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Pioneering Minds Episode 2: Malcom Choat and Ancient History

By Malcolm Choat

The Director of Macquarie University’s Ancient Cultures Research Centre, Malcolm Choat, sits down with Ben Mckelvey to discuss his work on papyrology, his forensic investigation of the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife, and how a Queensland boy ended up an expert on Ptolemaic and Roman Egyptian History.

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Malcolm Choat

Associate Professor Malcolm Choat is the Director of the Macquarie University Ancient Cultures Research Centre. He studied Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland (1989-1993), before undertaking a PhD at Macquarie (1994-2000). Subsequently, he taught and researched in the School of Studies in Religion at the University of Sydney (2000-2002), before holding a Macquarie University Research Fellowship (2003-2006).