Digital Communications Officer
James Crooks is a graduate of the University of St Andrews, completing his PhD in the School of Classics in 2019 with his thesis entitled ‘When is Rome? Developments in Civic Identity during the Archaic Period (c.650 – 350 BC). In his role with the project, James is our Digital Communications Officer, with a focus on developing and enacting our Social Media and Public Outreach Strategy.
Under Contract. ‘Early Roman Law: Leges Regiae to the Middle Republic’. Brill.
2019. Review: Neel (J.) Early Rome: Myth and Society. A Sourcebook. Classical Review.
2019. “Voluntarii at the Gates: Irregular Recruitment and the Siege of Veii” in J. S. Armstrong and M. Trundle (eds.) “Brill’s Companion to Sieges in the Ancient Mediterranean”.