The Oxford Listings – Week 4

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OXFORD UNIVERSITY BYZANTINE SOCIETY

OXFORD LISTINGS: Week 4

 

Trinity Term 2017
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MONDAY 15 May

 

17:00   Medieval History Seminar
Wharton Room, All Souls College

Catherine Rider (University of Exeter)

‘Religious views of infertility in the Middle Ages.’
TUESDAY​ 16 May

 

14:00 The Greek City under Rome

Ioannou Centre

Anna Heller (Tours)

Kingship and elite representation in honorific inscriptions from Roman Asia Minor

 

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14:00 The Archaeology and Material Culture of the Medieval Islamic West

Khalili Research Centre Lecture Room,

Dr Tom Nickson (London, Courtauld Institute)

Light and Lighting in al-Andalus

 

 

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17:00 Patristics Seminar

Christ Church

Valentina Duca

‘A light that shines by Grace’: Faith, Trust and Suffering in Isaac of Nineveh

 

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17:00 Medieval Church and Culture Seminar

Carpenter Room, Harris Manchester College

June Effemey (SEH)

Medieval Tenement Plots in Oxford and Southampton: Owners and Occupiers, Winners and Losers

 

Henry Tann (St John’s)

Udendo la ‘ngordigia’: Commercial attitudes in Boccacio and in Milanese Merchant Quaderni

 

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WEDNESDAY 17 May

 

 

17:00   Late Antique and Byzantine Studies Seminar

Lecture Theatre, Ioannou Centre for Classical & Byzantine Studies

Simon Ford (Oxford)

Framing a narrative: Synagogue Conversion in the late Antique Medieterranean

 

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17:00 Julian: historical and philosophical Perspectives

Seminar Room, Corpus Christi College

Adrien Lecerf (Centre Leon Robin, Paris)

New Ways to Tradition: Julian and Cynicism

 

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17:00 (Re-)Appropriation of Epigraphic Texts Across Cultures Reading Group

Mure Room, Merton College

Yegor Grebnev (Merton)

The Re-invention of Early Ritual Bronzes as “Time Capsules” of Sage Kings in Ancient China

 

If you have any queries, please contact Yegor Grebnev (yegor.grebnev@merton.ox.ac.uk) .

 

THURSDAY ​18 May

11:00 Late Antique and Byzantine Archaeology and Art Seminar

First Floor Seminar Room, Ioannou Centre

Stephen Humphries (Durham)

Crosses as water purification devices in the Byzantine Near East

 

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17:00 After Rome: Aspects of the history and Archaeology of the Fifth to Seventh Century

Sutro Room, Trinity College

Stanislaw Adamiak (University of Warsaw)

Who was rebaptised by the Donatists and why?

 

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17:00 Introduction to Textual Criticism for Orientalists and Byzantinists

Faculty Room, Oriental Institute,

Emilio Bonfiglio (Pembroke College/University of Vienna)

 This is the second a of a two-lecture series addressed to students who intend to prepare a critical edition in either Greek, Latin, or any other ancient language of medieval oriental Christianity. The purpose of these lectures is to equip students with the basic principles of textual criticism. The methodology of the lectures is eminently practical, the aim being to present the necessary steps for the preparation of a critical edition. Among the topics discussed: how to prepare collations, understanding a ‘stemma codicum’, the function of ‘recensio’, what to put in an ‘apparatus criticus’, what the introduction of a critical edition ought to contain.

 For more information email: emilio.bonfiglio@orinst.ox.ac.uk   

 

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​FRIDAY ​19 May

 

12:00 Byzantine Literature Lectures

Ioannou Centre,

Marc Lauxtermann (Exeter College)

Beast Literature in Byzantium

 

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17:00 Book Launch: Celebration of the publication of a  translation of Jonas of Bobbio’s Life of Columbanus

Sutro Room, Trinity College

Julia Smith (All Souls)

Jonas and Columbanus on Miracles and Materiality

Graham Barrett (Lincoln University)

Memory, history, and forgetting in Johnas of Bobbio

 

Thomas Charles-Edwards (Oxford)

Jonas and Columbanus

 

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Mirela Ivanova

DPhil Candidate, History
President, Oxford University Byzantine Society

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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