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2012 Annual Byzantine Studies Conference
The Byzantine Studies Conference is an annual forum for the presentation and discussion of papers embodying current research on all aspects of Byzantine history and culture. Two items from University of Michigan collections will be discussed in papers given at the conference: the smaller of two fragments of an early papyrus roll with a later Byzantine codex (Ms. 50). Graduate students giving papers at the Byzantine Studies Conference who do not reside in the area of the conference are entitled to partial reimbursement of travel expenses. When: Nov. 15 - 20, 2012 Where: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 434 South State St. Ann Arbor, MI, 48109 734.764.9304 byzantinestudies@umich.edu Registration: www.byzantinestudies.umich.edu Register Now Follow us on Twitter: @byzantineconference Sponsors:

Conference website: www.umich.edu/~byzantine

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2012 ANNUAL BYZANTINE STUDIES CONFERENCE

NOV. 15 - 20, 2012

The Byzantine Studies Conference is an annual forum for the presentation and discussion of papers embodying current research on all aspects of Byzantine history and culture. Two items from University of Michigan collections will be discussed in papers given at the conference: the smaller of two fragments of an early papyrus roll with a later Byzantine codex (Ms. 50). Graduate students giving papers at the Byzantine Studies Conference who do not reside in the area of the conference are entitled to partial reimbursement of travel expenses. Registration: www.byzantinestudies.umich.edu Follow us on Twitter: @byzantineconference Sponsors:

434 South State St. Ann Arbor, MI, 48109 734.764.9304 byzantinestudies@umich.edu

SPONSORS:

2012 ANNUAL BYZANTINE STUDIES CONFERENCE

2012 Annual Byzantine Studies Conference November 15 - 20, 2012
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 434 South State St. Ann Arbor, MI, 48109 734.764.9304 byzantinestudies@umich.edu

The Byzantine Studies Conference is an annual forum for the presentation and discussion of papers embodying current research on all aspects of Byzantine history and culture. Two items from University of Michigan collections will be discussed in papers given at the conference: the smaller of two fragments of an early papyrus roll with a later Byzantine codex (Ms. 50). Graduate students giving papers at the Byzantine Studies Conference who do not reside in the area of the conference are entitled to partial reimbursement of travel expenses.

Registration: www.byzantinestudies.umich.edu Follow us on Twitter: @byzantineconference

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