Centre for Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies (CLAIBS), University of Edinburgh, Byzantine Studies Seminar, Semester 1, 2021-22
4 October at 17:15, Alicia Simpson (American College of Greece):
'Philippopolis: a Byzantine metropolis in the northern Balkans'
6 October at 17:10, Mary Whitby (University of Oxford):
'An emperor and his poet: George of Pisidia on the Emperor Heraclius (610-641 CE)'
Co-hosted with the Classics Seminar
18 October at 17:15, Julian Baker (University of Oxford):
'Monetary transformations in western Anatolia in the first decades of the fourteenth century: Byzantines, Turks, and Franks between the Propontis and Rhodes'
1 November at 17:15, Nicole Paxton Sullo (Princeton University):
'The visuality of memory in later Byzantium'
15 November at 17:15, Tristan Schmidt (University of Silesia in Katowice):
'Performing military leadership in Komnenian Byzantium'
29 November at 17:15, Pantelis Golitsis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki):
'What makes a philosophy Byzantine? Some reflexions on the distinctive character of Byzantine philosophy and the use of Ancient philosophy in Byzantium'