Faculty of Classics of Cambridge University

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Degree 
MPhil, PhD
Address
Faculty of Classics of Cambridge University, Cambridge University, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge CB3 9DA, Cambridge, United Kingdom
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Subject
Humanities and Arts
App Deadline 
31 May (17 May for online applications) but if you wish to apply for funding to the AHRC, the deadline is 31 January (17 January for online applications)
Telephone 
+44 (0)1223 335151/2
Fax 
+44 (0)1223 335409
E-mail 

grad...@classics.cam.ac.uk

Website 
http://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/faculty/gr...



Cambridge is one of the world's foremost centres of classical research, and the Classics Faculty is noted internationally both for its tradition of scholarship and for its adventurous pioneering of new approaches to the ancient world.

Key research areas

The Faculty's legacy of formal classical scholarship has been further enriched by a range of new methodological strategies that typically seek to combine the disciplines - history, archaeology, art and literature - in wide-ranging reassessments of fundamental aspects of life and culture in classical antiquity.

Areas of current research, in which seminars are held, are:

  • Greek and Latin literature (Prof C Austin, Prof J Diggle, Prof S Goldhill, Dr E Gowers,
  • Prof J Henderson, Dr N Hopkinson, Prof R Hunter, Dr H Morales, Prof SP Oakley, Dr L Pranscello, Prof M Reeve, Dr A Rogerson)
  • Philosophy (Mr N Denyer, Prof M Schofield, Prof D Sedley, Dr R Wardy, Dr J Warren)
  • History (Prof M Beard, Prof P Cartledge, Dr R Flemming, Prof P Garnsey, Dr C Kelly, Dr P Millett, Prof R Osborne, Dr J Patterson, Dr M Williams)
  • Art and archaeology (Mr H Hurst, Prof M Millett, Dr L Preston, Dr N Spivey, Dr C Vout)
  • Philology and linguistics (Dr J Clackson, Prof G Horrocks, Dr T Meissner, Dr R Thompson)
  • Interdisciplinary approaches to the ancient world (many of the above).

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