How I plan

I didn’t mean to make this a week of “How-To” blog posts, but somehow it has become one! Soon after I published my post “How I Write a Lecture“, Ellie Mackin posted my contribution to her “How I Plan” series of interviews. If you want to know how I plan my research, you can read…

New Digital Research Tools 2

Over a year ago, I posted about some new digital research tools I’d been trying out, and which of them had worked/not worked for me. I’ve been meaning to write an update to this for a while because, actually, I’ve changed my mind quite a bit since then. So here’s New Digital Research Tools 2…

Moving Romans

Around the time of the EU referendum, I wrote a review of Moving Romans: Migration to Rome in the Principate by Laurens E. Tacoma. Ancient migration has been very prominent in my work recently: the Greek in Italy project just hosted a conference on ancient migration and mobility in May this year, and  this book helped…

Exchange in the Mediterranean

The new book Échanger en Méditerranée: Acteurs, pratiques et normes dans les mondes anciens turned up in my pigeon hole this week – and I’m thrilled to see it in physical form at last! I was also sent some beautifully produced physical off-prints of my chapter – I haven’t seen one of them in ages, and they look…

Happy first birthday, blog! What I’ve learned so far

Amazingly, it is now a year since I started this blog in its current form. I had a website previously, which was mainly just for sharing teaching materials, but on 2nd June 2015 I revamped this site and wrote my first research-driven blog posts. This year has been busy in general, and has flown by…

It’s all Greek to Anna

It’s All Greek to Me is a brand new blog by my colleague Anna Judson. Anna is an expert on Linear B, linguistics and Greek in general, so I know that lots of readers will be interested in her site. Anna has long been a major contributor to the Res Gerendae graduate student Classics blog, but…