Carla Setién has a degree in Classical Philology from the University of Salamanca, having completed the last year at the University of Granada within the framework of a Seneca scholarship. She is doctor in Sciences of Antiquity from the University of Cantabria since 2019 with a thesis on Filastrius of Brescia’s Book of Diverse Heresies. She has been visiting research fellow at the Università La Sapienza di Roma, the Centre de Recherche en Histoire Européenne Comparée, Paris-Est Créteil and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. In 2021 she was a postdoctoral researcher “Augusto González de Linares”, University of Cantabria. Since 2022 she is a postdoctoral fellow in the ERC Consolidator Grant project Understanding Late Antique Top-Down Communication: a Study of Imperial Constitutions (AntCoCo), at the University of Bamberg, Germany. Her main lines of research are the polemical literature of early Christianity, especially the genre of heresiology or treatises against heretics; and late antique legal texts (IV-VI centuries), the so-called “constitutions”.