Events - Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies

The Colonialism of Neoliberal Gentrification

The Colonialism of Neoliberal Gentrification
Date
23/01/2020
Location:
Arts - Lecture Room 8 (LR8)
Description
John Munro (History) delivers the BRIHC lecture.

The view from the edge: Byzantium and post-Roman Hispania

The view from the edge: Byzantium and post-Roman Hispania
Date
23/01/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
Jamie Wood delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.

Female agency in Mystras: fashion indices in late Byzantine art

Female agency in Mystras: fashion indices in late Byzantine art
Date
30/01/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
Andrea Mattiello delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.

BMCA Teachers' Day

BMCA Teachers' Day
Date
01/02/2020
Location:
Arts Building
Description
The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association would like to invite all teachers to their annual Teachers' Day on Saturday 1st February, hosted by the University of Birmingham.

Slavery in the West African Sahel — A Resilient Institution'

Slavery in the West African Sahel — A Resilient Institution'
Date
04/02/2020
Location:
Arts - Lecture Room 7 (LR7)
Description
Benedetta Rossi (DASA) delivers the BRIHC lecture.

Living heritage in Greece: perceptions of traditional settlements

Living heritage in Greece: perceptions of traditional settlements
Date
06/02/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
Ioanna Katapidi delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.

Thomas Greene in Context: Middling Narratives of Self and Place 1600-1640

Thomas Greene in Context: Middling Narratives of Self and Place 1600-1640
Date
11/02/2020
Location:
Arts 104
Description
Hannah Lilley (History, University of Birmingham) delivers the BRIHC seminar.

'Augustine's women'

'Augustine's women'
Date
13/02/2020
Location:
Whitting Room - Arts Building (Room 436)
Description
Kate Cooper delivers the Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies seminar.
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