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Ewan is a Macquarie University Ancient History and Archaeology PhD candidate and tutor researching the Roman army and inscriptions in the province of Dalmatia. He is interested in Roman frontier studies, the military, community, identity, religion, and connectivity within the Adriatic and wider Mediterranean world. Ewan is also passionate about anything Graeco-Roman, and wants to increase public engagement with the Classics, Classical archaeology, and academia more broadly. He is also interested in the application of digital tools in archaeology, namely database design and data management for epigraphic and archaeological data. He endeavours to contribute towards the development of better digital practices within archaeology, epigraphy and history, and to assist fellow HDRs within the humanities in developing their digital literacy.
Ewan is also an assistant at the Centre for Applied History where he is working on several websites related to public history projects as well as researching about the field of public history in Australian tertiary institutions.
Ancient History, Master of Research, Macquarie University
1 Jan 2019 → 22 Dec 2020
Award Date: 18 Feb 2021
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- 1 Master (Research) Thesis
Fratres Romani in Dalmatia: the social dynamics of Legio VII and the construction of community and identity through Roman funerary monumentsCoopey, E., Dec 2020, (Unpublished) 127 p.
Research output: Thesis › Master (Research) Thesis
Coopey, Ewan (Recipient), 26 Aug 2020