- Author:Professor of History and Head of the School of History and Heritage Paul Stephenson
- Publisher:Quercus Publishing; UK ed. edition (August 1, 2011)
- Pages:352 pages
- Subcategory:Leaders & Notable People
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Paul Stephenson's examination of Constantine's enduring legacy on the history of the West and his contribution to the spread of Christianity is a rare book that combines individual biography with cultural and social trends seamlessly
Paul Stephenson's examination of Constantine's enduring legacy on the history of the West and his contribution to the spread of Christianity is a rare book that combines individual biography with cultural and social trends seamlessly. He successfully traces Constantine's life in the context of the broader historical forces at work during his reign and places equal significance on both the individual contributions that Constantine made and social/political circumstances that coincided with them.
Where previous histories have been concerned principally with the medieval history of distinct and . It also examines the changing conception of the frontier in Byzantine thought and literature through the middle Byzantine period.
Where previous histories have been concerned principally with the medieval history of distinct and autonomous Balkan nations, this study regards Byzantine political authority as a unifying factor in the various lands which formed the empire's frontier in the north and west.
Professor of History and Head of the School of History and Heritage Paul Stephenson.
Reader and Head of School. Administrative Staff. Tracy Pritchard Williams. Professor of Archaeology & Heritage. Dr Nikolaos Papadogiannis. Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary History, Postgraduate Taught Lead. Lecturer in History and Archaeology, Pastoral Care Lead History. Professor of Welsh History. Lecturer in Modern History, Director of Teaching and Learning. Dr Euryn Rhys Roberts.
In this book, Paul Stephenson twists together multiple strands to relate the cultural biography of a unique monument. Paul Stephenson has set a new landmark and a new benchmark in writing the history of objects and the writing of history through objects. A Cultural Biography. Onassis Series in Hellenic Culture. He is, however, the first to label his work a cultural biography.
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About Paul Stephenson: Paul Stephenson studies the early and middle Byzantine periods (. Press and Profile Books. Stephenson has taught in the UK, Republic of Paul Stephenson studies the early and middle Byzantine periods (. Before coming to Nijmegen, he was for five years Professor of Medieval History at Durham University, and for six year before that the Rowe Professor of Byzantine History at Dumbarton Oaks and the University of Wisconsin - Madison. In 2011-12 he was Vassiliadis Visiting Professor of History at the University of California, San Diego.
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