Tomos is an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded PhD researcher at the University of Birmingham. He works within Milton Studies, Neo-Latin Studies, and Classical Reception Studies, and his thesis, “Milton’s Hellenism”, explores the English poet John Milton’s reading of Greek texts and their influence upon his poetry and thinking throughout his lifetime. Tomos is the Postgraduate Representative of the Society for Neo-Latin Studies (SNLS) and has published (or has forthcoming publications) in The Spenser Review, Milton Quarterly, and Renaissance Quarterly, as well as a book chapter in Classical Reformations: Beyond Christian Humanism in the series Warwick Studies in Renaissance Thought and Culture (Brepols: forthcoming). Tomos holds a M.St. in English (1550–1700) from the University of Oxford as well as a MA in Classics from Birkbeck, University of London where he held the Eric Hobsbawm Scholarship.