Members of the Classical Studies discipline have distinctive expertise in the study of the ancient body and the senses. We interpret these themes in a highly interdisciplinary way, bringing together the approaches of archaeology, anthropology, social sciences, medical humanities, ancient history and classical studies to find ways of using material culture and written evidence alongside each other.
A history of our own? Using Classics in disability histories (2021-05-10)
In: Adams, Ellen ed. Disability Studies and the Classical Body: The Forgotten Other. Routledge Studies in Ancient Disabilities (pp. 237-263)
ISBN : 9780367221959 | Publisher : Routledge (In Press) | Published : London
Hippocrates Now: The 'Father of Medicine' in the Internet Age (2020)
Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception
ISBN : 9781350005891 | Publisher : Bloomsbury | Published : London
Mobility impairment: identifying lived experiences in Roman Italy (2020-01)
In: Laes, Christian ed. A Cultural History of Disability in Antiquity (pp. 31-45)
ISBN : 978-1-3500-2852-4 | Publisher : Bloomsbury | Published : London
Shirley Elderfield, Sensing the Oracle: a Druid Key to Intersensoriality at Dodona
Elizabeth Webb, Audience Sensory Experience in Thucydides’ 'History of the Peloponnesian War'