Find a research supervisor in the history, literature and culture of Classical and Hellenistic Greece 

Staff in the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology who supervise PhD/MA by Research in the area of the history, literature and culture of Classical and Hellenistic Greece.

Dr Andrew Bayliss

Dr Andrew Bayliss

Senior Lecturer in Greek History

Athenian politics, Alexander the Great, the early Hellenistic period, and Sparta

Dr Theodora Hadjimichael

Dr Theodora Hadjimichael

Lecturer in Ancient Greek Literature

I have been trained as a Greek philologist, and my research has turned me into a cultural historian. I work on Greek lyric poetry, and my research interests also include ancient literary criticism, ancient Greek scholarship, music and dance in antiquity, Plato, and the Peripatetics.

Dr William Mack

Senior Lecturer in Ancient Greek History and Culture

Ancient political institutions, interstate relations, the Greek city-states, and epigraphic culture

Dr Maeve McHugh

Dr Maeve McHugh

Lecturer in Classical Archaeology

I am an archaeologist with expertise in the Greek Archaic to Classical periods. I work with historical and archaeological data to reconstruct the lives of rural non-elite individuals and communities in the Greek world to learn more about the interrelationships between physical, social, and cultural landscapes.

Dr Gideon Nisbet

Dr Gideon Nisbet

Reader in Classics

  • Classical reception studies
  • Ancient epigram
  • Greek literature, particularly imperial ('Second Sophistic')
  • Translation studies

Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology staff research supervision areas