- E: Andrea.DiCastro@monash.edu
- P: 03 9905 3258
Angelo works in the Faculty of Arts at Monash University as a Lecturer.
Di Castro, A.A., 2009, The Mori Tim Stupa complex in the Kashgar Oasis, East and West [P], vol 58, issue 1-4, Instituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, Italy, pp. 257-281.
Di Castro, A.A., 2008, Of handles and names: remarks on wrestlers’ weights, East and West, vol 57, issue 1-4 (December 2007), Instituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente (IsIAO), Rome, Italy, pp. 367-376.
Di Castro, A.A., 2004, A late Ghandharan wrestlers’ weight, East and West [P], vol 53, issue 1-4, Instituto Italiano per L’Africa e L’Oriente, Rome, Italy, pp. 257-265.
Di Castro, A.A., Vicziany, A.M., 2009, Chinese dragons in Prato: Italian-Chinese relations in a small European town, in Living outside the walls: The Chinese in Prato, eds Graeme Johanson, Russell Smyth and Rebecca French, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 174-191.
Di Castro, A.A., 2008, Archaeology of the goddess: an Indian paradox, in The iconic female: goddesses of India, Nepal and Tibet, eds Jayant Balchandra Bapat and Ian Mabbett, MAI Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 21-42.
Di Castro, A.A., 2005, The barbarisation of Bactria, in Cultural Interaction in Afghanistan c 300 BCE to 300 CE, eds Angelo Andrea Di Castro and Colin A Hope, MAI Press, Melbourne Vic Australia, pp. 1-18.
Current Postgraduate Supervision
Program of Study: (DOCTORATE BY RESEARCH). Supervisors: Bapat, J (Joint-co), Di Castro, A (Associate), Mabbett, I (Associate).
Program of Study: (DOCTORATE BY RESEARCH). Thesis Title: An examination of the Secular and Lay Ships and Boats of the New and Late Kingdoms of Egypt. Supervisors: Hope, C (Main), Di Castro, A (Associate).
Program of Study: (MASTER’S BY RESEARCH). Thesis Title: Secret History: The Foundation of The Empires of The Mongols and Romans. Supervisors: Anagnostou-Laoutides, E (Main), Di Castro, A (Associate).