Supernumerary Fellow and Assistant Senior Tutor, Stipendiary Lecturer in Classics, Stipendiary Lecturer in Linguistics
In Classics I teach Latin and Greek language to students reading Classics, alongside the faculty’s provision of classes. I also teach students reading Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, or Ancient and Modern History who have opted for papers in Latin or Greek Language.
In Linguistics, I am the organising tutor for Linguistics in Univ, whether as part of the course in Modern Languages and Linguistics, or Psychology, Philsophy and Linguistics. I teach two of the three strands of the first-year course, namely General lInguistics and Grammatical analysis, and then the core paper and some options in the finals course, including historical linguistics.
Richard Ashdowne & Carolinne White (eds) (2017) Latin in Medieval Britain(OUP/British Academy).
Richard Ashdowne (2016) “Address systems”, in Martin Maiden & Adam Ledgway (eds), The Oxford Guide to the Romance Languages (OUP), 897-906.
Richard Ashdowne (2015) “Dictionaries of dead languages”, in Philip Durkin (ed), The Oxford Handbook of Lexicography (OUP), 350-66.
R E Latham, D R Howlett, & R K Ashdowne (eds) (1975-2013) Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources (OUP/British Academy).
Richard Ashdowne & James Morwood (2007) Writing Latin (Duckworth/Bristol Classical Press).