Dr Samuel Gartland
- Position: Lecturer in Ancient History
- Areas of expertise: Classics
- Email: S.D.Gartland@leeds.ac.uk
- Location: 1.24 Michael Sadler Building
I received my PhD from Leeds in 2013, and then taught Classics at Oxford until I returned to Leeds in the summer of 2019.
- Programme Manager MRes in Classics
I currently oversee four research projects, all of which are involved with finding new approaches to the study of ancient history, with particular interests in experiences of marginalisation and subordination, as well as a focus on the role that space and senses had in affecting behaviour in ancient Greece. Much of my work has been based in Central Greece, with Boiotia and Thebes providing much of the interest.
Subordinates and Subordination in Ancient Greece (with Prof David Tandy)
The Peloponnesian War (with Prof Robin Osborne)
Aristophanes and the Current Political Moment (with Prof Constanze Guthenke)
Epichoric Perspectives in Greek History (with Dr Roger Brock)
I am a module leader on four undergraduate modules. These include: research placement, evidence and enquiry, introduction to classical archaeology and image of sparta.