Grkmd 41w Modern Greek Literature In Translation, 2020 CUNY Queens College
Grkmd 41w Modern Greek Literature In Translation, Fevronia Soumakis
Open Educational Resources
This course surveys Modern Greek literature in translation from the middle of the nineteenth century to the present. We will consider authors and their works not only for their individual stylistic elements, but also within the context of European literary and cultural movements. As a “W” course, we will also focus on the development of writing skills. We will devote some time each week to discussing writing issues and will workshop papers.
Occupying And Transcending A Provincial See: The Career Of Euthymios Malakes, 2018 Rollins College
Occupying And Transcending A Provincial See: The Career Of Euthymios Malakes, Hannah Ewing
Despite a distinguished reputation as an orator and bishop in his own time, comparatively little scholarship focuses upon Euthymios Malakes, metropolitan of Neopatras during the later twelfth century. Using his extant works and contemporary sources, this article reconstructs elements of Malakes’ career in both Constantinople and Hellas. He was active in each, balancing his intellectual credentials, participation in synods, and elite connections to the capital, with immersion in more local contests. This combination allowed him to expand his pursuits and reputation beyond his minor see, in the capital and also in the province of his see.
Perceptions Of The Body And Sacred Space In Late Antiquity And Byzantium, 2018 Iowa State University
Perceptions Of The Body And Sacred Space In Late Antiquity And Byzantium, Jelena Bogdanovic
Perceptions of the Body and Sacred Space in Late Antiquity and Byzantium seeks to reveal Christian understanding of the body and sacred space in the medieval Mediterranean. Case studies examine encounters with the holy through the perspective of the human body and sensory dimensions of sacred space, and discuss the dynamics of perception when experiencing what was constructed, represented, and understood as sacred. The comparative analysis investigates viewers’ recognitions of the sacred in specific locations or segments of space with an emphasis on the experiential and conceptual relationships between sacred spaces and human bodies. This volume thus reassesses the empowering ...
Translation And Evolution: Byzantine Monastic Studies Since Ca. 1990, 2018 Rollins College
Translation And Evolution: Byzantine Monastic Studies Since Ca. 1990, Hannah Ewing
While monks were integral parts of the long‐lasting Byzantine world, Byzantine monasticism and its study can be relatively obscure to nonspecialists, given the diversity of monastic forms practiced in the empire. This piece presents a brief primer on Byzantine monastic studies and evaluates key scholarship in this increasingly vigorous field. In particular, it assesses the major impact of critical editions and primary‐source translation projects since the 1990s and 2000s, including both archival materials and hagiography. Furthermore, it evaluates the current state of the field and outlines several opportunities and directions for further research.
Recent Futures: Classical Antiquity As Biopolitical Tool, 2018 CUNY New York City College of Technology
Recent Futures: Classical Antiquity As Biopolitical Tool, Despina Lalaki
Publications and Research
No abstract provided.
Συμβολική Βία Και Η Αναπαραγωγή Της Εξουσίας, 2018 CUNY New York City College of Technology
Συμβολική Βία Και Η Αναπαραγωγή Της Εξουσίας, Despina Lalaki
Publications and Research
No abstract provided.
Liturgical Poetry In The Middle Byzantine Period: Hymns Attributed To Germanos I, Patriarch Of Constantinople (715-730), 2017 Australian Catholic University
Liturgical Poetry In The Middle Byzantine Period: Hymns Attributed To Germanos I, Patriarch Of Constantinople (715-730), Kosta Simic
The present thesis explores aspects of the liturgical hymns transmitted under the name of Germanos, a figure frequently identified with Germanos I, patriarch of Constantinople (715- 730). The corpus of hymns associated with this name includes about 65 kanons (nine-ode hymns) and 52 stichera (monostrophic stanzas), mostly composed during the Middle Byzantine period. By focusing on this large body of texts, the purpose of my research is to contribute to the study of Byzantine hymnography, a largely neglected genre of Byzantine literature despite its enormous fertility and importance. The dissertation consists of an introduction, three chapters corresponding to the three ...
Textile Terminologies From The Orient To The Mediterranean And Europe, 1000 Bc To 1000 Ad, 2017 University of Copenhagen
Textile Terminologies From The Orient To The Mediterranean And Europe, 1000 Bc To 1000 Ad, Salvatore Gaspa, Cécile Michel, Marie-Louise Nosch
The papers in this volume derive from the conference on textile terminology held in June 2014 at the University of Copenhagen. Around 50 experts from the fields of Ancient History, Indo-European Studies, Semitic Philology, Assyriology, Classical Archaeology, and Terminology from twelve different countries came together at the Centre for Textile Research, to discuss textile terminology, semantic fields of clothing and technology, loan words, and developments of textile terms in Antiquity. They exchanged ideas, research results, and presented various views and methods.
This volume contains 35 chapters, divided into five sections: • Textile terminologies across the ancient Near East and the Southern ...
The Framing Of Sacred Space: The Canopy And The Byzantine Church, 2017 Iowa State University
The Framing Of Sacred Space: The Canopy And The Byzantine Church, Jelena Bogdanovic
The Framing of Sacred Space offers the first topical study of canopies as essential spatial and symbolic units in Byzantine-rite churches. Centrally planned columnar structures--typically comprised of four columns and a roof--canopies had a critical role in the modular processes of church design, from actual church furnishings in the shape of a canopy to the church's structural core. As architectonic objects of basic structural and design integrity, canopies integrate an archetypical image of architecture and provide means for an innovative understanding of the materialization of the idea of the Byzantine church and its multi-focal spatial presence.
The Framing of ...
Image, Epigram, And Nature In Middle Byzantine Personal Devotion, 2017 Kenyon College
Image, Epigram, And Nature In Middle Byzantine Personal Devotion, Brad Hostetler
The Personal And Social Context Of Justinianic Religious Policy Prior To The Three Chapters Controversy, 2017 University of Kentucky
The Personal And Social Context Of Justinianic Religious Policy Prior To The Three Chapters Controversy, Joshua Mckay Powell
Theses and Dissertations--History
The emperor Justinian's religious policy has sometimes been characterized as haphazard or incoherent. This dissertation examines religious policy in the Roman Empire from the accession of the emperor Justin to the inception of the Three Chapters controversy in the mid 540's AD. It considers the resolution of the Acacian Schism, Justinian's apparent ambivalence with regard to the Theopaschite formula, the attempt to court the anti-Chalcedonians in Constantinople in the period leading up to the Council of 536, and the relationship between the genesis of the Three Chapters and Second Origenist controversies.
Even during these seemingly disparate episodes ...
French Women In Art: Reclaiming The Body Through Creation/Les Femmes Artistes Françaises : La Réclamation Du Corps À Travers La Création, Liatris Hethcoat
Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters
The research I have conducted for my French Major Senior Thesis is a culmination of my passion for and studies of both French language and culture and the history and practice of Visual Arts. I have examined, across the history of art, the representation of women, and concluded that until the 20th century, these representations have been tools employed by the makers of history and those at the top of the patriarchal system, used to control women’s images and thus women themselves. I survey these representations, which are largely created by men—until the 20th century. I ...
Research And Study Of Fashion And Costume History Spanning From Ancient Egypt To Modern Day, 2016 Morehead State University
Research And Study Of Fashion And Costume History Spanning From Ancient Egypt To Modern Day, Kaitlyn E. Dennis Miss
Through a generous donation to Morehead State University, research has been conducted on thousands of slides containing images of artwork and artifacts of historical significance. These images span from Egyptian hieroglyphs to the inaugural dress of every first lady of the United States. The slides are in the process of being recorded and catalogued for future use by students in hopes of furthering academic comprehension and awareness of the influence of fashion and costume history through the ages. Special thanks to the family of Gretel Geist Rutledge, faculty mentor Denise Watkins, as well as the Department of Music, Theatre, and ...
Evocations Of Byzantium In Zenitist Avant-Garde Architecture, 2016 Iowa State University
Evocations Of Byzantium In Zenitist Avant-Garde Architecture, Jelena Bogdanović
The Byzantine legacy in modern architecture can be divided between a historicist, neo-Byzantine architectural style and an active investigation of the potentials of the Byzantine for a modern, explicitly nontraditional, architecture. References to Byzantium in avantgarde Eastern European architecture of the 1920s employed a modernist interpretation of the Byzantine concept of space that evoked a mode of “medieval” experience and creative practice rather than direct historical quotation. The avant-garde movement of Zenitism, a prominent visionary avant-garde movement in the Balkans, provides a case study in the ways immaterial aspects of Byzantine architecture infiltrated modernism and moved it beyond an academic ...
Useful By Nature, Defensive On Demand: Topography And Sieges Of Rome In The Gothic War, 2016 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Useful By Nature, Defensive On Demand: Topography And Sieges Of Rome In The Gothic War, Peter Francis Sian Guevara
MAD-RUSH Undergraduate Research Conference
This project shows how the use of topographical elements impacted the development of siege warfare during the Gothic Wars in the 6th century A.D. Scholars studied topography and archaeology within the context of warfare in Late Antique Italy but they omit non-natural topographical features such as tombs, bridges, and aqueducts. Analyses undertaken include comparison and contrast of the sieges that the city of Rome endured during the Gothic Wars of a contemporary eye-witness, the Greek historian Procopius of Caesarea. The analysis includes other sieges such as Ravenna and Rimini. Christopher Lillington-Martin’s essay Procopius on the Struggle for ...
A Passage From Brooklyn To Ithaca: The Sea, The City And The Body In The Poetics Of Walt Whitman And C. P. Cavafy, 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York
A Passage From Brooklyn To Ithaca: The Sea, The City And The Body In The Poetics Of Walt Whitman And C. P. Cavafy, Michael P. Skafidas
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
This treatise is the first extensive comparative study of Walt Whitman and C. P. Cavafy. Despite the abundant scholarship dealing with the work and life of each, until now no critic has put the two poets together. Whitman’s poetry celebrates birth, youth, the self and the world as seen for the first time, while Cavafy’s diverts from the active present to resurrect a world whose key, in Eliot’s terms, is memory. Yet, I see the two poets conversing in the crossroads of the fin de siècle; the American Whitman and the Greek Cavafy embody the antithesis of ...
The Relational Spiritual Geopolitics Of Constantinople, The Capital Of The Byzantine Empire, 2016 Iowa State University
The Relational Spiritual Geopolitics Of Constantinople, The Capital Of The Byzantine Empire, Jelena Bogdanović
Strategically located on a peninsula on the European side of the narrow Bosphorus strait that connects the Mediterranean and the Black Seas (by way also of the Sea of Marmara and the Dardanelles), Constantinople; the capital city of the medieval Roman Empire that we know as the Byzantine Empire (324-1453), was the largest and most thriving urban center in the Old World.1 The city was founded by the first Roman Emperor who embraced Christianity, Constantine I (d. 337), as the eponymous capital outside historically dominant urban centers and as the alternative to the city of Rome. This chapter outlines ...
Time And Again: Early Medieval Chronography And The Recurring Holy First-Created Day Of George Synkellos, 2015 Wesleyan University
Time And Again: Early Medieval Chronography And The Recurring Holy First-Created Day Of George Synkellos, Jesse W. Torgerson
Jesse W Torgerson
Two Byzantine Papyri From The Michigan Collection, 2015 Loyola University Chicago
Two Byzantine Papyri From The Michigan Collection, James Keenan
James G. Keenan
No abstract provided.
'Die Binnenwanderung’ In Byzantine Egypt, 2015 Loyola University Chicago
'Die Binnenwanderung’ In Byzantine Egypt, James Keenan
James G. Keenan
No abstract provided.