The BRIHC Seminar is a series of events specifically aimed at the School’s early-career researchers and visiting scholars to network and to present and discuss their research.

It takes place on Tuesdays, 16:00 -17:30, on a fortnightly basis.

29 October 2019: Fuka Fujita (Kyoto)
Religious Coexistence in the Eastern Mediterranean World. From the Perspective of Cyprus under the Latins

12 November 2019: Mariña Bermúdez Beloso (Santiago de Compostela)
Comparing Peripheries. Galicia and Carinthia in Medieval Time

26 November 2019: Anca Mandru (History)
A Train Station on the Left. The Making of a Socialist Public Sphere in Romania (1882-1914)

10 December 2019: Matteo Barbato (CAHA)
Beyond the Marxist and “culturalist” divide. Ideology and democracy in classical Athens

11 February: Hannah Lilley (History)
Thomas Greene in Context: Middling Narratives of Self and Place 1600-1640

25 February: Theofili Kampianaki (CAHA)
The Twelfth-century Chronicle of John Zonaras: A “hybrid“ composition

10 March: Cosmin Minea (History of Art)
The Rise of Historical Monuments as Symbols of the State and the Destruction of Architectural Heritage in Late 19th Century Romania‘