Professors emeriti and Senior Research Fellows (honorary)
|Chris Carey||Greek literature, especially archaic Greek poetry, oratory, drama|
|Alan Griffiths||Greek poetry and mythology; Herodotos|
|Simon Hornblower||Greek historiography; Herodotus and Thucydides|
|Herwig Maehler||Literary and documentary papyri; Ptolemaic Egypt; Homer; Greek lyric|
|Gerard O'Daly||Late Latin literature; ancient and early Christian philosophy|
|Lucas Siorvanes||Ancient Greek philosophy|
|Mark Weeden||Hittite, Luwian, Akkadian; Ancient Near Eastern Studies|
Honorary Research Fellows
|Nicolo Benzi||Greek philosophy and literature; the reception of early Greek philosophy in Athenian tragedy; Plato's relation to the Epic and Lyric tradition.|
|Marco Benoît Carbone|
Reception and historiography; deconstructing the Greco-Roman in Western history and thought; gender and ethnicity; qualitative social research and ethnographic approaches to the contemporary relevance of antiquity.
Tracing ancient into modern heroism in history and cinema; conducts classical reception case studies on the anthropology of concepts and aesthetics of military/warfare heroism from antiquity.
|Steven Green||Roman literature and culture in 1st centuries BC and AD, with particular attention to the Augustan and Neronian periods|
|Brenda Griffith-Williams||Athenian law and rhetoric, especially inheritance cases|
|Luke Houghton||Latin poetry and its reception in later art and literature, particularly during the late medieval and early Renaissance periods.|
|Dimitra Kokkini||Greek Drama, Gender studies, Masculinities, Cultural History|
Early Greek epic poetry (Homer, Hesiod, Epic Cycle, pre-Classical ‘historical’ epic poems); comparative study of agonistic poetics of oral performance; Trojan War images in visual art; Trojan myth and its reception in Lyric Poetry and Drama; fragmentary poetry.
Classical reception in the 19th and 20th centuries, Greek literature, Friedrich Nietzsche, postcolonial literature, philosophy and drama.
|Naoko Yamagata||Homer, including reception of Homer in antiquity, especially in Plato and Virgil, comparison of Homeric and Mycenaean Greek (Linear B) and comparison of Homer and the Tale of the Heike, a Medieval Japanese epic.|
|Vasiliki Zali||Classical Greek Historiography (especially Herodotus), in narrative techniques and in particular the use of speech in Classical Greek Historiography, and in Greek and barbarian identities|