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Faculty of Classics

 

Research

Greek tragedy and comedy; epic poetry; socio-political performance and the idea of the body in ancient Greek thought; sensory perception and haptic interaction in ancient literature.

Publications

Key publications: 

1. Reinke/Foster 2020 (in the final stages of discussion with UCL Press): Translation and the Performance of Authority, an interdisciplinary volume co-edited with Dr Clare Foster (CRASSH).

2. Reinke 2019: ‘It Takes a Fraud to Catch a Fraud … On the exposure of imposture in ancient Greek comedy’ in Hacks, Quacks & Impostors: Affected and Assumed Identities in Literature. Eds. Hobe, S., Mastellari, V., Hatton, N. Paradeigmata: Freiburg. 37-59.

Teaching and Supervisions

Research supervision: 

Recent areas supervised include: Greek Literature (Lysias, Xenophon, Plato, Herodotus, Aeschylus, Euripides, Aristophanes, epic poetry, lyric poetry, the Greek novel); Latin Literature (especially Cicero, Ovid); Greek and Latin Language (grammar, translation, prose composition).

Language Teaching Officer
Director of Studies (Part I), Sidney Sussex College
Dr Antonia Marie Reinke
Not available for consultancy

Affiliations

Latest news

Language Teaching Assistant

25 July 2021

Details of how to apply for this part time teaching post are now avilable online . Deadline Monday 23rd August 2021.

Open letter on anti-racism: a response from the Faculty Board of Classics

16 July 2021

The response to the Open Letter on anti-racism, together with an action plan outlining the Faculty’s strategy, is now available online. Read here for more details

Martin Millett elected as President of the Society of Antiquaries of London

7 July 2021

Professor Martin Millett FBA, Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology and Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, has been elected as President of the Society of Antiquaries of London (2021-24). Founded in 1707, the Society of Antiquaries of London is an educational charity that promotes the understanding of the human past and...

Classics student Lylaah Bhalerao receives a Fulbright Award

5 July 2021

Classics MPhil student Lylaah Bhalerao (Murray Edwards 2017), has received an All Disciplines Fulbright Award to enable her to study at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University. Lylaah has been selected from a strong applicant pool to pursue doctoral research into how to decolonise ancient...