Welcome back to another year at the Workshop on Late Antiquity and Byzantium! We are pleased to announce our schedule for Autumn Quarter 2016—please be sure to mark your calendars!
Rome and Its Visitors in the Early Middle Ages:
the Intinerarium Einsidlense Reconsidered
Prof. Michael Allen (University of Chicago, Classics)
The Reception of the Mandylion at Constantinople
Zach Ralston, MA Student (University of Chicago, Divinity)
Phantoms of Literacy: Communication through Letters and
Charters in the Early Middle Ages (6-8th centuries)
Prof. Julian Führer (Historisches Seminar der Universität Zürich)
N.B.: This meeting will be co-sponsored with
the Medieval Studies workshop; location TBD.
Thief, Donor, Potentate, and Mourner: The Story of the Shrine
Anita Jambrek, Ph. D. Student (University of Chicago, Divinity)
A Medieval Copper Plaque from Egypt (Louvre inv. AD 00372):
Composite Amulet or Pattern-Book for Making Individual Body-Amulets?
Prof. Chris Faraone (University of Chicago, Classics)
All meetings, unless otherwise noted, will be held on Tuesday afternoons at 4:30 pm in the Cochrane-Woods Art Center, room 156. Refreshments, as always, will follow. Stay tuned for more information both here and on our mailing list; in the meantime, please direct any questions, accessibility requests, or other inquiries to Felix Szabo (email@example.com).
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!