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Student Representation

Joint Consultative Committee for Undergraduate Matters

The Classics Faculty’s JCC is the main forum in which students can put forward suggestions and raise any matters of concern about the organisation and content of the Faculty’s undergraduate courses. The JCC comprises six senior members as well as student representatives from each college. Membership is open to any student reading for a BA in Literae Humaniores, Classics & English, Classics & Modern Languages, Classics & Oriental Studies, Classical Archaeology & Ancient History or Ancient & Modern History.

Typical agenda items for the JCC’s termly meetings include proposals for changes to course syllabuses, lecture arrangements and library provision. Each year the JCC elects two student presidents, who serve as undergraduate representatives at meetings of the Classics Faculty Board and the Sub-Faculties, and play a leading role in organising the annual FHS Options Fair in Hilary Term. There are also student representatives on the standing committees responsible for each undergraduate degree course.

Undergraduate students are encouraged to contact their college JCC representatives if there are any matters they would like the JCC to consider. For a list of current JCC representatives, please see WebLearn.

This year’s JCC presidents are:

Lucinda Rhodes

University College
BA in Literae Humaniores Course II

I am a third year Classics student at University College. My academic interests are mainly in Ancient Greek literature, philosophy and history. I also have an interest in religion throughout the Classical period and into the Medieval world. I am one of the Undergraduate Student Representatives for the Standing Committee for Mods and Greats. 

Frances Barwick-Ward

St Hugh's College
BA in Literae Humaniores Course II

Graduate Representatives

The Faculty’s Graduate Student Representatives attend meetings of the Faculty Board, Sub-Faculties, Graduate Studies Committees and the Ioannou Centre Management Committee. Graduates are encouraged to contact their representatives if there are any matters of concern which they would like the Faculty to consider.

All graduate students in Ancient History and Classical Languages & Literature are invited, and encouraged, to attend the annual Graduate Forum in Hilary Term, which provides an important opportunity for discussion of academic and administrative matters affecting graduates.

Dimitrios Kanellakis (Classical Lang & Lit DPhil Representative)

The Queen's College
DPhil Classical Languages & Literature, Year 1

My research interests include Greek comedy, archaic iambus, and Modern Greek poetry - studied in the light of linguistics, theory of literature, or comparative philology / reception. Provisional thesis title: Aristophanes and the Poetics of Paradox.

Mirte Liebregts (Classical Lang & Lit Master's Representative)

Wadham College
MSt Greek and/or Latin Languages & Literature

My research interests include Historiography and the History of Classical Scholarship. I am writing my dissertation on the history and development of the Loeb Classical Library. 

Bradley Jordan (Ancient History DPhil Representative)

Merton College
DPhil Ancient History, Year 2

My thesis focuses on the origins and development of Roman governance and administration in Asia Minor, from the first century BCE to the first century CE. More broadly my research interests lie in the political history of the Late Republic and Early Principate and the processes through which ancient political institutions evolve.

Alice Correia Morton (Ancient History Master's Representative)

Oriel College
MPhil Greek and/or Roman History, Year 1
My research interests include female religious activity in Hellenistic Asia Minor, social history through Greek Epigraphy and poetry, and the power dynamics of the πολεις of Asia Minor.