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Academic Staff A-C

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(**= Emeriti, *= Permanent Professors and Associate Professors

** Dr James N. Adams
All Souls College
Latin Language and Philology

Dr Bill Allan
University College
Tel No: (01865) 276644
Archaic and classical Greek literature, especially tragedy and epic

Dr Rebecca Armstrong
St Hilda's College
Tel No: (01865) 276855
Latin poetry, especially Vergil, Ovid and Catullus

Dr Rhiannon Ash
Merton College
Tel No: (01865) 286302
Tacitus, Roman Historiography, Editor of Classical Quarterly

Dr Richard Ashdowne
University College
Historical Linguistics, Comparative Philology, History of Latin and Romance Languages, Forms of Address

Dr Carol Atack
St Hugh's College
Political thought, Xenophon, Aristotle, historiography, reception

Dr Lucy Audley-Miller
The Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Junior Research Fellow Funerary Portraiture, Roman Art and Architecture

Dr Pavlos Avlamis
Trinity College
Hellenistic and Imperial Greek literature and culture

Dr Jean-Sébastien Balzat
Lexicon of Greek Personal Names
Tel No: (01865) 288266
Roman history, Greek epigraphy, Greek onomastics

Dr Peter Barber
Wolfson College
Indo-European Philology; History of the Greek Language

Dr Marina Bazzani
The Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Tel No: (01865) 610222
Reception of greek language and classical tradition in byzantium; byzantine learned poetry

Dr Amin Benaissa
Lady Margaret Hall
Tel No: (01865) 274299
Greek literary and documentary papyrology; Archaic, Hellenistic and Imperial-period Greek poetry; social, cultural and institutional history of Graeco-Roman Egypt

Dr Lisa Bendall
Institute of Archaeology
Tel No: (01865) 278244
Aegean Prehistory; Linear B and other Bronze Age Aegean Scripts; anthropological approaches to Mycenaean religion, festivals and banqueting; archives, ancient and modern; history of decipherment; economic history.

Dr Edward Bispham
Brasenose College
Tel No: (01865) 277524
Pre-Roman and Roman Italy (history, epigraphy, archaeology); Roman historiography

** Prof. Sir John Boardman
Classical Art Research Centre
Classical Archaeology & Art

** Prof. Ewen L. Bowie
Corpus Christi College
Early Greek Elegiac and Iambic Poetry, Hellenistic Poetry, Greek Literary Culture of the Roman empire, especially the Greek Novels and Poetry

Dr Angus M. Bowie
The Queen's College
Tel No: (01865) 279172
Literary Theory, Homer, Herodotus, Greece and Persia, Comedy, Greek Anthropology, Virgil

Prof. Alan K. Bowman
Brasenose College
Tel No: (01865) 277821
Roman History and Papyrology

** Mrs Lesley Brown
Somerville College
Ancient Philosophy, especially Plato, Aristotle

** Mr Peter G. McC. Brown
Trinity College
Latin Poetry, Greek and Roman Comedy

Dr Felix Budelmann
Magdalen College
Tel No: (01865) 276069
Greek literature, lyric, cognitive approaches to literature

** Dr Penelope Bulloch
Balliol College
Aristophanes, New and Roman Comedy

** Prof. Myles Burnyeat
All Souls College
Ancient Philosophy

Prof. Dame Averil Cameron
Keble College
Literature and history of the Late Antique and Early Byzantine Periods

Dr Virginia Campbell
The Gibson Building

Dr Ben Cartlidge
The Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Menander, Greek drama, Indo-European linguistics, Sabellian languages, the history of the Greek language, Greek literature, language pedagogy

Mr Richard Catling
Lexicon of Greek Personal Names
Tel No: (01865) 288395
Greek History and Archaeology

** Dr G.L. Cawkwell
University College
Greek History 700-300

Dr Edouard Chiricat
Lexicon of Greek Personal Names
Tel No: (01865) 288392
Greek History, epigraphy

Dr Anna Clark
Christ Church
Tel No: (01865) 276228
Roman society and history, esp. 3rd cent BCE -1st/ 2nd CE; Roman intellectual and cultural history; historiography; religion; epistolography; Roman comedy; city of Rome.

Dr Katherine Clarke
St Hilda's College
Tel No: (01865) 276856
Greek and Roman historiography (especially Herodotus and Tacitus), ancient geographical traditions (especially in the late Hellenistic period), concepts of time, local and universal history.

Dr Nicholas Cole
Pembroke College
History of Political Thought, Classical Reception, American History, Cicero.

** Prof. Chris Collard
The Queen's College
Euripides, History of Classical Scholarship.

Dr Daniela Colomo
The Sackler Library
Research Officer, Oxyrhynchus project, papyrology, Greek Literature, Magic in Antiquity, Textual Criticism of the Bible

Prof Ursula Coope
Corpus Christi College
Ancient Philosophy

Dr Hannah E. Cornwell
Trinity College
Roman Republican and early Imperial history, Latin epigraphy and numismatics, Roman archaeology and art.

Prof Roger S. Crisp
St Anne's College
Tel No: (01865) 274819
Moral Philosophy Political Philosophy Ancient Philosophy

Dr Charles V. Crowther
The Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
Tel No: (01865) 288180

Dr Bruno Currie
Oriel College
Tel No: (01865) 276510
Early Greek epic (especially Homer and Hesiod), Greek lyric (especially Pindar), Greek religion