"Intellectual Exchange and Religious Diversity in Antioch (CE 350-450)"

Tagung im Kloster Kappel, 09. - 12. Juli 2014

  • Silke-Petra Bergjan, Zürich (CH): "Typisch 'antiochenisch'? Schisma oder Fraktionalisierung unter den Christen Antiochiens im 4. und 5. Jahrhundert"
  • Rudolf Brändle, Basel (CH): "Die Reden 'Adversus Iudaeos' (386/387) von Johannes Chrysostomos im Kontext der multikulturellen Metropole Antiochien"
  • Gunnar Brands, Halle (Saale, D): "Minima Archaeologica. Anmerkungen zur Archäologie Antiochias in der Spätantike"
  • Susanna Elm, Berkeley (CA, USA): "Is Late Roman Historiography Antiochene Historiography?"
  • Benjamin Gleede, Zürich (CH): "'Antiochene' Theological Traditions in the Pseudojustinian Corpus"
  • Johannes Hahn, Münster (D): "The Antiochene Olympics: City, Agon & Christianization in Late Antiquity"
  • Gavin Kelly, Edinburgh (UK): "The Antiochene template in Ammianus' Language and Though"
  • Marie Kleine, Münster (D): "Worshipping the Martyrs in Syrian Antioch as a Source of Innovation for Urban Topography and Religious Rivalry"
  • Blake Leyerle, Notre Dame (IN, USA): "Imagining Antioch, or the Fictional Space of Alleys and Markets"
  • Jaclyn L. Maxwell, Athens (OH, USA): "The Voice of the People of Antioch in John Chrysostom's Sermons and Libanius' Orations"
  • Wendy Mayer, Banyo (AUS): "John Chrysostom as a Son of Hellenism - a Christian Philosopher rooted in Antiochene Paideia"
  • Ioannis Papadogiannakis, London (UK): "Building, and Transforming Communities Through Homiletics in Antioch: The Role of Emotions"
  • Catherine Saliou, Saint Denis (F): "Libanios' 'Antiochikos': Mirror of a City? Antioch in 356: Praise and Reality"
  • Isabella Sandwell, Bristol (UK): "Teaching Christianity in Antioch: the Preaching of John Chrysostom?"
  • Adam Schor, Columbia (SC, USA): "Instituting Clerical Expertise: The 'Apostolic Constitutions' in Socio-Cultural Context"
  • Tina Shepardson, Knoxville (TN, USA): "Bodies on Display: Deploying the Saints in the Religious Competitions of Late Antique Antioch"
  • Niketas Siniossoglou, Athen (GR): "Language and Authority in Julian's 362 Rescript against Christian Teachers"
  • Jan Stenger, Glasgow (UK): "A Rhetorical Feud over Symbolic Space: Libanius, Chrysostom and the Temple of Apollo at Daphne"
  • Claudia Tiersch, Berlin (D): "Julian, Antiochia und seine Bürger"
  • Edward Watts, San Diego (CA, USA): "Old Age in the Antioch of the 390s: A reappraisal of Libanius' Second Collection of Letters"
  • Jorit Wintjes, Würzburg (D): "Libanius und die bärbeißigen Kappadokier - zu einem alten Problem"