Indira Huliselan is a PhD candidate in the research project 'Roman Fake News? Documentary Fictions in the Roman Empire'.
Fields of interest
Huliselan's field of interest concerns social dynamics in ancient Christianity. Her research subjects are mainly documents spanning the time period of 0-400 CE.
In the research project 'Roman Fake News? Documentary Fictions in the Roman Empire' Huliselan will examine documents that were circulating at the time of emperor Constantine the Great. His public endorsement of Christianity encouraged both supporters and opponents of the religion to defend their positions through texts. All kinds of claims were employed, regardless of whether they were truthful or not. Huliselan will further explore these truth claims with modern theories of fake news, thus making connections between antiquity and the modern phenomenon.
Indira C. Huliselan (1996) has finished the propaedeutic year of Psychology (Cum Laude) and graduated from the BA Classics, BA Art History and Research Master Ancient History (Cum Laude) at Leiden University. Since September 1, 2023, she has been employed as a PhD candidate at the Leiden University Institute for History. Before her PhD, she worked as a Public Service Manager at the RKD - Institute for Art History.
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