Fields of interest
- Religion in the Ancient world
- Early Christianity and Ancient Judaism
- Roman Imperial politics
- Legislation in the Roman world
- Greek and Latin literature and culture
This project is embedded in the research group “History and Culture of Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity” (supervised by prof. dr. J.K. Zangenberg, Leiden University). My research will focus on the way in which Christian and Jewish groups were embedded in, and interacted with, the Roman Imperial legal system. In doing so, it will investigated not only to what extent regional differences played a part in the treatment of these groups, but also how they fit in the wider context of Roman legislation on religious groups.
2015 – present
PhD student LUCAS and LUIH at Leiden University
Erasmus+ exchange at the University of Cambridge
Research Master Classics and Ancient Civilizations (track Classics) at Leiden University (cum laude)
Master’s thesis: “Isolated in the Empire? Localism and Roman legislation on Judaism in Asia Minor and Alexandria”
Article ‘Quo Vadis Domine? Monotheïsme en de keizercultus in het Romeinse Rijk’, in: Tijdschrift
voor Religie, Recht en Beleid, jaargang 4, aflevering 3 (2013), 44-62.
Honours College religion and law at Leiden University
Bachelor Greek and Latin language and culture at Leiden University (cum laude)
Bachelor's thesis: "Vae Victis: Moral laws on the treatment of prisoners of war in Thucydides"
No relevant ancillary activities