Holmes-Henderson, A. (in press) Inclusive Classics: innovative pedagogies in museums and schools, Routledge, London.

Goff, B., Holmes-Henderson, A., Messenger, J. and A. Petsalis-Diomidis (2021) ‘Inclusive Classics Initiative. Report on “Towards a More Inclusive Classics II” International Workshop organised by Professor Barbara Goff and Dr Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis’, Council of University Classics Departments Bulletin, 50, 1-6.

Holmes-Henderson, A. and Watts, B. (2021) ‘What grades are needed to study Classical subjects at UK universities?’, Journal of Classics Teaching, 22, 43, 1-7

Swallow, P. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021) ‘Working towards fairer access to Classical subjects in schools: the Advocating Classics Education (ACE) project’, Council of University Classics Departments Equality Diversity and Inclusion Blog, 24th May 2021,

Holmes-Henderson, A. and Kelly, K. (2021b) ‘Classical connections: enriching English teaching with help from the Greeks and Romans’, Litdrive blog, 2nd May 2021,

Holmes-Henderson, A. and Kelly, K. (2021a) ‘Ancient and modern languages in primary schools’, Oxford Humanities blog, 21st April 2021, and

Hunt, S. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021) ‘A level Classics poverty. Classical subjects in schools in England: access, attainment and progression’, CUCD Bulletin, 50, 1-26.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021d) ‘Classical subjects in English schools: Confronting inequalities of access’, British Educational Research Association blog, 14 July 2021,

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021c) ‘Primary Greek’, ARGO, 13, 40-42.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021b) ‘Developing multiliteracies through Classical mythology in British classrooms’, in L. Maurice (ed.) Our Mythical Education: The Reception of the Classical World in Formal Education 1900-2020, University of Warsaw Press, 139-154.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021a) Engaging with policymakers as a researcher in the Arts and Humanities: a guide to how, what and why, Universities Policy Engagement Network Blog,

Lloyd, M. and Hunt, S. (2021) Communicative Approaches for Ancient Languages, Bloomsbury, London

Holmes-Henderson, A. and M. Musié (2020) ‘Staging the Archive: Classics in Communities’, The Archive for the Performance of Greek and Roman Drama podcast, Oxford,

Natolli, B. and Hunt, S. (2019) Teaching Classics with Technology, Bloomsbury, London

White, B. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2019) 'Latin Lovers', Blueprint, Trinity Term 2019, 7.

Holmes-Henderson, A., Hunt, S. and Musié, M. (eds.) (2018) Forward with Classics. Classical languages in schools and communities, London, Bloomsbury Academic.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2018) ‘Classics in Communities Project Update’, Oxford University Faculty of Classics Blog 20th July 2018,

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2018) ‘Oxford-Africa Classics Research Collaboration’, Oxford University Faculty of Classics Blog 19th July 2018,

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2018) ‘Artistic licence: how learning Latin could change your life’, University of Oxford Arts Blog.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2017) 'Classics in communities resources for "non-specialist" teachers of Latin and/or Ancient Greek', Classical Association Blog, 21st November 2017.

Holmes-Henderson, A. and Mitropoulos, A. (2016) ‘A celebration of Greek language and culture education in the UK’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 17, 34, 55-57.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016) ‘Teaching Latin and Greek in primary classrooms: the Classics in Communities Project’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 17, 33, 50-53.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016) ‘Growing Greek in Schools: from gorillas to talking vases’, ARGO, 4, 16-17.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2015) ‘The Classics in Communities project’, Oxford University Faculty of Classics newsletter, 6.

Hunt, S. (2016) Starting to Teach Latin, London, Bloomsbury Academic.

Natoli, B. and Hunt, S. (eds.) (2019) Teaching Classics with Technology, London, Bloomsbury Academic.


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