Program: MA in ECS
Area(s) of Interest: Late Roman history, early Christian churches and architecture, Constantine and the Constantinian Dynasty, Roman mystery cults, medieval reception of Antiquity, ancient philosophy, St. Ambrose of Milan.
Hailing originally from San Antonio, Texas, Adam Wyatt graduated summa cum laude from Rhodes College in 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Greek and Roman Studies. While at Rhodes, he was also a music minor and member of the Rhodes Singers. In Fall 2019, he studied at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome and interned in the Collections Department at the American Academy in Rome. For his senior honors thesis, he examined the Constantinian St. Peter’s Basilica and its potential function as a victory monument in the architectural canon of ancient tropaia. At Notre Dame, he hopes to deepen his knowledge of late antique history, philosophy, and early Christian theology.