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Identity and the other in Byzantium

Papers From the 4th International Sevgi Gönül Byzantine Studies Symposium


350 pages | 105 colour plates, 11 halftones, 14 line drawings, 9 maps | 0 3/4 x 1


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Table of Contents

Contents: Abbreviations.; Acknowledgements.; Preface / ÖMER M. KOÇ.; Opening Speech / NEVRA NECIPOGLU. KORAY DURAK and IVANA JEVTIC / Identity and the Other in Byzantine Studies: An Introduction.; IDENTIFYING THE OTHER: ETHNICITY, CLOTHING, BODY: NICHOLAS DE LANGE / The Byzantine Jewish Other ANTHONY KALDELLIS / Ethnicity and Clothing in Byzantium MAJA KOMINKO / Changing Habits and Disappearing Monsters - Ethnography betvveen Classical and Late Antiquity PAMELA ARMSTRONG / Ethnicity and Inclusiveness in the Development of Religious Cults: Saint Christopherthe Dog-Headed and Saint George.; IDENTITY AND THE OTHER IN SPACE: ARIETTA PAPACONSTANTINOU / The Desert and the City: The Rhetoric of Savagery and Civitization in Some Early Byzantine Narratives GÜNDER VARINLIOGLU / "Imagine There Is No (Is)land": Conceptualizing Byzantine Islands in Southern Asia Minör.; BUKET KITAPÇI BAYRI / Byzantine Universalism and Patris: Geographic Identity Markers in the Late Byzantine Martyria.; IDENTITY AND THE OTHER IN MEMORY: LYNN JONES / Visual Evidence for the Mutability of Identity in the Middle Byzantine Period RUSTAM SHUKUROV / The Byzantine Concepts of Iran: Cultural Memory and Its Reactualization.; ON THE MARGINS OF ORTHODOXY: BELIEF CARVED IN STONE: B. YELDA OLCAY UÇKAN AND SEÇKIN EVCIM / The Other Beliefs in Byzantine Phrygia and Their Reflections in Rock-Cut Architecture SERCAN YANDIM AYDIN / Marginalizing Traditional Religious Groups, Cults, and Beliefs in the Early Patristic Period: Asceticism in Phrygia and Lykaonia HENRY MAGUIRE / Magic in Byzantine Pottery: The Other Within.; MANIFESTATION OF IDENTITY THROUGH PATRONAGE: SCOTT REDFORD / Rum Seljuk Emir Mübarizeddin Ertokus and His Madrasa: Reading Identity through Architectural Patronage IOANNA RAPTI

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