Associate Professor Richard Miles

BA Lpool PhD Camb FSA
Associate Professor
Research Director, Ancient North Africa Research Network and Pannonia Project

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PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2012

  • NorthAfricaStudyDonation Miles; Miles R; North Africa Study Donation/Research Donation.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Miles, R. (2011). Carthage Must Be Destroyed: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Mediterranean Civilization. London, UK: Penguin Books.
  • Miles, R. (2010). Ancient Worlds: The Search for the Origins of Western Civilization. London, UK: Allen Lane.
  • Miles, R. (2010). Carthage Must Be Destroyed: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Mediterranean Civilization. London: Allen Lane.
  • Miles, R., Merrills, A. (2010). The Vandals. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Edited Books

  • Miles, R. (2016). The Bir Messaouda Basilicas: the Transformation of an Urban Landscape in Late Antique Carthage. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Miles, R. (2016). The Donatist Controversy in Context. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Miles, R. (2016). Byzantine Carthage and the Politics of Pilgrimmage. In J. Merdinger (Eds.), Christian Carthage. Leiden: Brill.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Carthage. In N. Christie, R. Jenson, J. Magness and L Rutgers (Eds.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Late Antique Art and Archaeology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Introduction. In Richard Miles (Eds.), The Donatist Controversy in Context. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Rebuilding Christian Carthage after the Byzantine Conquest. In R. Bockmann, A. Leone and P. Von Rummell (Eds.), Byzantine and Early Islamic Africa. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Textual Communities and the Donatist Controversy. In Richard Miles (Eds.), The Donatist Controversy in Context. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
  • Miles, R. (2015). Byzantine Carthage and its Vandal Legacy. In E. Wolff (Eds.), Littérature, politique et religion en vandale, (pp. 73-92). Paris: Brepols Publishers.
  • Miles, R. (2012). Introduction. Carthage: A History, (pp. xvii-xxiv). London: The Folio Society.
  • Miles, R. (2011). Hannibal and Propaganda. In Dexter Hoyos (Eds.), A Companion to the Punic Wars, (pp. 260-279). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Miles, R. (2008). Let's (not) talk about it: Augustine and the control of epistolary dialogue. In Simon Goldhill (Eds.), The End of Dialogue in Antiquity, (pp. 135-148). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Journals

  • Miles, R. (2011). Carthage: A Mediterranean Superpower. Historically Speaking, 12(4), 35-37.
  • Miles, R. (2011). Making Classic Television. History Today, 61(1), 5-6.
  • Miles, R. (2006). British Excavations at Bir Messaouda, Carthage 2000-2004: the Byzantine Basilica. Bulletin Antieke Beschaving: annual papers on Mediterranean archaeology, 81, 199-226. [More Information]
  • Miles, R. (2005). The Anthologia Latina and the creation of a secular space in Vandal Carthage. Antiquite Tardive: revue internationale d'histoire et d'archeologie, 13, 305-320. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Miles, R. (2015). Tough Love: Correcting Sinners in the Early Christian Church (forthcoming). The Engelsberg Seminar 2014 Religion, Stockholm: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.
  • Miles, R. (2014). Declinism. The Engelsberg Seminar 2013: Civilisation, Avesta, Sweden: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.
  • Miles, R. (2012). Ideology and Politics in the Ancient World. The Engelsberg Seminar 2011: Politics and Ideology, Avesta: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.

Film / Video

  • Miles, R. (2013). Archaeology: A Secret History (3 Part Series). United Kingdom: BBC.
  • Miles, R. (2010). Ancient Worlds (6 Part Series). United Kingdom: BBC.
  • Miles, R. (2005). Carthage: The Roman Holocaust (2 Part Series). United Kingdom: BBC.

Reference Works

  • Miles, R. (2013). Punic Carthage. Oxford Bibliographies in Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

2016

  • Miles, R. (2016). Byzantine Carthage and the Politics of Pilgrimmage. In J. Merdinger (Eds.), Christian Carthage. Leiden: Brill.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Carthage. In N. Christie, R. Jenson, J. Magness and L Rutgers (Eds.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Late Antique Art and Archaeology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Introduction. In Richard Miles (Eds.), The Donatist Controversy in Context. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Rebuilding Christian Carthage after the Byzantine Conquest. In R. Bockmann, A. Leone and P. Von Rummell (Eds.), Byzantine and Early Islamic Africa. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.
  • Miles, R. (2016). Textual Communities and the Donatist Controversy. In Richard Miles (Eds.), The Donatist Controversy in Context. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
  • Miles, R. (2016). The Bir Messaouda Basilicas: the Transformation of an Urban Landscape in Late Antique Carthage. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  • Miles, R. (2016). The Donatist Controversy in Context. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

2015

  • Miles, R. (2015). Byzantine Carthage and its Vandal Legacy. In E. Wolff (Eds.), Littérature, politique et religion en vandale, (pp. 73-92). Paris: Brepols Publishers.
  • Miles, R. (2015). Tough Love: Correcting Sinners in the Early Christian Church (forthcoming). The Engelsberg Seminar 2014 Religion, Stockholm: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.

2014

  • Miles, R. (2014). Declinism. The Engelsberg Seminar 2013: Civilisation, Avesta, Sweden: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.

2013

  • Miles, R. (2013). Archaeology: A Secret History (3 Part Series). United Kingdom: BBC.
  • Miles, R. (2013). Punic Carthage. Oxford Bibliographies in Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

2012

  • Miles, R. (2012). Ideology and Politics in the Ancient World. The Engelsberg Seminar 2011: Politics and Ideology, Avesta: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.
  • Miles, R. (2012). Introduction. Carthage: A History, (pp. xvii-xxiv). London: The Folio Society.

2011

  • Miles, R. (2011). Carthage Must Be Destroyed: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Mediterranean Civilization. London, UK: Penguin Books.
  • Miles, R. (2011). Carthage: A Mediterranean Superpower. Historically Speaking, 12(4), 35-37.
  • Miles, R. (2011). Hannibal and Propaganda. In Dexter Hoyos (Eds.), A Companion to the Punic Wars, (pp. 260-279). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Miles, R. (2011). Making Classic Television. History Today, 61(1), 5-6.

2010

  • Miles, R. (2010). Ancient Worlds (6 Part Series). United Kingdom: BBC.
  • Miles, R. (2010). Ancient Worlds: The Search for the Origins of Western Civilization. London, UK: Allen Lane.
  • Miles, R. (2010). Carthage Must Be Destroyed: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Mediterranean Civilization. London: Allen Lane.
  • Miles, R., Merrills, A. (2010). The Vandals. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

2008

  • Miles, R. (2008). Let's (not) talk about it: Augustine and the control of epistolary dialogue. In Simon Goldhill (Eds.), The End of Dialogue in Antiquity, (pp. 135-148). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

2006

  • Miles, R. (2006). British Excavations at Bir Messaouda, Carthage 2000-2004: the Byzantine Basilica. Bulletin Antieke Beschaving: annual papers on Mediterranean archaeology, 81, 199-226. [More Information]

2005

  • Miles, R. (2005). Carthage: The Roman Holocaust (2 Part Series). United Kingdom: BBC.
  • Miles, R. (2005). The Anthologia Latina and the creation of a secular space in Vandal Carthage. Antiquite Tardive: revue internationale d'histoire et d'archeologie, 13, 305-320. [More Information]

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