The Assemani Seminar for Eastern Catholic History

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The Assemani Seminar for Eastern Catholic History 

Convened by Tomasz Hen-Konarski and Jared Warren

The Assemani Seminar for Eastern Catholic History is a series of online events that aims to create a common platform for conversation between scholars interested in the history of various Eastern Catholic communities from the Middle Ages until today. The main goal of this initiative is to enable exchange between scholars specialised in different periods and regions, most prominentlythe ones studying the Easern European Uniates/Greek Catholics and experts in the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern communities of non-Latin Catholics and other Christians. Each seminar will take place in a roundtable format with two or three informal presentations followed by a general discussion. The schedule of talks and registration link follows:


26 January


Tia Kolbaba (Rutgers U); Christian Raffensperger (Wittenberg U)

15 February


Marie-Hélène Blanchet (CNRS); Heleen L. Murre-van den Berg (Radboud U); Anastacia Wooden (Catholic U of America)

10 March

Transfers and encounters

Bernard Heyberger (EPHE Paris); Lucy Parker (U of Oxford)

6 April

Monasticism and knowledge

Ivan Almes (Ukrainian Catholic U); Carsten Walbiner (Catholic U of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)

4 May


Thomas Bremer (U of Munster); Katherine Younger (IWM Vienna)

6 June

Modern identities and politics

Kathryn David (Vanderbilt U); Georges Fahmi (European U Institute); Candace Lukasik (Washington U St. Louis)


Please register here: