Staff Profile:Professor Barbara Goff

Name:
Professor Barbara Goff
Job Title:
Professor
Responsibilities:

Departmental Exams Officer

I did my undergraduate work at King's College Cambridge, where I was later a Junior Research Fellow, and I pursued my postgraduate work at the University of California.  I have taught at different institutions including the University of Texas at Austin. I usually teach the Part 2 core module 'Ancient Drama' (CL2DR) and Ancient Greek language. Currently I am developing my modules on 'Ancient Sport' (CL2SP) and on 'Gender' (CL3GD).

Areas of Interest:
Greek Tragedy and its reception; women in antiquity; postcolonial classics; reception of Greek political thought
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I am a member of the Ancient Literature and Classical Tradition and Reception groups in the Department.

I am a member of the Ancient and Modern Imperialisms Network, based in Reading.  I help to run the Legacy of Greek Political Thought Network, based in Reading, and the Classical Reception Studies Network, based at the Open University.

I am on the international editorial boards of  the Classical Receptions Journal (OUP) and of Elektra (University of Patras).  I am on the Advisory Board of the AHRC project 'Classics and Class', based in King's College London.

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Contact Details

Email:
b.e.goff@reading.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 118 378 5172

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Forthcoming

Forthcoming workshop on Revolutions and Classics: https://lgsgreekproject.wordpress.com/2016/03/14/revolutions-and-classics/

 

Just published:

Special Issue of Classical Receptions Journal on the Legacy of Greek Political Thought.  Please access the table of contents at http://bit.ly/1Qhdoqf

"The legacy of ancient Greek politics, from Antigone to Xenophon." An OUP blog post with Miriam Leonard can be found here: OUPblog April 14th 2016 

 

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