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ByzIDeo - a blog for the promotion of research and scholarly dialogue on ideology and identity in Byzantine, Late Antique and Medieval Studies

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  Blog Info ByzIDeo is the e-portal of the research project "Ideologies under scrutiny: Differentiated perceptions of Romanimperial ideals in Byzantine society (7th-12th c.)" financed by the Austrian Science Fund (Project-no.P24752) and hosted at the University of Vienna. Its aim is to promote exchange of scholarly knowledgeand comparative work on the project's research subjects. Apart from providing information on the activities and results of the project, it wants to offer a forumfor scholars and students of Late Antiquity, Byzantium and Medieval Europe, focusing on social history in general and questions of ideology and identity in particular, to exchange findings and information intheir fields of research. Within the framework of scholarly cooperation and interaction, the blog is intended:1) to disseminate news about scholarly events connected to the project or related to the project'sthematic areas. For this reason, we invite researchers to use the blog to announce conferences,presentations and new publications relevant to the blog's research subjects.2) to function as a database of relevant research (on doctoral, postdoctoral and senior level) that iscurrently carried out in universities and research institutions worldwide. For this reason, we inviteresearchers to present their thematically relevant research projects through the blog (title, summary).3) to disseminate information on source material, field bibliography as well as on bibliography of critical theory (e.g. sociological theory, ideology critique, modern literary theory). For this reason, weinvite researchers to make suggestions that will help to enrich the current bibliographical lists of the blog on a regular basis.
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