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Edith Hall

Edith Hall is Professor of Classics at King’s College London. She has published twenty-five books on ancient Greek and Roman culture and its influence on modernity, including Inventing the Barbarian (1989), The Return of Ulysses (2008), Greek Tragedy: Suffering under the Sun (2010) and Introducing the Ancient Greeks (2014).

She acts as consultant to professional theatres including the RSC and National Theatre and contributes regularly to television and radio programmes (for details see her personal website).

Edith has worked with Dr Henry Stead on Advocating Classical Civilisation, which extended from her AHRC-funded research project, Classics and Class in Britain, 1789 – 1917. It investigated the access to ancient Greek and Roman civilisation achieved by non-elite women and men in between the 18th and the 20th centuries She also edited the 2016 volume of Women Classical Scholars: Unsealing the Fountain from the Renaissance to Jacqueline de Romilly with Dr Rosie Wyles.

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