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Past Postgraduate Research Topics

Recently completed research degrees

  • Charlotte Mann (2023) Imperial Power and Authority under the Antonine emperors (117-192 CE) [Supervisor: Dr Clare Rowan (co-tutelle with Macquarie)]
  • Lucrezia Sperindio (2023) Tragedy and the tragic in Horace's Odes [Supervisors: Prof. Victoria Rimell & Dr Elena Giusti]
  • Simone Mucci (2023) Galen's On Antidotes [Supervisor: Dr Caroline Petit]
  • Matthew Evans (2023) Gymnasia in Postclassical Greece (Mainland and the Cycladic Islands): Change, Continuity and the Built Environment [Supervisors: Prof. Zahra Newby & Prof. Michael Scott]
  • Jonathan Madge (2023) Fires in the Sky; Celestial signs and the Establishment of Divine Legitimacy from 44 BC to AD 96 [Supervisor: Prof. Alison Cooley]
  • Victoria Jewell (2023) Colour Constructs in Ancient Greek Society [Supervisors: Prof Zahra Newby & Prof Michael Scott]
  • Kieren Johns (2022) A Crisis of Consensus: The Epigraphic Representation of Imperial Power in the Latin-speaking West, AD 180-235 [Supervisors: Dr Clare Rowan & Prof. Alison Cooley]
  • Alessandro Bona (2022) From Coin Finds to the Economic and Social History of a Roman town. The case of Mediolanum [Supervisors: Prof. Suzanne Frey-Fupper & Prof. Claudia Perassi (Catholic University of the Sacred Hearth of Milan), co-tutelle Milan-Warwick]
  • Alessandra Tafaro (2021) Inscribing Flavian Rome: Epigraphic Strategies of Martial’s Epigrams [Supervisors: Prof. Alison Cooley & Prof. Victoria Rimell]
  • Effimia Stavropoulou (2021) Metals, Metallurgy and Divine Agency in Archaic and Classical Greek Literature [Supervisor: Dr Emmanuela Bakola]
  • Denise Wilding (2021) Tokens and Communities in the Roman provinces of Egypt, Gaul and Britain [Supervisors: Dr Clare Rowan & Prof. Kevin Butcher]
  • Paloma Perez-Galvan (2021) 'Epigraphy Between Manuscript and Print in Southern Europe, 1521-1603’ [Supervisors: Prof. Ingrid De Smet and Prof. Alison Cooley]
  • Nicholas Brown (2020) The Inscribed Sculptures of Archaic Greece [Supervisors: Dr David Fearn & Prof. Michael Scott]
  • David Swan (2020) Cross-Channel hoarding in the late Iron Age and early Roman Periods (200 BC to AD 43) [Supervisors: Dr Clare Rowan & Prof. Kevin Butcher]
  • George Green (2020) Gold Coinage in the Roman World: Function and Production [Supervisors: Prof Kevin Butcher, Professor Christopher Howgego (Oxford) and Professor Mark Pollard (Oxford), collaborative doctorate with Ashmolean Museum, Oxford]
  • James Nicholas Currie (2020) The Transformation of the Sacred Landscape within the Former Kingdom of Hieron II, Southeastern Sicily. From the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire (212 BC - 96 AD) [Supervisor: Prof. Suzanne Frey-Kupper]
  • Martina Russo (2020) The Theory and Practice of Adulatio in Seneca the Younger [Supervisor: Prof Victoria Rimell]
  • Nigel Heathcote (2020) 'Damnatio memoriae and exemplarity in imperial Rome, from the Julio-Claudians to the Severans' [Supervisor: Prof. Zahra Newby]
  • Simone Mollea (2020) Pagan Humanitas in the Imperial Age. From Pliny the Younger to Symmachus [Supervisors: Prof Victoria Rimell & Dr Maude Vanhaelen]

MA by research

  • Cara Grove (2023) Antigonids and the Sanctuary of Great Gods at Samothrace [Supervisors: Dr Conor Trainor & Prof. Michael Scott]
  • Lydia Wardle (2023) Visitor responses to neo-classical design and the display of classical antiquities in English country estates during the long 18th century [Supervisor: Prof. Alison Cooley]
  • Maria Karolidou (2020) Themistius. A politician in disguise [Supervisor: Dr Caroline Petit]
  • Jessica Burkinshaw (2020) The Cult of Serapis [Supervisors: Dr Conor Trainor & Prof. Zahra Newby]
  • Harvey Aungles (2020) Desire for rhetoric [Supervisor: Prof. Victoria Rimell]
  • Matthew Smith (2020) Dreams in ancient medical texts [Supervisor: Dr Caroline Petit]