Judith Esders studied History and Latin Philology at the Freie Universität and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Since 2009 she works as a member of the research group C-IV in the project „The City as Site of Discourse. Rome and Milan in Late Antiquity“, supervised by Prof. Dr. Therese Fuhrer. A further field of her interest in Late Antiquity is the history of Christian Antijudaism, wherein she is writing her doctoral thesis about St. Augustine and the North African Synagogue in the context of Early Church History.
Since November 2011 she coordinates Research Area B „Mechanisms of Control and Social Spaces“ at the FU Berlin.
- Feb 24, 2010Intellektuelles und politisches Feld. Konstellationen von Räumen, Personen und Texten im spätantiken Rom und MailandPart of: Spaces of Communication in the Early PrincipateSpeaker
- Feb 24, 2010ConferenceSpeaker