Dr Georgina White, BA, MA, PhD

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University of Gibraltar:

Research Associate
History & Culture

Research Background

Dr Georgina White is currently an Assistant Professor of Classics at the University of Kansas and has recently been appointed Research Associate at the University of Gibraltar. Her background in teaching and education involves Classics, Mediterranean Studies and Philosophy and with a PhD in Classics from Princeton University where she wrote her dissertation on Cicero’s translations of Greek in his philosophical works. Dr White is the recipient of numerous Awards such as the Gibbs Prize for Classics at Brasenose College, Oxford University.

Research Interests

Dr White’s interests lie in Philosophy of the ancient Mediterranean world and its later reception; the intellectual and cultural history of the Roman Republic and Empire; ancient political thought; translation theory and practice. Her research specialises on the development of Greek philosophy in the Roman world, and its existence in Latin literature.

Dr White is a member of multiple professional organisations such as, American Philosophical Association, Classical Association of the Middle West and South and Society of Classical Studies.

Teaching interests: Latin Language & Literature, Ancient Roman Culture and Ancient Philosophy.

Selected Publications

White, G. (2017). “Review: Cesare Cuttica, Gaby Mahlberg (eds) Patriarchal Moments: Reading Patriarchal Texts. Bloomsbury.”


White, G. (2017). “Review: Stefano Maso: Grasp and Dissent: Cicero and Epicurean Philosophy”, Classical Review. 67.2, Oct 2017.

White, G. (2017). “The Ethics of Philanthropy: Ancient Answers to Modern Questions”, The European Legacy Journal,

Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

Full Publications List