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In that respect the field of Syriac Studies is currently at a considerable disadvantage in comparison with the Greek, Arabic or Hebrew Studies, to name just a few related fields.
This underdevelopment has severe repercussions not only for electronic editions but also for such areas as Syriac linguistics and lexicography.
L’incenso sudarabico nell’Occidente romano’ 13.00-14.00. Lunch Panel 2: Frankincense and the ancient imagination Chair: Béatrice Caseau (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris IV) 14.00. Keynote lecture, Esther Eidinow (University of Nottingham) ‘Sensing divinity? Marie-Odile Charles-Laforge (University of Artois), ‘Rites et offrandes dans la religion domestique des Romains: quels témoignages sur l’utilisation de l’encens’ 12.00.
Giuseppe Squillace (University of Calabria), ‘Incense and myrrh trees in Theophrastus’ botanical works: research method and sources of information’ 14.30. Béatrice Caseau (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris IV), ‘Early Christian rejection of incense sacrifice’ 13.00-14.00 Lunch.
Rothenberg Professor of the Humanities, Director of the Mahindra Humanities Center; ) Georges Dertilis, (École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris; Directeur d’études; Peter Frankopan (Oxford; Senior Research Fellow at Worcester College, Oxford; Director of the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research; ) Michelle Lamont (Harvard; Robert I.
Goldman Professor of European Studies; Professor of Sociology and African and African-American Studies at Harvard University; Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs; ) Spiros Pollalis (Harvard; Professor of Design, Technology, and Management at the Harvard Design School; ) Panagiotis Roilos (Harvard; George Seferis Professor of Modern Greek Studies and Professor of Comparative Literature; founder of the Academy and chair of the committee; ).
This year the Academy’s Seminars will focus on the multifaceted (political, economic, geopolitical, humanitarian) crisis in Europe. James Professor of History, Faculty Affiliate Department of Philosophy, Harvard University; ) Stephanos Pesmazoglou (Professor of Political Ideology and Public Policies, Department of Political Science and History, Panteion University, Athens; Pesmazoglou CV 2016 ) Jacques Rupnik (Director of Research at CERI and Professor at Sciences Po in Paris and visiting professor at the College of Europe in Bruges; ) The seminar with Professor Peter E.
The Seminars will be offered in the second half of June (June 19-29). Gordon will investigate the troubled status of the “secular” in modern democratic states that now confront an unprecedented degree of cultural and religious heterogeneity.
The Academy offers two-week interdisciplinary Seminars at the Centre’s facilities in Delphi, supported by the Region of Central Greece.
Whereas a pioneering conference on Syriac and the Digital Humanities (Rutgers University, 2015) clearly demonstrated the general scholarly demand for provision of electronic infrastructure for Syriac, the workshop is going to bring together scholars either developing electronic tools and corpus software for Syriac or using already available tools for their projects.
We hope that the workshop will promote exchange of ideas and foster collaboration among scholars.
The seminar with Professor Jacques Rupnik will focus on the dividing lines within the EU (East-West) with regard to the migration crisis, and on the ways in which these differences may be contained or overcome.
Upon completion of the Seminar Program, certificates indicating the titles of the Seminars and the names of the Instructors will be awarded to the students.