'New Rome': Christianity & Culture in the Byzantine Empire

Speaker(s): Andrea Sterk
Date: June 27 - July 8, 2005
Length: 12:40:04
Product ID: RGDL3514S

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This course will survey the history of Christianity in the Byzantine Empire from the founding of Constantinople ('New Rome') to its capture by the Ottoman Turks. The listener will be introduced to major theological and cultural ideas that characterized the Byzantine church and will encourage a fresh encounter with this vital tradition of Christian faith. 10 Lectures (12.75 hrs)

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Andrea Sterk is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Florida and has previously taught at Notre Dame University. She has written Renouncing the World yet Leading the Church: The Monk-Bishop in Late Antiquity.

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