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Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies

GsOCI 50th Spring Symposium

GLOBAL BYZANTIUM
Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies
University of Birmingham

25th-27th March 2017


Provisional Communications Programme
Symposiarchs
Prof. Leslie Brubaker
Dr Rebecca Darley Dr Daniel Reynolds
Registration and information:
http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/bomgs/events/2017/global-byzantium.aspx
Saturday 25th March
Muirhead Tower, University of Birmingham (Map Ref. R21)

Session Two: Muirhead 112

1400-1415:
Reading Global Byzantium through womens physical appearance in Early
Byzantine Egypt
Engy Eshak Yousef Hanna, Minia University, Egypt

1415-1430:
Greek Books and Bookmen at the Sultans Court
Giuseppe Pascale. Universit Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milan

1430-1445:
Melkite art in the 13th century: Constantinople, Crusader Syria and Byzantiums
global reach
Lucy-Anne Hunt, Manchester School of Art

1445-1500:
The Role of Nubia and Ethiopia in Globalising Byzantium
Adam Simmons, Lancaster University

1500-1515
Identity in the Outer-reaches: representing the self through textiles
Anna Kelley, University of Birmingham

1515-1530:

Session Three: Muirhead 113


1400-1415:
Historiographies of Reconquest: Constantinople, Iberia, and the Danelaw
Matthew Kinloch, University College, Oxford

1415-1430:
Clerical marriage in a comparative perspective
Maroula Perisanidi, University of Leeds

1430-1445:
Constantines monoxyla: canoe or Viking ship?
Kristian Hansen Schmidt, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
1445-1500
Import, Export: The Global Impact of Byzantine Marriage Alliances during the Tenth
Century
Lauren Wainwright, University of Birmingham

1500-1515
What is Byzantine about Byzantine diplomacy?
Jeffrey Brubaker, University of Birmingham

1515-1530
Tributes linked to military action in both ends of the Mediterranean: from
Byzantium to Spain
Adrian Elas Negro Corts, Universidad de Extremadura

Sunday 26th March

Session Eight: Muirhead 112

1630-1645
How Byzantine was 9th-century Moravia? An archaeological perspective
Hajnalka Herold, University of Exeter

1645-1700
New Rome & the Caucasus, c.900-1100: Empire, Elitedom and Identity in a Global
Perspective
Nik Matheou, University of Oxford

1700-1715
A Facet of Byzantiums Ideological Reach: the case of Byzantine imitation coins
Alexandra Vukovich, University of Cambridge

1715-1730
From the halls of Tadmakka to the shores of Sicily: Byzantine Italy and sub-
Saharan Africa in the eleventh century
Andrew Small, University of Oxford

1730-1745
The global Byzantium of the Arts and Crafts.
Dimitra Kotoula, The Greek Ministry of Culture and the British School at Athens
1745-1800:

Transferring skills and techniques across the Mediterranean: some preliminary


remarks on stucco in Italy and Byzantium
Flavia Vanni, University of Birmingham

Session Nine: Muirhead 113

1630-1645
The relations between Muslims and Christians on the Byzantine poem of Digenis
Akritis (El Escorial manuscript) and on the Castilian Cantar de mio Cid
Dr. Ioannis Kioridis, Open University of Athens, Universidad de Valencia and
Universidad de Zaragoza
Francisco Lopez-Santos Kornberger, University of Birmingham

1645-1700
Globalizing sanctity: the extension of the Constantinopolitan cult to provincial
heroes
Oscar Prieto Domnguez, Universidad de Salamanca

1700-1715
Icons and Ideology: Royal Patronage of Byzantine Miracle-working Cult Icons in
Medieval Georgia
Nina Chichinadze, Ilia State University

1715-1730
The Byzantine Metropolitanates of Gotthia and Rus in the Notitiae Episcopatuum:
Two Case Studies in Monotheization
Alex Feldman, University of Birmingham

1730-1745
Mary Magdalene: East is East and West is West?
Cecily Hennessy, Christies Education