The department now has a Twitter account!
Follow us at @OU_Classics – and do tweet us with your Classics-related news!
Several members of the OU Classical Studies community also have their own personal Twitter accounts. Here’s a list, which we’ll keep updating over the coming months.
@eltonteb Elton Barker (Reader in Classical Studies, tweeting about Digital Humanities and more)
@emmabridges Emma Bridges (Lecturer in Classical Studies, ‘mostly tweets with a classical theme’)
@fluff35 Helen King (Professor and Head of Classical Studies department)
@jash147 James Hutchinson (Associate Lecturer in Classical Studies, tweeting about classical languages and (mainly Greek) culture)
@jesshughes61 Jessica Hughes (Lecturer in Classical Studies, tweeting mainly about classical art and its reception, especially votive offerings and souvenirs)
@joannapaul Joanna Paul (Lecturer in Classical Studies, tweets about classical reception and more)
@johncpc John Harrison (PhD student in Classical Studies, tweets about classical reception, cognition, Alzheimer’s research and more)
@ClassicalJG Juliette Harrisson (Associate Lecturer in Classical Studies, ‘tweeting about whatever takes her fancy’)
@KJSoar Katy Soar (Associate Lecturer in Classical Studies, ‘interested in performance, authenticity and the past.’)
@LASwiftClassics Laura Swift (Lecturer in Classical Studies)
@mairlloyd Mair Lloyd (PhD student in Classical Studies, tweets about Classics, e-learning and more)
@MariaRelaki Maria Relaki (Associate Lecturer in Classical Studies, tweets about Archaeology, Classics and Heritage)
@seraudnitz Sophie Raudnitz (PhD student in Classical Studies, ‘tweets about her PhD (in memory and ancient Greek literature) and the minutiae of life’)
@ Suzanne Slapper, MA student in Classical Studies
@TonyKeen46 Tony Keen (Associate Lecturer in Classical Studies, ‘tweets irregularly in a personal capacity on a variety of subjects close to his heart’)
Other Twitter feeds with an OU connection include:
@CRSN_UK Classical Reception Studies Network (tweeting upcoming cultural and academic events)
@pvcrs Practitioners’ Voices in Classical Reception Studies (OU Open Access journal – interviews with actors, directors, artists, writers and other practitioners who work with classical material)
@classicsconfide Classics Confidential (‘Vodcasting Classicists, Sharing Research’)