Saturday, November 05, 2011

Article: Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar

Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar
http://theheroicage.blogspot.com/2011/10/cambridge-late-antiquity-network.html
The Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar has a great and diverse programme of speakers planned for this year, under the aegis of the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. Our first seminar is 11 October, featuring Dr. Mark Whittow (Corpus Christi, Oxford) speaking on Byzantium and the Feudal Revolution. The rest of the program is detailed below. More details are at http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/page/219/late-antiquity-network-clans.htm.
All our Michaelmas seminars will be held at the CRASSH building, 17 Mill Lane, at 2.30 alternate Tuesdays, and followed by tea, biscuits, and vigorous discussion. But in the new year, we have a big change upcoming: CRASSH will be moving buildings in the new year, and so will we! Seminars will then be held at 5pm in the new Alison Richard Building, on the Sidgwick Site. Everyone interested in Late Antique, Byzantine & Early Medieval Studies is, as always, most welcome to join us. Please pass on this message to any new members in your department in the next while who might be interested. To be added to the mailing list, send an email to Margaret (mjm97), Mike (mtgh2) or Robin (rew47). Michaelmas Term 2011: All seminars will take place Tuesdays at 2.30 at the CRASSH building, 17 Mill Lane. 11 October: Mark Whittow (Corpus Christi, Oxford) Byzantium and the Feudal Revolution 25 October: Claire Sotinel (Université Paris-Est, Créteil Val de Marne) The defence of Rome in Gothic Italy: Pope Symmachus and the Sylloge of Cambridge 8 November: Marios Costambeys (Liverpool) Anglo-Saxons, Rome, and the coronation of Charlemagne 22 November: Alex Woolf (St. Andrews) Barbarians and pseudo-Barbarians in Late Antiquity Lent and Easter Terms 2012: CRASSH is moving! All seminars will be held Tuesdays at 5pm in the Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, on the Sidgwick Site. 24 January: Charles West (Sheffield) Kings, Franks, and Pseudo-Isidore: Problems of lordship in late ninth-century Frankia 7 February: Luke Lavan (Kent) The Late Antique City: Models of Change 21 February: Roger Collins (Edinburgh) Oh, let us never, never doubt: The Churches of Early Medieval Spain before, during, and after the Arab Conquest 1 May: Simon Corcoran (UCL) Roman Law for Dummies: the Summa Perusina and legal learning in early medieval Italy 15 May: Stephen Mitchell (Exeter) Towards a History of Asia Minor in Late Antiquity

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