Event Archive

Center for the Study of Late Antiquity (CSLA)


Group for the Study of Late Antiquity (GSLA)

2009-2010

  • December 13, David Taylor
     
  • May 3,  Bad King Conference

In addition to lectures, GSLA also supported visiting faculty for various departments:

  • Neil Brendon McLynn – co-taught with Peter R. Brown
  • Kristi Copeland (Religion – Coptic grammar)
  • Susan Wessle (Religion – Coptic)
  • Yannis Papadoyannis (Classics)
  • Beate Pongratz-Leisten (Near Eastern Studies – Akkadian course)

Miscellaneous:

  • John Gager Retirement
     
  • The Annual Meeting of Association of Ancient Historians (Classics)
     
  • The Publication of the Princeton Catalogue of Greek Manuscripts (Hellenic)
     
  • GSLA/HLS Graduate Student Reading Groups (Hellenic)

2008-2009

  • October 13, Alexei Lidov (Weitzman lecture for Art & Archaeology)
     
  • November 2, Albrecht Diem “Inventing Monasticism”
     
  • February 8, AnneMarie Luijendijk
     
  • March 8, Jan Willem Drijvers
     
  • March 27, John Moore
     
  • March 26 & 26, The Day of the Bad King Conference
     Co-sponsored by The Shelby Cullom Davis Center and GSLA
     
  • April 8,  Kostas Yiavis (Hellenic Studies GS Workshop)
     
  • April 16-19, Nation, Group and Religion in Late Antiquity Conference
     
  • April 25, Oswyn Murray

2007-2008

  • September 23, Averil Cameron
     
  • March 9, Thomas Mathews
     
  • April 13, Edward Jay Watts
     
  • April 27, Richard Miles
     
  • Spring,  “Landscapes of the Saints:  Hagiography and Land in the Near East and Europe ca 500-900 (History Conference)
     
  • May 3,  Philoxenos Symposium (Center for the Study of Religion)

2006-2007

  • December 6,  Kimberly Bowes
     
  • March 11,  Philip Rousseau
     
  • April 15,  Campbell Grey
     
  • Spring, Syriac Conference (Center for the Study of Religion)

2005-2006

  • March 12, Sergey Ivanov
     
  • March 16-20, David Ganz (History Deptaratment)
     
  • April 9, Philip Roussean
     
  • April 23, John Matthews

2004-2005

  • September 19,  Averil Cameron
     
  • November 7,  Kimberly Bowes
     
  • January 16-18,  “Making Selves and Marking Others Conference”
    Co-sponsored by Department of Religion, Program in Judaic Studies and GSLA
     
  • February 24,  Ra’anan (Abusch) Boustan (Religion lecture)
     
  • March 4,  Nicola Denzy (Religion lounge seminar)
     
  • March 6, Michael Morony
     
  • March 6, Jairus Banaji
     
  • March 6,  Walter Scheidel
     
  • March 6, Cynthia Villagomez
     
  • May 5,  Near Eastern Studies Conference
     
  • May 13,  Peter R. Brown

2003-2004

  • October  19, Brent Shaw
     
  • November 23,  Lucette Valensi
     
  • February 9,  Kirk Krausmueller
     
  • February 26, Philip Alexander (Judaic Studies, Program in the Ancient World and Religion)
     “Targum Lamentations and the Tradition of ‘Mourning for Zion’ in Judaism in Late Antiquity”
     
  • February 29, Leslie Dossey
     
  • April 4, Noel Lenski
     
  • April 8,  Christoph Riedweg (GSLA & Hellenic Studies)
     
  • May 3 –  Oct. 22, The House in Late Antique Syria Exhibition (D. Curcic)
    Co-sponsored by Art & Archaeology, Hellenic Studies and GSLA

2002-2003

  • October 13,  Megan H. Williams
     
  • November 19,  Shoichi Sata
     
  • December 8,  Claudia Rapp, Arietta Papaconstantinou
     
  • January 12,  Paul Magdalino (co-sponsored with Hellenic Studies)
    “The history of the future revisited:  prophecy, astrology and divination in Byzantium”
     
  • March 9,  Dale Kinney
     
  • March 13,  Robert Doran
     
  • April 28,   Evelyne Patlagean
     
  • May 3,  Walter Pohl

2001-2002

  • December, Co-sponsored the Documentary Evidence Conference
     
  • April 21,  Caroline Humfress, Erika Hermanowicz, Jaclyn Maxwell, Kevin Uhalde,  and J. Michael Gaddis participants in GSLA Colloquium
     
  • May 22,   Co-sponsored The Return of “The Dome” Ideas on the Study of History
    (Art & Archaeology)

2000 - 2001

  • October 15,  Neil McLynn
    “Emperors Before Bishops:  The Transformations of Imperial Churchgoing from Constantine to Theodosius”
     
  • November 15,  Gisela Ripoll Lopez
    “The Topography of an Early christian City:  The Example of Barcelona”
     
  • November 19,  Thomas Leisten
    “Balis-Barbalisso in Syria.  City and hinterland in the Byzantine and early Islamic periods”
     
  • December 5, Neil McLynn (co-sponsored with Hellenic Studies)
     
  • Dec. 9 & 10,  Asia Minor Conference (Classics)
     
  • February 27,  Richard Hodges
     
  • March 11,  David G. Hunter
    “The Jovinianist Controversy:  Marriage, Celibacy and Heresy in Late Ancient Christianity”
     
  • April 6, Don McKay
     
  • April 19,  Co-sponsored lecture with Hellenic Studies
     
  • April 25,  Sarah Clackson