Douglas Whalin

Douglas Whalin

Adjunct Faculty

World History: Late Antique and Medieval Mediterranean, Byzantium, cultural and social identities

Douglas Whalin received his PhD in History from Queens' College, University of Cambridge. His doctoral thesis explored how the boundaries of Roman identity developed in the period immediately following the Islamic conquests in the Greek and Syriac-speaking worlds.

Courses Taught

HIST 100 Western Civilization

HIST 388 Classical Greece


Ph.D. in History, Queens' College, University of Cambridge, 2016

M.Phil. in Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, St. Cross College, University of Oxford, 2012

B.A. majoring in History and English, Lawrence University, 2007