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Professor James Diggle

Professor James Diggle

Emeritus Professor of Greek and Latin

Fellow of Queens' College

Queens' College
Cambridge
CB3 9ET

Office Phone: 01223 335527

Research Supervision

Greek and Latin Literature and Textual Criticism

Key Publications

Odysseus Unbound: the search for Homer's Ithaca (with R. Bittlestone and J. Underhill) (Cambridge, 2005)
Theophrastus Characters (Cambridge, 2004)
Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta (Oxford, 1998)
Euripidea: Collected Essays (Oxford, 1994)
Euripidis Fabulae (3 vols, Oxford 1981-1994)
Cambridge Orations 1982-1993 (Cambridge, 1994)
The Textual Tradition of Euripides' Orestes (Oxford, 1991)
Studies on the Text of Euripides (Oxford, 1981)
The Classical Papers of A. E. Housman (with F. R. D. Goodyear) (Cambridge, 1972)
Flavii Cresconii Corippi Iohannidos (with F. R. D. Goodyear) (Cambridge, 1970)
The Phaethon of Euripides (Cambridge, 1970)

Upcoming events

Illustrating Ancient History: Bringing the Past to the Present

Nov 03, 2020

Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology, Sidgwick Avenue, CB3 9DA

Conservation in Action: the Bassae Frieze

Dec 08, 2020

Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology

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Current Archaeology Award - voting open

Dec 02, 2020

The Faculty's Aldborough Roman Town has been nominated for Current Archaeology Award for Best Research Project of the Year. See link for how to vote.

Australian Academy of Humanities

Nov 25, 2020

The Faculty is delighted to report that Professor Simon Goldhill has been elected as a Corresponding Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities.

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2021

Nov 20, 2020

The Faculty invites applications from early career researchers to the this fellowship. Internal deadline: 21 December 2020.

Professor Beard's new series, Inside Culture, broadcasts on 24 September

Sep 23, 2020

Professor Mary Beard is starting a new series of her Arts and Culture programme, now called "Inside Culture" on BBC2 (7.30 pm Thursday 24 Sept).

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