Key Research Interests
1st Century BC/AD Rome; ancient food and dining; perceptions/portrayals of race, ethnicity and gender in the ancient world; biography.
BA Hons in Ancient History & Archaeology, University of Birmingham (2002)
MA in Biography and Creative Non-fiction, University of East Anglia (2017)
Prior to returning to his studies, Andrew worked as an editor for over 10 years. He is studying for a PhD in Life Writing, researching new methodologies for writing biographies of ancient characters, using Juba II and Cleopatra Selene of Mauretania as his test case. His particular area of interest is 1st C AD/BC Rome.
Publishing; non-fiction; archives; archival research; biography.
Andrew Kenrick is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Hinterland, a print + digital magazine for creative non-fiction dedicated to discovering and publishing new authors. In 2018 Hinterland was the recipient of a Santander Do-It Grant.
Editor in Chief, Hinterland Press Ltd
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