Kieren J.
LondonUnited Kingdom
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I am a native English speaker, with a PhD in Classics and Ancient History. My thesis examined the epigraphic representation of the Severan dynasty (AD 193-235). I have broad academic interests in the humanities, and especially history; previously I completed both a BA in History and Ancient History with study abroad (First Class) and and MA in Classics and Ancient History (Distinction). Academically, I have a range of interests, but specialise particularly in imperial roman history, and the city of Rome itself. More broadly, I am interested in history generally, as well as art, literature, travel, food and sport. I have extensive experience of academic writing and proofreading covering a range of subjects developed over the course of my University career. I have been fortunate enough to have twice studied abroad, at the University College Utrecht in the Netherlands, where I studied a Liberal Arts and Science curriculum including political theory, literature, and art history, and at the British School at Rome, where I undertook an extended investigation of the imperial thermae as part of my Masters degree. My MA dissertation, concerning memory and cultural practices in Rome, was awarded the departmental prize. I have a basic level of proficiency in Spanish, Italian, French, and German, meaning that I am able to access a range of materials and evidence for any role. I have independently produced academic papers to present at conferences, including at Columbia University New York, the University of Edinburgh and Radboud University in the Netherlands. I'm have previously been employed as a Marketing executive for a financial services company in the UK. I have written editorial and marketing copy which was published both online and in print across a diverse range of platforms, including the Telegraph newspaper, The Reader's Digest, and House and Garden magazine.

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  • Proofreading