Yevgeniy Runkevich

Archaeology in the study of early Christianity and other ancient Mediterranean religions; New Testament and the Book of Revelation; mobility, migration, and diasporas in the Roman Empire


PhD candidate, Religious Studies, UCSB (2022)
Greece from the Sea Seminar, American School of Classical Studies at Athens (2019)
Summer Program, American School of Classical Studies at Athens (2017)
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Classics, UCLA (2015)
Summer Latin Workshop, UC Berkeley (2014)
MTS, New Testament & Early Christianity, Harvard Divinity School (2014)
MDiv, Fresno Pacific University Biblical Seminary (2010)
BA, Political Science, Magna Cum Laude, Fresno Pacific University (2005)

Research: The Apocalypse of John and the Jewish Diaspora in Asia Minor after the First Jewish-Roman War

Academic advisor and Dissertation Committee Chair: Prof. Christine M. Thomas