Fiona Hobden is an ancient historian whose interests extend from ancient Greece to the reception of antiquity in contemporary society. She arrived at the University of Liverpool from St Andrews, where she completed her PhD in 2003. Now a Senior Lecturer, Fiona enjoys the opportunities teaching and research bring to revisit the society, politics and culture of Archaic and Classical Greece from new perspectives and to explore how and why the Classical world continues to matter today.
Prizes or Honours
- Faculty Learning & Teaching Prize (University of Liverpool, 2015)