Mentoring Approaches: One-on-One Mentoring, Group Mentoring, Peer mentoring, Online Mentoring, Compound Mentoring
ARC DECRA researcher at the University of Melbourne, with research expertise in Roman history
Kit Morrell is currently an ARC DECRA researcher at the University of Melbourne. Her research area is Roman history, especially the political and legal history of the late Roman republic. Her current research project focuses on the idea and practice of ‘reform’ in the Roman republic.
Kit has a growing publication record as author and co-editor and enjoys research collaboration with Australian and international colleagues. She has previous experience as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam (examining the impact of the Augustan marriage laws on the financial freedom of Roman women) and has had some success in obtaining research grants. She also has experience in teaching (predominantly at the University of Sydney), informal mentoring, and as a committee member of ASCS and other classics-related bodies.
Kit is willing to engage in mentoring relationships across disciplines and career stages, but especially with early-career and postgraduate mentees. She has the capacity to mentor a maximum of two mentees at any stage.