STEVE KERSHAW: AUTHOR

Steve has published numerous books, both on Music and various aspects of Classical Antiquity

Classics Books

Mythologica, Steve Kershaw, illustrated by Victoria Topping, Wide Eyed Editions, London, 2019

Barbarians: Rebellion and Resistance to the Roman Empire, Stephen P. Kershaw, Robinson, London, 2019

A Brief History of Atlantis: Plato’s Ideal State, Stephen P. Kershaw. Robinson, London, 2017.

A Brief History of the Roman Empire, Stephen P. Kershaw. Robinson, London 2013.

A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, Stephen Kershaw. Robinson, London, 2010. (Published in the USA as A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, Stephen Kershaw, Running Press Book Publishers, Philadelphia, 2010.)

A Brief Guide to the Greek Myths, Stephen P. Kershaw. Robinson, London, 2007. (Published in the USA as A Brief Guide to the Greek Myths, Stephen P. Kershaw. Caroll & Graf, New York, 2007). Translated into Russian as Путеводителъ По Греческой Мифологии, Стевен П. Кершоу. АСТ, Москва, 2010.

A Concise Dictionary of Classical Mythology, P. Grimal, edited by Stephen Kershaw from the translation by A.R. Maxwell-Hyslop. Basil Blackwell Ltd., Oxford, 1990. (Also published as The Penguin Dictionary of Classical Mythology, P. Grimal, edited by Stephen Kershaw from the translation by A.R. Maxwell-Hyslop. Penguin, London, 1991.)

Music Books

A New Tune A Day: Bass Guitar, Steve Kershaw. Music Sales Ltd., London, 2007.

Improvisación: Una Guía Completa para el Músico de Rock, Blues y Jazz, Luis D’Agostino & Steve Kershaw. Ricordi Americana, Buenos Aires, 2003.

Articles, etc.

‘The View Over Atlantis’, Minerva: The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology, 29: 3 (May/June 2018), 46-51.

‘‘Barbarians Rising’: The End of the Roman Empire: Dr Steve Kershaw of Oxford University Discusses How the Barbarians Finally Brought the Romans to Their Knees.’ History of War 33 (2016), p. 18-9.

 ‘The Truth Behind the Barbarians.’ All About History 043 (2016), p. 26-7.

Photos of the relief of Claudius subduing Britannia from the Sebasteion at Aphrodisias, and Fragment of the Inscription from the Arch of Claudius (CIL VI 920), used in Aldborough Roman Town, Martin Millett and Rose Ferraby, English Heritage, 2016.

Photo of the relief of Claudius subduing Britannia from the Sebasteion at Aphrodisias, used by The Royal Mint for packaging the 2015 £2 Britannia coin.

Magazine articles on musical topics in Jazzwise, and Music Teacher.