5
Anna Stevenson as798 Legal capacity and personality in Athenian Law
Livia Tagliapietra lt394 The development of the ancient Greek dialects in South Italy: a study on linguistic interaction
Henry Tang ht341 The 'Heroes' of the Thebaid
Christina Tsaknaki ckt29 A commentary on Ovid, Tristia book 5
Abraham Van Der Velden ajlv2 Ancient Approaches to Ambiguity in Literature
Ellisif Wasmuth ew419 Self-knowledge in the Platonic Alcibiades I.
George Watson gcw30 Die and Coin: Production in Southern Asia Minor, AD 218-276: numismatic and historical perspectives
Di Yan dy266 Tragedy and autochthony
Cristobal Zarzar Munoz cz298 The problem of conflicting appearances

Current MPhil Students

Name: CRSid:
Sam Agbamu sa620
Teresa Barrett tmb63
Emilia Carslaw ec575
Hannah Clarke hmc63
Alastair Cotterell asbc2
Michael Economou me386
Maxwell Fabiszewski mf573
Ana Maria Guay amg89
Sebastian Hendra sch60
Dylan Kenny dmk44
Hannah Kirk-Evans hck32
Michael Loy mpal2
Robert Machado rm638
Alice Maltin am2376
Peter Martin pm505
Katy Morgan hcm44
Xavier Murray-Pollock xjm20
Nikolas Oktaba no272
Hanneke Reijnierse-Salisbury hls51
Teresa Roeger tcr33
William Turvill wt255
Blaz Zabel bz255



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