How To Do Things with History: Meetings of Cultures between Conflicts and Coexistence. Past dissertation topics supervised include: The Object of Dedication: Landscape archaeology as long-term history. Tatiana joined Cambridge in from the University of Sydney and her research interests span anthropological and comparative approaches to religion; intellectual history especially of the Hellenistic period ; new approaches to ancient science particularly through technical manuals ; and ancient entertainment.
Currently I am engaged in two particular major projects. Cristobal Zarzar Munoz cz Ancient Philosophy, esp. October — present I have helped a variety of clients to translate, transcribe, and learn Latin. Marcus Ellis mte22 Concepts of the tragic in late Euripidean drama Marcus is a PhD student at Peterhouse, where he also completed his BA and MPhil degrees; the latter focused on Greek tragedy and its reception in the opera libretti of Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Current MPhil Students Name: Skip to main content. Her research examines the development of Atticism in connection with the production of lexica in Hellenistic and Imperial age.
October — present I have helped a variety of clients to translate, transcribe, and learn Latin. Contact us Postal Address: I assist her by transcribing manuscript material, translating neo-Latin poems, and researching the social and historical context of these hitherto unpublished works.
Current Graduate Students
Thomas Langley trl36 Concepts of the City in fourth century AD intellectual culture My background is predominantly in early modern and late antique history. Rhodes and the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean world Jan came to Cambridge from UCL with a background in Mediterranean archaeology to pursue further his main academic interests, namely the study of culture change and interregional contacts, and archaeological and anthropological theory.
Roman political narrative in the third century CE. Cambridge University Press,Responsible for revision. Further Paths and Particular Perspectives, Lisbon. Courses within these MAs are available to students registered in any of the participating Colleges.
His broader research interests include papyrology, epigraphy, and all aspects of Roman history especially the role of the army. Her research interest range widely across ancient Greek mythology, Greek literature disswrtation philosophy, social theory and gender study.
Greek and Latin Literature Paper 7: Ritual Poetics Center for Hellenic Studies, 37— The Greek polis and the invention of democracy: These can be found online at https: I completed my bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Cambridge.
Current Graduate Students — Faculty of Classics
My research ranges widely over ancient Greek history and archaeology, including epigraphy and the history of Greek art, and including issues of theory as well as substantive issues. Classical Art and Archaeology Group E: A Companion to Sophocles Blackwell, — Side by Side Survey: He previously studied at Oxford before moving to Cambridge in Greek and Roman Philosophy Paper 9: The Runciman Award Her wider interests include Archaic and Classical Greek literature, social constructions of the body and the sociology of un dress.
Candidates may include, subject to the approval of their Programme Director and the Chair of Examiners, one appropriate course from any other MA programme within the University of London.
Cristobal Zarzar Munoz cz Ancient Philosophy, esp. His broader research interests include the reception of Homer, epic, historiography, and tragedy esp. Early Modern Latin Poetry I: Classical Art and Archaeology Paper His thesis focuses on a Late Bronze Age community at Ialysos, Rhodes, and its relations with the Mycenaean and eastern Mediterranean worlds.
His broader research includes Indo-European linguistics and classical literature. Multidisciplinary Approaches to Kfl in the Ancient Mediterranean. The Faculty is delighted to report that Mary Beard has been named as one of this year’s recipients of the J.
My thesis looks at the mis representation and clasaics of the past, in particular in Nervan and Trajanic sources. Greek and Roman Philosophy Group C: