Studies in Late Antiquity publishes scholarship on a wide range of topics pertaining to the world of Late Antiquity (150 – 750 CE). A defining focus of the journal is fostering multi- and interdisciplinary research that emphasizes the interconnectedness of the Mediterranean with other parts of the late ancient world.
The journal seeks to bring together various areas of study, perspectives, and methodologies to create a diverse forum that inspires dialogue, debate, and discovery about the wider world of Late Antiquity.
Regions of particular interest to the journal include Africa, Anatolia, Arabia, the Baltic, the British Isles, Central and Western Asia, China, Europe, India, the Mediterranean, Persia, and Scandinavia.
Fields and topics addressed in the journal include, but are not limited to, Archaeology, Cultural Geography (including Cartography), Economics, Gender and Sexuality, History (including Cultural History), History of the Arts (including Architecture, Art, and Music), Law, Literature and Rhetoric, Material Culture (including Codicology, Epigraphy, Numismatics, and Papyrology), Historical Demography, Philology, Philosophy, Religion, Science (including Medicine and Technology), and Theology.
In addition to peer-reviewed research articles, Studies in Late Antiquity also features book and exhibit reviews.