Τετάρτη, 22 Δεκεμβρίου 2010

  Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity

Byzantine Ottoman and Modern Greek Seminars 2011

The Centre’s General Seminar normally meets in the Whitting Room (436), 4th floor, Arts Building on Thursdays at 5.15pm, unless otherwise stated and is open to all interested in the related concerns of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies.


 

Spring Term 2011

27 JanuaryAndrew Jotischky (Lancaster)
St Katharine, Sinai and devotions to saints on the Norman edge
10 FebruaryLucy-anne Hunt (Manchester)
Art, place and pilgrimage: an aspect of art in the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem
10 MarchFrances Durkin (Birmingham)
Crusaders as congregation: sermons, visions and miracles on the First Crusade
Kyle Sinclair (Birmingham)
The Byzantine art of war during the age of the crusades

Two seminar papers at 4.15pm followed by

Michael Angold (Edinburgh)
The crusade and Byzantium: 1204 and 1453 compared
24 MarchJonathan Riley-Smith (Cambridge)
Rewriting the early history of a military order
27-28 June
Re-imagining the Past: Antiquity and Modern Greek Culture (Birmingham)
www.reimaginingthepast.bham.ac.uk
23-25 September
Imperial Legacies in the Mediterranean World (Birmingham)


For more information, please contact the
Convenor: Ruth Macrides

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