The Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies (CLABS) offers a thriving research environment for postgraduates interested in Late Antiquity and the Byzantine era.
We welcome enquires from prospective research students. If you would like to find out more please visit the Classics research degrees or Archaeology research degrees pages.
Current and recent PhD students linked to CLABS are listed below.
Transformations in the expression of social identity within the towns and hinterlands of central and southern Spain, between the Late Antique period and the Islamic Emirate (ca. AD 450–950)
Roman army logistics in Late Antiquity
Taking on the mantle of authority: gifts of clothing in late-antique literature [completed]
The manufacture technology and provenance of low fired glazed wares in China and the Middle East (7th–10th century)
Chemical compositions of Islamic glass in the 9th–12th centuries, with a focus on Syria, Turkey, Georgia and China
An interdisciplinary study of vessel glass from Bulgaria between the fourth to 14th centuries
Representations of barbarians in Late Antiquity
Merited Oblivion ‘Damnatio Memoriae’ and the Constantinian Dynasty [completed]