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Corrective Spaces – by Sarah E. Bond

Corrective Spaces – by Sarah E. Bond

Sarah E. Bond August 29, 2016 0

Sarah E. Bond on Julia Hillner’s Prison, Punishment, and Penance in Late Antiquity Curated spaces have the ability to embody our belief systems, but they also hold the potential to inflict harm. It is

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On Authors, Fathers, and Holy Men – By Ellen Muehlberger

On Authors, Fathers, and Holy Men – By Ellen Muehlberger

Ellen Muehlberger September 20, 2015 0

Ellen Muehlberger in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum ※ Visit the Forum home to see all of the essays. ※ Ambition created the field of late antiquity. Those trained in classics decided to take

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Can “Late Antiquity” Be Saved? – By Philip Rousseau

Can “Late Antiquity” Be Saved? – By Philip Rousseau

Philip Rousseau September 19, 2015 0

Philip Rousseau in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum I confess I’ve sometimes wondered whether we shouldn’t abandon the term “late antiquity.” I’m equally ready to admit it can’t be a serious

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Late Antiquity Dissolves – By Anthony Kaldellis

Late Antiquity Dissolves – By Anthony Kaldellis

Anthony Kaldellis September 18, 2015 0

Anthony Kaldellis in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum ※ Visit the Forum home to see all of the essays. ※ Late antiquity is commonly regarded as a period, but it has increasingly become

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Late Ancient Judaism: Beyond Border Lines – By Mira Balberg

Late Ancient Judaism: Beyond Border Lines – By Mira Balberg

Mira Balberg September 17, 2015 0

Mira Balberg in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum ※ Visit the Forum home to see all of the essays. ※ At the turn of the fourth century CE there lived in Caesarea, a

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<i>Pro nobis fabula narratur</i>: Late Antiquity as Art and Fantasy – By Catherine M. Chin

Pro nobis fabula narratur: Late Antiquity as Art and Fantasy – By Catherine M. Chin

Catherine M. Chin September 16, 2015 0

Catherine M. Chin in the Late Antiquity and the New Humanities Forum ※ Visit the Forum home to see all of the essays. ※ The poet Christopher Logue, in his account of books 3

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Late Antiquity and the New Humanities: An Open Forum

Late Antiquity and the New Humanities: An Open Forum

Ellen Muehlberger September 16, 2015 0

Ellen Muehlberger introduces the forum on Late Antiquity and the New Humanities The five essays in this forum developed from remarks in a panel organized by Heidi Marx-Wolf (University of Manitoba) at the May 2015

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The Problem with Identity in Late Antiquity – By Todd Berzon

The Problem with Identity in Late Antiquity – By Todd Berzon

Todd Berzon November 11, 2014 0

Todd Berzon on Aaron P. Johnson’s Religion and Identity in Porphyry of Tyre: The Limits of Hellenism in Late Antiquity We know Porphyry of Tyre (ca. 235–305 CE) principally as a Neoplatonist philosopher and critic

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The “Age of Gold,” the Rise of Christianity, and the Fall of Rome – By John Behr

The “Age of Gold,” the Rise of Christianity, and the Fall of Rome – By John Behr

John Behr October 28, 2014 0

John Behr on Peter Brown’s Through the Eye of a Needle: Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the Making of Christianity in the West, 350-550 AD Through the Eye of a Needle is Peter Brown at

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Peter Brown talks with Ioannis Mylonopoulos, Part 2

Peter Brown talks with Ioannis Mylonopoulos, Part 2

MRB May 29, 2013 0

In Part 2 of Ioannis Mylonopoulos’s interview with Peter Brown (catch up with Part 1), the eminent historian talks about his latest book, Through the Eye of a Needle: Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the

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