Yale Lectures in Late Antique and Byzantine Art and Architecture
Lecture series organized by Robert S. Nelson, Robert Lehman Professor in the History of Art, and Vasileios Marinis, Professor of Christian Art and Architecture at the ISM and YDS.
Presented in collaboration with Yale Department of Classics and Yale Department of the History of Art.
Zoom lectures begin at 12 noon Eastern Time; registration is required.
You can register at any time to join a lecture. Your registration is valid for the whole series; attend as many as you like. You will automatically receive reminders for the lectures.
Windows onto Sanctity: Monks’s Cells and Hagioscopes in Byzantine Churches
Robert Ousterhout, University of Pennsylvania
Respondent: Vasileios Marinis, Yale University
From Crete to Singapore via Rome and St. Louis. An Orthodox Icon Becomes Catholic
Robert S. Nelson, Yale University
Respondent: Annemarie Weyl Carr, Southern Methodist University
Fear and Artistic Authority in the Middle Byzantine Period
Ravinder Binning, The Ohio State University
Respondent: Foteini Spingou, University of Edinburgh
Discovering the Byzantine Object in Late Ottoman Istanbul: Diplomacy, Archaeology, and Collecting
Brigitte Pitarakis, CNRS, Paris
Respondent: Selin Unluonen, Oberlin College
The Golden Threads of Orthodoxy: Revisiting the Materiality and Function
of Early Palaiologan Epitaphioi
Anastasia Drandaki, University of Athens
Respondent: Warren Woodfin, Queens College, CUNY
The Donor and His House. Inscriptions in the Late Roman Domestic Context
Elisabeth Rathmayr and Veronika Scheibelreiter-Gail, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Respondent: Anna Sitz, University of Heidelberg
The Historical Frieze on the Arch of Constantine
Sarah Bassett, Indiana University Bloomington
Respondent: Noel Lenski, Yale University
Migrant Greeks: Comparing Feofan Grek and Domenico Greco
Charles Barber, Princeton University
Respondent: Maria Vassilaki, University of Thessaly