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Classics (MA)

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Dr. S.M. Adema

Suzanne Adema is an Assistant Professor of Latin at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. Her fields of interests are Latin narrative, cognitive linguistics, narratology and the pedagogy of Latin and Greek Languages and Cultures in secondary schools. In her research, Suzanne Adema takes a cognitive linguistic and narratological approach to Latin narrative texts, focusing on processes of narrative comprehension and experience. View her full profile here.

Dr. R.M. van den Berg

Bert van den Berg is a University Lecturer at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. His research focuses on the philosophy of late antiquity (Plato, neoplatonism, the philosophy of the commentators) and that of Proclus in particular. He is especially interested in such topics as Neoplatonic ethics, religious practice & theology, linguistic theories & literary criticism and their intersections. View his full profile here.

Dr. T.A. van Berkel

Tazuko van Berkel is an Assistant Professor at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. She is specialised in Ancient Greek literature, philosophy and history of ideas. She works on ancient Greek ideas on friendship, money, numbers, economics and human nature. View her full profile here

Prof.dr. F.A.J. de Haas

Frans de Haas is a Professor of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy / Director Dutch Research School of Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy. His teaching is mainly concerned with influential aspects of the philosophy of Antiquity and the Middle Ages. He is interested in the reception of Plato, Aristotle, Stoics and Sceptics in the philosophical commentary tradition of late Antiquity (200-600 CE) and beyond. View his full profile here.

Prof.dr. C.C. de Jonge

Casper de Jonge is a Professor of Greek Language and Literature at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society. His research concentrates on Greek Literature in the Roman World, Ancient Migrant Literature, Ancient Literary Criticism, Classical Rhetoric, the Sublime, and the Reception of Antiquity in Classical Music. View his full profile here

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