My PhD research focuses on the late first century BCE Augustan marriage legislation, examining its myriad narratives, and the story they combine to tell us about these laws. I am particularly interested in the way modern narrative theories, and their interconnection with legal studies, can be used to explore the nuances of this ancient body of legislation.
I completed an MA (Hons) in Classical Studies at the University of St. Andrews, and following this, completed a Bachelors of Law with Honours for postgraduates in two years at City Law School, London (BA LLB).
Awards and Prizes
I am a recipient of the South West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership studentship fund.
Winner of the 2019 University of Bristol Three Minute Thesis competition.