UK doctoral theses

Title Student name Subject area Department University Start datesort ascending Completion date Completed
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
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
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
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
Early Greek Utopias Konstantinos Lygouris
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2017 2021 Currently Incomplete
The Augustan Marriage Plot: A Narratological Study of the leges Iuliae Rebecca Anne Heslop
  • Ancient history
  • Classical Reception
  • Law
University of Bristol 2017 2023 Currently Incomplete
Ancient Greek Tragic Mask Sandra Moncur
  • Language and Literature
The Open University 2017 2023 Currently Incomplete
Social identity as constructed and expressed on Egyptian funerary stelae from Kom Abu Billou Maiken Mosleth King
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Bristol 2017 2023 Currently Incomplete
Formulaic variation and linguistic productivity in archaic Greek epic Martina Astrid Rodda
  • Digital Studies
  • Language and Literature
University of Oxford 2017 2020 Currently Incomplete
Financial rationality in Roman Egypt Paul Kelly
  • Ancient history
University of London King's College 2016 Currently Incomplete
Aristophanes and the Poetics of Paradox Dimitrios Kanellakis
  • Language and Literature
University of Oxford 2016 2019 Currently Incomplete
A social history of the Roman centurion Charles Manklow
  • Ancient history
University of Cambridge 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Origen and Bernard of Clairvaux Claire Trillot
  • Language and Literature
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Reading 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Archilochus' Poetic Programme: Art, Society and the Self Ines Silva
  • Language and Literature
University of Edinburgh 2016 2020 Currently Incomplete
Women in Neronian literature (Petronius) Jordan Mitchell
  • Language and Literature
University of London King's College 2016 Currently Incomplete
Rulers in Sophocles and Euripides (working title) Theodore Hill
  • Language and Literature
University of Oxford 2016 2019 Currently Incomplete
The relationship between man and horse in archaic and classical Greece Rosie Mack
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of Reading 2016 2022 Currently Incomplete

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