Books, published articles and school play
New Book: Culture and Society at Lullingstone Roman Villa
In July 2019 Caroline's first book, Culture and Society at Lullingstone Roman Villa, was published by Archaeopress.
It can be purchased from Archaeopress' website:
The book has been published to coincide with the 70 year anniversary celebrations of the commencement of excavations at the site. This study draws on the original reports but also embraces innovative approaches to examining the archaeological evidence and sheds new light on our understanding of the villa's use. For the first time, the site of Lullingstone Roman Villa is surveyed holistically, developing a plausible argument that the inhabitants used domestic space to assert their status and cultural identity.
Whilst a student at Cambridge, Caroline was a regular contributor to Varsity, the University’s independent student newspaper. She continued writing during her legal career and had articles published in Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal, Trusts and Trustees, Liability Risk & Insurance, Trusts e Attività Fiduciarie and Trusts and Estates Tax Journal. She was also an acknowledged contributor to the Master of the Rolls’ Working Party Report on Structured Settlements 2002. The Times, Financial Times and the Law Society Gazette all interviewed Caroline and featured articles on a case on which she had advised.
Caroline regularly writes for Argo, a journal of the Hellenic Society, and has also written for Satyrica (King’s College London Classics Society magazine). Some of her recently published articles are shown here and can be downloaded by clicking on the titles. All these interviews were initially published in Argo.
The Argo page of the Hellenic Society website can be accessed here:
In 2016, Caroline was commissioned to write a play for a London school, as part of the Year 4’s Roman topic.
Currently, at the request of her tutees Caroline is writing a Latin book, which will also be of interest to anyone keen to learn more about the Latin language. More details will be available shortly.
My part was a Roman slave girl. Before the show started I was a bit nervous but then I really got into it. The play was really funny and the parents all loved it.
Year 4 pupil, London.