Thursday, February 16, 2006

Dr Philip de Souza

UCD - School of Classics: "BA, MA, PhD (Lond.), FRHistS

College Lecturer
Tel. 353 1 716 8170
Room K206, John Henry Newman Building

Research Interests
Greek and Roman social and economic history, esp. warfare and piracy.

Recent Publications

* The Greek and Persian Wars 499-387 BC (Osprey, January 2003).
* The Peloponnesian War 431-404 BC (Osprey, November 2002).
* Seafaring and Civilisation: Maritime Perspectives on World History (London: Profile 2001; paperback edition June 2002). German edition: Seefahrt und Zivilisation (Hamburg: marebuchverlag 2003).
* Piracy in the Graeco-Roman World (Cambridge University Press 1999: paperback edition April 2002).
* Beyond the Horizon: locating the enemy in ancient naval warfare. In: J. Andreau & C. Virlouvet (eds.), Mer et circulation de l?information dans le monde antique (?cole Fran?aise de Rome, 2002).
* Western Mediterranean Ports in the Roman Empire: First Century BC to Sixth Century A.D. The Journal of Mediterranean Studies 10 (2001) 229-254.
* Articles on: ?Mycenaean and Homeric Warfare 1600-600 BC?, ?The Persian Wars 490-448 BC?, ?The Peloponnesian Wars 480-404 BC? and ?Hellenistic and Macedonian Warfare 400-200?, ?Ancient and Classical Warfare?. In: The Reader?s Guide to Military History, ed. C. Messenger (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001).
* Ancient Rome and the Pirates. History Today (July 2001) 24-31."