ARCS Spring 2016 lectures announced
Check out the schedule of public lectures to be held at ARCS during the Spring semester.
ARCS Spring 2016 Lectures
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 ***
American Research Center in Sofia
75 Vasil Petleshkov St.