UK doctoral theses

Title Student name Subject area Department University Start datesort ascending Completion date Completed
The impact of Rome on European Iron Age Societies: A cross-societal study of changing pottery use using merged computer-generated typologies Alasdair Gilmour
  • Archaeology
University of Exeter 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
Allegory of the Self: Boccaccio’s 'Buccolicum carmen' (working title) Adir de Oliveira Fonseca Junior
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
University of Oxford 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
The Family of the Gods in Archaic Greek Epic (working title) Rebecca Rusk
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University of Reading 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
Impact of the ancient city Sofia Greaves
  • Classical Reception
University of Cambridge 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
Euripides and the pre-Socratics: Old gods and new philosophy Bijan Omrani
  • Philosophy
University of Exeter 2017 2022 Currently Incomplete
Changes in the perceptions and presentations of virtue in the region of the Burgundian settlement from c. 300-750 AD, according to the evidence of funerary epigraphy (working title) Becca Grose
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Reading 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
The Public Face of 'Aegyptiaca': Egyptian-style Buildings and Art in the Roman City Zofia Guertin
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of St Andrews 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
Memory and imagination in Roman declamation Joe Grimwade
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
A Commentary on the pseudo-Virgilian Aetna Ben Pullan
  • Language and Literature
University of Exeter 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
Social Power Networks in the Western Mediterranean Pawel Borowski
  • Ancient history
University of St Andrews 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
'Blurred lines': a socio‐cultural model of sexual violence in classical Athens Hannah Fletcher
  • Language and Literature
University of Glasgow 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
The Reception of Classical Myth and Literature in Brazilian Popular Poetry Connie Bloomfield
  • Classical Reception
University of London King's College 2017 Currently Incomplete
Reception of Aristophanes in 19th-century Britain Peter Swallow
  • Classical Reception
University of London King's College 2016 Currently Incomplete
Graeco-Roman medicine and its long-lasting relationship with western natural philosophy Drew Ballantine
  • Ancient history
University of Exeter 2016 Currently Incomplete
The decoration of hoplite armour in Archaic and early Classical Greece Kathryn Riley
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of Roehampton 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Lucan and Flavian Epic Ludovico Pontiggia
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Audience Sensory Experience in Thucydides’ ‘History of the Peloponnesian War’ Elizabeth Webb
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
The Open University 2016 2019 Currently Incomplete
The Reception of John Chrysostom in Byzantium: A Study of the Catechetical Homily on Pascha Mark Huggins
  • Language and Literature
University of Edinburgh 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Colour symbolism in burial ornaments in Roman Britain Chloe Clark
  • Ancient history
University of London King's College 2016 Currently Incomplete
Whether an Aristotelian philosophy might argue in favour of aesthetic objectivism Philip Diaz-Lewis
  • Philosophy
University of Exeter 2016 Currently Incomplete

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