Graham Oliver is an ancient historian. He studies Greek history, in particular epigraphy the study of inscriptions, Classical and Hellenistic history, and the ancient economy and society of ancient Greece from the Archaic to Roman eras. His interests also extend to the reception of ancient Greek culture: Oliver works on ancient Greece in the long 18th-century and has also published on the relationship between ancient Greece and the commemoration of the war dead in the early 20th century.
Graham Oliver undertook both his undergraduate studies in Classics (BA Literae Humaniores, 1989) and his doctoral studies (D. Phil Ancient History, 1995) at Oxford University. He moved to The University of Liverpool in 1994 where he taught until 2013 before coming to Brown as Professor of Classics. He teaches courses in Greek history and literature at undergraduate and graduate level and has directed and taught international graduate programs in epigraphy at Oxford University and the British School at Athens.
GRAHAM OLIVER, D.Phil; MA (Oxon)
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