News from the ByzRes Independent Research Group

Dr Georgios Liakopoulos from the Palaeo-Science and History (PS&H) Independent Max Planck Research Group will give a Summer Course (22-26 July 2019) at FU Berlin. Registration and attendance are free, and registration is open until 30 June!

Summer Course: Comprehending "Byzantium after Byzantium" - An Introduction to Ottoman Historical Sources

Dr Georgios Liakopoulos from the Palaeo-Science and History (PS&H) Independent Max Planck Research Group will give a Summer Course (22-26 July 2019) at FU Berlin. Registration and attendance are free, and registration is open until 30 June! [more]
Adam Izdebski, Independent Group Leader of PS&H, initiated and co-edited a new volume, the first of its kind for the history of the first millennium AD, written by scientists, historians and archaeologists.

New Book: "Environment and Society during the long Late Antiquity"

Adam Izdebski, Independent Group Leader of PS&H, initiated and co-edited a new volume, the first of its kind for the history of the first millennium AD, written by scientists, historians and archaeologists. [more]
The colloquim aims to bring together for the first time interdisciplinary projects on climate and environmental change that work on two different “human pasts”: history and prehistory.

PS&H co-hosts annual Climate Change and History Research Initiative Colloquium

The colloquim aims to bring together for the first time interdisciplinary projects on climate and environmental change that work on two different “human pasts”: history and prehistory. [more]
The group, which began in September 2018, will investigate the Eastern Roman Empire, known as Byzantium, and the ways in which its population responded to environmental changes.

New Max Planck Independent Research Group “Byzantine Resilience: Environmental History of the Eastern Romans (ByzRes)” headed by Dr. Adam Izdebski

The group, which began in September 2018, will investigate the Eastern Roman Empire, known as Byzantium, and the ways in which its population responded to environmental changes. [more]
 
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