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Harmonogram // Schedule

Semestr letni/Spring semester 2020/21 (always on Thursday, 4.45 p.m. Warsaw time)

25.02: Aleksandra Kubiak-Schneider (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster), Hatra of Shamash. City under divine protection

4.03: Philippe Blaudeau (Université d’Angers), A disgruntled/unfortunate Alexandrian: geo-ecclesiological remarks on the Egyptian stages of Patriarch Paul the Black's course (565-566; 575-576)

11.03: Maria Nowak (UW / Universiteit Leiden), P. Mon. Phoib. Test. 1–4. Once again on the testamentary appointment of monastic superior and the status of St. Phoibammon

18.03: Marco Passarotti & Francesco Mambrini (ERC-CoG project LiLa: Linking Latin / Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan) Interlinking through Lemmas. The LiLa Knowledge Base of Interlinked Linguistic Resources for Latin

25.03: Krystyna Stebnicka (UW), Decius and the historical tradition of Dexippos

8.04: Luigi Silvano (Università di Torino), Imagining the other world in Late Antiquity: visions and tales in the Greek and Latin tradition

15.04: Sebastian Richter (Freie Universität, Berlin), Coptic epigraphy at Deir Anba Hadra: New insights and new intricacies

22.04: Juliette Day (University of Helsinki), Investigating lay eucharistic experience in the early medieval period

29.04: Sara Ann Knutson (UW) & Caitlin Ellis (University of Durham), 'Conversion' to Islam in Early Medieval Europe: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on Northern European Interactions with Islam 

6.05: Alexander Sarantis (UW), Interpreting a Crisis Period: Assessing Military, Political and Environmental Stresses in the Balkans, 565-626

13.05: Emmanouela Grypeou (Stockholms Universitet),  The Recknoning of the Soul: The development of the motif of the Demonic Tollhouses in late antique Eastern Christianity

20.05: Davide Amendola (Trinity College Dublin), The Eagle and the Owl: Athenian Legacies in Early Ptolemaic Alexandria

27.05: Enno Friedrich (Universität Graz), Pindaricus Fortunatus? How well did Venantius Fortunatus (Gaul, 6th c. CE) know Pindar (Greece, 5th c. BCE)?

11.06: Teresa Wolińska (Uniwersytet Łódzki),Was Al-Harith (Arethas) a king? The Use of the Title of Basileus in Procopius’ Writings