The social & intellectual history of late antiquity, & early Christian (patristic) studies, in the Mediterranean world of the third to the seventh century
About this Fellow
The study of ancient Greek literature and culture, and its reception, especially in the nineteenth century
- Professor of Greek, University of Cambridge; Director of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH); Fellow, King's College, Cambridge
Religion & institutions of ancient Rome, between the IIId c. BC & the IIId c.AD (Epigraphy, history & archaeology).
Comparative world archaeology and deep history; the archaeology of the Mediterranean; Aegean prehistory; the archaeology of islands; the emergence of connectivity, particularly maritime; landscape archaeology
Greek and Latin literature, particularly of the Hellenistic and imperial periods, and the ancient reception and criticism of classical texts