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Mr Stephen Anderson
MA Dublin


Rodewald Lector in Classical Languages, New College
Member, Faculty of Classics


New College


Mr Stephen Anderson


Stephen Anderson taught at Winchester for 35 years, for 25 of them as Head of the Classics Department, and more recently as Senior Tutor. Throughout his career he has been heavily involved in public examining, most recently as chairman of the committee which developed the Greek and Latin syllabuses for Cambridge Pre-U, and as Chief Examiner in Greek for that qualification. He is a regular tutor at the JACT Greek Summer School and at Cambridge University’s Institute of Continuing Education at Madingley Hall, is a Vice-President of the Southampton Branch of the CA, and sits on the Editorial Committee of the Bristol Classical Press, an imprint of Bloomsbury Academic.


Stephens primary teaching duties are with New College Classics undergraduates, either in groups or individually. He provides reading classes, practice in unseen translation, and instruction in Prose and Verse Composition, the latter only if requested.

Research Keywords:

Greek and Latin Language, Epic and Lyric Poetry

Research Interests:

Stephen's specialist interests include Language and Language Teaching, Epic Poetry (he is working on an edition of Iliad XVI), Lyric Poetry and Roman Letter-Writing.

Selected Publications:

A Little Greek Reader, Co-author: James Morwood, (OUP 2014).

Writing Greek, Co-author: John Taylor, (BCP 2010).

Advanced Latin: Materials for A2 and Pre-U, Co-author: James Morwood and Katharine Radice, (BCP 2009).

Greek Unseen Translation , Co-author: John Taylor, (BCP 2005).