byzantıum at ankara

sprıng 2021

Hacettepe University

Mighty in Medieval Cappadocia:

House of Skepides

Thursday, 4.2.2021, h. 18.00

University of Veliko Tarnovo

The monastery of St John the Forerunner on the island of Sveti Ivan near Sozopol (from the early Byzantine to the Medieval era)

Thursday, 11.2.2021, h. 18.00

Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient

Port Cities of the Eastern Mediterranean. Urban Culture in the Late Ottoman Empire

Thursday, 25.2.2021, h. 18.00

University of Uppsala

"Τὰ προειρημένα ἐπὶ τῶν ἐκ νέου κατασκευαζομένων εἴρηται· εἰ δὲ χάρται εἰσὶ παλαιοὶ ἤ καὶ δουλεία τις προλαβοῦσα, κεχρῆσθαι δεῖ τοῖς ἐξ ἀρχῆς συμπεφωνημένοις” : Encroaching, Subdividing, and Expanding or a Cultural Interpretation of Byzantine Spatial Transformation (6th-9th Century).

Thursday, 11.3.2021, h. 18.00

Dumbarton Oaks/George Washington University

Politics and Government in Byzantium. The Rise and Fall of Bureaucrats

Thursday, 25.3.2021, h. 18.00

Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz 

Intercultural Dialogue Between Byzantium and Georgia

Friday, 9.4.2021, h. 17.00

IHAC, Northeast Normal University

Reappraising the Silk Roads: Byzantium and Ancient China

Friday, 16.4.2021, h.17.00

Siliguri College, North Bengal University

Representing the Other: Assessing Indo-Byzantine Throught Textual Sources

Friday, 23.4.2021, h. 17.00

Hacettepe University

Lilith, Xnoubis and the Others:
Living in-between Faith, Magic and Spells

Thursday, 27.5.2021, h. 18.00

Cenk Güray & Nevin Sahin

Hacettepe University & Orient Istanbul Institut

Byzantine Chant and Its Reflections in the Neighboring Geographies

Thursday, 20.5.2021, h. 18.00

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