School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Fiona Noble

Fiona Noble

Sulla and the gods: religion, politics and propaganda in the Autobiography of Lucius Cornelius Sulla.

Subject area: Roman history
Supervisors: Dr. Federico Santangelo and Prof. Tony Spawforth

Project outline

My PhD research looks at Sulla’s self-representation and propaganda, and the role played by religion and connections with divinities in the ways in which Sulla interacted with different groups.

Academic qualifications

BA (Hons), Literae Humaniores (Oxford University)
MA Ancient History (Newcastle University)

Teaching experience

CLA1001 and CLA1002 – beginners’ Latin