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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 @cam.ac.uk to their CRSid.

 

Current PhD Students

Name:

CRSid:

Registered Title:

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

Plato's political theology in the Laws

Chiara Blanco

cb780

The Butterfly Soul

Tatiana Bur

tcdb2

Manufacturing the Marvellous: Ancient Technology and Greek Religious Experience

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

Mark Darling

md547

Indo-European verbal morphology

Roeland Decorte

rpjed2

The politics of iconography in Bronze Age Crete

Edward Eccles

eme23

Literary Identity in Ovid’s Tristia and Epistulae ex Ponto

Olivia Elder

ole22

Roma Multilinguis: Language and the construction and negotiation of Roman-ness in the Republican and Imperial periods

Natalia Elvira

ne276

Epichoric alphabets

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

Mattias Gassman

mpg46

Debating Roman Religion in the long fourth century AD

Emma Greensmith

eg357

Homer in the present tense: the Posthomerica of Quintus Smyrnaeus and the poetics of impersonation

Stephen Hailey

sh737

Medieval philosophy

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

Michael Loy

mpal2

Aegean Urbanisation. Islands and Society 1200-500 BC

Robert Machado

rm638

Greek oratory from a sociolinguistic perspective

Charles Manklow

cm862

The experience of the soldier in the Roman army

Georgy Medvedev

gm536

Plato’s theory of forms in the dialogues

Ricarda Meisl

rm834

Performed Violence: Ancient Tragedies and their Image of Violence

Chiara Monaco

cm863

Menanders’ language in the interpretation of Greek lexicographers

Caroline Musgrove

cjm211

The Mother, the Virgin and the Child: The changing gynaecologies of the Late Antique World

Thomas Nelson

tjn28

Intertextual Footnotes from Homer to Hellenistic Poetry

Lea Niccolai

ln294

Issues of self-presentation in the 'third sophistic' (esp. emperor Julian, Synesius of Cyrene)

Charlie Northrop

cin21

Character archetypes in Ovid's Metamorphoses

Valeria Pace

vp325

Hellenistic literature

Vangelis Pappas

vp337

Aristotelian Mathematics

Tulsi Parikh

tp417

A study of the function of votives displayed within Greek sanctuaries in the Archaic

Andres Pelavski Atlas

adp51

Consciousness in medical writings

Caterina Pello'

cp542

Women in the Pythagorean Tradition

Silvia Piepoli

sp746

Second language acquisition and the Greek language

Ludovico Pontiggia

lp478

The presence of Lucan in the Flavian epic poets

Salla Raunio

sjr203

Plato’s Timaeus

Hanneke Reijnierse-Salisbury

hls51

A Comparative study of Female Personifications of Provinces and Colonies under the Roman and British Empires

Teresa Roeger

tcr33

Pagans in literature

Robert Alexander Rohland

rar50

Horace's carpe diem poems

Gabriele Rota

gr351

A study of the Italian transmission of Cicero’s Epist. ad Atticum

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

Heroes and slaves in conversation: discursive negotiations of hierarchical asymmetry in ancient Greek drama

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

Abraham Van Der Velden

ajlv2

Ancient Approaches to Ambiguity in Literature

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:

Registered Title:

Qasim Alli

qza20

Myth in Literature

Albert Bates

atb43

The Reception of Greek texts in 20th Century Art

Jessica Baxter-Jones

jab284

The Oracle at Delphi

Alastair Benn

afb42

Latin Epic

Pawel Borowski

pb659

Convictions and Values of the Roman Republican Elite

Yung In Chae

yic21

Feminist and environmental readings of the classics

Tom Cowie

tc431

Petronius’ “Satyricon”

Elissa Foord

ejcf2

Plato

Orlando Gibbs

og252

Ovid’s use of the Golden Line

Joe Grimwade

jg483

The development of the ars memoriae

Florence Kipps

fk306

Xenephon’s Hellenica

Maria Kovalchuk

mk883

The literary topography of “Arcadia”

Katherine Krauss

kek33

Intertextuality in Greek and Roman literature

Valentina Lunardi

vl287

Latin Texts as Written by Non-Native Latin Speakers

Konstantinos Lygouris

kl464

Polis and the Cosmos in Aeschylus’ Eumenides

James Macksoud

jam222

Traditional Cult Religion within the C4-5 Roman Empire

Rebecca McNamara

rem68

Reconstructing the Female on the Tragic Stage

Ed Millband

em564

The textual criticism and transmission of Caesar’s “Gallic War”

Jessica Moxom

jm942

Late Republican History

Aleksander Musial

am2231

The reception of classical antiquity in the 18th Century

Yong-June Park

yjp23

Ethics, moral psychology, and political philosophy

Carola Scisci

cs877

Artistic evidence for the Greek construction of womanhood

Sam Sharma

srs55

Tombs and Society in the Mycenaean World

Sarah Sheard

srcs2

Female and popular viewers of art in an early imperial Rome

Rebecca Shepard

rrs36

Plato’s “Minos”

Katie Shields

krs50

Mycenaean Greek and Linear B

Martin Szoke

mns36

The Greek dative and its diachronic development

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