Profiles of some of our current research students:
Title of thesis: Classical Persuasion & Character Assassination – a ‘Philippic’ model of invective.
Supervisor: Niall Livingstone
Title of thesis: Industrial Quarrying In Shropshire In The 19th And 20th Centuries
Supervisor: Dr Roger White
Title of thesis:What role did individual religiosity play in ancient Egypt and to what extent can it be considered to be ‘invisible religion’?
Supervisor: Dr Martin Bommas
Title of thesis: A Reconstruction of the Ritual of the Ished Tree Scene in Ancient Egypt
Supervisor: Martin Bommas
Title of thesis: Through the application of theories of political and social decline is it possible to gain greater understanding of the events at the end of the New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period?
Supervisor: Dr Tony Leahy
Title of thesis: An Analysis of Late Bronze Age Aegean Glyptic Motifs of a Religious Nature
Supervisor: Dr Ken Wardle
Title of thesis: A new partitur transliteration of the Akkadian ritual and incantation series Šurpu.
Supervisor: Dr Alasdair Livingstone