Transfiguration & Dormition: Working Papers on the August Mēnaion & Related Traditions in the Christian East
21st–22nd November 2022 • Universität Regensburg
The workshop aims to familiarise scholars currently working in diverse institutional contexts not only with the state of the question as published but also with the precise contours of ongoing projects and as yet unpublished research.
Those wishing to participate in person should register by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5pm (CET) on Friday, 11th November.
Online participation is not possible.
INFO: Workshop program
Lehrstuhl für Kirchengeschichte 1, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München : "Evangelium und Liturgie in der byzantinischen Kirche: Das liturgische Kirchenjahr in griechischen Tetraevangelien (9.–15. Jahrhundert)", promoted by the Fritz Thyssen Stiftung (2020–2022)
It now provides source texts and French translations from 456 of the 625 printed volumes. Some notable additions are Origen’s Contra Celsum, the Rule of St Benedict, and William of St-Thierry’s Mirror of Faith.
The database has as its focus the making of Biblical manuscripts: their “architecture”, their Sitz im Lebenand their development over time. Hence, it contains metadata, such as information on textual features, dating, scribes, owners, locations etc., but no digital images of manuscripts or full text transcriptions; rather it links to the best available resources.
The Index of Armenian Manuscripts lists Armenian manuscripts digitized and available in full access in digital libraries. It compiles the main metadata available in the catalogs (dimensions, support, title, number of pages, copy date) and offers direct access to the document. Most of the manuscripts are available via IIIF, and are therefore viewable with the Mirador viewer.
24th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF BYZANTINE STUDIES
DER 34. DEUTSCHE ORIENTALISTENTAG, FREIE UNIVERSITÄT BERLIN
6th INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOP OF THE MOUNT ATHOS CENTRE, THESSALONIKI, GREECE
May 11-13, 2023
The Mary Jaharis Center invites papers for its sponsored session "Audience and Action in Byzantine Ceremonies"
The session is organized by Nick Churik & Erik Ellis. Abstracts are due September 15: https://maryjahariscenter.org/sponsored-sessions/58th-icms
June 12-15, 2023
The focus of the conference is on liturgy, materiality, and economics. For more information on the theme, see the conference website: https://ism.yale.edu/event/ism-liturgy-conference-2023-earth-heaven-liturgy-materiality-economics
Invited are proposals for papers on any topic related to this theme. Strong preference will be given to proposals whose authors commit to present in-person, which should be communicated in the abstract.
Please submit a proposed title, abstract (150–200 words), and CV at ismconferences.submittable.com by October 15, 2022. Please select the proposal submission for the ISM Liturgy Conference 2023. You will have to open a free account with Submittable to complete your submission.