The California Consortium For the Study of Late Antiquity
The California Consortium for the Study of Late Antiquity had its origins in 1999, when the University of California Multi-Campus Research Group on History and Culture of Late Antiquity was constituted with funds from the UC President's Office. It unites the greatest concentration of scholars in this field on the West Coast, including over a dozen graduate students writing dissertations and many more who select Late Antiquity as a field in their qualifying exams. The Consortium creates an infrastructure of academic exchange between UC campuses for graduate students and faculty. It instructs graduate students in a variety of sub-disciplines and provides them with pre-professional training for the academic job market. It encourages shared and collaborative research of faculty and graduate students through regular meetings. And it addresses undergraduate students and the larger community through lectures and outreach activities.

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