Elizabeth Minchin is Emeritus Professor of Classics at the Centre for Classical Studies and curator of the ANU Classics Museum.

Professor Minchin’s expertise has been in the teaching of the ancient languages, Ancient Greek and Latin, and, in research, on the epics of Homer, the Iliad and the Odyssey, and memory: how an oral poet (such as ‘Homer’) used the resources of his memory to perform before his audiences; and on the links between collective memory and features of the landscape, especially in the region around Troy (and Gallipoli).

She is also currently the curator of the ANU Classics Museum.

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