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Semestr letni / Spring semester 2023/2024

Always on Thursday, 4.45 p.m. Warsaw time, in Room 203 at the Faculty of Law and on Zoom.

To get a link, please send a message to Robert Wiśniewski (r.wisniewski@uw.edu.pl)


22.02 Alexandra Madeła (UW) Mapping out mythical Troy: The spaces of Dares Phrygius’ De Excidio Troiae and ancient scholarship on Homer’s geography
29.02 Haggai Olshanetsky (UW) & Lev Cosijns (Oxford University) Using macro-scale data to understand the relationship between climate, demography and economy in Late Antiquity
7.03 Philippe Blaudeau (Université d’Angers) Seeking to re-establish contact in the midst of the Acacian schism. Study of an attempt to renew contact between the sees of Alexandria and Rome under imperial auspices in 497
14.03 Kontantinos Balamoshev, Maria Nowak & Marzena Wojtczak (UW) Law in Social Networks of late antique Aphrodite – preliminary results and a case study
21.03 Jerzy Szafranowski (UW) The founder, the cleric, and the bishop. Private churches in the sixth-century West
4.04 Katinka Sewing (Universität Heidelberg) Broken and buried. The curious case of the marble slabs from the Bishop’s church in Doliche (Southeast Turkey)
11.04 Paweł Nowakowski (UW) ‘I pray, do not focus on their barbarous tongue.’ The written and spoken languages in monasteries of early Byzantine Syria
18.04 Roberto Alciati (Università degli Studi di Firenze) Before the relics: Cases of Christian resistance to the agency of objects
25.04 Maya Maskarinec (USC Dornsife) Property and piety: the houses of saints in late antique and early medieval Rome
9.05 Tomasz Waliszewski (UW) Contemporary approaches to the study of the Roman city: a multi-disciplinary dialogue around processes of urbanisation and Romanisation in Mustis (Africa)
16.05 Alexander Sarantis (Leibniz-Zentrum für Archäologie, Mainz) The Byzantine-Islamic Frontier in Cappadocia and Cilicia, 640-750: Strategy, Warfare, and Socio-Economic Trends
23.05 Anna Sitz (Universität Tübingen) The writing on the wall: the fates of ancient inscriptions in late antique cities
6.06 Arietta Papaconstantinou (Aix-Marseille Université) Identifying the governor’s secretaries in eighth-century Fustat: another look at the Aphrodito archive
13.06 Phil Booth (Oxford University) John of Ephesus as historian

Semestr zimowy / Winter semester 2023/2024


4.10 Ewa Wipszycka (UW) Co się zmieniło w monastycyzmie egipskim między czwartym wiekiem a początkiem ósmego
12.10 Lucy Grig (University of Edinburgh) Representations of the emperor in late antique popular culture
19.10 Lieve Van Hoof (Ghent University) Libanius’ Oration for the Prisoners: A plea against social injustice
26.10 Jakub Urbanik (UW) On the function of the Petition of Dionysia (P. Oxy. II 237)
9.11 Mateusz Fafiński (University of Erfurt) Monks or citizens: Monasticism and civic unrest in Edessa?
16.11 Marta Szada (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń) Priesthood, Christian discipline and orthodoxy in the Opus imperfectum in  Matthaeum
23.11 Julia Borczyńska (UW) / Karol Kłodziński (University of Gdańsk) / Mohammed Abid (Université de la Manouba, Tunis) Charakterystyka dotychczasowych odkryć epigraficznych z Musti (Afryka Prokonsularna) ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem późnoantycznego carmen
30.11 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
7.12 Ivan Foletti (Masaryk University, Brno) Experiencing the sacred in one’s own skin: images and liturgy in late antique Rome
14.12 Eric Fournier (West Chester University) Anticipating disaster: Honorius, forbearance and the limits of religious coercion in late Roman North Africa
11.01 Dobrochna Zielińska (UW) Holy mothers of the Nile Valley. Indigenous traditions in transition during the late antique and early Byzantine period
18.01 Jim Walker (University of Zurich) Natural landscape and places of devotion intertwined: Merovingian Gaul under the lens
25.01  Yaniv Fox (University of Bar Ilan) The limits of allegory: biblical exegesis and political commentary in Justus of Urgell and Caesarius of Arles