Symposium | Liturgical Space and Time in Byzantium

Event time: 
Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 8:45am to 1:15pm
Institute of Sacred Music (SDQ), ISM Great Hall See map
409 Prospect St.
New Haven, CT 06511
Open to: 
General Public
Event description: 

An afternoon symposium


    12:45 PM Gather and Introductions

Robert Nelson | “Patriarchal Lectionaries and the Liturgical Spaces of Constantinople”


Stefano Parenti & Elena Velkovska | “From Dawn to Dusk: How the Byzantines Constructed Their Liturgy of the Hours”

 2:05 Q & A with Nelson, Parenti, and Velkovska
 2:25 Coffee Break
 2:50 Nina Glibetic & Gabriel Radle | “Byzantine Time in Periphery Spaces: The Case of St. Catherine’s Monastery at Mt. Sinai”
 3:15 Vasileios Marinis | “ ‘He Who Is at the Point of Death’: The Fate of the Soul in Byzantine Art and Liturgy”
 3:55 Robert F. Taft | “Through Their Own Eyes: Viewing the Invisible, Describing the Ineffable, Explaining the Inexplicable: The ‘Byzantine Synthesis’ as the Byzantines Saw It”
 4:35 Q & A with Glibetic, Radle, Marinis, and Taft

Reception in the ISM Gallery of Sacred Arts:

George Kordis: “Light and Rhythm: Byzantine Icons in the Postmodern World” | exhibition page