Dr Kate Cook
My research focuses on the interactions between language and gender in Greek tragedy. I am also particularly interested in the ways in which significant or authoritative speech and speech genres are used by characters of tragedies – in particular, speech which makes use of genres or markers of significance from archaic Greek poetry (both lyric and epic).
I have further research interests in Classical Reception, particularly in videogames or in relation to gender, and the history of women's access to the field of Classics.
- Kate Cook (2017). Classics and Feminist Pedagogy: Practical Tips for Teaching. CUCD Bulletin 46
- Kate Cook (2017). Practical Tips for Feminist Pedagogy in Classics. CUCD Bulletin 46
- Kate Cook (2017). Women classical scholars. Unsealing the fountain from the renaissance to Jacqueline de Romilly, edited by Rosie Wyles and Edith Hall. Women\textquotesingles History Review 26(6): 1024-1025.