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Dr Guy Bradley 

 Education & Qualifications

1990 BA Hons in Ancient and Medieval History, University College London

1991 MA in Ancient History, University College London

1997 PhD, University College London (Umbria from the Iron Age to the Augustan Era)

Career Overview

1995-1996 Teaching Assistant, then Temporary Lecturer, University of Reading 

1996–1998 Tutorial Fellow in Ancient History, Cardiff University

1998-2008 Lecturer in Ancient History, Cardiff University

2004-2007 Head of Ancient History Section

2008- Senior Lecturer in Ancient History, Cardiff University

Awards & Prizes

1992-1995 British Academy major state studentship for PhD

2002–2003 AHRB Research Leave grant

2003 Hugh Last Fellow at the British School at Rome

2009-2010 Visiting Fellowship at the Institute of Classical Studies

Membership & External Activity

Member of the Council of the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 2002–2005

Member of Institute of Classical Studies Library Committee

External Examiner at Exeter University (2005–2007)

External Examiner at Oxford University (2007–2010)

Presentations and conference organisation (selected)

Joint organiser with Dr John-Paul Wilson of the conference Parallels and Contrasts in Greek and Roman Colonisation: Origins, Ideologies, and Interactions, Institute of Classical Studies, 1998.

Invited lecture on the history of Umbria at the conference L'Etrurie et l'Ombrie avant Rome. Cité et territoire, 2004, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

Director of Studies of The Tribes of Ancient Italy - the first millennium, weekend school for the Dept. of Continuing Education, Oxford University, 2004.

A keynote speaker at the Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology 9, 2005, Chieti, Italy

Invited lecture for a research project entitled Peasants, Citizens and Soldiers. Key issues in the study of the Roman Republic, Leiden, Netherlands, 2006

Organiser and respondent of the panel 'Shifting Identities in Ancient Italy and Sicily', at the European Social Science History Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2006

Invited lecture on 'The Iuvanum Survey Project: fortifications' at the conference Iuvanum tra Sangro e Aventino. Ricerca, tutela, valorizzazione, Montenerodomo, Italy, 2008

Coordinator of the organising committee for the Classical Association Conference, Cardiff 7–10 April 2010