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Dr Janett Morgan 


1999 BA Cardiff University

2000 MA Cardiff University

2005 PhD Cardiff University (Domestic Cult in the Classical Greek House)



2012 – Lecturer in Ancient History, Cardiff University

2010-2012 – Lecturer in Greek History and Archaeology, Royal Holloway, University of London

2007-2010 – Lecturer in Greek Archaeology, Royal Holloway, University of London

2005-2006 – Associate Lecturer, Bristol University

2000-2004 – AHRC Doctoral Studentship

1999-2000 – AHRC MA Studentship



 Secretary, Cardiff and District Classical Association, 2012-



Edinburgh University Classics Research Seminar (March 2012) ‘Gods in the classical Greek house: models, misrepresentations and mysteries’

Greek Archaeology Group Seminar Series, Oxford (Nov 2011) 'Absence of evidence or evidence of absence? Mobility, status and housing in early Greece’

ICS Ancient History Seminar (Oct 2011) - ‘Moving stories. Mobility, power and the development of the Greek city’

‘The Hellenistic Court’ – Edinburgh, February 2011 - ‘At home with royalty: Constructing the Hellenistic palace’

Joint Organiser and Speaker for ‘House’: Royal Holloway Seminar Series 2009/10 - ‘There’s no place like home’…house hunting in classical Greece’

Organiser and speaker at Panel ‘Wild Sex: Erotic Agency and the Barbarian Woman’ Classical Association, Glasgow 2009 - ‘Women in common’ or common women? Herodotus and the sexuality of barbarian women’,

Perceptions of Polis Religion: Inside/Outside. A symposium in memory of Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood Reading University 4th-6th July 2008 - Polis Religion and Domestic Cult: Public and Private, Ancient and Modern