AISB Newsletter – Ottobre 2019

SOMMARIO

A. EVENTI

1. VIZANTIJSKOE ‘SODRUZESTVO’: TRADICII I SMENA PARADIGMA [= IL ‘COMMONWEALTH’ BIZANTINO: TRADIZIONI E CAMBIO DI PARADIGMA] (EKATERINBURG, 24-28.09.2019)

2. TERZO COLLOQUIO STORICO SULLA CUSTODIA BIZANTINA VENEZIANA: PLATONISMO BIZANTINO, PENSIERO OCCIDENTALE, INFLUENZE VENEZIANE (VENEZIA, 03.10.2019)

3. 1ST HEMSEE WORKSHOP: HISTORY ON THE MARGINS. MARGINALIA IN EARLY MODERN SOUTHEAST EUROPE, 15TH-18TH CENTURIES (WIEN, 03.10.2019)

4. CONFERENCE: DISCONTINUITY REVISITED. INTELLECTUAL AND SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES IN 7TH-8TH CENTURIES BYZANTIUM AND ARMENIA (WIEN, 03-05.10.2019)

5. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: THE RECEPTION OF STYLITES: REREADINGS AND RECASTINGS OF LATE ANCIENT SYRIAN SUPER-HEROES (ISTANBUL, 10-11.10.2019)

6. PRESENTAZIONE DEL VOLUME: I TONDI DI VENEZIA E DUMBARTON OAKS. ARTE E IDEOLOGIA IMPERIALE TRA BISANZIO E VENEZIA (VENEZIA, 11.10.2019)

7. CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE: SCRITTURE LIBRARIE E DOCUMENTARIE TRA MEDIOEVO ED ETA’ MODERNA: METODOLOGIE, TERMINOLOGIA, PROBLEMI TRA TRADIZIONE E INNOVAZIONE (RAVENNA, 11-12.10.2019)

8. COLLOQUE: BETWEEN ARMENIA AND BYZANTIUM: GRIGOR MAGISTROS IN CONTEXT (GENEVE, 12.10.2019)

9. VI SEMINARIO SULL’ARTE ARMENA E DELL’ORIENTE CRISTIANO (VENEZIA, 14.10-12.12.2019)

10. BYZANTINE SEMINAR SERIES: BYZANTIUM AT ANKARA (ANKARA, 17.10-06.12.2019)

11. REIRES COURSE ON DIGITAL RESOURCES FOR SLAVONIC-BYZANTINE STUDIES (SOFIA, 19-21.11.2019): CALL FOR APPLICATION (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 19.10.2019)

12. PRESENTAZIONE DEL VOLUME: LA ‘PASSIO’ DEI SANTI VITO, MODESTO E CRESCENZIA (PALERMO, 24.10.2019)

13. SYMPOSION: ZWISCHEN OST UND WEST. CHRISTEN BYZANTINISCHER TRADITION IN UNGARN (WUERZBURG, 24-25.10.2019)

14. VII SEMINARIO INTERNAZIONALE: SULLA TRADIZIONE INDIRETTA DEI TESTI MEDICI GRECI (ROMA, 25-26.10.2019)

15. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: NEO-PALAEOGRAPHY: ANALYSING ANCIENT GREEK AND COPTIC HANDWRITINGS IN THE DIGITAL AGE (BASEL, 27-29.01.2020): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 04.11.2019)

16. PUBLIC LECTURE BY HELEN EVANS: SPHERES OF INFLUENCES: BYZANTINE ART IN THE GLOBAL MIDDLE AGES (WASHINGTON, D.C., 14.11.2019)

17. BYZANTINE STUDIES COLLOQUIUM: THE INSULAR WORLDS OF BYZANTIUM (WASHINGTON, D.C., 15.11.2019)

18. CONFERENCE: GROWING CORPORA. BYZANTINE BOOK EPIGRAMS AND ONLINE TEXT COLLECTIONS (GHENT, 24-25.06.2020): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15.11.2019)

19. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM: CAPPADOCIA AND CAPPADOCIANS IN THE HELLENISTIC, ROMAN AND EARLY BYZANTINE PERIODS (IZMIR, 14-15.05.2020): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.12.2019)

20. 24TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF BYZANTINE STUDIES (ISTANBUL, 23-28.08.2021): FREE COMMUNICATIONS, POSTER AND VR SESSIONS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15.04.2020)

B. PUBBLICAZIONI

1. GIBSON, S. THE APOSTOLOS: THE ACTS AND EPISTLES IN BYZANTINE LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPTS (2018)

C. NOTIZIE

1. LEIBNIZ-WISSENSCHAFTSCAMPUS BYZANZ ZWISCHEN ORIENT UND OKZIDENT: STELLENAUSSCHREIBUNG (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 20.10.2019)

2. APPEL A’ CANDIDATURES: CHERCHEUR POSTDOCTORAL PALIMEDES (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 20.10.2019)

3. ONE YEAR NUMISMATIC DATABASE POSITION AT PRINCETON, FRAMING THE LATE ANTIQUE AND EARLY MEDIEVAL ECONOMY (FLAME) (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 31.10.2019)

4. FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT: COTSEN TRAVELING FELLOWSHIP FOR RESEARCH IN GREECE (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15.01.2020)

5. CALL FOR ARTICLES: FENESTELLA – INSIDE MEDIEVAL ART, OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL. ISSUE 1/2020 (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.07.2020)

6. CORPUS CHARTARUM FABRIANO TRA LE DIGITAL COLLECTIONS EUROPEE

7. CATALOGUE OF THE TEXTILES IN DUMBARTON OAKS BYZANTINE COLLECTION

8. 12 UNUSUAL SEALS ACQUIRED FOR THE DUMBARTON OAKS BYZANTINE COLLECTION

A. EVENTI

[1] VIZANTIJSKOE ‘SODRUZESTVO’: TRADICII I SMENA PARADIGMA [= IL ‘COMMONWEALTH’ BIZANTINO: TRADIZIONI E CAMBIO DI PARADIGMA] (EKATERINBURG, 24-28.09.2019)

Nacionalnyj komitet vizantinistov Rossiiskoi Federacii — Uralskii federal’nyj universitet im. pervogo Prezidenta Rossii B.N. Elcina — Uralskii gumanitarnyj institut

XXII Vserossijskaja naucnaja sessia vizantinistov RF [= 22nd Pan-Russian scientific session of byzantinists of the Russian Federation]:

(EKATERINBURG, 24-28.09.2019)

PROGRAMMA:

24.09.2019

Zaezd ucastnikov

25.09.2019

9.30-10.00 – Registracija ucastnikov (pr. Lenina, 51, choll)

10.00-10.30 – Torzestvennoe otkrytie (pr. Lenina, 51; 3 etaz, Aktovyj zal)

Vstupitelnoe slovo (…)

10.30-14.00 – Plenarnoe zasedanie (= Plenary session) (pr. Lenina, 51; 3 etaz, Aktovyj zal)

Zasedanie vedut: (…) S.P. KARPOV, (…) I.P. MEDVEDEV

– M.A. POLJAKOVSKAJA: “Iz istorii otecestvennych vizantinovedceskych sessii”

– P. SCHREINER: “Vizantija segodnja: opredelenie mesta uscedsego mira”

– S.P. KARPOV: “Vizantijskoe sodruzestvo i latinskaja Romania: razvitie ili erozija ideologem? (K postanovke problemy)”

– 12.00-12.30 coffee break

– I.P. MEDVEDEV: “Ob odnom epizode iz istorii vizantinovedceskich svjazej Peterburgskoj Akademii nauk i Afinskogo universiteta (seredina XIX stoletija)”

– M.V. BIBIKOV: “Neizvestnyj variant ‘Zitija Feodosija Pecerskogo'”

– A.I. ROMANCUK: “Tri stranici iz istorii Krymskoj archeologiceskoj ekspedicii Ural’skogo universiteta”

14.00-15.00 – Obedennyj pereryv (= lunch)

15.00-16.30 – Dnevnoe zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Vizantijskij mir: regiony i goroda” Cast’ 1. (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: (…) P. SCHREINER, (…) S.A. IVANOV

– I.S. ARKAD’EVIC: “Antonij Novgorodec i ego vizantijskij gid”

– S.V. BLIZNJUK: “Greko-latinskoe vzaimodejstvie i vzaimovlijane na Kipre v XIII-XV vv.”

– A.S. KOLZOV: “Dalmacija v Vizantijskom ‘sodruzestve’ V veka”

– D.A. GOGOLEV: “K voprosu ob izpol’zovanii nekotorych urbanisticeskich terminov v ‘Cerkovskoj istorii’ Feodorita Kirskogo”

– Ja.Ju. IVANICKAJA: “Sepforis – stolica rannevizantijskoj Galilei”

– M.A. RUDNEVA: “Voennye konflikty i narodnye volnenija v rannevizantijskoi Aleksandrii”

Sekcija 2. “Istorija religii i Cerkvi v Vizantii” (aud. 459)

Zasedanie vedut: O.G. UL’JANOV, N.D. BARABANOV

– Ju.A. AVER’JANOV: “Isichazm i sufizm: nekotorye voprosy vzaimovlijanija dvuch tecenij misticizma v epochu Paleologov”

– N.A. LOZKINA: “Pravoslavnoe vozrozdenie v Vizantii XIV-pervoj poloviny XV vv. kak istoriko-kulturnyj fenomen”

– D.N. BARABANOV: “Kolonna kak sakralnyj ob’ekt v vizantijskom christianstve”

– E.N. GAJDUKOV: “Vspomogatelnye liturgiceskie ustrojstva v cerkvi prv. Simeona Bogopriimca v Novgorode (XV v.)

– N.P. CERNOKOVA: “Greceskie prorocestva XVII v. o Konstantinopole”

– 16.30-16.45 coffe break

16.45-18.30 – Vecernee zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Vizantijskij mir: regiony i goroda” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: V.P. STEPANENKO, A.G. GERCEN

– Ju.V. BUZANAKOV: “Evoljucija krepostnych sooruzenij rannevizantijskoj Antiochii v IV-VII vv.”

– A.G. GERCEN: “Mangup – vozvrascenie v Vizantiju: k 50-letiju mangupskoj ekspedicii KFU”

– A.A. ROMENSKIJ: “Izbienie katepana v Chersone: kontekst letopisnoj stat’i 6574 (1066) g.”

– V.N. CCHAIDZE: “Vizantijskaja vlast’ na Tamani i v Krymu v konce XI – nacale XIII vv.”

– A.Ju. VINOGRADOV: “Vizantija – protivnik ili storonnik ob’edinenja Gruzii?”

– E.G. ZORDANIJA: “Struktury vlasti v Vizantii i Gruzii: schodstva i razlicija”

Sekcija 2. “Istorija religii i Cerkvi v Vizantii” (aud. 459)

Zasedanie vedut: K.A. MAKSIMOVIC

– E.A. ZABOLOTNYJ: “Privilegii mitropolitov i imperatorskaja vlast’ v XI v.”

– K.A. MAKSIMOVIC: “K recepcii vizantijskogo prava na Rusi: ‘Sinopsis kanonov’ s tolkovanijami Alekseja Aristipa (XII v.)”

– O.G. UL’JANOV: “Pervonacalnyj status Russkoj Cerkvi po dannym vizantijskich istocnikov X v. iz sobranija Oesterreichische Nationalbibliothek”

– O.N. IZOTOVA: “‘Oduscevlennye ikoni’ v teorii obraza ikonoborcev i ikonopocitatelej”

– 18.30-19.00 – Obsuzdenie dokladov

26.09.2019

10.00-12.00 – Utrenee zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Rannevizantijskaja istorija” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: A.S. KOZLOV

– E.I. MIROSCNICENKO: “Social’nye svjazi Sinesija Kirenskogo: transformacija instituta kurialov v konce IV – nacale V vv. i episkopskaja vlast'”

– Ju.Ju. UCEVA: “Rol’ rannevizantiskoj znatnojzensiny v ustanovlenii imperatorskoj vlasti v IV-VI vv.”

– S.V. JARCEV, E.V. SUSUNOVA: “Osobennosti zakljucenija mira s gotami imperatorom Valentom v 369 g.”

– O.V. GOLOVINA: “Germancy v armii Justiniana”

– E.S. ZAJCEVA: “Begstvo iz Rima: sudby zapadnych senatorskich semejstv VI v. na Vostoke”

– A. D. NAZAROV: “Germanskie naemniki v vizantijsko-iranskoj vojne 572-591 gg.”

Sekcija 2. “Vizantijskij Krym” (aud. 459)

Zasedanie vedut: V.V. MAJKO, A.I. ROMANCUK

– V.V. MAJKO: “Istoriceskaja topografija Sugdei srednevizantijskogo vremeni (VIII-IX vv.)”

– N.A. ALEKSEENKO: “Novye nachodki imperatorskich molivdovulov v Krymu”

– S.G. BOCAROV: “Archeologija Genuezskoj Gazarii. Vvedenie v naucnuju problemu”

– A.S. ERGINA, Ju.M. MOGARICEV: “Pescernaja cerkov’ Juznogo monastyrja Mangupa: k voprosu o periodizacii freskovych rospisej”

– N.V. GIN’KUT: “Vizantijskaja keramika XIV v. i ee podrazanija iz raskopok kreposti i poselenik konsul’stva Cembalo”

– N.I. CHRAPUNOV: “Ne primetiv Vizantiju: srednevekovye pamjatniki Kryma glazami inostrannych putesestvennykov rybeza XVIII-XIX vv.”

12.00-12.30 – coffe break

12.30-14.00 – Dnevnoe zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Vizantijskaja pis’mennost'” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: M.B. BIBIKOV, N.N. BOLGOV

– L.T. AVILUSKINA: “Vetchoznavetnaja istorija v Chronike Michaila Gliki”

– N.N. BOLGOV: “Zacharija Ritor i ego socinenie ‘Zizn’ Sevira Antiochijskogo'”

– A.V. BOLGOVA: “Beritskaja skola prava v izobrazenii Zacharii Scholastika”

– A.V. ZIBAEV: “‘Cerkovnaja istorija’ Filostorgija v otecestvnennoj i zarubeznoj istoriografii XX-XXI vv.”

– A.V. KOBZEVA: “Ioann Malala o mifologiceskoj drevnosti ellinov”

– M.M. SINICA: “Prirodnye javlenija kak predznamenovanija istoriceskich sobytij v Rannej Vizantii (po traktatu ‘O znamenijach’ Ioanna Lida”

– A.A. EVDOKIMOVA: “Lingvisticeskie osobennosti formul, vvodjascich daty, v vizantijskich nadpisjach. K voprosu o regional’noj specifike”

Sekcija 2. “Vizantijskaja filosofija” (aud. 459)

Zasedanie vedut: D.I MAKAROV

– O.Ju. GONCARKO: “Rekonstrukcija logiceskich idej v period Vtorogo ikonoborcestva: teorija istinnosti i zakon tozdestva”

– A.A. GRECUCHINA: “Postizenie celoveka v traktate Sinesija ‘O snovidenijach'”

– I.V. ZAJCEVA: “Medievizacija naucnogo znanija: Ioann Filopon i otkaz ot aristotelizma”

– I.D. MAKAROV: “Filosofija kultury i obrazovanija Feodora Metochita (XIV v.) v vizantijskom i evropejskom kontekste”

– D.N. GONCARKO: “Recepcija logiceskich idej Corpus Areopagiticum na Rusi XV-XVII vv.”

14.00-15.00 – Obedennyj pereryv

15.00-16.30 – Dnevnoe zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Vizantijskaja pis’mennost'” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: E.K. PIOTROVSKAJA, D.A. CERNOGLAZOV

– D.A. CERNOGLAZOV: “Psevdo-Libanij i Erazm Rotterdamskij: vizantijskaja epistolarnaja teorija v zapadnoevropejskoj recepcii”

– M.Ju. LOPATINA: “Ioann Gazskij: klassiceskie motivy rennevizantijskoj poezii”

– Ju.B. MANTOVA: “Invektivnye strategii v tvorcestve Ioanna Ceca”

– A.V. KURBANOV, L.V. SPIRIDONOVA: “Neopublikovannoe rukovodstvo brat’ev Lichudov po epistolografii”

– E.K. PIOTROVSKAJA: “Znacenie Sbornika n° 245 iz kollekcii Archeograficeskoj komissii Archiva SPb Instituta istorii RAN v naucnom nasledii mitropolita Evgenija Bolchovitinova”

Sekcija 2. “Istorija religii i Cerkvi v Vizantii” (aud. 459)

Zasedanie vedut: M.V. GRACIANSKIJ, A.A. PRZEGORLINSKIJ

– A.A. PRZEGORLINSKIJ: “Bogatstvo i bednost’ v Vizantii V-VI vv. kak kontekst problemy raznoctenij v rukopisjach Novogo Zaveta”

– M.V. GRACIANSKIJ: “Imperatorskie prerogativy v ‘bozestvennych delach’ i ponjatie cerkovnogo ‘pervenstva cesti'”

– K.V. NORKIN: “Pozicija Anastasija Sinaita po otnoseniju k monofisitam”

– I.S. OCHLUPINA: “Demoniceskie certy obrazov ikonoborcev v zitjach vizantijskich svjatich IX v.”

– Ju.V. SELUDCENKO: “Monastyri Iudejskoj pustyni po ‘Zitijam’ Kirilla Skifopol’skogo”

17.30 – Ekskursija v El’cin-centr

27.09.2019

10.00-12.00 – Utrennee zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Sredne- i pozdnevizantijskaja istorija” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: I.O. KNJAZ’KIJ

– I.O. KNJAZ’KIJ: “Vizantija i kocevniceskie sojuzy v Niziem Podunav’e (konec IX – nacalo XIII vv.)”

– E.V. STEL’NIK: “Obraz akritov v vizantijskom fol’klore XI-XII vv.: Istoriceskie realii i narodnoe tvorcestvo”

– S.A. DENISOV: “Epirsko-serbskie otnosenija v pervoj polovine XIII v.”

– D.L. FROLOV: “Romej: ili archont, ili villan? Kategorii svobodnogo i zavisimogo naselenija v gosudarstvach frankokratii”

– V.A. ZOLOTOVSKIJ: “K ponimaniju charaktera ‘obscej taktiki’ v boevoj praktike Vizantii rannepaleologovskogo perioda”

– T.V. KUSC: “Milost’ pobeditelja: turki v zachvacennych vizantijskich gorodach”

Sekcija 2. “Vizantijskoe izobrazitel’noe iskusstvo” (aud. 459)

Zasedanie vedut: A.V. ZACHAROVA

– E.S. ERMAK: “Obraz Christa ‘Militans’: dialog kul’tur v ikonografii i stilistike rannechristianskoj skul’ptury”

– M.N. BUTYRSKIJ: “Christos – ‘comes domini’: k voprosu o numizmaticeskoj ikonografii Justiniana II”

– V.P. STEPANENKO: “K ikonografii svjatich vsadnikov. Obraz Dmitrija Solunskogo po dannym sfragistiki”

– E.Ju. ENDOL’CEVA: “Zoomorfnye obrazy v architekturnoj plastike Kavkaza X-XI vv.: vozmoznye istoki i znacenie”

– A.L. MAKAROVA: “Tema ‘Strasnogo suda’ v programme rospisej cerkvi Rozdestva Bogorodicy v Betanii (Gruzija, XII v.)”

12.00-12.30 – coffee break

12.30-14.00 – Dnevnoe zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Pozdnevizantiskaja istorija” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: A.G. EMANOV, T.V. KUSC

– P.I. LYSIKOV: “Social’naja naprazennost’ v Vizantii nacala XIV v. po dannym epistolografii: na primere pisem k Karlu Valois i Katerine de Courtenay”

– A.G. EMANOV: “Licnaja emblema greceskogo morjaka pervoj poloviny XV v.: perevoracivanie kodov obraznogo myslenija”

– A.Ju. CERNOV: “Pocitanie Bogorodicy v Konstantinopole i Moskve v konce XIV-XV vv.”

– N.E. ZIGALOVA: “Rol’ svetskich i duchovnich liderov v organizacii oborony Fessaloniki 1422-1430 gg.”

– N.G. PASKIN: “Vizantija v mezdunarodnych aspektach istorii perioda Konstancskogo sobora”

Sekcija 2. “Vizantijskoe izobrazitel’noe iskusstvo” (aud. 459)

Zasedanie vedut: A.V. ZACHAROVA

– S. Ja. SVENSSON VASIL’EVA: “Vizantijskoe vlijanie v vitraznom iskusstve XIII v. na ostrove Gotland (Svecia). K voprosu o masterach”

– A.V. ZACHAROVA: “Ikona Bogorodicy Pavsolipi s ostrova Chalki i vizantijskaja zivopis pozdnepaleologovskogo perioda”

– N.V. KVLIVIDZE: “Obrazy Christa i Bogomateri v simvoliceskoj programme rospisi Kachrie Dzami”

– D.A. SKOBCOVA: “Zitjnyj cikl prp. Feoktisty Parosskoj v rospisi XII v. v Spasskoj cerkvi polockogo Evfrosinieva monastyrja”

14.00-15.00 – Obedennyj pereryv

15.00-16.30 – Dnevnoe zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 1. “Istorija otecestvennogo vizantinovedenija” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: L.G. CHRUSKOVA, A.G. EMANOV

– A.G. CYPKINA: “Itogi i rezul’taty Trapezunskoj ekspedicii F.I. Uspenskogo”

– L.G. CHRUSKOVA: “Nikodim Pavlovic Kondakov: zapadnik, ateist, ‘nastojascij pravoslavnyj’, pridvornyj iskusstvoved? (o nekotorych idejach Ivana Foletti)”

– S.Ju. AKISIN: “Epistoljarnye kontakty A.A. Dmitrievskogo s S. Salavillem”

– I.V. DENISOVA, V.A. LJU-KU-TAN: “Vizantinist Michail Fedorovic Rossejkin (1879-1951) – ucenyj i pedagog”

– V.V. SASANOV: “Vizantinist V.G. Vasil’evskij: nesostojavsijsja ‘memoriam’ ucenogo v 1949 g.”

– N.I. BYSTRICKIJ: “Otecestvennye sessii vizantinistov: infometriceskij analiz”

16.30-16.45 – coffe break

16.45-18.00 – Vecernee zasedanie (ul. Turgeneva, 4; 4 etaz)

Sekcija 2. “Vosprijatie Vizantii. Vizantija i sovremennost'” (aud. 463)

Zasedanie vedut: O.A. TUMINSKAJA, M.N. BACHMATOVA

– N.V. GIN’KUT: “Genuezskie kreposti v Tavrike v izobrazenijach i risunkach putesestvennikov konca XVIII – pervoj poloviny XIX v. i sovremennyj archeologiceskij kotekst”

– P.A. TUMINSKAJA: “Vizantijskie ekspozicii Russkogo muzeja: 1898-1928 gg.”

– M.N. BACHMATOVA: “Zapad i Vostok v filosofii istorii Nikifora Grigory i L.N. Tolstogo”

– A.E. TARANOVA: “Vizantijskij faktor v stanovlenii kul’turno-antropologiceskich formatov gosudarstva: tradicii i sovremennye metamorfozy”

18.15-18.30 – Zakrytie sessii” (aud. 463)

18.30-21.00 – Podvedenie itogov (Turgeneva, 4; 1 etaz)

28.09.2019

10.00-16.00 – Ekskursija: obzornaja avtobusnaja ekskursija po gorodu, osescenie granicy Evropy i Azii, Ganina Jama”

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[2] TERZO COLLOQUIO STORICO SULLA CUSTODIA BIZANTINA VENEZIANA: PLATONISMO BIZANTINO, PENSIERO OCCIDENTALE, INFLUENZE VENEZIANE (VENEZIA, 03.10.2019)

3 ottobre 2019, ore 9.30-13.30

Scuola Grande di San Marco, Venezia

PROGRAMMA

9:30 Introduzione

9:40 Sarah Wear, Frederick Lauritzen. Platonismo bizantino a Venezia.

Da Bisanzio a Venezia

10:00 I platonici Bizantini di San Giovanni e Paolo (Frederick Lauritzen, Scuola Grande di San Marco)

10:20 La scuola platonica di Gaza (450-550) (Delphine Renaut, Sorbonne Universite’, Paris)

10:40 Platonismo ‘pagano’ e cristiano nello Pseudo Dionigi (Ilaria Ramelli,Universita’ Cattolica Milano, Universita’ di Durham)

11:00 Tra Aristotele e Platone: Eustrazio di Nicea (Michele Trizio, Universita’ di Bari)

11:20 discussione

11:40 Niceforo Chumno (ca. 1250-1327) e il platonismo (Christian Foerstel, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Parigi)

12:00 Bessarione tra Oriente e Occidente (Denis Robichaud, Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana, USA)

12:20 Christus et Plato: Bembo, Querini e Giustiniani ed il platonismo tra Camaldoli e Venezia (Riccardo Saccenti, Universita’ di Bergamo)

12:40 Discussione

13:15 Conclusione (Frederick Lauritzen, Scuola Grande di San Marco)

Contatti

scuolagrandesanmarco@aulss3.veneto.it

www.scuolagrandesanmarco.it

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[3] 1ST HEMSEE WORKSHOP: “HISTORY ON THE MARGINS. MARGINALIA IN EARLY MODERN SOUTHEAST EUROPE, 15TH-18TH CENTURIES” (WIEN, 03.10.2019)

3 October 2019

Austrian Academy of Sciences

Inz, Research Unit Balkan Studies

Apostelgasse 23, 1030 Vienna

The Vienna-based project HEMSEE (financed by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation) intends to produce a source-based handbook showing the challenges and opportunities of working with the historiographic texts of Early Modern Southeast Europe. Operating with thematic clusters, we will explore both familiar and uncharted territories and thereby analyze excerpts from both mainstream and’minor’ sources.

PROGRAMME

09:30-9.45 Opening Remarks

Konrad PETROVSZKY – Ovidiu OLAR

09.45-11.15 Keynotes

Peter SCHREINER, Marginalien sind nicht marginal. Byzantinische Geschichte am Rande von Handschriften

Marinos SARIYANNIS, Marginal Notes in Ottoman Manuscripts: Some Preliminary Considerations

11.15-11.30 Coffee and Cookies Break

11.30-12.30 First Session: Editions and Databases

Cristina-Ioana DIMA, The Narrow Path of the Book on the Large Scene of History. Marginal Notes on Romanian Printed Books from 16th and 17th Century

Poly MUKANOVA, Marginal Notes – The Foundation of an Educational Platform

12.30-14.00 Lunch Break

14.00-15.30 Second Session: In the Margins

Kristina NIKOLOVSKA, Paratexts, Intertexts and Pre-texts: Early Modern South Slavic Historiography in the Margins of Manuscripts and Printed Books

Konstantinos GIAKOUMIS, (Re-)Claiming Sacred Space: Texts and Images in the Margins of Artworks from the Ottoman Balkans

Ovidiu OLAR, Cantemir’s Annotations of the History of the Ottoman Court

15.30-15.45 Coffee and Cookies Break

15.45-17.15 Third Session: Off the Margins

Marian COMAN, Symbolic Agency: Michael the Brave’s Marginal Signatures on Wallachian Charters

George TOLIAS, The Paraphernalia of Rhigas’ Charta of 1796-97

Radu G. PAUN, Names in Time. On the Historical Functions of Regnal Lists in the post-Byzantine Balkans (15th-18th Centuries)

17.15-17.45 Discussions and Concluding Remarks

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[4] CONFERENCE: “DISCONTINUITY REVISITED. INTELLECTUAL AND SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES IN 7TH-8TH CENTURIES BYZANTIUM AND ARMENIA” (WIEN, 03-05.10.2019)

3rd-5th October 2019

Institut fuer Byzantinistik und Neograezistik der Universitaet Wien

Postgasse 7, 3. Stock

PROGRAMM

Thursday 3rd October

18h00 Introduction. Benedetta CONTIN (University of Vienna)

18h30 Opening Lecture

Boghos Levon ZEKIYAN (Ca’ Foscari University, Venice), The Formation of the ‘Ideology’ of Christian Armenia (5th-7th Centuries) and its Interactions in the Frame of the Cultural and Political Dynamics of the Middle Ages. An Outline of Some Emblematic Issues.

Reception

Friday 4th October

9h30 Introduction. Christophe ERISMANN (University of Vienna)

10h00 Peter COWE (University of California, Los Angeles), The Emergence of an Armenian Intellectual Tradition out of the Matrix of Hellenism

11h00 Coffee Break

11h30 Erna SHIRINYAN (Matenadaran Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, Yerevan), Intellectual and Scientific Activities in 7th-8th centuries Armenia

12h30 Lunch Break

14h00 Benedetta CONTIN (University of Vienna), The Use of Aristotelian Logic in the Early Eight Century (Armenian) Theological Debates

15h00 Ekaterini MITSIOU (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet, Frankfurt), The ‘Ecloga’ and the Legal Production in the 7th and 8th Centuries: Continuities and Discontinuties

16h00 Coffee Break

16h30 Lioba THEIS (University of Vienna), On Byzantine and Armenian Architecture (exact title TBA)

19h30 Conference Dinner

Saturday 5th October

9h30 Isabel GRIMM-STADELMANN (Bavarian Academy of Sciences), Byzantine ‘Iatrosophism’: Byzantine Medicine between Philosophy and Clinical Therapy

10h30 Dirk KRAUSMUELLER (University of Vienna), When Christology Intersects with Embryology: The Viewpoints of Nestorian, Monophysite and Chalcedonian Authors of the Sixth to Tenth Centuries

11h30 Coffee Break

12h00 Vessela VALIAVITCHARSKA-MARCUM (University of Maryland), Transformation in Rhetorical Education between the Seventh and the Tenth Centuries

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[5] INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: “THE RECEPTION OF STYLITES: REREADINGS AND RECASTINGS OF LATE ANCIENT SYRIAN SUPER-HEROES” (ISTANBUL, 10-11.10.2019)

International workshop sponsored by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond

The Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul, 10-11 October 2019

PROGRAM

Thursday, October 10

10:00 Welcome and introduction by the organizers: Thomas ARENTZEN, Barbara CROSTINI, Olof HEILO, Tonje SOERENSEN

10:45 Keynote: Raphaelle ZIADE’, De l’icone a’ l’art contemporain, l’image en mouvement

12:00 Lunch

13:30 Andreas WESTERGREN, The Wonders of the World: the Stylite as Warning Signal and Beacon of Hope in Theodoret of Cyrrhus

14:00 Christine AMADOU, Performance and Reclusion in Interplay: the case of Theodoret’s ‘Life of Symeon Stylites’

14:30 Laura FRANCO (and Fabrizio CONCA), Beyond the Pillar. The Reception of Symeon in Modern Poetry: Tennyson, Kabaphes, and Nencioni

15:00 Coffee

15:30 Christian HOEGEL, Elevation as Sign of Insight

16:00 Tonje S. SOERENSEN, Louis Bunuel’s ‘Simon of the Desert’ and the modern visualization of stylites

16:30 Film screening: Bunuel, Simon of the Desert

17:30 Tea and discussion

Friday, October 11

9:30 Erin WALSH, The poetic dramatization of Symeon the Stylite’s life in the corpus of Jacob of Serugh

10:00 Barbara CROSTINI, The Pillar as the Cross in the Eleventh-Century Revival of Stylism

10:30 Coffee

11:00 Beatrice CASEAU and Charis MESSIS, From Syria to Mesopotamia: The Presence and the Role of Stylism in the Novelistic ‘Life’ of Theodore of Edessa

11:30 Charles KUPER, The ‘Life of Theodulus the Stylite’: A late antique critique of stylitism, and its medieval and modern afterlife

12:00 Lunch

14:00 Glenn PEERS, Holy Assemblages of Marble and Wood: Stylites and Dendrites as Cyborg Saints

15:00 Coffee

15:30 Lucy PARKER, Remembering Symeon Stylites the Younger

16:00 Charles LOCK, The style as pillar as home as stele as graphic surface as upright: an archaeosemiotic investigation

16:30 Final discussion

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[6] PRESENTAZIONE DEL VOLUME: “I TONDI DI VENEZIA E DUMBARTON OAKS. ARTE E IDEOLOGIA IMPERIALE TRA BISANZIO E VENEZIA” (VENEZIA, 11.10.2019)

Antonio Rigo e Stefano Riccioni (Universita’ Ca’ Foscari Venezia) presentano il volume:

I tondi di Venezia e Dumbarton Oaks. Arte e ideologia imperiale tra Bisanzio e Venezia, a cura di N. Zorzi, A. Berger, L. Lazzarini, Roma-Venezia, Viella-Centro tedesco di studi veneziani, 2019 (Venetiana, 21).

11 ottobre 2019, h. 18:00

Centro tedesco di studi veneziani, Palazzo Barbarigo della Terrazza, San Polo 2765A, Venezia

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[7] CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE: “SCRITTURE LIBRARIE E DOCUMENTARIE TRA MEDIOEVO ED ETA’ MODERNA: METODOLOGIE, TERMINOLOGIA, PROBLEMI TRA TRADIZIONE E INNOVAZIONE” (RAVENNA, 11-12.10.2019)

Ravenna, 11-12 ottobre 2019

Sala conferenze, via degli Ariani 1

Venerdi’ 11 ottobre 2019, ore 14.00

Saluti del Direttore del Dipartimento di Beni culturali, Luigi CANETTI

Paola DEGNI (Universita’ di Bologna, Campus di Ravenna)

Saluti e introduzione al convegno

Presiede: Laura PANI (Universita’ degli Studi di Udine)

14.15-14.45 Massimiliano BASSETTI (Universita’ degli Studi di Verona), Paleografia latina e Alto medioevo: nuove acquisizioni (e non) negli studi a cavallo tra gli ultimi due secoli

14.45-15.15 Carmen DEL CAMINO MARTINEZ (Universidad de Sevilla), Escrituras cursivas, documentos y libros entre baja Edad Media y Edad Moderna

15.15-15.45 Marc SMITH (Ecole Nationale de Chartes), Writing models and the typology of early-modern scripts

15.45-16.15 Nicoletta GIOVE’ (Universita’ degli Studi di Padova), Dalla paleografia alla poesia, ovvero dalle scritture ai nomi. Osservazioni sulla terminologia paleografica nella prassi catalografica

16.15-16.45 Teresa DE ROBERTIS (Universita’ degli Studi di Firenze), Le parole (e i modi) per dirlo. Protocollo e lessico descrittivo della scrittura

16.45-17.15 Peter STOKES (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes – Universite’ PSL, Paris), Describing Handwriting: Potential and Challenges of a Digital Approach

Discussione

Sabato 12 ottobre 2019

Presiede: Nicoletta GIOVE’ (Universita’ degli Studi di Padova)

9.00-9.30 Stefano ZAMPONI (Universita’ degli Studi di Firenze), Studio della scrittura come studio di rapporti sintagmatici

9.30-10.00 Edoardo CRISCI (Universita’ degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale), Fra centri e periferie: orientamenti e prospettive per lo studio delle interazioni grafiche nel mondo greco

10.00-10.30 Nina SIETIS (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza), Sul sistema abbreviativo greco: alcune osservazioni

10.30-11.00 Daniele BIANCONI (Universita’ degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza) – Anna GIOFFREDA (Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenchaften – Institut fuer Byzantinistik), Scrivere libri e documenti nell’eta’ dei Paleologi. Vecchi problemi e nuove acquisizioni

11.00-11.30 David SPERANZI (Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze), Oltre l’expertise: mani individuali e tipi grafici nelle scritture greche dell’Umanesimo

Discussione

Conclusioni

Organizzazione scientifica: Paola Degni (paola.degni@unibo.it)

Segreteria organizzativa: Silvia Burattoni (silvia.burattoni@unibo.it)

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[8] COLLOQUE: “BETWEEN ARMENIA AND BYZANTIUM: GRIGOR MAGISTROS IN CONTEXT” (GENEVE, 12.10.2019)

12 octobre 2019

Salle Phil103

Uni-Philosophes

Bd. des Philosophes 22 – Geneve

Organise’ par: Irene Tinti, collaboratrice scientifique FNS Ambizione

Support logistique: Sara Scarpellini, assistante d’armenien

Comite’ scientifique: Prof. Valentina Calzolari (Universite’ de Geneve), Dr. Irene Tinti (Universite’ de Geneve – Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, UK), Dr. Federico Alpi (Fondazione per le scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII, Bologne)

Contact: Irene.Tinti@unige.ch

PROGRAMME

10h45 Discours d’ouverture

Premiere session

President: Valentina CALZOLARI (Universite’ de Geneve)

11h00 Michael GRUENBART (Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet, Muenster), The Art of Byzantine Letter-writing: Tradition and Innovation

11h30 Discussion

11h45 Federico ALPI (Fondazione per le scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII, Bologne), “In the Manner of the Rhetors”: Grigor Magistros and Byzantine Letter-writing

12h15 Discussion

12h30 Dejeuner (pour les invites au colloque)

Deuxieme session

Presidente: Sara SCARPELLINI (Universite’ de Geneve)

14h00 Theo M. VAN LINT (Universite’ d’Oxford), Grigor Pahlawuni Magistros’ Answers (M9 and M26) to Amir Abrehim’s Request: Toward a Full Picture

14h30 Discussion

14h45 Pause cafe’

14h00 Anna AREVSATYAN (Conservatoire Komitas d’Erevan et Academie nationale des sciences de la Republique d’Armenie), Grigor Magistros – l’hymnographe

14h30 Discussion

15h45 Pause cafe’

16h00 Irene TINTI (Universite’ de Geneve – Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge), Did Grigor Magistros Author the Armenian Platonic Translations?

16h30 Discussion

16h45 Discussion finale et remarques de conclusion

19:30 Diner (pour les invites au colloque)

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[9] VI SEMINARIO SULL’ARTE ARMENA E DELL’ORIENTE CRISTIANO (VENEZIA, 14.10-12.12.2019)

Venezia, ottobre-dicembre 2019

organizzato da Aldo Ferrari, Stefano Riccioni, Marco Ruffilli

Da ottobre a dicembre si svolgera’ il VI Seminario sull’arte armena e dell’Oriente cristiano, organizzato dal Dipartimento di Filosofia e Beni Culturali (Stefano Riccioni), e dal Dipartimento di Studi sull’Asia e sull’Africa Mediterranea (Aldo Ferrari e Marco Ruffilli); l’iniziativa rientra nella programmazione didattica della Scuola di Dottorato in Storia delle Arti. Il Seminario ha inoltre il patrocinio dell’Ambasciata della Repubblica d’Armenia in Italia, del Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena di Venezia, della Congregazione Armena Mechitarista e della Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society.

Si tratta ormai di un appuntamento consolidato, ma che quest’anno, pur mantenendo al centro del suo orizzonte la dimensione culturale dell’arte armena, si allarga ad altre aree dell’Oriente cristiano, in particolare al mondo bizantino e a quello georgiano. Da quest’anno, inoltre, nel segno di una volontaria ripresa della tradizionale collaborazione con il Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena avviata con le ‘Onnig Manoukian Lectures’ da Adriano Alpago Novello e Gianclaudio Macchiarella, alcuni seminari si terranno presso la sede del Centro, nella Loggia del Temanza.

Al Seminario interverranno numerosi specialisti italiani ed internazionali, confermando il valore di questa iniziativa che pone sempre più Ca’ Foscari all’avanguardia degli studi sull’Oriente cristiano e sull’Armenia in particolare.

Lunedì, 14 ottobre 15.30-17.30

Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena. Corte Zappa. Dorsoduro 1602

Patrick DONABEDIAN, At the end of Late Antiquity, the 7th century, first Golden Age of Armenian architecture

Giovedì, 24 ottobre 15.45-17.15

Aula 4 San Sebastiano

Nelly PALADIAN, Hakob Hovnatanyan portraitiste armenien et l’iconographie des premieres phases du portrait pictural

Lunedì, 28 ottobre 15.30-17.30

Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena. Corte Zappa. Dorsoduro 1602

Jacopo SANTINI, 301. Un tentativo di racconto fotografico su memoria e rimozione del genocidio armeno

Giovedì, 7 novembre 15.45-17.15

Fondamenta Briati, aula B3

Marco RUFFILLI, L’arte armena dell’eta’ moderna. Fondamenti teorici e figure artistiche

Giovedì, 14 novembre 15.45-17.15

Fondamenta Briati, aula B3

Antonio RIGO, Ritratti di imperatori e icone di vescovi nel Trecento bizantino

Lunedì, 18 novembre 15.30-17.30

Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena. Corte Zappa. Dorsoduro 1602

Alessandra GILIBERT, Riuso dei vishapakar in epoca medievale

Giovedì, 28 novembre 15.45-17.15

Fondamenta Briati, aula B3

Aldo FERRARI, Introduzione al Viaggio in Armenia

Giovedì, 5 dicembre 15.45-17.15

Fondamenta Briati, aula B3

Michele NUCCIOTTI e Elisa PRUNO, L’Armenia, la Via della Seta e il Medioevo euroasiatico

Giovedì, 12 dicembre 15.30-17.30

Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena. Corte Zappa. Dorsoduro 1602

Gerhard WOLF e Annette HOFFMANN, Aesthetics, Art, and Architecture in the Caucasus. A collaborative project with a focus on medieval Georgia

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[10] BYZANTINE SEMINAR SERIES: “BYZANTIUM AT ANKARA” (ANKARA, 17.10-19.12.2019)

The Byzantine Seminar Series “Byzantium at Ankara” is an event organized and hosted in collaboration by the Department of History at Bilkent University and the Department of History of Art at Hacettepe University which will be held over the entire 2019/2020 Academic Year as organized by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sercan Yandim and Asst. Prof. Dr. Luca Zavagno (Bilkent University).

The object of the series of talks is to implement the interest and knowledge of the history and culture of the Byzantine Empire by bringing together local and visiting scholars in order to cover different aspects of the history, archaeology, and art history of the Byzantine Empire. Further it aims to sensitize and stimulate young scholars, graduate students and academicians to help generating awareness about innovative interdisciplinary approaches to Byzantine studies.

Further info could be found at www.byzantiumatankara.com

Schedule I Fall 2019:

  1. Ivana Jevtic’, Koc University, Artists in Late Byzantine Period: the Workshop of Michael Astrapas and Eutychios

Hacettepe University Tugrul Inal Hall, Faculty of Letters

Thursday 17 October 2019 h. 10.00

  1. Meryem Eser, Cumhuriyet University, Figurative and Symbolic Decorations in Middle and Late Byzantine Metalwork

Hacettepe University Tugrul Inal Hall, Faculty of Letters

Thursday 7 November 2019 h. 10.00

  1. Deniz Burcu Erciyas, METU, Settlement History at Komana from the Late Antique through the Ottoman Period

Hacettepe University Tugrul Inal Hall, Faculty of Letters

Thursday 28 November 2019 h. 10.00

  1. Workshop: The Byzantine Countryside: Insular and Coastal Perspectives

Bilkent University, C Amphi Block, Faculty of Letters

Friday 6 December 2019, h. 10.00

Key Note Speaker: Elena Boeck (De Paul University)

Confirmed participants:

Angelo Castrorao Barba (CSC Madrid)

Fabio Pinna (University of Cagliari)

Elisabetta Giorgi (University of Siena)

Lucia Arcifa (University of Catania)

Ufuk Serin (ODTU)

Paolo Tedesco (University of Tuebingen)

Luca Zavagno (Bilkent University)

  1. Koray Durak, Bogazici University, Title tba

Bilkent University, C Amphi Block

Thursday 12 December 2019, h. 14.00

  1. Guender Varinoglu, Mimar Sinan University, Title tba

Hacettepe University Tugrul Inal Hall, Faculty of Letters

Thursday 19 December 2019 h. 14.00

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[11] REIRES COURSE ON DIGITAL RESOURCES FOR SLAVONIC-BYZANTINE STUDIES (SOFIA, 19-21.11.2019): CALL FOR APPLICATION (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 19.10.2019)

The University of Sofia launched the call for applications for its ReIReS Course on “Digital Resources for Slavonic-Byzantine Studies”, which will be held November 19-21, 2019. The course is focused on presenting research tools for facilitating and boosting Slavonic-Byzantine Studies. Especially – but not only – PhD students and postdocs are welcome.

The Course seeks to discuss Byzantine and Old-Slavonic Studies within the digital paradigm by making use of text analysis through digital tools. Choosing an extensively discussed field (Byzantine Studies) and a not-so-widely, yet with passionate followers (Old Church Slavonic Studies), Sofia University makes use of an extraordinary heritage of ‘conventional’ research and a currently-developing field to introduce its participants to a multidimensional approach of linguistics in their traditional, historical, and computational forms by following at the same time the epistemological shift and interchange in subfields.

For those who do not understand some of the languages of the focus in the NLP tools, assistant students with the necessary language skills will be provided.

Application and Fee

Applications are welcome by October 19, 2019. The school is open to scholars affiliated to the ReIReS consortium and to max. five persons from outside the consortium. Scholars from outside the consortium will pay a registration fee of Euros 395.00.

More

You will find more information on the course, its aims and objectives on the website of ReIReS: https://reires.eu/3031/call-for-applications-reires-dh-course-sofia-november-2019/02/

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[12] PRESENTAZIONE DEL VOLUME: LA ‘PASSIO’ DEI SANTI VITO, MODESTO E CRESCENZIA (PALERMO, 24.10.2019)

La ‘Passio’ dei santi Vito, Modesto e Crescenzia. Introduzione, edizione delle recensioni greche (BHG 1876, 1876a-c) e della versione latina (BHL 8713), traduzioni, note, indici, a cura di M. Re, Palermo 2018 (Istituto Siciliano di Studi Bizantini e Neoellenici ‘Bruno Lavagnini’. Testi, 15).

Saluti di apertura

Modera Renata Lavagnini, Istituto Siciliano di Studi Bizantini e Neoellenici ‘Bruno Lavagnini’

Interventi

Carmelo Crimi, Università degli Studi di Catania

Vincenzo Lombino, Pontificia Facoltà Teologica di Sicilia di Palermo

Saluti conclusivi

Giovedì 24 ottobre 2019, ore 16.30

Pontificia Facoltà Teologica di Sicilia, Palermo – Aula Magna ‘Salvatore Pappalardo’

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[13] SYMPOSION: ZWISCHEN OST UND WEST. CHRISTEN BYZANTINISCHER TRADITION IN UNGARN (WUERZBURG, 24-25.10.2019)

Symposion 24.-25. Oktober 2019

Ostkirchliches Institut zusammen mit der Domschule Wuerzburg

Burkardus-Haus – Tagungszentrum am Dom Am Bruderhof 1, 97070 Wuerzburg

Das hierzulande wenig wahrgenommene byzantinische Christentum Ungarns ist im europaeischen Kontext historisch bedeutsam. An einer kulturellen ‘Schnittstelle’ angesiedelt bietet es zahlreiche Verbindungslinien zur westlichen und oestlichen Christenheit. Seit 2018 befasst sich eine an der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Lenduelet-Projekt) eingerichtete Forschungsgruppe mit der oestlichen Kirchengeschichte Ungarns. Die am 24. und 25. Oktober 2019 in der Domschule stattfindende Tagung wird vom Ostkirchlichen Institut an der Universitaet Wuerzburg und von der Fachvertretung fuer Ostkirchengeschichte und Oekumenische Theologie der Katholisch-Theologischen Fakultaet der Universitaet Wuerzburg mit der genannten Forschungsgruppe organisiert.

Acht Fachleute referieren zur Geschichte der griechisch-katholischen und orthodoxen Christen Ungarns vom Mittelalter bis in die Gegenwart. Die Tagung bietet auch naehere Einblicke in Kunst, Liturgie und Recht dieser Kirchen und die Moeglichkeit des Austausches mit den Referenten.

Sie sind herzlich dazu eingeladen.

PD Dr. Dr. Thomas Nemeth (Ostkirchliches Institut an der Universitaet Wuerzburg Fachvertretung fuer Ostkirchengeschichte)

Dr. Rainer Dvorak Domschule Wuerzburg

PROGRAMM

Do. 24.10.2019

13.30 Uhr Begruessung und Einfuehrung

PD Dr. Dr. Thomas NEMETH

14.00 Uhr Die orthodoxe Kirche im Koenigreich Ungarn im Mittelalter, Prof. Dr. Istvan BAAN

14.45 Uhr Die orthodoxe Kirche in Ungarn in der Neuzeit, Dr. Etele KISS

15.30 Uhr Diskussion

15.45 Uhr Kaffeepause

16.15 Uhr Die Entstehung und Geschichte der griechisch-katholischen Kirchen in Ungarn, Dr. Tamas VEGHSEO

17.00 Uhr Die Geschichte der ungarischen griechischkatholischen Kirche vom 19. bis zum 21. Jh., Dr. Gyoergy JANKA

17.45 Uhr Diskussion

18.45 Uhr Byzantinische Vesper (Neumuenster-Krypta)

19.45 Uhr Abendessen

Fr. 25.10.2019

09.00 Uhr The Structural Development of the Hungarian Greek-Catholic Community 1912-2015, Prof. Dr. Peter SZABO

09.45 Uhr The Art of the Greek Catholic Church in Hungary. Main Tendencies, Dr. Szilveszter TERDIK

10.30 Uhr Diskussion

10.45 Uhr Kaffeepause

11.15 Uhr Liturgische Entwicklungen in der ungarischen griechisch-katholischen Kirche, Dr. Andras DOBOS

12.00 Uhr ‘Christen kommt, Mariam ehret, da bey ihrem Wunder-Bild’. Die Geschichte der Weihestaette von Mariapocs, Katalin FOELDVARI, M.A.

12.45 Uhr Diskussion und Abschluss

13.30 Uhr Mittagessen

Kosten

45 Euros fuer Verpflegung (inkl. Getraenke) fuer die Teilnahme an der gesamten Tagung

25 Euros fuer Verpflegung (inkl. Getraenke) fuer die Teilnahme an einem der beiden Tage

Wir bitten Sie, die Uebernachtung(en) fuer diese Veranstaltung selbst zu organisieren.

Anmeldung

Sie koennen sich direkt mit dem Anmeldeabschnitt oder ueber unsere Internetseite www.domschule-wuerzburg.de anmelden.

Gerne koennen Sie uns auch eine E-Mail schicken an: info@domschule-wuerzburg.de

Anmeldeschluss: Mo. 14.10.2019

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[14] VII SEMINARIO INTERNAZIONALE: “SULLA TRADIZIONE INDIRETTA DEI TESTI MEDICI GRECI” (ROMA, 25-26.10.2019)

Settimo Seminario Internazionale

Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

Villa Mondragone, Monte Porzio Catone (Roma) – Sala del Belvedere

25-26 ottobre 2019

Responsabilità scientifica: Ivan Garofalo, Lorenzo Perilli

Giovedì 25 ottobre

I (ore 9.15)

Nicoletta PALMIERI (Reims), Esitazioni medievali sullo ‘strumento obbediente del polso’: cuore o corpo dell’arteria?

Anna Maria IERACI BIO (Napoli), Symeon Seth, ‘Syntagma De Alimentorum Facultatibus’: la versione latina misconosciuta di Giorgio Valla

Stefania FORTUNA (Ancona), Bartolomeo da Messina e la traduzione latina del commento di Giovanni Alessandrino ad ‘Epidemie VI’

Matteo MARTELLI (Bologna), Medicine in the writings attributed to Zosimus of Panopolis

Anna Maria URSO (Messina), Contributi alla tradizione di Sorano latino: i manoscritti dei ‘Gynaecia’ di Mustione affini all’ ‘Hauniensis’

II (ore 14,15)

Barbara ZIPSER (London), The indirect tradition of Paul of Aegina in Ioannes Archiatrus

Emanuele ROVATI (Muenchen-Zuerich), Fonti, recensioni e diffusione della ‘Astrologia Ypocratis’

Oliver OVERWIEN (Berlin), The oath of Hippocrates in ancient non-medical texts

Arsenio Ferraces RODRIGUEZ (La Coruna), Epistole di Ippocrate e di Galeno sugli umori e sulle febbri tra Tardoantico e Alto Medioevo

Venerdì 26 ottobre

III (ore 9.15)

Ricarda GAEBEL (Berlin), The Unknown Physician – What can we learn about Posidonius of Byzantium from the Libri medicinales of Aetius of Amida?

Franco GIORGIANNI (Palermo), Glosse mediche (embriologiche) in Esichio: una ricognizione

Serena BUZZI (Torino), Oribasio nel ‘Continens’ di Razi: esempi di tradizione indiretta

Christina SAVINO (Udine), Il dibattito sulle edizioni complete di Galeno in un’anonima recensione umanistica: il ‘De Galeni librorum editione iudicium’ (31 giugno 1565)

Tavola Rotonda

Presidenti di Seduta:

I – Klaus-Dietrich Fischer

II – Philippe Mudry

III – Fabio Stok

Discussants:

Sabrina Grimaudo, Amneris Roselli, Daniela Manetti, Daniela Fausti, Petros Bouras-Vallianatos, Ivan Garofalo, Lorenzo Perilli

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[15] INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: NEO-PALAEOGRAPHY: ANALYSING ANCIENT GREEK AND COPTIC HANDWRITINGS IN THE DIGITAL AGE (BASEL, 27-29.01.2020): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 04.11.2019)

The project ‘d-scribes’ is pleased to inform you of its conference “Neo-Palaeography: Analysing Ancient Greek and Coptic Handwritings in the Digital Age” that will take place from the 27th to the 29th of January 2020 in Basel University. The goal of the conference is to gather Greek and Coptic papyrologists involved in palaeographic research (identification of hands, dating on palaeographical grounds, characterization of styles and scripts) together with Computer Scientists specialized in Historical Documents and Handwriting Analysis. Papyrologists are invited to present case-studies built on palaeographical criteria. Computer Scientists will present their work on Writer Identification and Script Classification. Colleagues using Archetype (archetype.ink) for Greek and Coptic are encouraged to apply.

Presentations will last 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes discussion. The proceedings of the conference will be open source published. Accommodation and travel are covered.

To apply, please send a title and abstract (300 words maximum) as well as a short CV (4 pages maximum) by November 4th, 2019 to i.marthot-santaniello@unibas.ch.

Notification of acceptation by November 12th.

Confirmed speakers: Yasmine Amory, Christian Askeland, Anne Boud’hors, Esther Garel, Peter Stokes, Lorelei Vanderheyden.

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[16] PUBLIC LECTURE BY HELEN EVANS: “SPHERES OF INFLUENCES: BYZANTINE ART IN THE GLOBAL MIDDLE AGES” (WASHINGTON, DC, 14.11.2019)

November 14, 2019

The Oak Room, Fellowship House – Dumbarton Oaks

Dr. Helen Evans, Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator of Byzantine Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will give a lecture titled “Spheres of Influence: Byzantine Art in the Global Middle Ages” on November 14, 2019 at 6:00 pm.

Dr. Evans will consider how the role of Byzantine art and culture and its interconnections with lands beyond its territorial borders should be central to the growing interest in the Global Middle Ages.

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[17] BYZANTINE STUDIES COLLOQUIUM: “THE INSULAR WORLDS OF BYZANTIUM” (WASHINGTON, DC, 15.11.2019)

November 15, 2019

The Oak Room, Fellowship House – Dumbarton Oaks

Byzantine islands have been largely considered marginal to the dramatic political, social, and economic changes the Byzantine heartland experienced in the seventh century and at the onset of Arab expansion in the eastern Mediterranean. Major islands, such as Sicily, Sardinia, Malta, and the Balearics, were lost forever. Others, like Crete and Cyprus, remained in flux until they were briefly reclaimed by Byzantium in the tenth century before coming under Latin control during the Crusades. Contrary to the perspectives offered by written sources (Byzantine, Arab, and Western), which for the most part dismiss them as marginal spaces, places of exile, or military outposts along maritime frontiers, islands constitute the best examples of the transformative adaptability of Byzantine society during periods of volatility and transition. Instead of decline and abandonment, archaeological work and results point to the existence of active communities, local and regional economic exchanges, and cultural continuities and interconnections during the period between the seventh century and the fall of Constantinople to the Crusaders in 1204.

Speakers will address the topic of Byzantine islands through case studies viewed in their broader Mediterranean and comparative contexts. The exploration of islands as hubs where Byzantine, Islamic, and Western European cultures encountered and influenced the local political, economic, and social structures will permit new insights into the networks of island societies and their legacies. Not only were islands located along commercial shipping routes, but, as spaces of adaptive economic activities and social strategies that were molded by military and political realities, they presented unique opportunities for cultural interconnections. In this context, the “The Insular Worlds of Byzantium” will provide new and revised perspectives on the Byzantine Mediterranean and beyond.

Speakers

Nikolas Bakirtzis, The Cyprus Institute

William Caraher, University of North Dakota

Salvatore Cosentino, Universita’ di Bologna

Sarah Davis-Secord, University of New Mexico

Michael Decker, University of South Florida

Jonathan Shea, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection

Joanita Vroom, Leiden University

Luca Zavagno, Bilkent University

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[18] CONFERENCE: GROWING CORPORA. BYZANTINE BOOK EPIGRAMS AND ONLINE TEXT COLLECTIONS (GHENT, 24-25.06.2020): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15.11.2019)

Ghent, 24-25 June 2020

Since 2010, the “Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams” team (that is: we) have been growing an online corpus of metrical paratexts, several of which were previously unpublished or unknown altogether, and made them freely available to the scholarly community (that is: you).

A new version of our database (https://www.dbbe.ugent.be/) was launched in June 2019. Exactly one year later, we are organising a two-day conference. Together with anyone interested in this particular genre of Byzantine poetry, we want to celebrate and reflect on what we have achieved so far and look ahead at what is – hopefully! – yet to come. Moreover, we want to stimulate communication and collaboration with other projects that are growing online corpora of texts.

You can partake in two different types of sessions.

In our demo sessions you can present your project and discuss your experiences in growing your online corpus (10-15 minutes). We are confident this will lead to a lively discussion on challenges we all face, such as data presentation, interoperability, and sustainability.

In our thematic sessions you can present your research on Byzantine book epigrams (20 minutes). Possible topics include:

– editing book epigrams;

– theoretical reflections on the concept of book epigrams and other metrical paratexts;

– book epigrams as a way to study the history of manuscripts;

– visual aspects of book epigrams;

– literary texts that function (or may have functioned) as book epigrams;

– metre and language of book epigrams;

– book epigrams in languages other than Greek.

We especially welcome contributions inspired by the “Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams”.

Confirmed speakers include Georgi Parpulov (University of Birmingham) and Andreas Rhoby (Austrian Academy of Sciences).

Send us an abstract (up to 300 words, PDF) by 15 November 2019 (dbbe@ugent.be, subject “Growing Corpora – abstract”) and we will get back to you early December.

Note that we want our conference to reflect who we are as a team: welcoming and inclusive. Costs will be kept to a minimum and we are working hard to secure funding to support anyone for whom traveling might not be evident, including early career or independent scholars and carers of young children.

For any further information, please visit our conference website (https://www.dbbe2020.ugent.be/).

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[19] INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM: CAPPADOCIA AND CAPPADOCIANS IN THE HELLENISTIC, ROMAN AND EARLY BYZANTINE PERIODS (IZMIR, 14-15.05.2020): CALL FOR PAPERS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.12.2019)

May 14-15, 2020

Dokuz Eylul University (DEU) in Izmir, Turkey.

The Izmir Center of the Archaeology of Western Anatolia (EKVAM) is glad to inform you that an international symposium on the ancient region of Cappadocia in southeastern part of central Turkey will take place on May 14-15, 2020 at the Dokuz Eylul University (DEU) in Izmir, Turkey.

The aim of this symposium is to report on the state of research concerning Cappadocia between the late-fourth century B.C. and mid-seventh century A.D. We warmly invite contributions by scholars and graduate students from a variety of disciplines related to this region. Intended to bring together scholars of archaeology, history, historical geography, epigraphy and other related disciplines in ancient Anatolian studies to discuss a range of issues concerning this region’s archaeology and history, this symposium should be an excellent opportunity to increase our knowledge about this region. The following theme groups are the main questions of the symposium which are prescriptive:

– Archaeological field projects and museum studies in Cappadocia,

– Cappadocia in ancient mythology,

– Cappadocia during the Iron Age,

– Lydians, Achaemenid Persian Empire and their relations to Cappadocia during the sixth and fifth centuries B.C.,

– Hoyuks and tumuli in Cappadocian archaeology,

– The Royal Road and Cappadocia,

– The Kingdom of Cappadocia in the Hellenistic period,

– Cappadocia and Seleucids as well as other Hellenistic kingdoms,

– Zoroastrianism in Hellenistic Cappadocia,

– Cappadocia and Cappadocians in Herodotus’ and Strabo’s records,

– Historical geography and settlement patterns in Hellenistic, Roman and late Roman-early Byzantine Cappadocia,

– Important Cappadocian cities: Caesarea and Tyana etc.,

– Relationships between Cappadocia and neighbouring regions,

– Roads, routes and population in Cappadocia,

– Language, script and epigraphy in Cappadocia,

– Coinage of the Kingdom of Cappadocia and Roman Cappadocia,

– Forms of Christian presence in Roman and early Byzantine Cappadocia,

– Cappadocia Prima, Cappadocia Secunda and late Roman provincial administration around Cappadocia,

– The Cappadocian Fathers of the fourth century A.D.,

– Episcopal sees of the late Roman province of Cappadocia,

– Cappadocian underground cities and their archaeology,

– Ethno-cultural landscape of ancient Cappadocia,

– Miscellanea.

On these themes and questions, all approaches and methods susceptible to bring some progress to our current knowledge are of course welcome: archaeology, ancient history, historical geography, epigraphy, numismatic, history of art, cultural anthropology etc. English is the official language of the symposium.

The symposium will take place at the Blue Hall of DESEM in the Chancellery Building of DEU. A local archaeological journal is planned as a special issue containing the symposium’s abstracts which will also be made available on the website. The proceedings of the symposium will be published in 2022.

The symposium is free of charge. We will make the required hotel reservations as soon as we know the exact number of participants. The approximate cost for the accommodation per night + breakfast will be 20 Euros.

A post-symposium excursion is planned on May 16-19 to Rhodes, Greece through Marmaris. For the participants who cannot travel to Izmir, we will arrange a video-conference facility, also through Skype. There are several low-cost flight companies (Pegasus, Sunexpress, Onur Air, Easyjet, Eurowings etc.) which operate direct flights to Izmir from several locations.

We would be delighted, if you could consider contributing to our symposium and contact us with the required information below before December 31, 2019.

Our e-mail address is: terracottas@deu.edu.tr

For all your queries concerning the symposium our phone number is: +90.544.938 54 64. The organizers seek to widen participation at this symposium, and would like to encourage colleagues from all parts of the world to attend.

Website of the symposium: http: www.academia.edu/40393162

Required information for the participation to the symposium

Type of Participation:

Lecturer:

Observer:

Lecturer through Skype:

Name:

Academic title:

Institution:

Complete professional address:

Cell phone:

E-mail:

Your Academia and/or Researchgate account’s address:

Are you planning to join to the post-symposium excursion to Rhodes, Greece?:

Any special requests:

Title of your lecture:

Would you agree that your lecture will be recorded during the symposium which will be displayed in the Internet later?:

Your abstract:

N.B.: An illustration can be included; it should be sent by e-mail to terracottas@deu.edu.tr or

gulserenkan@hotmail.com

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[20] 24TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF BYZANTINE STUDIES (ISTANBUL, 23-28.08.2021): FREE COMMUNICATIONS, POSTER AND VR SESSIONS (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15.04.2020)

As a part of the 24th International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Free Communications, Poster and VR Sessions will be organized.

For detailed information:

https://www.byzcongress2021.org/submission#free-communication-submission

Abstracts should be in the same language as that of the paper to be presented during the session and the working languages of the Congress are English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Turkish. The submission deadline is 15 April 2020.

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B. PUBBLICAZIONI

[1] THE APOSTOLOS: THE ACTS AND EPISTLES IN BYZANTINE LITURGICAL MANUSCRITPS, by Samuel Gibson

Piscataway, NJ, Gorgias Press, 2018

(Texts and Studies. 3rd Series, 18)

XIV, 319 p. — ISBN: 9781463206093

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C. NOTIZIE

[1] LEIBNIZ-WISSENSCHAFTSCAMPUS BYZANZ ZWISCHEN ORIENT UND OKZIDENT: STELLENAUSSCHREIBUNG (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 20.10.2019)

Stellenausschreibung: Postdoc-Stelle als wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in

Im Rahmen der Arbeitsgruppe “Ways of Dissemination and Processes of Appropriation” des Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus “Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident” ist zum 1. Januar 2020 eine Postdoc-Stelle als wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in (Entgeltgruppe TV-L 13 / Vollzeit) zu besetzen. Die Stelle ist befristet auf zwei Jahre (24 Monate).

Die Arbeitsgruppe “Ways of Dissemination and Processes of Appropriation” des Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus “Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident” Mainz/Frankfurt (www.byzanz-mainz.de) beschaeftigt sich mit den Wegen und Formen der Ausbreitung von Wissen im Kontext der Byzantinischen Welt. Ein besonderes Interesse gilt den Kommunikationsmitteln und -netzwerken, aber auch der Rolle von Minderheiten wie Juden und ‘orientalischen’ Christen in einer komparativen Perspektive.

Der im Rahmen dieser Arbeitsgruppe behandelte Zeitraum erstreckt sich von der Spaetantike bis zum Spaetmittelalter. Beteiligt sind die folgenden Faecher: Alte Geschichte, Alte Kirchengeschichte / Patrologie, Arabistik, Byzantinistik, Christliche Archaeologie und Byzantinische Kunstgeschichte, Klassische Archaeologie, Mittelalterliche Geschichte, Numismatik und Vorderasiatische Archaeologie.

Die Aufgaben des Stelleninhabers / der Stelleninhaberin umfassen:

– Organisatorische Unterstuetzung der Arbeitsgruppe

– Erarbeitung und Einreichung eines Projektantrages etwa bei der DFG oder anderen Foerdergebern im Rahmen der oben genannten Thematik

– Einreichung publikationsreifer wissenschaftlicher Aufsaetze zur Antragsthematik in einschlaegigen Publikationsorganen

Die Arbeitsgruppe “Ways of Dissemination and Processes of Appropriation” bietet einen intensiven fachlichen und interdisziplinaeren Austausch zwischen allen am Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus beteiligten Institutionen (Roemisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Johannes Gutenberg-Universitaet Mainz, Leibniz-Institut fuer Europaeische Geschichte, Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt) sowie vielfaeltige Gelegenheiten zur internationalen Vernetzung.

Voraussetzungen fuer die Bewerbung sind eine sehr gut abgeschlossene Promotion in einem beteiligten oder benachbarten Fach sowie Erfahrungen in der interdisziplinaeren Zusammenarbeit. Erwartet werden sehr gute Altgriechisch- und Lateinkenntnisse. Von Vorteil sind weitere einschlaegige Sprachkenntnisse etwa im Syrischen, Hebraeischen, Arabischen, Armenischen oder Georgischen.

Zur Erhoehung des Anteils von Frauen im wissenschaftlichen Bereich sind geeignete Nachwuchswissenschaftlerinnen nachdruecklich aufgefordert, sich zu bewerben.

Folgende Bewerbungsunterlagen sind elektronisch als Gesamtdatei im PDF-Format einzureichen (auf Deutsch oder Englisch):

– Zweiseitige Skizze des geplanten Forschungsvorhabens

– Tabellarischer Lebenslauf mit Publikationsverzeichnis, Abschlusszeugnisse, Nachweise wissenschaftlicher Taetigkeiten

Die Unterlagen sind zu richten an den Geschaeftsfuehrer des Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus: Dr. Benjamin Fourlas (fourlas(at)rgzm.de).

Die Ausschreibungsfrist endet am 20.10.2019.

Kosten, die im Zusammenhang mit Ihrer Bewerbung entstehen, koennen nicht erstattet werden.

Weitere Informationen zum Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus “Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident” unter www.byzanz-mainz.de. Fragen zur Ausschreibung bitte an den Geschaeftsfuehrer des Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus.

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[2] APPEL A’ CANDIDATURES: CHERCHEUR POSTDOCTORAL PALIMEDES (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 20.10.2019)

Appel a’ candidatures pour un poste de chercheur postdoctoral a’ temps plein (12 mois), dans le cadre du projet PALIMEDES (PALimpsestes: Imagerie Multispectrale, EDition Electronique et Sauvetage).

Masse salariale totale: 47.004 Euros (= 3.917 Euros / mois charge’, env. 2.200 Euros / mois net)

Date de prise de fonction: Janvier 2020 (negociable)

Environnement de travail

L’UMR 8061 est une unite’ de recherches sur la pensee antique. Elle accueille des projets de recherche, forme des doctorants et a vocation a’ rassembler chercheurs CNRS et enseignants-chercheurs de Sorbonne Universite’ dans ce domaine. Elle propose aussi un fonds documentaire specialise’, edite des revues scientifiques et publie les fruits de ses recherches collectives.

Affiliation: Sorbonne Universite’ (1, rue Victor Cousin, 75005 Paris).

Description du poste

Le projet PALIMEDES a pour objet l’application de technologies d’imagerie multispectrale pour dechiffrer le texte inferieur d’un manuscrit palimpseste (Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, L 99 sup.) en grec ancien de contenu astronomique et mathematique, avec notamment un traite’ gnomonique de Claude Ptolemee. Le chercheur postdoctoral mettra en oeuvre ses competences philologiques et paleographiques pour poser les bases du dechiffrement du manuscrit et pour faire l’interface entre les participants du projet.

Tache principales

– Dechiffrement d’images multi-spectrales.

– Selection selon leur lisibilite’ des images multi-spectrales traitees.

– Exploitation de microfilms et de notes de recherche pour le dechiffrement.

– Examen autoptique du manuscrit.

– Coordination avec les institutions partenaires en Italie septentrionale.

– Coordination avec les participants du projet.

– Organisation d’ateliers/de conferences.

– Publication en ligne d’images brutes et traitees, en conformite’ avec l’ ‘International Image Interoperability Framework’.

– Publication d’un compte-rendu final.

Competences

– Excellente competence en paleographie grecque.

– Excellente connaissance de la philologie grecque (et latine).

– Connaissance des mathematiques grecques de l’Antiquite’ appreciee.

– Familiarite’ avec les humanites numeriques appreciee.

Les candidats devront avoir obtenu leur doctorat a’ la date convenue pour la prise de fonction.

Les candidats qualifies sont invites a’ envoyer les documents suivants:

– lettre de motivation,

– curriculum vitae,

– piece officielle d’identite’,

– diplomes et/ou certifications,

a’ victor.gysembergh@sorbonne-universite.fr, au plus tard le 20 octobre 2019.

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[3] ONE YEAR NUMISMATIC DATABASE POSITION AT PRINCETON, FRAMING THE LATE ANTIQUE AND EARLY MEDIEVAL ECONOMY (FLAME) (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 31.10.2019)

FLAME (Framing the Late Antique and early Medieval Economy, coinage.princeton.edu) is a digital numismatics projects that reconstructs the early medieval economy CE 325-725 in Western Eurasia. It supplies hard data about the early medieval economy in the form of data on hundreds of thousands of coins, to contribute to the scholarly understanding of key historical questions in this period such as the fall of the Roman Empire, the rise of Islam, and the origins of the European economy. FLAME has concluded its first phase (Minting) and is currently working on gathering and organizing Circulation data across Eurasia (comprising millions of data points).

Princeton’s Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity and Firestone Library have been co-sponsoring the FLAME Project over the past four years. As part of this collaboration, and through the generous sponsorship of the Humanities Council’s Comparative Antiquity Initiative, we are inviting applications for the position of a FLAME Project Database Coordinator at the grade of Associate Professional Specialist for the academic year 2020/1.

Major Responsibilities

The Database Coordinator will advance FLAME’s research and outreach goals through a variety of activities, including:

– Develop theoretical and practical criteria for dealing with the biases in our data created by differential reporting and publication, and establish a set of research norms for FLAME and similar projects.

– Coordinate with FLAME’s international participants to ensure regularized treatment of data across participants.

– Enter a significant amount of find reports and standardize them to improve FLAME’s coverage, broadening the base for mapping and analyzing late antique coin circulation.

– Co-teach a seminar on a topic in late antique numismatics with Stahl during the Spring semester of 2021.

– Engage relevant courses in the departments of History, Classics, Religion, and Near Eastern Studies with guest lectures and presentations of late antique numismatic material.

– Organize a conference on FLAME and its historical significance to be held in the late spring of 2021, accompanied by a small temporary exhibit.

Drs. Alan Stahl (FLAME chair) and Lee Mordechai (FLAME director) will mentor the Database Coordinator in their daily work, and will hold a joint bi-weekly meeting in which he or she will report on their advancement.

Essential Qualifications

– A Ph.D. in a related field (if still ABD, please supply a letter from the department confirming that the Ph.D. will be bestowed before 1 June 2020)

– Academic background in the humanities

– Experience in coding

Preferred Qualifications

– Experience with relevant tools (e.g. SQL, ArcGIS)

– Data science experience (e.g. analysis, machine learning, visualization)

– Digital humanities experience (working with humanities data)

– Expertise in late antique or early medieval history

– Past work with numismatics

Princeton is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their service to the Library, to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.  Applications received after October 31, 2019 will not be guaranteed full review.

The successful candidate will be appointed to an appropriate Librarian rank depending upon qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted only from the AHire website: https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/13962 and must include a resume, cover letter, and a list of three references with full contact information. This position is subject to the University’s background check policy.

The complete position posting and application can be found at https://puwebp.princeton.edu/AcadHire/apply/application.xhtml?listingId=13962

More information is available from Alan Stahl, astahl@princeton.edu

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[4] FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT: COTSEN TRAVELING FELLOWSHIP FOR RESEARCH IN GREECE (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15.01.2020)

Deadline: January 15, 2020

The Gennadius Library offers the Cotsen Traveling Fellowship, a short-term grant awarded each year to scholars and graduate students pursuing research topics that require the use of the Gennadeion collections.

The grant was established by the Overseers of the Gennadius Library to honor Lloyd E. Cotsen, Chairman emeritus of the Overseers and benefactor of the Library.

Eligibility: Senior scholars (PhD holders) and graduate students of any nationality.

Terms: Stipend of dollars 2,000. School fees are waived for a maximum of two months. Fellowship does not include costs for School trips, room, or board. Requires residency in Athens of at least one month during the academic year from September 1 to June 1. The recipient is expected to take part in the activities of the Gennadius Library and the School as a whole in addition to pursuing research. A final report is due at the end of the award period, and the ASCSA expects that copies of all publications that result from research conducted as a Fellow of the ASCSA be contributed to the Gennadius Library.

Application: Submit an online application. The application includes a curriculum vitae; project description (up to 750 words) describing the project and its relation to the Gennadius Library collections, proposed dates, and a brief budget (not more than one page). Applicants should arrange for submission of two letters of recommendation. For more information about the application, visit:https://www.ascsa.edu.gr/apply/fellowships-and-grants/graduate-and-postdoctoral

Web site: www.ascsa.edu.gr or https://www.ascsa.edu.gr/apply/fellowships-and-grants/graduate-and-postdoctoral

E-mail: application@ascsa.org

The award will be announced March 15.

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, sexual orientation, color, religion, ethnic origin, or disability when considering admission to any form of membership or application for employment

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[5] CALL FOR ARTICLES: FENESTELLA – INSIDE MEDIEVAL ART, OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL. ISSUE 1/2020 (SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31.07.2020)

Fenestella – Inside Medieval Art, Issue 1/2020

Deadline: July 31, 2020

Fenestella – Inside Medieval Art is calling for contributions for its first electronic Issue, I/2020. Fenestella is a scholarly, multilingual, and peer-reviewed open access journal. It is published by the University of Milan, Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment, and powered by Open Journal Systems (OJS 3). Fenestella publishes scholarly papers on medieval art and architecture, between Late Antiquity and c. 1400, covering the Latin West, the Byzantine East and medieval Islam. The journal aims to consider medieval artefacts from within, as if seen through a fenestella confessionis, in order to throw light on iconography, function and liturgical practice and space. Fenestella supports original research, favouring an inter- and trans-disciplinary approach arising from the horizon and methodology of art history. Papers on wide-ranging themes, critical reviews and studies of micro-topics are all welcome, as long as they contribute to debate at an international level. Fenestella accepts papers in Italian, English, French, German and Spanish, with abstracts in English. Submissions that satisfy a preliminary review by the editorial staff are then peer-reviewed by anonymous reviewers. After fnal acceptance and copyediting each article is given a DOI number, to be immediately published and indexed. Articles published during a calendar year are collected in an annual issue. Fenestella provides all of the features required for indexing in the main databases (Scopus, WOS, ERIH PLUS, DOAJ, etc.). There are no submission or publication fees. Each article is freely accessible and shareable according to a Creative Commons license.

Editor

Fabio Scirea, Associate Professor in History of Medieval Art, University of Milan, Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment.

Editorial board

Marcello Angheben, Universite’ de Poitiers, CESCM

Xavier Barral i Altet Universite’ de Rennes 2, Universita’ Ca’ Foscari di Venezia

Giulia Bordi, Universita’ degli Studi Roma Tre

Manuel Castineiras, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

Sible De Blaauw, Radboud University Nijmegen

Albert Dietl, Universitaet Regensburg

Manuela Gianandrea, Sapienza Universita’ di Roma

Soren Kaspersen, University of Copenhagen

Miodrag Markovic, University of Belgrade

John Mitchell, University of East Anglia

Giulia Orofino, Universita’ degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio meridionale

Valentino Pace, gia’ Universita’ degli Studi di Udine

Paolo Piva, Universita’ degli Studi di Milano

Jose’ Maria Salvador Gonzalez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Wolfgang Schenkluhn, Martin-Luther-Universitaet Halle-Wittemberg, ERZ

Editorial staff

Mauro della Valle, Universita’ degli Studi di Milano

Simona Moretti, Universita’ IULM, Milano

Fabio Scirea, Universita’ degli Studi di Milano

Call for contributions

All topics concerning medieval art between Late Antiquity and c. 1400, papers on wide-ranging themes, critical reviews and studies of micro-topics are welcome. Please, submit a text of max 12.000 words including notes and separate bibliography, with abstract in English (200-250 words) and max 30 illustrations with captions in a separate .doc/.odt file.

Submission deadline for issue 1/2020: 31 July 2020.

Mail to: redazione.fenestella@gmail.com

Guidelines for Authors:

https://www.academia.edu/40336918/Call_for_Articles_FENESTELLA_-_Inside_Medieval_Art_Open_Access_Journal._Issue_1_2020_submission_deadline_31_7_2020._Mail_to_redazione.fenestella_at_gmail.com

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[6] “CORPUS CHARTARUM FABRIANO” TRA LE DIGITAL COLLECTIONS EUROPEE

In seguito all’imponente lavoro di digitalizzazione realizzato dalla Fondazione Fedrigoni Fabriano il Corpus Chartarum FABRIANO (CCF), la raccolta di carte filigranate prodotte dai mastri cartai di Fabriano dal 1267 ai giorni nostri, e’ ora disponibile per la consultazione on-line. Un progetto straordinario che consegna agli studiosi della carta un prezioso strumento per la datazione di documenti, manoscritti e incunaboli sine data et loco conservati negli archivi di tutto il mondo.

Nel 2016 la Fondazione ha acquisito le 2.213 carte antiche fabrianesi raccolte dal filigranologo Augusto Zonghi. La collezione dal valore inestimabile e giudicata ‘unica al mondo’ all’esposizione universale di Parigi del 1900 si e’ cosi’ unita alla raccolta dell’Archivio delle Cartiere Miliani costituendo il Corpus Chartarum FABRIANO (CCF).

Dal 2017 si e’ deciso di avviare il progetto di identificazione, catalogazione e digitalizzazione di tutte le carte filigranate conservate all’interno dell’Archivio delle Cartiere Miliani Fabriano (ASCM), unendo la Collezione di Augusto Zonghi (CAGZ) con la Raccolta del Duca Luigi Tosti di Valminuta (RDV) e costituendo cosi’ un corpus di produzione unicamente fabrianese. Grazie a questo importante lavoro e alla progressiva pubblicazione on-line per la consultazione, il CCF potra’ essere inserito nella rete internazionale delle digital collections di filigrane, ispirandosi ai gia’ esistenti: Bernstein – The Memory of Papers il progetto promosso dalla Commissione Europea mirato alla costituzione di una rete online e alla consultazione simultanea delle banche dati esistenti e International Standard for the registration of papers with or without watermarks, realizzato dall’International Association of Paper Historians (IPH) e depositario di tutti i criteri per la descrizione di un foglio.

Il CCF e’ consultabile online all’indirizzo

www.fondazionefedrigoni.it

https://ccf.fondazionefedrigoni.it/it/il-catalogo

e sara’ in continuo aggiornamento grazie al progressivo caricamento di tutti i records. Il progetto, avviato su proposta di Giancarlo Castagnari, vicepresidente della Fondazione, e’ guidato da Livia Faggioni, coordinatrice della Fondazione Fedrigoni Fabriano, con il contributo di Giovanni Luzi, responsabile della redazione dei dati, Rita Capitani, responsabile della realizzazione ricalchi insieme a Capolinea web agency di Jesi che ha progettato la piattaforma on-line.

Per maggiori informazioni

www.fondazionefedrigoni.it

email info@fondazionefedrigoni.it

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[7] CATALOGUE OF THE TEXTILES IN DUMBARTON OAKS BYZANTINE COLLECTION

New online resource for Byzantine and early Islamic textiles.

Dumbarton Oaks has a long history of collecting and researching textiles, yet its holdings of Byzantine and early Islamic fabrics had never been systematically published. Now, see more than 200 objects in high resolution in a newly-launched online textile catalogue. They include major holdings, such as Hestia Polyolbus, and range in date from the 2nd to the 17th century, emerging from the textile-making traditions of Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Indian subcontinent, and the Byzantine heartlands. Explore downloadable high-resolution images, object descriptions, and expert essays on the context and uses of furnishing textiles. Learn about the history of the catalogue, which has its roots in a 2015 museum conference and nine decades of textile acquisitions.

The release of this catalogue coincides with our current exhibition, ‘Ornament: Fragments of Byzantine Fashion’, as well as our collaborative exhibition with the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, ‘Woven Interiors: Furnishing Early Medieval Egypt’.

https://www.doaks.org/

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[8] 12 UNUSUAL SEALS ACQUIRED FOR THE DUMBARTON OAKS BYZANTINE COLLECTION

Visiting expert Father Joachim Cotsonis evaluates the striking imagery.

A major new acquisition has strengthened the Byzantine seal collection, already one of the most comprehensive in the world. The 12 lead seals contain underrepresented family names, unexpected early military ranks, and uncommon iconography. From bureaucrats to the deacon of Hagia Sophia to soldiers, they belonged to a wide swath of people and range from the 8th to the 14th or 15th century. Father Joachim (John) Cotsonis, director of the library at the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Massachusetts, evaluated the new acquisitions and taught students in the Coins and Seals Summer Program about the iconography of Byzantine seals. Discover the new seals and their exquisite designs.

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