Byzness

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OXFORD UNIVERSITY BYZANTINE SOCIETY

The Byzness, 31st January 2016

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 NEWS & EVENTS

  1. 2. CALLS FOR PAPERS
    3. JOBS & SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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 NEWS & EVENTS

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‘What is the city but the people?’ Urban Identities between the Civic and the Ethnic, 11th–12th March 2016, Ertegun House

For the poster see here, and for the schedule here.

In order to attend please RSVP to identity@TORCH.ox.ac.uk by Sunday the 6th of March.

 CALLS FOR PAPERS

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SOURCES OF LITERATURE AND KNOWLEDGE, Quellen und Rohstoffe des Erzählens, Joint workshop of the thematic network “Literature – Knowledge – Media”, July 18 – 20, 2016 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 

For details see here.

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Byzantine, Ottoman, and Modern Greek Studies in an Interdisciplinary World, Simon Fraser University, 31.0316-02.04.16

For details see here.

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  1. JOBS & SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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Birmingham Research Institute for History and Cultures, Research Fellow, University of Birmingham – School of History and Cultures within the College of Arts and Law

For details see here.

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 5 Postdoctoral Positions, Labex (Laboratoire d’excellence) RESMED (Religions et sociétés dans le monde méditerranéen)

 For details see here.

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Heraclea Sintica summer archaeology school

The Hellenistic and Roman city of Heraclea Sintica is located near the city of Petrich (SW corner of Bulgaria) which is situated 180 km south of Sofia (Bulgaria) and 130 km north of Thessaloniki (Greece). Heraclea Sintica was founded as a Macedonian colony in the end of 4th c. BC. It was the main settlement of the Middle Struma (ancient Strymon) River region till the end of 4th c. AD. Since 2007 systematic archaeological excavations have been carried out. The current ArchBulg Field School will focus upon Late Roman civilian basilica (3rd ‒ 4th c. AD) and an Early Hellenistic building (end of 4th c. BC).

Details about the summer school and the site can be found here.

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Matthew Kinloch

DPhil Candidate, History
President, Oxford University Byzantine Society

byzantine.society@gmail.com
https://oxfordbyzantinesociety.wordpress.com

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