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Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies Conference

3rd Annual Edinburgh International Graduate Conference

November 22, 2019 – November 23, 2019
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Standard Delegate Fee: £40
Delegate fee for graduate speakers and presenters: £15
Delegate Fee for University of Edinburgh students and staff: £15
Delegate fee for postgraduate: £20

Appleton Tower, 11 Crichton St., Edinburgh, EH8 9LE

This conference and will tackle the notion of inertia and the implications accompanying it for Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine history from 500-1500 CE.

Historical discourse has long concerned itself with patterns of change and discontinuity to demonstrate and validate models of periodisation and the compartmentalisation of the wider historical field. Building on these themes, this conference has chosen to focus on the opposing view by concentrating on inertia – how history, material culture, ideas and communities can be seen to maintain a stayed course or deviate if a significant force is exerted upon it. Inertia, a concept that has yet to be applied to mainstream Late Antique studies, introduces perspectives and frameworks that permit new approaches to traditional processes.

Hosted by the Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Society of the University of Edinburgh.

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