Session1113
TitleByzantine Borders, II: The Problem with Borders
Date/TimeWednesday 6 July 2022: 11.15-12.45
 
SponsorCentre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
 
OrganiserLeslie Brubaker, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
 
Moderator/ChairLuca Zavagno, Department of History, Bilkent University, Turkey
 
Paper 1113-a The Problem with Borders
(Language: English)
Chris Wickham, Faculty of History, University of Oxford / Department of History, University of Birmingham
Index Terms: Byzantine Studies; Economics - Trade; Social History
Paper 1113-b Ecclesiastical Buildings of Naples under Byzantine Rule, c. 660-1000
(Language: English)
Nila Namsechi, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Index Terms: Architecture - Religious; Byzantine Studies; Monasticism
Paper 1113-c Bodies of Evidence: Byzantinists and the Use of Human Remains
(Language: English)
Laura M. Clark, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham
Index Terms: Archaeology - General; Byzantine Studies
 
AbstractIn the second of four sessions on Byzantine borders, speakers address the methodological and theoretical problem of borders in the pre-modern world, then turn to the specific case of (what is now) Italy under Byzantine rule, with particular attention the ideological baggage that the label 'Italo-Byzantine' assumes.