Patristics have traditionally been a domain of Central and Western-European Scholars, their predilections and prejudices. As the center of Global Christianity is gradually shifting towards regions formerly considered to lie on the "margins", this long-established picture is about to change. The series Patristic Studies in Global Perspective appreciates this development. Focusing on topics of Patristic and Byzantine Theology, History and Culture from 150 A.D. to 1500 A.D Patristic Studies in Global Perspective welcomes historical, theological, philosophical and philological research, from Latin American, African, Asian, Australasian and Pacific, Eastern European and Near Eastern Scholars. As a peer-reviewed and cross-disciplinary series Patristic Studies in Global Perspective is open to academics working in the areas of history, philology, theology, philosophy and related disciplines. It is intended to publish two volumes per year. Both monographs and multi-authored volumes in English, German, French and Spanish are accepted.