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Rossitza is a Digital Curator at the British Library where she has worked since 2005 in various roles.
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Rossitza is a Digital Curator at the British Library where she has worked since 2005 in various roles [https://www.bl.uk/people/experts/rossitza-atanassova].
  
 
She is a Classics graduate from The University of Birmingham and was awarded a D.Phil from the University of Oxford for her thesis Doctrine, polemic and literary tradition in some hexameter poems of Prudentius [https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:f74b5c1a-7b1d-42ae-afe7-bebd9aa7caf7].
 
She is a Classics graduate from The University of Birmingham and was awarded a D.Phil from the University of Oxford for her thesis Doctrine, polemic and literary tradition in some hexameter poems of Prudentius [https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:f74b5c1a-7b1d-42ae-afe7-bebd9aa7caf7].
  
 
Previously Rossitza worked on the electronic publication of the Acta Sanctorum by ProQuest and for 10 years was an associate lecturer with the Open University.
 
Previously Rossitza worked on the electronic publication of the Acta Sanctorum by ProQuest and for 10 years was an associate lecturer with the Open University.
 
British Library Profile: https://www.bl.uk/people/experts/rossitza-atanassova
 
  
 
Contact: rossitza[dot]atanassova[at]bl[dot]uk
 
Contact: rossitza[dot]atanassova[at]bl[dot]uk

Revision as of 10:48, 13 May 2019

Rossitza is a Digital Curator at the British Library where she has worked since 2005 in various roles [1].

She is a Classics graduate from The University of Birmingham and was awarded a D.Phil from the University of Oxford for her thesis Doctrine, polemic and literary tradition in some hexameter poems of Prudentius [2].

Previously Rossitza worked on the electronic publication of the Acta Sanctorum by ProQuest and for 10 years was an associate lecturer with the Open University.

Contact: rossitza[dot]atanassova[at]bl[dot]uk

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