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List of dissertations supervised

PhD

  • Egypt, Rome and Aegyptophilia : rethinking Egypt's relationship with ancient Rome through material culture (2011) Vanessa MacKenzie, jointly supervised with Zahra Newby
  • Power and Identity in Roman Cyprus [AHRC funded] (PhD 2010-14) Ersin Hussein
  • The Impact of the Roman Empire on the Cult of Asclepius (PhD 2012-16) Ghislaine van der Ploeg (part-time)
  • Haec Patria Est: The Conceptualisation, Function and Nature of Patria in the Roman World [AHRC funded] (PhD 2012-16) Alexander Peck
  • Led Across the Danube: Interactions between Rome and the Danubian-Pontic peoples in the first two centuries AD (PhD 2013-) Joanna Kemp (part-time)
  • Roman Sicily and the Transition from Republic to Empire (PhD 2014-) James Currie [co-supervised with Suzanne Frey-Kupper to 2018]
  • Fascinum: the apotropaic phallus in the ancient and modern imagination (PhD 2015-) [Wolfson Foundation funded] Kathryn Thompson
  • From Manuscript to Printed Collection: Exploring Latin Epigraphy in Italy and Southern France (PhD 2016-) [CADRE funded] Paloma Perez Galvan [co-supervised with Ingrid de Smet]
  • Inscribing Flavian Rome: Epigraphic Strategies of Martial’s Epigrams (PhD 2017-) [CADRE funded] Alessandra Tafaro [co-supervised with Victoria Rimell]

  • Coping with Catastrophe: Political Responses to Natural Disasters between 100 BC and AD 138 (PhD 2018-) Jonathan Madge

MA by Research

  • Rhythms of the Republic: The experience of time, movement and memory in the context of Roman assassinations (2017-) Jack Stradling
  • Gauls, Goths, and the Holy Roman Empire: the impact and significance of the sacks of Rome in 390 BC, AD 410 and 1527 (2015/16) Kim Ingram  
  • Perceptions of imperial power under Caligula (2012/13) Jessica Walker
  • Suetonius' approach to biography (2014) Abigael Flack
  • An investigation into the development and dissemination of Augustan ideology (2013) Joanna Kemp
  • Arena beast and the personal animal: paradox and contrast in the Roman attitude to animals (2012; jointly supervised with Dr Zahra Newby) Caroline Freeman-Cuerden
  • Barbarians and the Roman world: an exploration of the barbarian through the literature of the late Republic and Roman Empire (2010) Neil Treble
  • The res publica from Cicero to Augustus (2009) Tom Watson
  • The politics of drunkenness in Ancient Rome (2005) Lynette Fortey

Taught MA

    • Manipulating the Collective Memory of the Jewish Revolt AD 66-73: Comparing State Narratives of the Conflict (Taught MA in Ancient Visual and Material Culture, 2017) Ben Howarth
    • To what extent has Pirro Ligorio’s career shaped epigraphy as a discipline? (Taught MA in Ancient Visual and Material Culture, 2016) Paloma Perez Galvan
    • An analysis of the sexual characteristics of images of Venus from Rome and Italy (Taught MA in Visual and Material Culture of Ancient Rome, 2013) Charis Tyndall
    • Women in business in Southern Italy (Taught MA in Ancient Visual and Material Culture, 2012) Stephanie Lane
    • Foreign gods at Rome (Taught MA in Visual and Material Culture of Ancient Rome, 2011) Ghislaine van der Ploeg
    • Patron gods in Rome of the late Republic and early Empire (Taught MA in Visual and Material Culture of Ancient Rome, 2010) Amber Gartrell
    • The place of spectacula in late antique Rome (Taught MA in Visual and Material Culture of Ancient Rome, 2009) Ersin Hussein
    • The impact of Classical Antiquity on Nazi Germany (Taught MA in Ancient Visual and Material Culture, 2006) Lauren Papworth