Current office hours: Tuesdays 9-12.
Research Interests: Latin poetry, ancient philosophy and ancient historiography
Director of Research
2001-7: invited speaker at Chapel Hill, Mannheim, Nijmegen, Oxford, Dublin (twice), Columbia, Cambridge, Durham (both Classics and twice at the Durham New Testament Seminar), Virginia, Yale, FSU Tallahassee, Princeton, Geneva, Lampeter, Gregynog, Bordeaux
Oxford and Cambridge D. Phil Examiner (2004-6)
Assessor for Readership in Classics, Swansea (2005)
Book assessor: Blackwell’s, OUP (2004/5)
Reader for JHS/CQ (2003-7)
Reader for AJP (2006-7)
Participant in the Leverhulme-funded ‘Rethinking Revolution’ project (Cambridge, August 2004)
Participant in the ‘Herodotus Book Five’ project (Cambridge, August 2004)
Invited contributor to Brill Companion to Herodotus and Companion to Thucydides, CUP Companion to Roman Satire and Companion to Horace, Blackwell Companion to the Greek and Roman Historians, festschriften in honour of E.L. Bowie and A.J. Woodman.
Invited participant at ‘Lies and Fiction 2’ (Gregynog, July 2007) and ‘Velleius Conference’ (Leicester, April 2008).
Professor Moles welcomes postgraduate students in any of his main areas of research