Late Antiquity

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop - "(Re)constructing Aristocratic Religious Identities on Fifteenth-Century Cyprus"

"(Re)constructing Aristocratic Religious Identities on Fifteenth-Century Cyprus"

Miriam Salzmann, Mainz University

Joseph Henry House, Room 15


There is a pre-circulated paper for this workshop. To receive a copy of the paper and to RSVP to the workshop, please email Hollis Dvorkin Shaul at dvorkin@princeton.edu.

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop - “Making Monastic Property Royal: Grants of Protection, Legibility and Resistance in the Carthusian Countryside”

“Making Monastic Property Royal: Grants of Protection, Legibility and Resistance in the Carthusian Countryside”

Hollis Shaul, Princeton University


There is a pre-circulated paper for this workshop. To receive a copy of the paper and to RSVP to the workshop, please email Hollis Dvorkin Shaul at dvorkin@princeton.edu

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop - "A City Great and Populous": Byzantine Melitene and the Imperial Milieu of the Syriac Renaissance"

"A City Great and Populous": Byzantine Melitene and the Imperial Milieu of the Syriac Renaissance"

David Gyllenhaal, Princeton University


There is a pre-circulated paper for this workshop. To receive a copy of the paper and to RSVP to the workshop, please email Hollis Dvorkin Shaul at dvorkin@princeton.edu

Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Workshop - "Bloody Juvenilia: The Murder of Hypatia and the Beginnings of Cyril of Alexandria’s Episcopate”

"Bloody Juvenilia: The Murder of Hypatia and the Beginnings of Cyril of Alexandria’s Episcopate”

Walter beers, Princeton University

Location: G-14 Dickinson Hall


There is a pre-circulated paper for this workshop. To receive a copy of the paper and to RSVP to the workshop, please email Hollis Dvorkin Shaul at dvorkin@princeton.edu

Xin Wen

Xin Wen (Ch. 文欣) is a historian of medieval China and Inner Asia. His work goes beyond the dynastic units of Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) and situates “China” in the connected world of Eurasia.

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


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

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