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Dr Antonia Marie Reinke

Dr Antonia Marie Reinke

Language Teaching Officer

Director of Studies (Part I), Sidney Sussex College


Research Interests

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.

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).

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.

Upcoming events

Bridging Binaries LGBTQ+ tour

Apr 25, 2020

Museum of Classical Archaeology, Faculty of Classics

Bridging Binaries LGBTQ+ tour

May 16, 2020

Museum of Classical Archaeology, Faculty of Classics

Bridging Binaries LGBTQ+ tour

Jun 06, 2020

Museum of Classical Archaeology, Faculty of Classics

Athens: Economy & Democracy Conference (in honour of P. Millett)

Jul 09, 2020

Faculty of Classics and Downing College, Cambridge

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New Collection Videos

Mar 31, 2020

The Museum of Classical Archaeology is pleased to announce the first in a series of short videos on objects in the collection, featuring the Faculty's own Prof Caroline Vout.

Building Closure

Mar 20, 2020

The Faculty Building is closed from 5 pm on Friday 20 March until further notice.

Coronavirus guidance

Feb 06, 2020

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CREWS: Visiting Fellowship focused on the study of ancient writing systems

Jan 22, 2020

Details of how to apply for this Visiting Fellowship are now available online. The deadline for applications is 5pm GMT on Monday, 17th February 2020

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