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)

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


*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)