KU Leuven

Leuven Colloquia on Ancient Platonism (LCAP)

Description and organization

The Leuven Colloquia on Ancient Platonism (LCAP) is a new lecture series on the history of ancient Platonism (from the Early Academy to Late Antiquity), traditionally an important field of study in Leuven. These lectures will be held on a monthly basis, starting in January 2022, hosted by the KU Leuven Institute of Philosophy and the De Wulf-Mansion Centre for Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy and will be given by leading specialists in the history of Platonism. Each year the general theme will be narrowed down through the selection of a specific topic on which the invitees will be asked to speak. For the academic year 2021/2022 (second term only) the chosen topic is ‘principle’ (archê).

For each meeting there will be a 45-minute talk by the main speaker (possibly followed by a 15-minute response) and a 30-minute Q&A session.

Time & Place: 4-6 pm, Kardinaal Mercierzaal.

Programme

10 January 2022: Carlos Steel, KU Leuven. Metaphysicum: The Neoplatonic Background

21 February 2022: James Wilberding, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. TBA.

14 March 2022: Dorothea Frede, Universität Hamburg. Plato Taught: A Riddle of his Academy

11 April 2022: Ursula Coope, Oxford University. TBA

16 May 2022: Marwan Rashed, Université Paris-Sorbonne. Becoming, Construction and the Infinite in the Timaeus

Contact

Organizers Giulia De Cesaris, Roberto Granieri and Jan Opsomer – cap@kuleuven.be

(Text by the organizers) 

Link

https://hiw.kuleuven.be/dwmc/not-another-history-of-platonism/events/LCAP

Aporia UFF

O aristotelismo de Posidonios

Descrição e organização

No dia 16 de setembro, às 15h, terá lugar de modo virtual a conferência “O aristotelismo de Posidônio”, com o prof. Eduardo Boechat, do Departamento de Letras Clássicas da UFRJ. O evento é organizado pelo APORIA – Laboratório de Filosofia Antiga e Recepção da UFF, e terá transmissão pelo canal do laboratório.

Contato

posfiluff@gmail.com

(Texto dos organizadores)

Link

http://www.pgfi.uff.br/index.php/conferencia-o-aristotelismo-de-posidonio-com-eduardo-boechat-ufrj/

Forum of hellenistic and roman philosophy

An application in time of pandemic of the ancient

Stoics’ social oikeiōsis (affiliation) to other humans

Description et organisation

According to the ancient Stoics, an individual feels affiliation towards his or her own body, and then for other humans in concentric circles of more or less proximity. Care for offspring is natural, equally among animals. Care for those further out calls for our effort, but the Stoics prescribe it. The Stoics encourage each of us to pull the circles of others closer towards ourselves at the centre and provides techniques for doing so. Oikeiōsis will also help social legislators. During a pandemic there is more need than usual for affiliation. Others may, for example, need food, services, or teaching delivered at home.

Contact

Forum of hellenistic and roman philosophy

https://www.forumhellenisticum.com/sorabji

(Text by the organizers)

Link

https://www.forumhellenisticum.com/

Programa da I Jornada Archai Gênero e Antiguidade

Problemas e métodos

Descrição e organização

A Cátedra UNESCO Archai sobre as Origens Plurais do Pensamento Ocidental da Universidade de Brasília tem o prazer de enviar o Programa da I Jornada Archai Gênero e Antiguidade: problemas e métodos, a ser realizada pela plataforma Zoom no dia 22 de fevereiro de 2021.

Primeira Jornada Archai Gênero e Antiguidade reúne um conjunto de videoconferências, apresentadas por pesquisadoras de diferentes países, voltadas para as especificidades e os desafios implicados na utilização do gênero enquanto uma ferramenta de análise pertinente também no âmbito de estudos sobre as sociedades antigas.

Odisseia, 6.100. Crédito da Imagem: Gustavo Piquera

Programação

9h45 Abertura

10h Violaine Sebillotte Cuchet (Université Paris 1 – Panthéon) Comment écrire une histoire mixte de l’Antiquité?
Chair: Emiliano Buis  (UBA- Conicet)

11h45 Marina Cavicchioli (Universidade Federal da Bahia) La botte piena o la moglie ubriaca? Vinho e gênero na antiguidade romana.
Chair: Beatriz de Paoli (UFRJ)

13h Lunch

14h Valeria Sonna (UNAM/ INEO-Conicet) El tópico literario del génos gynaikôn y su repercusión en el pensamiento filosófico.
Chair: Maria Angelica Fierro (UBA – Conicet)

15h15 Coffee break

15h30 Agatha Bacelar (Universidade de Brasília) Electra tiranicida: gênero na recepção de uma deliberação heroica na tragédia de Sófocles.
Chair: Renato Pinto (UFPE, Brasil)

16h45 Coffee break

17h00 Cinzia Arruzza (The New School for Social Research) Philosopher-Queens: A Social Reproduction Reading of the Abolition of the Oikos in Plato’s Republic Book V.
Chair: Claudia Marsico (UBA – Conicet)

18h45 Encerramento

COMISSÃO ORGANIZADORA:

Agatha Bacelar (UnB)
Gabriele Cornelli (UnB)
Henrique Modanez de Sant’Anna (UnB)
Lettícia Leite (UnB)
Pilar Spangenberg (Universidad de Rosario, Argentina)

As inscrições são gratuitas, mas limitadas. Corra e inscreva-se aqui:
http://www.archai.unb.br/eventos/i-jornada-archai

Cátedra UNESCO Archai sobre as Origens Plurais do Pensamento Ocidental / UnB
Programa de Pós-Graduação em Metafísica / UnB
Núcleo de Estudos Clássicos / UnB
Red Brasília-Buenos Aires de Filosofía Antigua

Apoio:
Asociación Argentina de Filosofía Antigua
Sociedade Brasileira de Estudos Clássicos

Contato

Gabriele Cornelli

Associate Professor – Philosophy Department. Postgraduate Programme in Metaphysics. Archai UNESCO Chair on the Plural Origins of the Western Thought – Director. Universidade de Brasília

(Texto dos organizadores)

Link

https://linktr.ee/gcornelli

 

GRAMATA

Graminaire 2021

Description et organisation

Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer la première séance du « Graminaire – 2021 », l’atelier de l’équipe GRAMATA (Groupe de Recherche Antiquité Moyen-Âge, Transmission Arabe), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (UFR 10) – UMR 7219 SPHERE.

La première rencontre se tiendra en ligne le vendredi 5 Février 2021 (14h-17h30). Pour obtenir les informations de connexion, veuillez contacter : ulysse.chaintreuil@hotmail.fr.

Programme

Vendredi 5 Février 2021 

14h-15h : C. Murgier : « Le plaisir de la vertu dans les Lois de Platon »

15h-16h : Y. Mechelloukh : « Averroès lecteur d’Avicenne dans le Compendium de Métaphysique »

16h30-17h30 : P.-M. Morel : « Que faire des vertus « naturelles » (chez Aristote) ? »

Vendredi 16 Avril 2021 

14h-15h : C. Masson : « Passions sensibles et progrès intellectuel : Albert le Grand vs Thomas d’Aquin »

15h-16h : V. Decaix : « La bonne mémoire, une affaire de complexion ? »

16h30-17h30 : A. Fouquet : « A l’épreuve du temps avec Augustin : de la dilatio à la dilatatio »

17h30-18h30 : C. Réquillart : « La notion de symbole et son usage orientaliste : la construction historiographique d’un Avicenne mystique »

Vendredi 11 Juin 2021 

14h-15h : A. Jaulin : « Usages des catégories dans le commentaire d’Alexandre d’Aphrodise au livre Γ de la Métaphysique d’Aristote »

15h-16h : A. Avcan : « La valeur épistémologique des sensations propres chez Aristote »

16h30-17h30 : U. Chaintreuil : « Bénéfices et difficultés de la lecture « fonctionnaliste » de l’inclusion de la matière dans la forme aristotélicienne »

17h30-18h30 : J.-B. Brenet : « Penser comme on voit la nuit »

Contact

ulysse.chaintreuil@hotmail.fr

(Texte des organisateurs)

Lien

https://gramata.univ-paris1.fr/fileadmin/gramata/Affiches/20210127_Graminaire.pdf

Centre Léon Robin

CAUSES, PASSIONS, ACTIONS (IV)

L’individu et la communauté

Programme 

jeudi  21 janvier : 14h30-18h30 EN VISIOCONFERENCE : Causes et maladies

 Antonio DE CASTRO CAEIRO (Universidade Nova, Lisbonne) : Le diagnostic hippocratique de l’épidémie chez Thucydide (Hist. 47,2-54)

jeudi 18 février : 14h30-18h30 (Maison de la Recherche, salle S002) : L’honneur de l’individu

Douglas CAIRNS (Edinburgh) : Forms of Pride in Ancient Greek Culture

jeudi 25 mars : 14h30-18h30 (Maison de la Recherche, salle S002) : Étonnement et ironie dans la communauté em dialogue

Natalia KRAMAR (Centre Léon Robin) : Étonnement, ironie et éthique dans les dialogues de jeunesse de Platon

Journées d’études : Divination, déterminisme et autonomie morale

(Maison de la Recherche, salle S223)

jeudi 20 mai, 9h30-18h30:

Rossella SAETTA COTTONE (Centre Léon Robin) : Le daimonion de Socrate :   divination et autonomie morale

Marco ZINGANO (São Paulo, USP), Aristote et les futurs contingents: histoire d’une autre bataille

Carlo NATALI (Venise Ca’ Foscari, Centre Léon Robin) : Prophétie e libre arbitre dans le commentaire de Boèce à De Interpretatione 9

Cristina VIANO (Centre Léon Robin) : Aristote et Olympiodore contre les astrologues

vendredi 21 mai, 9h30-18h30:

Izabela JURASZ (Centre Léon Robin) : Bardesane et l’interprétation astrologique de la biologie d’Aristote

Markham GELLER (University College, London/IEA Paris) : The moral compass in Babylonian magic

Victor GYSEMBERGH (Centre Léon Robin) : Déterminisme et moralité dans la divination assyrobabylonienne

Tiziana LIPPIELLO (Venise Ca’ Foscari) : Divination and moral autonomy in China

jeudi 10 juin : 14h30-18h30 (Maison de la Recherche, salle S002) : Passions de l’histoire et de la fiction

Francesca GAZZANO (Université de Gênes) : Sine ira et studio. Greek historians and passions

Olivier CAÏRA (Centre Pierre Naville, niversité Paris Saclay/EHESS) : Plaisirs paradoxaux : peine, peur et frustration dans les expériences fictionnelles

Il sera possible de suivre les séances en visioconférence: pour s’inscrire, écrire à:

cristina.viano@sorbonne-universite.fr

Il est rappelé qu’en raison de l’évolution de la situation sanitaire,

ce programme est susceptible d’être modifié. Se reporter au site du Centre Léon Robin.

Contact

cristina.viano@wanadoo.fr

(Texte des organisateurs)

Lien

http://www.centreleonrobin.fr/28-recherche/seminaires/114-aitia-pathos-la-doctrine-aristot%C3%A9licienne-des-%C3%A9motions

Sorbonne Université

Triades et Trinités

Structures ontologiques et cognitives

 

Programme

17-18 Février, 9h30-12h30 par visio-conférence

Mercredi 17 Février, 9h30-12h30

ALEXANDRA MICHALEWSKI (Centre Léon Robin, Sorbonne Université) : Les triades principielles chez Atticus

ADRIEN LECERF (Centre Léon Robin, Sorbonne Université) : La triade des hypostases chez Porphyre

Jeudi 18 Février, 9h30-12h30

FABIENNE JOURDAN (Centre Orient et Méditerranée, Sorbonne Université) : Peut-on parler d’une triade divine chez Numénius ? Réception de son enseignement chez Proclus et Cyrille

PHILIPPE HOFFMANN (EPHE, LEM) : Triades chez Proclus et Michel Psellos

18 Mars, 14h30-18h30

ALAIN PETIT (Université de Clermont-Auvergne) : Structures triadiques chez Damascius (titre à préciser)

MARIALUIGIA SCOTTON (Sorbonne Université / Université de Padoue) : L’union sans mélange des pluriels chez Némésius d’Émèse et Augustin (titre à préciser)

8 Avril, 14h30-18h30

MARWAN RASHED (Centre Léon Robin, Sorbonne Université) : Que vit Platon sur les murs de Saïs ?

MAURO BONAZZI (Université d’Utrecht) : Eudore, entre les trois rois et les trois principes

27 Mai, 14h30-18h30

IZABELA JURASZ (Centre Léon Robin, Sorbonne Université) : L’apparition des premières structures triadiques en théologie chrétienne et le valentinisme

ALAIN LE BOULLUEC (EPHE, Paris) : Théologie trinitaire et christologie chez Léonce de Byzance

17 Juin, 14h30-18h30

JULIE CASTEIGT (Univ. de Toulouse) : Albert le Grand et la triade ‘être, vie, intelliger’

RUSSELL FRIEDMAN (KU Leuven) : Ancient trinitarian views in later trinitarian texts (the case of Gregory of Rimini)

Il est rappelé que la tenue des séances est soumise à accessibilité des locaux dans le contexte de l’épidémie de Covid-19. Les séances seront confirmées une semaine à l’avance sur le site Internet du Centre Léon Robin et la liste mail « Philosophie antique».

Contact

Sorbonne Université, Maison de la recherche, salle S002 (rdc)

(Texte des organisateurs)

Lien

http://www.centreleonrobin.fr/recherche/seminaires-2/l%E2%80%99h%C3%A9ritage-philosophique-de-l%E2%80%99antiquit%C3%A9-%C3%A0-l%E2%80%99%C3%A9poque-tardo-antique-et-m%C3%A9di%C3%A9vale-ousia

Centre Léon Robin

Platon et Aristote, l’ancienne académie et le néoplatonisme plotinien

 Programme de l’année 2020-2021

 

 

Programme

vendredi 27 novembre 2020, 14h30-17h30, Campus des Cordeliers, 15 rue de l’École de Médecine, salle Déjerine

Laura Castelli (Université Ludwig-Maximilian, Munich) : « Aristotle, Categories 10-11 and its Academic background »

Répondant : Thomas Bénatouïl (Université de Lille)

En raison du confinement, cette séance se tiendra par visioconférence : pour participer, s’adresser à jean-baptiste.gourinat[at]sorbonne-universite.fr).

vendredi 11 décembre, 14h30-17h30, Campus des Cordeliers, 15 rue de l’École de Médecine, salle des thèses

Andrea Capra (Université de Durham) : « Figures in the distance. Discerning the Academy in Plato’s dialogues »

Répondante : Rossella Saetta Cottone (CNRS, Centre Léon Robin)

En raison du confinement, cette séance se tiendra par visioconférence : pour participer, s’adresser à jean-baptiste.gourinat[at]sorbonne-universite.fr).

vendredi 22 janvier 2021, 14h30-17h30, salle D116, Sorbonne Université, Maison de la Recherche, 28 rue Serpente

Olivier Renaut (Université de Nanterre) : « Causes et effets de la pitié (eleos) chez Platon et Aristote »

Répondante : Cristina Viano (CNRS, Centre Léon Robin)

En raison du confinement, cette séance se tiendra par visioconférence : pour participer, s’adresser à jean-baptiste.gourinat[at]sorbonne-universite.fr).

vendredi 12 février, 14h30-17h30, salle D116, Sorbonne Université, Maison de la Recherche, 28 rue Serpente

Arnaud Macé (Université de Franche-Comté) : « L’âme végétative chez Platon et Aristote »

Répondant : David Lefebvre (Sorbonne Université, Centre Léon Robin)

En raison du confinement, cette séance se tiendra par visioconférence : pour participer, s’adresser à jean-baptiste.gourinat[at]sorbonne-universite.fr).

vendredi 19 mars, 14h30-17h30, salle D116, Sorbonne Université, Maison de la Recherche, 28 rue Serpente

Eyjólfur Emilsson (Université d’Oslo) : « Soul, technè and logismos in Plotinus »

Répondant : Riccardo Chiaradonna (Université Roma Tre)

vendredi 9 avril, 14h30-17h30, salle D116, Sorbonne Université, Maison de la Recherche, 28 rue Serpente

Laurent Lavaud (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon) : « Plotin, interprète critique de la conception aristotélicienne du mouvement »

Répondante : Alexandra Michalewski (CNRS, Centre Léon Robin)

vendredi 28 mai, 14h30-17h30, salle D116, Sorbonne Université, Maison de la Recherche, 28 rue Serpente

Francesco Fronterotta (Université de Rome – La Sapienza) : « L’âme de l’être : pantelôs on et panteles zôon chez Platon »

Répondant : Jean-Baptiste Gourinat (CNRS, Centre Léon Robin)

Nota Bene. En fonction de l’évolution de la situation sanitaire, tout ou partie du séminaire est susceptible d’avoir lieu en videoconférence.

Contact

1, RUE VICTOR COUSIN – 75005 PARIS – SECRÉTARIAT : 01 40 46 26 32 – FAX : 01 40 46 26 62

(Texte des organisateurs)

Lien :  http://centreleonrobin.fr/recherche/seminaires-2/28-recherche/seminaires/285-cycle-de-conf%C3%A9rences-l%C3%A9on-robin-platon-et-aristote,-l%E2%80%99ancienne-acad%C3%A9mie-et-le-n%C3%A9oplatonisme-plotinien

EASR

Colloque Pisa EASR 2021

Description et organisation

L’Association Européenne pour l’Etude de la Religion (European Association for the Study of Religions) organisera à l’Université de Pise la prochaine conférence annuelle, qui se tiendra du 30 août au 3 septembre 2021. On espère que la conférence pourra avoir lieu en présentiel, même si une version en ligne sera de toute façon organisée.

Le thème choisi, Resilient Religion, fait appel à la notion de religion en tant que résilience: la conférence se consacrera à étudier comment la religiosité, dans ses formes plus ou moins institutionnalisées, mais aussi au niveau de la simple croyance au surnaturel, représente un moyen efficace de réagir en situation de crise et de se rapporter au sacré, grâce à l’interaction fructueuse entre la spiritualité, l’empathie et les émotions.

L’approche de la conférence est largement interdisciplinaire, dans un sens diachronique (de l’âge de pierre à l’âge actuelle), et les perspectives des interventions sont extrêmement variées (philosophie, histoire, questions littéraires ou artistiques, approches sociologiques, psychologique, anthropologique, etc.).

Originellement choisi pour se raccorder au projet d’excellence du Department de Civiltà e Forme del Sapere qui accueillera l’événement, le thème revêt beaucoup plus d’importance à la lumière de la récente situation sanitaire.

Sur le site, qui sera périodiquement mis à jour et dans lequel une liste de diffusion spéciale sera bientôt disponible, on peut aussi déjà répondre à l’appel aux contributions (call for papers).

La date limite du 31 janvier sera surement différée, due aux circonstances actuelles.

Les contributions peuvent être rendues dans les langues européennes les plus courantes.

Programme

August 30th – Sessions

15:00 Opening Address and Welcome Speech

15:30 naugural Lecture (Barker)

16:30 ISC 5 Orthodox Christianity (Individual Short Communications)

146 Resilient Spirituality and the Challenge of Transformation ONLINE

ISC 6 Neopaganism and NRM
(Individual Short Communications)

247 An Interdisciplinary Discourse on the Semantic Links between Spirituality and Resilience ONLINE

ISC 7 Case Studies (Individual Short Communications)

ISC 8 Philosophy (Individual Short Communications)

ISC 1 Ancient Greece (Individual Short Communications)

ISC 2 Roman Religion (Individual Short Communications)

ISC 3 Early Christianity (Individual Short Communications)

ISC 4 India and China (Individual Short Communications)

August 31st – Sessions

9:00 648 Facing a Crisis: The Resilience of Catholicism in Poland

453 Contents and Social Places of Religion-Based Healing and Personal Growth Services

643-I Resilient Esotericism

81-I Resilience of Tantric, Magic, and Shamanic Practices at the “Margins” of South and Southeast Asian Religions

496 Doing (Field) Research in a Pandemic

409-I Geographies of Encounter: Multi-religious Spaces ONLINE

354 Religion Entangled: Theoretical and Methodological Reflections

287-I The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

32-I War, Peace and Resilience in the Ancient World Narratives

26-I Gods Don’t Die

30 The Concept of Religion according to the Church Fathers ONLINE

ISC 9 Modern and Contemporary Judaism
(Individual Short Communications)

300 Speaking for Islam in Europe

40-I Resilient Modalities of Religion in Chinese Societies ONLINE

11:00 Keynote Lectures (Goossaert)

Keynote Lectures (Klostergaard Petersen)

Keynote Lectures (Wiegers)

11:50 ISC 11 Religion in Poland (Individual Short Communications)

ISC 12 Religion and Health (Individual Short Communications)

643-II Resilient Esotericism

81-II Resilience of Tantric, Magic, and Shamanic Practices at the “Margins” of South and Southeast Asian Religions

328 When Healing Fails: Resilience Management in Christian Healing

409-II Geographies of Encounter: Multi-religious Spaces ONLINE

192 Evaluation, Quality Management and Member Statistics as “Resiliency Techniques” – How the Catholic Church in Europe Deals with Its Current Crises

287-II The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

32-II War, Peace and Resilience in the Ancient World Narratives

26-II Gods Don’t Die

375 Pagan Religious Resilience: Reinventing Zeus in Athenian Neoplatonism ONLINE

ISC 10 Ancient Judaism (Individual Short Communications)

97 Moderate and Radical Muslims

40-II Resilient Modalities of Religion in Chinese Societies ONLINE

12:50 109 Radical Resilience

14:40 249-I Re-enchantment in Central-Eastern Europe? Religious Change in Former Socialist Countries Revisited

158 Resilience and Transformation of Religious Communities in Eastern Europe

643-III Resilient Esotericism

81-III Resilience of Tantric, Magic, and Shamanic Practices at the “Margins” of South and Southeast Asian Religions

292-I Facing Discrimination: Religion and Agency

409-III Geographies of Encounter: Multi-religious spaces ONLINE

253 Locating Resilience, Trauma and Religion in a Transdisciplinary and Historical Perspective ONLINE

287-III The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

32-III War, Peace and Resilience in the Ancient World Narratives

26-III Gods Don’t Die

315-I Resilient Citizens: Religious Dissent and Civic Rights in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages

ISC 13 Christians, Jews and Arabs in the Middle Ages
(Individual Short Communications)

235 Institutionalism as Strategy of Resilience

40-III Resilient Modalities of Religion in Chinese Societies ONLINE

15:40 ISC 14 India (Individual Short Communications)

16: 40 249-II Re-enchantment in Central-Eastern Europe? Religious Change in Former Socialist Countries Revisited

700 Religious Toleration and Peace (RETOPEA): Engaging the Present with the Past in European Contexts

643-IV Resilient Esotericism

81-IV Resilience of Tantric, Magic, and Shamanic Practices at the “Margins” of South and Southeast Asian Religions

292-II Facing Discrimination: Religion and Agency

59 Religious Spaces and Urban Resilience ONLINE

631 Religious Narrative and Narration in the Study of Religion

287-IV The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

ISC 15 Near East and Greece (Individual Short Communications)

26-IV Gods Don’t Die

315-II Resilient Citizens: Religious Dissent and Civic Rights in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages

163 Total Devotion ONLINE

ISC 16 Silk Road (Individual Short Communications)

September 1st – Sessions

9:00 293-I Building Resilience by Peacemakers Professing Muslim and Christian Religion in the Times of Civil War in Lebanon (1975-1990)

103 Engaging for the Common Good in Pluralistic Society: Religious Organisations, Resilience, and Civic Engagement

640 The Resilience of the Memory of the Vikings: Why the Viking Age Continues to Be Reinvented

115 Visual Media on the Move

694 Pipes of Cathedrals: Anthropology of Religious Infrastructure in Post-Secular Societies ONLINE

47-I Rites, Rituals and Liturgies as “Places” of Resilience

ISC 18 Vulnerability, Religion, and Resilience (Individual Short Communications)

287-V The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

ISC 17 Ancient Egypt (Individual Short Communications)

20-I Religion as a Key Factor for Resilience: From Rome to Constantinople

217-I Chrétiens Ariens et Nicéens en Afrique Vandale (Ve-VIe siècles). Enjeux Religieux, Politiques et Culturels d’une Coexistence Difficile

64 Modalities of Resilience in the Rereading of Mystical or Religious Experience (in Italian) ONLINE

255-I Transformative Resilience: Global Adaptations of Shi‘i Islam in Times of Radical Change ONLINE

210-I Invoking the Guru ONLINE

11:00 Keynote Lectures (Lannoy)

Keynote Lectures (Pocs)

Keynote Lectures (Stoyanov)

11:50 293-II Building Resilience by Peacemakers Professing Muslim and Christian Religion in the Times of Civil War in Lebanon (1975-1990)

10-I Gender Law and Religion During the COVID-19 Health Crisis ONLINE

333-I Revelations, Networks, and Crisis in Socialist East European and Soviet New Age Underground

ISC 20 Media (Individual Short Communications)

83 Identity, Diversity and (the study of) Religion ONLINE

47-II Rites, Rituals and Liturgies as “Places” of Resilience

464 Religion and Public Schools: International Perspectives

287-VI The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

ISC 19 Ethnography (Individual Short Communications)

20-II Religion as a Key Factor for Resilience: From Rome to Constantinople

217-II Chrétiens Ariens et Nicéens en Afrique Vandale (Ve-VIe siècles). Enjeux Religieux, Politiques et Culturels d’une Coexistence Difficile

107 Resilience, Change, and Magic in Late Antiquity ONLINE

255-II Transformative Resilience: Global Adaptations of Shi‘i Islam in Times of Radical Change ONLINE

210-II Invoking the Guru ONLINE

14:40 861 Karl Kerényi and the Hungarian Science of Religions – Resilience and Varieties of Religious Entities and Ideas

10-II Gender Law and Religion During the COVID-19 Health Crisis ONLINE

333-II Revelations, Networks, and Crisis in Socialist East European and Soviet New Age Underground

ISC 22 The Notion of Religion (Individual Short Communications)

47-III Rites, Rituals and Liturgies as “Places” of Resilience

547 Cultural Immunology as a Paradigm for the Study of Resilience in Religious Traditions

287-VII The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

922 “Gurt Vös’”, A Village Ceremony (62 min) (Ethnographic Film)

20-III Religion as a Key Factor for Resilience: From Rome to Constantinople

218 Resilienza e Cristianesimo Antico: Forme e Motivi

ISC 21 Renaissance (Individual Short Communications)

16:10 General Assembly

September 2nd – Sessions

09:00 34 (I) Resilience or Resistance: Repressive Regimes and the Blurring of Boundaries Between the Political and Religious

ISC 23 Secularisation (Individual Short Communications)

7 (I) Surveying Ritual Creativity in Contemporary Paganism and New Age Prior to and During the COVID-19 Pandemic

48 (I) Embodiment in Religious Resilience

195 Discovering Resilience through Religiousness: Experiences of Power in Migration

24 (I) Resilient Religious Communities: Changing Identities, Needs, and Relations across Time and Space

269 (I) A View to Nowhere

287 (VIII) The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

174 (I) Religion as Resource of Resilience – Diachronic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

180 (I) Coping with the Krisis. Phenomena of Religious Acculturation and Enculturation: Patterns and Policies of Resilience from the Hellenistic-Roman Period and Late Antiquity

62 (I) Resilient Gnosis

209 Well Being in the Middle Ages

697 The Resilience of Lived Islam in Egypt: Voices from the Margins of Empires ONLINE

33 (I) Yes we Jain!

11:00 Keynote Lectures (Herrero)

Keynote Lectures (Illman)

Keynote Lectures (Wunn)

11:50 34 (II) Resilience or Resistance: Repressive Regimes and the Blurring of Boundaries Between the Political and Religious

2 Christianity and Sex

7 (II) Surveying Ritual Creativity in Contemporary Paganism and New Age Prior to and During the COVID-19 Pandemic

48 (II) Embodiment in Religious Resilience

ISC 25 Latin America Throughout the Ages (Individual Short Communications)

24 (II) Resilient Religious Communities: Changing Identities, Needs, and Relations across Time and Space

269 (II) A View to Nowhere

287 (IX) The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

174 (II) Religion as Resource of Resilience – Diachronic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

180 (II) Coping with the Krisis. Phenomena of Religious Acculturation and Enculturation: Patterns and Policies of Resilience from the Hellenistic-Roman Period and Late Antiquity

62 (II) Resilient Gnosis

623 Una Lunga Resilienza. Diocesi e Istituzioni Diocesane nel Pieno e nel Basso Medioevo (secc. XII-XV)

ISC 24 Islam (Individual Short Communications)

33 (II) Yes We Jain!

14:40 34 (III) Resilience or Resistance: Repressive Regimes and the Blurring of Boundaries Between the Political and Religious

45 European States and Their Regulation of ‘Minority’ Religions

7 (III) Surveying Ritual Creativity in Contemporary Paganism and New Age Prior to and During the COVID-19 Pandemic

48 (III) Embodiment in Religious Resilience

104 Religious Changes in Latin America: Beliefs, Identity & Democracy

24 (III) Resilient Religious Communities: Changing Identities, Needs, and Relations across Time and Space

ISC 27 Theoretical and Methodological Questions (Individual Short Communications)

287 (X) The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

426 Resilience Shaping Identity

256 (I) Underground Religious Spaces as Resources for Community Resilience

62 (III) Resilient Gnosis

518 (I) Erasmianism, Female Resilience, and Accommodation ONLINE

ISC 26 Contemporary Islam (Individual Short Communications)

33 (III) Yes We Jain!

16:40 34 (IV) Resilience or Resistance: Repressive Regimes and the Blurring of Boundaries Between the Political and Religious

15 Traditional Instruments and New Challenges: The Squaring of the Circle? ONLINE

407 The Resilience of Religious Visions: A Discursive Approach to Change and Resistance to Change

225 Commodifying Happiness: Self-Improvement, Self-Healing, and Faith Branding in Contemporary Religious Discourses

607 Rethinking Resilience and Religious Coping among Migrants ONLINE

24-IV Resilient Religious Communities: Changing Identities, Needs, and Relations across Time and Space (Bernardo)

408 Mothers and Untimely Deaths

287 (XI) The Resilience of the Science of Religion(s) between Hermeneutics and History

320 Resilience, Domination, and Inequality in the Ancient Funerary World

256 (II) Underground Religious Spaces as Resources for Community Resilience

360 ‘Pagans’ and Gnostics in Late Antiquity. Strategies of ‘Doctrinal Resilience’ ONLINE

518 (II) Erasmianism, Female Resilience, and Accommodation ONLINE

148 Islam and Muslim Communities in Latin America and the Caribbean: Narratives of Resilience and Change

33 (IV) Yes We Jain!

September 3rd – Sessions

9:00 846 Resilience or Survival? The Role of Ethnicity, Religion and Culture in the Economy and Identity of Romanian, Hungarian, German, Slovak, Ruthenian and Jewish people in the Partium Region of the European Union

ISC 29 Resilient Spirituality (Individual Short Communications)

ISC 30 Esotericism (Individual Short Communications)

185 (I) Resilient Visual Mosaics: Transformation Processes in Arts and Religions ONLINE

788 British Ritual Resilience under a Pandemic: The BRIC-19 Project ONLINE

286 (I) Negotiating the Crisis: The Role of Sanctuaries as Places of Resilient Religious Experiences (Campione / Carnevale / Laghezza)

475 Representing and Teaching Religious Cultures ONLINE

482 (I) Change, Order, Remembrance: Crisis and Religion in the Ancient Near East ONLINE

953 Imperial Cult

394 (I) Spatializing Religious Competition in Late Antiquity

ISC 28 Late Antiquity (Individual Short Communications)

11:00 Keynote Lectures (Bronkhorst)

Keynote Lectures (Thomassen)

Keynote Lectures (Timus)

11h50 291 (I) Religion in Central and Eastern Europe – Towards an Auto-interpretative Perspective

395 (I) The Voices from the Outskirts: Discourses on Religion and Resilience in Modern Contexts

719 From the Ashes

185 (II) Resilient Visual Mosaics: Transformation Processes in Arts and Religions ONLINE

9 (I) Religious Minorities and Covid-19 ONLINE

286 (II) Negotiating the Crisis: The Role of Sanctuaries as Places of Resilient Religious Experiences

470 Resilient Pilgrimage (Bowman)

482 (II) Change, Order, Remembrance: Crisis and Religion in the Ancient Near East ONLINE

394 (II) Spatializing Religious Competition in Late Antiquity

ISC 31 Late Antiquity and Middle Ages (Individual Short Communications)

14:40 291 (II) Religion in Central and Eastern Europe – Towards an Auto-interpretative Perspective

395 (II) The Voices from the Outskirts: Discourses on Religion and Resilience in Modern Context

135 Soka Gakkai: Resilience and Solidarity in a Global Buddhist Movement

ISC 32 Alternative Spiritualities (Individual Short Communications)

9 (II) Religious Minorities and Covid-19 ONLINE

286 (III) Negotiating the Crisis: The Role of Sanctuaries as Places of Resilient Religious Experiences

61 (I) Russian Old Believers (in Russian with English summary) ONLINE

482 (III) Change, Order, Remembrance: Crisis and Religion in the Ancient Near East ONLINE

370 (I) Recovering from Crises – Forging Resilience: The Role of Religious Narratives in Fashioning Socio-Political Stability in Antiquity ONLINE

662 (I) Dinamiche Rituali e Strategie di Resilienza nella Tardoantichità ONLINE

211 The Resilience of Religious Minorities: Examples from the Middle Ages

16:40 308 Religious Security as a Factor of Resilience in a Pandemic Situation in Ukraine ONLINE

108 Life, Death, and Esoteric Resilience: A Case Study of Archeosophy

ISC 33 Alternative spiritualities (Individual Short Communications)

9 (III) Religious minorities and Covid-19 ONLINE

61 (II) Russian Old Believers (in Russian with English summary) ONLINE

482 (IV) Change, Order, Remembrance: Crisis and Religion in the Ancient Near East ONLINE

370 (II) Recovering from Crises – Forging Resilience: The Role of Religious Narratives in Fashioning Socio-Political Stability in Antiquity ONLINE

662 (II) Dinamiche Rituali e Strategie di Resilienza nella Tardoantichità ONLINE

608 Cujus Regio, Ejus Religio? Glimpses of Resiliences in and from Ancient Times and the Middle Ages ONLINE

18:30 Closing Ceremony

Contact

Chiara Tommasi – Chiara.tommasi@unipi.it

(Texte des organisateurs)

Lien

www.easr2021.org

Oikos

Intellectual Life in Late Antiquity

 

Programme 

Wednesday, December 4th, Utrecht

Matthias Haake (Universität Münster): Philosophy and Philosophising in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Towards a Cultural History of Philosophy between Innovation and Tradition (6th century BCE – 7th century CE)

Venue: Universiteit Utrecht, Janskerkhof 13, 0.06 (Department of Philosophy Religious Studies), 13.00-14.00h

Workshop: Intellectual life in late antiquity

Monday, December 9thNijmegen 13.00-13.45h

Jeroen Wijnendaele (Ghent University): Emperors, Officials, and the Grim Reaper – Can we measure ‘the Fall’ of the western Roman empire?

response by Daniëlle Slootjes

 13.45-14.30h

Arthur Oosthout (KU Leuven): Mereological or Metaphysical? Navigating the various interpretations of Proclus El. Theol. 67-69

response by Marije Martijn

 Break

 14.45-15.30h

Thibaut Lejeune (KU Leuven): Assimilation to God: living the ascetic life in late Neoplatonism

response by Albert Joosse                                                              

Break

 16.00-17.00h KEY-NOTE:

Edward Watts (UC San Diego): Hypatia in the Age of Justinian

Contact

Venue: Radboud University Nijmegen, SP A 00.09 (Spinoza building, RU campus)

(Text by the organisers) 

Link

https://www.rug.nl/research/research-let/onderzoekscholen/oikos/?lang=en