Call for Papers
“What’s New in Byzantine Studies?”
Deadline: 15th July 2023
Porphyra, the international academic journal of Byzantine studies, is finally back online and, looking forward to its 20th anniversary, is calling for papers. This year’s issue will be entirely dedicated to reviews and bibliographic reports and the editorial board is thus asking scholars to send their contributions with regards to the latest publications within the field of Byzantine studies (including history, literature, philology, art history, archaeology, paleography, codicology, history of music, etc.) and its related subjects.
Reviews or simple bibliographic reports may cover, but are not limited to, recent monographies, collective works, scholarly editions of unedited material relevant to the Byzantine world, congress proceedings, catalogues of exhibitions as well as particularly relevant articles or essays.
The length of the contributions should be between 850 and 2500 words, the accepted languages are Italian, English and French and the authors are required to follow the editorial rules of the journal, which are found in our website.
The authors should send their papers in .doc and .pdf format by the 15th July 2023 to the following e-mail addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Author: Dr. Bernard Mulholland
Dr. Bernard Mulholland is a Byzantinist, archaeologist, historian and Patristics scholar with a Ph.D. in history (QUB, 2012).
Bernard's publications include:
Bernard Mulholland, Nazareth Quest (2022).
Bernard Mulholland, The man from MENSA - 1 of 600: Mensa research (2016).
---, The man from MENSA - 1 of the 600: Politics 1990-1995 (2016).
---, Ratio analysis of financial KPI in the Higher Education sector: a case study (2018).
---, Early Byzantine Ireland: a survey of the archaeological evidence (2021).
---, Navan Fort, Ireland: archaeological and palaeoecological analysis (2021).
---, The Early Byzantine Christian Church (Oxford, 2014).
---, 'Identification of Early Byzantine Constantinopolitan, Syrian, and Roman church plans in the Levant and some possible consequences', Patristic Studies in the twenty-first century: proceedings of an international conference to mark the 50th anniversary of the International Association of Patristic Studies, ed. Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony, Theodore de Bruyn and Carol Harrison (Turnhout, 2015), 597-633.
Mulholland, B. (2021). 'Can archaeology inform the climate change debate?' Academia Letters, Article4385. https://doi.org/10.20935/AL4385
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