The Mediterranean City: Religion

Tuesday 19 March 2013, The British School at Rome

The second in a series of workshops on the Mediterranean City,  jointly organised with the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature.

The purpose of these workshops is to provide a venue for discussion on themes in the history of the Mediterranean City. The conscious intention is to allow a sharing of perspectives between scholars with expertise in different aspects of the civilizations bordering the ‘middle sea’.  The chronological focus moves out from the medieval millennium, creating a conversation between classicists, medievalists and early modernists.

Please click here to see the conference programme.

Please click here for further details about the Society for The Study of Medieval Languages and Literature.

Please click here to see reports from the first conference, ‘The Mediterranean City: Space’.

Reports from the conference are now available: Dhwani Patel, David Rundle

 

Participants at ‘The Mediterranean City: Religion’