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Dr Stephanie Roussou
DPhil Oxf


Member, Faculty of Classics
Researcher, Ancient and Medieval Greek thought on enclitics


Wolfson College


Dr Stephanie Roussou


Formerly a Research Associate with the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (University of California at Irvine) and a Humboldt Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Cologne. Now a researcher on the project 'Ancient and Medieval Greek thought on enclitics', funded by the John Fell Fund and Wolfson's Lorne Thyssen Research Fund for Ancient World Topics.

Research Keywords:

Textual criticism, palaeography, ancient grammarians

Research Interests:

Ancient scholarship, Greek grammatical tradition, textual criticism, palaeography, papyrology

Selected Publications:

'Aristarchus', 'Callistratus', 'Didymus Chalcenterus' ,'Euphronius', in Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy, A. Sommerstein (ed.), (Wiley-Blackwell Press forthcoming).

'ὁμότονος: when did words have the same accent?', Mnemosyne, (forthcoming).

'Distinguishing between concrete and abstract nouns: A terminological innovation in Herodian?', Rheinisches Museum, (forthcoming).

'The reception of Herodian in the Byzantine period: the case of Theognostus', Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies, (forthcoming).

Pseudo-Arcadius' Epitome of Herodian’s De prosodia catholica, (Oxford University Press forthcoming).

'Numerals or grammatical numbers in Book 15 of Herodian’s Περὶ καθολικῆς προσῳδίας? The limits of word-and-paradigm morphology', Classical Philology, Vol: 107.3, (2012), 238-247, Website: