dr. (Efi) E. Papadodima

Efi Papadodima is Senior Researcher in Classics at the Academy of Athens (Research Centre for Greek and Latin Literature) and a Visiting Fellow at ERRC (2023-2024). She holds a DPhil in Classics from the University of Oxford with a thesis on the representation of "ethnic identities" and foreignness in classical literature. She has taught a wide range of subjects of Greek and Latin literature at the Universities of Oxford, Texas at Austin, and Ioannina (Greece). 

Her research focuses on ancient Greek and Roman drama, the reception of classical antiquity in the Early Modern period, most notably in the oeuvre of Erasmus, and the history of ideas and institutions. She has authored three books and a number of articles, and she has also edited several collected volumes in the series Trends in Classics (De Gruyter). She is currently working on a monograph which reassesses Erasmus' attitude towards war and the broader phenomenon of discordia, with special attention to the author's engagement with prominent ancient sources.

dr. (Brian) B. Cummings

Brian Cummings currently holds a Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellowship, and in Autumn 2023 he will become the Erasmus Collection Fellow in Rotterdam and visiting fellow at ICON (University of Utrecht). He is Anniversary Professor at the University of York, UK, and a Fellow of the British Academy.

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