Princeton University Program in Hellenic Studies May 12, 2006 When Culture Dreams Empire: 'Byzantium' as Usable Past morning session: 9: 30 a m. – 12: 30 p m. Chair: Dimitri Gondicas



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Princeton University

Program in Hellenic Studies

May 12, 2006
When Culture Dreams Empire: 'Byzantium' as Usable Past

MORNING SESSION: 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Chair: Dimitri Gondicas (Princeton University)

Introduction: Petre Guran (Princeton University)
"Third Rome" and "Crypto-empire": From history to historiography

George Majeska (University of Maryland)
Doesn't it lose something in the translation? Some Remarks on the appropriation of Byzantine culture in Russia

Nikos Chrissidis (Southern Connecticut State University)
Was there Byzantium after Byzantium? The evidence from Russia in the seventeenth century

Molly Greene (Princeton University)
Greek merchants and the Catholic Reformation

Petre Guran (Princeton University)
God explains to Patriarch Athanasios the fall of Constantinople: I. S. Peresvetov and the impasse of political theology



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