Dr Julia Konstantinovsky

Academic Background:

Educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and Oriel College, Oxford. Research Fellow at Wolfson College, 2007-2009, Oxford, then British Academy Research Fellow at Christ Church, Oxford, 2009-present. Visiting Lecturer at the Department of Classics and Ancient History, Warwick, 2008-9. Tutor in Theology for the Theology Faculty, Oxford, 2007-present.

Undergraduate Teaching:

Early Christianity, History of the Early Church Institutions, the Development of Doctrine, History and Theology of the Byzantine Church, History of Western Mysticism, patristics.

Graduate Teaching:

Christian historiography.

Research Interests

Late Antiquity and Byzantium. Late Ancient and Byzantine monasticism. Eastern Mediterranean: Egypt, Syria, Palestine. Textual identities and religious embodiments. Historiography. Modernity. Current projects: the shifting religious identities in seventh-century Eastern Mediterranean; an evaluation of the Gnostic Chapters of Evagrius Ponticus, with a translation and introduction.

General interests:

Historiography, religious identities, Russian religious thought.


Christ Church College

Oxford Centre for Late Antiquity

Oriental Institute