skip to primary navigationskip to content
 

Byzantine Worlds Seminar

        Byz banner
 

Lent  Term 2020

 

The Seminar is usually held on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in Room SG2 in the Alison Richard Building. The seminar is hosted by CRASSH as an interdisciplinary Research Network:
http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/programmes/byzantine-worlds)

All are welcome.

 

15 January

Benjamin Anderson,
‘Pachymeres on the Acropolis at Sardis’

12 February

Judith Herrin,
‘The Anonymous Cosmographer maps the Mediterranean – from Ravenna to the Black Sea in the early Middle Ages’

26 February

Christian Sahner,
A Christian Insurgency in Islamic Syria: New Thoughts about the Jarājima/ Mardaites’


11 March

Bronwen Neil,
‘Visions of Heaven and Hell: Byzantine apocalyptic in the seventh century’

 

***

In addition:

The Byzantine Greek reading group will be held from 1–2 pm on Wednesdays 1 May and 29 May in SG2, Alison Richard Building, and in Room SG1 on Wednesday 12 June. For more information please contact Nick Evans (njbe2@cam.ac.uk)


The Medieval Arabic reading group will be held at Christ’s College on Wednesdays from 1.15-2.45pm on 24 April and 22 May, and from 34.30pm on Wednesday 1 May and 5 June. For more information please contact Edward Zychowicz-Coghill (ez258@cam.ac.uk).

 

The Classical Armenian Reading group: 12-2pm on alternate Tuesdays in the Alison Richard Building, SG2 (8 and 22 October, 5 and 19 November, and 3 December). For more information please contact Stephanie Forrest

 

Lent Term 2020 programme - print version


Please contact Nick Evans <njbe2@cam.ac.uk> (History), Edward Zychowicz-Coghill <ez258@cam.ac.uk> (Classics), Stephanie Forrest () (MML) for further information.

 

 

The convenors gratefully acknowledge the support of CRASSH and the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies.

CRASSH greylogo .13 14 

byzantine16-17logo 

-------------------------------------------------------

Programme archive
Easter Term 2019

Lent Term 2019

Michaelmas Term 2018

Easter Term 2018

Lent Term 2018

 

@CamHistory

Share this