I have extensive experience in lecturing and supervising students at the University of Edinburgh and University of Oxford on various topics in Classics, History, Archaeology and Languages. I also specialize in virtual teaching and incorporate Digital Humanities approaches in my lectures.
Courses designed and taught:
Classics and Archaeology: Greek Art and Archaeology; Roman Art and Archaeology; Classical Greek Language and Literature; Democracy and Aristocracy in the 5th century BCE; Archaeological Theory and Methods; Ancient Architecture; The Bronze Age Aegean; The Archaeology of Cyprus; Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean.
History: Intro to Ancient History; Intro to Greek History; Theory and Methods in Ancient History; Death and Religion in the Ancient World.
Undergraduate and Masters dissertation Supervisor (University of Edinburgh).
Digital Humanities: Data Collection and Analysis in Archaeological Methods (Oxford); Workshops on Digital Humanities in Classics (Oxford School of Engineering).