lunes, 10 de diciembre de 2018

Seminario «Bizancio y Occidente: entre el cisma y la cruzada» (17/12, UAM)

El próximo lunes 17 de diciembre nuestro socio Franciso López-Santos Kornberger impartirá la charla que lleva por título la entrada de esta publicación en la sala de juntas del decanato de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, a las 17 h., en el marco de los Seminarios de Historia y Religión de la misma universidad.
La entrada es libre hasta completar el aforo.
Haz click en las imágenes para aumentar su tamaño.


lunes, 12 de noviembre de 2018

Moschos Morfakidis, «doctor honoris causa» por la Universidad Demócrito de Tracia

Acabamos de enterarnos de que nuestro socio y director del Centro de Estudios Bizantinos, Neogriegos y Chipriotas de la Universidad de Granada, Moschos Morfakidis, fue nombrado doctor honoris causa por la Universidad Demócrito de Tracia el pasado 7 de noviembre.
Con estas líneas queremos hacer a todos los socios y simpatizantes partícipes de esta feliz noticia y transmitir nuestra más sincera enhorabuena a Moschos.
Podéis ampliar información en este enlace.


Anuncio de plaza académica en la Universidad de Chipre (Historia)

Compartimos a continuación este anuncio de plaza de profesor de historia bizantina en el departamento de Historia y Arqueología de la Universidad de Chipre. Aquellas personas interesadas tienen hasta el 11 de febrero para enviar su candidatura.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACADEMIC POSITION

University of Cyprus.
Excelling with the excellent.


The University of Cyprus was officially founded in 1989 and started operating in Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus, in 1992. Within a short time, the University of Cyprus managed to achieve international recognition through an impressive course of development. Today, it is ranked 64th young university (under 50 years) and #351-400 worldwide by the Times New Higher Education Rankings. 

These great distinctions are the result of our dedication to excellence and continuous development. The University of Cyprus managed to stand out and receive awards for the new paths it has opened up in particularly demanding and dynamic contexts of research.

The University of Cyprus becomes better every year; therefore, it wishes to attract the best employees.

To this end, the University constantly develops its programs of study and recruits high-caliber staff who will contribute significantly to the design of new curricula, both at undergraduate and graduate level. One of the strategic aims of the University of Cyprus is the further promotion and development of research, in which new staff are expected to play an essential role.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY


The University of Cyprus invites applications for one (1) tenure–track academic position at the rank of Lecturer or Assistant Professor, in the field of «Byzantine History, 4th -15th c.».

For all academic ranks, an earned Doctorate from a recognized University is required. Requirements for appointment depend on academic rank and include: prior academic experience, research record and scientific contributions, involvement in teaching and in the development of high quality undergraduate and graduate curricula. The minimum requirements for each academic rank can be found at the webpage: www.ucy.ac.cy/acad.staff.procedures.

The official languages of the University are Greek and Turkish. For the above position knowledge of Greek is necessary. In case the selected candidate does not have sufficient knowledge of the Greek language, it is the candidate’s and the Department’s responsibility to ensure that the candidate acquires sufficient knowledge of the Greek language within 3 years of appointment. Each Department sets its own criteria for the required level of adequacy of knowledge of the Greek language.

Citizenship of the Republic of Cyprus is not a requirement.

Αccording to the current legislation, the annual gross salary (including the 13th salary) for full time employment is:

Assistant Professor  (Scale Α13-Α14)       €57,856.50-€78,029.90
Lecturer                 (Scale Α12-Α13)       €43,974.58-€71,559.54

From the above amounts, employee contributions to the various governmental funds will be deducted.

Applicants are invited to submit their application and upload the following documents in PDF form by Monday 11 February 2019 at the following link: https://applications.ucy.ac.cy/recruitment

  1. Curriculum Vitae - should be written in Greek or in Turkish, and in one international language, preferably English
  2. Copy of ID/Passport
  3. Copies of Degree certificates
  4. Cover letter
  5. Summary of previous research work and a statement of plans for future research (up to 3 pages) - should be written in Greek or in Turkish, and in one international language, preferably English
  6. List of publications
  7. Representative publications (up to 3 publications)
  8. The names and e-mails of three academic referees, who, upon submission of the application, will be automatically notified to provide recommendation letters

Documents 1-7 must be individually uploaded as separate PDF documents 

Selected candidates will be required to submit copies of degree certificates officially certified by the Ministry of Education (for certificates received from Universities in Cyprus) or from the Issuing Authority (for foreign Universities). 

Applications, supporting documents and reference letters submitted in response to previous calls in the past will not be considered and must be resubmitted

Applications not conforming to the specifications of the Call, i.e. do not include all the required items/documents as requested via the electronic submission system, will not be considered.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that their application has successfully been submitted. Upon successful submission, the candidate will receive an automated confirmation e-mail.

For more information, candidates may contact the Human Resources Service (tel.: 00357 22 89 4189/4155) or the Department of History and Archaeology (+357 22 89 2180).

9 November 2018

Congreso Internacional Exemplum et Expolia (Mérida, junio de 2019): envío de comunicaciones

Exemplum et Spolia
La reutilización arquitectónica en la transformación del paisaje urbano de las ciudades históricas.

Os dejamos aquí la información de este congreso organizado por el Instituto Arqueológico de Mérida (dependiente del CSIC) junto con otras tres universidades españolas, que aúna arqueología y arquitectura, entre otras muchas disciplinas, y que tendrá lugar en Mérida a finales de junio del año que viene.
El envío de comunicaciones o pósters está abierto hasta el 20 de febrero de 2019. Quienes estén interesados, deben rellenar <esta ficha> y remitirla a info(a)iam.csic.es.
El congreso se articulará en torno a cuatro temáticas, cada una de ellas además con una ponencia marco de especialistas en esos campos. Son los siguientes
  • Cambios funcionales en los edificios romanos (ponencia magistral de Rafael Hidalgo, U. Pablo Olavide)
  • Reutilización de elementos arquitectónicos (ponencia magistral de Mª Ángeles Utrero, Escuela de Estudios Árabes, CSIC)
  • Imitación y recepción de los modelos clásicos (ponencia magistral de Patrice Cressier, CNRS)
  • La transformación de los tejidos urbanos (ponencia magistral de Ricardo Mar, U. Rovira i Virgili).

Para descargar el call for papers haz click <aquí>.

miércoles, 7 de noviembre de 2018

Ciclo de conferencias «Magia y religión en el Mundo Antiguo» en la Universidad de Cantabria

Aunque llegamos un poco pillados para la primera comunicación (que tendrá lugar justo mañana), os presentamos este ciclo de conferencias que tendrá lugar en la Universidad de Cantabria a lo largo de este mes y que organizan varios de nuestros socios de esta institución (Silvia Acerbi, Mar Marcos, Ramón Teja y Juana Torres) en colaboración con el Grupo de Investigación Arqueología e Historia del Imperio Romano (AHIR). El tema, como veis en el título, es la magia y la religión en el mundo Antiguo.
Todas las sesiones tendrán lugar a las 19:30 en el aula 9A del edificio Interfacultativo <ver en el mapa>.
En el cartel tenéis las restantes fechas <evento en Facebook>, <conferencia de Raquel en GoogleCalendar>, <conferencia de Ramón en GoogleCalendar>, <conferencia de Silvia en GoogleCalendar>, <conferencia de Pablo en GoogleCalendar>.

martes, 6 de noviembre de 2018

International Byzantine Greek Summer School (Dublín, verano de 2019)

Os dejamos aquí la información relativa a estos cursos de verano de griego bizantino en Dublín por si fueran del interés de alguno de nuestros lectores:

International Byzantine Greek Summer School
Trinity College Dublin
14 July – 10 August 2019



The Department of Classics at Trinity College Dublin is delighted to welcome back the International Byzantine Greek Summer School (IBGSS) in July–August 2019. This well-established course, directed by Dr Anthony Hirst in Belfast, Birmingham and Dublin since 2002, teaches Byzantine Greek at Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced level and allows early learners to engage with original medieval and late antique Greek texts from the start.

Course dates:
Level 1 Beginners: 14–27 July 2019
Level 2/2.5 Intermediate: 28 July – 10 August 2019
Level 3 Advanced Reading: 28 July – 10 August 2019

Further information: www.tcd.ie/Classics/byzantine/

Applications:
  *   Please complete and return the form at www.tcd.ie/Classics/byzantine
  *   Deadline: 12 April 2019
  *   Course fee: €450/two weeks

  *   Accommodation: can be booked on application to the course at €400/two weeks
  *   A limited number of student bursaries are available for this course.

If you have any queries, please contact Seán McCrum at smccrum.1949(a)gmail.com.