Julia Judge Mulhall is an archaeologist and cultural historian of religion in the classical and late ancient Mediterranean. She received a B.A. in Classics from Tulane University in 2014, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Classical Archaeology in the Classics department at Harvard University. She recently held the Frederick Sheldon fellowship to pursue her dissertation research as a student associate member at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Her research examines the archaeology of religious space and practice in the Roman empire and Late Antiquity. The subjects of her research include:
- Religious architecture and landscapes
- Dynamics between the Roman traditional “pagan” religion and Christianity in Late Antiquity
- Roman portraiture
- The Second Sophistic
- Ancient graffiti
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