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Warsaw Late Antique Seminar

Warsaw Late Antique Seminar restarts after summer break. Always on Thursdays, 4.45 p.m., in-person in Room 203 at the Faculty of Law and Administration and on Zoom. To get a link a link, please send a message to Robert Wiśniewski (r.wisniewski@uw.edu.pl).

  • 5 X 2023 Ewa Wipszycka (UW), Co się zmieniło w monastycyzmie egipskim między czwartym wiekiem a początkiem ósmego
  • 12 X 2023 Lucy Grig (University of Edinburgh), Representations of the emperor in late antique popular culture
  • 19 X 2023 Lieve Van Hoof (Ghent University), Libanius’ Oration for the Prisoners: A plea against social injustice
  • 26 X 2023 Jakub Urbanik (UW), On the function of the Petition of Dionysia (P. Oxy. II 237)
  • 9 XI 2023 Mateusz Fafiński (University of Erfurt), Monks or citizens: Monasticism and civic unrest in Edessa?
  • 16 XI 2023 Marta Szada (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń), Priesthood, Christian discipline and orthodoxy in the Opus imperfectum in Matthaeum
  • 23 XI 2023 Julia Borczyńska (UW) / Karol Kłodziński (University of Gdańsk) / Mohammed Abid (Université de la Manouba, Tunis), Charakterystyka dotychczasowych odkryć epigraficznych z Mustis (Afryka Prokonsularna) ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem późnoantycznego carmen
  • 30 XI 2023 Michael Hahn (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Clerics at the hippodrome? Foucault’s heterotopia, spatial semantics, and the construction of norms in late antique church Communities
  • 7 XII 2023 Ivan Foletti (Masaryk University, Brno), Experiencing the sacred in one’s own skin: images and liturgy in late antique Rome
  • 14 XII 2023 Eric Fournier (West Chester University), Anticipating disaster: Honorius, forbearance and the limits of religious coercion in late Roman North Africa
  • 11 I 2024 Dobrochna Zielińska (UW), Holy mothers of the Nile Valley. Indigenous traditions in transition during the late antique and early Byzantine period
  • 18 I 2024 Jim Walker (University of Zurich): Natural landscape and places of devotion intertwined: Merovingian Gaul under the lens
  • 25 I 2024 Yaniv Fox (University of Bar Ilan), The limits of allegory: biblical exegesis and political commentary in Justus of Urgell and Caesarius of Arles