Roman Law Network


Relevant supervision by Network members



J. Chan ‘Roads and Expansionism in the Middle Republic (K. Welch)

K. Harris ‘Violence and the Body Politic in Seneca the Elder’s Controversiae: a Reflection of his Times? (E. Cowan / P. Roche)

P. James ‘Provisioning Rome: the State, the Supply Chain, and the cura annonae’ (R. Miles / J. Tan)

T. Rushmer ‘Fruits of Empire: Grain and Grain Laws in the Roman Republic’ (K. Welch)


C. McMenamin ‘Female Poisoners in Ancient Rome’ (E. Cowan)




M.J. Cuyler 2016 ‘The Urban Landscape of late Republican and early Imperial Ostia’, currently holds a fully funded post doc at MF Norwegian School of Religion and Theology, Oslo (K. Welch)

K. Morrell 2014 ‘Pompey, Cato and the governance of the Roman Empire’ (K. Welch / A.M. Stone), now published by OUP. Subsequent positions include a postdoc at the University of Amsterdam, a DECRA at the University of Melbourne, and now a continuing position as the Susan Blake Lecturer at the University of Queensland (


K. Parkin ‘Three’s a Crowd: the Legal Position of Adultery controversiae in Latin Declamation’ (E. Cowan)

J. Flego 2017 ‘Theodor Mommsen: an Enduring Legacy of Rome’s Past’ (K. Welch)

E. Slingsby 2019 ‘Despotic Rule in Cornelius Nepos’ De Excellentibus Ducibus Exterarum Gentium’, currently undertaking a Phd at Cambridge on a Cambridge Trust Scholarship (E. Cowan / K. Welch):

J. Winestock 2020 ‘The Effects of Plunder on Non-Elite Italians, 200-167 BCE’ (J. Tan / K. Welch)

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S. Cohen 2016 ‘Minds without Maps: Space, Directionality and Wayfinding in Mid-Republican Rome’, currently undertaking a PhD program at the University of Michigan (K. Welch / B. Cowan)


P. James ‘Food Provisions for ancient Rome: a Supply Chain Approach’, now published by Routledge (R. Miles / K. Welch)

C. Scott 2019 Roman Patriarchy, Women, and Cultural Memory, currently Museum Consultant, UK (K. Welch)