Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek seminars

The Centre’s General Seminar is open to all interested in the related concerns of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies.  

Forthcoming seminars:

CBOMGS Seminar: Old statues, new meanings. Literary and archaeological evidence for Christian re-interpretation of classical statuary

CBOMGS Seminar: Old statues, new meanings. Literary and archaeological evidence for Christian re-interpretation of classical statuary
Date
23/02/2017 (17:15-18:30)
Location:
Arts Building, Whitting Room
Description
Ine Jacobs (Oxford) gives the CBOMGS seminar

CBOMGS Seminar: History, time, and economic crisis in Central Greece

CBOMGS Seminar: History, time, and economic crisis in Central Greece
Date
02/03/2017 (17:15-18:30)
Location:
Arts Building, Whitting Room
Description
Daniel Knight (St Andrews) gives the CBOMGS seminar

CBOMGS Seminar: Heirloom manuscripts? The Romeika manuscripts in Arabic script of the Turco-Yanniotes and Turco-Cretans

CBOMGS Seminar: Heirloom manuscripts? The Romeika manuscripts in Arabic script of the Turco-Yanniotes and Turco-Cretans
Date
09/03/2017 (17:15-18:30)
Location:
Arts Building, Whitting Room
Description
Yorgos Dedes (London) gives the CBOMGS seminar

CBOMGS Seminar: The new Ottoman Greece: Replacing the Turkish Yoke with pluralistic coexistence in history and fiction

CBOMGS Seminar: The new Ottoman Greece: Replacing the Turkish Yoke with pluralistic coexistence in history and fiction
Date
16/03/2017 (17:15-18:30)
Location:
Arts Building, Whitting Room
Description
Trine Willert (Copenhagen) gives the CBOMGS seminar

CBOMGS Seminar: Out on a limb? Forest and field in Byzantine Apulia, 7th–11th centuries

CBOMGS Seminar: Out on a limb? Forest and field in Byzantine Apulia, 7th–11th centuries
Date
23/03/2017 (17:15-18:30)
Location:
Arts Building, Whitting Room
Description
Paul Arthur (Salento) gives the CBOMGS seminar

 

Further information

For more information please contact the convenor Ruth Macrides