Nathan Smolin

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Nathan Smolin received a BA in classical studies from Samford University in 2015.  He is continuing his education at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, pursuing a PhD in classical studies.  There he aims to study early Christian engagement with Greco-Roman philosophy and religion within the periods of the Roman Empire and late antiquity.  His past research interests have included anti-sacrificial polemics within Greco-Roman philosophy and early Christianity, as well as the complex relationship between Greek and Latin Christianity.

Curriculum Vitae

Murphey 305
Email: nsmolinATliveDOTuncDOTedu