The CSPS provides an overarching community for specialists in the study of the history, archaeology and reception of Sparta and the Peloponnese. Our members are involved in teaching and research at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels.
We welcome applications from students keen to carry out doctoral research on topics around the history, archaeology and reception of Sparta, Laconia and the Peloponnese in any period.
Our prospectus has full information on the structure of our PhD programmes.
View the Department of Classics and Archaeology's PhD prospectus
CSPS has an excellent track record of successfully supervising PhD candidates to completion.
View CSPS graduate profiles
Our PhD researchers are part of a lively and engaged research community. They are encouraged to participate in the CSPS programme of seminars and workshops, get involved in running the CSPS PG and Early Career international conferences and make their own contribution to the collective knowledge of our researchers.
They are also a key part of an exciting and diverse Department, which strongly encourages interdisciplinary research.
Department of Classics and Archaeology research students offer
Be part of a thriving community of doctoral students producing world-class research.
You are advised to contact CSPS Director Dr Chrysanthi Gallou before making an application. She will be able to help you with your proposal and advise on possible sources of funding.
View Dr Chrysanthi Gallou's profile
CSPS themes are embedded in our undergraduate degrees, both as specialist modules and as part of an interdisciplinary approach.
There are a range of MA courses that provide opportunities to study CSPS themes.
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