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Steering Group

Teaching, Reasearch & Associated Staff:

  • Professor Richard Alston, BA, PhD: Roman history, especially Roman Egypt; urbanism in the ancient world; Roman army
  • Samuel Barnish, MA, DPhil (Lecturer): Early Christianity; transformation of the Roman world; Italy in the fifth and sixth centuries AD; Cassiodorus
  • Georgios Borovilos, MA, PhD (Honorary Research Associate): Greek Orthodox rhetorical and preaching literature
  • Annaclara Cataldi Palau, MA, PhD (Visiting Professor): Greek palaeography
  • Lia Chisacof, PhD (Honorary Research Associate): Post-Byzantine studies; Greek palaeography; modern Greek language and literature; Greek authors in the Romanian principalities (18th-20th c.)
  • Richard Clogg, MA, PhD (Visiting Professor): Modern Greek history
  • Professor Veronica Della Dora, BA, PhD: Cultural and historical geography; landscape studies; history of cartography; Byzantine and post-Byzantine sacred geographies
  • John Demetracopoulos, MA, PhD (Research Associate): Byzantine philosophy and theology, editor-in-chief of "Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus Project"
  • Charalambos Dendrinos, MA, PhD (Senior Lecturer): Byzantine literature and Greek palaeography; editing and transmission of Byzantine texts
  • Laura Franco, MA, PhD (Research Associate): Byzantine literature and hagiography, editions of Byzantine texts, Greek palaeography
  • David Gwynn, MA, DPhil (Reader): Late Antique history and theology
  • Professor Jonathan Harris, MA, PhD: Byzantine history, 1000-1453; Byzantium and the West, especially during the Crusades and the Italian Renaissance
  • Richard Hawley, MA, DPhil (Senior Lecturer): Greek literature, especially drama; Greek social history; women in classical antiquity; later Greek literature
  • Michael Heslop, MA (Honorary Research Associate): The defence system in Rhodes in the medieval period
  • Professor Peregrine Horden, MA: Byzantine medicine; the mediterranean world
  • Professor Ahuvia Kahane, MA, DPhil: Cultural theory; Greek literature, especially Homer and the epic tradition; genre and literary history
  • Kostas Kalimtzis, PhD (Honorary Research Associate): Greek philosophical and political thought
  • John Karabelas, MA, PhD (Research Associate): Post-Byzantine and modern Greek historiography
  • Aikaterini Kolotourou, PhD (Teaching Fellow): Greek history and archaeology
  • Hieromonk Chrysostomos Koutloumousianos (Stavrides), PhD (Research Associate): Orthodox theology and ecclesiology; Orthodox and Irish spirituality
  • Christos Kremmydas, MA, PhD (Lecturer): Greek rhetoric and oratory (especially Demosthenes); Athenian political and social history (especially law); Greek papyrology
  • Nick Lowe, MA, PhD (Reader): Greek and Latin literature, especially comedy; Greek religion
  • Anthony Luttrell, MA, DPhil (Honorary Research Associate): the Knights Hospitaller on Rhodes and Malta; the Greek population of Rhodes in the Medieval Period
  • Vanessa Martin, BA, PhD (Reader): Greek influence on Islamic thought, particularly the Shi’i world
  • Professor Emeritus Nikolaos Moschonas, MA, PhD (Honorary Research Fellow): Greek and Latin palaeography; Byzantine relations with Western Europe.
  • Fevronia Nousia, MA, PhD (Research Associate): Byzantine literature and education; editions of Byzantine texts; Greek palaeography
  • Jari Pakkanen, BA, PhD (Senior Lecturer): Greek archaeology and Architecture; the methodology of architectural reconstructions
  • Konstantinos Palaiologos, MA, PhD (Research Associate): editions of Byzantine texts; Orthodox theology; Greek palaeography
  • Vasos Pasiourtides, MA, PhD (Research Associate): editions of Byzantine texts; Orthodox theology; Greek palaeography
  • Professor Boris Rankov, MA, DPhil: Greek triereme project; Roman history; archaeology of the Roman Empire
  • Professor Francis Robinson, MA, PhD: Greek influence on Islamic thought
  • Professor Lene Rubinstein, MA, PhD: Athenian social history; Athenian oratory and law; papyrology; Roman Egypt
  • Ed Sanders, PhD (Leverhulme Early Career Fellow): emotions in classical Greek oratory
  • Professor Anne Sheppard, MA, DPhil: Greek philosophy, especially Neoplatonism; ancient literary criticism
  • Efi Spentzou, MA, DPhil: Reception of the classical tradition, especially in modern Greece; classics and modern critical thought
  • Philip Taylor (Honorary Research Associate): Porphyrogenitus Project, TeX editing; electronic editions of Byzantine texts
  • Christos Triantafyllopoulos, MA, PhD (Research Associate): editions of Byzantine texts; Orthodox theology; Greek palaeography
  • Polymnia Tsagouria, MA, PhD (Tutor seconded by Greek Ministry of Education): Modern Greek language, literature and culture
  • Professor David Wiles, MA, PhD: Greek and Roman theatre; masks in Greek theatre; issues relating to performance space
  • Barbara Zipser, PhD (AHRC Research Fellow): Byzantine manuscripts; Greek medicine; history of texts
  • Wright Christopher, MA, PhD (The A.G. Leventis Foundation Research Fellow): Greek and Latin palaeography; editing of Greek texts; history of Byzantium and the Latin East

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