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Prof. Fiona Macintosh
BA MA Leeds, MA status Oxf, PhD Lond

Offices:

Director, Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama
Professor of Classical Reception, Faculty of Classics
Supernumerary Fellow, St Hilda's College

Address:

The Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
66 St. Giles'
Oxford
OX1 3LU

Tel No: (01865) 288268
Email: fiona.macintosh@classics.ox.ac.uk

Prof. Fiona Macintosh
Link1: http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk

Profile:

Fiona Macintosh is Professor of Classical Reception and Fellow of St Hilda's College, University of Oxford. She joined the APGRD as Senior Research Fellow in 2000 after holding a lectureship in the Department of English, Goldsmiths' College, University of London. She was Reader in Greek and Roman Drama (2008-2014) and has been the Director of the APGRD since January 2010.

Research Keywords:

Performance of Greek and Roman Drama, Reception of Greek and Roman literature

Research Interests:

Her publications include Dying Acts: Death in Ancient Greek and Modern Irish Tragic Drama (Cork, 1994; New York, 1995), Greek Tragedy and the British Theatre, 1660-1914 (Oxford University Press, 2005, co-authored with Edith Hall), Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus (Cambridge University Press, 2009). She is editor of numerous APGRD volumes, most recently The Ancient Dancer in the Modern World: Responses to Greek and Roman Dance (Oxford University Press, 2011), and Choruses, Ancient and Modern (Oxford University Press, 2013).).

Selected Publications:

Choruses: Ancient and Modern, Budelmann F, Billings J, Macintosh F (eds.), (2013 due).

Enter and Exit the Chorus: Dance in Britain 1880-1914, in Choral Mediation, Gagné R (ed.), (Cambridge University Press 2013 due).

From Sculpture to Vase-painting: Archaeological Models for the Actor, in Brill's Companion to Ancient Theatre, Harrison GWM, Liapis V (eds.), (Brill 2013).

Museums, Collecting and Archives, in Cambridge Companion to Theatre History, Wiles D, Dymkowski C (eds.), (Cambridge University Press 2012), 267-280.

The Ancient Greeks and the "Natural", in Natural Movement, Carter A, Fensham R (eds.), (Palgrave Macmillan 2012).

Irish Antigone and Burying the Dead, in Antigone on the Contemporary World Stage, Mee EB, Foley HP (eds.), (Oxford University Press 2011), 90-103.

The Ancient Dancer in the Modern World, Macintosh F (ed.), (Oxford University Press 2010).

'The French Oedipus of the inter-war period', in S. Goldhill and E. Hall (edd.), Sophocles and the Greek Tragic Tradition, (Cambridge University Press 2009), 158-178.

Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus, (Cambridge University Press 2009).

The 'Rediscovery' of Aeschylus for the Modern Stage, in Eschyle à l'aube du théâtre occidental, Mark GPD, Jouanna J, Montanari F, Hernández A-C (eds.), (2009), 435-468.

The French Oedipus of the inter-war period, in Sophocles and the Greek tragic tradition, Goldhill S, Hall E (eds.), (Cambridge University Press 2009), 158-178.

An Oedipus for Our Times?, in Performance, iconography, reception, Taplin O, Revermann M, Wilson P (eds.), (Oxford University Press, USA 2008), 524-547.