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dr. C.G. Williamson

senior lecturer
dr. C.G. Williamson
Telephone:
Secretary History:
E-mail:
c.g.williamson rug.nl

PhD supervision

  • Sjoukje Kamphorst, Carving Communities in Stone. Inscriptions as a medium of Hellenistic Interactions, NWO GSH grant/RUG - with prof.dr. O.M. van Nijf
    URL: https://www.carvingcommunities.com/
  • Tom Britton, Agonistic Festival Networks and Imperial Rule during the Hellenistic Period, NWO Open Competition ‘Connecting the Greeks. Multi-scalar festival networks in the Hellenistic world’/RUG - with prof.dr. O.M. van Nijf
    URL: http://connectingthegreeks.com/
  • Adam Wiznura, Contests Connecting Communities: the Regional Festival Networks of Hellenistic Thessaly, NWO Open Competition ‘Connecting the Greeks. Multi-scalar festival networks in the Hellenistic world’/RUG - with prof.dr. O.M. van Nijf
    URL: http://connectingthegreeks.com/
  • Robin van Vliet, Anchoring Roman Rule: Rome-oriented Cults and Festivals in the Greek World, OIKOS Anchoring Innovation/RUG - with prof.dr. O.M. van Nijf
    URL: http://connectingthegreeks.com/

Teaching portfolio

MA courses:

  • Honours College Masterclass and lab ‘Leadership in Historical Perspective’ - a highly selective and interdisciplinary honours program in which students creatively examine styles of leadership in past cultural contexts through a series of lecture by top professors and team projects- course coordinator
  • ‘The Hellenistic World: Globalization and religious perspectives’ – interdisciplinary course, University of Utrecht (2017)
  • ‘Athletes & Oracles: Festival, Sport and Encounter in Ancient Greece’ – research seminar with excursion to Greece, independently (2019) and with O.M. van Nijf - new 2016
  •  ‘Landscape and Memory in the Ancient World’ – interdisciplinary course, with B. Reitz-Joosse - new 2017
    - See the resulting student project website: https://landscapeandmemoryintheancientworld.wordpress.com/
  • Guest lecturer in courses including: Digital Humanities; Approaches to History; Athens & Rome; The Rise of Cities and States

BA courses:

Third-year courses

  • ‘History and Material Culture’ – introductory and interdisciplinary course for students of the minor ‘Classics and Ancient Civilizations’, with L. de Jong – new 2018-19
  • ‘Mediterranean World III: Blue Networks’ – network theory applied in an interdisciplinary and cross-chronological course – course coordinator
    - resulting student project website: http://connectedmediterranean.weebly.com
  • 'The Beautiful City. Conceptualizing the city in the ancient world' - interdisciplinary seminar with J.W. Drijvers
    - See the resulting student project website: http://beautifulcity2015.weebly.com/
  • ‘Death in Antiquity’ – interdisciplinary seminar with L. de Jong
    - resulting student project blogsite: https://deathinantiquity.wordpress.com/

Second-year courses

  • ‘From Alexander to Cleopatra’ – focus on cultural interaction in the Hellenistic world – new 2019-20
  • ‘Social Networking in the Ancient World’ – focus on network analysis and digital skills – new 2018-19
  • ‘The Greeks and their Gods’ – Greek religion as cultural history

First-year courses

  • ‘Ancient History’ – in Dutch and in English
  • 'History: Skills' – in Dutch and in English
  • 'History: Sources' – in Dutch
  • Minor 2015-2016: ‘The Mediterranean World I - Antiquity’ – an interdisciplinary and cross-chronological course focusing on the history of the Mediterranean region (in Dutch)
  • Classics: Greece Excursion 2015 (RUG with UvA and VU University Amsterdam)

 Guest lecturer in courses including: Premodern Sources; Mediterranean Archaeology (Hellenistic urban planning and architecture)

Last modified:23 February 2020 11.50 a.m.

Contact information

Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26
9712 EK Groningen
The Netherlands

Senior Lecturer Ancient History

Job title:
Senior Lecturer
Room:
1312.531
Working hours:
available for meetings by appointment
Telephone:
Secretary History: