Wednesday, September 13, 2017
The Program in Classical and Mediterranean Studies and the Divinity School at Vanderbilt University are pleased to announce the program for the 2017 meeting of ReLACS (Regional Late Antiquity Consortium Southeast), a regional workshop on Late Antiquity to be held .
The workshop is free and open to all interested scholars.
Highlights of the program (https://divinity.vanderbilt.e
Keynote Lecture—October 19: “The Archaeology of Early Christian Monasticism: Evidentiary Problems and Criteria,” Stephen J. Davis, Yale University
Professional Seminar—: “Introduction to the Cairo Geniza,” Phillip I. Lieberman, Vanderbilt University
Works in Progress Workshop—:
, the workshop will feature 6 presentations of work in progress by regional scholars of Late Antiquity.
“The Western Delta in Late Antiquity: Archaeology and History,” Ariel Lopez, Rhodes College
“The Flesh that Wasn’t: Ascetic Assemblages and the Becoming of Angels,” Katie Kleinkopf, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
“Using Digital Humanities to Solve Early Christian Mysteries: A Re-Examination of the ‘Ascension’ Panel on the Doors of Santa Sabina, Rome,” Lee M. Jefferson, Centre College
“Ravaging Warfare and Martial Rape from Late Antiquity to Modernity,” Kathy L. Gaca, Vanderbilt University
“Quoting in the Courtroom: Cyril’s Use of Philosophical Testimony in the Contra Julianum," Aaron P. Johnson, Lee University
“Peter Beyond Rome: Achilleus of Spoleto, Neon of Ravenna, and the Epigramma Longum,” Dennis Trout, University of Missouri
A full program and registration information can be found at: https://divinity.vanderbil