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Bones in Motion: Long Distance Relic Translations in Late Antiquity

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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 […]

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Reliquienimport als Kultzirkulation. Papst Symmachus, das Laurentianische Schisma und die Dynamik der Einbürgerung nicht-römischer Heiligen in Rom

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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 […]

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Mary, the Saints, and Beyond: Characteristic Elements of Catholic Confessionalization in Seventeenth-Century Flemish Painting

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Recently, I received a very honouring invitation from Júlia Tátrai, head of the Department of Old Master Paintings at the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, to speak about the confessional characteristics of Flemish paintings in Rubens’ times. The talk will take place in a one day conference, which will accompany the exhibition Rubens, Van […]

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Prestigeous FWO Postoctoral Fellowship Received

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Now it is official: My senoir postdoctoral research fellowship application at Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO) was successful, although the compatiotion was really tought. The project entitled “Stolen, shattered, demolished. Physical violence towards materialised ‘sacred’ in late antique inner-Christian conflicts” and it going to be realised between 2020-2023 at the Faculty of Theology and Religious […]