AISB Newsletter – Gennaio 2018

SOMMARIO:

A. EVENTI

1. EXHIBITION: “A BYZANTINE CITY IN ANATOLIA: AMORIUM” (ISTANBUL, 15.12.2017-15.03.2018)

2. CONVEGNO AISSCA: “I CANTIERI DELL’AGIOGRAFIA”, SECONDA EDIZIONE (ROMA, 17-18.01.2018)

3. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: “ETHNICITY AND RELIGION” (VIENNA, 18-19.01.2018)

4. RESEARCH FORUM: “THE MICROPOLITICS OF MOBILITY IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES” (TUEBINGEN, 19-20.07.2018): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 22.01.2018)

5. CONVEGNO: “TZETZES” (VENEZIA, 07-08.09.2018): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.01.2018)

6. SOURCES CHRETIENNES: “STAGE D’ECDOTIQUE. FORMATION A’ L’EDITION DES TEXTES ANCIENS GRECS ET LATINS” (LYON, 05-09.03.2018; CLOTURE DES INSCRIPTIONS: 31.01.2018)

7. THE BYZANTINE GREEK SUMMER SCHOOL AT DUMBARTON OAKS (WASHINGTON, D.C., 02-27.06.2018; APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.02.2018)

8. SESSION SCIENTIFIQUE DE L’ASSOCIATION “THAT”: “FIGURES DU PREMIER CHRISTIANISME” (PARIS, 03.02.2018)

9. SUMMER SCHOOL IN PAPYROLOGY (OSLO, 18-22.06.2018; APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.03.2018)

10. ATELIER DOCTORAL INTERNATIONAL: “OUTILS ET METHODES POUR L’HISTOIRE DES EGLISES ENTRE ORIENT ET OCCIDENT (Ve-XIXe SIECLE)” (ROME, 10-15.09.2018): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.03.2018)

11. IONIAN SUMMER SCHOOL OF GREEK LANGUAGE, HISTORY AND CULTURE (CORFU, 07-22.07.2018; DATE OF FINAL REGISTRATION: 30.04.2018)

B. PUBBLICAZIONI

1. “MELANGES JEAN-CLAUDE CHEYNET” = “TRAVAUX ET MEMOIRES” 21/1 (2017)

2. “QUARANTE ANS APRES PAUL LEMERLE” = “TRAVAUX ET MEMOIRES” 21/2 (2017)

C. NOTIZIE

1. AUSSCHREIBUNG EINER MITARBEITERSTELLE / LEHRSTUHL FUER BYZANTINISTIK AN DER LUDWIG-MAXIMILIANS-UNIVERSITAET MUENCHEN (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 26.01.2018)

2. JOB POSITION AS TENURED PROFESSOR OF HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL ART, ESPECIALLY OF BYZANTINE ART IN VENICE, UNIVERSITY OF CA’ FOSCARI / PROCEDURA SELETTIVA PER LA COPERTURA DI N. 1 POSTO DI PROFESSORE UNIVERSITARIO DI RUOLO DI SECONDA FASCIA (SETTORE S-D L-ART/01: STORIA DELL’ARTE MEDIEVALE) ALL’UNIVERSITA’ CA’ FOSCARI DI VENEZIA (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08.02.2018)

3. 9 CONTRACTS POST-DOCTORAUX (1 AN: ANNEE UNIVERSITAIRE 2018-2019) CHEZ LE LABEX HASTEC (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06.02.2018)

4. FIXED TERM RESEARCH FELLOW IN BYZANTINE INTELLECTUAL AND/OR CULTURAL HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EDIMBURGH (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 14.02.2018)

5. JOB OPENING GHENT (BELGIUM): TWO RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (BYZANTINE) GREEK PHILOLOGY (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 28.02.2018)


A. EVENTI

[1]. EXHIBITION: “A BYZANTINE CITY IN ANATOLIA: AMORIUM” (ISTANBUL, 15.12.2017-15.03.2018)

Da: Byzantine Studies Center – Bogazici University (byzantinestudies@boun.edu.tr)

“A BYZANTINE CITY IN ANATOLIA: AMORIUM EXHIBITION”

You are invited to discover Amorium, one of the most important Byzantine cities, in the light of recent excavations.

15 December 2017 – 15 March 2018

Hours: weekdays 10am-12 noon, 2pm-5pm

Byzantine Studies Research Center

Bogazici University, South Campus, Lojman no. 8, 1st floor

(across the walkway from BUVAK)

http://byzantinestudies.boun.edu.tr

Tel.: 0212 359 67 87

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[2]. CONVEGNO AISSCA: “I CANTIERI DELL’AGIOGRAFIA”, SECONDA EDIZIONE (ROMA, 17-18.01.2018)

Da: Francesco D’Aiuto (daiuto@vatlib.it)

AISSCA (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della santita’, dei culti e dell’agiografia)

“I Cantieri dell’agiografia”, Seconda edizione

Roma, Biblioteca Angelica

Piazza Sant’Agostino, 8

17-18 gennaio 2017

Mercoledi’ 17 gennaio

Ore 9.30

Saluti

Fiammetta Terlizzi, Direttrice della Biblioteca Angelica

Tommaso Calio’, Presidente dell’AISSCA

Sofia Boesch Gajano, Presidente del CESA

Ore 9.45-12.00

Panel: “Santo” e “santita’” nelle civilta’ classiche e nella Tarda Antichita’ pagana e cristiana

Proponente Claudia Santi (Universita’ degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”)

Carmine Pisano (Universita’ degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”)

“Santo” e “santita’” nella Grecia antica

Claudia Santi (Universita’ degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”)

Ambiti della sanctitas nella Roma antica

Ennio Sanzi (Universita’ degli Studi di Messina)

Sanctus/sancta e le divinita’ dei cosiddetti “culti orientali”. Osservazioni storico-religiose

Philippe Luisier (Pontificio Istituto Orientale)

Santo e santita’ nella tradizione copta

Claudia Tavolieri (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma Tre)

Dal santo al “santo monaco”: la funzione della santita’ nella Siria cristiana tardoantica

Discussant: Alberto Camplani (Sapienza, Universita’ di Roma)

Intervallo

Ore 12.15-13.15

Progetto di ricerca e iniziativa editoriale: Per un “Dizionario delle devozioni mariane popolari”

Introduce: Tommaso Calio’ (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata)

Presenta: Giorgio Otranto (Universita’ degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro)

Ore 14.30-16.45

Panel: Santi e santuari, malattia e taumaturgia nel cristianesimo fra tarda antichita’ ed eta’ moderna

Proponente Laura Carnevale (Universita’ degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro)

Alessandra Moro (Universita’ degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro)

Il dispositivo cultuale del santuario feliciano di Cimitile nella testimonianza di Paolino di Nola: la dimensione sensoriale di una virtus taumaturgica

Luca Avellis (Universita’ degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro)

Gli energoumenoi nei canoni conciliari: dalle origini al VII secolo

Immacolata Aulisa (Universita’ degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro)

Malattia, medicina e miracoli nella polemica tra giudei e cristiani: le fonti agiografiche dell’alto medioevo

Mario Resta (Universita’ degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro-Universita’ degli Studi della Repubblica di San Marino)

Devozione mariana tra malattia e guarigione

Corrado Scardigno (Custodia di Terra Santa, Gerusalemme)

Da evangelista a taumaturgo: la trasformazione del culto di san Matteo sul Gargano

Discussant: Raimondo Michetti (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma Tre)

Intervallo

Ore 17.00

Assemblea dell’Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santita’, dei Culti e dell’Agiografia (AISSCA)

Giovedi’ 18 gennaio

Ore 9.30-11.45

Panel: Crucified Saints from Late Antiquity to Modernity

Proponente Barbara Crostini (Uppsala University)

Marco Papasidero (Universita’ degli Studi di Messina)

Il supplizio della croce nell’agiografia latina tra tarda antichita’ e medioevo

Beatrice Daskas (Universita’ di Ca’ Foscari, Venezia)

‘Hail, Glory of the World’: Iconological Notes on the signum crucis in 10th Century Byzantium

Alexandru Ionita (Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu)

St Anthony the Great on the Cross: Reception and Interpretation of a Late Antique Motif from the Middle Ages to Salvador Dali’

Irina Branden (Uppsala University)

Vita Icons of Saint Paraskeva: Scenes of Torture on a Cross

Anthony Lappin (National University of Ireland, Maynooth)

Santa Liberata: Beards, Bosch, and Becoming

Discussant: Valentino Pace (Universita’ degli Studi di Udine)

Intervallo

Ore 12.00-13.00

Attivita’ AISSCA: Il Laboratorio di agiografia: bilancio e prospettive di un’esperienza di edizione collaborativa

Introduce Umberto Longo (La Sapienza, Universita’ di Roma)

Interventi di: Attilio Bartoli Langeli (Universita’ degli Studi di Perugia), Marco Guida (Pontificia Universita’ Antonianum), Eleonora Rava (University of St Andrews), Daniele Solvi (Universita’ degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”)

Pausa pranzo

Ore 14.00-14.45

Progetto di ricerca: Saints, inculturation, and globalization

Introduce: Francesca Sbardella (Universita’ degli Studi di Bologna)

Valentina Ciciliot (University of Notre Dame e Universita’ Ca’ Foscari, Venezia)

Inculturation, new evangelization, and saints: Victoire Rasoamanarivo (1848-1894) and Laura Vicuna (1891-1904)

Kathleen Sprows Cummings (University of Notre Dame)

John Paul II and the American Saints

Ore 14.45-15.45

Presentazione dei volumi:

Ada Campione (Universita’ degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro) presenta il volume di Antonio Tortorella, La Maronna ri Castieddu: arcaicita’ e feudalita’ a Sala nel culto di Maria Santissima del Castello col titolo della Consolazione, Sala Consilina 2015.

Paolo Cozzo (Universita’ degli Studi di Torino) presenta il volume di Alessandro Di Marco, Lourdes: storie di miracoli. Genesi e sviluppo di una devozione planetaria, Firenze 2016.

Intervallo

Ore 16.00-18.15

Panel: Romanzi agiografici, agiografie romanzate. Contaminazioni, sovrapposizioni e corruzioni dal medioevo all’eta’ contemporanea

Presentazione di Pasquale Palmieri (Universita’ degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”)

Leonardo Marchetti (Universita’ degli Studi di Firenze)

Per i boschi dell’immaginario. Prospettive di studio sulla persistenza del drago nel paesaggio epico-agiografico latino tra XII e XIII sec.

Davide Esposito (Universita’ degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”)

Modelli agiografici nella “chanson de geste”: il caso della Chanson de Jerusalem

Luca Ferraro (Universita’ degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”)

Modelli agiografici nel poema epico del Seicento al ruolo degli “estratti”

Pasquale Palmieri (Universita’ degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”)

Vero, verisimile, falso: i testimoni fra giustizia secolare e giustizia ecclesiastica nel Settecento

Tommaso Calio’ (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata)

Modelli e temi agiografici nel romanzo di genere cattolico tra Ottocento e primi del Novecento

Discussant: Anna Scattigno (Universita’ degli Studi di Firenze)

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[3]. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: “ETHNICITY AND RELIGION” (VIENNA, 18-19.01.2018)

Da: Vera von Falkenhausen (verafalk@libero.it)

On Thursday the 18th and Friday the 19th of January 2018, the SFB Visions of Community (OAW/UniVie) and the FSP Gemeinschaft, Konflikt und Integration (UniVie) are hosting a conference of the Transversal Working Group “Tribes and Ethnicity” (organized by Walter Pohl) entitled

“ETHNICITY AND RELIGION”

PROGRAMME:

THURSDAY, 18 JANUARY

OAW, Hollandstr. 11-13, 1st floor

11.00-12.30

Introduction,

Walter POHL, Ethnicity and Religion in Early Medieval Europe

Dan VARISCO, Ethnicity and Religion: The Case of South Arabia

12.30-13.30 Lunch

13.30-15.45

Visions of Community and their Ethnic/Religious Framing

Gerda HEYDEMANN, The Uses of the Biblical Past in Early Medieval Europe: The People of God in Carolingian Francia

Fred DONNER, Early Islam and the Community of Believers: Cohesion and its Limits

Daniel KOENIG, Did Islam Make a Difference? Ethnicity and Religion in the Early Medieval Western Mediterranean (5th-11th cent.)

15.45-16.15 Coffee

16.15-18.30

Hegemonial Polities and Religious Identities

Johan ELVERSKOG, Religious Identities in Imperial China

Ioannis STOURAITIS, Romanness and Chalcedonian Orthodoxy in Byzantium

Peter WEBB, Arab vs. Muslim Identities in Early Islam

19.30 Dinner for invited guests

FRIDAY, 19 JANUARY 2018

OAW, Hollandstr. 11-13, 1st floor

Particular Religous Communities – Forms of Cohesion

Robin WHELAN, Arianism and the Gentes in the Early Medieval West

Bas ter Haar ROMENY, Syrian Christians under Islam

Johann HEISS, The Zaydis and the Tribes of Yemen

11.45-12.45 Coffee

12.15-13.15

Final Discussion

Andre GINGRICH, Conclusions

For further information please see the project website: https://viscom.ac.at/events/upcoming-events/detail/news/detail/News/ethnicity-and-religion/

Conference venue:

Institute for Medieval Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Seminar rooms 49 and 50

Hollandstrasse 11-13, 1st floor

1020 Vienna

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[4]. RESEARCH FORUM: “THE MICROPOLITICS OF MOBILITY IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES” (TUEBINGEN, 19-20.07.2018): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 22.01.2018)

Da: Delphine Lauritzen (delphinelauritzen@gmail.com)

The Micropolitics of Mobility in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages

2nd Research Forum of the Tuebingen Center of Advanced Studies

“Migration and Mobility in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages”

Tuebingen, 19-20 July 2018

organized by Mischa Meier, Steffen Patzold and Sebastian Schmidt-Hofner

http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/en/93696

Narratives of the age of migrations tend to privilege the large-scale mobility of ethnically denominated groups. Recent research has questioned this focus from many angles and has led to a growing consensus that new approaches are needed which put the large-scale migrations into perspective, integrate other forms of mobility into the picture, and develop a clearer understanding of the social processes involved, both among the mobile groups and individuals as well as within the societies where they arrive. This conference proposes to explore an approach to the age of migrations that takes account of these redirections in scholarship by focusing on the micropolitics of mobility in late antique and early medieval local societies in a broad timeframe from ca. 250 to 900 CE.

By exploring the micropolitics of mobility on a broad basis of case studies we hope to achieve a clearer understanding of a number of key problems in the social history of migration and mobility in the period. Questions we wish to address include:

How did local societies accommodate and integrate immigrants of different kinds?

What were fields of ensuing social conflict (e.g. in the areas of religion, economy, political participation) and how were these conflicts settled?

How did local societies transform in reaction to immigrant groups?

Which differences can we observe between individual and group immigrations?

How did geographical mobility translate into social mobility?

We invite papers from younger as well as established scholars working in all relevant fields (history, archaeology, literature) which discuss these or other related aspects of the micropolitics of mobility. Applicants are requested to submit a short abstract for a paper of 25 minutes, a title, and a short CV by 22 January 2018 to luisa.luiz@uni-tuebingen.de. We will cover travel and accommodation costs for the speakers.

For organizational questions, please contact luisa.luiz@uni-tuebingen.de, for all other issues write to mischa.meier[at]uni-tuebingen.de, steffen.patzold[at]uni-tuebingen.de or sebastian.schmidt-hofner[at]uni-tuebingen.de.

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[5]. CONVEGNO: “TZETZES” (VENEZIA, 07-08.09.2018): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.01.2018)

Da: Enrico Emanuele Prodi (enricoemanuele.prodi@unive.it)

CFP: TZETZES (Venezia, 7-8 settembre 2018)

La figura di Giovanni Tzetzes torreggia nel panorama intellettuale della Costantinopoli del dodicesimo secolo e il suo nome ricorre con regolarita’ negli studi di oggidi’, tanto in ambito classico quanto bizantino. Commento’ con abbondanza poeti quali Omero, Esiodo, Aristofane e l’ostico Licofrone. E’ una fonte di fondamentale importanza per la storia e la tradizione degli studi classici nell’antichita’. Aveva a sua disposizione opere oggi perdute; forse fu l’ultimo a poter leggere Ipponatte prima dell’era della papirologia.

Dotato di un caratteraccio che si sforzava ben poco di nascondere di un’opinione alquanto alta del proprio valore di studioso (e un’opinione alquanto bassa di quello di quasi chiunque altro), era il genere di persona che cosparge le proprie lettere di dotte allusioni e poi scrive un poema interminabile per delucidarle, corredandolo di scoli a sua volta. Il personaggio idiosincratico che emerge dalle sue opere lo ha reso un bersaglio facile per le ironie degli studiosi del ventesimo secolo; Martin West lo defini’ ‘amabile buffone’, e fu piu’ gentile di altri.

E’ fin troppo facile, soprattutto per un filologo classico, fermarsi all’incrocio tra Tzetzes caricatura e Tzetzes materiale da note a pie’ di pagina, una fonte di cui fare uso all’occorrenza senza pensarci troppo. Ma l’ampiezza della sua erudizione e la molteplicita’ e l’importanza delle sue opere meritano piu’ attenzione. Gli ultimi decenni hanno visto un interesse crescente nei confronti dei suoi scritti: svariate edizioni (e altre ancora in fieri), articoli, persino qualche traduzione. E’ la congiuntura ideale perche’ filologi classici e bizantinisti uniscano le forze per comprendere meglio Tzetzes e la sua opera nel contesto del suo tempo.

Il convegno avra’ luogo nell’Aula Baratto dell’Universita’ Ca’ Foscari il 7 e 8 settembre 2018. Si invitano eventuali interessati a inviare abstracts, di non piu’ di 400 parole e preferibilmente in formato PDF, a enricoemanuele.prodi@unive.it entro il 31 gennaio 2018. Le decisioni saranno poi rese note al piu’ presto. Data la partecipazione internazionale si incoraggia l’uso della lingua inglese.

I temi possibili includono (senza esservi limitati):

Tzetzes commentatore e critico

Tzetzes poeta

Tzetzes epistolografo

Tzetzes e la lingua greca

Tzetzes e i suoi contemporanei

Tzetzes e la tradizione degli studi sull’antichita’ a Bisanzio

Prospettive ecdotiche su Tzetzes

Influenza e ricezione di Tzetzes

L’organizzazione provvedera’ ad alloggiare gli oratori e sara’ disponibile un contributo per le spese di viaggio. Il convegno e’ finanziato dal programma di ricerca e innovazione dell’Unione Europea Horizon 2020 tramite il finanziamento Marie Sklodowska-Curie no. 708556 (Ancient scholarship on archaic Greek iambic poetry / ASAGIP).

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[6]. SOURCES CHRETIENNES: “STAGE D’ECDOTIQUE. FORMATION A’ L’EDITION DES TEXTES ANCIENS GRECS ET LATINS” (LYON, 05-09.03.2018; CLOTURE DES INSCRIPTIONS: 31.01.2018)

Da: Santo Luca’ (santo.luca@teletu.it)

Stage d’ecdotique du 5 au 9 mars 2018

Possibilite’ d’une mise a’ niveau prealable en PALEOGRAPHIE LATINE (M.-K. Lhomme’) ou grecque (G. Bady)

le DIMANCHE 4 MARS de 14h a’ 18h, aux Sources Chretiennes.

INSCRIPTION EN LIGNE: www.sourceschretiennes.mom.fr / onglet Formations > Stage d’ecdotique

Programme

Lundi matin (9 h 00 – 12 h 30)

Possibilite’ de deposer vos bagages aux Sources Chretiennes a’ partir de 8 h 30.

9 h 00 – 9 h 15: G. Bady (SC), Accueil. Presentation de l’Institut et de la collection des Sources Chretiennes

9 h 15 – 9 h 30: J. Reynard (SC) et equipe SC, Presentation du stage, des outils de travail, des methodes

9 h 30 – 9 h 45: Presentation des ateliers de grec et de latin par les responsables:

Ateliers de grec:

J. Reynard et B. Meunier (SC), Si 2 ateliers: G. Bady et D. Gonnet (SC),

Pseudo-Gregoire de Nysse, Testimonia.

(eventuellement) Jean Chrysostome, Homelie contre les jeux et les spectacles.

Ateliers de latin:

J. Elfassi (Univ.Lorraine) et M.-K. Lhomme’ (Univ.Lyon 2), Si 2 ateliers : S. Gioanni (Univ.Lyon2),

Valere du Bierzo, Visions de l’au-dela’.

(eventuellement) Ennode de Pavie, Correspondance.

9 h 45 – 10 h 00: Pause

10 h 00 – 12 h 30: Ateliers de latin et de grec

Lundi apres-midi (14 h 00 – 18 h 00)

14 h 00 – 14 h 45: B. Sauvlet (SC) et G. Bady (SC), Un cabinet de curiosites (editions anciennes, bibliotheque SC)

14 h 45 – 15 h 30: E. Hue-Gay (HiSoMA), Introduction a’ l’encodage XML-TEI

15 h 30 – 16 h 00: Pause

16 h 00 – 17h00: B. Sauvlet (SC) : PAO avec InDesign; G. Bady (SC): CTE, TLG; L. Mellerin (SC): Biblindex, LLT., Petites demos de ressources numeriques (au choix)

17h00 – 18 h 00: Ateliers de latin et de grec

Mardi matin (9 h 00 – 12 h 30)

9 h 00 – 10 h 45: J. Delmulle (IRHT, section latine), De la recherche des manuscrits a’ l’edition d’un texte latin

10 h 45 – 11 h 00: Pause

11 h 00 – 12 h 30: M. Cassin (IRHT, section grecque), De la recherche des manuscrits a’ l’edition d’un texte grec

Mardi apres-midi (14 h 00 – 17 h 15)

14.00 – 16.30 Table-ronde “Ecdotique: l’edition des textes en devenir” 4 intervenants

16 h 30 – 16 h 45: Pause

16 h 45 – 17 h 15: Tour de table des projets de recherche des stagiaires

Mardi soir (20 h 00): diner au restaurant (payant) pour ceux qui le desirent.

Mercredi matin (9 h 00 – 12 h 30)

9 h 00 – 10 h 30: I. Brunetiere (SC), G. Bohas (ENS), La traduction

10 h 30 – 10 h 45: Pause

10 h 45 – 12 h 30: Ateliers de latin et de grec

Mercredi apres-midi (14 h 00 – 18 h 00)

14 h 00 – 15 h 45: Ateliers de latin et de grec

15 h 45 – 16 h 00: Pause

16 h 00 – 18 h 00: Ateliers de latin et de grec

Jeudi matin (9 h 00 – 12 h 30)

9 h 00 – 10 h 15: Ateliers de latin et de grec

10 h 15 – 10 h 30: Pause

10 h 30 – 12 h 30: E. Hue-Gay (HiSoMA), Approche pratique d’encodage XML-TEI (en sous-groupes)

Jeudi apres-midi (14 h 30 – 17 h 45)

P. Guinard, Benjamin Ravier-Mazzocco (BM) et L. Holtz (IRHT), Bibliotheque Municipale: visite du fonds ancien.

Bibliotheque Municipale de Lyon: 30, boulevard Marius Vivier-Merle – 69003 Lyon (Metro Part-Dieu)

Vendredi matin (9 h 00 – 13 h 00)

9 h 00 – 9 h 30: B. Meunier (SC), Theologie et edition critique

9 h 30 – 10 h 15: F. Richard (Univ. Lorraine), Histoire et ecdotique

10 h 15 – 10 h 30: Pause

10 h 30 – 12 h 15: Ateliers de latin et de grec

12 h 15 – 12 h 30: Echanges par ateliers sur l’evaluation du stage

12 h 30 – 13 h 00: Evaluation generale du stage (ateliers, conferences) par les participants

Voir notre site dedie’: ecdotique.hypotheses.org

Libre suggestion pour celles et ceux qui ont plus de temps:

visite du Musee gallo-romain (17 rue Cleberg, 5e, metro Minimes ou Fourviere) ou du Musee de l’Imprimerie (13, rue de la Poulaillerie, 2e, metro Cordeliers)

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[7]. THE BYZANTINE GREEK SUMMER SCHOOL AT DUMBARTON OAKS (WASHINGTON, D.C., 02-27.06.2018; APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.02.2018)

Da: Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Studies (byzantine@doaks.org)

This intensive four-week course offers instruction in medieval Greek and an introduction to paleography and Byzantine book culture. It is intended for graduate students in Byzantine Studies and related fields, with prior knowledge of ancient Greek (at least 4 semesters). The participants will have the opportunity to study Byzantine manuscripts in the Dumbarton Oaks museum collection and to use the resources of the research library. Preference may be given to students who come from institutions without offerings in Byzantine Greek.

Successful applicants receive gratis tuition for this non-credit course, free accommodations, and complimentary weekday lunch in our Refectory.

Approximately ten places will be available, with priority going to students without ready access to similar courses at local or regional institutions.

Course Offerings

The principal course will be a daily 1 hour and a half session devoted to the translation of sample Byzantine texts. Each week, texts will be selected from a different genre, e.g., historiography, hagiography, poetry, and epistolography. Two afternoons a week, hour-long sessions on paleography will be held. In addition, each student will receive a minimum of one hour per week of individual tutorial. Approximately eleven hours per week will be devoted to formal classroom instruction. In the remaining hours of the week, students will prepare their assignments.

Students will also have the opportunity to study inscribed objects in the Byzantine Collection, and view facsimiles of manuscripts in the Dumbarton Oaks Rare Books Collection, as well as original manuscripts in the Byzantine Collection. Any extra time may be used for personal research in the Dumbarton Oaks library, but support for the summer school is intended first and foremost for study of Byzantine Greek language and texts.

Faculty

Alexander Alexakis, University of Ioannina

Stratis Papaioannou, Brown University

Accommodation and Costs

No tuition fees will be charged. Successful candidates from outside the Washington area will be provided with housing at no cost and lunch on weekdays. Local area students will not be offered accommodation, but will receive free lunch on weekdays. Students are expected to cover their own transportation expenses.

Requirements for Admission

Applicants must be graduate students in a field of Byzantine studies (or advanced undergraduates with a strong background in Greek). Two years of college-level ancient Greek (or the equivalent) are a prerequisite; a diagnostic test will be administered to finalist applicants before successful candidates are selected.

Application Procedure

Applicants should send a letter by February 1, 2018, addressed to the Byzantine Studies Program, describing their academic background, career goals, previous study of Greek, and reasons for wishing to attend the summer school. The application should also include a curriculum vitae and a transcript of the graduate school or undergraduate record. Two letters of recommendation should be sent separately, one from the student’s adviser, and one from an instructor in Greek, assessing the candidate’s present level of competence in ancient or medieval Greek. Principles of selection will include three considerations: previous meritorious achievement, need for intensive study of Byzantine Greek, and future direction of research. Awards will be announced in late February 2018, and must be accepted by March 15.

Please send all required materials to:

Dumbarton Oaks

Byzantine Studies Program

1703 32nd Street NW

Washington, DC 20007

Tel.: 202-339-6940 FAX: 202-298-8409, Email: Byzantine@doaks.org

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[8]. SESSION SCIENTIFIQUE DE L’ASSOCIATION “THAT”: “FIGURES DU PREMIER CHRISTIANISME” (PARIS, 03.02.2018)

Da: Delphine Lauritzen (delphinelauritzen@gmail.com)

Association THAT

Session scientifique du samedi 3 fevrier 2018

Organisee par Bernard Pouderon

La session scientifique se tiendra a’ Paris.

Le lieu precis sera communique’ ulterieurement.

Figures du premier christianisme

10h00

Introduction: Bernard Pouderon

Vincent Zarini: Presentation du volume Premiers ecrits chretiens

Bernard Pouderon: Presentation de l’Histoire de la litterature grecque, tomes I a’ III

Session scientifique

Presidence: Francoise Thelamon

10h30 Pierluigi Piovanelli

Les temoignages talmudiques sur Jesus

11h00 Francois Cassingena

La famille de Jesus chez Ephrem de Nisibe

11h30 Gianluca Piscini

Pratiques d’intertextualite’ dans le debat religieux du IIe siecle: les apologistes et Celse

12h00 Ilaria Ponti

La “Lettre de Marcel” dans la Passion de Neree et Achillee

12h30 Questions/Debat

12h40 Conclusions

12h45 Fin de la session

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[9]. SUMMER SCHOOL IN PAPYROLOGY (OSLO, 18-22.06.2018; APPLICATION DEADLINE: 01.03.2018)

Da: Barbara Crostini (crostini.barbara@gmail.com)

SUMMER COURSE IN PAPYROLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF OSLO, 18-22 JUNE 2018

The Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo and the Papyrus Collection of the University of Oslo Library invite applications for participation in the summer course in Papyrology to take place in Oslo 18-22 June 2018. The course gives 5 ECTS credit points. Coursework includes lectures, supervised work with papyri from the collection, and a written assignment (see details below). The focus will be on Greek and Coptic papyrology in keeping with the holdings of the Oslo collection.

The course is designed for advanced bachelor, master, and early PhD students of Classics, Ancient History, Egyptology and related subjects. Participants will hear lectures on the contents and classification of papyri, editorial method, and the socio-historical and linguistic context of papyri from Egypt from Hellenistic times to late Antiquity. They will also work with an unpublished papyrus (Greek or Coptic depending on their linguistic competence), the edition of which constitutes the written assignment (work with the edition will begin in Oslo under supervision and will be continued after the course; if the academic quality of the submitted work is satisfactory, a revised version of the edition may be included in forthcoming volumes of Oslo papyri). A session will be dedicated to the basics of papyrus conservation and will be followed by practical exercises in papyrus conservation.

Lecturers:

Anastasia Maravela (University of Oslo)

Joanne Vera Stolk (University of Oslo/Ghent University)

Agnes Tothne’ Mihalyko (University of Oslo)

Jens Mangerud (University of Oslo)

Joerg Graf (Universitaetsbibliothek Leipzig)

Jenny Cromwell (University of Copenhagen)

Formal requirements: a minimum of 30 ECTS credits in ancient Greek or an introductory course in the Coptic language. Full participation in the lectures and the supervised work is required to be eligible to submit the written assignment and receive the creditation.

Please submit your application by March 1st, 2018 to anastasia.maravela@ifikk.uio.no

The application should include:

– A letter of motivation (including the preference for working with a Greek or a Coptic papyrus)

– CV including relevant exam results

– A letter of recommendation by an academic teacher/tutor, which describes the candidate’s academic record, knowledge of the relevant language (Greek and/or Coptic) and previous acquaintance with papyrology.

Expenses

– There is no course fee.

– Course materials will be sent to successful applicants in electronic form.

– Accommodation in Oslo will be covered for successful applicants.

– Participants must pay their travel expenses.

The organisers

Anastasia Maravela

Joanne Stolk

Agnes T. Mihalyko

Anastasia Maravela

Professor of Ancient Greek / Co-editor of Symbolae Osloenses

Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas

University of Oslo

Pb. 1020 Blindern

0315 Oslo

Website: http://www.hf.uio.no/ifikk/english/people/aca/classics/tenured/anastasm/

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[10]. ATELIER DOCTORAL INTERNATIONAL: “OUTILS ET METHODES POUR L’HISTOIRE DES EGLISES ENTRE ORIENT ET OCCIDENT (Ve-XIXe SIECLE)” (ROME, 10-15.09.2018): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.03.2018)

Da: Delphine Lauritzen (delphinelauritzen@gmail.com)

Outils et methodes pour l’histoire des Eglises entre Orient et Occident (Ve-XIXe siecle)

Atelier doctoral international, Rome

10-15 septembre 2018

Organisation :

Frederic Gabriel (CNRS, IHRIM, ENS de Lyon)

Camille Rouxpetel (CRM-Universite’ Paris-Sorbonne / CRHIA-Universite’ de Nantes / Villa I Tatti, the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies)

Comite’ scientifique:

Dominique Iogna-Prat (CNRS, EHESS, CeSor)

Michel-Yves Perrin (EPHE-LEM)

Pierre Savy (EFR)

Benoit Schmitz (Centre Roland Mousnier, Paris)

Laurent Tatarenko (IESW / CERCEC)

L’Ecole francaise de Rome, en partenariat avec l’EHESS, l’ENS de Lyon, trois laboratoires du CNRS (LEM, CeSor, IHRIM) et le labex CoMod (Lyon), organise un atelier doctoral a’ Rome du 10 au 15 septembre 2018. Cet atelier s’inscrit dans le cadre du programme “Normes et pratiques du religieux en Orient et Occident: une histoire croisee des circulations entre les communautes chretiennes d’Europe et de Mediterranee” (https://normesrel.hypotheses.org). Dirige’ par Camille Rouxpetel et Laurent Tatarenko, ce programme federe l’Ecole francaise d’Athenes, le Centre de recherche francais a’ Jerusalem et l’EFR, ainsi que le CNRS (CeSor, CERCEC), l’Universite’ catholique de Louvain et l’Universite’ de Nantes (CRHIA).

Les relations entre religion et institutions, longtemps delaissees par des sciences humaines et sociales structurees par la laicite’ ou, au contraire, investies a’ des fins apologetiques, sont aujourd’hui interrogees a’ nouveaux frais. Dans ce cadre, il est indispensable de revenir de maniere critique sur la notion d’Eglise, dans sa pluralite’ confessionnelle, occidentale et orientale (Europe centrale et orientale, espace hellenique, Proche-Orient), car bien souvent, l'”histoire religieuse” prend pour acquis ce qu’il s’agit ici d’interroger. A’ l’inverse, dans cette ecole thematique internationale, nous mettrons en evidence et nous discuterons les problematiques qui structurent l’institutionnalite’ ecclesiale, ses normes, ses ramifications, ses jeux d’echelles, et nous proposerons une cartographie des champs relatifs a’ ce domaine. Classiquement, quand il s’agit de definir l’Eglise, on reconnait d’emblee l’ambiguite’ du terme, ses sens multiples: c’est cette ambiguite’ et sa polyphonie que nous explorerons de maniere interdisciplinaire, pour mieux comprendre la dialectique entre religion, institution et normes.

Cet atelier doctoral permettra ainsi de mettre en rapport des historiographies separees alors meme qu’elles partagent un objet central et fort, l’Eglise, qui n’est souvent traitee que comme une toile de fond de l’histoire. En effet, l’objet “Eglise” est interdisciplinaire par definition, mais son etude, rare en tant que telle dans le monde francophone, est demembree entre differentes disciplines (theologie, histoire, mais aussi lettres classiques, sociologie, philosophie, droit). Les participant-e-s qui prendront part a’ cette ecole auront l’opportunite’ de voir reunies des approches diverses et complementaires: sociale, normative, liturgique, politique, orientaliste. Les participant-e-s auront acces aux methodes, aux problematisations et aux derniers acquis de ces differentes approches interdisciplinaires dans la longue duree. En outre, ils auront egalement l’occasion de discuter entre eux de leurs sujets, et de la spécificité ou de la convergence de leurs problématiques. Enfin, ils bénéficieront des regards de différents spécialistes sur les problèmes qu’ils rencontrent, puisque tous les conferenciers participeront a’ l’ecole dans sa totalite’.

Rome est l’un des lieux par excellence ou’ l’on peut etudier dans un perimetre restreint des elements divers qui s’echelonnent sur un millenaire: sites archeologiques, batiments antiques, medievaux et “baroques”, fonds d’archives, bibliotheques ecclesiastiques. Pour un atelier doctoral qui se situe a’ la croisee de plusieurs domaines, ce centre geographique des epoques antique, medievale et moderne s’impose de lui-meme.

L’atelier se deroulera de la maniere suivante:

1) Des conferences historiographiques, en francais, qui presenteront le matin une synthese problematisee de l’etat de l’art, ainsi que les perspectives les plus actuelles de la recherche. Apres ces interventions, une large place sera consacree aux discussions.

2) Dans un format plus reduit, l’apres-midi, les etudiant-e-s pourront faire un expose’ concis en lien avec les thematiques abordees (langues de travail: italien, francais, anglais). Pendant cette semaine de formation, nous envisageons de sélectionner les meilleurs exposés des participant-e-s. pour leur proposer, à l’issue de l’atelier, une soumission de leur texte aux Melanges de l’Ecole francaise de Rome Moyen Age.

3) Des visites guidees et commentees de sites archeologiques, de batiments et de fonds archivistiques.

L’Ecole francaise de Rome propose 12 bourses pour des jeunes chercheurs (etudiant-e-s en master 2, en doctorat ou jeunes post-doctorant-e-s de l’Union europeenne et d’autres pays) effectuant un travail de recherche sur les themes et les problemes de l’atelier. Ces bourses couvrent uniquement les frais de sejour a’ Rome. Les frais de transport incombent aux laboratoires ou aux ecoles doctorales des participant-e-s (a’ titre exceptionnel, nous pourrons envisager de prendre en charge certains trajets).

Les candidat-e-s doivent envoyer (en francais, ou en italien, ou en anglais), avant le 31 mars 2018, a’ secrma@efrome.it1. un CV d’une page et 2. la presentation de leur sujet de recherche en une page.

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[11]. IONIAN SUMMER SCHOOL OF GREEK LANGUAGE, HISTORY AND CULTURE (CORFU, 07-22.07.2018; DATE OF FINAL REGISTRATION: 30.04.2018)

Da: Vera von Falkenhausen (verafalk@libero.it)

CORFU, 7-22 JULY 2018

The Ionian University has the honor of inviting you to the Summer School of Greek Language, History and Culture (Corfu Summer School), which will take place from 07 to 22 July 2018 in beautiful Corfu!

As a result of a partnership of three Departments of our University (the Department of Foreign Languages, Translation and Interpreting, the Department of History and the Department of Music Studies), the Summer School program includes lessons, guided tours of the island’s cultural sights, experiential activities and excursions.

So if you want to combine knowledge and a summer vacation on a wonderful Greek island, you can visit our site https://sites.ionio.gr/css

For more information and clarification and / or contact us at our address el-summerschool@ionio.gr

B. PUBBLICAZIONI

[1]. “MELANGES JEAN-CLAUDE CHEYNET” = “TRAVAUX ET MEMOIRES” 21/1 (2017)

Da: Aisbnews (aisbnews@gmail.com)

” ‘HOU DORON EIMI TAS GRAPHAS NOEI’: MELANGES JEAN-CLAUDE CHEYNET”,

ed. par B. CASEAU, V. PRIGENT et A. SOPRACASA (= Travaux et Memoires 21/1, 2017).

Paris, Association des Amis du Centre d’Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, 2017.

ISBN 978-2-916716-63-3. — ISSN 0577-1471.

TABLE DES MATIERES:

“Preface”, par Helene AHRWEILER, p. V. — Tabula gratulatoria, p. VII. — Abreviations, p. XI. — “Bibliographie de Jean-Claude Cheynet”, p. XXI. — Luisa ANDRIOLLO, “Le charme du rebelle malheureux: Georges Maniakes dans les sources grecques du XI siecle”, p. 1. — Dominique BARTHELEMY, “Le sire de Coucy a’ la bataille de Bouvines (1214-1274)”, p. 13. — Marie-Helene BLANCHET, “L’usage de la censure dans l’exercice du pouvoir imperial et a’ l’epoque paleologue: la politique ecclesiastique”, p. 21. — Beatrice CASEAU, “L’exercice de la charite’ a’ Byzance d’apres les sceaux et les tesseres (Ve-XIIe siecle)”, p. 31. — John COTSONIS, “Choired saints on Byzantine lead seals and their significance (sixth-twelfth centuries): a preliminary study”, p. 53. — Olivier DELOUIS, La Collection canonique du hieromoine Macaire retrouvee a’ Orleans (olim Mikulov I 136, nunc Parisinus Suppl. gr. 1394)”, p. 67. — Vincent DEROCHE, “Des miracles pour la bonne societe’: la Vie de saint Sampson par Symeon Metaphraste”, p. 109. — Marina DETORAKI, “Portraits des saints dans l’hagiographie byzantine: du portrait theologique a’ l’exaltation de la beaute’ physique”, p. 123. — Stephanos EFTHYMIADES, “Declassiciser pour edifier? Remarques et reflexions a’ propos de la metaphrase de l’Alexiade d’Anne Comnene”, p. 139. — Bernard FLUSIN, “Remarques sur la date de redaction du De cerimoniis”, p. 151. — Thierry GANCHOU, ” ‘La tour d’Irene’ (Eirene Kulesi) a’ Istanbul: le palais de Loukas Notaras?”, p. 169. — Maria GEROLYMATOU, “Vivre avec les pirates aux XIIe-XIIIe siecles: l’exemple de Patmos”, p. 257. — Andreas GKOUTZIOUKOSTAS, “Administration of justice in the geographical area of Byzantine Macedonia (10th-11th c.): was there a continuation or survival of the Roman conventus?”, p. 267. — Lucile HERMAY, “Les moines revoltes a’ Byzance (843-1204)”, p. 277. — James HOWARD-JOHNSTON, “Military and provincial reform in the East in the tenth century”, p. 285. — Michel KAPLAN, “Pouvoir des fondateurs et pouvoir des higoumenes dans les monasteres byzantins, Xe-XIIe siecle”, p. 311. — Ioanna KOLTSIDA-MAKRE, “Philaretos Brachamios, portrait of a Byzantine official: an unpublished lead seal in the Byzantine museum of Phthiotis (Greece)”, p. 325. — Marina LOUKAKI, “Quand l’empereur byzantin nomme son successeur (VIe-XIIe s.): le discours d’investiture”, p. 333. — Paul MAGDALINO, “Deux precisions sur la terminologie juridique relative aux ‘pauvres’ au Xe-XIIe siecle”, p. 343. — Jean-Pierre MAHE’, “La sainte lance des princes Prochiantz”, p. 349. — Smilja MARJANOVIC-DUSANIC, “Les conceptions du corps dans l’hagiographie serbe”, p. 363. — Athanasios MARKOPOULOS, “L’assassinat de Nicephore Phokas et ‘la mort des persecuteurs’ chez Leon le Diacre”, p. 375. — Jean-Marie MARTIN, “A’ propos des chrysobulles, argyrobulles et autres usages byzantins dans l’Italie normande”, p. 385. — Bernadette MARTIN-HISARD, “Regards croises du XIe siecle, byzantin et georgien, sur Lip’arit’ et sa famille”, p. 399. — Sophie METIVIER, “Michel Maleinos, un saint des Phocas?”, p. 451. — Brigitte MONDRAIN, “Le monogramme d’un certain Abramios dans les manuscrits”, p. 459. — Cecile MORRISSON, “Anglo-Byzantina: monnaies et sceaux outre-Manche (IXe-XIIIe siecle)”, p. 471. — John NESBITT, “Blachernites the enthusiast”, p. 487. — Paolo ODORICO, “Eustathe de Thessalonique et le difficile exercice du pouvoir”, p. 493. — Annick PETERS-CUSTOT, “Petite note sur un revival aux multiples facettes: le magister militum dans les sources latines du XI siecle”, p. 507. — Brigitte Pitarakis, “‘Et il y eut guerre dans le ciel’ (Ap 12,7): a’ propos d’une amulette en or paleochretienne au decor figure’ de la collection Schlumberger au Cabinet des medailles”, p. 519. — Mihailo St. POPOVIC, “The ‘medieval Serbian oecumene’ and its borderzones in Byzantine Macedonia”, p. 537. — Antonio RIGO, “Six anathemes, l’ange Amen et une liste d’heretiques ‘manicheens’ du Xe siecle”, p. 553. — Guillaume SAINT-GUILLAIN et Vivien PRIGENT, “Sigillographia Veneto-Byzantina: les Venitiens et Byzance d’apres le temoignage des sceaux”, p. 561. — Werner SEIBT, “Roman military presence on the Georgian coast from the third to the fifth century: with an appendix on the Ala Abasgorum”, p. 637. — Philippe SENAC et Tawfiq IBRAHIM, “Notes sur des sceaux de la conquete omeyyade (premiere moitie’ du VIIIe siecle)”, p. 645. — Christian SETTIPANI et Jean-Francois VANNIER, “Genealogie et rhetorique a’ Byzance (XIe-XIIe siecle)”, p. 657. — Jonathan SHEPARD, “Power-seeking on the imperial fringes in the later 11th century: the uses of seals”, p. 675. — Alessio SOPRACASA et Vivien PRIGENT, “Sceaux byzantins de la collection Sopracasa”, p. 691. — Christos STAVRAKOS, “The Byzantine and post-Byzantine lead seals and minor objects from the Monastery of the Dormition of the Virgin (Zerbitsa) at Xerokampi of Lakonia”, p. 759. — Elena STEPANOVA, “Le bullaire de l’eglise de la Nea”, p. 777. — Alexandra-Kyriaki WASSILIOU-SEIBT, “From magister militum to strategos: the evolution of the highest military commands in early Byzantium (5th c.)”, p. 789. — Appendix: Constantin ZUCKERMAN, “Marinos (PmbZ 4797), count of the Opsikion and exarch of Italy”, p. 803. — Mark WHITTOW, “Staying on top in Byzantium, 963-1210”, p. 807. — Constantin ZUCKERMAN, “On generals of Armenian origin named Leo in the early 800’s, or, The Continuer reads Theophanes”, p. 831. — Abstracts/Resumes en anglais”, p. 851. — Table des matieres, p. 865.

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[2]. “QUARANTE ANS APRES PAUL LEMERLE” = “TRAVAUX ET MEMOIRES” 21/2 (2017)

Da: Aisbnews (aisbnews@gmail.com)

“AUTOUR DU ‘PREMIER HUMANISME BYZANTIN’ ET DES ‘CINQ ETUDES SUR LE XIE SIECLE’, QUARANTE ANS APRES PAUL LEMERLE”, ed. par B. FLUSIN et J.-C. CHEYNET (= Travaux et memoires 21/2, 2017).

Paris, Association des Amis du Centre d’Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, 2017.

ISBN 978-2-916716-64-0. — ISSN 0577-1471.

TABLE DES MATIERES:

“Avant-propos”, p. V. — Abreviations, p. IX. — Paul MAGDALINO, “Humanisme et mecenat imperial aux IXe et Xe siecles”, p. 3. — Paolo ODORICO, “Du premier humanisme a’ l’encyclopedisme: une construction a’ revoir”, p. 23. — Jean Michel SPIESER, “La ‘Renaissance macedonienne’: de son invention a’ sa mise en cause”, p. 43. — Athanasios MARKOPOULOS, “L’education a’ Byzance aux IXe-Xe siecle, quarante ans apres Paul Lemerle”, p. 53. — Jean Pierre MAHE’, “L’age obscur de la science byzantine et les traductions armeniennes hellenisantes vers 570-730″, p. 75. — Muriel DEBIE’, ” ‘La science est commune’: sources syriaques et culture grecque en Syrie Mesopotamie par-dela’ les siecles obscurs byzantins”, p. 87. — Vivien PRIGENT, “A’ l’ouest rien de nouveau? L’Italie du Sud et le premier humanisme byzantin”, p. 129. — Stephanos EFTHYMIADIS, “De Taraise a’ Methode: l’apport des premieres grandes figures reconsidere’ “, p. 165. — Theodora ANTONOPOULOU, “Emperor Leo VI the Wise and the “first Byzantine humanism”: on the quest for renovation and cultural synthesis”, p. 187. — Margherita LOSACCO, “Photius, la Bibliotheque, et au-dela’: l’etat de la recherche, l’usage des classiques et les prefaces du corpus”, p. 235. — Bernard FLUSIN, “Arethas de Cesaree et la transmission du savoir”, p. 309. — Anne TIHON, “Premier humanisme byzantin: le temoignage des manuscrits astronomiques”, p. 325. — Valerie FROMENTIN, “La memoire de l’histoire: la tradition antique, tardo-antique et byzantine des historiens grecs, Ve siecle avant-Xe siecle apres J. C.”, p. 339. — Reinhart CEULEMANS et Peter VAN DEUN, “Reflexions sur la litterature anthologique de Constantin V a’ Constantin VII”, p. 361. — Peter VAN DEUN, “Le commentaire de Metrophane de Smyrne sur la Premiere Epitre de Pierre (chapitre 1, versets 1-23)”, p. 389. — Dimitris KRALLIS, “Historians, politics, and the polis in the eleventh and twelfth centuries”, p. 419. — Jean Claude CHEYNET, “La societe’ urbaine”, p. 449. — James HOWARD JOHNSTON, “Proces aristocratiques de la Peira”, p. 483. — Dominique BARTHELEMY, “L’aristocratie franque du XI siecle en contraste avec l’aristocratie byzantine”, p. 491. — Luisa ANDRIOLLO et Sophie METIVIER, “Quel role pour les provinces dans la domination aristocratique au XI siecle?”, p. 505. — Raul ESTANGUI GOMEZ et Michel KAPLAN, “La societe’ rurale au XIe siecle: une reevaluation”, p. 531. — Andreas GKOUTZIOUKOSTAS, “Administrative structures of Byzantium during the 11th century: officials of the imperial secretariat and administration of justice”, p. 561. — John HALDON, “L’armee au XIe siecle: quelques questions et quelques problemes”, p. 581. — Kostis SMYRLIS, “The fiscal revolution of Alexios I Komnenos: timing, scope and motives”, p. 593. — Cecile MORRISSON, “Revisiter le XIe siecle quarante ans apres: expansion et crise”, p. 611. — David JACOBY, “Byzantine maritime trade, 1025-1118”, p. 627. — Johannes KODER, “Remarks on trade and economy in eleventh century Asia Minor: an approach”, p. 649. — Mihailo St. POPOVIC, “Les Balkans: routes, foires et pastoralisme au XIe siecle”, p. 665. — Jean-Michel SPIESER, “L’art au XIe siecle: une vue d’ensemble”, p. 675. — Beatrice CASEAU et Marie Christine FAYANT, “Le renouveau du culte des stylites syriens aux Xe et XIe siecles? La Vie abregee de Symeon Stylite le Jeune (BHG 1691c)”, p. 701. — Jean Marie MARTIN, “L’Italie byzantine au XIe siecle”, p. 733. — Jonathan SHEPARD, “Man-to-man, ‘dog-eat-dog’, cults in common: the tangled threads of Alexios’ dealings with the Franks”, p. 749. — Isabelle AUGE’, “Les Armeniens et l’Empire byzantin (1025-1118)”, p. 789. — Abstracts/Resumes en anglais, p. 809. — Liste des contributeurs, p. 819. — Index general, p. 821. — Index des manuscrits, p. 844. — Table des matieres, p. 847.

C. NOTIZIE

[1]. AUSSCHREIBUNG EINER MITARBEITERSTELLE / LEHRSTUHL FUER BYZANTINISTIK AN DER LUDWIG-MAXIMILIANS-UNIVERSITAET MUENCHEN (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 26.01.2018)

Da: Vera von Falkenhausen (verafalk@libero.it)

Der Lehrstuhl fuer Byzantinistik an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen sucht zum naechsten moeglichen Zeitpunkt in Vollzeit eine/n

Akademischen Rat/Akademische Raetin im Beamtenverhaeltnis auf Zeit

Ihre Aufgaben:

Lehre im Umfang von 5 SWS

Betreuung Studierender

Mitwirkung bei der Literaturbeschaffung

Uebernahme administrativer und organisatorischer Aufgaben am Lehrstuhl

Mitwirkung bei der Redaktion der Byzantinischen Zeitschrift

Die Moeglichkeit der wissenschaftlichen Weiterbildung wird geboten (Habilitation).

Ihr Profil:

Abgeschlossene Promotion im Fach Byzantinistik

Erfahrung in der Lehre ist von Vorteil

Unser Angebot:

Ihr Arbeitsplatz befindet sich in zentraler Lage in Muenchen und ist sehr gut mit oeffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln zu erreichen. Wir bieten Ihnen einen interessanten und verantwortungsvollen Arbeitsplatz mit guten Weiterbildungs- und Entwicklungsmoeglichkeiten.

Die Eingruppierung erfolgt nach TV-L, Entgeltgruppe 13, bzw. Besoldungsgruppe A13. Eine Teilzeitbeschaeftigung ist grundsaetzlich moeglich. Schwerbehinderte Bewerber/innen werden bei ansonsten im Wesentlichen gleicher Eignung bevorzugt. Die Bewerbung von Frauen wird begruesst.

Befristung: 3 Jahre, mit der Moeglichkeit zur Verlaengerung um weitere 3 Jahre.

Eine Verbeamtung ist nur bei Vorliegen aller beamtenrechtlichen Voraussetzungen moeglich.

Bitte schicken Sie Ihre aussagekraeftigen Bewerbungsunterlagen bis spaetestens 26.01.2018 an

Prof. Dr. Albrecht Berger, Institut fuer Byzantinistik, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, 80539 Muenchen, oder per e-mail an albrecht.berger@lmu.de

Fuer Rueckfragen steht Ihnen Herr Berger per e-mail zur Verfuegung.

Der Ausschreibungstext wird von morgen an auch auf https://www.uni-muenchen.de/aktuelles/stellenangebote/wissenschaft zu finden sein.

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[2]. JOB POSITION AS TENURED PROFESSOR OF HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL ART, ESPECIALLY OF BYZANTINE ART IN VENICE, UNIVERSITY OF CA’ FOSCARI / PROCEDURA SELETTIVA PER LA COPERTURA DI N. 1 POSTO DI PROFESSORE UNIVERSITARIO DI RUOLO DI SECONDA FASCIA (SETTORE S-D L-ART/01: STORIA DELL’ARTE MEDIEVALE) ALL’UNIVERSITA’ CA’ FOSCARI DI VENEZIA (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 08.02.2018)

Da: Antonio Rigo (arigo@unive.it)

E’ indetta la procedura selettiva per la copertura di 1 posto di professore universitario, fascia degli associati, da coprire mediante chiamata ai sensi dell’art.18, comma 4, della Legge n. 240/2010:

Settore concorsuale: 10/B1 (Storia dell’Arte)

Settore Scientifico-Disciplinare di riferimento del profilo: L-ART/01 (Storia dell’Arte Medievale)

Dipartimento: Filosofia e Beni Culturali

Sede di servizio: Universita’ Ca’ Foscari Venezia e presso la sede del Dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali (Palazzo Malcanton-Marcora’).

Impegno didattico e scientifico: E’ previsto un impegno didattico massimo di 120 ore coerente con i contenuti del settore scientifico-disciplinare e, in particolare, con la Storia dell’arte bizantina nell’Oriente cristiano anche in lingua inglese, nei corsi di laurea triennale, magistrale e nei corsi di dottorato.

Impegno scientifico: L’attivita’ di ricerca avra’ per oggetto la storia dell’arte medievale bizantina del Mediterraneo e dell’Oriente cristiano. In particolare, lo studio delle opere architettoniche, scultoree, pittoriche, grafiche, della miniatura e delle cosiddette arti minori, nonche’ della produzione artigianale nell’eta’ medievale sia nell’area Adriatica, sia nel Mediterraneo orientale, nell’Africa settentrionale, nei Balcani e nel Caucaso; studi condotti anche con gli strumenti dell’iconografia e iconologia, della letteratura artistica e della sociologia dell’arte, con riferimento alla storia della disciplina e della sua epistemologia, anche allo scopo di potenziare la didattica del museo.

Numero massimo di pubblicazioni presentabili: 14, di cui minimo 2 e massimo 5 monografie.

Contenuti della prova orale:

Il candidato dovra’ tenere una lezione di 40 minuti, pensata per un corso di laurea magistrale, su un tema a scelta riguardante l’arte bizantina, escludendo gli argomenti trattati nel suo percorso di ricerca. La prova orale proseguira’ con la presentazione dei principali risultati di ricerca ottenuti e sulle proposte di ricerca da avviare a Venezia, anche tenendo presente i principi di interazione, integrazione e collaborazione con le ricerche e i profili scientifici presenti in dipartimento.

Prova di lingua: lettura e conversazione. La prova e’ aperta al pubblico. La prova si terra’ in lingua italiana.

Lingua/e estera/e di cui sara’ accertata la competenza linguistica: Inglese

Standard qualitativi riconosciuti a livello internazionale ai fini della valutazione nonche’ gli eventuali ulteriori elementi di qualificazione didattica e scientifica ritenuti necessari, garantendo in ogni caso un’adeguata ampiezza del profilo delineato: Esigenze didattiche relative all’insegnamento della Storia dell’arte bizantina, in considerazione della mancanza di questo profilo come previsto dal piano triennale di sviluppo e delle esigenze di ricerca che richiedono, per l’ateneo veneziano, di avviare progetti di storia dell’arte bizantina. Si richiede inoltre un profilo che meglio si integri con l’insieme delle competenze e delle ricerche dei docenti dell’area di Storia dell’arte medievale presenti in Dipartimento.

La domanda dovra’ essere presentata entro le ore 12.00 dell’8 febbraio 2018.

Per maggiori informazioni sul bando: http://intra.unive.it/plapps/bandi/common/showbando?id=28350

[Si ricorda che i candidati devono essere in possesso, alla data di chiusura del bando, dell’abilitazione scientifica nazionale per la prima fascia nel settore concorsuale 10/B1 (Storia dell’arte)]

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[3]. 9 CONTRACTS POST-DOCTORAUX (1 AN: ANNEE UNIVERSITAIRE 2018-2019) CHEZ LE LABEX HASTEC (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06.02.2018)

Da: Delphine Lauritzen (delphinelauritzen@gmail.com)

Mise au concours de neuf contrats de recherche post-doctorale d’un an (annee universitaire 2018-2019)

Le Laboratoire d’Excellence Histoire et anthropologie des savoirs, des techniques et des croyances (HASTEC) propose pour l’annee universitaire 2018-2019 neuf contrats de recherche post-doctorale (1 an) a’ de jeunes chercheurs inscrivant leur enquete dans les champs du LabEx.

Le projet scientifique du LabEx HASTEC est de comprendre, dans leur historicite’ et a’ travers les liaisons mouvantes que ces trois termes entretiennent entre eux, sur la longue duree, l’entrelacs des savoirs, des techniques et des croyances, par quoi se modelent et se reconfigurent les societes humaines, les corps politiques, mais aussi le patrimoine mental (intellectuel, spirituel, religieux, philosophique, scientifique) et la capacite’ pratique de l’humanite’.

L’unite’ du projet se deploie en sept “programmes collaboratifs” decrivant par leurs multiples connexions le perimetre du LabEx:

1. “Competences et savoirs”;

2. “Savoirs scientifiques,savoirs croyants,savoirs sociaux”;

3. “Techniques du (faire) croire”;

4. “Techniques intellectuelles et spirituelles”;

5. “Commentaire (COMMENT-R)”;

6. “Mondes savants”;

7. “Cultures savantes numeriques”.

Le projet s’appuie parallelement sur les programmes inscrits dans les projets quinquennaux propres aux divers partenaires, et qui relevent de ce perimetre thematique large et fortement pluridisciplinaire. Il se definit selon un arc chronologique, disciplinaire et methodologique tres vaste, qui joint l’etude de la plus haute Antiquite’ (mesopotamienne, proche-orientale, mediterraneenne) a’ celle du monde contemporain et de ses marges futures, qui associe aussi les disciplines de l’histoire et de l’erudition (philologie et archeologie des mondes anciens et medievaux, histoire des textes, des religions, de la pensee, de la philosophie), l’histoire des sciences et des techniques (selon la pluralite’ des acceptions du mot), les methodes et questionnements des sciences sociales mais aussi les techniques de management economique et social. Ces divers champs thematiques se croisent dans les programmes collaboratifs.

La programmation scientifique du LabEx est ainsi construite sur quatre niveaux:

– celui des equipes-partenaires et de leurs projets quinquennaux s’inscrivant thematiquement dans le perimetre du LabEx et ouverts aux collaborations de recherche au sein de celui-ci;

– celui des sept «programmes collaboratifs» qui sont lecoeur actif d’HASTEC;

– celui de la construction de modeles (morphologie des supports et types d’inscription des savoirs, des techniques et des croyances);

– un dernier niveau concerne l’impact des nouvelles technologies sur la production nouvelle du savoir et sur les modalites de sa diffusion et de sa communication.

Les candidats veilleront – en liaison avec les “correspondants scientifiques”, ainsi qu’avec les directeurs des Unites de recherche et partenaires du LabEx – a’ definir soigneusement et explicitement leurs projets par rapport a’ l’un des champs thematiques d’HASTEC: ils sont invites a’ se reporter au site Web (https://labexhastec-psl.ephe.fr/category/operations-scientifiques/) pour prendre connaissance des operations scientifiques engagees par le LabEx, et aux sites des diverses Unites de recherche mentionnees ci-apres.

Les candidats determinent leur projet post-doctoral en accord avec un chercheur ou un enseignant-chercheur qui sera le “correspondant scientifique” responsable de la demande, obligatoirement membre du LabEx, et avec le directeur de l’Unite’ de recherche concernee, lequel produira une lettre d’accueil versee au dossier de candidature.

Le chercheur post-doc. a vocation a’ participer aux operations scientifiques du ou des programmes collaboratifs dans lesquels s’inscrit son theme de recherche, ainsi qu’aux actions de l’Unite’ dans laquelle il sera affecte’.

Une fiche de poste precisant les obligations du post-doc. est jointe en Annexe au present Appel d’offres.

La liste des membres du LabEx susceptibles d’etre “correspondants scientifiques” est publiee sur le site du LabEx (https://labexhastec-psl.ephe.fr/partenaires/).

Pour toute demande d’information complementaire sur le programme scientifique du LabEx, ecrire a’:

M. Philippe Hoffmann (EPHE, responsable scientifique du LabEx): Philippe.Hoffmann@ephe.sorbonne.fr

M. Jerome Billaud (responsable administratif, Service de la Recherche de l’EPHE): recherche@ephe.sorbonne.fr

M. Sylvain Pilon (Charge’ d’appui a’ la coordination du LabEx): coordinateur.hastec@ephe.sorbonne.fr

CONSTITUTION DES DOSSIERS DE CANDIDATURE

9 contrats post-doctoraux proposes (2018-2019)

Date de debut des contrats: 1er octobre 2018

Nous precisons a’ l’intention des candidats titulaires d’un poste d’enseignement secondaire que les contrats ne sont attribues que dans le cadre d’une mise en disponibilite’,

et non d’un detachement.

Les dossiers incomplets ne seront pas examines

A.

doctorat en France ou a’ l’etranger apres le 30 septembre 2013 et avant la date de depot du dossier de candidature (6 fevrier 2018); il est obligatoire que la these de doctorat ait ete’ soutenue au moment du depot du dossier;

B. Composition du dossier de candidature (un seul fichier au format .pdf, en respectant l’ordre des documents suivant):

– Fiche de renseignements synthetique (formulaire a’ telecharger) ;

– Lettre de candidature et de motivation;

– Curriculum vitae detaille’ et liste des publications (10 pages au maximum);

– Projet de recherche (12 500 signes, espaces compris, pour le texte lui-meme; une bibliographie complementaire peut figurer en annexe);

– Lettre du “correspondant scientifique” responsable de la demande;

– Lettre du directeur de l’Unite’ (ou du partenaire) accueillant le post-doctorant (il est demande’ que cette Unite’ de recherche soit differente de celle au sein de laquelle a ete’ preparee la these de doctorat);

– Rapport de soutenance de these (s’il existe); la soutenance doit avoir eu lieu apres le 30 septembre 2013 et avant le 6 fevrier 2018;

– Copie (scannee) du diplome de doctorat;

– Lettres de recommandation de personnalites qualifiees (une au moins, deux au plus).

C. Une publication significative: article publie’ sous forme imprimee, ou en edition electronique, ou bien admis par un Comite’ de lecture (fournir la lettre d’acceptation) sous format pdf.

D. Depot du dossier de candidature:

Le dossier (un seul fichier portant le nom du candidat au format .pdf), et la publication significative (au format .pdf) doivent etre envoyes avant le mardi 6 fevrier 2018 (a’ 9 heures), au Service de la Recherche de l’EPHE: coordinateur.hastec@ephe.sorbonne.fr

Le resultat de la selection (sur la base d’une admissibilite’ sur dossier et d’une audition) sera annonce’ a’ la fin du mois de mai 2018.

La remuneration mensuelle brute est de 3065 Euros.

Contacts :

M. Sylvain Pilon, coordinateur du LabEx HASTEC: coordinateur.hastec@ephe.sorbonne.fr

ou

M. Jerome Billaud, Service de la recherche de l’Ecole pratique des hautes etudes: recherche@ephe.sorbonne.fr

FICHE DE POSTE DES CHERCHEURS POST-DOCTORANTS DU LABEX HASTEC

Il sera demande’ aux chercheurs post-doctorants de satisfaire aux obligations suivantes:

– Presence dans le Laboratoire d’accueil et participation normale a’ la vie du Laboratoire (seminaires, conferences…), en relation avec le correspondant scientifique, et en accord avec le directeur du Laboratoire;

– Presence a’ l’automne 2018 aux “5e Rencontres du LabEx Hastec” (presentation de plusieurs des projets les plus importants, les plus avances et les plus transversaux conduits au sein du LabEx);

– Participation au printemps 2019 a’ la “Journee des Jeunes Chercheurs”: presentation des resultats de la recherche et echange entre tous les chercheurs contractuels du LabEx (avec leurs correspondants scientifiques);

– Un engagement significatif (intervention, co-organisation de journee d’etude, activite’ editoriale, suivi d’un seminaire, carnet de recherche, conception de ressources electroniques, de bases de donnees etc.) dans l’une des operations scientifiques du LabEx;

– Une publication (parue, acceptee ou soumise pour publication [en ce dernier cas avec statut de Working Paper]) correspondant au projet de post-doc. et portant obligatoirement la mention du LabEx dans la signature;

– Un rapport final d’activite’ et de recherche, decrivant les activites de l’annee et correspondant au projet soumis lors du concours, pouvant resumer ou reprendre la publication mentionnee ci-dessus (ou integrer des elements de documentation) et mis en ligne sur le site du LabEx (avec eventuellement un statut de Working Paper);

– Engagement a’ respecter les regles de la “Charte europeenne des chercheurs” (http://ec.europa.eu/euraxess/index.cfm/rights/europeanCharter).

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[4]. FIXED TERM RESEARCH FELLOW IN BYZANTINE INTELLECTUAL AND/OR CULTURAL HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EDIMBURGH (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 14.02.2018)

Da: Richard Westall (richard.westall@gmail.com)

University of Edinburgh

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Classics

Research Fellow in Byzantine Intellectual and/or Cultural History

Full Time / Fixed Term

Job Ref: 042400

Salary: 32,548 to 38,833 pounds per annum

We are seeking to appoint a Research Fellow who specialises in the Byzantine intellectual and/or cultural history, with background in the history of education or the classical tradition in Byzantium, especially of the middle period (from c.650 to c.1350). The Research Fellow should have a strong interest in exploring and employing cross-cultural approaches to the history of education and empire studies. This post is part of a comparative research project focusing on the Byzantine and medieval Chinese (Tang/Song) empires, “Classicising learning in medieval imperial systems: Cross-cultural approaches to Byzantine paideia and Tang/Song xue” (PAIXUE), which is funded by the European Research Council (ERC CoG 726371, 2017–2022) and co-directed by Niels Gaul and Curie Virag. It is therefore essential that the postholder be genuinely interested in engaging with Tang/Song learned culture and practices from a comparative vantage point, and willing to develop the requisite skills and methodologies. Research interests in literary mimesis/intertextuality, questions of rhetorical theory, especially ethos and emotions, and/or experience with manuscript studies, or willingness to engage with these, would be an advantage. The postholder will pursue his/her own research in close cooperation with the project team, and is expected to present the results of his/her work in a scholarly monograph written with a comparative angle and to co-author at least one cross-disciplinary article with a Sinologist team member.

The Research Fellow will become a core member of the small PAIXUE project team that will consist of two Byzantinists and two Sinologists (including the project directors). PAIXUE constitutes the first attempt to study classicising learning and its social, political, and intellectual ramifications systematically and in-depth across two medieval imperial systems, the Byzantine and Tang/Song empires. In addition to advancing each discipline in its own right, one major aim is to integrate these two sophisticated but separate fields in order to develop a more inclusive framework on a specific and well-defined aspect of comparative empire studies and to create a methodology and terminology shareable with other disciplines.

PAIXUE will host three major international conferences, in which the Research Fellow is invited to play an active role.

This is a full time (35 hours per week) and fixed term post from August 2018 until July 2021.

Closing date: 5pm (GMT) on Wednesday 14th February 2018

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[5]. JOB OPENING GHENT (BELGIUM): TWO RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (BYZANTINE) GREEK PHILOLOGY (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 28.02.2018)

Da: Rachele Ricceri (rachele.ricceri@ugent.be)

JOB OPENING GHENT (BELGIUM): TWO RESEARCH ASSISTANTS (BYZANTINE) GREEK PHILOLOGY

The Greek Section of the Departments of Literary Studies and Linguistics at Ghent University (Belgium) is seeking two well-qualified collaborators for the “Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams” (DBBE, www.dbbe.ugent.be).

A full version of the job description is to be found here: http://www.letterkunde.ugent.be/en/DBBEJobs2018

Applications should include a full curriculum vitae (including accurate information on grades and study results), a motivation letter, and the name and contact details of two referees. Applications must be sent electronically (preferably as pdf) to Professor Kristoffel Demoen (kristoffel.demoen@ugent.be), no later than February 28, 2018.

 

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