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Lectures on the history of the Latin presence in Cyprus

Date:

01/18/2019


Lectures on the history of the Latin presence in Cyprus

The Representative of the Latin Community at the House of Representatives of the Republic of Cyprus, Mrs. Antonella Mantovani, in collaboration with the Department of History & Archaeology of the University of Cyprus, is organizing from January to May 2019 a series of lectures which outline the Latin presence and influence on Cyprus during the last millennium.

A certificate of participation from the University of Cyprus will be given to the participants of each presentation.

All presentations will be open to the public and free of charge.

Schedule


Tuesday 22 January - Cyprus under the Latin rule (1191-1571)

Associate Professor Aggel Nicolaou-Konnari, Department of History & Archaeology, University of Cyprus
At Pattichion Municipal Museum/Historical Archives (next to Municipal Gardens) in Limassol at 19.30 hrs
The lecture will be in GREEK

Tuesday 29 January - The Art of Lusignan & Venetian Cyprus
Assistant Professor Michalis Olympios, Department of History & Archaeology, University of Cyprus
At the Centre of Visual Arts and Research (CVAR) in Nicosia at 19.30 hrs
The lecture will be in ENGLISH

Tuesday 19 February - The Latins of Cyprus after the Ottoman conquest of 1570/1
PhD Candidate Valandis Papadamou, Department of History & Archaeology, Interdepartmental Postgraduate Programme in Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies, University of Cyprus
At the Center of Visual Arts and Research (CVAR) in Nicosia at 19.30 hrs
The lecture will be in GREEK

Tuesday 19 March - The Latin Community of Cyprus in the 18th century
Dr Iosif Hadjikyriakos, Director of the Phivos Stavrides Foundation – Larnaca Archives
At the Phivos Stavrides Foundation in Larnaca at 19.30 hrs
The lecture will be in GREEK

Tuesday 2 April - The consulates of Latins in Cyprus during the Ottoman period
Associate Professor Theocharis Stavrides, Department of Turkish & Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cyprus
At the Phivos Stavrides Foundation in Larnaca at 19.30 hrs
The lecture will be in GREEK

Tuesday 21 May - Aspects of the history of Latins of Cyprus in the 20th century
Associate Professor Petros Papapolyviou, Chairperson of the Department of History & Archaeology, University of Cyprus
At the Centre of Visual Arts and Research (CVAR) in Nicosia at 19.30 hrs
Language to be confirmed


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