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I am a PhD student working on the practices of Displaying Empire in the ancient Near East. My research interests encompass much of the Near East and the use of material culture. 


I am currently a commitee member for the upcoming SHARE Seminar Series.



Academic Background



  • BA Ancient History - Cardiff University (2017-2020)

  • MPhil Ancient History - Cardiff University (2020-2021/22)



Organisations



  • British Institute of Persian Studies (2020-Present)

  • Postgraduate Member of the Royal Historical Society (2022-Present)

Ymchil

Diddordebau ymchwil


  • Assyriology

  • Achaemenid Empire

  • Late Pharaonic Egypt

  • Biblical Studies

  • Iconography and Material Culture

  • Shahnameh studies

  • Warfare and violence

  • Imperial Studies


Publications


Parry, C. 2020. A Bloody World: Perceptions of Blood in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh. Parry. C. (self-published).


Parry, C. 2022. An Iconographic Exegesis of the Oracles Against the Nations, Isaiah 14:24-24. URL: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/147413/


Outreach


Public Engagement Officer, Firing Line Museum of the Welsh Soldier (2019)


SHARE with Schools volunteer (2017-2020)


SHARE with Schools Postgraduate Co-Ordinator (2020-Present)


Research Assitant, Civic Mission Project on 1800 Merthyr Tydfil Riots, Dr Marion Loeffler (2021-2022)



Dysgu


  • SHARE with Schools Return Visits 2019

    • Mountain Ash and Cathays High visited the university for 1 day each where I ran a workshop on Achaemenid Tribute Processions that I had developed with them.



  • SHARE with Schools Outreach 2021

    • Digital outreach workshops with 2 schools (forming 4 workshops).



  • SHARE with Schools Outreach 2022

    • In-person outreach in 2 schools

    • Facilitating workshops alongside geophysical surveys on Trelai field



  • Seminar Tutor

    • HS3106 Introduction to Ancient History 2



Traethawd ymchwil

Displaying Empire: Imperial Approaches To Power And Identity From The Ancient Near East To The British Empire