Annelies Cazemier is an ancient historian who teaches and researches the Greek world and Hellenistic history. She is co-director of the Antigonid Network.
Her main current project is a book on Greek sanctuaries and the rise of Rome. It explores the place of religious sites as points of interaction between Greeks, Romans, and Hellenistic rulers, from the third to first centuries BCE.
Annelies Cazemier previously worked on ancient associations, and she has ongoing interests in the histories of islands and coastal regions in the Aegean and the study of travel and cultural interaction.
Since January 2019, Annelies Cazemier has contributed to the international outlook of the History department by acting as Internationalisation and Study Abroad Coordinator.
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- Ancient Greek world, Hellenistic history, the rise of Rome
- Greek religion, especially religious sites and their networks
- Antigonid Macedon and its place in the Hellenistic world
- Local histories of islands and coastal regions in the Aegean
- Cultural interaction, travel and mobility in the ancient world
Annelies Cazemier's main current project is a book on Greek sanctuaries and the rise of Rome. It connects themes of Greek religion, Hellenistic kingship, and Roman imperialism, and demonstrates how sanctuary sites in mainland Greece and the Aegean were focal points of interaction during Rome’s rise to power in the region. This development needs to be understood in light of the function and significance of the sanctuaries (e.g., at Delphi and Delos) in the longue durée, including their relations with Hellenistic rulers such as the Antigonids.
Together with Emma Nicholson (University of Exeter), Annelies Cazemier co-directs the Antigonid Network, an international network of more than 40 scholars with expertise on the Antigonids, who became the ruling dynasty of Macedon after the death of Alexander the Great. The Antigonid Network runs a series of online research seminars. Further information can be found on the website: https://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/theantigonidnetwork.
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Ancient History at Southampton is growing and dynamic, both within the History department and as a multidisciplinary subject in the School of Humanities, in close collaboration with Archaeology. Since joining Southampton in 2016, Annelies Cazemier has set up a range of new modules.
Courses taught by Annelies Cazemier have included a Year 1 module on Alexander the Great and his Legacy, Year 2 modules on Ancient Greeks at War and Cleopatra's Egypt, Year 3 courses on Islands and Empires in the Ancient Aegean and on Cultures in Contact: A Diverse Ancient World, and an MA module on Themes in the Ancient World. She also regularly contributes to the Year 1 modules World Histories and World Ideologies, Introduction to the Ancient World, and Ancient History: Sources and Controversies, as well as to the Year 2 Group Project and the Year 3 module Reading Histories. Recent group projects have been on 'Immigrants and their Gods in Classical Athens' and 'The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: History and Imagination'.
If you are a student with an interest in the ancient Greek or Hellenistic world, feel free to get in touch.
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Following a degree in Ancient Cultures at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Annelies Cazemier completed an MSt and a DPhil in Ancient History at the University of Oxford, undertaking part of her research in Greece and Italy as member of the British Schools at Athens and Rome. She then worked as a Post-Doctoral Fellow for the Copenhagen Associations Project in Denmark (2011-2014). Returning to the UK, Annelies Cazemier taught as Lecturer at Somerville College and Worcester College in Oxford (2015), before joining the History Department of the University of Southampton in January 2016.
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