Лѣтопись: 21-24 March 1981: Birmingham. Fifteenth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies: Byzantium and the Slavs
Contributors:Veder, William R.
Keywords:Byzantium and the Slavs
Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies (Birmingham, UK)
Art and Architecture
Serbian Church Music
Jelena Anžujska, ca. 1236-1314
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Publisher:William R. Veder, Vakgroep Slavistiek, Katholieke Universiteit, Postbus 9103, 6500 HD Nijmegen (Holland)
Citation:Polata Knigopisnaia: an Information Bulletin Devoted to the Study of Early Slavic Books, Texts and Literatures 5 (October 1981): 41-42.
This feature "Chronicle" reports on recent events in the field of Early Slavic, e.g., celebrations, conferences, symposia, etc. On March 21-24, 1981, in Birmingham, England, the Fifteenth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies was held on the topic of Byzantium and the Slavs. This announcement lists the presentations and their authors. See Polata Knigopisnaia v. 6 (December 1982): 55-63, for more information on this symposium.
The 15th Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies included presentations by J. Allen, Gordana Babić, Ion Barnea, Yvonne Burns, Slobodan Ćurčić, Simon Franklin, Zaga Gavrilović, Vasil Gjuzelev, Muriel Heppell, Š. Holčik, Peregrine Horden, J. Howard-Johnston, Jana Howlett, F. Kitch, George Majeska, D. Markov, M. Martin, John Meyendorff, Robin Milner-Gulland, J. Opie, Danica Petrović, Günther Prinzing, Jonathan Shepard, Dimitrije Stefanović, G. Stričević, Francis J. Thomson, Vasilka Tŭpkova-Zaimova, William R. Veder, Miloš Velimirović, F. von Lilienfeld, Sara M. Wages, M. Whitby, S. White, E. Tonkin, and Dimitri Obolensky.
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