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02/02/2016

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Feb. 9: Daniel Costache-Bolocan (Buzau County Museum), Statistics in Archaeology. A Model for Relative Chronology

Feb. 16: Emil Nankov (American Research Center in Sofia), Introducing Molybdenology and the Importance of Being a “Glandophile”

Feb. 18: Julia Valeva (Institute of Art Studies-BAS), Late Roman Serdica – A Brief Archaeological Review

Feb. 23: Alexander Panayotov (Aarhus University), Jews and Jewish Communities in the Early Byzantine Balkans and the Aegean.

Feb. 25:
Boyan Dumanov (New Bulgarian University), Late Antiquity in Bulgaria: Current Trends in Archaeological Research

March 8: Rossitsa Gradeva (American University in Bulgaria), Rich and Poor Sofians: Glimpses from 17th century Documents

March 10: Ivo Topalilov (Shumen University), Early Christian Transformation at Philippopolis

March 28: Evelina Kelbecheva (American University in Bulgaria), From Violence to Freedom: Politics of Memory in Bulgaria

April 7: Christopher Mielke (Central European University and ARCS Pre-doctoral Fellow) Material Culture and Contacts between Medieval Hungary and Bulgaria

April 12: Georgi Burnaski (Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and ARCS SE European Fellow), Transformational Processes among the Local Elite of the Bulgarian Turks (1980 – 2000): Trends and Comparisons

April 14: Ordanche Petrov (University of Skopje and ARCS SE European Fellow), Medieval Weapons and Armour on the Territory of the Republic of Macedonia: late 6th to late 14th century

April 19: Adriana Panaite (Independent Scholar and ARCS SE European Fellow), The Villa Landscape in Moesia Inferior

April 21: Moysés Marcos (University of California, Riverside and ARCS Pre-Doctoral Fellow), Julian and Themistius: Philosophy, Kingship, and Tolerance in the Fourth Century Roman Empire

April 25: EUGENE SCHUYLER LECTURE – TBA

*** Public lectures begin at 5:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted ***


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