UK doctoral theses

Title Student name Subject area Department Universitysort descending Start date Completion date Completed
Non-legionary troops in Roman armies from Augustus to Caracalla Eoghan Finn
  • Ancient history
University College Dublin 2012 2016 Currently Incomplete
The role of digital technologies in Papyrology: practices and user needs in papyrological research Lucia Vannini
  • Digital Studies
University of London, Institute of Classical Studies 2016 Currently Incomplete
Agency, Authority and Rhetoric: Women and 'Nomos' in Herodotus’ 'Histories' Helen Tank
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
  • Law
University of Birmingham 2013 2019 Currently Incomplete
Persuasion and character assassination in Demosthenes and Cicero: A Philippic model of invective Sarah Bremner
  • Language and Literature
University of Birmingham 2012 2016 Currently Incomplete
The Cult of Artemis Ruth Léger
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of Birmingham 2011 2015 Currently Incomplete
An investigation into the presence and context of intermediaries in ancient Egypt, with particular reference to non-royal statues placed in temples (working title) Eleanor Beth Simmance
  • Ancient history
University of Birmingham 2013 2016 Currently Incomplete
Cultivating Narrative and Composing Landscape: Reading Ovid in the Italian Renaissance Garden Miriam Bay
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
University of Birmingham 2014 2017 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
Remilitarising the Byzantine Imperial Image: a Study in Numismatic Evidence and Other Media 1042-1453 Michael Saxby
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Birmingham 2009 2018 Currently Incomplete
Allusions of Death: A Neuroarchaeological and Performative Approach to Dancers and Daemons in the Etruscan Tomb Space Jacqueline K. Ortoleva
  • Archaeology
University of Birmingham 2016 2021 Currently Incomplete
A Reconstruction of the Ritual of the Ished Tree (Working Title) Mary Ann Marazzi
  • Ancient history
University of Birmingham 2012 2018 Currently Incomplete
The early development of Christian Expression in Latin c 180-250 AD (working title) Angela Parkes
  • Ancient history
  • Classical Reception
  • Language and Literature
University of Birmingham 2014 2020 Currently Incomplete
Commentary on Valerius Maximus Book IX Simon R Matravers
  • Language and Literature
University of Birmingham 2013 2015 Currently Incomplete
A study of the Egyptian squeezes in small UK collections Charlotte Booth
  • Ancient history
  • Classical Reception
University of Birmingham 2013 2018 Currently Incomplete
Ovid’s Poetics of Fragmentation Lizzy Allman
  • Language and Literature
University of Bristol 2011 2016 Completed
Lucan's Civil War in relation to Deleuze & Guattari's theory of multiplicity, and the Freudian superego Hannah-Marie Chidwick
  • Language and Literature
University of Bristol 2012 2016 Currently Incomplete
Fiction and the Historical Frame Richard Cole
  • Ancient history
  • Classical Reception
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
University of Bristol 2014 2018 Currently Incomplete
Imagery of Priapus Katherine Dunleavy
  • Archaeology
University of Bristol 2011 2018 Currently Incomplete
Performance, Performativity, and Classical Antiquity in Britain, 1895-1914 Rhiannon Easterbrook
  • Classical Reception
University of Bristol 2013 2017 Currently Incomplete
Representations of gender in an Iberian context Lucy Elkerton
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of Bristol 2014 2018 Currently Incomplete

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