PhD students

Marco Büttner
Gerechtigkeit als konzeptuelle Legitimationsressource in der Propaganda der Kreuzzüge

Samira Fischer
Der Wehrbau im Wandel. Der spätantike und frühbyzantinischen Festungsbau in der Dioecesis Daciae

Sophia Sonja Guthier
Varangians and Slavs as a Threat to Byzantium in 18th- and 19th-Century Russian Pictorial and Textual Culture

Egor Gvozdev
"Byzantium as an argument. Legitimizing Rule and War from rulership of Ivan Grozniy until Feodor Alekseevich (16th and 17th centuries)

Julia Sophia Hanelt
Minted Vows – Studies on Vota Coinage on the Occasion of Imperial Anniversaries from Antoninus Pius to Justinian I (138 - 565)

Lorenz Kammerer
Academic engagement with the Crusades during the Second Hussite War

Simon Mallas
The Depiction of War in Early Modern Travelogues on the Ottoman Empire

Philipp Margreiter
Africam defendere. Byzantine fortifications in the North African region of Thugga in the 6th and 7th centuries

Regina Maria Molitor
Warriorship in Frontier Societies – Weapons Graves of the 4th–7th Century on the Byzantine Danube Frontier

Goldie Nagy
Studies concerning the role of Equidae within roman military context

Deanna Pellerano
A Bio-Prosographical Study of French Musicians during the Early Italian Wars (1494-1515)

Bart Peters
Remembering Conflict: Descriptions of War in Early Medieval Italian Narratives

Michael Rapp
The Language of Peace? – Military metaphors in the writings of Tertullian

Maria Rukavichnikova
War Discourse in Times of Crisis: Authorial Strategies in Byzantine Historical Literature of the 14th century

Sonja Ulrich
The Historiography of War by Orosius

Eduard Visintini
Captivity, Conditional Freedom, and Bondage in a Late Antique Ecclesiastical Landscape: Discourse and Practice in Sixth- and Seventh-Century Merovingian Francia