Dr Jane Bellemore
|Work Phone||(02) 4921 5231|
|Fax||(02) 4921 6940|
School of Humanities and Social Science
The University of Newcastle, Australia
|Office||MCLG 24, McMullin Building|
Dr Bellemore's main research interest lies in the historiography of the Late Roman Republic and the Julio-Claudian period. She has published a book on the Early Imperial writer Nicolaus of Damascus, and articles on Cicero, Valerius Maximus, Josephus, Plutarch, Appian and Dio Cassius. She has also published research on The Plague of Athens, as presented by Thucydides.
Dr Bellemore also has a special research interest in teaching Latin to beginners and teaches in two main historical areas, Greek and Roman. She has taught courses covering the periods: Late Bronze Age Aegean, Archaic Greece, Fifth century Athens, Middle Roman Republic, Late Roman Republic, and Early Roman Empire (until the end of the Julio-Claudian regime). Dr Bellemore has also taught lierature in translation and Mythology.
In addition, Dr Bellemore has taught Latin at all levels and also Greek.
- PhD, University of London
- Master of Arts, University of Western Australia
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Western Australia
- Historical Studies
- Language Studies
- Roman History and Literature
Historiography of the Late Roman Republic and Early Empire, Cicero's works, Reign of Tiberius.
Fields of Research
Body relevant to professional practice.
- ordinary member - Australasian Sociaety for Classical Studies
- Committee member for HSC Latin - NSW Board of Studies
- ordinary member - Society for the promotion of Roman studies
Committee member (High School Certificate, Latin)
Board of Studies, NSW (Australia)
|01/10/2005 - 01/06/2006|