UK doctoral theses

Title Student name Subject area Department University Start datesort descending Completion date Completed
Fighting the Spartan stereotype: Was Sparta a uniquely austere society (750-350 BC)? Jackie Whalen
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
  • Classical Reception
University of St Andrews 2010 2016 Currently Incomplete
Sicilian Amphorae (AD 1st-6th): Typology, Production and Trade Carmela Franco
  • Archaeology
University of Oxford 2010 2014 Currently Incomplete
Homer and the Epic Cycle: Dialogue and Challenge Ioannis Lambrou
  • Classical Reception
University of London University College 2010 2015 Completed
Words, numbers and economic rationalism: The influence of language and accounting frameworks on agricultural decision making in Ancient Rome Mick Stringer
  • Ancient history
University of Reading 2010 2017 Currently Incomplete
Sexed, not Sexual Bodies: Tertullian's Anthropology of Sexual Difference Katie Thostenson
  • Language and Literature
University of Edinburgh 2010 2017 Currently Incomplete
Talking to Tyrants: Citizens and Monarchs in Classical Greek Thought (working title) Daniel Benjamin Unruh
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2010 2014 Completed
Social Change in Hellenistic Peloponnese Peter Davies
  • Ancient history
University of Nottingham 2010 2013 Currently Incomplete
Infantry Warfare in Archaic and Classical Greece: A Study of Battlefield Practices and Historiography Peter Myler
  • Ancient history
University College Dublin 2010 2016 Currently Incomplete
Metaphor in action: the creation of new meaning in Aeschylean tragedy (working title) Michael Carroll
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2010 2014 Completed
The Idea of 'Prudentia' and the Culture of Dis/simulation in Early Modern Europe Michael Gordian
  • Classical Reception
University of London Warburg Institute 2010 2014 Currently Incomplete
Settlement Strategies in Bronze Age Southwestern Cyprus Francesca Chelazzi
  • Archaeology
University of Glasgow 2010 2014 Completed
Rethinking terra sigillata: an archaeological application of Actor-Network Theory Astrid Van Oyen
  • Archaeology
University of Cambridge 2010 2013 Completed
Sex at the Dinner Table: Book XIII of Athenaeus' 'Deipnosophistae' Fiona Murphy
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University College Dublin 2010 2015 Completed
Porphyry’s Cave of the Nymphs in Its Intellectual Context Nilufer Akcay
  • Language and Literature
  • Late Antique and Byzantine Studies
  • Philosophy
Trinity College Dublin 2011 2015 Currently Incomplete
Transmission of court lifestyles in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean Carl Walsh
  • Archaeology
University of London University College 2011 2015 Currently Incomplete
The Ethics of Worshipping Greek Heroes Aikaterini-Iliana Rassia
  • Ancient history
  • Archaeology
University of London King's College 2011 Completed
A Learned Man and a Patriot: the Reception of Cicero in the Early Imperial Period Andrew James Sillett
  • Language and Literature
University of Oxford 2011 2015 Completed
Lucan, Tacitus, and the Sublime in Rome's Traumatic History (working title) Siobhan Chomse
  • Language and Literature
University of Cambridge 2011 2015 Completed
Integrated Landscape Approaches: The Role of Archaeology in Landscape Methodologies and Policies in Greece Aphrodite Sorotou
  • Archaeology
University of Glasgow 2011 2017 Currently Incomplete
The Roles of Imperial Women from the reign of Constantine I to Valentinian III Belinda Washington
  • Ancient history
  • Language and Literature
University of Edinburgh 2011 2015 Completed

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