Michael Scott (author)

Michael Scott in [[Athens]], August 2014 Michael Scott (born 3 April 1981) is a Professor of classics and ancient history at the University of Warwick.

Scott is a professor in Classics and Ancient History at the University of Warwick and member of Warwick's [https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/ghcc/ Global History and Culture Centre].

His research and teaching focuses on aspects of ancient Greek and Roman society, as well as ancient Global History. In 2017-8 Michael held a Leverhulme Research Fellowship to work on an ancient global history research project looking at the movement of luxury goods between the Mediterranean and China in antiquity. He is a National Teaching Fellow (the UK's most prestigious award for teaching in Higher Education); Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy; winner of the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence and Foundation Fellow of the Warwick Higher Education Academy. In 2015, Michael was also made an honorary Citizenship of Delphi, Greece – Επίτιμος Δημότης Δελφών – in recognition of his work related to the sanctuary of Delphi.

Scott is also well known for his public engagement and outreach work as a speaker and broadcaster. He is President of the Lytham Saint Annes Classical Association, the largest branch in the UK. He has written for national and international newspapers and magazines, lectured to schools and groups in the UK and Europe, and has taught in the UK, Europe, US and Brazil. Provided by Wikipedia
by Scott, Michael, 1981-
Published 2014
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