Email [email protected] Website Mark Letteney CV Bio/Description Mark Letteney is an archaeologist and historian working in the history of incarceration, the history of epistemology, and the archaeology of military occupation. He is currently an ACLS Emerging Voices Postdoctoral Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mark serves as a co-director of the Solomon’s Pools Archaeological Project and assistant director on the excavation of the Roman 6th Legion at Legio, Israel, where he directs excavations in the legionary amphitheater. His forthcoming monograph, titled Christianizing Knowledge: Intellectual Transformation and the Beginning of Late Antiquity, explores how imperial Christianity changed the way that ancient scholars in “secular” disciplines made arguments in the fourth and fifth centuries CE, and the reflection of new scholastic practices in manuscripts from the Theodosian Age. His second book, Ancient Mediterranean Incarceration (co-authored with Matthew Larsen) brings together documentary, archaeological, literary, and visual evidence to present a synthetic account of the ideology and experience of incarceration in the ancient Mediterranean basin, from 300 BCE–600 CE. Selected Publications Books: Christianizing Knowledge: Intellectual Transformation and the Beginning of Late Antiquity. Cambridge University Press, 2023. Forthcoming. Ancient Mediterranean Incarceration, with Matthew D. C. Larsen. University of California Press, 2023. Forthcoming. (Cloth, paperback, and companion database) Rethinking ‘Authority’ in Late Antiquity: Authorship, Law, and Transmission in Jewish and Christian Tradition, edited with AJ Berkovitz. Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies. London: Routledge, 2018. (Paperback 2020) Articles: “Legal Pluralism as a Category of Analysis,” with Jessica Marglin. Law and History Review 41.1 (2023). Forthcoming. “Widening the frame of ancient legal history,” ΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΑ 45 (2022). Forthcoming. “What ancient Yemenite synagogue?” with Simcha Gross. Studies in Late Antiquity 6.4 (2022). Forthcoming. “Iunius Saturninus: a New African Centenarian” with Brent D. Shaw. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 220 (2021): 306–10. “A Roman military prison at Lambaesis” with Matthew D. C. Larsen. Studies in Late Antiquity 5.1 (2021): 65–102. “Christians and the Codex: Generic Materiality and Early Gospel Traditions” with Matthew D. C. Larsen. Journal of Early Christian Studies 27.3 (2019): 383–415. “Survey and excavations at Solomon’s Pools, Palestine: 2018 preliminary report” with Matthew J. Adams and Max T. B. Peers. Palestine Exploration Quarterly 151.1 (2019): 15–35. “Authority in Contemporary Historiography” with AJ Berkovitz in Rethinking ‘Authority’ in Late Antiquity eds. Berkovitz and Letteney. London: Routledge, 2018. “Authenticity and Authority: the case for dismantling a dubious correlation” in Rethinking ‘Authority’ in Late Antiquity eds. Berkovitz and Letteney. London: Routledge, 2018. “Toward a New Scribal Tendency: reciprocal corruptions and the text of 1 Corinthians 8:2-3” Journal of Biblical Literature 135.2 (2016): 389–402. Reviews: Brent Nongbri, God’s Library: The Archaeology of the Earliest Christian Manuscripts. Journal of Late Antiquity 12.2 (2019): 550–52. Uta Heil, Annette von Stockhausen (eds.), Die Synoden im trinitarischen Streit: Über die Etablierung eines synodalen Verfahrens und die Probleme seiner Anwendung im 4. und 5. Jahrhundert. Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.03.50. Noel Lenski, Constantine and the Cities: Imperial Authority and Civic Politics. Ancient Jew Review, October 2017.