Oxford Byzantine Graduate Seminar

Michelmas Term 2021

Mondays, 12:30-14:00 UK time, via Zoom.

Please note that there is no need to register if you have previously subscribed to the seminar mailing list.

To register, please contact the organiser at james.cogbill@worc.ox.ac.uk or follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/oxford-byzantine-graduate-seminar-michaelmas-2021-tickets-181858984117.

25th October
Sofia Simões Coelho (Oxford)
Holy Fools in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Rus’

1st November
Thomas R. Langley (Cambridge)
Julian, Constantinople, and the Role of Civic Patriotism in the Fourth Century

8th November
Jessica Varsallona (Birmingham)
Michael VIII Palaiologos and the southern shore of Constantinople

15th November
Nicola Ernst (Exeter)
The Athanasian Emperors: Reconsidering Orthodox and Heretical Emperors in the 340s

22nd November
Callan Meynell (Oxford)
Roman? Greek? Byzantine? Some thoughts on the trial of Maximus the Confessor and Roman identity

29th November
John-Francis Martin (Oxford)
Byzantine Catholics (exact title TBC)

6th December
Kelly E. McClinton (Oxford)
The Case Romane del Celio: Living in Rome in Late Antiquity

13th December
Mark Huggins (Edinburgh)
The Many Byzantine Chrysostoms: A Look at Competing Sanctification Narratives at the Heart of Byzantine Spirituality