Dr Rachel Bryant Davies
Addison Wheeler Fellow in the Department of Classics and Ancient History
- Classical Legacies in Nineteenth-Century Culture
- Classical Reception/Afterlives of Antiquity
- Reception of Greek Tragedy
- Victorian Burlesque Drama
- Bryant Davies, Rachel (2018). Troy, Carthage and the Victorians: The Drama of Classical Ruins in the Nineteenth-Century Imagination. Cambridge University Press.
- 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.
- Bryant Davies, Rachel (2017). The Figure of Mary Mother of God in Christus Patiens: Fragmenting Tragic Myth and Passion Narrative in a Byzantine Appropriation of Euripidean Tragedy. The Journal of Hellenic Studies 137: 188-212.
- Bryant Davies, Rachel (2008). Reading Ezekiel's Exagoge: Tragedy, Sacrificial Ritual, and the Midrashic Tradition. Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 48(4): 393-415.
- Bryant Davies, Rachel (orig.) (2018). Victorian Epic Burlesques: A Critical Anthology of Nineteenth-Century Theatrical Entertainments after Homer .