Classics - Research
The discipline of Classics is eager to provide supervision in any area of studies relevant to the specialist interests of a member of staff;
Admission to a research degree is at the discretion of the potential supervisor and the Head of discipline and is based on a proposal from the applicant following discussion with a suitable member of staff. As part of the research degree programme the discipline may recommend attendance at Greek or Latin language classes. Candidates for a research degree should have obtained an honours degree in an appropriate subject (Second Class Honours , Grade 1 minimum).
MLitt (Classics), full-time
MLitt (Classics), part-time
MLitt (full-time), 1LT1 MLitt (part-time), 1LT2
Dr. Jacopo Bisagni
Latin/Old Irish bilingualism in Medieval Ireland; Latin and Indo-European linguistics
Professor Michael Clarke
The Classical inheritance in medieval Ireland; historical semantics and cognitive linguistics; Greek epic.
Dr. Edward Herring
The archaeology and history of early Italy; South Italian pottery; ethnicity.
Dr. Mark Stansbury
Manuscript studies; Medieval Latin; Insular Christian culture; transmission of Classical texts