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Associazione Italiana
di Studi Bizantini
Newsletter – Edizione del 15 ottobre 2014
Redazione: Donatella Bucca; Francesco D'Aiuto; Luigi D'Amelia
Indirizzo: [email protected]
SOMMARIO:
A. EVENTI
1. "2014 BSANA CONFERENCE: BYZANTINE STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF NORTH
AMERICA" (VANCOUVER, 06-09.11.2014)
2. "BYZANTINE CULTURAL ROUTES IN TURKEY, ITALY AND RUSSIA"
(ISTANBUL, 10.10.2014)
3. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: "THE DOOR OF THE SANCTUARY: A PLACE
OF TRANSITION" (AMSTERDAM, 27-29.05.2015): CALL FOR PAPERS (15.10.2014)
4. I GIOVEDI' DELL'ORIENTALE: "CRISTIANIZZAZIONE: EVANGELIZZAZIONE E
SCELTE POLITICHE". CONFERENZA DI M. BAIS, PER L'AREA ARMENA (ROMA,
16.10.2014)
5. CORPUS DEI PAPIRI STORICI GRECI: UN BILANCIO E UN DIBATTITO (ROMA,
16.10.2014)
6. "PEOPLE ON THE MOVE AND THE THINGS THEY CARRY: HISTORICAL,
SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DIMENSIONS OF MOBILITY IN BYZANTIUM AND
BEYOND" (VIENNA, 18.10.2014)
7. CONVEGNO: MANUSCRIPT DIGITIZATION AND ON LINE ACCESSIBILITY:
WHAT IS GOING ON? (ROMA, 23.10.2014)
8. SECONDO WORKSHOP DEL PROGETTO INTERNAZIONALE "PALAMEDES"
(RAVENNA, 07-08.11.2014)
9. WORKSHOP: "WOMEN AND MONASTICISM IN THE MEDIEVAL EASTERN
MEDITERRANEN: DECODING A CULTURAL MAP" (ATHENS, 07-09.11.2014)
10. PRESENTAZIONE DEL VOLUME: A. TORNO GINNASI, "L'INCORONAZIONE
CELESTE NEL MONDO BIZANTINO. POLITICA, CERIMONIALE, NUMISMATICA E
ARTI FIGURATIVE" (MILANO, 15.11.2014)
11. CONFERENCE: "SYRIAC INTELLECTUAL CULTURE IN LATE ANTIQUITY:
TRANSLATION, TRANSMISSION, AND INFLUENCE" (OXFORD, 30-31.01.2015):
CALL FOR PAPERS (DEADLINE: 17.11.2014)
12. WORKSHOP: "ALTE WEGE -- NEUE ZIELE? DAS BYZANTINISCHE
PILGERWESEN IM WANDEL" (MAINZ, 20-21.11.2014)
13. "INTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE IN LATE ANTIQUE HISTORIOGRAPHY
(GHENT, 16-18.09.2014): CALL FOR PAPERS (DEADLINE: 31.12.2014)
14. COLLOQUIUM: "THE MANY FACETS OF THE SECOND SOPHISTIC"
(UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG, 23-25.10.2015): CALL FOR PAPERS (DEADLINE:
01.03.2015)
B. PUBBLICAZIONI
1. M. HINTERBERGER (ED.), "THE LANGUAGE OF BYZANTINE LEARNED
LITERATURE" (2014)
2. "LEXIKON ZUR BYZANTINISCHEN GRAEZITAET", ONLINE: FASCICLES I-VI
3. "TRAVAUX ET MEMOIRES [DU] CENTRE D'HISTOIRE ET DE CIVILISATION DE
BYZANCE", 18 [= "MELANGES JEAN-PIERRE MAHE'"] (2014)
4. "GRECO ANTICO NELL'OCCIDENTE CAROLINGIO" (2014)
5. J.-M. MARTIN, "BYZANCE ET L'ITALIE MERIDIONALE" (2014)
6. E. AVGOLOUPI, "SIMBOLOGIA DELLE GEMME IMPERIALI BIZANTINE NELLA
TRADIZIONE SIMBOLICA MEDITERRANEA DELLE PIETRE PREZIOSE (SECOLI IXV d.C.)" (2014)
7. E. ELIA, "LIBRI GRECI NELLA BIBLIOTECA NAZIONALE UNIVERSITARIA DI
TORINO. I MANOSCRITTI DI ANDREAS DARMARIOS" (2014)
8. P. VARALDA (CUR.), "MICHELE PSELLO, VITA DI S. AUSSENZIO DI BITINIA"
(2014)
C. NOTIZIE
1. UNIVERSITA' DI PALERMO: DOTTORATO DI RICERCA (STUDI LETTERARI,
FILOLOGICO-LINGUISTICI E STORICO-CULTURALI), A.A. 2014-2015 (DEADLINE:
22.10.2014)
2. OIKOS, THE NATIONAL RESEARCH SCHOOL IN CLASSICS IN THE
NETHERLANDS, CALLED "ANCHORING INNOVATION": PHD AND POST-DOC
POSITIONS (DEADLINE: 31.10.2014)
3. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA):
TENURE-TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ROMAN STUDIES (APPLICATION
DEADLINE: 01.11.2014)
4. UNIVERSITY OF AGDER (NORWAY): RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (APPLICATION
DEADLINE: 01.11.2014)
5. WISSENSCHAFTLICHE MITARBEITERSTELLE: FORSCHUNGSSTELLE FUER
DEN CHRISTLICHEN ORIENT, UNIVERSITAET EICHSTAETT (DEADLINE:
10.11.2014)
6. TUFTS UNIVERSITY: TENURE-TRACK MELLON BRIDGE ASSISTANT
PROFESSORSHIP (DEADLINE: 21.11.2014)
7. JERUSALEM, THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY: POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH
FELLOWSHIP AT THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF CHRISTIANITY, 2015-2016
(APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.12.2014)
8. PRINCETON UNIVERSITY: POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN
HELLENIC STUDIES (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.12.2014)
9. POSTDOC: RCAC (ISTANBUL) FELLOWSHIPS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 20152016 (APPLICATION DEADLINES: 15.12.2014-15.01.2015)
10. SOURCES CHRETIENNES: STAGE D'ECDOTIQUE (LYON, 16-20.02.2015;
CLOTURE DES INSCRIPTIONS: 23.01.2015)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A. EVENTI
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[1]. "2014 BSANA CONFERENCE: BYZANTINE STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF NORTH
AMERICA" (VANCOUVER, 06-09.11.2014)
Da: Aisbnews ([email protected])
BYZANTINE STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA
2014 BYZANTINE STUDIES CONFERENCE
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver CA
(6-9 November 2014)
PROGRAM
Friday, November 7, 2014
8:30 AM Welcome
Segal Building, 500 Granville Street
Dimitris KRALLIS, Simon Fraser University
9:00-11:30 Session 1
1A Session in honor of Erica Cruikshank Dodd. The visual culture of Byzantium in a Mediterranean
context
Chair: Lesley JESSOP, University of Victoria, B.C
- "Visual Theology in Early Byzantine and Islamic Art": Rico FRANSES, American University of
Beirut
- "Three Women and their Icons in the Context of the Crusades": Annemarie WEYL CARR,
Southern Methodist University
- "Two 13th Century Icons from the Monastery of St. Catherine: Byzantine or Crusader": Jaroslav
FOLDA, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- "The Silks of Palermo in Philagathos' Ekphrasis and the Byzantine Textile Industry of the Twelfth
Century": Evanthia BABOULA, University of Victoria
Respondent: Anthony CUTLER, Pennsylvania State University
1B The Self in Byzantine Poetry
Chair: Derek KRUEGER
- "Autobiography or Autography: Seeking the True Self in Gregory of Nazianzus' Poemata de
seipso": Suzanne ABRAMS REBILLARD, Ithaca, NY
- "Ephrem's Economic 'I' and the Problem of Early Byzantine Authorship": Jeffrey WICKES, Saint
Louis University
- "Blindness and Self-Recognition in Nonnos of Panopolis' Metaphrasis of John 9": Scott F.
JOHNSON, Georgetown University and Dumbarton Oaks
- "Social and Personal Self in Tzetzes' Chiliades": Aglae PIZZONE, University of Geneva
- "Depictions of the Self in the Poems of Manuel Philes": Marina BAZZANI, University of Oxford
11:30-11:45 AM-Coffee Break
11:45AM-1:15PM-Session 2
2A The Emperor and the Church, Part One
Chair:
- "Theodosius II and the First Council of Ephesus": George BEVAN, Queen's University
- "When the Emperor Changed his Mind": Patrick GRAY, York University
- "Victory Over the Enemy of the Church: The Empire, the Church and the Council of Nicaea":
Edward MASON, University of Kentucky
2B Byzantine Monumental Art
- "The Economy of Salvation at the Red Monastery Church, Upper Egypt": Elizabeth BOLMAN,
Temple University
- "Painting and Ideology in 14th-Century Mistras: The Iconographic Program of the Gallery in the
Virgin Hodegetria": Nektarios ZARRAS, The University of the Aegean
- "The Protevangelium of James and the wall mosaics in the (Justinianic?) Eufrasiana": Thomas E.
SCHWEIGERT, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
1:15-2:15 P.M.- Lunch
2:15-3:45 P.M.-Session 3
3A Eros and Logos: Sexual Desire in Byzantine Literature
Chair: Margaret MULLETT, Dumbarton Oaks
- "What Love Is This?: Divine Fantasy in Symeon the New Theologian's Erotes": Derek
KRUEGER, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- "Inventive Logos, Coercive Eros: The Poetics of Passion in Eustathios Makrembolites' Hysmine
and Hysminias": Christina CHRISTOFORATOU, Baruch College, CUNY
- "Furtive Eros, Thieving Aphrodite: Transgressive Desire in the Cycle of Agathias": Steven D.
SMITH, Hofstra University
3B Two Columns and a Stylite
Chair: Eunice DAUTERMAN MAGUIRE, Johns Hopkins University
- "The Narrative Reconfiguration of an Imperial Monument: How the Bronze Horseman Became
Heraclius": Elena N. BOECK, DePaul University
- "Pillars of the Community: Stylites as Architecture": Shannon STEINER, Bryn Mawr College
3:45-4:00 P.M.- Coffee Break
4:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M- Session 4
4A Byzantine Women
Chair: Alice-Mary TALBOT, Dumbarton Oaks
- "Early Byzantine Sarcophagi and the Iconography of Educated Susanna": Catherine C. TAYLOR,
Brigham Young University
- "East and West Marry: Considering Translatio as Women's Work in Bridging Mediterranean
Empire": Megan MOORE, University of Missouri
- "From the Imperial Palace to the Province: The Early Formation of Byzantine Marriage Ritual":
Gabriel RADLE, Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Dumbarton Oaks
- "Motherhood in Late Byzantium: Blessing, purification and penitential rites pertaining to
childbirth and child loss": Nina GLIBETIC, Yale University
4B Objects in Context: Material Spatiality and Byzantine Textiles
Sponsored by The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture
Co-chairs: Jennifer BALL, Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center, CUNY; Gudrun BUEHL,
Dumbarton Oaks; and Elizabeth WILLIAMS, Dumbarton Oaks
- "'Numerous Escort': Liturgical Objects in Concert during the Late Byzantine Great Entrance":
Tera Lee HEDRICK, Northwestern University
- "Shaping Experience: Curtains and Veils in Middle and Late Byzantium", Maria G. PARANI,
University of Cyprus, Nicosia
- "Furnishing the Household Memory Theater in Late Antiquity": Thelma K. THOMAS, Institute of
Fine Arts, New York University
- "Woven Architecture and the Early Byzantine Sense of Human Space", Eunice DAUTERMAN
MAGUIRE, Johns Hopkins University
7:30-9:00 Keynote Speech
Segal Building, 500 Granville Street
Saturday, November 8, 2014
9:00AM-11:00 AM Session 5
5A Byzantines and Latins
Chair: Teresa SHAWCROSS, Princeton University
- "Greek Scripts and Latin Elites: (Re)Presenting Byzantine Lordship in Pre-Norman Southern
Italy": Norman UNDERWOOD, University of California-Berkeley
- "Symbiosis: The Survival of Greek Christianity in the Norman Kingdom of Sicily": Frank
MCGOUGH, The Ohio State University
- "Socio-Economic Continuity and Political Unity in Frankish Achaea, 1204-1259": Kevin
BLOOMFIELD, The Ohio State University
- "Fleeing the Image Breakers: Ecclesiastical Refugees in Italy": Joseph WESTERN, Saint Louis
University
5B Byzantine Art
Chair: Anthony CUTLER, Pennsylvania State University
- "Divinely-Mandated Regime Change: Elijah and "Macedonian" Dynastic Ideology in the Paris
Gregory": Christopher TIMM, Florida State University
- "They Who First Are Granted the Divine Enlightenment: Angels, Translucency, and Light in
Byzantine Art": Magdalene BETHGE BREIDENTHAL, Yale University
- "Epigrams and the Presentation of Relics in the Middle Byzantine Period": Brad HOSTETLER,
Florida State University
- "A Reinterpretation of Silk in the Middle Byzantine Period": Julia GALLIKER, University of
Birmingam, UK
11:00-11:15 A.M.-Coffee Break
11:15 A.M.- 1:15- Session 6
6A Byzantine Texts and Textuality
Chair: Stephen REINERT, Rutgers University
- "Praise of a Teacher or Periautology?: Theodore II Laskaris' Self-Representation in the Encomium
of George Akropolites": Aleksandar JOVANOVIC, Simon Fraser University
- "Teaching Methods and Educational Practice in the Eleventh Century": Sergei MARIEV, Ludwig
Maximilians University of Munich
- "Byzantinophilia in the Letters of Grigor Magistros Pahwaluni?": Anna LINDEN WELLER,
Rutgers University
- "Rethinking the biography of Anna Komnene": Leonora NEVILLE, University of Wisconsin
Madison
6B The Eloquence of Art: Session Dedicated to Henry Maguire
Chair: Rossitza B. SCHROEDER, Graduate Theological Union
- "King David Narratives in the Dura-Europos Synagogue": Kara L. SCHENK, Austin, TX
- "New Evidence for Middle-Byzantine Court Dress: The Clasp from Tahancha": Warren T.
WOODFIN, Queens College, CUNY
- "The Kanon for 'He who is at the Point of Death' and its Iconography in Leimonos MS 295",
Vasileios MARINIS, Yale University
- "A Byzantine Cameo and the Rhetoric of Paradise": James A. MAGRUDER, III, Johns Hopkins
University
1:15-3:15 P.M. Business Lunch
3:15-4:45 Session 7
7A Audience and Intent: Patrons and Innovation in Church Fresco Iconography
Chair: Erica CRUIKSHANK DODD
- "Jaroslav I's Political Ideology in the Northern Chapels of Saint Sophia, Kiev": Sarah C.
SIMMONS, Florida State University
- "And their eyes were opened: the perceptions of Christ's Miracle Cycle in the early Palaiologan
period": Maria Alessia ROSSI, Courtauld Institute of Art, London
- "Antiquarianism in Late Byzantine Mystras": Andrea MATTIELLO, University of Birmingham,
UK
7B The Emperor and the Church, Part Two
- "What Was the Council in Trullo?": David Olster, University of Kentucky
- "Bishop and Imperial Court, 350-430 CE: Tracing Patterns of Social Interaction across Multiple
Letter Collections": Adam M. SCHOR, University of South Carolina
- "Emperor and Church Politics, 484-518: The Eastern Reception of Papal Primacy Claims": Dana
Iuliana VIEZURE, Seton Hall University
4:45-5:00 P.M. - Coffee Break
5:00-7:00 P.M.-Session 8
8A. Cultural Exchange in the Frankish Levant (Sponsored by the International Center for Medieval
Art -- ICMA)
Chair: Cecily HILSDALE, McGill University
- "Spaces of Encounter and Plurality: Architectural Transformation at the Sanctuary of St. George
in Lydda": Heather A. BADAMO, University of Chicago
- "The Authority of Place and the Church of the Nativity": Lisa MAHONEY, DePaul University
- "Jerusalem as 'Middle Ground': Eastern Christian Art and Identity in the Crusader Period": Glenn
PEERS, University of Texas at Austin
- "'Lest some discord arise':The Resafa Heraldry Cup at the Siege of Acre": Richard A. LESON,
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
8B Byzantine Theology and Worship
Chair: Geoffrey GREATREX, University of Ottawa
- "Ps.-Dionysius the Areopagite's Festival Rhetoric: Theoria at the Dormition": Byron
MACDOUGALL, Brown University
- "Repentant Demons in Medieval Syrian Orthodox Thought": Elizabeth ANDERSON, Yale
University
- "Bishops Behaving Badly: The Life and Times of Theophilus of Alexandria": Young Richard
KIM, Calvin College
- "Polemics and Emperors in Theodoret's Ecclesiastical History": Joseph J. REIDY, Saint Louis
University
- "Pulcheria Redivivus: The Cult of the Virgin and the Nestorian Controversy": Stephen J.
SHOEMAKER, University of Oregon
Sunday, November 9 2014
9:00 A.M-12:00 P.M. Session 9
9A Byzantine Monks and Saints
Chair: Alexander ANGELOV, College of William and Mary
- "Monks, Monasteries and Holy Mountains: the Monastic Topography of Byzantine Thrace (10th14th centuries)": George MAKRIS, University of Birmingham
- "Picnics, Processions, and Panegyreis in The Miracles of Thekla": Linda HONEY, Millarville,
Alberta CA
- "Nature and Conflict in Byzantine Lakonia": Alexander OLSON, University of WisconsinMadison
- "Theodoros Balsamon's Monks: Byzantine Monasticism in the Commentaries on the Canons":
Hannah EWING, Rollins College
9B Byzantine Archaeology and Numismatics
Chair: Kostis KOURELIS, Franklin & Marshall College
- "Constantinople's Gate to the Mediterranean World: An Archaeological Study of the Harbor of
Theodosius in Yenikapi": Ayse ERCAN, Columbia University
- "Transition or Decline? Hierapytna and Crete in the Seventh Century A.D.": Scott GALLIMORE,
Wilfrid Laurier University
- "The Imperial Image Imprinted: Circulation, Materiality, and Translation in Kievan Coinage, c.
988-1240": Alexandra KELEBAY, McGill University
- "A Matter of Degree: A Re-Assessment of the Evidence for Urban Continuity Despite Disruption
in Seventh-Century Byzantium": Daniel J. E. KELLY, St. John's University
9C Byzance apres Byzance: Byzantine Hues in the Cultural and Historical Canvas of the Modern
Balkans
Chairs: Dimitris KRALLIS, Simon Fraser University, and Thomas KUEHN, Simon Fraser
University
- "Resurrecting the (Byzantine?) Law: State Formation and Legal Debates in Nineteenth Century
Greece": Evdoxios DOXIADIS, Simon Fraser University
- "Between Culture and Politics: Identity, the Balkan Enlightenment, and the Greek War of
Independence": Alex TIPEI, Indiana University, Bloomington
- "Resisting the West, Excluding the Byzantine: The Heritage of Turkey's Heritage Institutions":
Daniel David SHOUP, Oakland, California
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS:
http://www.bsana.net/conference/Abstracts_2014.pdf
CONFERENCE WEBSITE:
http://www.bsana.net/conference/
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[2]. "BYZANTINE CULTURAL ROUTES IN TURKEY, ITALY AND RUSSIA" (ISTANBUL,
10.10.2014)
Da: Alessandra Ricci ([email protected])
BYZANTINE CULTURAL ROUTES IN TURKEY, ITALY AND RUSSIA
First Meeting
(October 10, 2014 - Kucukyali ArkeoPark, Istanbul)
Within the framework of the LIMEN - Cultural Ports From Aegean to the Black Sea Project,
conducted in line with the European Union's Black Sea Cross Border Cooperation Programme and
supported by the Turkish Republic Ministry of European Union Affairs and the Undersecretariat of
Treasury's Central Finance and Contracts Unit, the Kucukyali ArkeoPark project team and the
Culture Routes Society of Turkey have organized the first in the series of meetings aimed at
developing intranational and crossborder urban cultural routes.
FINAL PROGRAM
09:30 - 09:40: Opening -- Introduction by the hosts
09:40 - 10:10: Overview of Byzantine Cultural Routes in Europe: Dr. Igor DANILOV, Association
Cities Heirs of Byzantium (ACEB)
10:10 - 10:30: Cultural Routes in Rural Contexts (Europe and Turkey): Kate CLOW / Huseyin
Eryurt, The Culture Routes Society of Turkey
10:30 - 10:50: The Byzantine Heritage of Demre - Churches and Old Roads: Dr. Bulent ISLER,
Gazi University
10:50 - 11:00: Summary and brief discussion of the first session
11:00 - 11:20: Coffee / Tea Break
11:20 - 11:40: Neglected Byzantine Monuments of Istanbul: It's Time to Investigate and Develop
Them for Tourists: Dr. Sergei A. IVANOV, President of the Scientific Council of the Foundation
Metropoli Bisanzio
11:40 - 11:55: Guiding Byzantine Istanbul: Arzu TUTUK ALTINAY
11:55 - 12:10: Ottoman/Byzantine fortifications on the Upper Bosphorus: Gizem DORTER and Dr.
Lucienne THYS-SENOCAK, Koc University
12:10 - 12:25: Between Two Seas - A Walking Itinerary Across Rural, Suburban and Urban Areas:
Serkan TAYCAN
12:25 - 12:35: Summary and brief discussion of the second session
12:35 - 14:00: Lunch Break
14:00 - 14:30: Istanbul's Byzantine Heritage and the Kucukyali ArkeoPark and LIMEN projects:
Dr. Alessandra RICCI, Baris ALTAN, Dr. Aysegul YILMAZ
14:30 - 14:45: St. Paul Trail and Community Engagement: Ibrahim AGARTAN
14:45 - 15:15: Closing -- next steps, possible future plans, etc.: Moderated by Dr. Igor DANILOV
and Dr. Alessandra RICCI
15:15 - 16:00: Guided tour at the Kucukyali ArkeoPark
Note: All presentations will be in English. The workshop is open to the public.
MEETING LOCATION:
Kucukyali ArkeoPark Project Office
Cinar Mahallesi Sosyal Sokak, Haci Osman Apt. Shop No. 2
Kucukyali, Maltepe -- Istanbul
Facebook address: https://www.facebook.com/kucukyaliarkeopark
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[3]. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: "THE DOOR OF THE SANCTUARY: A PLACE OF
TRANSITION" (AMSTERDAM, 27-29.05.2015): CALL FOR PAPERS (15.10.2014)
Da: Frederick Lauritzen ([email protected])
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
"THE DOOR OF THE SANCTUARY: A PLACE OF TRANSITION"
VU University
Amsterdam, 27-28-29 May 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS
In sanctuaries, the boundaries between the profane and the sacred are marked by doors on different
levels, either physical or symbolic: gateways in a precinct, the outer doors of a temple or church, the
inner doors of a cella or holy of holies. Pagans and Christians have recorded their perceptions of
these liminal spaces in literature, giving us a glimpse of their emotions and ideas. What did
someone entering a pagan or Christian sanctuary see, hear, smell, feel? Who was excluded at the
door, who was admitted? What symbolic meaning did a door have? What continuities and changes
can be identified in Late Antiquity?
The conference aims to elucidate the transition from the worldly to the divine by focusing on the
door of the sanctuary during Late Antiquity a key period of transition in which, with the spread of
Christianity, cultural paradigms were redefined. With pagans and Christians living side by side
there were many religious debates. During this period, description of churches developed into a
specific genre. An early example in the Greek East is Eusebius' description (in his Ecclesiastical
History X.4.37ss.) of the church of Tyre built by the bishop Paulinus (ca. 316-317). The door plays
a decisive role in this description. A similar example in the Latin West is the description of the
doors of the basilica of Felix by Paulinus of Nola, in Letter 32 and Carmina 27 and 28.
The theme of the conference, the experience of the sanctuary door as a place of transition, will be
addressed by an interdisciplinary and dynamic approach. This will embrace literary and material
sources from the 3rd to the 8th centuries CE, from different regions of the Mediterranean world and
from different linguistic, religious and cultural contexts. It will deal with sensory perceptions (light,
music, smell, touch) and intellectual perceptions (symbolic meanings). A further dimension to this
theme may be added by comparative studies from other religions, i.e. papers on the door of the
sanctuary in Judaism and Islam.
It is intended that participants of the conference will come from different disciplines: specialists in
Greek and Latin, archaeology, art history and history of religion. Each participant should aim to
deliver a transdisciplinary paper on the door of the sanctuary in pagan or Christian Late Antiquity,
in the Greek East or in the Latin West. He/she should depart from his/her own field of expertise,
relate material, sociological, ritual and symbolic aspects to each other and explore different kinds of
experiences as fully as possible. During the conference, participants will work together as an
interdisciplinary team. Each participant will present his/her paper in plenary sessions and act as a
referee to the paper of another participant from another discipline. The results of the conference, an
introduction and a selection of representative papers will be published in a thematic volume.
Although we shall be able to reimburse some of the participants' costs, at present we are unable to
say to what extent. We would therefore be grateful if you could also apply for financial support
from your own institution.
Members from faculties, independent researchers and graduate students (PhD) are invited to submit
an abstract of no more than 500 words together with a brief biography and a list of publications to
[email protected], with as an e-mail title "The Door of the Sanctuary". Closing date: October
15th 2014. Notification of acceptance will be sent by November 15th, 2014.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[4.] I GIOVEDI' DELL'ORIENTALE: "CRISTIANIZZAZIONE: EVANGELIZZAZIONE E
SCELTE POLITICHE". CONFERENZA DI M. BAIS, PER L'AREA ARMENA (ROMA,
16.10.2014)
Da: Ufficio Stampa PIO ([email protected])
PONTIFICIO ISTITUTO ORIENTALE
Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore, 7 -- Roma
Anno Accademico 2014 - 2015
I Giovedi' dell'Orientale - Cristianizzazione: evangelizzazione e scelte politiche
16 ottobre 2014 - ore 16:00
Prof. Marco Bais - Area Armena
Giovedi' 16 ottobre p.v. alle ore 16:00 primo appuntamento dell'anno con I Giovedi' dell'Orientale.
Il Prof. Marco Bais, esperto dell'area armena, dara' inizio alla tematica scelta per questo nuovo anno
accademico: "Cristianizzazione: evangelizzazione e scelte politiche". Il Pontificio Istituto Orientale
offre agli studenti degli Atenei di Roma, agli studiosi e a tutte le persone interessate un ciclo di
lezioni introduttive all'Oriente cristiano ad accesso libero e gratuito. Ciascuna lezione mira a
presentare le problematiche salienti, lo stato dell'arte, della ricerca e le questioni aperte relative
all'area trattata. Dal 16 ottobre 2014 al 18 giugno 2015 ogni terzo giovedi' del mese alle ore 16.00.
Per visualizzare il calendario completo degli appuntamenti per il nuovo anno accademico
http://www.unipio.org/index.php/notizie-pio-pontificio-istituto-orientale/news-edeventi/item/download/110_3368895cf45eecbc1a3e7d8542bb2617
Direzione e coordinamento scientifico:
Prof. Philippe Luisier S.J. (Decano della Facolta' di Scienze Ecclesiastiche Orientali) -- Prof. Gaga
Shurgaia (Docente di Lingua Georgiana)
Per aggiornamenti sulle attivita' accademiche e para-accademiche: www.unipio.org
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[5.] CORPUS DEI PAPIRI STORICI GRECI: UN BILANCIO E UN DIBATTITO (ROMA,
16.10.2014)
Istituto Italiano per la Storia Antica -- Centro di Studi Papirologici dell'Universita' del Salento
"CORPUS DEI PAPIRI STORICI GRECI: UN BILANCIO E UN DIBATTITO"
con Mario CAPASSO, Giovanni GERACI, Alessandro SCHIESARO, Giuseppe ZECCHINI
giovedi' 16 ottobre 2014, ore 16.30
Via Milano, 76 -- Roma
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[6]. "PEOPLE ON THE MOVE AND THE THINGS THEY CARRY: HISTORICAL, SOCIAL
AND DEMOGRAPHIC DIMENSIONS OF MOBILITY IN BYZANTIUM AND BEYOND"
(VIENNA, 18.10.2014)
Da: Aisbnews ([email protected])
"PEOPLE ON THE MOVE AND THE THINGS THEY CARRY:
HISTORICAL, SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC DIMENSIONS OF MOBILITY
IN BYZANTIUM AND BEYOND"
(Saturday, 18 October 2014)
Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, University of Vienna
(Postgasse 7, back building, 3rd floor, 1st district)
PROGRAM:
08:30 Registration
08:50 Welcoming Remarks
9.00-10.00 Ulrike Koenen, Muenster University: "Exotische Kunstwerke im Reisegepaeck:
Bestaunt, begehrt, normiert und nachgeahmt"
Respondent: Claudia Rapp, Dep. of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Univ.of Vienna
10.00-11.00 Martin Vucetic, Wissenschaftscampus Mainz
"The basileus on the Move. Encounters of Byzantine Emperors with Foreign Rulers at Places other
than Constantinople (7th-12th Centuries)"
Respondent: Ewald Kislinger, Dep. of Byz. and Modern Greek Studies, Univ. of Vienna
11.30-12.30 Sebastian Kolditz, University Heidelberg
"Emperors, Bishops and Diplomats: the Byzantine Presence in Italy at the Time of the Council of
Ferrara-Florence"
Respondent: Thomas Pruegl, Department of Catholic Theology, University of Vienna
14.00-15.00 Alessandro Tosini, Turin University
"Palace Architecture between Baghdad and Constantinople. The Reception of Foreigners and the
Mobility of Ceremonial Models in Sources and Iconography (10th Century)"
15.00-16.00 Falko Daim, Wissenschaftscampus Mainz
"Zu den Awaren und ihren Beziehungen: China und Byzanz"
Respondent: Johannes Giessauf, Department of History, Graz University
16.30-17.30 Alexander Beihammer, University of Cyprus
"Byzantium and the Seljuqs"
Respondent: Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, Division of Byzantine Research, Austrian Academy of
Sciences
17.30-18.30 Kristina Lavysh, National Academy of Sciences, Minsk
"Western Rus in Contact with Byzantium and the Orient"
Respondent: Heinz Miklas, Department of Slavonic Studies, University of Vienna
18:30-18:45 Concluding Discussion
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[7]. CONVEGNO: MANUSCRIPT DIGITIZATION AND ON LINE ACCESSIBILITY: WHAT
IS GOING ON? (ROMA, 23.10.2014)
Da: Aisbnews ([email protected])
"MANUSCRIPT DIGITIZATION AND ON LINE ACCESSIBILITY: WHAT IS GOING ON?"
(Roma, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, Salone Borromini, 23.10.2014)
In programma nel Salone Borromini della Biblioteca Vallicelliana, dalle 8.30 alle 18.30, un
incontro internazionale per parlare del manoscritto nell'era della digitalizzazione e dei modi per
accedere a tali risorse. "Manuscript digitization and on line accessibility: what is going on?" e'
organizzato da "Bibliotheca Italica Manuscripta" (BIM), istituzione che ha l'obiettivo di descrivere,
documentare e valorizzare i manoscritti medievali italiani, e dalla Vallicelliana, con gli auspici dell'
"Association paleographique internationale: culture ecriture societe'" (Apices) e dell'Istituto centrale
per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane e delle informazioni bibliografiche (Iccu).
Ingresso libero prenotazione obbligatoria. Siamo spiacenti di comunicare che le iscrizioni sono
chiuse.
Si prega coloro che si sono iscritti, e che hanno ricevuto la conferma, di dare comunicazione di
un'eventuale disdetta, qualora fossero impossibilitati a essere presenti al Convegno.
PROGRAM
9.00-9.15 Welcome
9.15-9.30 Introduction to the workshop
Stefano Zamponi, Universita' degli studi di Firenze, Coordinator of "BIM. Bibliotheca Italica
Manuscripta"
Marilena Maniaci, Universita' degli studi di Cassino e del Lazio meridionale
9.30-11.00
I. National and international programs: present and (near) future
9.30-9.50 "La digitalizzazione dei manoscritti presso la Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana": Cesare
Pasini, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Prefect
9.50-10.10 "'e-codices': traguardi raggiunti ed obiettivi futuri": Marina Bernasconi Reusser, Project
contributor
10.10-10.30 "New initiatives and projects for manuscript digitization in German libraries": Bettina
Wagner, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Muenchen
10.30-11.00 Discussion
11.00-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-11.50 "Digitised Manuscripts at the British Library: initiating, developing and implementing
new workflows,
infrastructure and interfaces, 2008-present": Scott McKendrick, British Library, Western
Manuscript Department, Director
11.50-12.10 "Progetti di digitalizzazione dei manoscritti conservati nelle biblioteche italiane": Lucia
Merolla, ICCU
II. Cooperation and interoperability (I)
12.10-12.30 "Biblissima. Bibliotheca bibliothecarum novissima": Anne-Marie Turcan Verkerk,
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Project Director
12.30-12.50 "Manuscriptorium as virtual research environment for manuscript study": Zdenek
Uhlir, National Library of the Czech Republic
12.50-13.30 Discussion
13.30-15.00 Lunch (buffet)
15.00-16.00
II. Cooperation and interoperability (II)
15.00-15.20 "Il portale Monasterium.Net. Archivi e documenti digitali online": Antonella
Ambrosio, Universita' degli studi di Napoli "Federico II"
15.20-15.40 "Il portale del CERL. Un meta-opac per la ricerca integrata di manoscritti e stampati":
Ivan Boserup, The Royal Library, Copenhagen, Head of Manuscripts and Rare Books -- Cristina
Dondi, University of Oxford, CERL Secretary
15.40-16.00 "Basi dati di manoscritti: un colloquio necessario": Lucia Negrini, ICCU
16.00-16.30 Discussion
16.30-17.00 Coffee break
17.00-18.30
III. Round table. Digitizing manuscripts: purposes, strategies, resources and guidelines, technical
issues, international cooperation:
Guglielmo Bartoletti, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, Roma, Director -- Daniela Scialanga, Biblioteca
Angelica, Roma, vice-Director -- Isabella Ceccopieri, Biblioteca Casanatense, Roma, vice-Director
-- Sabina Magrini, Biblioteca Palatina, Parma, Director -- Lorena Dal Poz, Sovrintendenza Beni
Librari del Veneto, Head -- Rossella Caffo, MIBACt, ICCU, Director -- PRIN-BIM representatives
-- Massimo Zazza, STUDIO AF S.r.l.
INFO:
http://www.vallicelliana.it/index.php?it/22/eventi/596/convegno-manuscript-digitization-and-online-accessibility-what-is-going-on
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[8]. SECONDO WORKSHOP DEL PROGETTO INTERNAZIONALE "PALAMEDES"
(RAVENNA, 07-08.11.2014)
Da: Chiara Francesca Faraggiana di Sarzana ([email protected])
Venerdi' 7 Novembre 2014
Sala conferenze, via degli Ariani 1, Ravenna
SECONDO WORKSHOP DEL PROGETTO INTERNAZIONALE "PALAMEDES"
10:00 Saluto delle autorita'
10:10 Introduzione ai lavori: R. Feldmeier, I. le Masne de Chermont: "Il progetto PALAMEDES"
10:30 "Il palinsesto parigino: le scritture inferiori"
10:30-10:50 Ch. Forstel "Les palimpsestes grecs de la Bibliotheque nationale de France"
10:50-11:20 Ch. Faraggiana, F. Taverni "Le scripturae inferiores del Parisinus graecus 1330:
leggere un palinsesto con l'ausilio delle nuove tecnologie digitali"
11:40-12:00 Ph. Hoffmann - Les enjeux philologiques et historiques de la recherche sur les
scripturae inferiores du Parisinus graecus 1330
12:00 "Il palinsesto parigino: la scrittura superiore"
12:00-12:20 Ch. Faraggiana, M. Matera, F. Taverni "La raccolta nomocanonica del Parisinus
graecus 1330: aspetti codicologici e testuali"
12:20-12:45 Discussione
14:45 "Il palinsesto gerosolimitano: le scritture inferiori, I", F. Albrecht, A. Tselikas
15:45 "Il palinsesto gerosolimitano: le scritture inferiori, II", A. Tselikas, F. Albrecht
16:15-16:45 Discussione
17:00-18:30 TAVOLA ROTONDA CONCLUSIVA
Chairman: R. Feldmeier
Partecipano: F. Albrecht, F. D'Aiuto, Ch. Faraggiana, Ch. Forstel, D. Getov, Ph. Hoffmann, E.
Muehlenberg, B. Neuschaefer, A. Tselikas
NB. Sara' proiettata la traduzione in italiano delle relazioni in lingua straniera
RELATORI:
- Dipl.-Theol. Felix Albrecht, Responsabile scientifico e Coordinatore del progetto PALAMEDES,
Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Goettingen, Septuaginta-Unternehmen
- Prof. Francesco D'Aiuto, Universita' di Roma Tor Vergata
- Dr. Chiara Faraggiana di Sarzana, Responsabile scientifico per l'unita' di Parigi del progetto
PALAMEDES, Universita' di Bologna - sede di Ravenna
- Prof. Dr. Reinhard Feldmeier, Responsabile amministrativo e Direttore del progetto
PALAMEDES, Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen
- Christian Forstel, conservateur en chef charge' des manuscrits grecs, Departement des Manuscrits,
Bibliotheque nationale de France
- Dorotei Getov, Senior Research Associate in Byzantine Literature, Bulgarian Academy of
Sciences, Sofia
- Prof. Dr. Philippe Hoffmann, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris
- Isabelle le Masne de Chermont, conservateur general, directeur du Departement des Manuscrits,
Bibliotheque nationale de France
- Dott. Mag. Margherita Matera, Universita' di Bologna - sede di Ravenna (borsista PALAMEDES)
- Prof. Dr. (emeritus) Ekkehard Muehlenberg, Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Goettingen
- Dr. Bernhard Neuschaefer, Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Goettingen
- Dott. Mag. Federico Taverni, Universita' di Bologna - sede di Ravenna (borsista PALAMEDES)
- Prof. Agamemnon Tselikas, Responsabile scientifico (unitamente a Felix Albrecht) dell'unita' di
Gerusalemme del progetto PALAMEDES, Cultural Foundation of the National Bank of Greece
(MIET), Athens
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[9]. WORKSHOP: "WOMEN AND MONASTICISM IN THE MEDIEVAL EASTERN
MEDITERRANEN: DECODING A CULTURAL MAP" (ATHENS, 07-09.11.2014)
Da: Antonio Rigo ([email protected])
ETHNIKO HIDRYMA -- NATIONAL HELLENIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION
To INSTITUTO ISTORIKON HISTORIKON EREUNON
diorganosei ten epistemonike synantese:
"WOMEN AND MONASTICISM IN THE MEDIEVAL EASTERN MEDITERRANEN:
DECODING A CULTURAL MAP"
Athena, 7-9 Noembriou 2014
Ethniko Hidryma Ereunon
(amphitheatro, isogeio)
PROGRAMMA:
PARASKEUE 07/11/2014
17.30-18.30 Hypodoche synedron
Enarkteria Synedria:
18.30 Chairetismos apo ton Dieuthynte tou Institoutou Historikon Ereunon, Kath. k. T. KOLIA
18.40 Eisagoge ste thematike tes epistemonikes synanteses apo tous diorganotes
19.00 Enarkteria homilia: E.A. ZACHARIADOU, "Mixed marriages in a multicultural
environment"
SABBATO 08/11/2014
SYNEDRIA I: "Women in Byzantium, I: Ideology"
Proedros: K. CHRYSOCHOIDES
09.00 R. MACRIDES, "Women in the Late Byzantine court: continuity or transformation?"
09.20 N. KOUTRAKOU, "Politics, strategies and women in Byzantium (10th.13th c.)
09.40 A. RIGO, "Women and Hesychastic movement"
SYNEDRIA II: "Women in Byzantium, II: Space and Art"
Proedros: M. GRUENBART
10.45 N. MELVANI, "Depictions of nuns in Palaiologan Constantinople"
11.05 Z. MELISSAKES, "Gynaikes se engrapha kai cheirographa tou Hagiou Orous. Mia ex
apostaseos parousia se enan kosmo abato"
11.45-12.00: Syzetese
12.00-12.15: Dialeimma
SYNEDRIA III: "Spiritual Guidance, Patronage and Women"
Proedros: R. MACRIDES
12.15 E. MITSIOU, "Female monastic space and patronage in Late Byzantine Constantinople"
12.35 T. BELYAKOVA, "Women, monasticism and patronage in Medieval Russia"
12.55 M.-H. BLANCHET, "Spiritual guidance for aristocratic women, living tradition after the fall
of Constantinople? Gennadios Scholarios and the nun Sophrosyne"
13.15-13.30: Syzetese
14.00: Geuma
SYNEDRIA IV: "The Eastern Mediterranean. Ties and Actions"
Proedros: Ch. GASPARIS
17.00 I. ORTEGA, "Eugeneis gynaikes kai oikogeneiakes strategikes sten Latinike Peloponneso
apo to 13o heos ton 15o aiona"
17.20 A. PANOPOULOU, "Ektos oikias. Gynaikeia ergasia sten Krete (14os-16os ai.)"
17.40 M. KOUMANOUDI, "Latin religious communities for women in Medieval Greece: An
overview"
18.00-18.15: Syzetese
18.15-18.30: Dialeimma
SYNEDRIA V: "Women in Byzantium, III: Literacy and Sanctity"
Proedros: A. RIGO
18.30: M. GRUENBART, "Letters to nuns in Late Byzantium"
18.50: S.A. PASCHALIDES, "He diachyse tes times tes hosias Theodoras tes Thessalonikes kata
tous Palaiologeious chronous kai he kathierose tes mones tes hos kentrou tes byzantines
aristokratias"
19.10: S. EUTHYMIADES, "Gynaikes kai hagiologia ste mesobyzantine kai ten hysterobyzantine
periodo"
19.30-19.45: Syzetese
20.00: Deipno
KYRIAKE 09/11/2014
SYNEDRIA VI: "Methodological Approaches"
Proedros: I. ORTEGA
10.30: Ch. GASTGEBER, "Sociolinguistic approach to female literature"
10.50: J. PREISER-KAPELLE, "Mapping networks of women in the Late Medieval Eastern
Mediterranean"
11.10-11.30: Syzetese
11.30: Dialeimma
12.00: SYMPERASMATA
[10]. PRESENTAZIONE DEL VOLUME: A. TORNO GINNASI, "L'INCORONAZIONE
CELESTE NEL MONDO BIZANTINO. POLITICA, CERIMONIALE, NUMISMATICA E ARTI
FIGURATIVE" (MILANO, 15.11.2014)
Da: Aisbnews ([email protected])
Presentazione del volume:
A. TORNO GINNASI,
"L'incoronazione celeste nel mondo bizantino. Politica, cerimoniale, numismatica e arti figurative"
Archaeopress, Oxford 2014.
Sabato 15 novembre 2014, ore 19:00
Universita' degli Studi di Milano, via Festa del Perdono 7 (aula 109)
Evento inserito nel calendario della manifestazione Bookcity Milano 2014
L'origine divina del potere politico e' il fondamento di ogni monarchia cristiana. Nell'Oriente
medievale il rapporto speciale tra la sfera sacra e il trono trova un riflesso nel fasto del cerimoniale
della corte bizantina e nello splendore delle opere di lusso che ritraggono il sovrano incoronato da
Dio. Il rituale aulico e i materiali preziosi si fondono in un'immagine celeste che rivela il fascino
immutabile di una tradizione a noi molto vicina.
Incontro con l'autore e interventi di Emanuela Fogliadini, Fabio Betti, Mauro della Valle.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[11]. CONFERENCE: "SYRIAC INTELLECTUAL CULTURE IN LATE ANTIQUITY:
TRANSLATION, TRANSMISSION, AND INFLUENCE" (OXFORD, 30-31.01.2015): CALL
FOR PAPERS (DEADLINE: 17.11.2014)
Da: Frederick Lauritzen ([email protected])
"SYRIAC INTELLECTUAL CULTURE IN LATE ANTIQUITY:
TRANSLATION, TRANSMISSION, AND INFLUENCE"
(30th-31st January 2015, University of Oxford)
The conference explores the intellectual cultures of Syriac-language literary and scholarly
communities of the late antique (c. 3rd-9th century) Near and Middle East. It will also provide an
opportunity for postgraduate and emerging scholars in the fields of biblical studies, theology and
religion, late antique and Byzantine studies, near eastern studies, and rabbinics to present their work
on Syriac literature within the University of Oxford's vibrant late antique studies community.
Keynote papers will be given by Jack Tannous (Princeton University) and Timothy Michael Law
(University of St Andrews). Publication of selected conference papers is anticipated.
CONFERENCE WEBSITE: http://oxfordsyriac2015.wordpress.com/
CALL FOR PAPERS: http://oxfordsyriac2015.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/
Those wishing to present a twenty-minute paper may submit a brief abstract (250 words or less) and
academic biography to: [email protected] The deadline for submissions is Monday, 17
November 2014
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[12]. WORKSHOP: "ALTE WEGE -- NEUE ZIELE? DAS BYZANTINISCHE PILGERWESEN
IM WANDEL" (MAINZ, 20-21.11.2014)
Da: Vera von Falkenhausen ([email protected])
Im Rahmen des von der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft gefoerderten Projektes am RGZM "Fuer Seelenheil
und Lebensglueck. Studien zum byzantinischen Pilgerwesen und seinen Wurzeln" findet am 20.
und 21. November 2014 im Vortragsraum
des Landesmuseums Mainz der Workshop "Alte Wege - Neue Ziele? Das byzantinische
Pilgerwesen im Wandel" statt. Interessierte sind herzlich eingeladen. Zur besseren Planung wird
um Anmeldung bis zum 10. November an folgende mail-Adresse gebeten: [email protected]
Naeheres unter
http://www.byzanz-mainz.de/aktuelles/a/article/alte-wege-neue-ziele-das-byzantinischepilgerwesen-im-wandel/
ALTE WEGE -- NEUE ZIELE?
DAS BYZANTINISCHE PILGERWESEN IM WANDEL
Workshop im Landesmuseum Mainz
20. - 21. November 2014
Organisiert von:
Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz -- Roemisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum
In den mehr als 1100 Jahren seines Bestehens hat sich das Byzantinische Reich sowohl politisch als
auch in seinen territorialen Grenzen vielfach veraendert. Dies hatte Auswirkungen auch auf die
religioesen Zentren des Reiches – die Pilgerheiligtuemer. Ihre Entwicklung in Relation und
Abhaengigkeit von der politischen Situation bzw. der Ausdehnung des Byzantinischen Reiches
wurde bisher jedoch noch nicht uebergreifend untersucht. Eine der zentralen Fragen ist daher:
Welchen Veraenderungsprozessen und Entwicklungen ist das Pilgerwesen unterworfen und
wodurch werden diese in Gang gesetzt? Veraendern sich im diachronen Verlauf waehrend des
Bestehens eines Pilgerheiligtums der Kult, das Einzugsge biet von Pilgern, die politische
Einflussnahme, die Inszenierung des Kultobjektes, etc...? Wie lassen sich diese
Veraenderungsprozesse im archaeologischen, architektonischen und kunsthistorischen Befund der
Pilgerheiligtuemer nachweisen? Welche Kontinuitaeten lassen sich beobachten? Gibt es
vergleichbare Entwicklungen zwischen den paganen und den christlichen Pilgerheiligtuemern? Im
Rahmen des Workshops soll diesen Fragen dezidiert nachgegangen werden.
Die Dauer der Vortraege betraegt 20 Minuten. Es schliesst sich eine Diskussion von max. 10
Minuten an. Interessierte Zuhaerer sind sehr herzlich eingeladen.
PROGRAMM
Donnerstag, 20. November
14.00 Uhr: Begruessung durch den Generaldirektor des RGZM, Falko DAIM
14.10 -15.00 Uhr: Ina EICHNER, "Einfuehrung in Geschichte und Forschungsstand zu Abu Mena
als Ausgangspunkt fuer die 3D Rekonstruktion" -- Vladan ZDRAVKOVIC, "The Pilgrimage Center
of Abu Mina - producing of the architectural study in 3D"
15.00 -15.30 Uhr: V. DRBAL, "Religionsuebergreifende Pilgerfahrt in der Spaetantike. Erste
zusammenfassende Ergebnisse"
15.30 -15.45 Uhr: Pause
15.45 -16.15 Uhr: J. HANKE, "Totenkult und Pilgerwesen in den roemischen Nordwestprovinzen"
16.15 -16.45 Uhr: C. SAMITZ, "Die ephesische Artemis in Pisidien -- Pisidier in Ephesos"
16.45 -17.15 Uhr: F. ABOU SEKEH, "Syrische Eremitagen als Pilgerorte"
anschliessend bis 19.00 Uhr: Umtrunk im Landesmuseum
Landesmuseum Freitag, 21. November Mainz
10.00 -10.30 Uhr: C. GRUBER, "Ein Pilgerort abseits der groesseren Zentren, ein 1948/49 in
Theben-West ausgegrabenes Phoibammonkloster"
10.30 -11.00 Uhr: M. RITTER, "Eulogien und Panegyrien -- die wirtschaftliche Dimension des
byzantinischen Pilgerwesens"
11.00 -11.30 Uhr: K. SOKOLOV, "Der Kult des hl. Demetrios von Thessaloniki im Zweiten
Bulgarischen Reich (Ende 12. - Ende 14. Jh.)"
11.30 -11.45 Uhr: Pause
11.45 -12.15 Uhr: S. ALBRECHT, "Pilgerzentren im Synaxar von Konstantinopel?"
12.15 -12.45 Uhr: G. ARNOLD, "Pilger-GIS -- Visionen, Vorhaben und Vorteile"
Abschlussdiskussion
INFORMATION
* Dr. Ina Eichner -- Roemisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum
Forschungsinstitut fuer Archaeologie -- Ernst-Ludwig-Platz 2 -- 55116 Mainz
Tel: 06131-9124164 -- E-Mail: [email protected]
* Annika Post (SAW Projekt Pilgerwesen) -- Roemisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum
Forschungsinstitut fuer Archaeologie -- Ernst-Ludwig-Platz 2 -- 55116 Mainz
Tel: 06131-9124136 -- E-Mail: [email protected]
www.rgzm.de
TAGUNGSORT
Landesmuseum Mainz -- Grosse Bleiche 49-51 -- 55116 Mainz
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[13]. "INTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE IN LATE ANTIQUE HISTORIOGRAPHY (GHENT,
16-18.09.2014): CALL FOR PAPERS (DEADLINE: 31.12.2014)
Da: Niccolo' Zorzi ([email protected])
CALL FOR PAPERS:
"INTERCULTURAL EXCHANGE IN LATE ANTIQUE HISTORIOGRAPHY"
The
research
group
Late
Antique
historiography
(http://www.late-antiquehistoriography.ugent.be/home) at Ghent University is organising a workshop on historiography and
intercultural exchanges in Late Antiquity (300-800 AD), on 16-18 September 2015.
The workshop aims at engaging affirmed scholars as well as young researchers in an
interdisciplinary discussion over cross-cultural contacts in Late Antiquity and their impact on the
historiographical production in different languages, Latin, Greek, Armenian, Syriac, Persian,
Coptic, Georgian, Arabic.
Confirmed speakers include:
A. Camplani (Rome), C. Zuckerman (Paris), F. Montinaro (Koeln), P. Wood (London), A. Rigolio
(Oxford), J. Scheiner (Goettingen), R. Forrai (Odense).
We welcome 500 word proposals for papers of 25 minutes, to be submitted before 31 December
2014 to Panagiotis Manafis ([email protected]). Participants are asked to read the
position paper posted on the website:
http://www.late-antique-historiography.ugent.be/conferences
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[14]. COLLOQUIUM: "THE MANY FACETS OF THE SECOND SOPHISTIC" (UNIVERSITY
OF GOTHENBURG, 23-25.10.2015): CALL FOR PAPERS (DEADLINE: 01.03.2015)
Da: Barbara Crostini ([email protected])
"THE MANY FACETS OF THE SECOND SOPHISTIC"
COLLOQUIUM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GOTHENBURG
(Gothenburg, October 23-25, 2015)
The term Second Sophistic was originally coined in the early third century A.D. by the Greek
sophist and biographer Philostratus of Sardes. Philostratus had the Greek rhetorical activity from the
time of Emperor Nero to c. 230 in mind, but the term is nowadays used in a much wider sense. In
modern scholarship all kinds of literary currents of the early and late imperial periods are included,
even though some scholars still use the expression Second Sophistic only for the rhetorical works
of the sophists. Thus, whereas the term itself is generally accepted and frequently used, its meaning
is controversial.
One current debate concerns whether the Second Sophistic is followed by yet another sophistic
period, the Third Sophistic. This term is advocated by some scholars to distinguish later imperial
Greek literature from the literature of the actual Second Sophistic. The term was first suggested in
1993 by Laurent Pernot in "La rhetorique de l'eloge dans le monde greco-romain", but the debate on
the necessity and accuracy of the term has peaked in the last decade, with numerous articles for and
against the concept.
The University of Gothenburg announces a colloquium on the many facets of the Second Sophistic.
We welcome participants whose research field is the Second Sophistic, especially those who
specialize on the term as such or who focus on the chronological or literary boundaries of the
period.
The colloquium aims at shedding light on the many sophistics of modern scholarship and seeks to
explore the following topics: What do specific modern researchers mean by the term Second
Sophistic? At what point in time does it begin and when does it end? Could philosophical,
theological, and scientific literatures be part of the Second Sophistic, or should the term be limited
only to Greek rhetorical literature of Roman imperial times? The colloquium at the University of
Gothenburg does not aim at settling scientific controversies as much as being an arena for a
discussion of the many facets of the Second Sophistic.
The colloquium will take place at the Department of Languages and Literatures, University of
Gothenburg, from Friday, October 23 to Sunday, October 25, 2015.
250-300 word abstracts are
[email protected]
due
by
March
1,
2015
and
may
be
sent
to:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------B. PUBBLICAZIONI
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[1]. M. HINTERBERGER (ED.),
LITERATURE" (2014)
"THE LANGUAGE OF BYZANTINE LEARNED
Da: Aisbnews ([email protected])
M. HINTERBERGER (ED.),
"THE LANGUAGE OF BYZANTINE LEARNED LITERATURE"
Turnhout, Brepols, 2014
(Byzantios. Studies in Byzantine History and Civilization, 9)
VI, 228 p., 2 b/w tables -- ISBN: 978-2-503-55237-8
The learned literary language of Byzantium is subjected to new and ground-breaking analysis in this
volume. Built on a highly traditional educational system, the language of Byzantine literature was
for the most part written in an idiom deeply influenced by ancient Greek texts and grammatical
handbooks. The resulting overall archaizing impression of Byzantine Greek is largely why the
language of learned literature -- as compared with the relatively well researched vernacular
literature -- has seldom been taken seriously as an object of linguistic study. This volume combines
the expertise of linguists and scholars of Byzantine literature to challenge the assumption that
learned mediaeval Greek is merely the weary continuation of ancient Greek or, worse still, a poor
imitation of it, while proposing that it needs to be treated as a literary idiom in its own right. The
contribution that texts of this kind can offer to sub-fields of Greek historical linguistics is explored
using specific examples. Sociolinguistic theory provides a particularly useful framework for a more
accurate analysis of the relationship between the vernacular and classicizing varieties of Greek
literary language. In addition, the impact of the educational system on the production of texts is
examined. In another chapter it is shown that a number of far-reaching assumptions, which
originated in the 15th century, about accentuation and the middle voice still tend to colour our
understanding of Byzantine, as well as ancient, Greek. Other chapters focusing on particles, the
dative and the synthetic perfect reveal that Byzantine authors, while of course influenced by the
living spoken language, used their classical linguistic heritage in a creative and innovative way.
CONTENTS: I. Io MANOLESSOU, Learned Byzantine literature and modern linguistics -- II.
Marilena KARYOLEMOU, What can sociolinguistics tell us about learned literary languages? -III. Antonia GIANNOULI, Education and Literary Language in Byzantium -- IV. Jacques NORET,
Byzantine accentuation: In which respects and why it differs from modern 'scholarly' (and
occasionally incoherent) accentuation -- V. Katerina BOCKOVA' LOUDOVA', On the Category of
Particles in Byzantium -- VI. Staffan WAHLGREN, Case, Style and Competence in Byzantine
Greek -- VII. Martin HINTERBERGER, The Synthetic Perfect in Byzantine Literature.
http://brepols.metapress.com/content/phg145/
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"LEXIKON ZUR BYZANTINISCHEN GRAEZITAET"
ONLINE
The Lexikon zur byzantinischen Graezitaet (LBG) is now accessible online!
The online dissemination of the printed fascicles 1-6 of the LBG is the result of a collaboration
between the LBG published by the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Thesaurus Linguae
Graecae at the University of California, Irvine. The LBG is openly accessible online, independent
of a TLG licence.
Please, visit
http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/lbg
Further fascicles will be provided online three years after their printed publication. Feel free to
make extensive use and spread the word.
The first six fascicles have been included in this release covering letters A-P.
Fascicles 1-6 (A -- prospelagizo) = 62 869 entries
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[3]. "TRAVAUX ET MEMOIRES [DU] CENTRE D'HISTOIRE ET DE CIVILISATION DE
BYZANCE", 18 [= "MELANGES JEAN-PIERRE MAHE'"] (2014)
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TRAVAUX ET MEMOIRES
[DU] CENTRE D'HISTOIRE ET DE CIVILISATION DE BYZANCE
TOME 18 = MELANGES JEAN-PIERRE MAHE' (2014)
Le volume des Melanges dedie' a' Jean-Pierre Mahe', membre de l'Institut, pour son 70e
anniversaire, comporte quarante-six contributions portant sur l'histoire, la philologie, l'archeologie,
l'epigraphie et l'iconographie du monde caucasien, armenien mais aussi georgien, ainsi que sur la
gnose, l'hermetisme et la patristique.
TABLE DES MATIERES
Hommages a' Jean-Pierre Mahe'
Tabula gratulatoria -- Abreviations
Bibliographie des travaux de Jean-Pierre Mahe' de 1970 a' 2014
Zaza ALEKSIDZE, "The place of Georgia between the civilizations of East and West in the view of
two medieval Georgian authors" -- Lela ALEXIDZE, "The Chaldean Oracles in Ioane Petritsi's
Commentary on Proclus' Elements of theology" -- Jean-Robert ARMOGATHE, "Les aventures de
Philarete: un roman hermetique au XVIIe siecle" -- Rouzanna AMIRKHANIAN-MEZRAKIAN,
"Les elements iconographiques de la cite' celeste dans les Tables de Canons des evangiles
armeniens du haut et du bas Moyen Age" -- Anna AREVSHATIAN, "L'influence grecque sur la
theorie de la musique armenienne de Spiridon Melikian cent ans apres" -- Isabelle AUGE', "Les
lieux de memoire des princes Orbelean: memoire ecrite, memoire inscrite" -- Ani T. BALADIAN,
"La ville, l'homme et les lettres" -- Kevork B. BARDAKJIAN, "Kostandin Erznkac'i's vision-poem:
who bestow poetic grace and how?" -- Patricia BOISSON, "Precis de geographie du monde indien
a' l'usage des commercants: edition et traduction annotee" -- Valentina CALZOLARI, "A' la
recherche de l' 'ame paienne' des Armeniens: Avetis Aharonian, Les anciennes croyances
armeniennes (1913) et La cite' antique de Fustel de Coulanges (1864)" -- Rose Varteni
CHETANIAN, "Quand Jean parle de Pierre" -- Jean-Claude CHEYNET, "Les Armeniens dans
l'armee byzantine au Xe siecle" -- Francois-Xavier CUCHE, "Tertullien dans L'Histoire
ecclesiastique de Claude Fleury" -- Philippe DANGLES, "Mahasberd retrouvee" -- Gerard
DEDEYAN, "Autour d'Asot III le Misericordieux (952/953-977)" -- Patrick DONABEDIAN,
"Ereruyk': nouvelles donnees sur l'histoire du site et de la basilique" -- Igor DORFMANNLAZAREV, "The Cave of the Nativity revisited: memory of the primaeval beings in the Armenian
Lord's Infancy and cognate sources" -- Jannic DURAND, "Souvenirs evanouis de Byzance au tresor
de Sainte-Aldegonde a' Maubeuge" -- Nazenie GARIBIAN, "La Jerusalem du IVe siecle et le recit
de la conversion de l'Armenie" -- Nina GARSOIAN, "Mer holer'" -- Tim GREENWOOD,
"'Imagined past, revealed present': a reassessment of Patmut'iwn Taronoy [History of Taron]" -Leon KETCHEYAN, "Le rapport de M.-F. Brosset sur deux candidats au poste de professeur de
langue et litterature armeniennes (1840)" -- Keram KEVONIAN, "Note sur une inscription
rescapee" -- Charles DE LAMBERTERIE, "Armenien iwr et hiwr, grec hetairos: le 'soi' et le 'sien',
l''hote' et le 'compagnon'" -- Aram MARDIROSSIAN, "De l'Albanetie a' l'Armenie: la destinee des
Canons du roi Vac'agan" -- Nana MIRACHVILI-SPRINGER, "Trois versions georgiennes
anciennes de la Vie d'Anastasie la Patrice" -- Claude MUTAFIAN, "Visites armeniennes aux
souverains mongols (1240-1305)" -- Bernard OUTTIER, "Le plus ancien fragment georgien de la
Caverne des tresors" -- Agnes OUZOUNIAN, "Note a' propos d'une citation neo-testamentaire dans
le Martyre de Susanik" -- Louis PAINCHAUD, "Salomon en Haute-Egypte: les jarres (hudria) de
Salomon dans le Temoignage veritable (NH IX 70,8b-30) et l'Ecrit sans titre sur l'origine du monde
(NH II 122,16b-20)" -- Paul-Hubert POIRIER, "Marie et le glaive (Luc 2,34-35): a' propos
d'Ephrem, In Diatessaron II, 17" -- Bernard POUDERON, "Pour une evaluation de l'Epitome'
anonyme d'histoires ecclesiastiques: confrontation des trois historiens sources, de la Tripartite de
Theodore le Lecteur et de celle de Cassiodore" -- Ioanna RAPTI, "Mots et images au service du
Verbe: legendes, annotations et paroles dans les evangiles de Vehap'ar (XIe siecle)" -- Charles
RENOUX, "L'hymnaire Parakanon Erevan 6885: le canon de la fete de la Presentation du Seigneur"
-- Madeleine SCOPELLO, "Pieges et filets dans les ecrits gnostiques de Nag Hammadi et la
litterature manicheenne du Fayoum" -- Michael E. Stone, "How many Selbestroses?" -- Abraham
Terian, "A compounded interpolation in Koriwn's Life of Mastoc'" -- Anahide TER MINASSIAN,
"Dadrag ou Mcho Keram, observateur lucide d'un desastre annonce'" -- Francoise THELAMON,
"Conversion des Iberes du Caucase et adhesion au Christ Dieu" -- Nicole THIERRY, "La
decouverte de la citadelle de Koron" -- Robert W. THOMSON, "Arabic in Armenia before the tenth
century" -- Edda VARDANYAN, "Decor sculpte' de l'eglise de la Sainte-Croix d'Alt'amar: les
sujets bibliques de la frise de la vigne" -- Boghos Levon ZEKIYAN, "L'invention de l'alphabet
armenien et sa fonction de modele dans les proces d'acculturation de l'Armenie et de la
Subcaucasie" -- Constantin ZUCKERMAN, "Sur les destinataires armeniens de deux lettres
redigees par Theodore Daphnopates" -- DOSSIER: Anania Mokac'i, Trois opuscules traduits par
Patricia BOISSON, Aram MARDIROSSIAN et Agnes OUZOUNIAN -- Constantin
ZUCKERMAN, "Catholicos Anania of Mokk' on himself and on Armenia's rulers".
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[4]. "GRECO ANTICO NELL'OCCIDENTE CAROLINGIO" (2014)
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LUCA MARTORELLI (Hrsg.)
"GRECO ANTICO NELL'OCCIDENTE CAROLINGIO.
FRAMMENTI DI TESTI ATTICI NELL'ARS DI PRISCIANO"
Hildesheim-Zuerich-New York, Georg Olms Verlag, 2014
(Spudasmata, 159)
X, 610 p. -- ISBN 978-3-487-15163-2.
Il volume contiene un insieme organico di studi che hanno come comune obiettivo l'analisi della
sezione finale della grammatica maggiore di Prisciano (GL III 278-377), un lessico comparativo
greco-latino dedicato esclusivamente alla sintassi e arricchito da numerosissime citazioni, alcune
delle quali provenienti da testi attici non conservati direttamente. I vari contributi, esposti in
occasione di un seminario che si e' svolto all'Universita' di Roma Sapienza nei giorni 20 e 21
settembre 2012, sono il frutto dell'applicazione al medesimo oggetto di diverse discipline, quali la
filologia, la paleografia, la lessicografia, la storia della tradizione testuale e la storia
dell'insegnamento scolastico. Il volume risulta pertanto articolato in quattro sezioni riguardanti la
tradizione lessicografica greco-latina, la struttura e le caratteristiche del lessico sintattico, le
citazioni di singoli autori o gruppi di autori presenti nella fonte di Prisciano e la tradizione
manoscritta e a stampa del testo. Il volume contiene inoltre, come utili strumenti per ulteriori analisi
da parte degli studiosi, schede descrittive di tutti i manoscritti di IX-X secolo che trasmettono il
lessico e la trascrizione dei frammenti di autori attici in esso citati secondo la lezione dei manoscritti
altomedievali che li tramandano.
INDICE:
**Premessa
**"Il contesto della tradizione lessicografica greco-latina":
B. ROCHETTE, "Vtriusque sermonis cognatio. La lexicographie bilingue a' la fin de l'Antiquite'" -G. UCCIARDELLO, "Il lessico sintattico-atticista fonte di Prisciano e la tradizione lessicografica
bizantina" -- S. VALENTE, "La fonte sintattico-atticista di Prisciano e la lessicografia greca".
** "Struttura e caratteristiche del lessico sintattico di Prisciano":
R. FERRI, "Alcuni aspetti della metodologia e delle fonti del glossario priscianeo" -- E.
SPANGENBERG YANES, "Greco e latino a confronto: soluzioni per la presentazione del materiale
linguistico nel lessico di Prisciano" -- E. MAZZOTTI, "Ricorrenze e contesti delle citazioni greche
di Prisciano: indizi utili per un'ipotesi sulle fonti"
**"Citazioni da singoli autori o gruppi di autori nella fonte di Prisciano":
M. SONNINO, "I frammenti della commedia greca citati da Prisciano e la fonte del lessico
sintattico del libro XVIII dell'Ars" -- M. MENCHELLI, Platone e Prisciano. Le pericopi platoniche
nel libro XVIII dell'Ars e il Platone dei grammatici" -- M. FASSINO, "Il testo di Isocrate in
Prisciano" -- A. VISCONTI, "Gli storici greci nel lessico sintattico dell'Ars Prisciani: disamina del
materiale e possibili approfondimenti"
**"La tradizione manoscritta e a stampa del lessico sintattico di Prisciano":
D. BIANCONI, "Alle origini dei Graeca di Prisciano. Il contesto culturale e librario" -- M.
ROSELLINI, "Graeca Prisciani nel mondo carolingio: considerazioni filologiche sulla storia del
testo del lessico sintattico (VI-X sec.)" -- L. MARTORELLI, "Astra noctis. Trasmissione del greco
nel lessico priscianeo nei secoli XI e XII" -- D. BALDI, "Le editiones di Prisciano e i Graeca.
Considerazioni preliminari"
**Schede di manoscritti - I a cura di S. AMMIRATI --- Schede di manoscritti - II a cura di C.
RUZZIER --- Appendice: M. ROSELLINI, "Frammenti di autori attici negli Idiomata di Prisciano:
trascrizioni dei manoscritti altomedievali in usum editorum".
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[5.] J.-M. MARTIN, "BYZANCE ET L'ITALIE MERIDIONALE" (2014)
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Jean-Marie MARTIN,
"Byzance et l'Italie meridionale"
Paris, Centre d'histoire et civilisation de Byzance, 2014
ISBN : 978-2-916716-41-1
(Bilans de recherche, 9)
Ce volume presente la reedition de trente articles, contributions a' des colloques et a' d'autres
volumes collectifs, publies entre 1980 et 2009, et rassembles de facon thematique, independamment
de la date de leur premiere publication. Ils sont regroupes en deux sections; la premiere (nos 1-12) a
pour objet l'Italie meridionale byzantine et l'action de l'Empire et de l'Eglise byzantine dans cette
region; la seconde (nos 13-30) est consacree a' certains aspects de l'histoire medievale de l'Italie
meridionale, lombarde et normande aussi bien que byzantine, et regroupe des textes qui concernent
l'economie (nos 13-18), la societe' -- du droit personnel aux pratiques sociales (nos 19-22), certains
elements institutionnels (nos 23-25), enfin quelques aspects de l'histoire religieuse – du culte des
images a' l'hagiographie et aux cartulaires (nos 26-30). On s'est efforce' de mettre a' jour la
bibliographie et, parfois, de mettre en perspective certains points qui ont fait l'objet de recherches
ulterieures.
Reduction speciale 20% sur toutes les publications du
CENTRE D'HISTOIRE ET CIVILISATION DE BYZANCE
http://achcbyz.com/achcbyzV2/publications-bilansRecherche.html
INFO:
http://achcbyz.com/achcbyzV2/contacts.html
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[6.] E. AVGOLOUPI, "SIMBOLOGIA DELLE GEMME IMPERIALI BIZANTINE NELLA
TRADIZIONE SIMBOLICA MEDITERRANEA DELLE PIETRE PREZIOSE (SECOLI I-XV
d.C.)" (2014)
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Eleutheria AVGOLOUPI,
"Simbologia delle gemme imperiali bizantine nella tradizione
simbolica mediterranea delle pietre preziose (secoli I-XV d.C.)"
(Quaderni della Rivista di Bizantinistica, 16)
Spoleto 2014, 336 p.: ill. -- ISBN: 978-88-6809-026-5
Il volume di Eleutheria Avgoloupi presenta la piu' completa antologia disponibile circa i trattati
antichi e medievali sulle virtu' delle pietre preziose e semipreziose e sul loro simbolismo o
addirittura sulle loro proprieta' magiche. Si tratta di un repertorio di estrema utilita' perche'
risparmia agli studiosi di gemmologia simbolica defatiganti e spesso infruttuose ricerche di antiche
edizioni. Altro aspetto fondamentale della ricerca della Avgoloupi e' l'analisi del significato
simbolico e magico del rivestimento di gemme dell'abito imperiale nei secoli centrali dell'impero
romano-orientale. Le ricerche si sono piuttosto concentrate finora solo sulle fogge dell'abito
imperiale, ad esclusione delle gemme, per la difficolta' di coglierne nelle fonti disponibili il
significato attribuito di secolo in secolo.
INDICE:
I. La legislazione e gli ammonimenti dei Padri della Chiesa - II. Le pietre preziose le loro virtu' - III.
Le fonti - IV. Le pietre preziose - V. Schema riassuntivo delle proprieta' delle pietre - VI. Le pietre
preziose nel vestiario imperiale - VII. La simbologia delle pietre preziose.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[7.] E. ELIA, "LIBRI GRECI NELLA BIBLIOTECA NAZIONALE UNIVERSITARIA DI
TORINO. I MANOSCRITTI DI ANDREAS DARMARIOS" (2014)
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"LIBRI GRECI NELLA BIBLIOTECA NAZIONALE UNIVERSITARIA DI TORINO.
I MANOSCRITTI DI ANDREAS DARMARIOS"
di Erika Elia
(Hellenica, 48) -- ISSN 1825-3490
Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso 2014
VI, 186 p. - ISBN 978-88-6274-528-4
"Copista di professione tra i piu' prolifici del Cinquecento e greco di nascita, Andreas Darmarios fu
attivo a Venezia e in larga parte d'Europa. Figura emblematica, appartiene a una generazione che
visse l'ultima stagione di copia di manoscritti greci e che, allo stesso tempo, si trovo' a fare i conti
con la nuova realta' culturale rinascimentale e la contemporanea diffusione della stampa. Il volume
si concentra su una porzione ancora poco nota della sterminata produzione di Darmarios, che fa
parte del fondo manoscritto greco della Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria di Torino. Al fine di
ricostruire le dinamiche di allestimento e le metodologie di lavoro del copista, ampio spazio e'
dedicato all'indagine bibliologica e paleografica dei manufatti. I libri torinesi fanno emergere aspetti
importanti della produzione di Darmarios: la collaborazione con altri copisti, i libri dell'atelier, i
meccanismi di falsificazione e, non ultima, la scelta dei testi da copiare per i libri da vendere. Uno
sguardo attraverso la sua produzione consente una conoscenza piu' consapevole del mercato librario
della seconda meta' del Cinquecento".
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[8]. P. VARALDA (CUR.), "MICHELE PSELLO, VITA DI S. AUSSENZIO DI BITINIA" (2014)
Da: Aisbnews ([email protected])
"MICHELE PSELLO, VITA DI S. AUSSENZIO DI BITINIA"
a cura di Paolo VARALDA
(Hellenica, 49) -- ISSN 1825-3490
Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso, 2014
IV, 224 p. -- ISBN 978-88-6274-529-1
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[1]. UNIVERSITA' DI PALERMO: DOTTORATO DI RICERCA (STUDI LETTERARI,
FILOLOGICO-LINGUISTICI E STORICO-CULTURALI), A.A. 2014-2015 (DEADLINE:
22.10.2014)
Da: Cristina Rognoni ([email protected])
Integrazione bando - n. 2 posti aggiuntivi Bando di concorso per l'ammissione ai corsi di Dottorato
di Ricerca A.A. 2014-2015 - XXX ciclo - Scadenza 22 ottobre 2014 ore 17.00.
Integrazione di n. 2 posti aggiuntivi senza borsa di studio Dottorato di Ricerca Studi Letterari,
filologico-linguistici e storico-culturali, ciclo XXX, A.A. 2014/2015 - Scadenza: 22/10/2014 ore
17.00
La modalita' di selezione, la data, il luogo e l'ora della prova scritta ove prevista, saranno
comunicati con avviso sul portale di Ateneo entro il giorno 20 ottobre 2014 e si svolgeranno nel
periodo compreso tra il 3 ed il 13 Novembre 2014. Tale comunicazione avra' valore di notifica a
tutti gli effetti.
INFO:
http://portale.unipa.it/amministrazione/area2/set15/uob18/
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[2.] OIKOS, THE NATIONAL RESEARCH SCHOOL IN CLASSICS IN THE NETHERLANDS,
CALLED "ANCHORING INNOVATION": PHD AND POST-DOC POSITIONS (DEADLINE:
31.10.2014)
Da: Barbara Crostini ([email protected])
New research agenda of OIKOS, the national research school in Classics in the Netherlands, called
"Anchoring innovation": 4 PhD and 4 Postdoc positions in various fields, including Ancient
History.
Please circulate it widely and if you know of good candidates, please alert them to it. We explicitly
wish to attract foreign PhD students and postdocs as well. I would further like to add that, although
Utrecht University is currently not advertising positions, Josine Blok and her team are fully part of
this research agenda and contribute to it as well.
OIKOS, http://www.ru.nl/oikos/
Anchoring Innovation is the new research agenda of OIKOS, the National Research School in
Classical Studies in the Netherlands. This agenda was developed with the financial support of
Leiden University, Radboud University Nijmegen, University of Amsterdam and University of
Groningen. It looks at innovation processes in various domains, including politics, religion,
architecture, literature, linguistics and technology, in classical antiquity. The concept of "anchoring"
refers to the many different ways in which people connect new developments and initiatives in
these domains with the old, the familiar and traditional. Discourse-cohesion, intertextuality,
memory studies, architectural transitions can be considered examples of 'anchoring innovation'. To
help us implement this research agenda we are currently looking for 4 PhD students and 4 postdocs:
Radboud University Nijmegen
1 PhD candidate Greek / Latin
1 PhD candidate Ancient History / Classical Archaeology
1 Postdoc Latin, 1.0 fte, 3 years
1 Postdoc Roman Archaeology, 1.0 fte, 3 years
University of Groningen
1 Postdoc Greek / Latin, 1.0 fte, 3 years
1 Postdoc Ancient History, 1.0 fte, 3 years
Leiden University
1 PhD candidate Latin
University of Amsterdam
1 PhD candidate Greek
For a full description of the inidividual projects and their requirements, see
https://www.ru.nl/oikos/anchoring-innovation.
The deadline for submission of application to most of these projects is end of October, 2014.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[3.] UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA): TENURETRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ROMAN STUDIES (APPLICATION DEADLINE:
01.11.2014)
Da: Frederick Lauritzen ([email protected])
The Department of Classics in the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at the University
of Southern California (Los Angeles, California) seeks to appoint a tenure-track assistant professor
of Roman studies anticipated to start Fall 2015. Applications from all sub-fields are welcome
(examples include but are not limited to religion, literature, philosophy, material culture, history).
The successful applicant must have an active research program and a commitment and ability to
teach in all sections of the department's curriculum, including language instruction, general
education, and courses in the undergraduate major and in the graduate program. The Ph.D. must be
in hand by June 30, 2015. By November 1, 2014, please submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a
writing sample, and the names of three referees who will be contacted by USC. In order to be
considered for this position, applicants are required to submit an electronic USC application; follow
this job link or paste in a browser: http://jobs.usc.edu/postings/30989. The department will begin
reviewing applications on November 1. The position will remain open until it is filled. For further
information, please contact William Thalmann ([email protected]).
The University of Southern California is an equal-opportunity educator and employer, proudly
pluralistic and firmly committed to providing equal opportunity for outstanding persons of every
race, gender, creed and background. The University particularly encourages women, members of
underrepresented groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply. USC will make
reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would
result in an undue hardship. Further information is available by contacting [email protected]
[email protected]-------------------------------------------[4.] UNIVERSITY OF AGDER (NORWAY): RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (APPLICATION
DEADLINE: 01.11.2014)
Da: Barbara Crostini ([email protected])
The University of Agder, Norway, announced a Research Fellowship in Norwegian or European
history in the Middle Ages or in the period 19th-21st century. Candidates interested in composing a
doctoral thesis related to the Byzantine Civilisation are welcome to apply. Could you please spread
the news? The deadline is November 1st and you may find the announcement here:
http://uia.easycruit.com/vacancy/1263897/35068?iso=gb
Candidates are welcome to contact the colleagues named in the announcement,
or:
Prof. Dr. Apostolos Spanos
University of Agder -- Department of Religion, Philosophy and History
Serviceboks 422 -- 4604 Kristiansand, Norway
Tel.: +4738141098 -- Mob.: +4796234812
e-mail: [email protected]
http://www.uia.no/kk/profil/apostols
Academia.edu: agder.academia.edu/ASpanos
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[5.] WISSENSCHAFTLICHE MITARBEITERSTELLE: FORSCHUNGSSTELLE FUER DEN
CHRISTLICHEN ORIENT, UNIVERSITAET EICHSTAETT (DEADLINE: 10.11.2014)
Da: Vera von Falkenhausen ([email protected])
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterstelle (Forschungsstelle fuer den Christlichen Orient, Universitaet
Eichstaett)
An der Katholischen Universitaet Eichstaett-Ingolstadt ist im Rahmen der "Forschungsstelle fuer
den Christlichen Orient" im DFG-Projekt "Orientalische Quellen zum Kirchenrecht -- Edition und
Uebersetzung pseudapostolischer Kirchenordnungen in arabischer Ueberlieferung" (Projektleiter:
Prof. Lic. iur. can. Dr. jur. Dr. phil. Hubert Kaufhold) zum 1. Januar 2015 eine 65%-Stelle als
wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter/wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin zu besetzen.
Die Stelle ist auf drei Jahre befristet. Da sich das Projekt bereits in der Verlaengerungsphase
befindet, wird eine Weiterbeschaeftigung darueber hinaus nicht moeglich sein. Die regelmaessige
Arbeitszeit betraegt bei 65% zur Zeit etwa 26 Stunden woechentlich. Waehrend dieser Zeit ist die
Anwesenheit in den Raeumen der Forschungsstelle in Eichstaett erforderlich. Die Verguetung
erfolgt nach Entgeltgruppe TVLE 13. Der Mitarbeiter/die Mitarbeiterin kann ausserhalb der
Arbeitszeit an eigenen wissenschaftlichen Vorhaben arbeiten.
Das Projekt gilt den arabischen Uebersetzungen fruehchristlicher Kirchenordnungen, die griechisch
entstanden und ueber ein koptisches Zwischenglied ab dem 12. Jh. zum Teil mehrfach ins
Arabische uebersetzt wurden. Diese Quellen spielen in der koptischen Kirche eine bedeutende Rolle
und wurden spaeter auch ins Aethiopische weiteruebersetzt. In der ersten dreijaehrigen Phase des
Projekts wurden zwei arabische Versionen der umfangreichen „Apostolischen Konstitutionen"
ediert und uebersetzt, die bisher der Wissenschaft so gut wie unzugaenglich waren. In der nun
beginnenden zweiten Phase soll eine dritte Version herausgegeben und uebersetzt werden, ferner
weitere arabische pseudo-apostolische Quellen, die seit der fruehen Kirche in unterschiedlichen
Versionen und verschiedenen Sprachen (vor allem syrisch, koptisch, aethiopisch und armenisch) im
gesamten Christlichen Orient verbreitet sind. Ihre verwickelte Ueberlieferungsgeschichte soll
ebenfalls behandelt werden.
AUFGABENBEREICH
Mitarbeit am Projekt "Orientalische Quellen zum Kirchenrecht", insbesondere
- Kollationierung arabischer Handschriften und Mitwirkung bei Editionen und deutschen
Uebersetzungen (benutzt wird das Textverarbeitungsprogramm "Classical Text Editor")
- Beschaffung von Kopien einschlaegiger Handschriften und Literatur
- Literaturstudien und Vergleich der Quellen nach Massgabe des Projektleiters
- Teilnahme an Arbeitsbesprechungen im Rahmen des Projekts in Eichstaett
ANFORDERUNGEN
- Ueberdurchschnittlicher Studienabschluss in Arabistik/Semitistik/Orientalistik, u. U. in Theologie
oder Alter
Geschichte
- Sehr gute Kenntnisse des Arabischen. Erwuenscht sind auch Kenntnisse des Altgriechischen und
Koptischen
- Interesse an fruehchristlichen Kirchenrechtsquellen, an christlich-arabischer Literatur und
orientalischer Kirchengeschichte
Die Katholische Universitaet Eichstaett-Ingolstadt strebt eine Erhoehung des Anteils von Frauen in
Forschung und Lehre an und fordert qualifizierte Interessentinnen nachdruecklich zur Bewerbung
auf. Schwerbehinderte werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt eingestellt.
KONTAKT / BEWERBUNG
Bewerbungen richten Sie bitte mit den ueblichen Unterlagen (Lebenslauf, Zeugnisse, ggf.
Referenzen) schriftlich oder als Anlage zu einem e-mail bis zum 10. November 2014 an den
Projektleiter, Prof. Dr. Hubert Kaufhold, Brucknerstr. 15, 81677 Muenchen,
[email protected]
[email protected]--------------------------------------------
[6]. TUFTS UNIVERSITY: TENURE-TRACK MELLON BRIDGE ASSISTANT PROFESSORS
HIP (DEADLINE: 21.11.2014)
Da: Frederick Lauritzen ([email protected])
The School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts University seeks a scholar who studies the contact
between the Greco-Roman and Islamic traditions during any period through the Renaissance for a
tenure-track Mellon Bridge Assistant Professorship, to begin September 2015. This newly-created
position is being supported by a grant from the Mellon Foundation to promote scholarship and
teaching that bridges different departments and programs in the humanities. Mellon Bridge
professors will be grounded in one department but will also teach in other academic departments or
programs, according to their areas of expertise.
This position will have a primary appointment in the Department of Classics, and a secondary
appointment in one or more of the following programs and departments: Arabic; Archaeology; Art
History; History; International Relations; Middle Eastern Studies; Philosophy; Religion; Romance
Languages; and a potentially new interdisciplinary master's program, Digital Technologies for PreModern Studies, which is currently in the planning stage. The School will extend secondary
appointments and cross-list courses in other departments and programs as appropriate. The
successful candidate will receive an appointment as a fellow at the Center for the Humanities at
Tufts (CHAT) for the duration of the pre-tenure probationary period.
The intellectual emphasis of the Department of Classics is the transmission of knowledge across
cultures and time. The Department currently teaches courses in Greek, Latin, Medieval Latin, and
Sanskrit and in the archaeology and history of Egypt, the Greco-Roman world, Ancient Northern
Europe, and the Mediterranean, as well as in the comparison of Greek, Roman, and Chinese history.
In addition, department members and affiliated faculty maintain teaching and research interests in
the medieval and early modern world. The Department of Classics also houses the Perseus Digital
Library, one of the largest and most actively used open-access humanities databases in the world,
currently containing approximately 165 million searchable words in Greek, Latin, Arabic, French,
German, Italian, and English, and receiving more than eight million visits last year alone, with a
returning-visitor rate of 66%. Perseus's collections range from Homer through the Renaissance to
nineteenth-century American literature and contemporary scholarship, and also include photographs
and descriptions of art objects, buildings, and archaeological sites. The Perseus Perseids Platform,
supported by a generous grant from the Mellon Foundation, is currently expanding Tufts' digital
infrastructure by facilitating the publication, revision, and conservation of previously unavailable
texts, other media, and original research by faculty and students.
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should demonstrate knowledge of Arabic as well as either Greek
or Latin. Evidence of a strong record of scholarship is required. Doctorate and minimum of two
years' full- or part-time teaching experience is required. We especially welcome candidates who can
support student research at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Candidates who are
interested
in
augmenting
the
strengths
of
Tufts'
Perseus
Digital
Library
<http://www.perseus.tufts.edu> and its Perseids Platform in Greek, Latin, Classical Arabic, or other
languages are especially encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will be expected to teach
undergraduate courses related to his or her specific research area using works in translation, as well
as to have the capacity to teach undergraduate and graduate courses on works in the original Latin
and/or Greek.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum
vitae, writing sample (less than 20 pages), research and teaching statements (each no longer than a
single-spaced page), and should arrange to have three confidential reference letters submitted
directly by the authors, to: https://apply.interfolio.com/27062. Questions about the position may be
directed to Search Committee Chair, Vickie Sullivan, [email protected] Review of
applications will begin November 21, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[7.] JERUSALEM, THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY: POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH
FELLOWSHIP AT THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF CHRISTIANITY, 2015-2016
(APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.12.2014)
Da: Barbara Crostini ([email protected])
We are happy to announce the 2015-2016 call for applications for a postdoctoral research
fellowship at the Center for the Study of Christianity at the Hebrew University in one of the
following areas of study:
- New Testament, Early Christianity, its literature and Jewish context
- Eastern Christianities
- Christianity in Palestine/Eretz-Israel (in all fields and throughout its entire history)
- Jewish-Christian relations
Full details and a link to the on-line application form are available on our site:
http://csc.org.il/download/files/Postdoc20152016CFA.pdf
PLEASE NOTICE - Candidates should have received their Ph.D. degree after October 1, 2010 from
an institution other than the Hebrew University. Candidates who have not yet graduated may apply
if they have submitted their dissertations by 1 October 2014. If awarded the fellowship, their
acceptance will be conditional upon approval of their degrees by 1 April 2015.
The Center for the Study of Christianity:
[email protected] -- http://www.csc.org.il
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[8.] PRINCETON UNIVERSITY: POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN
HELLENIC STUDIES (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.12.2014)
Da: Barbara Crostini ([email protected])
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY: POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN HELLENIC
STUDIES (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.12.2014)
Academic Year 2015-2016
The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University invites applications for three
postdoctoral fellowships: (1) The Hannah Seeger Davis Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in
Hellenic Studies; (2) the Mary Seeger O'Boyle Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Hellenic
Studies; (3) the Ted and Elaine Athanassiades Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Hellenic
Studies. Fellows will be appointed as Postdoctoral Research Associates for one academic year
doing research on a full-time basis. These fellowships are awarded annually on a competitive basis.
Scholars in all disciplines of the humanities and social sciences are eligible to apply. There is one
online application form and procedure for all three fellowships.
These fellowships are intended for scholars in Hellenic Studies, with a special emphasis on Modern
Greek Studies, Byzantine Studies, or Late Antique Studies, including their relation to the Classical
tradition.The goal of this postdoctoral research fellowship program is to advance the scholarship of
outstanding Hellenists at an early stage of their career and thus to strengthen the field of postClassical Greek Studies in the United States and abroad.
The salary will be 50,250 USD for the academic year (term of residence September 1, 2015 to June
30, 2016). In addition to their salary, fellows receive reimbursement (up to 2,000 USD per
academic year) for research related expenses, such as books or travel expenses when presenting a
paper at an academic conference during the period of their appointment. Fellows are responsible for
their own travel and moving arrangements and expenses, as well as for finding and paying for their
housing at Princeton. Before their departure, fellows are required to submit a report on their
scholarly activities at Princeton.
These fellowships are residential and, as such, fellows are required to be at Princeton during the
term of their appointment, devoting their time to research and writing. They are expected to
participate in Hellenic Studies activities and the intellectual life of the University. They present
their work-in-progress at Hellenic Studies workshops and are encouraged to meet colleagues in
their respective academic disciplines. They enjoy full access to the University's library, archival,
and computing resources. They are provided shared workspace at the Hellenic Studies office, as
well as access to the Hellenic Studies Reading Room in the University Library. No secretarial
services or office supplies are available. Computing support is available through the University's
Office of Information Technology.
Candidates must have completed all the requirements for the doctoral degree by February 1, 2015
(including the defense, viva voce, or final public oral examination), and preferably not earlier than
June 1, 2012. Postdoctoral Research Associates may not pursue another degree while on this
fellowship, nor may they hold any other fellowships or visiting positions concurrently with their
appointment at Princeton University. Scholars with Ph.D. degrees from Princeton University, as
well as former recipients of any Hellenic Studies research fellowship at Princeton University, are
not eligible to apply. Fellowship awards cannot be deferred to a later term.
The Executive Committee of the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies awards postdoctoral
fellowships on the basis of several criteria: (a) scholarly accomplishment in a discipline of the
humanities or the social sciences, and overall academic excellence and promise; (b) potential
contribution to an interdisciplinary community of scholars at Princeton; (c) significance and quality
of the research proposal in definition, clarity, organization, and scope; (d) potential future impact on
the field of Hellenic Studies through teaching and writing; (e) ability to benefit from and contribute
to Hellenic Studies at Princeton. Applications are reviewed both by specialists in the candidate's
academic discipline and by an interdisciplinary group of senior scholars in Hellenic Studies. A
phone or skype interview may be requested. All Committee deliberations and decisions are
confidential.
Candidates are required to apply online at https://jobs.princeton.edu, and submit an online
application form, including the following: (1) cover letter with title and summary (200 words) of
proposed research project; (2) research proposal (five pages; 2,000 words), including a detailed
description of project, timetable, explicit goals, selected bibliography, and the reason it is proposed
to be pursued at Princeton; (3) curriculum vitae with list of publications; (4) sample chapter (in
English) of dissertation or other recent work; (5) names and contact information of three referees
from individuals who are not current members of the Princeton University faculty; and (6) a letter
from a dean or registrar-level officer confirming the date of completion of all the requirements for
the doctoral degree. This letter should be emailed, followed by hard-copy to the address below, and
must be received by 12:00 noon on February 16, 2015, Eastern Standard Time.
The online application has a designated area for reference email addresses. After the online
application has been submitted, references will receive an email message from
[email protected] with instructions for uploading their confidential letter of recommendation,
no later than 12:00 noon on December 15, 2014, Eastern Standard Time. Materials submitted with
the application are the property of Hellenic Studies and will not be returned.
DEADLINE: All materials submitted by applicants must be received by 11:59pm on December 1,
2014 Eastern Standard Time. Awards will be announced in mid-February, 2015.
All non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. permanent residents must ensure that they will be able to enter
or remain in the U.S. and accept the fellowship. Princeton University is an equal opportunity
employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to
race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other
characteristic protected by law. This position is subject to the University's background check policy.
Confirmation of the doctoral degree should be sent to:
Princeton University -- Stanley J. Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
Attn: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
Scheide Caldwell House
Princeton, New Jersey 08544, U.S.A.
http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[9.] POSTDOC: RCAC (ISTANBUL) FELLOWSHIPS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
(APPLICATION DEADLINES: 15.12.2014-15.01.2015)
Da: Frederick Lauritzen <[email protected]>
RCAC FELLOWSHIPS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
The Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations aims to develop and facilitate research projects that
are dedicated to the history, art, architecture and archaeology of civilizations in Turkey and to take a
leading role in investigating and preserving Turkey's cultural heritage by supporting the work of
outstanding senior scholars and promising junior scholars and by bringing together persons working
in a range of disciplines dealing with the cultural heritage and history of Turkey. Fellowships,
which include accommodation, travel, and stipend are as follows:
1. RCAC Residential and Non-Residential Fellowships (Approximately 10 Ph.D. Candidates and 10
scholars with Ph.D. to spend the 2015-2016 academic year in Istanbul at RCAC)
2. Villa I-Tatti Joint Fellowship with Harvard University (1 Junior or 1 Senior Fellowship )
3. BIAA -- RCAC Fellowship in Cultural Heritage Management (1 junior or 1 senior Fellowship )
4. KHI -- RCAC Fellowship (1 junior or 1 senior Fellowship )
5. Kaplan Fellowships in Archaeological Site Management (1 Junior or 1 Senior Fellowship )
To learn more about the fellowships, please visit our website.
Located in the Beyoglu district of Istanbul, the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations is near
to the libraries of the French, German, Swedish, and Dutch Institutes and other scholarly facilities in
Istanbul. RCAC fellows are expected to devote themselves full time to their research projects and
must be proficient in English, which is the language of instruction at Koc University. Applications
from scholars of all nationalities are encouraged.
Online Application: https://rcacapp.ku.edu.tr
For more information please visit
http://rcac.ku.edu.tr
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[10]. SOURCES CHRETIENNES: STAGE D'ECDOTIQUE (LYON, 16-20.02.2015; CLOTURE
DES INSCRIPTIONS: 23.01.2015)
Da: Guillaume Bady ([email protected])
Le prochain stage d'ecdotique des Sources Chretiennes aura lieu du 16 au 20 fevrier 2015, avec une
initiation a' la paleographie le 15 fevrier, et une table-ronde le 19 fevrier, a' laquelle je vous invite
chaleureusement a' participer.
Pour une presentation du stage:
http://www.sourceschretiennes.mom.fr/formation/stage-ecdotique-stage-2015
Formulaire de preinscription:
http://www.sourceschretiennes.mom.fr/webform/preinscription-stage-ecdotique-2015
Appel a' contribution pour la Table-ronde:
http://ecdotique.hypotheses.org/544
Guillaume Bady -- Chercheur CNRS a' HiSoMASources Chretiennes (UMR 5189) -- 22 rue Sala -- 69002 Lyon
INSTITUT DES SOURCES CHRETIENNES // CNRS - UMR 5189 "HISTOIRE ET SOURCES
DES MONDES ANTIQUES" -- CNRS - UMR 5189 "HISTOIRE ET SOURCES DES MONDES
ANTIQUES"
STAGE D'ECDOTIQUE
Formation a' l'edition des textes anciens grecs et latins
16-20 fevrier 2015
Le stage suit les differentes etapes d'un livre-type de la colle collection "Sources Chretiennes"; il est
utile aussi pour qui prepare l'edition d'un auteur classique (type "Bude'"): recension et lecture de
manuscrits, collation, etablissement du texte critique avec ses apparats, traduction, choix et
redaction des notes, index (exemples majoritairement empruntes a' la litterature patristique grecque
et latine); visite de la BM de Lyon (manuscrits et imprimes); initiation a' differents outils
informatiques et bases de donnees (TLG, LLT-A et B, VLD, Biblindex...); exemples d'editions en
XML-TEI.
Ouvert aux etudiants de Master 2, doctorants, titulaires d'une these -- deja' inities a' la paleographie
(initiation expresse a' la paleographie latine et grecque possible le dimanche 15 fevrier de 14h a'
18h)
Dans les locaux de l'Institut des Sources Chretiennes
Inscription gratuite, apres adhesion a' l'Association des Amis de Sources Chretiennes
pour assurance et logistique (cotisation: 25 Euros)
Frais de transport et d'hebergement a' la charge des participants
Cloture des inscriptions: 23 janvier 2015
INSCRIPTION EN LIGNE: www.sourceschretiennes.mom.fr/formation/stage-ecdotique
BLOG ECDOTIQUE: ecdotique.hypotheses.org/
INSTITUT DES SOURCES CHRETIENNES
22 rue Sala, F 69002 LYON - Tel. : + 33 (0)4 72 77 73 50
[email protected]
UNIVERSITE' LUMIERE LYON 2 -- MAISON DE L'ORIENT ET DE LA MEDITERRANEE
7 rue Raulin, F 69007 LYON - Tel. : + 33 (0)4 72 71 58 00
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