Miss Elizabeth S Fitzgerald
MA in Classical Studies, Open University 2006 – dissertation title: An Exploration of the Concept of the Classical Greek Male Citizen Represented as “the Other” in Classical Athenian Tragedy with Principle Reference to the Plays of Euripides
BA (Hons) in Humanities with Classical Studies, Open University, 2003
Working title: Remembering the Past: How the Ancient Chorus Lives in the Present.
The aim of the thesis will be to examine the reception of the Greek tragic chorus, exploring how it has been used – or abused – within ancient and modern contexts.
Start date: 2009
First supervisor: Dr Louis Rawlings
Second Supervisor: Professor Lorna Hardwick, Open University
Fitzgerald, Liz (2011) ‘The Classical Greek Male as “the Other”; Medea’s Revenge’ in Epidauros Encounters, Parados Verlag Berlin
Cardiff School of History & Archaeology Doctoral Studentship (2012-2017)
The Visceral Gods of Aeschylus, Nineteenth Joint Postgraduate Conference, Theology & Religious Studies, University of Bristol, 9 March 2014
The European Network of Research and Documentation of Performances of Ancient Greek Drama Ancient Drama Work-in-Progress Forum, Epidauros, July 2007
The European Network of Research and Documentation of Performances of Ancient Greek Drama Ancient Drama Summer School, Epidauros, July 2006