Religions in Conflict: From Polemics to Wars (Late Antiquity - 18th Century)
About Programme Abstracts

Marie-France Auzépy (Université de Paris VIII):
A Moment of Conflict Inside Christianity: The Byzantine Iconoclasm

Philip Benedict (Brown University):
From Polemics to Wars: The Curious Case of the House of Guise and the Outbreak of the French Wars of Religion

Henriette-Rika Benveniste (University of Thessaly):
On the Language of Conversion: Visigothic Spain revisited

Robin Cormack (Courtauld Institute of Art):
From Invisible to Visible: Why did Early Christian Art change?

Denis Crouzet (Université de Paris IV, Sorbonne):
Le zèle catholique au temps des troubles de la Ligue

Maria Efthymiou (University of Athens):
Greeks and Jews during the Greek Revolution of 1821: The Reasons of the Confrontation

Maria Evangelatou (Dumbarton Oaks):
Biblical Conflicts in the Service of Iconophile Polemics: The Case of the 9th Century Psalter Illustration

Costas Gaganakis (Univeristy of Athens):
Religious Zeal and Political Expediency on the the Eve of the French Wars of Religion

Effie Gazi (University of Thessaly):
Reading the Ancients: Remnants of Byzantine Controversies in the Greek National Narrative

James Given (Irvine, University of California):
Chasing Phantoms: Philip IV and the Fantastic

Paris Gounaridis (University of Thessaly):
John Italos: A Reconsideration of his Trial

Despina Iosif (London University):
New Testament Teachings on the Legitimacy of Christian Participation in Warfare

Paraskevas Konortas (University of Thessaly):
Conflits religieux et coexistence politique à Christians against Christians: The Earliest Stage of a Long History

Dimitris Kyrtatas (University of Thessaly)
Christians against Christians: The Earliest Stage of a Long History

Ora Limor (Tel-Aviv, Open University):
Mary and the Jews: Three Witness Stories

Orestis Lindermayer (University of Crete):
Anti-Greek Demonology in Pagan Rome and its Influence on the Development of the Christian Text of the Revelation of John

Robert Moore (University of Newcastle):
Making Enemies: The Latin Church in the Age of Reform

Maria Vassilaki (University of Thessaly):
Religions in Conflict: The Case of Venetian Crete

2004: Univeristy of Thessaly - Department. of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology