Summary

9 Salt Research Seminar

The 9 SALT Research Seminar on Intellectual History of the Mediterranean World III

presents:

John MARENBON (University of Cambridge)

EARLY MEDIEVAL LOGIC AND LANGUAGE
Towards a Philosophic-Contextual Approach

with a response by Christophe Erismann (Universität Wien)

9 June 2016
18:15-20:00

Auditorium, Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Postgasse 7/1/3rd floor
1010 Vienna


The 9 SALT Research Seminar on Intellectual History of the Mediterranean World II

presents:

Erik HERMANS (Institute for the Study of the Ancient World New York University)

The Eastern and Western Parallels
of Early Byzantine Education

with a response by Byron MacDougall (Universität Wien)

2 June 2016
18:30-20:00

Auditorium, Institute of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Postgasse 7/1/3rd floor
1010 Vienna


The 9 SALT Research Seminar on Intellectual History of the Mediterranean World I

presents:

Emiliano FIORI (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

SERGIUS OF RESH'AYNA AND HIS INTELLECTUAL PROJECT.
Medicine, Logic, and Mysticism in 6th Century Mesopotamia

with a response by Adam McCollum (Universität Wien)

12 May 2016
18:30-20:00

Auditorium, Institute of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Postgasse 7/1/3rd floor
1010 Vienna