Dr Guy Bradley
Telephone:+44 (0)29 208 76283
Fax:+44 (0)29 208 74929
Location:John Percival Building 5.03
- Cultural change and ethnicity in Ancient Italy
- Early Roman history
- Roman colonization in Italy
G. J. Bradley, E. Isayev, C. Riva (eds.) (2007) Ancient Italy: Regions without Boundaries. Exeter University Press.
G. J. Bradley, J.-P. Wilson (eds.) (2006) Greek and Roman Colonization: Origins, Ideologies and Interactions. Classical Press of Wales.
G. J. Bradley (2000) Ancient Umbria: State, Culture, and Identity in Central Italy from the Iron Age to the Augustan Era. Oxford University Press.
Iuvanum Survey Project.
My teaching centres mainly on Roman history, covering a period from the development of the archaic city of Rome to the early Principate, dealing with both chronological periods and also thematic issues such as Roman slavery and Romanisation. The modules I teach on are:
- Roman Religion - 10 credits (HS3331)
- Rome and Carthage - 20 credits (HS3333)
I also lecture and take seminars in the Greek and Roman Part One modules:
- Understanding Texts - 10 credits (HST011)
For PhD projects that I currently supervise, see under the Postgraduate Students tab. I would welcome supervising PhD students in the history and archaeology of Italy before the Roman Empire, and in the history and archaeology of early Rome.