The Executive of the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies (the British National Committee) is grateful for the many kind letters of condolence that we have received since the sad death of Professor Cyril Mango. The loss is truly an international one, and there are few words that could do justice to such an intellectual giant. We will post a short obituary in the forthcoming Bulletin of British Byzantine Studies, and a full obituary in the next one.
Professor Dame Averil Cameron, President
Professor Leslie Brubaker, Chair
It is with great sadness that the Society for the Promotion Byzantine Studies (UK) announces the death of our distinguished colleague Professor Cyril A. Mango. (14 April 1928 – 8 February 2021).
The 53rd Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies
27-29 March 2021
Due to the ongoing disruption caused by the COVID-19 shutdown and related travel restrictions in the UK, we have decided to move Nature and the Environment: the 53rd Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies online.
The Symposium programme will go ahead as planned and will be hosted via the University of Birmingham’s webinar facilities. If you have already paid for your registration via the University of Birmingham website, we will be in touch shortly to arrange a full refund.
Registration for the online Symposium is now open.
In view of the shift to an online format, we have reduced the registration fees and have implemented a small cost to cover administrative expenses. Full details, including the updated programme, are available here.
26-28 February 2021
Regisration is now open for the 23rd International Graduate Conference of the Oxford University Byzantine Society, which will take place online (via Zoom). Further details can be found on the OUBS website, including a full programme.
We hope to allow more people than ever before to join our event, and therefore the OUBS will not be charging graduate students to participate in the conference. However, for other participants we are suggesting a donation, which will be used by the OUBS to support graduate students in the future.