UK doctoral theses

Title Student name Subject area Department University Start date Completion date Completedsort ascending
'Winning hearts and minds'?: The Roman Army in the Eastern Provinces under the Principate (27 BCE - 284 CE) Kee-Hyun Ban
  • Ancient history
University of London King's College 2011 Completed
Ancient Commentators on Ambiguity in Literature Bram van der Velden
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2013 2016 Completed
Heroism on Screen Joyce Datiles
  • Classical Reception
University of London University College 2010 2015 Completed
Lucian's Use of Homer Nicholas Edward Antony Wilshere
  • Language and Literature
University of Nottingham 2008 2013 Completed
From slave to free: a Mediterranean perspective on Greek manumission Sara Zanovello
  • Ancient history
University of Edinburgh 2013 2016 Completed
Journeys in the sea in ancient Greek tragedy Leonidas Papadopoulos
  • Language and Literature
University of London King's College 2012 Completed
Victims or Objects? The Representation of Sexual Violence in Greek Tragedy Corinna Brunini-Cronin
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
Durham University 2009 2014 Completed
Caesar’s Castor: The Cult of the Dioscuri in Rome from the Mid-Republic to Early Imperial Period Amber Gartrell
  • Ancient history
University of Oxford 2011 2015 Completed
The Passage Between 'Phusis' and 'Nomos': A Metaphysical Interpretation of Aristotle’s Theory of Human Nature and Moral Education Siyi Chen
  • Philosophy
University of Cambridge 2011 2014 Completed
Plato on the path to the Form of the Good Naoya Iwata
  • Philosophy
University of Cambridge 2011 2014 Completed
Settlement Strategies in Bronze Age Southwestern Cyprus Francesca Chelazzi
  • Archaeology
University of Glasgow 2010 2014 Completed
Tourists and texts: Latin inscriptions in the Grand Tour collections of eighteenth-century England Caroline Barron
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
University of London King's College 2009 Completed
Rethinking terra sigillata: an archaeological application of Actor-Network Theory Astrid Van Oyen
  • Archaeology
University of Cambridge 2010 2013 Completed
Debating Roman Religion in the Long Fourth Century AD Mattias Gassman
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Cambridge 2014 2017 Completed
Reading and Weaving: a new feminist aesthetic of readership in the canon of classical literature Helena Hoyle
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
University of Bristol 2012 2016 Completed
Elite Father and Son Relationships in Republican Rome Lauren Murray
  • Ancient history
University of Edinburgh 2010 2015 Completed
Living Latin: exploring a communicative approach to Latin teaching through a sociocultural perspective on language learning Mair Lloyd
  • Digital Studies
  • Language and Literature
The Open University 2012 Completed
Confiscations of property and public sales in the tradition of the Roman Republic Sofia Piacentin
  • Ancient history
  • Law
University of London King's College 2012 Completed
Making your Mark in 'Britannia': the use of intaglios and signet rings, and their role in the presentation of identity under the Roman Empire Ian J. Marshman
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of Leicester 2011 2016 Completed
‘While founding the new, you bring back the old:’ practices of restoration and ideas of built heritage in Imperial Rome Christopher Siwicki
  • Ancient history
University of Exeter 2011 2015 Completed

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