Session at IMC Leeds 2016

The Presbyters’ Project organized two sessions “Social Networks of Clergy in Late Antiquity” on the International Medieval Congress in Leeds.

Schedule:

Session 510

Tuesday 5 July 2016

09:00-11:30, Leeds Univeristy Union: Room 2 – Elland Road

1. Rivalry between Presbyters and Deacons in the Roman Church: The Witness of Ambrosiaster, De iactantia Romanorum levitarum (Q. 101)
David Hunter (University of Kentucky, US)
2. Competition within Clergy in Late Antique Epigraphic Evidence
Isabelle Mossong (Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik, München, Germany)
3. ‘Tam grande scandalum’: Concilium Arelatense in Causa Fausti, and the Dispute over the Right to Ordain Clerics – The Insight into the Relationships between Monastic and Non-Monastic Clergymen?
Jerzy Szafranowski (University of Warsaw, Poland)

Session 610

Tuesday 5 July 2016

11:15-12:45, Leeds Univeristy Union: Room 2 – Elland Road

1. Friends and Enemies: The Female Relationships of Late Antique Clerics in Exile
Julia Hillner (University of Sheffield, UK)
2. Eating with Heretics: Nicene Clergy toward Homoian Communities in the Successor Kingdoms
Marta Szada (University of Warsaw, Poland)
3. Managing Expectations in a Western Ascetic Network: Augustine, Paulinus of Nola, Sulpicius Severus
Michael Williams (Maynooth University, Republic of Ireland)
4. Open Courtesy and Hidden Rivalry in Salutatory Formulas of Clerics’ Letters in Late Antiquity
Stanisław Adamiak (University of Warsaw, Poland)

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