Christian Bagger

Coming from Denmark, Christian holds a BA in History, an MA in Ancient History, and is presently a PhD Candidate in Classics & Archaeology. Christian’s research focuses on elite senatorial women in the Late Roman Republic (c133–27 BCE) and their perceived and real influence on the socio-political environment in the times of civil wars, political unrest, internecine strife, socio-economic changes, and transitions. Christian is a former fellow of the Danish Institute in Rome and is currently a junior editor and contributor to the Danish online encyclopedia on the topics of Ancient Civil War, The Late Roman Republic, and Women and Power in Ancient Rome. In 2024 Christian is also a commencing Graduate Research Teaching Fellow at SHAPS, where he will teach Classical Mythology (ANCW20015), and Myth Art and Empire: Greece and Rome (ANCW10002).