OXFORD CENTRE for LATE ANTIQUITY

OCLA: Researchers

Pusey glass
Hercules and the Ceryneian hind,
4th-century gold-glass from Rome.
(Ashmolean Museum)

Listed on this page are all the researchers at post-doctoral level, who work wholly, or in part, within the field of Late Antiquity. Details of their publications and interests can be found by following the links to their individual web-pages. If you are looking for information about researchers within a specific area of Late Antiquity (e.g. the Post-Roman West, or the Islamic World), visit that part of our site, where you will find only the relevant people listed.

Lesley Abrams (Conversion of Germanic peoples; cultural interaction) [History]

Nadia Ali (Early Islamic iconography and its wide late antique context) [Oriental Studies]

Graham Barrett (Early medieval Iberia: language and literacy) [History]

Jane Baun (Byzantine church and religious culture) [Theology & Religion]

Peter Bell (Late Roman and Byzantine history) [Classics]

John Blair (Post-Roman West) [History]

Phil Booth (Late Roman, Byzantine and early Islamic history) [Theology & Religion]

Alan Bowman (Late Roman history and archaeology) [Classics]

Sebastian Brock (Syriac; Eastern Christianity) [Oriental Studies]

Averil Cameron (Late Roman and Byzantine history and literature) [Classics]

Thomas Charles-Edwards (Post-Roman West; Celtic world) [Medieval & Modern Languages]

Sally Crawford (Archaeology of post-Roman West) [Archaeology]

Wendy Davies (Post-Roman West; Celtic world) [History]

Juliette Day (early Christian liturgy; late antique hagiography) [Blackfriars]

Beate Dignas (Sasanian-Roman relations) [Classics]

Mark Edwards (Christian thought; Late antique philosophy) [Theology & Religion]

Jaś Elsner (Late Roman art) [Classics]

Richard Finn (Pagan, Jewish, and Christian asceticisms) [Theology & Religion]

Sarah Foot (Post-Roman West, Anglo-Saxons, and Bede) [Theology & Religion]

Ulrich Gehn (Late-antique statuary) [History]

Martin Goodman (Jewish history) [Oriental Studies]

Helena Hamerow (Archaeology of the post-Roman West) [Archaeology]

John Hayes (Pottery of the Mediterranean) [Archaeology]

Peregrine Horden (Late antique medicine and charity) [History]

James Howard-Johnston (Byzantine, Balkan, and Persian history) [Classics]

David Howlett (Late and Insular Latin; Hebrew; Greek; Epigraphy) [Classics]

Robert Hoyland (Cultural history of the Early Islamic Near East) [Oriental Studies]

Linda Hulin (North African landscape archaeology) [Oriental Studies]

Nadia Jamil (Early Arabic language and literature) [Oriental Studies]

Marek Jankowiak (7th-century Byzantium, Monothelitism) [Oriental Studies]

Elizabeth Jeffreys (Byzantine Literature) [Medieval & Modern Languages]

Michael Jeffreys (Byzantine Literature) [Medieval & Modern Languages]

Jeremy Johns (Islamic history and archaeology; late antique Sicily) [Khalili Research Centre]

Soazick Kerneis (The practice of late Roman law) [Maison Française d’Oxford]

Julia Konstantinovsky (Late antique Christianity and philosophy [Theology & Religion]

Robin Lane Fox (Church and state under the late empire) [Classics]

Marc Lauxtermann (Byzantine Literature) [Medieval & Modern Languages]

Marie Legendre (Early Islamic history and papyrology) [Oriental Studies]

Julia Lenaghan (Roman sculpture) [Classics]

Conrad Leyser (Late antique west; Christianity) [History]

Michael Macdonald (Pre-Islamic Arabia, epigraphy, literacy, nomads) [Khalili Research Centre]

Judith McKenzie (Late Roman and Byzantine archaeology) [Archaeology, Oriental Studies & Classics]

Neil McLynn (Late Roman history; Christianity) [Classics]

Daniela Mairhofer (Late Latin language and literature) [Classics]

Cyril Mango (Byzantine history and culture) [Medieval & Modern Languages]

Marlia Mango (Byzantine archaeology and art) [History]

Anna Marmodoro (Classical, Late Antique, and Medieval Philosophy) [Philosophy]

Fergus Millar (Late Roman Near East) [Oriental Studies]

Teresa Morgan (Early church history) [Classics]

Philipp Niewöhner (Byzantine settlements, architecture and sculpture) [Archaeology]

Arietta Papaconstantinou (Late antique Egypt) [Oriental Studies]

Stan Rosenberg (Western patristics, culture and society) [Theology & Religion]

Alison Salvesen (Judaism and Christianity) [Oriental Studies]

Alexander Sarantis (History and Archaeology of the Balkans) [History]

Vered Shalev-Hurvitz (Late Roman and Early Byzantine Architecture) [Wolfson College]

Richard Sharpe (Post-Roman West; Celtic world) [History]

Christos Simelidis (Patristics; Gregory of Nazianzus) [Classics]

Nicolai Sinai (The Qur'an, Arabic philosophy) [Oriental Studies]

Boudewijn Sirks (Roman law) [Law]

Bert Smith (Late Roman art and archaeology) [Archaeology]

Mark Smith (Demotic and Coptic literature and religion) [Oriental Studies]

Richard Sorabji (Ancient Philosophy) [Philosophy]

Guy Stroumsa (Religions of Late Antiquity) [Theology; Oriental Studies; Classics]

David Taylor (Syriac; Aramaic; Eastern Christianity) [Oriental Studies]

Robert Thomson (Armenian; Georgian; Syriac; Eastern Christianity) [Oriental Studies]

Peter Thonemann (Late Roman and Byzantine Asia Minor) [Classics]

Roger Tomlin (Late Roman history) [Classics]

Luke Treadwell (Islamic World; Monetary history) [Khalili Research Centre]

Katharina Ulmschneider (Post-Roman West; archaeology and economy) [Archaeology]

Michael Vickers (Late Roman archaeology; Georgia) [Jesus College]

Susan Walker (Roman art; Roman Egypt) [Ashmolean Museum]

Bryan Ward-Perkins (Late and post-Roman history and archaeology) [History]

Joanna Weinberg (Rabbinic literature) [Oriental Studies]

Mary Whitby (Byzantine literature and history) [Classics]

Carolinne White (Patristics; monastic literature, hagiography) [Classics]

Mark Whittow (Byzantine history) [History]

Chris Wickham (Post-Roman world) [History]

John Wilkes (History and archaeology of the Balkans) [Classics]

Andrew Wilson (Roman economy and technology) [Archaeology]

Rachel Wood (Sasanian religious iconography) [Classics]

Johannes Zachhuber (Christian theology and philosophy) [Theology & Religion]

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