|Awards||Guggenheim Fellowship (1972)|
University of Sydney |
University of Oxford
Social history |
Food and drink
Jesus College, Cambridge |
University of Cambridge
|Doctoral students||Richard Miles|
Peter David Arthur Garnsey, FBA, FAHA (born 22 October 1938) is a retired British classicist and academic. He was a Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge from 1974 to 2006, and Professor of the History of Classical Antiquity at the University of Cambridge from 1997 to 2006. His area of research concerns the history of political theory, intellectual history, social and economic history, food, famine and nutrition, and physical anthropology.
- Social Status and Legal Privilege in the Roman Empire (1970). Oxford University Press.
- The Roman Empire: Society, Economy and Culture (1987) London 1987. Co-author.
- Famine and Food Supply in the Graeco-Roman World (1988). Cambridge University Press.
- Ideas of Slavery from Aristotle to Augustine (1996). Cambridge University Press.
- Cities, Peasants and Food (1998). Cambridge University Press.
- Food and Society in Classical Antiquity (1999). Cambridge University Press.
- Evolution of the late Antique World (2001). Cambridge University Press. Co-author.
- Lactantius, Divine Institutes. Introd/Transl./Notes (2003). Liverpool University Press. Co-author.
- Thinking about Property, antiquity to the age of revolution (2007). Cambridge University Press
- Cambridge Ancient History vols. XI (2000), XII (2005), XIII(1998). Co-editor