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Advisory Board

The advisory board of New Classicists counsels editors on possible peer reviewers for each accepted article so that it can be blind peer reviewed by two international academics with expertise on that article's theme.  Each member of the board has been chosen so as to represent the breadth of fields within the study of Antiquity.  For more information on each advisory board member, please click on that member's name.

PhD Students

Greg Gilles

(King's College London)

Roman Republican women and social networking

Jordon Houston

(Institute of Classical Studies, London)

Economics and administration of Roman Imperial entertainment

Karolina Barbara Frank

(University College London)

Religious and social history of Classical and Hellenistic Greece

Ben Salisbury

(University of Birmingham)

Public opinion and the politics of the late Roman Republic

Allison Smith

(Florida State University)

Roman architecture and construction of bathhouses


Dr Pavlos Avlamis

(King's College London)

Ancient Greek language and literature

Dr Virginia L Campbell

(Open University)

Pompeian graffiti and social networking

Dr Christy Constantakopoulou

(Birbeck University of London)

Ancient Greek history and culture

Dr Andriana Domouzi

(Royal Holloway, University of London)

Fragmentary Greek tragedy and its Reception

Asst Prof Al Duncan

(University of North Carolina)

Classical Greek Theater and literature

Dr Abigail Graham

(Warwick University)

Roman Epigraphy, art and architecture

Dr Mairéad McAuley

(University College London)

Early Roman Imperial literature

Dr Blanka Misic

(Bishop's University)

Religious and cultural identities in Pannonia and the Roman army

Dr Emily Pillinger

(King's College London)

Latin poetry and the reception of Classics

Prof Amy Smith

(University of Reading)

Greek and Roman art and archaeology

Curator of the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology

Dr Alberto Quiroga Puertas

(Universidad de Granada)

Imperial & 4th Century AD Greek Literature and Christian Historiography

Dr Lewis Webb

(University of Gothenburg)

Roman Republican history

and culture

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