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Monday, Feb 3, 2020

Margaret Kurkoski, a graduate student in the Department of Art and Archaeology, received funding from the Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity to participate in the excavations at the Villa Adriana...

Monday, Jan 27, 2020

Four questions for Janet Kay, CSLA postdoctoral research fellow, 2017-18
 

1.   Can you describe your research interests for us?

Monday, Jan 27, 2020

Four questions for Dina Boero, CSLA postdoctoral research fellow, 2016-17

1.   Can you describe your research interests for us?

Friday, Dec 6, 2019

Five questions for Postdoctoral Research Associate Yuliya Minets

 

1.   Can you describe your research interests?

My primary research interest concerns intellectual and social processes in Late Antiquity with special attention to the history of Christianity and its relationship with traditional Greco-...

Thursday, Dec 5, 2019

New research conducted by former CSLA graduate students Merle Eisenberg and Lee Mordechai, and Janet Kay, a former CSLA postdoctoral fellow, suggests that the impact of the Justinianic Plague may have been greatly exaggerated.

The full...

Wednesday, Dec 4, 2019

Princeton graduate students whose research focuses on the late antique period may apply for a CSLA fellowship.

The fellowship is intended to support a wide range of opportunities: summer study programs, archaeological work, independent research and travel (pre-dissertation), language courses, dissertation research, etc.

Thursday, Nov 21, 2019

Lucas McMahon, a graduate student in the Department of History, won the prize for his paper "Communication in the Exarchate of Ravenna." The prize is given annually to the best graduate student essay on any subject relating to the study of Late Antiquity.

Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019

Four questions for Postdoctoral Research Associate Ani Honarchiansaky

 

1.   Can you describe your research interests for us?

Thursday, May 16, 2019
The Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity (CSLA) sponsors the instruction in ancient languages that are not part of the regular curriculum at Princeton, such as Coptic and Christian Arabic.
Thursday, Dec 13, 2018

On Friday, December 7, Tina Shepardson, Department Head and Lindsay Young Professor, Department of Religious Studies at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, gave a lecture on "Memories of Violence: From Heretics to Martyrs in Sixth-Century Syria" to Princeton’s Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity.
 

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