Paul Dilley, Ph.D.
Paul is an assistant professor of Ancient Mediterranean Religions with a joint appointment in Classics and Religious Studies; his specialty is the religions of Late Antiquity, with a focus on early Christianity. Paul's research explores a substantial variety of writings in Greek, Latin, Coptic, Syriac and middle Iranian languages, including the dynamics of cultural interaction and literary translation: the question of “world literature” as it relates to Late Antique Eurasia. He is also a Digital Humanist with interests in collaborative translation and online publication. As an undergraduate, he was a poetry editor for the Harvard Advocate.