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Dr Joanna Paul
Joanna is a Lecturer in Classical Studies, and she joined the Open University in September 2011. After an undergraduate degree in Greek and Roman Studies at the University of Birmingham, Joanna studied for her MA and PhD at the University of Bristol, where she developed her research interests in classical reception studies. She joined the OU from the University of Liverpool, where she was a Lecturer in Classical Studies (2006-2009), and then the J.P. Postgate Early Career Fellow in Classics (2009-2011).
Joanna Paul (2019) Drones Over Pompeii: Cinematic Perspectives on Antiquity in the Digital Era, In Classical Receptions Journal 3(11)
Joanna Paul (2019-06) Archaeology, historical fiction and Classical Reception Studies, Routledge (In Press)
Joanna Paul (2017) The Half-Blood Hero: Percy Jackson and Mythmaking in the Twenty-First Century, Wiley-Blackwell
Joanna Paul (2015-09) ‘‘Time is only a mode of thought, you know’: Ancient History, Empire, and Imagination in E. Nesbit’s Stories for Children’ 6, Brill
Joanna Paul (2013-11-28) Madonna and whore: the many faces of Penelope in Camerini’s Ulysses, Oxford University Press
Joanna Paul (2013-10-31) The Democratic Turn in (and through) pedagogy: a case study of the Cambridge Latin Course, Oxford University Press
Joanna Paul (2013-02-28) Film and the Classical Epic Tradition, Oxford University Press
Joanna Paul (2013-01) Subverting sex and love in Alejandro Amenabar's 'Agora', Palgrave Macmillan
Joanna Paul (2011-11-17) Pompeii, the Holocaust, and World War Two, Oxford University Press
Shelley Hales and Joanna Paul (editors) (2011-11) Pompeii in the Public Imagination from its Rediscovery to Today, Oxford University Press