Dr Theodore Hill
Teaching Fellow (Classics)
|Teaching Fellow (Classics) in the Department of Classics and Ancient History|
My research interests focus on Greek literature and intellectual history. My doctoral thesis, 'Rulers in Greek Tragedy', which I recently completed at Oxford, investigates the political and philosophical ideas about rulers that existed in fifth-century Athens and explores how Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides used these ideas to present rulers in their plays in a wide variety of different ways. Before that, I was an undergraduate at Pembroke College, Cambridge (2012-2015), and completed an MSt at University College, Oxford (2015-2016).
In the future, I hope to undertake a research project into how the Greeks of the classical period attributed emotions and attitudes to their gods, such as divine anger, envy, pity or friendship.
- Hill, T. (in press). Rulers in Greek Tragedy. (Thesis). University of Oxford. Retrieved from https://durham-repository.worktribe.com/output/1618421