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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].
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Rossitza is a Digital Curator at the British Library where she has worked in various roles since 2005 [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].
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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.
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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
 
Contact: rossitza[dot]atanassova[at]bl[dot]uk

Latest revision as of 10:50, 13 May 2019

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