The Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology (CAHA) and the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies (CBOMGS) at the University of Birmingham are delighted to announce their spring research seminar series.
The series includes seminars co-hosted with the Centre for the Birmingham Research Institute for History and Cultures (BRIHC) and the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages (CESMA).
Each seminar has an individual registration link. Please register with the email address that you intend to log in on the day of the seminar.
2 February. 16-17:30
- Pramit Chadhuri (Texas Austin) and Joseph Dexter (Harvard): Computational differentiation of genre and speaker styles in Latin literature
9 February, 16-17:30
16 February, 16-17:30
- Roundtable discussion: Classics and ‘the Other’
Speakers: Samuel Agbamu (Royal Holloway London), Susan Deacy (Roehampton), Deborah Kamen (University of Washington), Nandini Pandey (Johns Hopkins)
23 February, 16-17:30 (CAHA/CBOMGS/BRIHC seminar)
9 March, 16-17.30
- Ingela Nilsson (Uppsala/Istanbul): Historiography as worldmaking: a new approach to historical writing in Byzantium
16 March, 16-17:30
23 March, 16-17.30
- Dan Reynolds (Birmingham): Making Deserts Bloom: Byzantium and the British Empire in Mandate Palestine, c.1922-c.1948
30 March, 16-17:30 (CAHA/CBOMGS/CESMA)