Staff

Alice Bennett

Alice BennettSenior Manager; Ancient, Medieval, British History & TravelAlice holds a BA in Ancient History from King's College London and an MSt in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies from the University of Oxford.

Amanda Adie

Amanda AdieSenior Manager; Ancient & Modern PhilosophyAmanda holds an MA in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a primary interest in aesthetics, ethics, and the places where they overlap.

Anna Javashvili

Anna JavashviliPublisherWith more than 10 years of experience in the publishing industry, Anna ensures that each article is presented in a reader-friendly format, and enjoyed by our audience.

Anna Sexton

Anna SextonSenior Manager; American & European History, Literature, Renaissance & PoliticsAnna holds a Master in Art History from the Université de Strasbourg as well as a BA in International Relations with a focus in Eastern Europe and a BA in Art History from the University of Washington, Seattle. She also holds a University Diploma in Superior French Studies from the Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon.

Antonis Chaliakopoulos

Antonis ChaliakopoulosGeneral Manager & Senior Manager; Ancient History & ArchaeologyAntonis holds an MSc in Museum Studies from the University of Glasgow and a BA in History and Archaeology from the University of Athens (NKUA), where he is currently working on his PhD in Classical Archaeology.

Christopher Sexton

Christopher SextonEditor-in-ChiefChristopher graduated Magna Cum Laude from Concordia University, Irvine with a BA in Communication Studies. He is a film enthusiast who has written scripts for short films, television, and radio.

Dea Cvetkovic

Dea CvetkovicSenior Manager; Modern & Contemporary ArtDea holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Art History from the University of Belgrade. She is currently completing her PhD with a focus on Modern Art studies.

Emily Snow

Emily SnowNews, Discoveries, and In-depth ReportingEmily is an art historian based in Amsterdam. She earned an MA in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art.

Greg Beyer

Greg BeyerAssistant Editor; African HistoryGreg is an editor specializing in African history, he has authored over 200 articles. A former English teacher with a BA in History & Linguistics and a Journalism Diploma from the University of Cape Town, he excels in academic writing and finds artistic expression through drawing and painting in his free time.

Jessica Suess

Jessica SuessAssistant Editor; Ancient History & ArchaeologyJessica holds a BA Hons in History and Archaeology from the University of Queensland and an MPhil in Ancient History from the University of Oxford where she researched the worship of the Roman emperors. She worked for Oxford University Museums for 10 years before relocating to Brazil. She is mad about the Romans, the Egyptians, the Vikings, the history of esoteric religions, and folk magic and gets excited about the latest archaeological finds.

Kristen Jancuk

Kristen JancukEditor; Latin & South American HistoryKristen is an editor specializing in Latin & South American History. She received her MA in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies from George Washington University, and a BA in Spanish and International Relations from Bucknell University. After receiving her MA, Kristen began working on international drug policy for the Organization of American States. One of her greatest and most impractical ambitions is to learn Quechua.

Lilian Kihonge

Lilian KihongeAdministrative Assistant

Moula Rozy

Moula RozyGraphic Designer & Media EditorMoula holds a BA in Creative Arts from Quaid-I-Azam University. As our graphic designer, Moula brings creativity and innovation to every project.

Rosie Lesso

Rosie LessoManaging Editor & CuratorRosie has produced writing for a wide range of arts organizations including Tate Modern, The National Galleries of Scotland, Art Monthly and Scottish Art News. She holds an MA in Contemporary Art Theory from the University of Edinburgh and a BA in Fine Art from Edinburgh College of Art. Previously she has worked in both curatorial and educational roles, discovering how stories and history can enrich our experience of art.

Theo Kapetanakis

Theo KapetanakisGraphic Designer & Media EditorTheo is a filmmaker and author with a passion for the ancient world. He holds a Master of Arts in Film Studies from Middlesex University, London, and a BA degree in Cultural Technology & Communication from the University of the Aegean. His work includes audiovisual arts, film directing, video editing, and scriptwriting.