Classical & Archaeological Studies

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Dr Rosie Wyles

Lecturer in Classical History and Literature

 

Office: CW156

Rosie Wyles studied Classics at Oxford, graduating from St Anne’s College in 2004. She has been involved with the Archive for the Performance Reception of Greek and Roman drama, Oxford (www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk) since 2004, when she was awarded the AHRC PhD studentship attached to the APGRD’s project on the reception of the tragic canon within antiquity. Her thesis, supervised by Professor Edith Hall, was on costume’s role in the ancient performance reception of Euripides’ Telephus, Heracles and Andromeda. She was awarded her doctorate from the University of London in 2007. After the completion of her doctorate, she has held posts at the University of Oxford, the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, the University of Nottingham and King's College London. Her research interests include: Greek and Roman performance arts, costume, reception within antiquity and beyond it, and gender.

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Book
Wyles, R. (2011). Costume in Greek Tragedy. Bristol Classical Press.
Edited book
Wyles, R. and Hall, E. eds. (2016). Women Classical Scholars: Unsealing the Fountain from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century. [Online]. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Available at: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/women-classical-scholars-9780198725206?cc=gb&lang=en&.
Taplin, O. and Wyles, R. eds. (2010). The Pronomos Vase and its Context. Oxford University Press.
Hall, E. and Wyles, R. eds. (2008). New Directions in Ancient Pantomime. Oxford University Press.
Book section
Wyles, R. (2016). Staging in Bacchae. in: Stuttard, D. ed. Looking at Bacchae. Bloomsbury, pp. 59-70. Available at: http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/looking-at-bacchae-9781474221481/.
Wyles, R. (2016). Ancient Drama in the French Renaissance and up to Louis XIV. in: van Zyl Smit, B. ed. A Handbook to the Reception of Greek Drama. Wiley, pp. 154-172.
Wyles, R. (2016). Afterword: Keeping the Fountain in Flow. in: Wyles, R. and Hall, E. eds. Women Classical Scholars: Unsealing the Fountain from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century. Oxford University Press, pp. 399-404. Available at: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/women-classical-scholars-9780198725206?cc=gb&lang=en&.
Wyles, R. (2016). Aristophanes and the French Translations of Anne Dacier. in: Walsh, P. ed. Brill's Companion to the Reception of Aristophanes. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, pp. 195-216. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004324657.
Wyles, R. (2016). Aristophanes and the French Translations of Anne Dacier. in: Walsh, P. ed. Brill's Companion to the Reception of Aristophanes. Brill.
Wyles, R. (2016). Ménage's learned ladies: Anne Dacier (1647-1720) and Anna Maria van Schurmann (1607-1678). in: Wyles, R. and Hall, E. eds. Women Classical Scholars: Unsealing the Fountain from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century. Oxford University Press, pp. 61-77. Available at: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/women-classical-scholars-9780198725206?cc=gb&lang=en&#.
Wyles, R. (2015). Heracles. in: Lauriola, R. and Demetriou, K. eds. Brill's Companion to the Reception of Euripides. Brill, pp. 561-583. Available at: http://www.brill.com/products/reference-work/brills-companion-reception-euripides#TOC_1.
Wyles, R. (2015). The Children of Heracles (Heraclidae). in: Lauriola, R. and Demetriou, K. eds. Brill's Companion to the Reception of Euripides. Brill, pp. 584-606. Available at: http://www.brill.com/products/reference-work/brills-companion-reception-euripides#TOC_1.
Wyles, R. (2014). Staging Medea. in: Stuttard, D. ed. Looking at Medea: Essays and a Translation of Euripides' Tragedy. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 47-63. Available at: http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/looking-at-medea-9781472530165/#sthash.E43XPWEl.dpuf.
Wyles, R. (2013). Heracles's Costume from Euripides's Heracles to Pantomime Performance. in: Harrison, W. M. and Liapis, V. eds. Performance in Greek and Roman Theatre. Brill, pp. 181-198.
Wyles, R. (2010). Towards Theorising the Place of Costume in Performance Reception. in: Hall, E. and Harrop, S. eds. Theorising Performance: Greek Drama, Cultural History and Critical Practice. Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd, pp. 171-180.
Wyles, R. (2010). The Tragic Costumes. in: Taplin, O. and Wyles, R. eds. The Pronomos Vase in its Context. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 231-254.
Wyles, R. (2008). The Symbolism of Costume in Ancient Pantomime. in: Hall, E. and Wyles, R. eds. New Directions in Ancient Pantomime. Oxford University Press, pp. 61-86.
Wyles, R. (2007). Publication as Intervention: Aristophanes in 1659. in: Hall, E. and Wrigley, A. eds. Aristophanes in Performance 421 BC-AD 2007: Peace, Birds, and Frogs. Legenda: Oxford, pp. 94-105.
Total publications in KAR: 18 [See all in KAR]
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Teaching

Rosie Wyles teaches modules on classical mythology and on Greek drama.

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Classical & Archaeological Studies, School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

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Last Updated: 21/10/2015