Dr Moreed Arbabzadah

Bye Fellow
Research: 
Latin and Greek linguistics; epigraphy; textual criticism; bilingualism; medieval Latin verse

Dr Moreed Arbabzadah

Moreed Arbabzadah, Bye-Fellow

I did my BA, MPhil and PhD in Classics at Jesus College, Cambridge.  

My interests are primarily in Greek and Latin linguistics (especially bilingualism, the topic of my PhD) and epigraphy. I also have a long-standing interest in textual criticism.

More recently I have been collaborating with colleagues (Prof Elisabeth van Houts, Dr Marie-Agnès Lucas-Avenel and Prof Edoardo D’Angelo) on a medieval author of Latin verse (Serlo of Bayeux).  

I teach a large amount of language, linguistics and prose composition.  

My appointment at Fitzwilliam is generously supported by the Paul Cassidy Classics Fund.  

My hobbies include music (I play the violin in Jesus College Music Society – new members always welcome), poetry, football (defender, except when I can convince the captain otherwise) and cricket (competent fielder with little else to offer).