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We are happy to announce the launch of  a new journal entitled "After Constantine: Stories fro the Late antique and early Byzantine era.

"After Constantine" is a peer-reviewed and open-access academic journal and it is published online once a year. Its purpose is to bring Late Antiquity to the spotlight by hosting papers that underline its importance to classic and byzantine studies and contribute to a better piece of knowledge in the academic community. And the journal is hosted and published by the Orthodox Academy of Crete (OAC), an entity which operates under the spiritual auspices of His All Holiness the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.

In order to access the journal: 

Unıversıty of bırmıngham, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies

THE 21ST ANNUAL POSTGRADUATE COLLOQUIUM OF THE CENTRE FOR BYZANTINE, OTTOMAN AND MODERN GREEK STUDIES

**CALL FOR PAPERS**

COLOUR, EMOTION AND SENSES

23rd May 2020, University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham announces the Call for Papers for the 21st Postgraduate Colloquium of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham, U.K.

Papers and posters are invited on the theme of colour, emotion and the senses. The investigation of the above themes has the potential to grant insight into the everyday experiences of people, transcending class, gender and race. This colloquium aims to explore the lives of people across the eastern Mediterranean from a variety of perspectives, from Late Antiquity through to the Present Day, from textual sources to visual culture and archaeology.

Keynote Speaker: Professor Margaret Mullett, Harvard University/Dumbarton Oaks emerita.

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Taste, food and feasting

  • Sound and celebration

  • Family, kinship and relations

  • Religion and the sensory experience

  • Music and dance

  • Costume and colour

Papers of approximately 20 minutes or posters (maximum size A1) related to any of the fields covered by Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies are welcome. Please submit abstracts of no more than 250 words no later than Monday 6th April 2020 to 2020CBOMGScolloquium@gmail.com.

The Organising Committee

Panagiota Mantouvalou (University of Birmingham)

Laura Marie Clark (University of Birmingham)

Internatıonal scıentıfıc conference 

Kıng mılutın and the palaeologan age: Hıstory, lıterature, cultural herıtage

(24-26 october 2021, skopje)

Images of the Holy Passion in Byzantine Art, The Orthodox Academy of Crete and the "After Constantine" journal

(20 aprıl 2021, 18.00 Athens tıme)

The Orthodox Academy of Crete and the "After Constantine" journal, in collaboration with the academic community of the Bilkent and Hacettepe universities "Byzantium at Ankara", as well as the "Gate to the Eastern Mediterranean" community of the University of Birmingham are organizing a webinar entitled “Images of the Holy Passion in Byzantine Art.”

 

The event aims to present and study Jesus' tortures from their archaeological point, and calls us to travel through the time, understand the Holy crucifixion and its historical background, and familiarize ourselves with its byzantine artistic view through the centuries.

 

The webinar will take place on Zoom on Tuesday, 20 April, at 18:00 (Athens time) and it will be available for watching via the Orthodox Academy's YouTube channel, by clicking the "LIVE" button during the webinar's start.

 For Questions /  Contact us at byzantiumatankara@hotmail.com

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