Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine WorkshopLAMB is an informal workshop for graduate students in Late Antique, Medieval and Byzantine history. Graduate students have the opportunity to present their work, receive and offer feedback, and practice the tricky art of commenting on a paper outside of one's specialty.

View past LAMB workshops in our events archive.


Upcoming Events:

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop - “Anti-Image Attitudes in Umayyad Syria and Byzantium: The Caliphal and Imperial Origins of Iconophobia Reconsidered”

“Anti-Image Attitudes in Umayyad Syria and Byzantium: The Caliphal and Imperial Origins of Iconophobia Reconsidered”

Eric Medawar, Department of History


For more information and to RSVP, please contact Walter Beers.

Ariana Myers - "Opportunism and (Dis)honor: Apostasy and Infamy in the Thirteenth-Century Conquest of Majorca"

“Opportunism and (Dis)honor: Apostasy and Infamy in the Thirteenth-Century Conquest of Majorca”
Ariana Myers, Princeton University


There is a pre-circulated, password-protected password for this workshop. To receive the paper and to RSVP, please contact Walter Beers.

Hollis Shaul - Ex paterna largicione concessa': The Case for the Carthusians and Angevin Devotional Memory in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Provence

"'Ex paterna largicione concessa': The Case for the Carthusians and Angevin Devotional Memory in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Provence”
Hollis Shaul, Department of History


There is a pre-circulated, password protected paper for this workshop. For the password and to RSVP, please contact Walter Beers.

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop - “Dying for the Cross: The Social Ramifications of Crusader Deaths”

“Dying for the Cross: The Social Ramifications of Crusader Deaths”

Randall Pippenger, Princeton University


There is a password protected, pre-circulated paper for this workshop. For the password and for more information please contact Ian Ward.

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop - "An Unremarkable Bishop: Valerian of Cimiez’s Sermons to His Community in Fifth-Century Gaul"

"An Unremarkable Bishop: Valerian of Cimiez’s Sermons to his Community in Fifth-Century Gaul"

Merle Eisenberg, Department of History


There is a pre-circulated paper for this event. For the password and for more information please contact Ian Ward.

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