Douglas Whalin Late Antique Historian

Education

2012—2016 PhD in History, Queens' College, University of Cambridge
Title: Roman Identity in Byzantium, AD 650-850.
Supervisor: Dr Peter Sarris
2010—2012 MPhil in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, St. Cross College, Univrsity of Oxford
2003—2007 BA double-major in English and History, Lawrence University

Career

2017— Adjunct Lecturer, George Mason University
2018—19 Webmaster, 2019 SPBS Spring Symposium, Cambridge
Fall 2017 Adjunct Lecturer, University of Maryland Baltimore County
2013—2016 Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Cambridge

Awards

2019 Dumbarton Oaks/HMML Coptic Summer Fellowship
2012—16 Research and Travel Grants, Queens' College, University of Cambridge
2013, 2014 CRASSH Seminar Grants, Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge
2012 Mary Blaschko Scholarship, Linacre College, University of Oxford [Declined]
2007 Herman Erb Prize in German, Lawrence University
2003—07 Dean's List Scholarship, Lawrence University