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Durham University

Department of Classics and Ancient History

Staff

Dr Rachel Bryant Davies

Addison Wheeler Fellow in the Department of Classics and Ancient History

Contact Dr Rachel Bryant Davies (email at rachel.g.bryant-davies@durham.ac.uk)

Research Interests

  • Classical Legacies in Nineteenth-Century Culture
  • Classical Reception/Afterlives of Antiquity
  • Reception of Greek Tragedy
  • Victorian Burlesque Drama

Publications

Authored book

Edited book

  • Bryant Davies, Rachel & Gribling, Barbara (2019). Childhood Encounters with History in British Culture, c.1750-1914. Interventions: Rethinking the Nineteenth Century. Manchester University Press.

Chapter in book

  • Bryant Davies, Rachel (2019). Through the Proscenium Arch. In Time Travellers: Victorian Perspectives on the Past. Buckland, Adelene & Qureshi, Sadiah University of Chicago Press.
  • Bryant Davies, Rachel (2018). Fish, firemen, and prize fighters: Victorian transformation of the Iliad and Aeneid on the London stage. In Epic Performances, from the Middle Ages into the Twenty-First Century. Justine McConnell, Fiona Macintosh, Stephen Harrison & Claire Kenward Oxford University Press.
  • Bryant Davies, Rachel (2018). Puzzling Antiquity in The Boy's Own Paper. In Childhood Encounters with History in British Culture, c.1750-1914. Bryant Davies, Rachel & Gribling, Barbara Manchester University Press.
  • Gange, David & Bryant Davies, Rachel (2013). Troy. In Cities of God: The Bible and Archaeology in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Gange, David & Ledger-Lomas, Michael Cambridge University Press.

Journal Article

Scholarly Edition