February 2, 2016
Dr Sonya Nevin: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Humanities, University of RoehamptonResearch interests: The Greco-Roman world in 19th-century literature (especially in the fiction of Charlotte Bronte) and in film and science fiction (especially representations of ancient warfare) and the Titans in Romantic thought.
Alana Newman, PhD student: email@example.com
Department of History, Classics, and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh
Research interests: Using film theory to interpret depictions of women in Hellenistic art.
Emma Nicholson, PhD student: firstname.lastname@example.orgSchool of History, Newcastle UniversityResearch interests: Reception in antiquity.
Dr Nick Ollivere: email@example.comHumanities Division, University of OxfordReception interests: Reception of concepts of the self from antiquity to the present day, in poetry and other literature.
Antonis K. Petrides: firstname.lastname@example.orgSchool of Humanities and Social Sciences, Open University of Cyprus.Research interests: Greek and Roman theatre and its modern reception (mainly in Greece and Cyprus)
Dr Simon Perris: email@example.comClassics Programme, Victoria University of WellingtonResearch interests: Greek tragedy; performance reception; literary reception, especially in Aotearoa New Zealand; translation and translation studies.
Amanda Potter: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Classical Studies, The Open UniversityResearch interests: Classics on film and television, viewer reception.
Richard Potter, PhD student: email@example.com
Department of Classics, Royal Holloway University of London
Research interests: The reception of the Greek tragic chorus in selected British and American television productions of the late twentieth century.
Dr David Pritchard: firstname.lastname@example.org
School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics, University of Queensland
Research interests: The cultural and social history of classical Athens, participation in its democracy, the position of Attic women, the ancient Olympics, Greek sport and the armed forces of Athens during its age of empire.
Dr Valentina Prosperi: email@example.com
Dipartimento di Storia, Scienze dell'uomo e della formazione, Università di Sassari (Italy)
Research interests: Lucretius in Italian Humanism and the Renaissance, Dictys and Dares as historical sources in the European Middle Ages and Renaissance, the Trojan myth and the influence of its reception on Homer's early modern Nachleben, Dante and the classics, Tasso and the Classics, Dryden, Shakespeare and the reuse of the past.
Elina Pyy: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies, University of Helsinki.Research interests: Roman imperial poetry, gender studies, history of identities and mentalities.
Dr Tiziana Ragno: email@example.comDepartment of Humanities, University of Foggia Research interests: Classical reception and musical appropriations of the classics.
Holly Ranger, PhD student:firstname.lastname@example.orgInstitute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of BirminghamResearch interests: Classical reception, gender and sexuality, feminist and queer theory, contemporary women's writing and reception as social activism.
Vassiliki Rapti: email@example.comDepartment of Classics, Harvard UniversityResearch interests: Modern Greek literature, avant-garde theatre and performance, especially surrealist drama and the poetics of play and games.
Francesca Richards: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Classics & Ancient History, University of DurhamResearch interests: Classics and children's literature, in particular the reception of Homer's Odyssey.
Laura Rietveld: email@example.com Independent scholar (The Netherlands)
Research interests: Reception of classical mythology (Orpheus, Hercules) in the Italian Renaissance (literature, visual arts, music); reception of antiquity in the works of Petrarch (14th century)
Enrique Riobo, PG student: firstname.lastname@example.orgCentro de estudios culturales latinoamericanos, Universidad de ChileResearch interests: The classical tradition in school textbooks and education in Chile and in modernist Latin American literature.
Dr Emilia Di Rocco: email@example.com
Department of European, American and Intercultural Studies, Sapienza University of RomeResearch interests: The reception of ancient myth in modern literature, medieval literature, literature and the Bible.
Dr Chiara Rolli: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Parma, ItalyResearch interests: The relationship between classics, post-colonial literatures and twentieth-century British literature.
Raf Van Rooy, PhD candidate: email@example.comDepartment of French, Italian and Comparative Linguistics, University of LeuvenResearch interests: History of words and ideas, Greek in Early Modern times and historical-comparative linguistics.
J Alison Rosenblitt: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Classics, OxfordResearch interests: E.E. Cummings; modernism; Roman history and historiography.
Liz Sawyer, PhD student: email@example.com Faculty of Classics, University of OxfordResearch interests: The reception of Thucydides in 20th and 21st-century US and UK politics, education, rhetoric, and the military; theoretical and political approaches to the classics, esp. history of classics teaching, education, and women.
Madeleine Scherer, PhD student: M.M.C.Scherer@warwick.ac.ukDepartment of English and Comparative Literature, Warwick University.Research Interests: Mnemonic Refiguration: The Graeco-Roman Underworld in Ireland and the Caribbean
Christopher Martin Schliephake, PhD student: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of History, Augsburg UniversityResearch interests: Cultural history of the ancient world and its reception, history, memory and place, environmental history and literary theory (ecocriticism, new historicism)
Emeritus Professor Gareth Schmeling: email@example.comDepartment of Classics, Johns Hopkins UniversityResearch interests: Petronius, Apuleius, Historia Apollonii and the Greek novels
Bev Scott, PhD student: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, University of LiverpoolResearch interests: The reception of the Argonautic myth in science fiction.
Dr Lorna Shaughnessy: email@example.com Department of Spanish, National University of Ireland, GalwayResearch interests: Reception studies in twentieth and twenty-first century Latin American poetry and theatre. Currently researching Latin American versions of Iphigeneia.
Cara Sheldrake: firstname.lastname@example.orgPost-doctoral independent researcherResearch interests: Uses of Classics in local historiography, esp. Cornish antiquarianism. Classics (esp. Roman Britain) in children's literature.
Clare Shiane, MA student: Shianeclare@hotmail.com
Department of Classical Studies, The Open University
Research interests: Modern depictions of Roman women in the media and in exhibitions.
Wendy Sijnesael, PhD student: email@example.comDepartment of Classics and Ancient History, University of BristolResearch interests: Alma-Tadema's engagement with the classics.
Jared Simard, PhD student: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Graduate Center, City University of New YorkResearch interests: Reception Studies, classical mythology in post-antique art and digital humanities.
Dr Ewa Skwara: email@example.comInstitute of Classical Philology, Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland)Research interests: The legacy of ancient theatre and the ancient world in cinema.
Kalina Slaska-Sapala: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford
Research Interests: Greek and Roman epic (Homer, Lucretius, Vergil), Early Modern English literature, esp. John Milton, Polish literature, translation studies.
Tyler Jo Smith: email@example.comDepartment of Art and Archaeology, University of VirginiaResearch interests: Greek Vases and Iconography; ancient religions; dance, drama, performance.
Dr Johan Steenkamp: firstname.lastname@example.orgSchool of Ancient Languages and Textual Studies, North-West UniversityResearch interests:
Niels Grotum Sørensen, PhD student: email@example.comDepartment of Scandinavian Studies and Linguistics, University of CopenhagenResearch interests: Classical reception in 18th century Scandinavia, particularly in the comic poetry of Ludvig Holberg; European mock-heroic poetry and satire.
Dr Zoe Stamatopoulou: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Penn StateResearch interests: Ancient reception of poets, didactic poetry and women in antiquity.
Dr Catherine Steel: email@example.comDepartment of Classics, University of GlasgowResearch interests: The reception of Roman political theory.
Geoffrey Stone: firstname.lastname@example.orgDepartment of Classics, University of RoehamptonResearch interests: Reception of Greek vases; Sir William Hamilton
Simon Strauss: email@example.com
The Collaborative Research Centre Transformations of Antiquity, Humboldt UniversityResearch interests: 19/20th century German historiography (Mommsen, Friedländer, Marquardt, Gelzer) and especially the usage of the term 'society' to describe social structures in the ancient world.