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  1. Caroline Latham First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Reanimating Greek Drama: how contemporary poets translate for the stage

    2/04/20121/04/2016

  2. Miryana Dimitrova First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Transcending temporality - a study of the reception of Julius Ceasar's self-representation in epic and drama

    2/04/20121/09/2013

  3. Leonidas Papadopoulos First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Sea journeys in ancient Greek tragedy

    1/10/20121/02/2016

  4. Oliver Baldwin First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Seneca's Medea in Republican Spain: Precedents, creation and impact of its 1933 production

    1/10/20131/08/2019

  5. Nimi Patel First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    An exploration into the correlation between classical material found in NCERT textbooks and the citizenship aims of the 1968 National Policy on Education

    4/01/20161/01/2022

  6. Matt Shipton First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Gangs of Athens: An investigation into political presentations of youth in Greek tragedy

    2/04/20121/03/2015

  7. Helen Eastman First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Greek Up North: A Study of Northern Broadsides' Productions of Ancient Drama

    25/06/20121/09/2015

  8. Peter Swallow First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Reception of Aristophanes in Britain during the Long-Nineteenth Century

    1/10/20161/05/2020

  9. Devan Turner First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    How is Odysseus presented in the Fifth Century BC?

    1/10/20165/12/2021

  10. Anactoria Clarke First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Male prophets in Greek epic literature and their reception now propose to change to 'Cheiron the centaur in ancient Greek sources and reception'

    1/10/201610/09/2021

  11. Lottie Parkyn First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Inspiration from Tatters: Reconstructed Ancient Greek Plays on the Modern Stage

    2/04/20121/07/2016

  12. Etta Chatterjee First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Ajax - A study of the impact and reception of the myth of Ajax and Sophocles' Ajax in western culture

    1/10/20121/05/2019

  13. Jussi Nybom First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Master of Philosophy

    Neuroscience and the Appeal of Greek Tragedy

    1/10/20141/10/2017

  14. Magdalena Zira First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The problem of the chorus in contemporary revivals of Greek tragedy and directorial solutions in the last forty years

    1/10/20121/01/2019

  15. Seymour Mac Mahon First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Master of Philosophy

    Sophocles and Nobility of Birth

    1/10/201928/10/2020

  16. Angelica Baker Ottaway

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    From the Classical to the Biopolitical: Tracing the Ancient Roots of Contemporary Political Discourse

    1/10/201930/01/2020

  17. Ed Creedy

    Liberal Arts

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Protrepticus of Clement of Alexandria: Innovation and Dramatisation. The notion of the 'narrative protreptic' and the development of the pagan-Christian conversation.

    1/10/202027/07/2022

  18. Connie Bloomfield-Gadêlha

    Languages, Literatures and Cultures

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Reincarnating Graeco-Roman Antiquity in Northeast Brazil: Classical Reception in Popular Oral Poetries

    1/10/20171/11/2021

  19. Aaron Quill First/primary/lead supervisor

    Classics

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2021 → …

  20. Hardeep Dhindsa

    Classics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Colour of Classics: The Weaponisation of the Classical World and the Formation of White, British Identities in Neoclassical Painting.

    1/10/20201/01/2022

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