HSEM102 Византия и Югоизточна Европа през Средните векове
• The course aims to give a thorough knowledge of the general and the specific development of Byzantine and Orthodox countries in the Middle Ages
• Utilization of key elements of the state, institutional, religious and cultural model of Byzantium from Southeast Europe.
• Continuity of government institutions and state hierarchy.
• The inclusion of the Balkan countries in the Pax Christiana and perception of the Byzantine state model.
• The creation of a new cultural "communities" within the "Byzantine community."
проф. Цветанка Чолова д-р
Описание на курса:
• Analyze problems, genesis and development of Southeast Europe and their place in European civilization during the Middle Ages, and the influence of Byzantine and political models, political ideology, institutions.
• To form opinions about factors of construction of the medieval world, the continuity of state institutions.
• To critically analyze written sources.
• To know historiography on the subject.
• To distinguish the basic concepts and those of the individual authors and historiographical schools.
No special requirements.
Форми на провеждане:
Език, на който се води курса:
Теми, които се разглеждат в курса:
1. A New Rome: AD 330 (lecture)
2. Christian church organization. Pentarhiya. Alexandria Antioch and Jerusalem church.(lecture)
3. Armenia during the Middle Ages. Armenian Church.(lecture)
4. Georgia and Georgian Patriarchate during the Middle Ages.(lecture)
5. Heresies in the Eastern Churches. Ecumenical Councils – I-VII (Workshop № 1: Presentation of coursework, essays and participating in discussions)
6. State and Church. "Symphony" of Patriarch Photios.(lecture)
7. Political ideology of the Byzantines. "The family of medieval rulers."(lecture)
8. A Code of Law: 527-534. (lecture)
9. Reception of Roman law in the Orthodox countries. Medieval law in the countries of the Orthodox world. (lecture)
10. Bulgarian kingdom in the Middle Ages. (Workshop № 2: Presentation of coursework, essays and participating in discussions).
11. Creation and distribution of cultural typological model in Bulgaria in IX-X century and its spread in the Balkans and Kievian Rus.(Workshop № 2: Presentation of coursework, essays and participating in discussions).
12. Serbia in the Middle Ages.(Workshop № 2: Presentation of coursework, essays and participating in discussions).
13. Wallachian and Moldovan principality in the Middle Ages.(lecture)
14. Balkan culture XIII - XV and its influence on the development of culture of Eastern Europe.(Test. Presentations and participate in discussions).
15. Byzantium after Byzantium. Orthodox Church in the Balkans. XIV-XV century.(lecture)
Литература по темите:
Ahrweiler, H. L’ideologie politique de l’empire byzantin, Paris, 1975.
Angelov, Dimiter. Imperial Ideology and Political Thought in Byzantium, 1204-1330 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007
Attya, A. S. A History of Eastern Christianity. Lnd., 1968
Bolgar, R. Classical tradition in Europe. Lnd. 1967
Browning, R. The Byzantine Empire, London, 1980; CUA Press, 1.10.1992 (Revised Edition)
Byzantium and the classical tradition. Birmingham, 1981
Iorga, Nicolae (1935). Byzance apres Byzance. French edition online by the University of Bucharest
Circovic, S. Istorja srpskog naroda. T. I . Belgrade, 1981
Curta, F. Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 500-1250 (Cambridge Medieval Textbooks). Cambridge University Press 2006
Dagron. G. Emperor and Priest: The Imperial Office in Byzantium. Cambridge University Press, 2003
Ducellier, A. Byzance et le monde orthodoxe. Paris, 1986
Fine, John V. A. The Early Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Sixth to the Late Twelfth Century. University of Michigan Press, 1991
Fine, John V. A. The Late Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest University of Michigan Press, 1994
Folz, R. L'idee d'Empire en Occident du V-e au XIV -e si`ecle. Paris, 1953
Hunger, Herbert. Reich der neuen Mitte. Der christliche Geist der byzantinischen Kultur. Published 1965 by Verlag Styria in Graz, Wien, Koln .
Mango, C. Byzantium. The Empire of New Rome. Lnd., 1980
Obolensky, D. The Byzantine Commonwealth. Lnd. , 1971 ( 1984)
Ostrogorski, G. History of the Byzantine State. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University. Press,1969
Norden. W. Das Papstum und Byzanz. Berlin, 1903 (N. Y. 1959)
Runciman,St.The Medieval Manichee: A Study of the Christian Dualist Heresy. 1982
Runciman,St. The Orthodox churches and the secular state. Auckland University Press, 1971
Runciman,St. The First Bulgarian Empire. 1930. http://www.promacedonia.org/en/sr/
Stephenson, Paul. Byzantium’s Balkan Frontier: A Political Study of the Northern Balkans, 900-1204. Cambridge University Press 2000
Stoyanov, Yuri. The Other God: Dualist Religions from Antiquity to the Cathar Heresy (Yale Nota Bene), 2000)
The Byzantine Theocracy: The Weil Lectures, Cincinatti.Cambridge University Press, 2004
Theotokis G. The Norman Campaigns in the Balkans, 1081-1108 AD. 2014
Treadgold, W. A History of the Byzantine State and Society. Stanford: Stanford Uni- versity Press, 1997. links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0037-6779(199924)58%3A4%3C889%3AAHOTBS%3E2.0.CO%3B2-I
The Glory of Byzantium: Art and Culture of the Middle Byzantine Era, A.D 843-1261 , 1997
Ed. Helen C. Evans,William D. Wixom,Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
The Cambridge Medieval History J. B. Bury. volumes 1-8
The Serbs. Sima Cirkovic. Blackwell Publishing. 2004
Vasiliev, A. A. History of the Byzantine Empire, 324-1453, Том 2
Средства за оценяване:
Coursework 80 % + 10%
Practical assignment (presentation) 10%