85% of graduates from the Early Christian Studies have gone on to top-ranked Ph.D. programs. Two graduates won Fulbright Scholarships, one to Austria and the other to Israel. Two other graduates studied abroad, one at Oxford and one at Leuven.
Area(s) of Interest: Christian historiography of the late antique period—particularly the relationship between classical and Christian conceptions of time and history—and in ancient philosophies of language.
Area(s) of Interest: Academic interests include the common Christian tradition as found in the Church Fathers; the patristic interpretations of the divine-human relationship and concept of “personhood;” and the growth of the Eastern Church in late antiquity.