A very pleasant news reached me the another day. My paper, which I gave in the 6th Hagiotheca conference in Rome back in 2017, is accepted for publication in the Annali di Storia dell’Esegesi. Very excinting!
Almost two years after the Görres Conference in Rome, the conferecene anthology is now published. It is entitled Das Buch der Päpste: Der Liber Pontificalis – ein Schlüsseldokument europäischer Geschichte edited by one of the ultimate authority on papal history, Klaus Herbers and a jung but very sharp scholar Matthias Simperl. I would like to […]
There are some excellent news to tell: the papers of the workshop “Migration: Rhetoric and Reality in Late Antiquity” will be published as a special issue to the prestigious Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum (JbAC). Samuel Cohen and I are very pleased with these developments, as the scope of the Jahrbuch is as wide as […]
My dear colleague, Maijastina Kahlos from the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies invited me on a symposium entitled “Mediterranean flows: People, ideas and objects in motion”. According to the conference description, the “the symposium seeks to gather discussions set chronologically in antiquity towards current issues about movement of people, goods and ideas. […] As an […]
The German Archaeological Institute together with the renowned Bibliotheca Hertziana organise a quite interesting workshop on ‘imported relics’ in Rome in October 2020. While I already dealt with the distribution of Roman relics in the Carolingian Franca, the relics, which were imported to Rome, is indeed a intriguing aspect worth looking into. This is the […]