Arlene Holmes-Henderson is the postdoctoral researcher for the Classics in Communities project in the Faculty of Classics at the University of Oxford. Arlene has a wealth of professional experience from the classroom, having taught Classics in both Scotland and England for more than a decade. She has conducted comparative educational research in the USA, Australia and New Zealand and now provides expert advice to a number of international governments and qualification organisations in the field of language education policy. In addition to researching Classics education, she provides teacher training in schools around the world Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Steven Hunt is the Subject Lecturer of the PGCE in Classics at the University of Cambridge, UK. He taught Classics for over twenty years in state comprehensive schools and is author of Starting to Teach Latin (Bloomsbury, 2016). Steve contributes to CPD events at national and international levels, is Editor of the Journal of Classics Teaching, President of the Association of Latin Teaching, and lectures on Classics Education on the teacher training courses at Liverpool Hope University and Harris Academies Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Mai Musie is a co-founder of the Classics in Communities project and Alumni Relations Manager at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, UK. She is currently completing her PhD thesis on the Representation of Persians in the Ancient Novel. Mai has over fifteen years of experience in access and outreach work with HE institutions and statutory bodies, including running the Outreach Programme for the Faculty of Classics at Oxford, and has organised and coordinated mentoring and literacy programmes, summer schools and employability projects. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.