Oxford Listings – Week 3

OXFORD UNIVERSITY BYZANTINE SOCIETY
OXFORD LISTINGS: Week 3

Hilary Term 2018
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MONDAY 29th January

15:00 Greek Paleography Lecture
Ioannou Centre

Nigel Wilson

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17:00 Medieval History Seminar
Wharton Room, All Souls

Sophie Page (UCL)
Demons in Heaven: Late Medieval Cosmology and Ritual Magic


TUESDAY 30th January

Please note that the usual Byzantine Epigraphy lecture with Ida Toth has been rescheduled to Week 9.

9:00 Mosaics and Society in Late Antiquity
Ioannou Centre

Ine Jacobs (Oxford)
Mosaics in 8th-century Palestine: damage and reuse

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17:00 Medieval Church and Culture Seminar (Medieval Islam)
Charles Wellbeloved Room, Harris Manchester

Irene Bavuso (IHR)
Merovingian frontiers: the Scheldt-Lower Meuse area in the 7th-8th c.

WEDNESDAY 31st January

17:00 Late Antique and Byzantine Studies Seminar
Ioannou Centre

Nicholas Matheou
Narrating the Eleventh-Century Crisis from Constantinople to Caucasia: Aristakes Lastivertsi and Michael Attaleiates Compared

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17:00 Isaiah Berlin Lectures: ‘Political Theology: A Risky Subject in History’
Lecture Room, Radcliffe Humanities Building

Gyorgy Gereby (CEU)
Christianity for and against the empire. Eusebius or Augustine?

THURSDAY 1st February

11:00 Late Antique and Byzantine Art and Archaeology Seminar
Ioannou Centre

Adam Bollok (Oxford)
Mortuary display and the burial of the rich in the late antique Eastern Mediterranean

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14:00 Khalili Centre Research Seminar
Lecture Room Khalili Research Centre

Carine Juvin (Louvre Museum)
The art of teaching: on some late Mamluk calligraphic albums

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14:00 Late Roman Seminar
Seminar Room, Corpus Christi College

Efthymios Rizos (Oxford)
The Army and the Cities in the Late Roman Balkans

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19:30 Oxford Orthodox Christian Student Society Lecture
St Gregory’s House, 1 Canterbury Road

Elena Draghici Vasilescu
Pseudo-Dionysius, a statue, and a concept of beauty

FRIDAY 2nd February

17:00 The Cult of Saints in the First Millenium
Sutro Room, Trinity College

Mary Cunningham (Nottingham)
“Garden without Seed”: The Virginal Body of Mary, the Theotokos, in Byzantium

SATURDAY 3rd February

12:15 Talking Religion
Gallery 58, Ashmolean Museum

Hugh Jeffery & Sajda van der Leeuw
Deities and Daemons

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