Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Crossing boundaries in late antiquity

University of London School of Advanced Study

INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

ANCIENT HISTORY SEMINAR

SPRING TERM 2013

Crossing boundaries in late antiquity

Organisers: Sophie Lunn-Rockliffe (KCL) and Benet Salway (UCL)

THURSDAYS 4.30 pm
Location: either room G22/26 or 349 (Painted Ceiling room) South block, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

17 Jan. Michael Crawford (UCL): Between laissez-faire and dirigisme in the late Roman economy. Room G22/26

24 Jan. Benet Salway (UCL): Divide and rule: boundaries and jurisdictions in late antiquity. Room G22/26

31 Jan. Philip Wood (Aga Khan University, ISMC): Sasanian Christian perspectives on the reign of Khusrau II. Room 349 (Painted Ceiling room)

7 Feb. Sophie Lunn-Rockliffe (KCL): The devil in disguise: diabolical dressing-up games in late antiquity. Room 349 (Painted Ceiling room)

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28 Feb. Averil Cameron (Oxford): Culture wars: history and literature in late antiquity. Room 349 (Painted Ceiling room)

7 Mar. Yannis Papadogiannakis (KCL): 'Strong fences for "good" neighbours?': the evidence from seventh-century question-and-answer collections. Room 349 (Painted Ceiling room)

14. Mar. Eva-Maria Kuhn (MPIR, Frankfurt): Getting justice at the martyr's tomb. Room 349 (Painted Ceiling room)

21 Mar. Tim Barnes (Edinburgh): Roman Emperors and Bishops of Constantinople, 324-428. Room 349 (Painted Ceiling room)


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