Initiative for Christian Antiquities in the Digital Age
Rev. Richard Rutherford, C.S.C., Ph.D., Emeritus, director
The Initiative for Christian Antiquities in the Digital Age is designed to support research projects across the University devoted to study and preservation of the material heritage of ancient Christianity in all its forms.
Currently two projects realize the Initiative’s goals:
- Pollentia Undergraduate Research Expedition (PURE), involving UP faculty/student research teams in collaboration with University of Barcelona archaeologists. PURE is devoted to a joint study of early Christianity in the Balearic Islands, particularly an early Christian cemetery in the ancient Roman city of Pollentia on Mallorca.
- Baptisteries of the Early Christian World is an international collaboration developing a catalog of ancient baptismal architecture.
Allied programs include the Digital Collection of Clark Library, the Hellenic Studies Minor, and the annual gathering of the Northwest Early Christian Studies seminar.
For more information about the program, contact the Initiative for Christian Antiquities in the Digital Age at (503) 943-4685 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information, see https://sites.up.edu/pollentia