Find a research supervisor in the reception of the Ancient World

Staff in the Department of Classics, Archaeology and Ancient History who supervise PhD/MA by Research in the area of the reception of the Ancient World.

Dr Philip Burton

Dr Philip Burton

Reader in Latin and Early Christian Studies

Language and linguistics, early Christianity and the wider world of Graeco-Roman literature and thought.

Dr Claus Jurman

Lecturer in Egyptology

Ancient Egyptian history, society, culture and art, especially concerning Egypt during the 1st millennium BC

Dr Gideon Nisbet

Dr Gideon Nisbet

Reader in Classics

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

Dr Elena Theodorakopoulos

Senior Lecturer in Classics
Acting Head of the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology

  • Roman poetry
  • Reception of classical culture and literature in contemporary film and literature.

Professor Dimitris Tziovas

Professor Dimitris Tziovas

Professor of Modern Greek Studies

Modern Greek literature and culture; Greek history and politics; reception of Greek Antiquity; Greek Diaspora and Anglo-Greek relations; comparative studies in the areas of history, literature, translation and film with reference to Greece

Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology staff research supervision areas