Recent and forthcoming publications 2020 (October)


 17 Oct 2020 : 08:18
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Just published:

Gerard Rouwhorst, "A Paradigm Shift in the Study of Early Christian Rituals: Methodological Perspectives,", in: Nienke Vos and Albert C. Geljon, Rituals in Early Christitanity. New Perspectives on Tradition and Transformation, Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae 164, Leiden-Boston: Brill 2020, pp.12-26.
Gerard Rouwhorst, "The Origins and Transformations of Early Christian Feasts", ibidem, pp. 27-51.

The Damascus Psalm Fragment. Middle Arabic and the Legacy of Old Ḥigāzī by Ahmad Al-Jallad with a contribution by Ronny Vollandt. Chicago 2020 (The University of Chicago. Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East 2).

Christian Brockmann, Dieter Harlfinger , Stefano Valente (Hrsg.), Griechisch-byzantinische Handschriftenforschung. Traditionen, Entwicklungen, neue Wege. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter 2020.

Harald Buchinger, Die Feier der Beschneidung des Herrn am Oktavtag von Weihnachten: Liturgische Entwicklung und Entfaltung im ersten Jahrtausend, in: Die Beschneidung Jesu: Was sie Juden und Christen heute bedeutet (Hg. J.-H. Tück), Freiburg: Herder 2020, 147-185.

Nathan P. Chase, Rethinking Anaphoral Development in Light of the Barcelona Papyrus. University of Notre Dame, 2020 (Doctoral dissertation). Abstracts

Boris Danilenko, Die kirchenslawische Übersetzung der Jakobus-Liturgie von Ivan Gardner: Textologie und Kulturgeschichte. Berlin e.a. 2020 (Philologica Slavica Vindobonensia 6).

Ἐκτενεῖς τῶν ἑορτῶν. Ιερά Μεγίστη Μονή Βατοπεδίου 2020.

Daniel Galadza, Alex C. J. Neroth van Vogelpoel, Multilingualism in the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom Among the Melkites, in: ARAM 31. 2019, 35-50.

Sebastià Janeras I Vilaro, «Nota sobre l’anamnesi de l’"Anàfora de Barcelona" (P. Monts. Roca inv. 128-178)», in: Miscellània litúrgica catalana 2019, 17-24 (for download see the pdf)

Nicolae Preda, The so-called Prayers of the Kathismata. Breef Historical-Liturgical Presentation, in: Icoana Creintei 6 (11). 2020, 17-36.

Georgios Thanasos, Η Ακολουθία των Εγκαινίων. Ιστορικολει-τουργική Θεώρηση και έντυπες εκδόσεις. Thessaloniki: Ἐκδόσεις Κυριακίδη 2020.

 

Forthcoming:

Heinzgerd Brakmann, Tinatin Chronz, Claudia Sode (Hrsg.), »Neugeboren aus Wasser und Heiligem Geist«. Kölner Kolloquium zur Initiatio Christiana 2016. Münster: Aschendorff 2020 (Jerusalemer Theologisches Forum 37).

Harald Buchinger, Liturgy and Topography in Late Antique Jerusalem, in: Jerusalem II. Jerusalem in Roman-Byzantine Times (Hg. K. Heyden / M. Lissek; Civitatum Orbis Mediterranei Studia), Tübingen: Mohr.

Damaskinos of Xenophontos, The Theotokos in the Holy of Holies. Going beyond Senses, in: A. Jugănaru, M. Vuković, (eds.), Taste and See that the Lord is Good. Senses and Sense Perception in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Budapest 2021.

H.-J. Feulner (Hrsg.), “Ex oriente lux?” Östliche Liturgien und westliche Kultur. Berlin, Wien: Lit Verlag 2020 (Österreichische Studien zur Liturgiewissenschaft und Sakramententheologie 13).

Daniel Galadza, Prayers Before Prayerbooks. The Patristic Background of Holy Week Prayers in the Euchologion, in: XVIII. International Conference on Patristic Studies Oxford (StPa). Oxford

Stefano Parenti, L’anafora di Crisostomo. Testo e contesti. Münster: Achendorff 2020 (Jerusalemer Theologisches Forum 36).

Alexander Treiger, The Beginnings of the Graeco-Syro-Arabic Melkite Translation Movement in Antioch, in: Scrinium 16 (2020), 1–27.

J. Verheyden, D. Galadza (eds.), The Lavra of St. Sabas. Liturgy and Literature in Communities and Contexts. Leuven 2021.

Ugo Zanetti, La liturgie de S. Marc dans le Sinai arabe 237. Édition et traduction annotée. Münster: Achendorff (JThF).





Vacant Position for a Special Scientist at the University of Cyprus


 17 Oct 2020 : 07:50
 None    Opportunities

The deadline is 30 October 2020.

Twinning Project "Network for Medieval Arts and Rituals" (NetMAR), funded by the European Commission (Research Executive Agency) at the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, University of Cyprus.

Applicants with an MA in Byzantine Studies, Medieval Studies or Classics are encouraged to apply. The selected candidate will also enroll in the Graduate School of the University of Cyprus, and while acting as the NetMAR project manager s/he will work towards her/his Ph.D. in Byzantine Studies and the Latin East.

For more information see: University of Cyprus





FRANCE


 16 Oct 2020 : 14:00
 None    Events

67e SEMAINE D’ÉTUDES LITURGIQUES,

Paris, Institut de théologie orthodoxe Saint-Serge, 30 juin – 3 juillet 2020

La 67e Semaine liturgique Saint-Serge, initialement prévue du 30 juin au 3 juillet 2020, est reportée en juillet 2021

Compte tenu de la situation sanitaire qui s'impose actuellement, la 67e Semaine liturgique est REPORTÉE d’un an, et fixée désormais aux 6-9 juillet 2021.
Cependant, pour ne pas produire une impression d’absence de communication entre liturgistes dans cet intervalle, ni laisser vacant le créneau du 30 juin, un projet de rencontre virtuelle est à l’étude, prévoyant des échanges sur les questions théologiques, liturgiques et pastorales liées aux conditions de confinement.

Diverses raisons ont amené les organisateurs à éviter tout risque de rassemblement à un moment prématuré. Le programme déjà mis au point reste inchangé et nous espérons vivement pouvoir compter sur les mêmes intervenants et collaborateurs (visite, présidence, traducteurs). Mais pour ne pas produire une impression d’absence de communication entre liturgistes dans cet intervalle, ni laisser vacant le créneau du 30 juin, un projet de rencontre virtuelle est à l’étude, prévoyant des échanges sur les questions théologiques, liturgiques et pastorales liées aux conditions de confinement. 

Il reste à déterminer ce qui est techniquement réalisable et vous serez informés des modalités plus précises de cette rencontre : thèmes possibles, accès et mode de participation.

INFO: http://www.saint-serge.net/evenements/avenir.html





Germania


 16 Oct 2020 : 13:32
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INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE "SACRED ARCHITECTURE, RITE AND MUSIC BETWEEN BYZANTIUM AND THE WEST (SIXTH TO FIFTEENTH CENTURY)"

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz / Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG), 21-23 January 2021

The decidedly interdisciplinary conference is aimed at scholars of Byzantine studies, Christian archaeology and musicology, history of art and architecture, as well as liturgy and church history. The conference is organised by the research project "CANTORIA - Music and Sacred Architecture" in cooperation with the Leibniz ScienceCampus "Byzantium between Orient and Occident" (Mainz/Frankfurt) and the Leibniz Institute of European History.

Papers of 30 minutes will be accepted in German and English. Interested speakers are invited to submit an abstract of their proposed paper (max. 500 words) and a short CV (max. 300 words) by 15 May 2020 to:

klaus.pietschmann@uni-mainz.de

tobias.weissmann@uni-mainz.de





Georgia


 16 Oct 2020 : 13:26
 None    Events

The Institute of Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies is pleased to announce the international conference “THE ANCIENT AND BYZANTINE WORLD IN THE LIGHT OF INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH”

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia, 22-24 September 2021

The conference is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Grigol Tsereteli, the renowned Georgian Classical Philologist, Byzantinist and Papyrologist as well as to 100th anniversary of the Department of Classical Philology founded by Grigol Tsereteli at the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State Universtity (The Conference has been postponed due to Covid 19 Pandemic).

Deadline for the abstracts: 30 December 2020

For more information click this link
or contact g.tsereteli150@gmail.com





GERMANY


 16 Oct 2020 : 12:00
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "THE LITURGY OF SAINT JAMES",

Regensburg University, postponed to 24–28 May 2021

INFO: harald.buchinger@ur.de





19 October 2020


 16 Oct 2020 : 10:19
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VIRTUAL LECTURE AND DISCUSSION: “DIVINE CRAFTSMANSHIP: THE MANDYLION LEGEND AS AN ALLEGORY OF THE NATURE OF CHRIST”

19 October 2020, 13:00-14:30.

INFO: Invitation-Poster





22 October 2020, 7:30pm - 9:00pm


 16 Oct 2020 : 10:16
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ONLINE LECTURE BY DAVID ZAKARIAN: “LIFE IN MEDIEVAL ARMENIA THROUGH THE COLOPHONS OF ARMENIAN MANUSCRIPTS”

THURSDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2020, 7:30 PM 9:00 PM.

INFO: Armenian Institute





19–21 November 2020


 16 Oct 2020 : 10:14
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4th ANNUAL EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE LATE ANTIQUE, ISLAMIC AND BYZANTINE CONFERENCE: “CATASTROPHES AND MEMORY”

19–21 November 2020.

INFO: Programme





27–29 May 2021


 16 Oct 2020 : 10:08
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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: “BRIDGING THE GAP: THE PROSOPOGRAPHY OF A FRAGMENTED WORLD (13TH CENT. CE)”

27–29 May 2021 (Originally Planned 19-21 March 2020).

INFO: Programme