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Eleventh Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament

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Eleventh Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament

Birmingham, 4-6 March 2019

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Date limite : 1er décembre 2018

 

The next Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament will be held in Birmingham from Monday 4th to Wednesday 6th March 2019.
Proposals are invited for papers on the subject of New Testament textual criticism. In this colloquium, we intend to focus on matters relating to versional evidence (Latin, Syriac, Coptic, Gothic, Georgian, Ethiopic etc.) and other indirect sources (e.g. biblical quotations). The standard length of a paper will be 25 minutes.
Proposals should be submitted to H.A.G.Houghton[at]bham.ac.uk by 1st December 2018 at the latest. A programme will be released subsequently, along with a booking form. As in previous years, accommodation has been reserved at Woodbrooke Study Centre.
Further information about the Birmingham Colloquium may be found at www.birmingham.ac.uk/colloquium


Source : Université de Birmingham

 

XIII edizione Richerche a confronto

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XIII edizione Richerche a confronto

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Date limite : 17 septembre 2018

 

RICERCHE A CONFRONTO 2018 - CALL FOR PAPERS
Dottorandi e studenti dell'associazione Rodopis, in collaborazione con il Dipartimento di Storia Culture e Civiltà dell'Università di Bologna, organizzano un ciclo di quattro incontri da svolgersi nel Novembre 2018 presso l'Alma Mater Studiorum. L'obiettivo è quello di promuovere l'incontro e il confronto tra giovani antichisti di diversa formazione e interessi.
Gli incontri si terranno a Bologna, presso il Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà con cadenza settimanale a partire dall'8 novembre: le date fissate sono (giovedì) 8, 15, 22 e 29 novembre. Ogni incontro sarà composto da due presentazioni di circa 30 minuti ciascuna seguite da un ampio dibattito. I contributi potranno essere discussi sia in italiano che in inglese per rendere maggiormente possibili la partecipazione e il coinvolgimento di tutti gli interessati
La tematica degli incontri di quest'anno sarà l'interculturalità sullo scenario storico del bacino del Mediterraneo antico dall'età micenea all'impero bizantino, analizzata da un punto di vista ad oggi poco indagato dalla critica: la storia delle istituzioni e la storia amministrativa. È nostra intenzione proporre una riflessione che affronti l'incontro, l'ibridazione e lo scontro tra culture, da un lato nell'ambito della teoria delle istituzioni, dall'altro nel vivo del funzionamento delle stesse e delle pratiche amministrative. Si potrà quindi esaminare il contributo dato da diverse culture alla definizione degli assetti istituzionali e amministrativi, nonché di carattere costituzionale. È implicito il nostro interesse allo studio di connessioni e rimandi reciproci tra pensiero politico e pratiche concrete di governo. Siamo, inoltre, interessati alla rilettura in epoche diverse delle teorie politiche, costituzionali, delle loro forme di attuazione concreta, nonché a spunti di carattere comparativo tra contesti storici diversi.

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Materiality and the Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages (IMC, Leeds, 1-4 July 2019)

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Materiality and the Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages (IMC, Leeds, 1-4 July 2019)

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Date limite : 15 Septembre 2018

 

The forthcoming International Medieval Congress in Leeds has ‘Materialities' as its special thematic strand. The Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity project (though it formally ends in December 2018) will therefore be running a series of sessions on material aspects of the cult of saints. We will focus on objects: holy images, pilgrim tokens, flasks, relics, and reliquaries, and on the close context of the cult, for instance monumental tombs, crypts etc. The sessions aim to address the following questions:
• In what ways were cults shaped by their physical environment?
• How important was the presence of holy objects to the establishment and development of a cult and cult site?
• How did objects help to establish and spread cults beyond the main cult site?
• In what ways did the material form of cult reflect theological ideas?
Those interested in presenting papers at these sessions, particularly if focused on the period before c. AD 1000, are requested to send a short abstract (up to 200 words) to Robert Wiśniewski (r.wisniewski[at]uw.edu.pl) and Bryan Ward-Perkins (bryan.ward-perkins[at]history.ox.ac.uk) by 15 September. Please note that the conveners, sadly, cannot cover the conference fee and travel expenses.

Lieu de la manifestation : Leeds
Organisation : Robert Wiśniewski et Bryan Ward-Perkins
Contact : r.wisniewski[at]uw.edu.pl

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Déchéance et réhabilitation des objets, des espaces, des personnes dans l’Antiquité gréco romaine

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Déchéance et réhabilitation des objets, des espaces, des personnes dans l'Antiquité gréco romaine

Autour des notions de déclassement et de reclassement

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Date limite : 15 octobre 2018


Les pratiques de classement et de taxinomie dans l'Antiquité gréco-romaine ont été bien étudiées. En revanche, les processus de déchéance, déclassement et de réhabilitation ou reclassement associés, ont moins retenu l'attention des Antiquisants, à l'exception peut-être de la damnatio memoriae (e.g. Varner, E. R., Mutilation and transformation. Damnatio memoria and Roman imperial portraiture, Leiden, 2004 ou Krüpe, F., Die Damnatio Memoriae. Über die Vernichtung von Erinnerung. Eine Fallstudie zu Publius Septimus Geta (189-211 n. Chr.), Gutenberg, 2011), notion déjà décrite par les Anciens. Il ne s'agit pas, au cours de cette manifestation scientifique, d'analyser les processus classificatoires, ni les groupes qui en découlent en tant que tels, – elles ont notamment fait l'objet de deux contributions dans le récent volume, Classement, déclassement, Reclassement, Gilles Chabaud (éd.), Limoges 2011– mais plutôt d'aborder, dans une approche inversée, ce qui motive les Anciens à rejeter ou mettre à l'écart d'un regroupement préalable, en d'autres mots à déchoir un objet, une personne, un espace, une pratique, d'une position préalablement bien établie et reconnue de tous. Les modalités de déchéance, les circonstances et le cadre d'une réhabilitation (quand elle existe) seront particulièrement au centre de l'analyse. On s'attachera aussi à insister sur l'inscription de ces processus dans l'espace et le temps.
Cette manifestation scientifique s'inscrit dans la continuité des recherches menées préalablement par l'équipe PLH-CRATA, respectivement sur « la pauvreté en Grèce ancienne » (Scripta Antiqua, Ausonius éd., 2014), et « Maigreur et minceur dans les sociétés anciennes. Grèce, Orient, Rome » (Scripta Antiqua, Ausonius éd. à paraître) ; elle a pour objectif d'explorer « la fabrique des marges » dans les sociétés anciennes, dans une volonté de dépasser l'histoire des élites, thème dominant de l'historiographie des trente dernières années.

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Cadmo. Revista de História Antiga – Journal For Ancient History

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Cadmo. Revista de História Antiga – Journal For Ancient History

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Date limite : December 31, 2018

 

Cadmo – Journal for Ancient History publishes original and peer-reviewed studies and findings, as well as relevant “state of the art” review essays, on Ancient History and the study of Ancient cultures. It aims to promote debate and discussion on a wide variety of subjects and welcomes contributions related to the Ancient Near-Eastern World (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, Syro-Palestine area and Anatolia) and to the Classical World (Greece, Rome and the Ancient Mediterranean, including Late Antiquity). Studies on the reception of Antiquity and its cultural productions, historiography of the Ancient World, as well as submissions focusing on other Ancient societies (such as the Indian, Asian or Mesoamerican cultures) are also accepted. This journal does not consider the concept of Antiquity to be a notion restricted to western civilisation and its heritage, but an essential historiographic construct for our understanding of Global History. Reviews of recently published on the aforementioned subjects are also published​.

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