The idea for launching Studies in Late Antiquity crystallized gradually over the past decade as a response to the increasingly expansive horizons of the field. As scholars of Late Antiquity, we have grown accustomed to the methodological diversity of our field, which has long embraced the perspectives of Archaeology, History, Classics, Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Art History. But because of this very diversity, we rarely find ourselves assembled in a single place. And, ironically, the more we found ourselves working with colleagues studying other regions, either as we try to address their ideas within our own work or to work collaboratively, the more we saw the need for a venue that...

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