BBBS Guidelines

Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies
Bulletin of British Byzantine Studies

This is our annual invitation to all members of the Society to send us their information for the BBBS which is published annually in March.

Please could you send the information preferably by e-mail, otherwise CLEARLY TYPED on A4 paper, using any of the following headings which are appropriate to your work.  Please do make your entry as full as possible.

NAME 

PUBLICATIONS 

PUBLICATIONS (forthcoming)

WORK IN PROGRESS

FIELDWORK

Please include excavations, surveys and study and conservation, with as full a description as possible.

THESES

Please include theses in progress not previously reported; theses begun this year; and theses successfully completed since the last BBBS.

With the permission of their authors, please attach abstracts of all completed theses, and an indication of where the complete thesis may be consulted.

LECTURE SERIES, SEMINARS AND REGULAR EVENTS

CONFERENCES AND COLLOQUIA ATTENDED

(add a brief report, if appropriate).

CONFERENCES AND COLLOQUIA (forthcoming)

OTHER ACTIVITIES

(day schools, study tours, etc.)

RESOURCES AND ACQUISITIONS

(archaeological, bibliographic, museum, photographic, etc.)

BYZANTINE WEB- SITES

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Please add any further information which you wish to bring to the attention of members.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Please send the fullest possible details of any new publications which you think should be included.

Please return your information

by email: Fiona Haarer

or by post

Dr Fiona Haarer, Editor BBBS

Department of Classics, King’s College, The Strand, London WC2R 2LS

by: 31 December