Mark is a historian of Late Antiquity and a doctoral student at Princeton University. His interests cluster around elite Christians in the later Roman Empire, book historical approaches to cultural change, and the legislation of “orthodoxy” in Late Antiquity.
His dissertation, “A New Order of Books in the Theodosian Empire,” examines changes to documentary practice and readerly expectations across elite technical literature from the late fourth through the middle of the fifth century CE.
Mark is co-director of the Solomon’s Pools Archaeological Project , and serves as a field archaeologist with the Jezreel Valley Regional Project, focusing on excavation of the Roman 6th Legion “Ferrata” castrum in Legio, Israel.
You can follow him on Twitter at @mdlett