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Harmonogram // Schedule

Semestr Zimowy / Winter semester 2020/21 (always on Thursday, 4.45 p.m. Warsaw time, Library of Papyrology and Roman Law)


7-8.10: Workshop Contact Zones in Eastern Mediterranean

14.10: Philipp Pilhofer (Humboldt Universität Berlin), ‘A very pleasant spot to walk and spend time’ – Thecla’s cave at Seleucia

21.10: Albrecht Diem (Syracuse University), Basil, Benedict and Beyond. Understanding regular observance

28.10: Jan Prostko-Prostyński (Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza), Antowie nie całkiem słowiańscy - nowa perspektywa

4.11: Paweł Nowakowski (UW), The origin of the toponym Galata (suburbs of Constantinople). Some further thoughts

18.11: Marta Szada (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika), Arianism in fifth-century Gaul: the limitations of the study

25.11: Przemysław Piwowarczyk (Uniwersytet Śląski), Coptic texts of ritual power as voices of laypeople?

2.12: Adam Łajtar (UW), A new piece of evidence in an old question: A Greek inscription from Tafah and the Christianisation of Nobadia

9.12: Jakub Łojszczyk (UW) Fragments regarding the alliance with ‘Turks’ as an example of ethnographic categories and Kaiserkritik in the History of Menander the Guardsman

16.12: Przemysław Nehring (Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika), Praktyka i teoria epistolograficzna w listach Augustyna

13.01: Adam Ziółkowski (UW), A case of collective amnesia? Why did the Western Romans of the 4th century know so little about the 3rd century crisis of the Empire?

20.01: Flavia Ruani (Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes CNRS), Jimmy Daccache (Yale University) & Simon Brelaud (University of California Berkeley), E-Twoto Digital Paleography of Syriac Inscriptions

27.01: Mara Nicosia (Universiteit Gent), Syriac monastic schools and the teaching of rhetoric