The Oxford Listings: HT2019 / Week 4



Hilary Term 2019

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MONDAY 4th February

12.00   Bioarchaeology Seminar

School of Archaeology, 1 South Parks Road, Lecture Theatre

Patxi Ramallo, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, University of the Basque Country

Pilgrimage to Santiago: Osteological and Biomolecular Analysis on Medieval Individuals


14.15   Seminar in Palaeography and Manuscript Studies

Weston Library, Horton Room

Karl Kinsella

Plan and elevation: the architectural drawings of Richard of St. Victor


16.15   Gender in Classical Archaeology Seminar Series

The Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles’

Professor Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones, Cardiff University

Women, Dress and the Body in Pre-Islamic Iran


15.00   Medieval Archaeology Seminar

Institute of Archaeology, Lecture Theatre

Barbora Ziackova

Burials ar-Rus: imports and identity construction in funerary rituals of the eastern Viking World


17.00   Medieval History Seminar

All Souls College, Warton Room

Sara Lipton (State University of New York at Stony Brook/Corpus Christi)

Preaching Passion: Art and Emotion in Thirteenth-Century Sermons


17.00   Centre for the Reception History of the Bible

Trinity College, Danson Room

Professor Sue Gillingham (University of Oxford)

Artistic depictions of exile in illuminated Psalters

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TUESDAY 5th Februay

14:00   Later Medieval Seminar – Commemoration

St John’s College, 21 St Giles seminar room

Karl Kugle (Oxford)

Ancient music in late-medieval Europe: From 13th-century Paris to 17th-century Silesia


14:00   Byzantine Epigraphy

The Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles’

Dr Ida Toth


17:00   Medieval Church and Culture

Harris Manchester College, Charles Wellbeloved Room

Bernard Gowers (Keble/Middlebury)

Burchard of Worms, Jews and Food

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WEDNESDAY 6th February

12.00-13.00     Money in the Medieval West and Byzantium

Ashmolean Museum, Floor 2, Coin Study Centre, off Gallery 36 Japan after 1860

Dr Julian Baker

Carolingians, Vikings, Anglo-Saxons, and the birth of the medieval West, ca. 750-1150


13.00   Roman Discussion Forum

Institute of Archaeology, 36 Beaumont Street, Lecture Room

Jacopo De Grossi Mazzorin (Università di Salento), Mamoru Ikeguchi (Kurume University) and Claudia Minniti (Università di Salento)

Animal use and consumption in Roman Italy: new zooarchaeological evidence from the so-called ‘Porta Capua’, Pompeii 


13.00   Early Medieval Britain Network

Balliol College

Caitlin Ellis (History), Nik Gunn (English), Alex Johnson (Archaeology)

Three x 3: Vikings


17.00   Late Antique and Byzantine Studies Seminar

The Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles’

George Malagaris (Oxford)

Manzikert, Dandanqan, and Somnath: Nomadic and sedentary warfare in medieval Eurasia


17.00   The Slade Lectures 2019: Islam and Image: Beyond Aniconism and Iconoclasm

Maths Institute, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter 

Economies of Imaging: Bowls, Baths and Bazaars


17.00   Oxford Archaeological Fieldwork Seminar

Institute of Archaeology, 36 Beaumont Street, Lecture Room

Achilles Iasonos

Deep Sea Archaeology in Cyprus: Extracting Archaeological Data from the Oil and Gas Industry

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THURSDAY 7th February

11.00-12.30     Byzantine Art and Archaeology Seminar

Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles’, First Floor Seminar Room

Aleksandra Pawlikowska

Monastic communities in the Western Thebes. Reusing pagan space


16.30   Aquinas Seminar Series: “The Good of Human Interdependence”

Blackfriars Hall, Aula

Prof Patricio Dominguez

The Theory of Passions as Constituent of a Theory of Providence


17.00   Late Roman Seminar

Corpus Christi College

Marine Tesson (Paris-Est Créteil and Maison française d’Oxford)

Constantina, daughter of Constantine


17.00   Khalili Research Centre Seminars

Wolfson College

No Seminar


17.00   Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance music

All Souls, Wharton Room

Étienne Anheim, Directeur d’études, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

The musical chapel of the popes in Avignon during the fourteenth century 

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FRIDAY 8th February

9.30-11.00       Byzantine Text Seminar

Ioannou Center, 66 St Giles

Professor Lauxtermann


11.00-12.45     KRC Manuscript Viewing Sessions

Weston Library, Horton Seminar Room

TF and Cailah Jackson, Bodleian Bahari Fellow 2019

Manuscript production under Mongol rule c.1258–1410: Ilkhanid, Injuid, Jalayirid and Muzaffarid

Registration is required. Please contact


12.00-13.00     Byzantine Literature

Ioannou Center, 66 St Giles

Professor Lauxtermann


14.15   Seminar in the history of the book

Weston Library, Broad Street, Oxford Level 2 Visiting Scholars’ Centre (VSC)

15cBOOKTRADE tools for the History of Art

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