UK doctoral theses

Title Student name Subject area Department University Start datesort descending Completion date Completed
Rereading and Rewriting 'Trachiniae': Identities and Ideologies in transition, crisis and transformation Sofia Alagkiozidou
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
  • Philosophy
University of London Royal Holloway 2008 2016 Currently Incomplete
Accommodating the Urban Non-elite in Roman Italy Colin Runeckles
  • Archaeology
The Open University 2008 2016 Completed
Negotiation of identities in the gymnasia of the Hellenistic East Dorothea Stavrou
  • Ancient history
University of Leicester 2008 2016 Completed
The Neolithic transition in the Nile Valley: modelling social networks Sarah Foster
  • Archaeology
University of London University College 2008 2016 Currently Incomplete
Recipes for Love: A Semiotic Analysis of the Tools in the Erotic Magical Papyri Luke Aaron Ralph Evans
  • Ancient history
Durham University 2008 2014 Currently Incomplete
A Commentary on the Fragments of the Iambic Poet Hipponax Margarita Alexandrou
  • Language and Literature
University of London University College 2008 2015 Completed
The significance of the similes in Virgil's Aeneid and the place they occupy in the poem as a whole Laurence Kenworthy-Browne
  • Language and Literature
University of London King's College 2008 Currently Incomplete
Mithraism in the Roman World: A re-evaluation Steven Scramuzzo
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
Trinity College Dublin 2008 2016 Currently Incomplete
The Crete and Cretans of Euripides: Representations and Perceptions Bijon Kumar Sinha
  • Language and Literature
The Open University 2009 2017 Completed
Microcosm and Macrocosm in Philolaus and Plato’s Philebus: The Metaphysics of Harmonic Structure Laura Rosella Schluderer
  • Philosophy
University of Cambridge 2009 2013 Completed
A Rich Reward in Tears: Hippolytus and Phaedra in Drama, Dance, Opera and Film Tori McKee
  • Classical Reception
The Open University 2009 2017 Completed
Myth and the Authorial Persona in Ovid’s 'Tristia' and 'Epistulae ex Ponto' Lauren Knifton
  • Language and Literature
Durham University 2009 2014 Completed
Legal Rhetoric in Plato and Aristotle Miklós Könczöl
  • Language and Literature
  • Law
  • Philosophy
Durham University 2009 2013 Completed
Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the Meaning of Greek and Roman Identity in the 'Antiquitates Romanae': Culture, Historiography, Religion and Politics Y N Gershon
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2009 2015 Completed
Between the living and the dead: the language of art and the iconography of Roman cinerary monuments Fiona Mowat
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of Edinburgh 2009 2015 Currently Incomplete
Ovid's 'Ars Amatoria' in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century England Skye McAlpine
  • Language and Literature
University of London University College 2009 2015 Completed
Women and Revenge in Herodotus' Histories Niki Parapanagioti
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University of Reading 2009 2015 Completed
A reappraisal of the Roman Republican censorship Michael Frederick Welbourn
  • Ancient history
University of Nottingham 2009 2015 Currently Incomplete
The sea in early medieval Hiberno-Latin and Latinate literature: case studies in intertextuality and innovation Sarah Corrigan
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
National University of Ireland Galway 2009 2016 Currently Incomplete
Serapis and the city: urban culture and religious choice Patricia Spuij
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of London Royal Holloway 2009 2018 Currently Incomplete

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