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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