Dr. James Corke-Webster

Fellow since {dateJoined}

Dr James Corke-Webster is a Senior Lecturer in Classics, History and Liberal Arts, and Co-Director of the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies.

Dr. James Corke-Webster

About James Corke-Webster

Dr James Corke-Webster is a classicist and historian with particular interests in early Christian and late antique history and literature. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Classics, History and Liberal Arts, and Co-Director of the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies. He studied Classics and Theology at Oxford, Cambridge, and Manchester, before taking up a Fulbright Scholarship at Berkeley.

He has held lectureships at Edinburgh and Durham, and moved to Kings College in 2017. He is also the author of the multi-award winning book Eusebius and Empire: Constructing Church and Rome in the Ecclesiastical History.

Garden Talks by Dr. James Corke-Webster

Thank you notes from Garden members