viernes, 9 de noviembre de 2012

Byzantine hagiography. Texts, themes and projects.

Moscow, St. Tikhon’s University.

This conference will be the fifth in the context of the joint project «Byzantine theology», carried out by St Tikhon’s theological faculty and the humanities research center of the Ca`Foscari University of Venice.
This year the conference is being held under the auspices of the National Byzantine Committees of Russia, Italy and France, and with the financial support of the Centre of Byzantine Civilization of the University of Paris College de France. The conference is being organised by A. Rigo, D. Afinogenov and Deacon P. Ermilov. Among the participants are the leading domestic and foreign experts in the field of study of the Byzantine hagiographic tradition.


November 12

10:00 – 11:00 
Bernard Flusin (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris), Les byzantinistes et l’hagiographie: tendances actuelles de la recherche.

11:30 – 13:00
Xavier Lequeux (Société des Bollandistes, Bruxelles), La Bibliotheca Hagiographica Graeca: origine, développements et mise à jour.
Eleonora Kountoura-Galake (Institute for Byzantine Research, Athens), Presentation of the Late Byzantine Hagiography Data Base (1204-1453).
Donatella Bucca (Università di Roma «Tor Vergata»), «Codices hymnographici Byzantini antiquiores»: descrizione del database.
Francesco D'Aiuto (Università di Roma «Tor Vergata»), The Imperial Menologion one hundred years after V. V. Latyšev’s edition (St. Petersburg 1911–1912): status quaestionis and research perspectives.

14:00 – 17:00
Michael Asmus (St Tikhon’s University, Moscow), The Canons of George of Nicomedeia of Hagiographic Content: Problems of Genre.
Andrea Luzzi (Universita di Roma «La Sapienza»), Un raffinato canone giambico per san Basilio il Grande fra teologia e critica filologico-letteraria.
Michael Zheltov (Sts Cyril and Methodius Church Post-Graduate and Doctoral School, Moscow), Some Particularities of Liturgical Praxis in the Byzantine Provinces During the Seventh Century Based on Hagiographic Data.
Darya Penskaya (St Tikhon’s University, Moscow), Paradise According to the Hagiographic Authors of Byzantium. 
Yulia Mantova (The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities of Russian State University for Humanities), The Descriptions of Cosmic Space in the Lives of Saint Nikon the Metaniote and Saint Grigentios.
Marina Detoraki (University of Crete, Rethimon), Aux marges de l’hagiographie: les histoires édifiantes.
Sophie Metivier (Université de Paris I), Peut-on parler d’une hagiographie aristocratique à Byzance?
Alexander Grischenko (Moscow State Pedagogical University), Ethnonymous Surnames of Saints: Standard Nomination or Special Semantic Marker?
Paul Magdalino (Koç University, Istanbul), St John the Theologian and St Dionysios the Areopagite on Byzantine territory.

November 13

10:00 – 17:00
Anna Krykova (Museum Graeco-Latinum, Moscow), At the Origins of Byzantine Hagiography: some Early Texts Describing Second and Third Century Martyrdoms.
Alexander Korolev (Orthodox Encyclopedia, Moscow), Some Forgotten Martyrs of Rome: Eusebius of Caesarea’s «History of the Church» and the Depositio Martyrum.
Andrej Vinogradov (Higher School of Economics, Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), Sergej Kashtanov, The Chronology Relating to the Hagiograpical Tradition of St Clement of Rome.
Sergey Ivanov (Moscow State University), The life of St Onesimos the Miracle Worker: Dating and Locating.
Vincent Déroche (Centre d’Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, Paris), Les «Vies» de Théodose le cénobiarque par Théodore de Pétra et par Cyrille de Scythopolis.
Ilya Popov (Orthodox Encyclopedia, Moscow), History and Legends in the Byzantine Vitae
of St John Chrysostom.

Alexey Muraviev (Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow State University), A Syriac Tradition Concerning the Emperor Constantine’s Baptism in Connection with some anti-Nicomedian Polemic in the Work of Theophanes the Confessor.
Irina Okhlupina (Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg), Images of Women in Byzantine Hagiography of the Eighth to Twelfth Centuries.
Katerina Nikolaou (Faculty of History and Archaeology, University of Athens), Byzantine Woman’s Depiction in Hagiographical Texts.
André Binggeli (Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes, Paris), La réception de l’hagiographie palestinienne des 7e-10e s. à Byzance.
Albrecht Berger (Institut für Byzantinistik, Universität München), Manufactory Work or Writer’s Competition? Some Remarks on 10-th Century Byzantine Hagiographical Texts.
Alice-Mary Talbot (Dumbarton Oaks emerita), Observations on the Vita of St. Basil the Younger.
Dmitry Afinogenov (Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), The Interpretation of an Hagiographic Text within the Context of an Historical Narration: the Example of the Life of Saint Stephen the Younger.
Lev Lukhovitsky (Institute of Slavonic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), Reception of Iconoclasm in certain Late Byzantine Metaphrases of Lives of Saints during the Period of Iconoclasm.
Stephanos Efthymiadis (Open University of Cyprus, Latsia), The Hagiography of the Byzantine Periphery in the Middle Byzantine Period (South Italy, Cyprus and Thessalonike): an Overview.

14 November

10:00 – 13:00
Nike-Ekaterini Koutrakou (Minister-Counselor of the Greek Embassy, Rome; Institute for Graeco-Oriental and African Studies, Athens), Τhe Hagiographers’ Pen Painting Social Unrest and Civil Strife in Late Byzantium.
Eleonora Kountoura-Galake (Institute for Byzantine Research, Athens), Ideological Conflicts in Veiled Language as seen by the Palaiologan Hagiographers of St. Theodosia.
Oleg Rodionov (Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), The Four Vitae of St Maximus Kausokalybes: their Provenance and Characteristics.
Andrea Babuin (University of Ioannina, Greece), The Cuenca Diptych: Iconography and Hagiography in Epirus and Thessalia in the XIV Century.
Olga Losseva (Orthodox Encyclopedia, Moscow), The Greek and Slavonic Vitae of the New-Martyr John of Serres.
14:00 – 15:30
Beatrice Caseau (Université de Paris-Sorbonne), Du nouveau dans l’hagiographie des stylites syriens?
Sofia Moiseeva (Orthodox Encyclopedia, Moscow), Early Arabic-Melkite Hagiography from the Ninth to Eleventh Centuries and its Ties with the Byzantine Tradition.
Alexander Pritula (The State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg), Some Hymns from the Twelfth Century Varda collection: an Example of East-Syriac Hagiography.
Sergey Frantsouzov (Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, Saint-Petersburg), Les vies des saints orthodoxes dans la tradition arabe (d’après un recueil hagiographique manuscrit de la fin du 18e siècle, conservé dans la Bibliothéque de l’Académie Roumaine).

16:00 – 18:30
Klimentina Ivanova (Sofia University «St. Kliment Ohridski»), Byzantine texts in the South-Slavic Repertorium: the case of calendar compilations.
Antonio Rigo, Marco Scarpa (Universita Ca' Foscari, Venezia), The Life of St Theodosius of Trnovo reconsidered.
Smilja Marjanović-Dušanic (University of Belgrade), Le changement de la fonction du genre anachorétique: l’hagiographie Sud-Slave dans le cadre de la fin du XIIIe siècle.
Kriton Chryssochoidis (Institute of Historical Research, NHRF/ Athens), The Hagiographical Renaissance in Southern Balkans in 16th Century: New perspectives.
Symeon A. Paschalidis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Russian Hagiographical Traditions in Greek-speaking Orthodoxy (16th–19th c.): With special reference to Meletios’ Syrigos work.

Source: APILIST  

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