Annual Katie Lentakis Award, with the Anglo-Hellenic League (co-organizer John Kittmer)
15 June 2020, 18:00 to 20:00
Strand Campus , London
‘Venice on the Bosphorus: The Last Centuries of Constantinople’
This is a richly illustrated talk about the major changes that impacted on the society and economy of the city of Constantinople and consequently on its appearance.
Dionysios Stathakopoulos has been teaching at King's College London since 2005. He read Byzantine and Medieval History at the University of Münster and received his PhD from the University of Vienna. He is a social historian of the Byzantine world and has published widely on epidemics and famines, the practice and practitioners of medicine, charity, poverty and remembrance. His latest book is A Short History of the Byzantine Empire (2014), recently translated in Greek, Turkish and Estonian. He is currently working on a monograph on wealth, consumption and inequality in the late Byzantine Empire and another on the cultural history of the late Byzantine aristocracy.
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