My interets lie in ancient social history, particularly in the lives of ordinary individuals and groups. This is the underlying theme of my 2015 monograph for OUP, Body Language in Hellenistic Art and Society. As a PGCE-qualified teacher I am especially interested in communicating research to school pupils and the general public by organizing events and creating media resources. My role on LatinNow is to co-ordinate our exciting public engagement programme with our partner museums in the UK and Europe, and to spread the good news about our findings.
I read classics at Oxford and heve held a number of post-doctoral roles, including working on the Ashmolean Inscriptions Project. I am now a Lecturer at the School of Archaelogy and Ancient History at the University of Leicester.