Christmas Wishes

Ladies and Gentlemen,

please accept our wishes of happy Christmas filled with sincere joy and beautiful moments, may all your dreams come true in the upcoming year!

Team of the Ceraneum Center

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The latest publication by Łódź paleoslavist

We are proud to present the third volume of the “Series Ceranea” by Ph.D. Małgorzata Skowronek from the Department of Slavic Philology at the University of Łódź:

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Małgorzata Skowronek, Palaea Historica. The Second Slavonic Translation: Commentary and Text, Series Ceranea tom 3, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2016

The volume presents critical edition of the second Slavonic translation of the Palaea Historica. The edition is preceded by an introduction, which discusses the origins and characteristics of the literary relic as well as the history of its reception amongst the Slavs.

New project of the Ceraneum Centre member

We are pleased to announce that in June 2016 mgr Andrzej Hołasek, a member of the Ceraneum Centre and doctoral student in the Department of History of Byzantium, gained a Grant of the National Science Centre (the Etiuda 4 program, panel HS), entitled Christian everyday life in East according to the Church normative sources (IV-V Century). The project is implemented in cooperation with the Pontificio Istituto Orientale in Rome. During the project (2016–2017) mgr A. Hołasek will take a three-month research internship at the PIO in Rome.

New Members of the Ceraneum Centre

We are pleased to announce that on June 21, 2016 the following people have been accepted as Members of the Ceraneum Centre:

– Dr. Martina Čechová, Slovanský ústav Akademie věd ČR

– Dr hab. prof. US Ewa Gajda, Uniwersytet Szczeciński

– Assoc. Prof. Nadezhda Hristova, „St Cyril and St Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo

– Assoc. Prof. Nikolay Kanev, „St Cyril and St Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo

– Dr Magdalena Koźluk, Katedra Filologii Romańskiej UŁ

– Dr. Yvonne Loske, Katedra Filologii Klasycznej UŁ

– Mgr Jan Morawicki, doktorant w Katedrze Filologii Słowiańskiej UŁ

– Dr. Nikolay (Hrissimov) Nikolov, „St Cyril and St Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo

– Prof. Plamen Pavlov, „St Cyril and St Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo

– Assoc. Prof. Stefan Yordanov, „St Cyril and St Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo.

Photo gallery

We invite you to browse the photo gallery from the conference The Bible in the Byzantine-Slavic World – from Liturgical Books to Printed Scripture, held on 19–21 May 2016 in Łódź.

International Conference „The Bible in the Byzantine-Slavic World – from Liturgical Books to Printed Scripture”

Ladies and Gentlemen,

below you can find a programme and a poster of the international conference The Bible in the Byzantine-Slavic World – from Liturgical Books to Printed Scripture:

Programme

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Happy Easter

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May you feel the hope of new beginnings, love, peace and happiness
during this joyful Easter holiday!

Team of the Ceraneum Centre

A new publishing venture of the Ceraneum Centre – Series Ceranea

We are proud to present the first volumes of the “Series Ceranea” – a new publishing venture of the Ceraneum Centre.

Series Ceranea tom 1
Średniowieczne herezje dualistyczne na Bałkanach. Źródła słowiańskie [Medieval Dualistic Heresy in the Balkans. Slavic Sources]

opracowanie, przekład i komentarze Georgi Minczew, Małgorzata Skowronek, Jan Mikołaj Wolski
Series Ceranea tom 1, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2015

The first volume is a selection of sources of Slavic provenance, concerning the dualist heresies widespread in the Balkan Peninsula in the Middle Ages. Selected excerpts of 15 source texts are cited in the original language version, accompanied by a Polish translation and equipped with a commentary on their content and history.

Series Ceranea tom 2
Arystoksenos z Tarentu Harmonika [Harmonics by Aristoxenus of Tarentum]

przekład, wstęp i komentarze Anna Maciejewska
Series Ceranea tom 2, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2015

The second volume consists of a Polish translation of the Harmonics by Aristixenus of Tarentum, accomplished by explanatory footnotes and preceded by an introduction.

New members of the Ceraneum Centre

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We are pleased to announce that on January 20, 2016 the following people have been accepted as Members of the Ceraneum Centre:

– prof. Oleg Alexandrov, University of Veliko Tarnovo “St. Cyril and St. Methodius”

– dr hab. Idaliana Kaczor, Katedra Filologii Klasycznej UŁ

– dr Justyna Kroczak, Zakład Historii Filozofii, Uniwersytet Zielonogórski

– prof. Lachezar Perchekliyski, South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Blagoevgrad

– dr Joanna Rybowska, Katedra Filologii Klasycznej UŁ

– dr Marcin Wasilewski, Zakład Pedagogiki Filozoficznej UŁ.

Ceraneum Centre – part of the International Research Network Pax Byzantino-Slava

We are pleased to announce that in December 2015 the Ceraneum Centre, University of Łódź was invited to become a part of the International Research Network Pax Byzantino-Slava. Currently 22 research centers, institutes, academies, departments and associations from Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Polish, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland and Italy establish the Network. The main task of the Network is to support the mutual cooperation of the said institutions, intercultural exchange, and the transfer of knowledge and research results in the area of Byzantine-Slavic relations and mediaeval studies. In accordance with the the provisions of the Convention, the chairperson of the Network for the next two years will be prof. Dragiša Bojović Research, Center for Byzantine-Slavic Studies, University in Niš (Serbia).

Full list of the members of the International Research Network Pax Byzantino-Slava:

1. Center for Byzantine-Slavic Studies, University of Niš

2. Institute for Byzantine Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade

3. Center for Slavo-Byzantine Studies “Ivan Dujčev”, University of Sofia

4. Serbian Committee for Byzantine Studies (member of the International Association of

Byzantine Studies), Belgrade

5. Center for the Research of the Cultural Heritage of Cyril and Methodius, Thessaloniki

6. Cyrillo-Methodian Research Center, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia

7. Serbian Society for Byzantine and Hellenic Studies, Belgrade

8. Center for Byzantine and Hellenic Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

9. Center for Cypriot Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

10. Center for Historical Geography and Historical Demography, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade

11. Center for Advanced Studies of Patristics and Byzantine Spiritual Legacy, University of Sofia

12. Center for Church Studies, Niš

13. Institute of Slavonic Philology of the Jagiellonian University of Krakow

14. Institute of Slavic Philology of the University Adam Mickiewicz in Poznan

15. International Center for Orthodox Studies, Niš

16. Department of Slavonic Studies of Academy Ambrosiana, Milan

17. Moscow Theological Academy, Sergiev Posad

18. Institute of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Bern

19. Center for Byzantine Research of Artistotle University, Thessaloniki

20. Waldemar Ceran Research Centre for the History and Culture of the Mediterranean Area and South-East Europe (Ceraneum), University of Łódź

21. Institute for Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Tbilisi State University

22. Association “A Dialogue between Cultures – XXI”, Tbilisi.