Publikationen

Publikationen

Protective and Fierce: The Emperor as a Lion in Contact with Foreigners ans his Subjects in Twelfth- and Early Thirteenth-Century Byzantine Court Literature. In: Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Byzantine World, c.300-1500 AD. Selected Papers from the XVII International Graduate Conference of the Oxford University Byzantine Society. Hrsg. v. Kirsty Stewart und James Moreton Wakeley. Oxford [u.A.] 2016 (Byzantine and Neohellenic Studies, Bd. 14), S. 159-174.

Der Xenon des Pantokratorklosters in Konstantinopel – Standard oder Ideal? In: Skriptum 3,1 (2013), S. 31-54. (Online: URN: urn:nbn:de:0289-2013051788)

Vorträge auf Tagungen und Workshops

16.9.2016: Tagung des Graduiertenkollegs 1876 “Frühe Konzepte von Mensch und Natur”: „Finding, Inheriting or Borrowing? Construction and Transfer of Knowledge about Man and Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages“, Mainz
Vortragstitel: Beasts of Prey as Literary images for Exclusion and Vilification in Byzantine Political Discourse (XII c.)

26.8.2016: 23. International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Belgrad
Vortragstitel: Criticism of public animal fights and ecclesiastical attitudes towards hunting in 12th century Byzantium

20.5.2016: 6th Annual Workshop of the Graduate Exchange in Late Antique, Byzantine and Early Medieval History between the University of Vienna, Oxford, Mainz, Freie Universität Berlin and Princeton, Princeton, NJ
Vortragstitel: A lion protecting the flock – Byzantine emperors depicted by lion imagery in twelfth and thirteenth century court literature

15.6.2015: Doktorandenkolloquium der Byzantinistik Mainz und Köln, Köln
Vortragstitel: Tiersymbolik im höfischen Herrschaftsdiskurs der Komnenen-, Angeloi- und frühen Laskaridenzeit aus kultursemiotischer und diskursanalytischer Perspektive

28.2.2015: Oxford University Byzantine Society’s XVII International Graduate Conference 2015: Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Byzantine World, Oxford
Vortragstitel: Protective and fierce: the emperor depicted as a lion in the context of his subjects and foreign cultures in 12th and 13th century court literature