Dr. Riedel is a writer and historian specialising in early medieval Byzantine political thought, particularly as influenced by religious commitments. She is Assistant Professor of History of Christianity at Duke University's Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina. She holds a doctorate from the University of Oxford, a Masters of Theology from Princeton, and a Masters of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary.
"Kashrut in Byzantium" at the 44th Byzantine Studies Conference of the Byzantine Studies Association of North America,
San Antonio, Texas (October 4-7, 2018)
"'Supernatural courage in a small frame' or, How an Armenian ruled the Greeks" at the Southeastern Medieval Association annual conference, Nassau, Bahamas (November 8-10, 2018)
"Jews as Byzantine Christians" at the American Society of Church History annual conference, Chicago, Illinois (January 3-6, 2019)
Theology and warfare, particularly in medieval Asia Minor.
Christian-Muslim relations in the medieval Middle East.
Military strategy, tactics, technology and weaponry in the Middle Ages (636-1453).
Church history in the first millennium AD.
Legislation and minority populations.
Christian theology from the Council of Nicaea (325) to the Protestant Reformation (C16).
Royal Historical Society
American Historical Association
Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies
Medieval Academy of America
Byzantine Studies Association of North America
Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks
Oxford Byzantine Society
Society of Biblical Literature
Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies
Southeastern Medieval Association
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