UK doctoral theses

Title Student name Subject area Department University Start datesort ascending Completion date Completed
The reflection in the Abyss: The evolution of the representation of Hades Kimberly MacNeill
  • Ancient history
University of Roehampton 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
Killing in the name of power: Interfamilial violence and political aspects of the Orestes myth Doukissa Kamini
  • Language and Literature
University of Reading 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
Monotheism, theocracy and tolerance: the secular in Late Antiquity Benjamin Kybett
  • Ancient history
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Cambridge 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
A study of the religious, artistic and socio-political factors that impacted on the absence and development of crucifixion iconography between the third and fifth century Tara Baker
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Roehampton 2017 2022 Currently Incomplete
English Latin pastoral elegy 1580-1610 Sharon Van Dijk
  • Classical Reception
University of London King's College 2017 Currently Incomplete
Greek Apprehension: Fear and Cognition in Greek Tragedy Xavier Buxton
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
  • Philosophy
University of Oxford 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
Concepts of the city in fourth century intellectual culture Thomas Langley
  • Ancient history
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Cambridge 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
Between Bodies: Metamorphosis as Stigma in Classical Narratives Anwen Hayward
  • Language and Literature
University of Roehampton 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
The construction, use and evolution of late Hellenistic and Roman harbours of the Aegean Yannis D Nakas
  • Archaeology
University of Birmingham 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
The concept of ‘Man’ in the Odyssey and the Ramayana – a comparative study of the Greek and Sanskrit epic traditions David L. S. Hodgkinson
  • Language and Literature
University of Oxford 2017 2023 Currently Incomplete
An interactive reconstruction of Palmyra: using game engine technology, digital design and narrative to engage the audience in classic history Luca Ottonello
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
  • Classical Reception
  • Digital Studies
  • Near Eastern Studies
University of Reading 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
Cinematic Representations of the Perseus Myth Alice Mansfield
  • Classical Reception
The Open University 2017 2023 Currently Incomplete
Plutarch’s construction of Boiotia Una Markham
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University of Reading 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Negotiation, differentiation and agency: a study of the interaction between the Athenians and their allies in the fifth century BC (working title) Leah Lazar
  • Ancient history
University of Oxford 2016 2019 Currently Incomplete
The Male Body in Athletic Art from the Hellenistic to Early Roman Period Caitlan Smith
  • Archaeology
University of St Andrews 2016 Currently Incomplete
Sicily and Crete between Byzantium and Islam (late 7th – early 11th centuries) Matteo Randazzo
  • Archaeology
University of Edinburgh 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Byzantine state regulation of urban economy in 10th century Yang Zhang
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of London King's College 2016 Currently Incomplete
The social, economic, and political role of the thetes in classical Athens Simon Cearns
  • Ancient history
University of London Birkbeck College 2016 Currently Incomplete
Classical oratory from a sociolinguistic perspective Robert Machado
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2016 2018 Currently Incomplete
The reception of Origen in the Medieval period (from Augustine to Eriugena) with special emphasis on the topics of freedom and freewill Ilaria Scarponi
  • Language and Literature
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Reading 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete

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