After studying at the Universities of Tasmania and Cambridge, Parshia worked for three years at Trinity College, Dublin before joining the University of Melbourne in 1998. His main research and teaching interests include Roman poetry of the Augustan period (especially Roman elegy), Roman myth and ethnicity, and magic in the Roman world.
Parshia is currently the Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) in the Faculty of Arts and Program Director of the BA.
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Prevalence and socio-demographic correlates of psychological distress among students at an Australian university
Wendy Larcombe, Sue Finch, Rachel Sore, Christina M Murray, Sandra Kentish, Raoul A Mulder, Parshia Lee-Stecum, Chi Baik, Orania Tokatlidis, David A Williams
Journal article | 2016 | Studies in Higher Education
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Historical And Philosophical Studies
Australasian Society for Classical Studies
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Cambridge
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
University of Tasmania