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Lectures (Danuta Shanzer)

1. Oxford University, Later Roman Seminar, 8 November 1979: “The Date of Martianus Capella”

2. Oxford University, Postgraduate Medieval History Seminar, 5 March 1980: “Alain of Lille and Martianus Capella: Planets and Rivers”

3. American Philological Association, New Orleans, 28 December 1980: “Dating Martianus Capella’s De Nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii”

4. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Dept. of Classics, 30 December 1980: “Numenius, Favonius Eulogius, and Martianus Capella”

5. University of California, Berkeley, Dept. of Classics, 13 January 1981: “A Late 5th Century Musical Grove”

6. Oxford University, Later Roman Seminar, 4 March 1981: “Latin Literature under the Vandals” 

7. University of Manchester, Dept. of Latin, 30 April 1981: “An Image of Fortune: Martianus’s Planetary Rivers and their Sources”

8. American Philological Association, San Francisco, 28 December, 1981 “Me quoque excellentior: Boethius, De Consolatione Philosophiae 4.6.38”

9. American Philological Association, Philadelphia, 28 December 1982, “How upright was Boethius? Ennodius, Boethius, and the Date and Interpretation of Maximianus’s Elegia 3” 

10. Stanford University, Dept. of Classics, April 1983 “The Death of Boethius and the Consolation of Philosophy”

11. 9th International Conference on Patristic Studies in Oxford, 9 September 1983, “The Death of Boethius and the Consolation of Philosophy”

12. American Philological Association, Cincinnati, 30 December 1983: “Saturn and the Ouroboros”

13. University of London, Warburg Institute, 24 May 1985 “Boethius and the Contemporary Philosophical Context”

14. UC Berkeley Extension, “Romans and Barbarians: Exchanges Along a Cultural Frontier A.D. 300-1000,” 15-16 November 1986: “Rancid Butter and Six Foot Patrons.”

15. American Philological Association, San Antonio, 29 December 1986, “The Anonymous Carmen Contra Paganos and the Date and Identity of the Centonist Proba.”

16. 10th International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford, 25 August 1987: “The Date of Prudentius’s Contra Symmachum Libri.”

17. Harvard University, Classics Graduate Student Colloquium, 1 December 1987: “Spes, Victoria, and the Date of Prudentius’s Pyschomachia.”

18. Brown University, Dept. of Classics, 7 December 1987: “Spes, Victoria, and the Date of Prudentius’s Pyschomachia.”

19. American Philological Association, New York, 29 December, 1987: “Spes, Victoria, and the Date of Prudentius’s Pyschomachi.”

20. University of California, Medieval Studies Program, November 1988, “Alain of Lille and Dante.”

21. Cornell University, Dept. of Classics, 3 November 1988: “Grammar, Apostasy, and Sodomy.”

22. American Philological Association, Baltimore, 8 January, 1989: “Alain de Lille, His Contemporary Bugbears, and Dante’s ‘Priscian Sodomita.”

23. Harvard University, Medieval Studies Committee, 13 February 1989: “Grammar Apostasy, and Sodomy: Alan of Lille, His Contemporary Bugbears, and Dante’s ‘Priscian Sodomita.’”

24. Brown University, Dept. of Classics, 24 October 1991: “Paired Women, Allegorical Choices, and Literary Unity in Augustine’s Confessions.”

25. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Dept. of Classics, 16 January 1992: “Paired Women, Allegorical Choices, and Literary Unity in Augustine’s Confessions.”

26. 27th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 8 May 1992, Hiberno-Latin Texts and Studies: “New Sources of Patrick’s Confessio?” 

27. Harvard University, Dept. of Classics, 16 November 1992: “Iuvenes vestri Visiones Videbunt: the Literary Sources of St. Patrick’s Confessi.”

28. Cornell University, Medieval Studies Program, Proseminar, 17 March 1993 “The Stemmatics of Citation.”

29. Universität Konstanz, July 1993, “Iuvenes vestri Visiones Videbunt: Die literarischen Quellen der Confessio des heiligen Patricius.”

30. Obscenity: Social Control and Artistic Creation in the Middle Ages, Harvard University, May 13-15, 1995: “Culpast thalamos nominare pudico: Obscenity in the Later Roman Empire?” 

31. 12th International Conference on Patristic Studies in Oxford, August 1995: “Pears before Swine: Augustine, Confessions 2.4.9.”

32. 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 10 May 1996: Societas Pro Vivario: “Cassiodorus and the Burgundians.”

33. Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, The Ohio State University, 13 October 1996: “Dating the Baptism of Clovis: the Bishops, the Ogres and the Pygmies.”

34. Université d’Ottawa, Dept. of Classics, 4 April 1997: “History, Philology, and the Date of the Baptism of Clovis.”

35. 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 10 May 1997: Hiberno-Latin Texts and Studies Session, “Hisperic Faminations.”

36. Subvented discussant for the plenary session of the European Science Foundation’s invitational private conference on The Transformation of the Roman World: Isernia, Monte Cassino, and San Vincenzo al Volturno, 28 June-3 July 1997.

37. 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo: Société pour l’antiquité tardive 8 May 1998: “Bishops, Letters, Fast, Food, and Feast in Late Roman Gaul.”

38. Israeli Classical Association, Tel Aviv, 27 May 1998: “Latin Literature, Christianity, and the Obscene in the Later Roman West.”

39. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, Wed. 15 July 1998, “Humour in Early Medieval Europe.”

40. 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo 8 May 1999: Platinum Latin III: “Philology in Orientius’s Hell.”

41. 13th International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford, 20 August 1999: “Avulsa a latere meo: Augustine, Confessions 6.15.25.”

42. Early Medieval Europe Research Group, The University of Edinburgh & The Open University, 15 November 1999: “Bishops, Letters, Fast, Food, and Feast in Later Roman Gaul.”

43. Denys Hay Seminar, School of History, The University of Edinburgh, 16 November 1999, “Obscenity in the Later Latin West.”

44. Cambridge University Medieval Research Group, 22 November 1999: “Laughter and Humour in the Early Medieval West.”

45. Cambridge University Medieval History Research Group, 25 November 1999: “Augustine’s Separation from his Concubine.”

46. The University of London, Institute for Historical Research, 1 December 1999: “Bishops, Letters, Fast, Food, and Feast in Later Roman Gaul.”

47. The University of Nottingham, Dept. of History, Research Seminar, 4 December 1999: “Avitus of Vienne: the Literary Context.” Respondent: Robert Markus.

48. 35th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2000, Platinum Latin II: “History, Romance, Love and Sex in Gregory of Tours.”

49. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 12 July 2000: Early Medieval Latin Session, “Writing and Talking to Barbarian Kings.”

50. Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA, 21 September 2000, “Martyrdom in the Early Church.”

51. Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA, 22 September 2000: “St. Augustine’s Confession.”

52. Byzantine Studies Conference, Harvard University, 28 October 2000: “The Burgundians and Byzantium.”

53. Augustine and the Disciplines, Invitational Conference at Villanova University, 10 November, 2000: “Augustine’s Disciplines: Silent diutius musae Varronis?”

54. Travel, Communication, and Geography in Late Antiquity, The Fourth Biennial Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity Conference, San Francisco State University, 8 March 2001: “Revisiting Rutilius Namatianus’ De Reditu Suo.”

55. 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2001, Hiberno- Latin Texts and Manuscripts: “The <Irish> Aethicus Ister reexamined.”

56. 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 8 May 2001: Plenary Lecture, “Reading the Heroes and Saints of Early Medieval Latin Literature.”

57. Medieval Obscenities, The Centre for Medieval Studies, the University of York, 26 June 2001 “Obscenity in the Later Roman West.”

58. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 9 July 2001, “Literature and the Literary in Gregory of Tours Hagiography.”

59. Dept. of Classics, University of Illinois and Champaign-Urbana, 6 Sept. 2001 “Did the Early Middle Ages Lose Antiquity’s Sense of Humour?”

60. Dept. of Classics, University of Illinois and Champaign-Urbana, 7 Sept. 2001 “ The Early Medieval Judicial Ordeal by Fire: A View from the Classical World.”

61. Antioch at 70, An Excavation and Its Impact, The Baltimore Museum, 12-13 October, 2001, “Pagans and Christians at Antioch: Five Saints and a City.”

62. 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 8 May 2002 The Society for Late Antiquity: Ecclesiastical Policy: “Chastity, Affinity, and Inheritance: Did the Late Antique ‘Church’ Really Have an ‘Agenda’?”

63. The J.R. O’Donnell Memorial Lecture: The Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, Sept. 27th 2002: “So Many Saints—So Little Time:” The Libri Miraculorum of Gregory of Tours.”

64. The British Academy: Aspects of the Language of Latin Prose, Oxford 3-5 April, 2003: “Gregory of Tours and Poetry: Prose into Verse and vice versa Verse into Prose.”

65. 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2003: Platinum Latin IV: Bede: Latinist and Grammarian I: “Bede’s Historiography.”

66. 14th International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford, 18-23 August 2003: “Gregory of Tours’ Theology?”

67. The Burgundians in the series “Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology,” sponsored by The Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Social Stress in San Marino. 12-16 September 2003: “Kinship and Marriage among the Burgundians.”

68. Vagantes, Cornell University March 12, 2004: Keynote Lecture: “Idolothyta, Demons, Oaths, and Consequences in Late Antiquity.”

69. Late Antiquity in Illinois, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 27 March 2004: “A Bad King’s Worse Verse.”

70. Dept. of the Classics, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 30 April 2004: Inaugural Lecture: “The Food of Idols in Late Antiquity.”

71. 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2004: Early Medieval Europe III: “Saint Eligius Contra paganos.”

72. Vom Nutzen des Edierens, Tagung anläßlich des 150-jährigen Bestehens des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Wien, 3-5 June 2004: “Editions and Editing in the Classroom: A report from the Mines in America.”

73. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July 2004: Was the end of the Roman empire a clash of cultures? (panel organized by Guy Halsall): “Chilperic’s Hymn to Saint Medardus.”

74. Class of 1902 Lecture, Bryn Mawr College, 1 October 2004: “Sacrifice, Truth, and Consequences in Late Antiquity.”

75. New Directions: The Early Middle Ages Today, Harvard University, 30 October 2004: Invited Commentator on three papers (Dutton, Martinez-Pizarro, and Ziolkowski) and discussion-leader.

76. Paradise: the Lexicon of Felicity in the Pre-modern Eastern Mediterranean, The Department of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, The University of Illinois at Chicago, 6 November, 2004: “Paradise: Yearning and Cogitation—The Later Roman West.”

77. Dept. of Classics, Indiana University, Bloomington, 3 December 2004: “Persecution, Confession, and Ordeal.”

78. The Medieval Institute, Notre Dame University, 24 February 2005: “The Fortuna of Idolothyta.”

79. The Loew Lecture, The Medieval Institute, The University of Western Michigan, 7 April 2005: “Food for the Gods in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages.”

80. 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2005: Early Medieval Europe II: Desiderius of Cahors in Illinois: “Desiderius of Cahors: Part 1.”

81. Social Aspects of Hell: A Cross-Cultural Approach at the Dept. of History, Archaeology, and Social Anthropology, the University of Thessaly, Volos, 24-26 June, 2005: “Avarice, the Church, and Hell in Late Antiquity”

82. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July 11th, 2004: “Latin Writers on Youth and Age, II” “Infantumque animae in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages.” 

83. The Medieval Studies Program, Eastern Illinois University, 25 October 2005: “Sainted Women of Dark Ages and Misbehaving Mérovingiennes: Grappling with Gender in the Early Middle Ages”

84. Department of Classics, the University of Illinois at Chicago, 1 November 2005 “The Passio Perpetuae.”

85. “Over One Hundred Years of Classics at the University of Illinois,” The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 9 November 2005: “A Library to Live In.”

86. “Late Antiquity in Illinois,” The University of Illinois, 18 March 2006, “Ordeal by Oath on the Relics of the Saints,”

87. 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2006: Early Medieval Europe I: “Ordeal by Oath: An Augustinian Case Study.”

88. Trinity College, Dublin, Department of Classics, 3 May 2006: “Fire, Bread and Cheese, and the Relics of the Saints in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages.”

89. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 10 July 2006, “Some Treatments of Scandal in Latin Epistolography.”

90. Jerome of Stridon. Religion, Culture, Society and Literature in Late Antiquity, Cardiff University, 13-16 July 2006: “Varia Exegetica: Jerome, Tobit, Alms, and the Vita Aeterna” 

91. Fifth International Congress for Medieval Latin Studies, Toronto, 1-6 August 2006: Plenary Speaker (5 August): “Bible, Exegesis, Literature, and Society.”

92. The Gospel of Judas: an International Conference organized by the Department of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, UIC, 10 November, 2006: Panel Discussant and Commentator

93. Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity VII, The University of Colorado at Boulder, 22-25 March 2007: “Haec quibus uteris verba: The Bible and Boethius’ Christianity”

94. A Symposium on the 1500th Anniversary of the Battle of Vouillé, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 21 April 2006: “Ripples around Vouillé”

95. 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2007, Early Medieval Europe I: Vouillé la Bataille: 507-2007 “Vouillé 507: Diplomatic (Re-) Considerations and Fortuna.”

96. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 9 July 2007, Panel: “Platinum in Unexpected Places” “Vigilance, Serendipity, and Aurum in stercore”

97. The Uses of Hell, An International Conference Sponsored by the Department of Religion at University of Bergen, Bergen, 3-6 August, 2007, “Hell and the Unborn”

98. “Lateinische Poesie der Spätantike” A conference sponsored by the Lehrstuhl für lateinische Philologie of the Universität Basel: 12 October 2007, “Poetry and Exegesis”

99. “Late Antiquity in Illinois III:” 15 March 2008: Unde idola? Venerator and Venator iniquus in Claudius Marius Victorius, Alethia 3.166-209”

100. “From Magnificat to Magnificence: The Aesthetics of Grandeur—Art, Sculpture, Literature, and Music” The Program for Medieval Studies: April 7-9, 2008, “‘Incessu humilem, successu excelsam:’ Augustine, Sermo Humilis, and Scriptural ὕψος”

101. 43rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2008: “Scripture and Rhapsody in Augustine: Practicing What One Preaches”

102. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 10 July 2008, Panel: “Judaism in Christianity: Shifting Perspectives:” “Who was Augustine’s Publicola?”

103. The Medieval Studies Program, The University of Minnesota, 10 February 2009: “Twenty (some) Questions for Augustine of Hippo from a Curious Correspondent”

104. The Medieval Studies Program, The University of Minnesota, 11 February 2009: “Reading Merovingian Episcopal Abuse: Frodebert and Importunus, 664/66 CE”

105. The Warburg Institute, London: The Cosmography of Paradise: The Other World from Ancient Mesopotamia to Early Modern Europe on 4-6 March 2009: “Food and the Senses in Paradise.”

106. Kirchenväterkommission der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenchaften, in Kooperation mit dem Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und Neulatein der Universität Wien und der Arbeitsgruppe Christliche Archäologie des Instituts für Kulturgeschichte der Antike der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften: International Conference on Text und Bild: “Argumenta leti and ludibria mortis: Ekphrasis, Art, Attributes, Identity, and Hagiography in Late Antique Poetry.”

107. The University of Illinois at Chicago, Classics Department: 13 April 2009: “From Text to Author: A Curious Correspondent of St. Augustine's”

108. 44th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 8 May 2009. Early Medieval Europe I: “Historical Problems in the Correspondence of Frodebert and Importunus”

109. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 14 July, 2009, “Martians Landing Under Our Radar?: Contextualizing Martianus Capella’s Deviancy or Heresy: “Martianus and Christianity Reconsidered”

110. Institut für Klassische Philologie, Mittel- und Neulatein der Universität Wien, 17 October 2009: “Discretio mater virtutum exemplis exemplificata”

111. “Fables and People: A Conference in Honor of John Vaio.” Department of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, The University of Illinois, Chicago, 7 November 2009: “Quick Brown Fox and Lazy Dog”

112. The University of Illinois, Chicago, 4 March 2010: “Sex, Lies, Relics, and Truth: a Case Study from the Early 5th C. West

113. The Medieval Academy of America: Annual Meeting, Yale, New Haven 18-20 March 2010: Panel “The Place of Late Antiquity in Classical Antiquity and the Middle Ages”: “Practice, Ritual, Authority, Law: Continuity and Change in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages”

114. Late Antiquity in Illinois IV: 27 March 2010: “Manum in flammam mitto”

115. 45th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2010, “Discerning the Divine:” “Discerning the Divine: the Role of the Senses.”

116. “Regionalism and the Integration of the Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity" Heidelberg / Frankfurt, June 3-6, 2010: “Localizing the Universal-Universalizing the Local: The Problem of the Ordeal.”

117. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July, 2010: “Decadence: A Round  Table”

118. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July, 2010: “The Perils of Translation: Bass Ackwards between Scylla and Charybdis?”

119. Auctor et auctoritas in Latinis Medii Aevi litteris, Napoli-Benevento: 10-14 novembre 2010: “Auctor, Auctoritas, and the Witness to Other Worlds.”

120. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July, 2011: 11 July 2011 Gift-Giving, I: Gift-Giving and the Early Middle Ages, “Gift Revenge, Legacies, and Hand-Me-Downs.”

121. Freie Universität Berlin, “Décadence „Decline and Fall” or „Other Antiquity”? Internationale Tagung, Freie Universität Berlin 7./8. October 2011: “Incest and Late Antiquity: Décadence?”

122. Colloquio Villa Vigoni-Villa Vigoni Gespräch: 10-12 November, 2011: Europäische Identitäten der Spätantike und des frühen Mittelalters und die Kirchen der Arianer (ca. 300–700)

124. Universität Wien. 25 May 2012: Arbeitskreis zum christlichen Diskurs der Spätantike und des frühen Mittelalters: “Taking Augustine’s Epp. 77-78 (a scandal in Hippo) on the Road.”

124. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July, 2012: Reading Jerome: Theological Polemic, Literary Reception, and Legal History: “Contextualizing Jerome, Ep. 1 and the Problem of Ordeal-by-Execution.”

125. Wien 9 November 2012, Heronymus als Exeget und Theologe: Fachtagung des FWF-Projekts„Der Koheletkommentar des Hieronymus: “A Dead Girl, Two Living Ladies, Quohelet, and the Fate of Man: Eschatological Problems in Jerome’s Commentary on Ecclesiastes”

126. Intertextuality and the Text of the Bible: The Methodology of the Textual Criticism of Ancient Quotations and Allusions. An International Symposium at the Institute for Jewish Studies, University of Vienna: 20 January 2013: “Citation and Textual Criticism: Problems in Vergil.”

127. Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity X, Ottawa 2013, 21-24 March: “Jerome and the Particular Judgment of Souls in the Afterlife.”

128. Katholische Universität Eichstätt: lateinische Epistolographie der Spätantike: 6/8 Juni 2013: ““What exactly is Jerome, Ep. 1, and why does it matter?”

129. International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July, 2013: 'To be the neighbour of St Maurice” 1: “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Agaune.”

130. „Images of the One God. The Rhetoric of the Image in Late Antique Roman Representations of a Monotheistic God” (Berlin, 26-28 September 2013): “Monotheists' Predication and Polemic: Challenges and Strategies in Late Antique (primarily Christian) Poetry”

131. Centro Internazionale di Studi sulla Poesia greca e latina in età tardoantica e medievale, VI Convegno su Poesia tardoantica e medievale Università di Macerata, Macerata 3-5 December 2013: "Topographical, Literary, and Historical Problems in Rutilius Namatianus, De Reditu suo 2"  

132. American Philological Association, Chicago: 5 January 2014 Session 66: The Role of  “Performance” in Late Antiquity  (organized by the Society for Late Antiquity): “All the world’s a stage.” Respondent to five papers.  

133. KPH Wien/Krems 10 März 2014 : “Hagiographische Kuriositäten: Wie wird man ein Heiliger/eine Heilige? Wie man Heilige konstruiert und dekonstruiert.”    

134. LXII Settimana di Studio, “ CISAM, Spoleto, Le corti nell’alto medioevo:”  (Spoleto 24-30 April, 2014) “Capturing Merovingian Courts: a Literary Perspective”  

135. Wien, Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Workshop May 23 2014 Invitation to a Beheading: Re-reading Jerome, Ep. 1”  

136. Society for Biblical Literature: Wien, 9 July 2014: The Reception of the Bible in Greco-Roman Tradition, Midrash, Halakhah and Reception: “The Wayward Wife (Numbers 5.11-31) in Latin Late Antiquity”  

137. Invited Plenary on “Ecdotika” Fédération Internationale des Études Classiques, Bordeaux: August 2014: "Some Reflections on Textual Criticism: Gaps, Indirect Traditions, Schools, Psychology, and Consequences."  

138. Medialatinitas 2014 – VIIe Congrès international de latin médiéval, Lyon, 10-13 September 2014: Sleep of the Soul and Time Perceived by the Dead.”  

139 AG-Tagung AHS Latein und Griechisch, Stockerau 13 November 2014   “Aspekte der Macht (Spätantike und frühes Mittelalter”)  

140. Transformation: A Conceptual Tool in the Humanities“ Universität Köln: „Transformationen des Wissens“: 21 November 2014: “Tanta iam stulticia oppressit miserum mundum:” Belief, Superstition, Credulity, and Rationalism in Agobard of Lyon.”    

141. Scrinium Augustini – International Symposium and Workshop on Augustine’s Letters, Torun 25-26.06. 2015 (Nicolaus Copernicus University) Augustine’s Letters. “Evodius’ Ghosts: Ruminations on Augustine, Ep. 158.”

142. Limes Luminosus, Budapest: two lectures for the Summer School

143.  IMC Leeds 2015: 8 July:  The Merovingian Kingdoms: Sessions in Honour of Ian N. Wood, I "Avitus of Vienne: Onwards and Upwards"

144. “Der Wandel des Euripidesbild von der Antike bis Heute” (Institut für Klassische Philologie, Wien) 16 October 2015: “Euripides in Late Antiquity: (Primarily) the Latin West”

145. Mittellatein in Erlangen: 9 December 2015 "Some Strange Encounters with the Dead in Late Antiquity.”

146. Medieval Academy of America, Annual Meeting, 27 February 2016: Laudationes for the Induction of New Fellows and Corresponding Fellows of the Medieval Academy of America (2016): Lisa Bitel, Paul Brand, Theodore Evergates, Dorothy Glass, Richard Kaeuper, Joel Kay, Constant Mews, Susan Rankin, Conrad Rudolph, Alison Stones, Nicholas Watson, and Anders Winroth.

147. IMC Leeds 5 July 2016: “Desiderius of Cahors’ Epistulae” in Translation in the Trenches: Medieval Latin - A Round Table Discussion

148. IMC Leeds, 7 July 2016:  “Idolothyta, Pauline and post-Pauline: the Evolution of Food as Discrimen.” in Rome and After, I: Food of the Divine.

149. Reconsiderations V, Villanova University, 15-17 September 2016. “What Have Philology and Literary Criticism to Do with Augustine on Marriage?”

150. Zentrum für Augustinus-Forschung, Universität Würzburg: “’Backwards in high heels:” Detecting Unfriendliness Across the Abyss of Time’” an dem Workshop zum Thema “Unfreundlichkeit und Polemik im Briefkorpus Augustins:” “Burkardushaus” in Würzburg 6-7 October, 2016.

151. “Loving Late Antique Letters” at Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II (Lublin) 8 November 2016.

152. “Internal Others in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages” at “The ‘Self’ and the ‘Other.’ The Construction and Perception of ‘Otherness’ in Late Antiquity.” Universität Kiel: 23-25 November 2016

153. Medieval Academy of America, Annual Meeting, 8 April 2017: Laudationes for the Induction of New Fellows and Corresponding Fellows of the Medieval Academy of America (2017): David d’Avray, Nicole Bériou, Charles Burnett, Susan Einbinder, and Douglas Kelly

154. Festrede: Eröffnung der Ausstellung “Handschriften und Papyri: Wege des Wissens” Camineum: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek. 18 Mai 2017

155. “Geneses: Comparative Study of the Historiographies of the Rise of Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism and Islam,” Deuxième Colloque International IPRA, Nantes 22-24 May, 2017 “The Twilight of the Ancient Gods “ 

156. “From City to Hinterland: An Integrated Approach to the Political Economy of the Late Antique Mediterranean” (Joint Seminar: Chicago-Vienna) (Wien) 15 June 2017 ““Philologist meets Object(s)”.

FUTURE

157. Early Christian Mystagogy and the Body: Third International Conference of the Netherlands Centre for Patristic Research: Plenary Lecture: “Quod intrat in os: Food as a Discrimen in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages” August 31, 2017

158 „Sur les traces de saint Maurice. Histoire et légende /Auf den Spuren des heiligen Mauritius. Geschichte und Legende“ Fondation des Archives Historiques de L’abbaye de Saint-Maurice in Zusammenarbeit mit:  Staatsarchiv Solothurn Historisches Museum Blumenstein, Solothurn: 8 September 2017:  “Sigismund: Soldier, Sinner, Saint”

159. The University of Edinburgh, 15 November 2017: TBA

160. Manchester Classics and Ancient History Research Seminar. The University of Manchester, 16 November 2017: TBA

161. Universität Innsbruck, “From the Early Medieval Workshop: Desiderius of Cahor’s Letter Collection (7th C.)” 10 January 2018

162. Poésie, bible et théologie de l’Antiquité tardive au Moyen Âge (IVème-XVème s.) Colloque international , Strasbourg 25-27 janvier 2018 : 26 January 2018 :  « Grave Matters: Love, Death, Resurrection, and Reception in the De Laudibus Domini?»

163. Warsaw University

 

 

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