Events - Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies

Play and Learn: artefacts of childhood in Late Antique Egyptian houses and monasteries

Play and Learn: artefacts of childhood in Late Antique Egyptian houses and monasteries
Date
27/02/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
April Pudsey delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.

Negotiation in Crisis — The Internal Wars of the Late Roman Republic

Negotiation in Crisis — The Internal Wars of the Late Roman Republic
Date
05/03/2020
Location:
Lecture Room 8 - 3rd floor Arts Building
Description
Hannah Cornwell (CAHA) delivers the BRIHC lecture.

Title to be confirmed

Title to be confirmed
Date
05/03/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
Antonia Gatward Cevizli delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.

The Rise of Historical Monuments as Symbols of the State and the Destruction of Architectural Heritage in Late 19th Century Romania

The Rise of Historical Monuments as Symbols of the State and the Destruction of Architectural Heritage in Late 19th Century Romania
Date
10/03/2020
Location:
Arts 250
Description
Cosmin Minea (History of Art, University of Birmingham) delivers the BRIHC seminar.

Postgraduate Open Day

Postgraduate Open Day
Date
11/03/2020
Location:
University of Birmingham
Description
The perfect opportunity to hear first-hand from our current students and teaching staff about living and learning at Birmingham.

Constructing a model for the early Islamic economy

Constructing a model for the early Islamic economy
Date
12/03/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
Hugh Kennedy delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.

From Rejection to Reconciliation — Coming to Terms with the Image in Protestant England 1560-1640

From Rejection to Reconciliation — Coming to Terms with the Image in Protestant England 1560-1640
Date
16/03/2020
Location:
Arts Building, Lecture Room 7
Description
Tara Hamling (History) and Jonathan Willis (History) deliver the BRIHC lecture.

Sultans as Saviours: early modern Mediterranean Jewish accounts of the Ottoman rulers

Sultans as Saviours: early modern Mediterranean Jewish accounts of the Ottoman rulers
Date
19/03/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
Marc Baer delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.
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